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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 22, 1961 --

MUIIIFORD
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Michigan Receives 5 Outstanding Rabbi Sternstein Parliamentary
Honors at BBYO World Convention Succeeds Fisher Bloc Formed in
as JNF Director Israel's Knesset

Authoritative sources in New
York revealed this week that
Dr. Joseph P. Sternstein, rabbi
of Beth Abraham Synagogue
Center of Dayton, 0., will suc-
ceed Mendel N. Fisher as execu-
tive director of the Jewish
National Fund of America.
Rabbi Sternstein, it is stated,
is scheduled to assume his new
post on Jan. 1.

I

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S

By SIM SHAPIRO

A new principal, Miss Helen
Delbridge, heads the list of
personnel changes at Mumford.
A former assistant principal at
Cooley, Miss Delbridge replaces
Col. C. E. Frazer Clark, who
served as head of the adminis-
tration for the school's first 12
years.
Mumford's new exchange stu-
dent is Beverly Wood, f r o m
Port Perry, Australia. She is
staying at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Phillip Marcuse of Ren-
frew Ave.
Student Council greets the
freshman class today with the
Freshmen Orientation Assem-
bly, designed to introduce the
various activities available to
the newcomers.
The week of Oct. 9-13 has
been tentatively designated
"M" Week by the Social Com-
mittee of Student Council. The
week will feature a football
game, pep rally, color day,
sweatshirt day, and the sale of
shakers, pins, and new manu-
scripts and book covers.
The Drama Club, under the
direction of E a r 1 Matthews,
English instructor, has chosen
for production, Dec. 7-8, "My
Three Angels."
Mercury Subscriptions a n d
Ca-pri copies went on sale last
week. The Mercury, Mumford's
all-America paper, will print
five issues.
As this is IVIumford's 13th
year, the Capri yearbook will
f eat u r e superstition as its
theme.
Mumford's football squads
opens its season today against
Southeastern at IVIack Park.
Facing a rebuilding program,
the team outplayed both
Southwestern and Ford in a
scrimmage last Saturday.

Nathan Straus Dies ;
N.Y. Jewish Leader

Left to right: Cheryl Schwartz, Avrom Surath and Judy 'Willman.

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—A parliamentary
bloc in Israel's new Knesset
was formed here Tuesday by
the Mapai Party, the ultra-
orthodox Poale Agudah Labor
faction and four pro-Mapai Arab
members of the Knesset, it was
announced by Mapai leaders.
The announcement was made
by Finance Minister Levi
Eshkol, Mapai political leader
Yosef Alargi, and Shimon Peres,
deputy defense minister, who
reported formation of the bloc
to Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion. The newly formed bloc
has a total of 48 seats in the
Knesset, as against an aggregate
of 46 seats held by the "Club
of Four" parties—the Liberals,
Mapai, National Religious Party
and Acdhut Avodah.
. Optimism in regard to forma-
tion of the new government by
Eshkol was expressed in some
Mapai circles after formation
of this bloc. Until now, some
' Mapai quarters were gloomy
concerning Eshkol's chances for
building a new coalition govern-
ment.
However, representatives of
the "Club of Four" parties indi-
sated they believed it is still
too early for Mapai optimism.
They insisted on pointing out
that, • even with the new bloc
acting in concert, Mapai will

NEW YORK, (JTA)---Nathan
Straus, noted Jewish leader and
philanthropist, died suddenly
while on a trip to eastern Long
Island to in-
spect some of
the property
he owned. He
was 72. Fu-
neral services -
were held in
White Plains,
N. Y.
Born in New
York, he spent
his life crusad-
ing for slum
clearance and
civil rights.
He was admin-
istrator 'of the
United States
Housing Au-
thority under
President Nathan _Straus
Franklin D. Roosevelt. At one
still lack a majority in the
Knesset.
,time he was a national vice-
They insist on some legal
chairman of the United Jewish modifications, limiting the pow-
Appeal and director of the ers of Mapai, although it is
Palestine Economic Corpora- the leading party in the -num-
tion. He had been a member b er of members' of parliament.
of the New York State Senate. All negotiations for the forma-
He was chairman of radio sta-- tion of the new government
tion WMCA in New York at were suspended Tuesday and
the time of his death.
will be resumed after Yom
Kippur.

posed of chapters in the out-
state Michigan and Windsor
areas. In addition to his inter-
national duties, Avrom is the
vice president of District 6
BBYO, which is composed of
the states of Michigan, •inne-
sota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa,
Nebraska, North Dakota, South
Dakota and the Canadian prov-
inces of Alberta, Manitoba and
Saskatchewan.
Cheryl Schwartz of Detroit
was declared the International
BBG oratory winner. Cheryl
originally competed in the Re-
gional runoffs in Detroit last
December and went on to the
District finals in Wisconsin in
June. Cheryl is presently the
second vice president of the
Greater Detroit BBG Council.
The outstanding AZA news-
Home for Asthmatic
paper and the outstanding BBG
Children at Denver
newspaper in the Organization
were published in Detroit. The
Adopts New Name
The Jewish Home for Asthmat- newspapers published by Bran-
ic C h i 1 d-r e n at Denver has deis AZA and Glazer BBG were
changed its name to Children's judged to be the finest BBYO
newspapers in the country.
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital, it was announced by
Mrs. Ben Stone, president of the
OP Citizens Committee
Detroit Council of Presidents,
after her return from the insti-
Lists Meeting Topics
tution's 54th annual convention
The Citizens Advisory Com-
Four Sams neighborhood mittee of the Oak Park Board
in Denver.
Known from its founding date stores were sold to Federal of Education has announced its
in 1907 as the National Home Department stores this week. schedule of presentations , for
for Jewish Children, the institu-
The announcement was made the new school year.
The quarterly medical staff
tion changed its name to the Tuesday by Max Osnos and
All meetings are open to the
Jewish National Home for Asth- Joseph Davidson, presidents of public and are held at 8 p.m. meeting of Sinai Hospital will
Sams and Federal. Their re- in the multi-purpose room at be held Tuesday, at the hos-
matic Children in 1954.
The Denver center is repre- spective attorneys are Morris the Key School, 23400 Jerome. pital. '-
The programs are: Sept. 25,
In addition to current prob-
sented locally by three chapters: Garvett and Avern Cohn.
Mrs. Annette Dunton Is The Detroit League, Mrs. Sidney -At the same time Osnos an- Experimental mathematics pro- lems a n d announcements, a
WallacA', president; Northwest nounced that he had acquired grams in Oak Park Schools; feature of the meeting will be
Named Elsea Real
Detroit Chapter, Mrs. Irving Me- the stock in Sams held by his Oct. 23, Report on the mental a presentation by the S t a te
Estate Director
dow, president and the Detroit brothers. Herman and Bernard. health study project findings Division of Vocational Rehabili-
Annette Dunton has been Junior Chapter, Mrs. Robert
in Oak Park; Nov. 27, Adult tation on "Disability Deter-
appointed director of sales for Steinberg, president.
Education in Oak Palk; Jan. 22, mination- Examinations." -
Aesculapians
Name
_ commercial and industrial prop-
Teaching science in the Oak
All members of the medical
Maintained by voluntary con-
commercial tributions, the institution is a Chairmen for Dance
Park schools; Feb. 26, Airborne c o m in unity are invited to
Mrs. Harry Katzman and Meyer television—How did it work?; attend.
and industrial free and non-sectarian local
properties i n medical resource for the sever- Goldstein have been named pro- March 26, Visit to Oak Park
The first Jewish school to be
High School language labora-
the northwest est asthmatics, ages six through gram chairmen for the joint an- tory; April 23, Teaching ma- built by JDC in Greece since
nual dinner-dance of the Aescu-
15.
office of Elsea
lapian Pharmaceutical Society, to chines—What are they? Do they World War II was dedicated in
Realty Co.
September.
be held Nov. 8 at the Latin work?
Mrs. Dunton Oak Park Baptists'
Quarter.
has been asso- `Jewish Neighbor Night'
In charge of the book com-
ciated with
mittee for fund raising are Mrs.
to
Be
Held
Wednesday
BY HENRY LEONARD 1
the firm for
Dr. Harold P. Warren, pastor Michael Wainer, chairman, and
two years.
i.
Mrs. Sam Kaplan for the women,
Mrs. Dunton H e r experi- of the First Baptist Church, and Harold Ellias, chairman, and
ence includes eight years in the 24201 Coolidge, Oak Park, and Harry Katzman for the men. All
construction and new home members of his congregation proceeds are donated to charity.
field, and 15 years operating have extended an invitation to
her own brokerage firm. She all Jewish residents of that city
has been a member of the De- I to attend the church's special Nazi Emblems Banned
troit Real Estate Board since "Jewish Neighbor Night," 7:30 in Mexico City Order
p.m. Wednesday:
1944.
MEXICO CITY, (JTA)—The
The service will feature Jew- sale and distribution of flags and
Mrs. Dunton will also spe-
ish
liturgical
music
and

food.
cialize in vacant land for the
banners bearing the swastika
Elsea company, 17301 W. Cantor Louis Klein, of Cong. and other Nazi emblems, has been
Bnai
Moshe,
Oak
Park,
will
be
McNichols.
banned here by a decree issued
the guest soloist. The syna-
by Ernesto P. Uruchurtu, head
Men's Choir will also
of the municipal government.
Yeshiva Dean to Speak gogue's
sing.
The ban on the distribution of
at Institute Banquets
The Sholem Aleichem Insti- Dudaim Singers Return Nazi insignia, which anticipated
an increase in the sale of such I
tute will hold its annual banquets
emblems in preparation for inde-
for
Cafe
Galerie
Date
on Oct. 14 and 15.
The Dudaim, Israeli folk pendence celebrations, followed
Guest speaker, Dr. Joshua
Fishman, will deliver a lecture at singers, returned last Wednes- the publication of an editorial
the Saturday banquet on "The day to the Cafe Galerie, 19940 in the influential daily Diario de
Emerging Picture of Modern Livernois, after a national tour la Tarde, which expressed dis-
American Jewry." At the Sunday of universities, clubs and con- tress and astonishment at the
fact- that the government was
affair, Fishman will discuss little certs.
The two young Israelis sing permitting the distribution of
known facts about Jewish educa-
songs in Hebrew, Greek, Rus- insignia of a regime which had
243
tion.
Fishman, a social psychologist sian, Spanish, French and Eng- been at war with Mexico and
which was "mankind's greatest.
with a background in teaching lish.
"Look, Irving, the natives keep Succoth!"
There are three shows enemy."
and research, is dean of Yeshiva
nightly,
except
Monday
and
Copr. 1960, Dayenu Productions
University's Graduate School of
Want ads bring fast results!
four on weekends.
Education.

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Michigan received five out-
standing honors at the recent
International AZA and BBG
Conventions of the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization.
Judy Millman of Detroit was
elected International BBG vice
president, the second highest
office in the country. Judy is a
past president of Glazer BBG,
and in addition to her inter-
national d u t i e s, is currently
president of the Greater De-
troit BBG Council.
Avrom Sur a t h of Midland
was elected Grand Aleph Mizkir
(International AZA Secretary),
the third highest office in the
country. Avrom is the past
president of the Great Lakes
BBYO Council, which is corn-

Four Sams Stores
Sold to Federal

Sinai Hospital's
Medical Staff
Meets Tuesday

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