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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-15

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JUNIOR PRIMROSE board
will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at
the home of Anne Ackerman,
15114 James, Oak Park.

Enid Kramer Trill Civil Rights Body, Governor Romney Urge
Affirming Rule 9 Principles
71 -ed Allan Kupsov Legislation
Reacting to the Michigan Su- and prevent discrimination based

IOTA ALPHA PI, Beta Alum-
nae, will hold a dinner meeting
Wednesday at Topinka's Coun-
try House. Josh Geller will
speak and show slides on his
recent trip to Russia. For reser-
vations, call Mrs. Gerald Gross-
man, KE 4-6366.

MISS JUDITH SHAPIRO

At a recent cocktail party at
their home, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Shapiro of Warrington Dr. an-
nounced the engagement of
their daughter, Judith Phyllis,
to Bernard Mindell, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Karl Mindell of Prest
Ave.
The bride-elect attended the
University of Michigan and now
is a student at Wayne State
University. Her finance re-
ceived degrees from the Uni-
versity of Michigan and Wayne
State and now attends the WSU
Law School. A December wed-
ding is planned.

Hanna Schloss Bldg.
Oldtimers Honor
Herman A. Schmier

The Hanna Schloss Oldtimers
have named attorney Herman A.
Schmier "Man of the Year for
1962."
He is a past president of the
Old Newsboys' Goodfellow Fund
of Detroit and last year was
honored for his services to that
body.
The Hanna Schloss Oldtimers
is comprised of men who fre-
quented the Hanna Schloss Build-
ing on High St., which many
years ago was a recreation and
social center for the Jewish com-
munity.

Radomer Aid Installs
Wolok as President

Nathan Wolok has been in-
stalled for his third term as
president of the Radomer Aid
and Ladies Society.
Other officers are Hyman
Waterman and Mrs. Ida Klaper,
vice-presidents; Mrs. Lillian Katz
and Mrs. Lee Weintraub, secre-
taries; Wolf Finkelstein, trea-
surer; Joseph Weintraub and
Mrs. Fannie Weinman, trustees;
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sim-
kowitz, hospitaleers.

DAYENU

ll

BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
will hold an Oneg Shabbat 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the synagogue,
announces Mrs. Abraham Meral,
chairman. Rabbi Benjamin H.
MISS ENID KRAMER
Gorrelick will speak and Cantor
At a recent cocktail party, Mr.
David Bagley will present a Jew-
ish Music Month program. Guests and Mrs. Louis Kramer of Cher-
are invited. Refreshments will rylawn Ave. announced the en--
gagement of their daughter,
be served.
Enid Marlene, to Allan Kupsov,
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREEN- son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack. Kup-
FIELD SISTERHOOD will hold sov of Toronto.
The bride - elect attended
an Oneg Shabbat 3 p.m. Feb. 23
at the home of Mrs. Ben Wein- Michigan State University and
stock, 14221 Wales, Oak Park. now is a student at Wayne State
Dov Parshan, formerly of Jeru- University. Her fiance is a stu-
salem, Israel, will be guest dent at the University of Toron-
to School of Dentistry, where
speaker.
he is affiliated with Alpha
MUSIC STUDY CLUB will Omega fraternity. A Sept. 1
present a lecture by Prof. Ber- wedding is planned.
nard V. Valentini of Wayne
State University on "The Golden Hadassah Slates
Age of Verse and Song" 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Detroit In- Group Meetings
stitute of Arts. Featured will be
the poetry of Goethe and Heine,
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
while Mrs. Arthur Monson will groups announce meetings and
sing musical compositions set to activities for February.
the texts of the poets. Marilyn
Bagley North and University
Lucas Will be accompanist and North will hold a joint meet-
will also play works of Brahms ing 12:30 p.m. Monday, at Ha-
and Schumann. Mary Koenig is dassah House. Dessert luncheon
chairman of the day. Marguerite will be served. The program
Kozenn Chajes is program chair- will honor Jewish Music Month
man: The public is invited, free and will feature Lois Ack, so-
of charge, according to President prano.
Mrs. A. Victor Bizer.
Schaefer Group will meet at
12:30 p.m. Feb. 26 at the Labor
Program in Tribute Zionist Institute. Dessert lunch-
will be served under the
to Leivick March 3 eon
direction of Mrs. Oscar Over-
In tribute to the late H. Lei- ton. Mrs. Sidney Jacobs, pro-
vick, Yiddish poet-laureate, a gram vice-president, will pre-
program is being arranged by sent "A Hair Fashion Show"
the Yiddish culture committee with professional models.
of the Jewish Community Coun-
Awards will be given includ-
cil for Sunday evening, March ing a complimentary week-end
3, at the Jewish Center. An- at the Elmwood Casino Motel
nouncement of the event was in Wondsor, and a silver tray.
made by Jack Malamud, com- Admission_ contributions will be
mittee chairman, and Irving allocated to Youth Aliyah. Mrs.
Pokempner and Sidney M. Shev- Max Englander, DI 1-4766, and
itz, co-chairmen of the culture Mrs. Albert Silver are ticket
commission.
chairmen. Mrs. Jerry Goldman,
The program will feature an president, invites all members
address by a noted Yiddish au- and friends to attend.
thor, readings from Leivick's
Bagley South will meet 12:30
writings, and a concert high- p.m. Tuesday at Hadassah
lighting Leivick's poems which House. Dessert luncheon will be
have been set to music.
served. Mrs. Henry Berris, ex-
ecutive vice-president, will re-
view "Parallel Quest," auto-
biography
of Irma Lindheim,
BY HENRY LEONARD
a former national Hadassah
officer. Mrs. Alex_ Zuckerman,
vice-president of program, will
SAM' S
present the speaker, and Mrs.
Theod6re Isaac, social chair-
man, is in charge of the dessert
luncheon.
Business and Professional
Group, Detroit Chapter of Ha-
dassah, will hold a general
me e t i n g 8:15 p.m. Tues-
day at Hadassah House, an-
nounces President Martha Wi-
net. A Jewish National Fund
program, in observance of
February as JNF Month, will
be presented, according to Mrs.
Arthur Eichel, chairman. The
film "Stairway to Jerusalem"
will be shown. Mrs. Sidney
Ravin will speak on the women's
role in Zionism. Prizes will also
highlight the meeting. Friends
are invited.

"it's our • first self-clavening prayer book . • .
comes complete with transistor batteries."

Copr.

_ Jayenu Productions

In 1923 the United Jewish
Charities Family Welfare De-
partment formed a mental hy-
giene clinic, in cooperation with
the University of Michigan
Psycopathic Hospital, which was
the first no•-government men-
tal hygience clinic in Detroit.

preme Court's decision voiding
"Rule 9," the Michigan Coordi-
nating Council on Civil Rights
indicated that the problems of
discrimination in housing still
exist, and there is an even great-
er urgency for the enactment of
legislation affirming the prin-
ciples of "Rule 9."
The Coordinating Council con-
curs with Governor Romney's
declaration that the principles of
"Rule 9" should be enacted into
law by the Legislature.
The Coordinating Council has
prepared an Omnibus Civil Rights
Bill that would effectively com-
bat discrimination in housing

on such extraneous factors as
race, religion, national origin or
ancestry.
Edward M. Turner, chairman
of the steering committee of the
Coordinating Council, indicated
that the Omnibus Bill supported
by the Coordinating Council for
introduction in the legislature
this year addresses itself to the
subtle and evil discrimination
that exists in the areas of em-
ployment, education, public ac-
commodations and housing.

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21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 15, 1963

Shapiro-
Mindell
Engagement Told

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