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February 09, 1962 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fr iday, February 9, 1962 -- 22

Political Parties Commended for
Opposing John Birch Society

The Michigan Regional Ad-
visory Board of the Anti-Defama-
tion League of Bnai Brith com-
mended both the Republican and
Democratic parties for their vig-
orous repudiation of the John
Birch Society.
Meeting in Jackson, the Mich-
igan Branch of the League ac-
cepted the report of a special
study committe on the John
Birch Society. Harold Berry of
Detroit served as chairman.
Sol I. Littman, ADL regional
director, stated: "The battle
against communism has long
been an integral part of the
League's program. We have al-
ways considered it a necessary
part of our dedication to demo-
cratic principles, equal oppor-
tunity for all, and the battle
against racism and bigotry."
"Merely being anti-communist
is not a sufficient qualification
for political alliance with ex-
tremist groups on the right, any
more than simply being anti-
Fascist is a sufficient reason for
accepting alliances with ex-
tremist groups on the left," Litt-
man stated.

Mrs. Schreier Hosts
PW Israel Bond Fete

Taylor-Lepler
Engagement Told

Berry's study committee's re-
port warned of the rapid multi-
plication of front groups created
by the John. Birch Society and
the danger that respectable well-
intended organizations such as
veterans groups, service groups,
church groups, eager to turn the
battle against communism might
find themselves allied with
Birchers.
Berry indicated that several
of the over-seventy Birch cells
in Michigan have proven to be a
haven for racial and religious
bigots with records of member-
ships in such groups as the Na-
tional States Rights Party, States
Rights Council, and others.

Mrs. Zemon Is
Named to Head
UCS Women

The election of Mrs. Oscar M.
Zemon, 19630 Roslyn, as new
General Chairman of the Worn-
en's Committee of United Com-
munity Services was announced
during the group's 27th annual
luncheon held
Monday at, Ma-
sonic Temple.
Active on the
UCS Women's
Committee
Governing
Board for the
past five years,
Mrs. Zemon
has served the
organization in
various capaci- Mrs. Zemon
ties. She has chaired such com-
unity-wide UCS programs as the
Tribute Fund, Speakers' Bureau,
Presidents' Day and Board-Staff
Institute.
Mrs. Zemon has also been
president of Sinai Hospital
Women's Guild and vice presi-
dent of the Shapiro School of
Nursing. Currently she is na-
tional vice president of Bran-
deis University Women's Com-
mittee, which she helped to ini-
tiate, board member of The
National Council of Jewish
Women, member of United
Foundation Women's Organiza-
tion and Red Cross Nurses' Aid
Program.
In her new assignment as
General Chairman of the UCS
Women's Committee, Mrs. Ze-
mon will head the volunteer ac-
tivities of some 5,000 women in
a wide variety of year-round
programs aimed at gaining bet-
ter understanding of the work
of health and welfare agencies.
Sharing official duties with
Mrs. Zemon during the year
will be Mrs. John C. Hopp, who
has been elected as financial,
secretary.
Mrs. Hopp is well-known in
the Jewish community for her
work as president of the Worn-
en's Division of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, United Founda-
tion, Sinai Hospital Guild and
Metropolitan Advisory Commit-
tee for Retarded Children. She
has also served in the past as
president of the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth El.
Newly-elected to the 100-mem-
ber Governing Board of the UCS
Women's Committee were Mes-
dames Gabriel N. Alexander,
Alexander H. Hirschfeld, Leon-
ard T. Lewis and Alexander
Sanders.

Final preparations are being
made for the annual Detroit
Pioneer Women's function on
behalf of Israel Bonds, a dessert
luncheon at
the home of
Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Schreier,
13222 B o r g-
man, Hunting-
ton WOods, at
1 2 : 3 0 p. m.,
Feb. 22, ac-
ording to Mrs.
Norman • Lee-
president
of the Detroit
Pioneer Worn-
e n ' s Council
and Mrs. Jack
Goshman,
Mrs. Schreier Council Israel
Bond chairman.
The speaker will be Judith
Beilin, Consul of Israel in New
York, who, prior to her ap-
pointment as Consul, served as
liaison officer for the Israeli
Foreign Ministry in connection
with the hundreds of foreign
correspondents who covered the
Eichman trial. She is the widow
of Harry Beilin, who was Con-
sul general to the 11 western
states of the United States and
as minister to Denmark.
Mrs. Schreier, who is hosting
the luncheon, is active in var-
ious women's organizations, is
a former president of Hanita
chapter of Pioneer Women, vice
president of the P. W. Council
and co-chairman of public re-
lations for the League of Jew-
ish Women. She has been active
in the -Israel Bond campaign
since its inception. Last summer
she visited Moscow and was re-
united with a sister she hadn't
seen for 40 years.
Israel Bond chairmen of Pi-
oneer Women's chapters par-
ticipating on the committee
planning the dessert luncheon
include: Mesdames Saul Wald-
man, Michael Michlin, Harry
Lome, Sam Isaacs, Jack Berent,
Jack Malamud, Samuel Gold,
Charles Glen, S. H. Rovin, Irv-
ing Feldman, Isadore Kaplan,
Ethel Fischer, Henry Faigin,
Mark Fovner and Hyman Gros- Pepper PTA Presents
kind.
`Sweetheart Dance '
A "Sweetheart Dance" will be
Alpha Omega Parents held
by the James N. Pepper
to See Histadrut Film PTA, _ 9 p.m. Feb. 17 at the
Histadrut's latest movie, "The school, 24301 Church, Oak ,Park.
Dance music will be provided
Golden Years" will be shown
at a meeting of the Alpha by the Siefer Wells group and
Omega Parents Club, Chi Chap- a dance exhibition will be pre-
ter, 8 p.m. Thursday at the sented. Guests will have the
opportunity to learn the twist
Madison Dental Supply Co.
Hosts and hostesses will be and the group dance shown in
Mr. and Mrs. M. Richman and "Never on Sunday."
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leib. Michael Prizes will be featured and
Bagdade is in charge of pro- refreshments will be served in
the Sweetheart Cafe.
gramming.

MISS RENA TAYLOR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Taylor,
20246 Faust, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Rena, to Sheldon Lepler, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Lepler,
20517 Faust.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Wayne State University
College of Education. Her
fiance was graduated from
Walsh Institute of Accounting.
An Aug. 19 wedding is planned.

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List Sponsors for
'Nuremberg' Movie
on Opening Night

The Greater Detroit Chapter,
American Association for the
United Nations, will sponsor the
opening performance of the
long-awaited a n d widely-dis-
cussed motion picture, "Judg-
ment at Nuremburg", the film
which reflects the tragedy of
man's inhumanity to man, at
the United Artists Theater, Feb.
21.
Governor S wa ins on and
Mayor Cavanagh have been
named honorary chairmen for
the event, with Mrs. George W.
Romney heading the Women's
Committee.
Honorary co-chairmen are
Federal Judge Theodore Levin,
Walter Reuther and Walker
Cisler.
Reservations may still be had
by calling Mrs. Warren B.
Cooksey, president of the loc
UN chapter, 1132 Washingt
Blvd., phone 963-2689.
Proceeds will give suppor o
the AAUN Information Ce r.
Board members of the De it
chapter include Rabbi Mo s
Adler, Dr. William Birenba
Dr. Robert M. Frehse, and J
cob Albert.

Sweethearts Club
Holiday Party Will
Aid Project Hope

AO

Broder to Chair
Annual Meeting
of USO on Feb.14

N. Brewster Broder has been
named chairman of the eleventh
annual meeting of the USO of
Metropolitan Detroit, it was an-
nounced by Walker L. Cisler,
USO president.
The meeting will be held Feb-
ruary 14 at USO Headquarters.
Broder serves as the official
representative of the Detroit
Jewish Welfare Board, a mem-
ber agency of USO, on the De-
troit USO board of directors.
He is a member of the board
of directors of the Jewish Com-
munity Center and is chairman
of the Center's camping and
armed services committees.
Jewish or
'ons w h i c h
have b
ognition
at
nnual mee e , gs for
it o
anding servi
are:
nai
h Women's Cou it of
Metropo itan Detroit,. N onal
Council. •of Jewish
and
Temple Be th E Sis
ood.
Chairma
nteen
co
it
sin
t • n
n Mrs. I.
Irv'

And His

CONTINENTAL ORCHESTRA

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A holiday party with all pro-
ceeds going to Project Hope
will be presented by the Alpha
This Week's Radio and
Omega Sweethearts C
Television Programs
p.m. Feb. 17 at t
of Jewish Interest
Greenberg Center,
Schaefer, announces P
SPECIAL
Mrs. Jack Dorfman.
Sunday.
Time: 1:30
The fourth annual fu
Station: WXYZ-TV.
Feature: "Heritage of Jewish ing of the club will fe
es a
a film of the
Music," a special telecast fea-
Ship at w
in So
turing Martha Schlamme, fo
Nam. Refre
singer, and
served.
other guest
For tickets,
artists, will be

and Mrs. Herman-
Dorfman, LI 5-
presented in
. . another satisfied
celebration of
client of
the Jewish Mu-


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Photographers

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the Jew s h

Candids - Movies - Portraits
Commu i t y
Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs
Entertainment
Council. Also

We Come to Your Home

MINIJ3- 57301
feature • will Miss S
With Samples

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violinist Betty Kow
••••••••••••••••e
Jonatha ack, concert pi'
and Lorra Ernest as nar
* *
TOGETII
TO DW
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Time: 9:15
Station: WJB' radio and
television simultaneously.).
Feature: Rabbi Milton Ar . f
Regula se of Mo tain Valley Water tends to
Cong. Ahavas Achim the
expel systemic wastes ra dly, reduce excessive acidity,
Ahavas Achim Sister d SingJ
and improve digestion.
ers, directed by Ca or Simon
Thousands of peopl drink this natural water from
Bermanis, will be eatured on
t Springs, Ark., to help main- -
ion of
the health
"Salute to Jewis usic."
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till more • use it to aid in the
healt
tai excel
arthr . , kidney and bladder symptom's.
tr
COUNCIL-AL AN HOUR
your doctor how much to drink
der,
' I
Tithe: 10 p.m Saturday.
Station: WJ
3343 Gratiot
Feature: Mrs Sol Elkin, 19 2
Detroit 7, Mich.
-0178 or Write
Phone L
Amity Award chairman, well
discuss the A y Award, p
sented annually y the Detr
Women's Divi n, American
from HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
a. person
Jewish Congress,
i ni -
who has contribu
ns
cantly to intergroup re
in the community.
* * *
COMPLETELY EQUIPPED
THE JEWISH HERITA
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
s E.
Feature: Rabbi C
"Some
Shulman will dis
Judaism
Problems F
Today."

On the it

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Center P ents Withou
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Partner
Parents ithout
the Jewi Center
open me g 8:30 II
at the C er.
lan, directo
Rose
work Se es of th
hildren's
Family a
a
"Proble
will speak
One Parent e ques-
tion-and-answer period will be
followed by a coffee hour.

NO SETS TAKEN AWAY

FROM YOUR HOME

ALL PARTS AND EQUIPMENT

IN THE BIG YELLOW SHOP-ON-WHEELS

UN 4-9376

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