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January 12, 1962 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-12

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activities in Society

A group of friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Haiman of Pinehurst Ave. in celebration of their 25th
wedding anniversary on Jan. 6. Present were Mr. and Mrs.
Siegfried Cahn, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dreyfuss, Eddy Herz, Mr.
and Mrs. Kurt Hertz, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Herz, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Kasstan, Leonard Kasstan, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Kaufman,
Mr. and Mrs. Manfred Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Medwed, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Mosbach, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Okrent, Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Seelig, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shmarak, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Strassburger and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Westheimer.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Stollman of Burton Rd., Oak Park, Phillip
Stollman of Wildwood Ave., Oak Park, and Rabbi Samuel H.
Prero, spiritual leader of Young Israel of Northwest Detroit
and executive director of the American Committee for Bar-Ilan
University, Inc., were among the passengers who sailed recently
aboard the MS Victoria from New York on a 10-day Carribbean
cruise sponsored by the American Committee for Bar Ilan
University.
Cantor and. Mrs. H. J. Blank have moved from their Detroit
residence to 18334 Irving, Livonia.

Area Parent-Teacher Associations
Make Plans for Special Activities

Six area parent-teacher asso-
ciations have announced plans
for special events to take place
in the corning weeks.
BETH YEHUDAH SCHOOLS
The Beth Yehudah Schools
PTA will hold its Mid-Terms
Parent-Teacher Conference and
Membership Get-Together 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the main
building. Refreshments will be
served by the membership com-
mittee, headed by Mrs. Louis
Cohen and Mrs. David Bakst.
The annual PTA Movie Night
will be held 7 p.m., Jan. 23 at
the Varsity Theater, according
to Mrs. Rose Baum, fund-raising
chairman. Featured will be "Me
And The Colonel," starring
Danny Kaye, and "Please Don't
Eat the Daisies," with Doris
Day and David Niven. Proceeds
will be used to purchase a
school bus. The public is in-
vited.
BNAI ISRAEL TORAH
CENTER
The PTA of the Bnai Israel
Torah Center, Oak Park Branch
of the Beth Yehudah Afternoon
Schools, will hold an open house
Wednesday night • at the new
school building, 15400 W. Ten
Mile, announces President Mrs.
Ruth Wolf. Rabbi Israel Flam,

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director of the school, will
speak, followed by a conference
period with teachers.
HEBREW-YIDDISH SHULE
The Hayim Greenberg Heb-
rew-Yiddish Shule PTA will
hold an assembly featuring Mrs.
Morris Alder as speaker on
"What Shall We Tell Our Chil-
dren" 9 p.m. Jan. 24 at the -
Hayim Greenberg Center. Re-
freshments will be served. The
public is invited.
HEBREW ACADEMY
The Hebrew Academy PTA
will present "An Afternoon for
Children, Young and Old" 1:30
p.m. Jan. 21 at Young Israel of
Oak Woods, 24061 Coolidge.
Featured will be "Doe Doe the
Clown," favors and refresh-
ments. The public is invited.
For information, call Mrs. Helen
Shermen,'chairman, LI 8-0621.
PITCHER SCHOOL
The Pitcher School PTA has
been designated the only organ-
ization to sell tickets (1,000) as
a fund-raising benefit project
for the premiere performance
of "A Majority of One," with
Rosalind Russell and Ale
Guiness, 8:30 p.m. Jan. 19
the Mercury Theater. The fi
will'be shown at this time o
once, prior to the public rel = .e
date approximately a ms h
from the benefit. Shirley II -r
will be mistress of ceremo s.
Tickets may be obtained e-
flings at the box office or f
any PTA member. For infor
tion, call KE 4-9631.
BAGLEY SCHOOL
The Bagley School PTA will
meet 8 _p.m. Wednesday, an-
nounces Mrs. Maurice Perkins.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Nor-
man Drachler, assistant super-
intendent of schools, according
to Mrs. Louis Sagadelli. His
topic will be "Human Relations
—Your Child and You." For in-
formation, call Helen Ablitz,
UN 4-4964.

IIIistradrut Opens 1962 Campaign Tuesday;
Ben Zion Ilan, Yaffa Yarkoni on Program

With a substantial portion of
its 1962 goal already achieved
through cash sums and pledges,
the Detroit Israel Histadrut
Campaign will get off to an
official start next Tuesday.
-
A series of pre-campaign
activities on behalf of the local
drive will draw to a close this.
week-end and set the stage for
the opening event at a cocktail
hour and reception at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday, at • the Hayim Green-
berg Center.

gee Committee of the Jewish
Brigade, he organized the
cue .activities among the
camps throughout Eur
e
served for six years
e chief
of the Gadna and
t-
,
ment of the
stry of De-
tense. Gad
Nahal are the
fighting. ()neer Youth Corps
of the I eli Army which com
bine itary and agricu ural
trainin
Ilan ow is d
et
gener.
of Ma
ince
Volunteer w o r k e r s are 1960
has be
m.
e
making an extra effort to the ex utive s retaria
e
raise an additional $50,000 Mapai
presentin
entire
this year to be set aside for kibbutz
been
the creation of a cultural cen- on import. missions to
ter in Israel in memory of ica, Ind' - and South Africa on
Morris L. Schaver.
behalf of "the Israel govern-
Ha r r y Schumer, honorary ment istadrut nd th ewis
chairman of the Histadrut Cam- Agen -
paign and chairman of Arlazar-
sday's pr
m so
off Branch 137 of Farband f e a u r e
ffa ark a ni
Labor Zionist Order has an- brou
to Detroit

have indicated their intentions
to attend the Tuesday event.
elle Glenner, Histadrut
chairma of the Pioneer Wom-
en's Divisi , has reported that
members o the Pioneer Worn-
en's Organi tion and their hus-
bands will urn out in large
numbers.

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nounced that the members of
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out effort to raise an
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Jewish Center, 18100 Meyers, has Springel's
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