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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-16

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ociety

Ladies Will
Hold Paid-Up
Membership Party

Committee head appoint-
ments have been announced for
the paid-up membership affair
of the Jewish War V
held
Ladies Auxiliary,
,
. nai Moshe,
Feb. 27 at C
according t
s. Sam Skupsk
president.
junior v
The are Mesdames. Philip
0 car
der.ein, coordi to
der.
K , program;
o -
, promo ona
wartz, ho sses'
•penheim, ar nge nts; Joh
emon, food; J. Strumeyer, dec-
ations; Louis Remer,

t s; and Alber
, gifts.
queen for a
Day" honor • will be accorded
to the woman who has enrolled
the most members. Her court
will consist of those members
who have added three or more
new people to the organization.
The .queen will receive a five-
day vacation to the Oakton Re-
sort Hotel in Pewaukee, Wis.
Members of her court will re-
ceive theater tickets and din-
ners.
Also to be honored will be
members of 15 and 20 years
standing.
Admission to the affair is by
dues card only, according to
ent Mrs. Esther Feld.

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John Dancy, Mrs.

John C. Dancy, who retired in
1960 after directing the Detroit
Urban League for 42 years, and
Mrs. Julian H. Krolik, serving
her seventh term as a member
of the Detroit Commission o
Community Relations, were
ored by a capacity aud . e
Wednesday at the annual
'ty
Award luncheon of the
eri-
can Jewish Congress
en's
Division at Holiday Mano
Dancy was named reci nt of
the annual Amity Awar Mrs.
Krolik was presented a s
citation. -
The 15th annual Amity Award
winner was cited for "his dedi-
cated service to his community;
for his :belief that the spirit of
mankind can rise above the con-
fines of community; for daring
to take the middle path of pa-
tience, responsibility and amity;
for helping to raise the concept
of amity as a standard before
our eyes."
The inscription of the citation
to Mrs. Krolik stated:
"Strength and honor are her
clothing; and she shall rejoice
in time to come . . . She openeth
her mouth with wisdom; . and in
her tongue is the law of kin
ness . . . Give her the frui
n
her hands; and let her
works praise her in the ga . —
oup
In working for better int
relations and fuller civi ghts,
these
Golda Krolik has transla
pres-
qualities into action.
valor
ence in our midst len
to all."
On the program were D
Fram, national vice president o
the American Jewish Congress;
Mrs. Daniel Shapiro, president of
the AJC Detroit Women's Divi:
sion; Mrs. Sol Elkin, Amity
Award chairman; _Judge Wade
H. McCree, Jr., who gave the
report of the Amity Award
judges; Richard Cross, chairman
of the Detroit Commission on
Community Relations, who pre-
sented the citation to Mrs. Kro-
lik; and Frank Angelo, manag-

27 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 16, 1962

ctivities

Mrs. Mary Bednarsh and Mrs. Lillian Schechter will give a
charity luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Bednarsh, 23151 Beverly, Oak Park. Friends are invited to attend.
A delegation headed by Mrs. Ethel Abrams, president of the
Yeshivah Day School P.T.A., attended the national . convention of
Hebrew Day School P.T.A.'s which took place Feb. 10 to 12 at
Rockaway Park. N. Y.
The Cornfield Family Club will meet Sunday at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Kurtis, 15220 Northfield, Oak Park.
More than 100 Detroiters will take part in the three-day
1962 Inaugural Conference for Israel Bonds, Feb. 23 to 25 in
Miami Beach. Among those attending will be: Mrs. Theodore
Bargman, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Begun, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berman,
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin I. Cohn, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cottler, Mr.
and Mrs. Israel D. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. David bunsky, Louis
M. Elliman, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Epstein, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Fishman, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Friedenberg, Mr. and Mrs. David
,Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gottlieb, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Grosberg, Mr.' and Mrs.. Philip Helfman, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Josephson, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan King, Mrs. Bella Kozloff, Mr.
BARBARA STEINBERGER
and Mrs. Benjamin Laikin, Mr. and -Mrs. Manny Lax, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Lesser, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ben Lewis, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Stein: Mrs. Adolph H. Lichter, Mr. and Mrs. E. Lurie, Mr. and Mrs.
berger of Oak Park announce Jacob Moskovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Posen, Mr. and ,Mrs.
the engagement of their daugh- Louis Richter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sarko, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
ter, Barbara Jene, to Pvt. Allan Schmier, Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Shaye and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
M. Linder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman:
Ben Linder of Detroit.
Mr; and Mrs. Aaron Malamud, formerly of Grand Ave., are
Miss Steinberger attended
living in their new home at 19946 Marlowe.
Wayne State University's College now Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Kelman celebrated their 30th wedding
of Education. Her fiance attend- anniversary at a dinner party given by their children, Mr. and
ed the Detroit Institute of Tech- Mrs. Daniel Babitch and Maurice Kelman at the Rainbow Terrace
nology and is now stationed at on Feb. 11.
Fort Knox, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mondry were honored- with a celebration
commemorating their 40th wedding anniversary at the last meet-
Reshevsky, Chess
ing of the Hayim Greenberg School Board. Boar
to greet
Champ, Exhibits Here PTA representatives, teachers and friends g
for the honor
International Grandmaster them. Mr. and Mrs. Mondry thanked the b
Samuel Reshevsky of California and contributed $400 to the school.
Over 90 guests joined the childr
of David and Helen
will conduct a 50-board simul-
ge in celebrating their parents'
h weddi
taneous chess exhibition, s
The p
was held at the home of
and Mrs.
ed by the Metro
dner Ave., Oak Park. It as given
berg of
Clubs,
Association •

and Harold Schr e.
at the Detroit Kleiff an • obert
p.m. We
Sander opo, 20250 Gilchrist,
a recen graduat
e
Club's facilities,
Ediso •
Wayne Sta University College of ducation. H
ently
200 • e•.
teaching i he Detroit Public Scho
e blic is invited. Rese
M r.
Mrs. Max Nosanchuk enterta
75 guests at
•n or a board may be ad
onor of the 25th wedding
versary of Mr. and
3 dinner i
•y contacting Fred
Mrs. H
Nachman of Southfield. 0
f-town guests included
7
•1.d. ing, Royal 0 (L
Mrs. Louis Rich, Mr. an
rs. Sam rsher, Murray
pious Mr.

r
Reshev
in a Ric nd Mr. and Mrs. L. Pancer,
of Toro
e •f
Jew,
abbath" with
tournam
er champio
Bobby Fis
merican Jewish
of half-J sh parentage.

HOLIDAY-IN- ISRAE

University of Michigan engi-
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and more in upper atmosphere
research studies last year.

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Steinberger-Linder
Troth Announced

ing editor of the Detroit Free
Press, who pres
Award
. Gossett, vice pres-
of the Ford Motor Corn-
ny, wa chairman of the
board of judges.
Mrs. Lo Red to president
of the
1
AJC, s
an
Kroll
sery
and
1, courage a
derstanding, have
etroit
along the wa
ess."
P
me also from Dr.
o Tadmor, midwest region-
al director of the AJC, who said:
"The people we honor . . . (are
the) true promoters Of sound
intergroup relations and true
champions of a working democ-
racy."

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