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May 26, 1961 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-26

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Women Leaders
Form League at
Receiving Hospital

Bnai David Men'S Club to Present
Hanna Ahroni in `Night of Stars'

Israeli vocalist Hanna Ahroni Club 9 p.m. June 17 at Ford
After 37 years, the 700-bed will be featured in the "1961 Auditorium.



MAPPING PLANS for the City of Hope fund-raising drive
are leaders (from left) Mesdames Emanuel Schwartz, door-to-
door chairman; Morris Moss, fund-raising vice president; Abe
Eizelman, president; and Nathan Cohen, "Tag Day" chairman.
* *
Bringing their current cam- Luckoff's Firm Elects
paign to a climax, enthusiastic Goldfarb Vice President,
City of Hope volunteers will
march on June I in a door-to-door A. E. Luckoff, Secretary
drive for funds to help support
Robert Goldfarb has been
the work of the free, non-sec- elected vice president and Alan
tarian, pilot medical center.
E. Luckoff secretary of Luckoff
City of Hope provides a spe- & Wayburn, Inc., 33-year-old De-
cialized program of free patient troit advertising agency.
care, research and education.
Goldfarb succeeds Leon S.
Finale for the local fund effort Wayburn who has severed his
will be a "Tag Day" in the down- connection with the organiza-
.
town area. Volunteer workers are
asked to contact door - to - door
chairman Mrs. Emanuel Schwartz,
UN 3-6774, and "Tag Day" chair-
man Mrs. Nathan Cohen, UN
2-4647.

Beth Aaron School Opens
Fall Term Registration

The offices of Beth Aaron
Religious School will be open
Sunday mornings to accommo-
date p a r en t s who wish to
register their children for the
next school year, advises Ber-
nard Panush, school director.
The school will run two morn-
ing sessions each Sunday start-
ing Sept. 17, with classes
ranging from kindergarten
through the tenth grade.
Pupils from the fifth grade
and older will attend Hebrew
classes twice weekly, and those
from the seventh g r a and
older will atten
youth sery
ings. P
tenth
inte
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R e c e i v in g Hospital, which Night of Stars" to be presented
serves nearly 23,000 patients by the Cong. Bnai David Men's
annually, n o w has organized
volunteer assistance.
Mrs. Charles Feldman is re-
sponsible for the establishment
of the inter-racial, inter-
denominational Service League.
. Mrs. Feldman and Dr. Ralph
Piper, hospital medical super-
intendent, saidletters of appeal
brought volunteers from the
Urban League, League of Cath-
olic Women, National Council
of Jewish Women, United
Church Women, Junior League
and other organizations in the
community.
By-laws were drawn up and
officers elected to guide the
volunteers in their new jobs.
Mrs. Feldman

was voted
president,
Mrs. Oscar
Zemon who
helped organ-
t h e League,
vice-president;
M r s. Russell
Peebles, Mrs.
Louis Shiovitz,
cretaries;
Mrs. Zemon and Mrs. Wil-
liam' Wert z, treasurer. Mrs.
Julian Krolik and Mrs. Hy C.
B r o d e r are advisors to the
Service League.
Anna Oxenhandler is alter-
nate day chairman
manager. Mrs. Jo •
app, Jr.,
works in pe
. Morris
Brown
charge of hours
and
ards and Mrs. Donald
is art chairman.
Even before the League wa
formed th
ati
Jewish W
the lo
depar
r-
ship o esdames Sta
kers,
Murray Sachs a •
ctor Shiff-
Goldfarb
A. Luc
man.
tion, according to Louis
nteer
Luckoff, president and treas-
r the L
may ca any
urer, who founded the firm in of the
1928.
Goldfarb joined Luckoff
skovitz' Coins Win
Wayburn in 1951 and has
op H
served as general manage
• ndi
since 1958.
Irving
Alan E. Luckoff is an acco
Dr. wo
ors
executive and director of ra o with h
ion of
and television for the agen
gold and
coins last
He is past president of t
weeken
third annu
Junior Division of the Allie
Jewish Campaign, is a member Numismati
oci
of the United Hebrew Schools Evansvi
nd.
oard of directors and serves
A p
bing contractor,
the health and welfare ried
d the father of
dget and planning division chip ` n,
the Jewish Welfare se • d a
deration.
by r. C.
Evansv
an
Scie
o Raise $100,000
col
ion is
orld-
for Sholem Aleichem famo

HANNA AHRONI

Other entertainers to high-
light the event, according to
Jack Leiberman, chairman, in-
clude Jack Hilliard. the Bob
De Voye dance trio, the comedy
team of Ford
- nolds and
Max L .
is Ore 1
s Ahroni, who possess
nge of four
fluently in e .
anguages.
stage, television and recordin
artist
ared in th
world's
a spe
cial
f nance fo
the
r Meth o
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NEW YORK, (JTA) — A
museum and cultural center
honoring the Yiddish "M a r k
Twain," Sholem Aleichem, will
be established in Tel Aviv in
commemoration of the centen--
nial of the birth of the great
humorist and classical writer.
The project was announced at
a public meeting at Hotel Wood-
stock sponsored by the National
Committee for Labor Israel in
conjunction with the Farband
Labor Zionist Order and a
group of Jewish intellectuals,
journalists and readers of the
works of Sholem Aleichem.
A fund of $100,000 will be
raised to establish the museum.
The Sholem Aleichem
Museum and Cultural Center
will be erected on a plot of
ground donated by the munic-
ipality of Tel Aviv. It will house
the manuscripts, letters, per-
sonal objects, and other ma-
terials related to the life and
creations of the master-writer
of the Yiddish literary field.
The center will have research
f a c i l i t i e s for writers and
historians.

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19771 MONTE VISTA

Bernard Friedman
DI 1-8227

29 -- THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, May 26, 196X

City of Hope Campaign Includes
Door-to-Door March, `Tag Day'

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