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September 15, 1961 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-15

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Lloyd Meeker, assistant to the
dean of admissions at Brandeis
University, will be guest speaker
at the opening
f a 11 meeting
of the Detroit
Chapter, Br
r
d e is
ational
sit y
W en's Corn-
ttee, 12:30
.m. Sep '7
t T e
Emanu-
Back
Row:
Irvin
H.
Steinberg,
Keidan;
Richard
Presidents of the 27 chapters and Council of
nounc
the Bnai Brith Women's Council of Metropolitan Karson, Tucker; Byron Lloyd, Oak Woods;
Ann
ent
Manuel
Katzman,
Stone;
Harold
Gaynor,
Cen-
Detroit gathered for this group picture. They are
acker
tennial;
Sol
Begel,
Gershwin;
Harry
Aronovitz,
(from left) Mesdames Morris Lieberman, Mor-
ollege
genthau; Abe Sampson, Tikvah; Anzel Gun, Detroit; James Kraft, Brandeis; Albert Stone, Admiss
oday— Quality,
Fox;
Joseph
Dorfman,
Israel;
Sol
Bromberg,
Einstein; Sol Steinberg, Pisgah; David Freedman,
, Quotas."
Qua
Marshall; Arnold Michlin, Suburban; Leon Drey- Downtown. Not shown in picture are Mrs. Sol
charge,
Robins,
East
Side;
Mrs.
Bertha
Sherman,
Herr!;
linger, Council; Henry Edelman, Tandler; Morton
ram are
Lewis, Dov Frenkel; Norville Rappaport, Bloch; Mrs. Edwin Adelman, Livonia; Miss Shirley Boyd, p nson, v
Gertrude Steingold, Business and Professional; Rex; Mrs. Louis Richman, Zager.
Erne
e
H itali
Brisk-
eve
:c• Ecker. A
m
sert luncheon will be served
Mrs. Kobacker as de t
t-
ollowing corn •
Israel Program, Mrs. Allan LaBan ments f Tre
e a
The following women will head nel; Irving Isaacs, guide; and
Jewish Affairs, Mrs. Alex Mann,
Mrs. Hyman Fox.
Mesdam e
the Bnai Brith Women's. Council Maynard Kalef, historian.
Jewish Community Council Dele-
Mrs. Dreylinger has chosen the gate,
ell Josp a
of Metropolitan Detroit:
Mrs. Alfred E. Lakin.
Laws, Mrs. David Grosberg.
k, "
Mesdames Leon Dreylinger, following women as Council
Master File, Mrs. Henry Klegon.
9);" Jerry

president; Charles Galinsky, chairmen:
Memograph, Mrs. Dora Freeman.
.•Anti-Defamation L e a g u e, Mrs.
Membership, Mrs. David Levine,
Se,

arnett
and
Alan
Harry Bodzin, Jack Sayles, Alan • Jack
Sayles, Miss Elsie Rodd, Mrs. Mrs. Alex Sherr.
chwartz, Book Fund Con ri-
Nathan, vice presidents; Sidney Herman Kyff, Mrs. Isaac Benaim.
Membership Retention, Mrs.
Bnai Brith Youth Organization, Stein; Mrs. Maynard Kelef.
butions; Samu
Eidelman, counselor; David Le- Mrs.
Nominating, Mrs. Sidney Eid
Sanford Rosenthal.
Felix
er, e
vine, treasurer; Allan Laban, Al Blood Bank, Mrs. Allen Weitz- m an.
Mrs. Jack Krastof, Mrs. Ben
Henry Monsky and 4 Freed
van
to
named en
Stein, Fred Weinstein, secre- man,
Dorf, Mrs. Isidor Sklar, Mrs. Stan- Library, Philantrophies and
cards;
Scholnick • o
utes-, Mrs. Sanford Baron.
taries; Arthur Weisberg, send- ley Yates.
Northville, Mrs. Jack Friedm
Bowling, Mrs. David Halem.
Mahler, an-
Myron Unger,
Pontiac Hospital, Mrs. I r v
Budget, Mrs. Phillip Edelheit.
ip; Harry
nual me
Cancer Clinic Service, Mrs. Gor- Smith.

prepared by Sam H u n t e r.
Women interested in joining a
study group may call any of the
above study group chairmen.

There are 39 covered bridges
renovated) i n Parke County,

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Bnai Brith Women of Metropolitan Detroit Announce
Council, Chapter Leaders for Coming Year's Events

Israeli Folksingers
Return •to Cafe Galerie

don Fruitman, Mrs. Lewis Bardos.
Civil D e f e n s e and U.S. Bonds,
Mrs. Joseph Halberg.
Community Service, Mrs. Harry
Bodzin, Mrs. Albert Lee.
Date Clearance, 'Mrs. Herman
Auster.
Dolls for Democracy, Mrs. Morris
Pleason.
Fund Raising, Mrs. Alan Nathan.
Hillel, Mrs. Fred Weinstein.

Program, Mrs. Charles Galinsk
Publicity for Council, Mrs. Ber-
nard Goodman.
Publicity for Chapters, Mrs. Al-
bert Heller.
Sunshine, Mrs. Sidney Levine.
U.S.O., Mrs. Bernard Daniels.
Veterans, Mrs. Jack Hornfield,
Mrs. Joseph Radkin.
Ways and Means, Mrs. Henry
Schore.

Jewish Center Holds Registration
for More Than 300 Fall Activities

BEN and ADAM

Israeli folksingers Ben and
Adam, "The Dudaim," will re-
turn to Cafe Galerie, 19940 tiy-
ernois, for a two-week engage-
ment beginning Wednesday.
The duo has been on a nation-
wide tour of club and university
performances. Ben and Adam
sing in Spanish, French, Greek,
Russian, English and Hebrew.
They • won plaudits for their
eight-month concert tour of Eu-
rope, also.
The singing team has recorded
for Electra and Columbia. For
information, call Tzvi Wachtel,
owner of Cafe Galerie, UN
24455.

vegetable Chop Suey
Made With Mar-Pare

Mar-Pary Margarine, contain-
ing no animal or milk fat, is
kosher for making dishes varying
from beefburgers to barbecue
sauce, stuffed fish and potatoes
and baked desserts. Following is
one of Mar-Parv's special recipes:
Vegetable Chop Suey

4 tbsp. MAR-PARV Margarine
1 green pepper
1 Spanish onion or
2 large onions
small head cauliflower
or 2 cups cabbage
3 cups celery
1 cup string beans
1 cup peas
1 cup boiling water
3 tsp. salt
1 tsp. pepper
% cup parsley sprigs
Peel onion. Separate cauliflower
into flowerets. Shred or slice green
pepper, onion, cauliflower or cab-
bage, celery and string beans. Cook
all vegetables together, except par-
sley, in boiling salted water for 15
minutes, or until tender. Add MAR-
PARV Margarine. Turn into serving
dish and sprinkle with parsley.
Yields 6 servings.

Want ads bring fast results!

The Jewish Center has issued
a new catalogue of over 300
classes, clubs and activities, in-
cluding many which are being
offered for the first time this
fall.
Among the new programs in
the Adult Division are classes
and seminars in Jewish studies
which explore significant areas
of the Jewish past as well as
current Jewish problems.
Several of the new courses
are being offered in cooperation
with the Wayne State-Univer-
sity of Michigan Division of
Adult Education. These include
i "Ideas That Have Changed Man-
kind," "Dramatic Appreciation
and Criticism," "Folk Music of
the World."
Mothers of pre-schoolers may
participate in some of these
classes while their children are
attending the Center nursery,
playgroup or kindergarten gym.
Parents interested in discussing
important aspects • of parent-
child behavior will be interested
in the new course, "Psychology
for Parents" conducted by the
Center's professional staff.
Art courses in painting, draw-
ing, sculpture and ceramics for
both beginning and advanced
students are being offered with

3rit/i
. Activities

CENTENNIAL CHAPTER an-
nounces new bowlers are being
accepted for the Thursday night
league which meets 9:15 p.m. at
Melody Lanes, Southfield at Ten
Mile roads. For information, call
Lue Maggin, KE 4-662,5, or
Aileen Allen, KE 5-4690.
* * *
PISGAH LODGE will begin
the new season 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Hayim Greenberg
Center. Refreshments and a so-
cial hour will follow the
meeting•

such well-known instructors as
Sam Pucci, Jay Holland, Betty
Conn, Gerald Tennenbaum and
David Rohn. A new experi-
mental art club is also being in-
troduced.
Dance enthusiasts may c I
from a variety of cou
rang-
ancing to
ing,from Israeli
free style jazz.
er are courses
and clubs fo amera bugs, thea-
tre fans,
sic buffs and many
other hob and interest groups
at all ag evels.
The hildren's, yout
older
It divisions hav
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THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Sep tember 15, 1961 — 18

Brandeis Admissions Official Will
Address Local Women's Chapter

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Ravitz
oinated;
rn
Four Jews Elected
Con-Con Delegates

Mel Ravitz was nominated on
Tuesday to be a candidate for
the Common Council. Nine are
to be elected in November out
of the slate of 18 who were
nominated at the Primaries.
Jack Faxon, Samuel B. Os-
trow, Melvin Nord and Harold
Norris were elected delegates
to the Con-Con convention.
In Wayne County, there were
7,590 voters who voted by ab-
sentee ballots due to Rosh Ha-
shanah. There were less than
1,000 voters by absentee ballots
in Oakland County.
Committee chairmen for the
Mel Ravitz for Common Council
Committee, named this week
include, Sol Kurtzman, Ted
Sachs, Miss Frieda Gorrecht,
Dr. Abraham C i t r o n, Jack
Faxon, Miss Barbara Simmons.
The office staff is under the
direction of Mrs. Jackie Feigen-
son, Eugene Konstant is press
secretary. Joseph Schore directs
material distribution.

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