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May 26, 1961 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-26

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Annual Institute Cabeer Brewery Being Assembled
for High School in Record Time at Bat Yam, Israel
Seniors June 18

The seventh annual Institute
for Jewish High School Seniors,
organized by the Jewish Com-
munity Council, will be held
June 18, it was announced by
Harry Kobel, Institute chair-
man.
This program will provide
seniors at Oak Park, Cass, Ford,
Southfield, Birmingham, Royal
Oak and Mumford High Schools
with an opportunity to obtain
information on Jewish commu-
nal organizations and their re-
sources that may be helpful in
furthering their plans for the
future. •
Kobel pointed out that the
Institute was initiated seven
years ago to help provide sen-
iors with an orientation to the
Jewish community and its serv-
ices.
This year's Institute will, for
the first time, be open to
eleventh graders so that they
too may benefit by attending
this once-a-year program.
A students' co-ordinating com-
mittee representing all the high
schools is in the process of
formation.
Cooperating youth-serving or-
ganizations include: Bnai Brith
Youth Organization, United Syn-
gogue Youth, Young Israel
Metropolitan Youth Council,
National Federation of Temple
Youth Detroit chapters and
Zionist youth movements.

David Kaufman Runs
for Con-Con Delegate

Complete reapportionment of
the State legislature on a popu-
lation basis is among the stands
taken by David Kaufman, 28,
attorney, who is running for
Constitutional Convention dele-
gate for the fourth representa-
tive district, in Oakland County.
Kaufman, a Democrat, is a
partner in the firm of Sdhmier
and Schmier and was a prior
candidate for Oakland County
probate judge in the 1960 pri-
maries.
He received his BA and LLB
degrees from the University of
Michigan and is a member of
the local, state and national bar
associations. Kaufman lives at
29550 Everett, Southfield, with
his. wife Daone an o sons,
Michael Scott a
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Mumford Begins
Hebrew in Fall

eery

The Directors' Council of the
Jewish Religious Schools an-
On the Mir nounces courses in modern
Hebrew, elementary and inter-
This Week's Radio and
mediate, will be offered as an
Television Programs
integral part of the Mumford
of Jewish Interest
High School curriculum begin-
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
ning in September.
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Mumford is the first Detroit
Station: WCAR.
high school to offer modern
Feature: "Life and Books in Hebrew on a regular modern
Israel" will be discussed by language basis with full aca-
Moshe Shamir, Israeli novelist, demic credit.
poet and playwright, author of
"King of Flesh and Blood," `Exodus' Officer Guest
recently published in English,
and "He Walked in the Fields." Speaker at Arlazaroff
Interviewer will be Dr. Max Party Honoring Israel
Kapustin, director of the Bnai
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cottler
Brith fI i 11 e 1 Foundation at
will host a party 8:30 p •m.
Wayne State University.
Wednesday, on behalf of Arlaz-
* * *
aroff Branch No. 137 of Far-
. . . TO DWELL TOGETHER band, at the Hayim Greenberg
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Center.
Station: WJBK-TV, Channel
The event, in advance of the
2.
Israel Bar Mitzvah celebration
Feature: "Service of Rededi- of the Labor Zionist Movement
cation," a special telecast in and the independent societies,
celebration of the centenary of will feature as main speaker,
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, will in- Harry Weinsaft, a survivor of
clude Rabbis Morris Adler and Dachau concentration camp and
Irwin Groner and Cantors Jacob former first officer of the immi-
Sonenklar and Reui7en Frankel, grant ship Exodus. Refresh-
all of Cong. Shaarey Ze
ments will be served.
* * *
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Time: 10 p . Sa urday.
Station:
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DISCUSSING THE OPENING of operations of the Cabeer
Brewery in Bat Yam, Israel, slated for Oct. 3, are (from left)
Yeheskiel Dagan, general manager of the company; Mayor Ben
Ari of Bat Yam; and Pinchas Sapir, Israel's minister of trade
and industry. The mechanical plant now being organized in
Bat Yam was dismantled in Detroit eight months ago, after pur-
chase from a local brewing company, and shipped - over 6,000
miles to its new owners in Israel. Bat Yam, which had a popula-
tion of some 3,000 eight years ago, now has more than 40,000
residents.

Hadassah Plans
Two Luncheons

Mrs. William Wetsman, vice-
president of membership, an-
nounces Detroit Chapter of Ha-
dassah will climax its current
membership, campaign with a
petite luncheon and musicale
12:30 p.m., June 6 at Hadassah
House.
Featured entertainers will be
Mrs. Arthur W. Monson, mezzo
soprano, Mrs. Nathan Rosen-
feld, violinist, and Mrs. Dan
Frohman, accompanist.
Many prizes will be awarded.
Mrs. Wetsman advises that
all new members and their
sponsors are invited.
* * *
Mrs. George M. Rubin, chap-
ter vice-president of education,
announces the annual Study
Group Luncheon will be held
12:30 p.m. June 14 at Larco's
Inn, '7525 McNichols.
Reservataions are being tak-
en by the Hadassah office, BR,
3-5541, Dorothy Albert, UN. 2-
3157, and Pearl Keyn, UN.
4-2723.

Cong. Beth Shalom
Holds 4th Annual
Picnic-Carnival

The fourth annual "Fun and
Fund raising Family Picnic-Car-
nival" will be sponsored by the
arent Teachers Organization
f Cong. Beth Shalom 11:30
.m. Sunday.
The affair, which is open to
e public, will be held on the
ynagogue grounds at 14601 W.
incoln, Oak Park.
Mrs. Seymour Salinger, chair-
man of the event, announced
that there will be activities
avail-able for all age groups.
Booths will be set up for food
sale and carnival type games
with prizes. There will be make-
up artists who will create
humorous faces for the chil-
dren, and a "spook house" run
by the teachers. • •
Pony and burro cart rides
are planned as well as games
and relays scheduled for each
age group during the day.
Members of the committee
include Anita Gray, teacher co-
ordinator, and Mesdames Milton
Brand, Bernard Cassels, Harold
Garmel, Jack Kaufman, Herbert
Kollin, Ervin Robinson and Ber-
nard Victor.
Parents of the Sunday School
children will 'help man the
booths and direct the activities.
The proceeds from the day will
be used to buy visual aides for
the school.-

From Fruit Farm
to Resort—Fidelman's
Mark 50 Years

Fidelman's Resort, just outside
South Haven, Michigan, will cele-
brate its 50th anniversary June
16-18.
In the same family from the
start, the resort was originally a
fruit farm that began to attract
relatives and friends for week-
ends.. Mom Fidelman, now 81,
was cook; Pop Fidelman, who
passed away last June, grew the
vegetables and fruits, and the
Fidelman youngsters, Irifing (win-
ner of the Chicagoland Music
Festival in 1930), Hy and Rose
(South Haven Blossom Queen of
1929) helped in the dining room
and office, and entertained.
Today, the place is operated
by sons Irving and Hyman.
Located on 80 wooded acres,
Fidelman's features luxurious ac-
commodations for 250 guests,
swimming pool, tennis and shuf-
fleboard courts, dancing to its
own orchestra, top talent floor
shows.
While the 50th anniversary
plans are not complete r it was
announced that some of Amer-
ica's most famous entertainers
and movie makers — long time
guests at the resort—will be on
hand to help mark the occasion.

Surinam Issues Stamp
Honoring Synago e;
Story in Juda .

The country
Dutch Guiana
of postage
its historic
the Neve
• An arti
very first
agogue to
can be fo
tion of the
pub-
nal of phi
lished in De
itor Eli
Grad.
The stamp recalls the history
of the oldest permanent Jewish
settlement in the Western Hem-
isphere, and is recorded in the
Journal's cover story writt
Philip A. Samson of
ibo, Surinam.
in the
Another major
publication isd "The
elangelo,"
Prophets by
•• d Alter of
written by
Toronto, Ont t deals with th
new Michel :elo definitives
cently rele ed by the
istration.
Postal Ad
The ser
of sta
Isa h,
the artist' 'rophet
Daniel, Z hariah,
h, Jere-
nd Eve.
miah, Ez •el, Ada
on th
The vigne' -s appea
om
stamps we taken
by
"Creation"
e ceil-
Michelangelo a •
ing of the Vatican's Sistine
Chapel.

ALEXANDER F. MILLER,
national community director for
the Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith, served on the staff
of the seventh annual national
Books have led some to
Institute on Police-Community
Relations at Michigan State learning and others to madne'ss
University in East Lansing, for when they swallow more than
they can digest. —Petrarch.
the week of May 21-26.

Dave Diamond

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Music Festi
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by Marguerite Kozenn Chajes.

Aid Society Banquet

Berdichev-Keshenev Aid Soci-
ety will celebrate its 33rd anni-
versary with a banquet and music
ogram Sunday at the Sholem
eichem Institute.

Eric Rosenow

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