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February 09, 1962 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-09

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A need which first inspired

Henrietta Szold to convert her
"literary group" into the philan-
thropic group we now know as
Hadassah has recurred in Is-
rael.
On a visit to Palestine in
1912, Miss Szold was appalled
at the prevalence of trachoma,
a dread eye disease which
causes blindness. During the or-
ganization's 50 years of activity
in campaigning to arrest this
and other diseases, the afflic-
tions were controlled.
However, with the recent im-
migration of refugees from
North Africa and other Middle
East countries, the problem
once more has presented itself.
In answer, the Detroit Chap-
ter of Hadassah has launched a
"Save An Eye-Bank Campaign."
Eye banks, which can con-
tain $5 in dimes, have been dis-
tributed to the membership, ac-
cording to Mrs. Abe Zitomer,
chairman of the drive.
"One filled eye-bank will cure
one eye of trachoma," she says.

Mizrachi Again
Will Send CARE
Israel Packages

Detroit Mizrachi again will
send kosher CARE Passover
food packages to Israel.
The packages, at $12 each,
will contain meats, sugar and
other vital foods.
The packages can be sent to
relatives, friends and the many
needy families in Israel who
are on the Mizrachi list.
Checks for $12 or more for
such packages may be sent to
the D et r o i t Mizrachi office,
17596 Wyoming, and additional
information can be secured by
calling DI 1-0708.

Farband Leader Will
Meet Here With
Branches, Committee

Jacob Katzman, associat
retary of Farband Lab
ist Order, will b
speaker at a me
552 Farban
Saturday
berg Ce r.
He
11 also speak at the
meet
of Branch 529 8:30
p.m unday at the home
an Ars. Harold S
Cl rylawn.
he Detr it nc
C nmittee it host
eting wi atzm
nday at h Hayim
en-
rg Cente Execut - mem-
- s of eve y Far
branch
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Each filled bank will entitle
its contributor to attend an
"Eye-Bank .Party" March 27 at
the Mercury Theater. Eye Banks
will be mailed on request by
telephone to the Hadassah Of-
fice, BR 3-5441.
Meanwhile, the Detrbit Build-
ers' Home and Flower Show As-
sociation has informed Mrs. I.
Jerome Hauser, president of
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah,
that it has designated Feb. 28 as
"Hadassah Day" in recognition
of "the outstanding leadership
and participation of Hadassah's
membership in the many civic
and communal affairs of the
city of Detroit."

Brevities

Jason Tickton Will
Give Organ Recital

Francis Scott P-TA
Slates Barn Dance

An organ recital by Jason H.
Tickton will be presented noon
Thursday at the Community
Arts Auditorium of Wayne
State University.
Included in the program will
be Lavry's "Te
ments" for
- er and
Rabbi
of Temple, eth El
will
the speaker. Variations
gdal by Isadore Freed will
o be presentee n Re
eld will be the so
The public is invi

A barn dance will be held by
the Francis Scott Key PTA, 9
p.m. Saturday at the school,
23400 Jerome.
Jim Schulthies will be caller.
Ref nts will be served.
purchased at the

uccessful years
rope

IELD

nd his

HESTRA

38-5395

announced
a ee-year $65,-
ademic development
campaign.
MISS REVA RICE
According
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. 11 . e Sachar, presi
versity, the
of Ardmore Ave. announce
engagement of their daug er, $43,500,00
e total als
es
Reva, to Dr. Morris Borns in dowment.
' $11,850,000 fo
construe-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sa
, 00 to meet ex-
Bornstein of Monte Vista Ave.
ver the next three
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Wayne State Univ
n
received her m
s degree
from the Uni
ity of Michi-
gan. Her
ce received his
is
Ph.D. fro
the University of
Michigan
STRA
fessor o
ou Like It"
OFFICE:
versity.
LI 5-2737
planne

DONALD MEEKS, supervi-
sor of social work education at
Northville State Hospital, will
be the guest speaker at the
monthly meeting of the North-
ville State Hospital Auxiliary
on Tuesday at 1:15 p.m.
*
"LES LIAISONS DANGE-
REUSES", t h e controversial
French film of a society couple
who grant each other the free-
dom to pursue extra-marital af-
fairs, is held over for a fifth
week.
* *
r•,,
When the SAN FRANCISCO
BALLET dances here at Mason-
ic Auditorium on Feb. 25, it is Israel
more than likely that critics
The
Israel Bo
will comment on the homo-
geneity, the integrated team- Divisi event of 1
work, the purity of style. This spons of an enro
lunc
has been the case wherever the
th
troupe has danced. The reason
for this close group coordina-
tion is that most of the dancers
5 Fair-
have grown up with the school
field, 1 2 : 3 0
connected with the company.
p.m., Feb .
San Francisco Ballet School is
r
the second largest of its kind
ill be Judith
in the country.
Beilin, Israeli
*
*
Consul in New
"THE DISENCHANTED," de-
York.
ed as a play by Budd
•- Mrs. Pollack,
c
erg and Harvey Breit
s. Pollack a leader in
from
original story by Schul-
dassah, has
berg,
ened last night for
srael Bond .
run of our-and-a-half weeks
number of
the Va lard Playhouse.
of the Wo,
story li of "The Disenchant
tive board
as arrana
is that
a tired author, Ma
committe co-chair
HalEd (supposedly, in real
This spons
nction will
auth F. Scott Fitzgerald
mark t •
guration of "The
the ids of life.
of the Negev" Israel
* * *
Bond pr o g r a m, according to
HE REDFORD - DETROIT Mesdames Joseph K a t c h k e
NTIQUE SHOW will be held and Max Stollman, Women's
March 2, 3 and 4 at Carpenters' Division co-chairmen.
Auditorium, 22521 Grand River.
Hours will be noon to 10 p.m. Detroit Auxiliary,
daily. This showing is its 48th,
thereby recognized as the oldest City of Hope, to
show in the state. All items are
Fete John Sodos
for sale.
Detroit Auxiliary, City of
* * *
The first Detroit showing of Hope, will pay tribute to its
"SICILIAN MEMORIES" in "oldest and most dedicated
beautiful color will highlight member" John Sodos with
the new program at the Tele- testimonial banquet F
news Theater. This travel film the Holiday Manor
Sodos will ce
ate his 86th
takes the viewer from Palermo,
ears of service
the Sicilian Seaport, throughout birthday and
to the orga
ion.
this 9,000 square mile island.
Larry F dman and his or-
* * *
music f
A one-man show by artist chestra
LARRY WALKER will open the occa
Feb. 18 and continue through is chair
March 18 at CONTEMPORARY reservat
STUDIO, INC., 8503 John C. Zeldes,
Lodge, with hours from 1-7 p.m.
daily and weekends. Walker has 15th Dis
won a number of awards and is Announce Appointees
acclaimed both here and in New
Mrs. Norma Silver, 18600 Wis-
York for his work in water col- consin, was recently appointed
or, oil, graphics : and sculpture. chairman of the women activities
* * *
committee of the 15th District
The Michigan premiere of Democratic organization. Marvin
"WEST SIDE STORY," film Surowitz, 18298 Indiana, was
version of the smash Broadway named chairman of the publicity
and international musical drama and public relations committee.
named :test picture of the
The appointments were an-
year" by New YOrk Film nounced by Louis J. McGuinness,
Critics, will take place at the chairman of the organization.
Madison Theater on Wednesday
Surowitz was recently elected
night, proceeds to go to the administrative vice chairman of
Variety Club to help maintain the 15th district Young Dems.
at Children's Hospital the clinic
The club is now conducting a
and laboratory for the study of membership drive. For informa-
diseases affecting the growth tion, call chairman Larry Solow,
and development of children.
WE 4-5417.

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21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, February 9, 19 62

Hadassah Begins Eye Bank Drive. Reva Rice to Wed
Feted by Home-Floiver Show Assn. D Morris Bornstein

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