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February 09, 1962 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS ---- Friday, February 9, 1962 --

activities in Society

David Brodsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brodsky, has been
graduated from Wayne State University School of Education. He is
teaching in Port Huron, where he now makes his •home.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Prog sailed from New York on a six-week
Mediterranean cruise to Europe and Israel on the S.S. Mauretania.
Former Detroiters Alan and Edith Kopelson, actress-producer,
received notice recently with a three-column feature story on Mrs.
Kopelson's career, which appeared in a California newspaper. The
Kopelson's live in Palm Springs, Calif., where she is teaching drama
at a local studio. When living in Detroit, Edith Kopelson was heard
on WWJ and WJR, was active in the Woodward Players and staged
plays for Temple Beth El. Alan Kopelibn was on the faculty of the
Detroit Institute of Musical Art • and served on the board of the
Bohemians' Club.
Mrs. Lea Aronson, 20221 Prevost, recently met Genevieve,
star of "From Paris With Love," currently playing here, at a
champagne breakfast in. honor of the chanteuse at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. The introduction was arranged as a result of
Mrs. Aronson being named a winner in the Free Press Learn-
A-Language contest. • •

Mr. and Mrs. •Morris -Meskin •of Pinehurst Ave., entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ginsburg of Oak Park at a surprise dinner
party Jan. 28 in honor of •their 36th wedding anniversary. Among
the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Max Shapiro of Basil Ave. who
are leaving for Phoenix, Ariz., and the west coast for an extended
stay.
Cantor and Mrs. Isaac Katz have returned from a four-month
trip to Israel, France and Italy. While in Israel. Cantor Katz
conducted services in many of the large cities of the country.
In France and Italy the cantor was also invited to conduct
services.
The Bodzin Family Club will meet 8 p.m. Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bodzin, 20051 Freeland.
Mrs. Naomi B. Flock was tendered a surprise party by the
office staff and teachers of both the Hebrew and English de-
partments of the Hillel Day School upon her resignation as principal.
Irwin I. Cohn and William Fisher will be co-hosts at a re-
ception to Detroiters at the Fontainbleau Hotel, Miami Beach,
next Thursday afternon, in behalf of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America. Rabbi Max Arzt will be the guest speaker.
The Kaplan Family Club will meet 8:30 p.m. Feb. 18 at the
home of Leona and Sid Chafetz.
In recognition of 20 years of service rendered to Detroit's
Jewish community by Rabbi and Mrs. Henry Carlebach and
family, who will soon move to New York City, a reception with
a "sholosh sudOs" will be given in their honor at 5 p.m. Saturday
at Cong. David Ben Nuchim. The reception - will be given by the
congregation and the Agudas Yisroel of Detroit, announced
Rabbi Chaskel Grubner, spiritual leader of the congregation.

League of Jewish Women to Hold
Meeting on 'Education's Impact'

The 34th annual meeting of
the League of. Jewish Women's
Organizations will be held 12:15
p.m. Monday at Beth Aaron
Synagogue, 18000 Wyoming.
Mrs. Gerson Berris, program
vice president, and co-chairman

League - affiliated organizations.
Exhibits will be judged by Mrs.
Herbert Keidan, local artist,
Robert Garelick :of Garelick's
Gallery and Marvin Diamond,
director of public relations for
the Jewish Welfare Federation.
-Dessert luncheon will be
served. Reservations may be
made with Mrs. Abe Bookstein,
LI 4-8470.

MN Activities

SHOLOM AUXILIARY will
meet Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Milton Zimmerman, 24360
Gardner, Oak Park. A nomi-
nating slate will be presented
Chinitz '
Kapustin
for the forthcoming election of
Mrs. Sol Hammerstein and Mrs. officers. Refreshments will be
Harry Portnoy have announced served.
that the program will be head-
* * *
lined by a discussion, "Educa-
BLOCH
-
ROSE AUXILIARY
tion and Its Impact in This Age
will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
of Competition."
A panel of three educational Maxine Sheldon, 19358 Liver-
leaders will discuss this topic: nois. Evelyn Skupsky will be
Ben Chinitz, Cooley High hostess.
* * *
School principal, will speak on
OAK PARK LADIES AUXIL-
the many stresses facing the
IARY will hold its annual
student.
Rabbi Max Kapustin, director obligation night Tuesday at the
of Hillel House at Wayne State home of Mrs. Irving Zaks, 15215
' University will Rosemary. New members will
evaluate the be sworn in by Past Depart-
impact of re- ment President Mrs. John
ligion on edu- Nemon. Refreshments and, en-
tertainment will follow. For
cation.
Dr. Eli Ru- reservations, call President Mrs.
bin, director of Isadore Binder, LI 2-8899.
* * *
the Rehabilita-
tion Division
DETROIT LADIES AUXIL-
at Lafayette IARY will service two wards
Clinic, will of the Ann Arbor Veteran's
speak on the Hospital Feb. 14 with an indoor
Rubin
emotional ef- picnic luncheon, announces hos-
fect of tension on the student.
pital chairman Fannie Kaplan.
"This program promises to be Co-chairman is Hannah Seinwel.
of interest to every . parent in Morris Seinwel is post chair-
the community," said Mrs. Mar- man and co-chairman is Lou
tin Naimark, president of the Schlien.
League of Jewish Women.
Also featured at this meeting
University of Michigan lib-
will be displays depicting the raries have book collections of
actomplishments of many more than 3,000,000 volumes.

Wittenberg-Shifman Con-Con Mandates
Legislature on
Troth Announced

Golden Age Reception
Honors Cantor Fenakel

Golden Age Choral Group
o the
wish Center announces
a recepti
in honor of its musi-
cal direc
, Cantor Nicholas
Fenakel, 8 m. Thursday - at the
Center-,
All 'Cent
Older Adults and
frie s are nvited. A musical
ev- ng is
'armed. Refresh-
is wil
e served.

Civil Rights Issue

MISS ELAINE WITTENBERG

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Wit-
tenberg of Michigan City, Ind.,
announce the engagement of
their d a u g h t e r, Elaine, to
Arnold Shifman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Shifman of Cant
bury Road.
The bride-elect an
e
iver ty of
both attended the
Michigan.

Brand
Prese t Cit
Book evi

Detroit
apter,
University
ational
Committee,
hold
book review 1
. Alan
at the home o
ambrid
Schwartz, 28
nounces Pre
ent
backer.
Lunche
will b
cording t
rs: ErneS thwart
program
airman.
Martin
Citrin, pr
community
der,
eview
A. J. Cronin's
das Tree."
The Wome
Committee,
which enga
in no fund-rais-
ing camp
s, depends on its
annual d s and contributions
nd.
to its G eral Book
bums,
cial Book
Rect .
Major
llections a
Na ed
Endow nt Fund t fulfi its
obligat
to the Br deis ni-
versity
ibrary. The Women's
Commit
is dedicated to the
complete ipport of the librar
Mrs. Je
Morse is vice p
dent of B
Fund. Sh
sisted by
me .
nett, - Alan S
a r , Ivan
Scholnick, S
lei C •lan and
Felix Mahl
The D oit Chapter _now is
collectin used books for its
"New
ks for Old Sale," t
be hel in- May, acc d'
Mrs. B t Colman, ch
the p ect. Only 5,
thus
have been of ed
toward
goal of 30,
books,
she " sal
Her
hairmen are Mrs.
Maxwell
pey and Mrs. Na-
than Perm
Books of ever
description
luding p
backs) will be
For
information, call Mrs. Colman,
UN 2-7120.
Mrs. Herbert Blumberg, study
group chairman, also reports
that members may still join a
study group. Two new courses
being offered are "The Golden
Age in' Jewish History," by Dr.
Alexander Altmann, professor
of Jewish philosophy at Bran-
deis University, and "Under-
standing Modern Art," prepared
by Sam Hunter, director of the
Poses Institute of Fine Arts
and the Rose Art Center at
Brandeis University.
Assisting Mrs. Blumberg are
Mrs. Samuel Aaron and Mrs.
Malcom Lowenstein. For infor-
mation, call Mrs. Blumberg, UN
4-5978.

Atid Square Dance
to Be Held Saturday

The Detroit Atid square dance
will be held 8 p.m. Saturday
at Cong. Adas Shalom.
Surprise entertainment is
planned. For tickets, call Mary
Berris, DI. 1-3946.

A section on civil
adopted by the Co
e on
Rights, Suffrage
ections
of the Consti
ona Conven-
tion gives
date Ahat "the
legislature
11 implement this
section b
ppropriate legisla-
tion.
The
olution, introd
d b
Harol
orris (D-Detr
an
modif
by Dr.
ah,
(R-L
ing), presid o ch-
igan
te Univers• an chair-
main f the Presf ent's Civi
Right
ommission, passe
conve
n unanimous
vote o
8-0.
It rea
s f
. "No per-
son shall
i d the equal
protectio
the law • nor shall
any pe
be den'
j. -
ment
his civil
rights
or be
agains in the e se ereof
becaus of race, gion, sex
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