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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, September 29, 1961 -- 1 8

AJC Detroit Women
to Hear National
Officer at Workshop

The Detroit Women's Divi-
sion, American Jewish Con-
gress, will hold an all-day
workshop Wednesday at Holi-
day Manor, announces President
Mrs. Dan Shapiro.
Mrs. Naomi Levine, national
director of membership and or-
ganization, will preside.
Registration begins 9:30 a.m.
Problems to be considered in-
clude organization, to be headed
by Mrs. Shapiro; programming,
to be headed by Mrs. Jack Ross
and Mrs. Arnold Frank; mem-
bership, to be led by M r s .
Joseph Greenberg and Mrs. Ar-
nold Kass; and finances, under
Mrs. William Burk and Mrs.
Marshall Brenner.
Guests are in v i t e d to the
afternoon session, which will
hear Mrs. Levine speak on "The
Many Faces of
A J Congress
—An Intimate
View."
Mrs., Levine,
an attorney, is
a member of
the New York
Bar, the Wom-
en's Bar of
NeW York and
the Bar Asso-
ciation of New Mrs. Levine
York City. She has served as
staff counsel for the American
Jewish Congress to the Com-
mission on Law and Social Ac-
tion, as assistant to the program
director, and as director of the
Women's Division.
She has written articles on
"In the Democratic Tradition"
and "The New York Mayor's
Committee --A Study in
Futility."
Box itincheons will be served
by Mrs. Herman Plavnick, hos-
pitality chairman, and her
committee. For luncheon reser-
vations, call Mrs. A. Singer,
UN 2-2516.
The meeting will adjourn at
2:45 p.m., according to Mrs. Sal-
len Lurie, program chairman.

1N1en's Clubs

CONG. BNAI MOSHE MEN'S
CLUB will hold a Simchas
torah dance Saturday evening
in the Harry Rosman Hall of
the synagogue. Dance music will
be provided by Larry Freedman
and his band. Refreshments will
be served and prizes will be fea-
tured. The public is invited.

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Finkelstein-Cullen
Troth Announced

MISS BARBARA
FINKELSTEIN

Dr. Redl, Child Psychiatry Expert, Chase-illangen
to Address Detroit Section, NCJW Engagement Told
Oct. 11; Rabbi Kirschblum to Speak

Dr. Fritz Redl, recently-
elected president of the Amer-
ican Orthopsychiatric Associa-
tion and professor of behavioral
sciences, will be guest speaker
for the opening fall meeting of
the Detroit Section, National
Council of Jewish Women,
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Tem-
ple Israel.
His topic will be "The Chal-
lenge of Our Children."
After six years at Bathesda,
Md., in research for the U.S.
Department of Public Health
and at the Advanced Center
for Study at Stanford Univer-
sity, Redl is once again active
at Wayne State University,
where' he was named professor
of social work in 1941.
Considered by many as the
finest living clinical Worker
with troubled children, Redl is

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Finkel-
stein of Greenview Rd., South-
field, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Barbara
Louise, to David Jonathan Cul- •
len, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel I
G. Cullen of Lowell Ct., Bloom-
field Hills.
Sid Shmarak's
Miss Finkelstein is a senior
in the English Honors Program
at the University of Michigan.
Her fiance attends the Univer
sity of Michigan Medical
Northwest Detroit's newest
School.
The couple plan a June and most modern barber shop,
HI-GENE BARBER SHOP, of-
wedding.
fering complete tonsorial serv-
ice, is now open on the lower
level at 11000 W. McNichols
Bldg., at Meyers. For appoint-
ments, call 864-9747.
* * *
The ELKIN TRAVEL BU-
REAU is presenting its Oct. 8th
Holiday Steam Excursion from
Sept. 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Windsor to London, Ont. with
Leonard Blondy, former DeT. a movie and photo run near
troiters now living in Lansing, picturesque Glencoe. The mod-
a daughter, Sandra Ellen.
est fee includes box lunch, ad-
* *
mission to Story Book Gardens
Sept. 23 — To Mr. and Mrs. and bus transportation to Lon-
Robert A. Levinson (Arlene don. For information, stop in
Helen Angert), 15201 Marlow, at 19437 Livernois or call UN
Oak Park, a daughter, Mindy 4-4464.
Ellen..
.
*
Sept. 21 . — To Mr. and Mrs. City of Hope Will
Raymond Danernan (E I a i n e
Shear), 25421 Scotia, Hunting- Begin Distribution
ton Woods, a_
Gwenn
of Blue Banks Oct. 4
Suzanne.
*
4:
Blue Banks for th
-
Sept. 20 — To Dr: and Mrs. Hope will make
r annual
Philip E. Lachman (Adeline. appearance o
. 4 in the
Alger), 3499 Sutton, Birming- stores of
and suburban
ham, .a Carrie Marg- merchant
aret.
Mem s
the Detroit Can-
* *
. 19 — To R bi and Mrs. cer F' ter Chapter, a chart-
uxili ry or th free,
niel Fogel (Elea r Shur), 23 ered
me 11
Edward, Roslyn.;
ights, Long non tarian,
,4
cili , will di ib
Island, -
n, Kenneth
thr
ghout
the
ar
Davi .
hrough the op: tion of
*
on
'usinessmen
e e able to
o Dr. and Mrs.
sta,!,
this
publi
:ppeal
to h
(Elaine Cohen,
expa
the sery es of th
ty
ew York), 22620
of Ho " says Mrs.
01 d
, a daughter, Greenb
chair.' , 'in this
battle again
ncer, the leu-
*
k
emias,
hereditary
diseases,
Dr. and Mrs.
blood, chest, and oper art
(Barbara Valen-
e Ct., Royal Oak. diseases."
Richard.

Business Briefs

nnouncements

* *

4—To MT. and Mrs.
fa (Alice Green-
11 Kenton, Oak
iter, Denise.
*
0 Mr. and Mrs.
ey (Cindy Grand),
r, Livonia, a son,

remembered for his Pioneer
House in Detroit (1948), a resi-
dential treatment center for
severly-disturbed children. The
project and textbook, which fol- 1
lowed, provided a model for
psychiatry.
The -Detroit Section, NCJW,
will announce details of its
project for emotionally dis-
turbed children at Wednesday's
meeting. Chairmen of the proj-
ect are Mrs. Stanley Akers and
Mrs. Isadore Winkleman. A des-
sert luncheon will be served.

Center 'Art for Young
Collectors Exhibition
and Sale' Oct. 15-17

The Jewish Center will pre-
sent its third annual "Art for
Young Collectors Exhibition
and Sale" 3-10 p.m. Oct. 15 and
1-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. on Oct.
16 and 17.
The Center's main building
will house the exhibit of water-
colors, oils, graphics, drawings,
ceramics, jewelry and sculpture.
The panel of judo-
Detroit artists
fenden, D e t
Arts; David
State Uni
went; an
Jr., Cranb
Departmei
In additi
show, there wi
0
works by
igan a fists who
have be
invited to include
their
- s in the sale.
Th op pricI
ject will be
exc
'on of sc i
pn
ceiling o f
A sts planni
ci-
pate
y o b
tation
forms
sh enter or
any Detr
area • t school.
Contribu g artists will provide,
their o
return shi p'ng ar-
range
ts.
A C ter spoke
"Since
e artist
benefi of wider
his wo
and his nam
uch a
owing, he w
'tv h i s
opp
WO
at not. . cost."

* *
To iVIr. and Mrs. Fred
(Gisele Benifla),
-d, Oak Park, a son,
1.
*
To Dr. and Mrs.
ortnoy (Barbara Ker-
Parklawn, Oak Park,
even Mark.

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Chase
of Rosethary Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, E l a y n e, to
Robert A. Mangen, a student
at the Walsh Ins t t e of
Accounting. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mangen of
Monterey Ave. -
The couple plan. to be wed
April 29 at Cong. S h a a r e
Zedek.

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