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February 15, 1963 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-15

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3 Michigan Region of Women's ORT
Enrolls 'First Lady' as Member

People Make News

MANNHEIM, Germany,
(JTA) — Actress Elizabeth
Bergner, who as a Jewess was
forced to leave Germany when
the Nazis came to power, was
awarded the 1962 Schiller Prize.
The audience at the ceremonies
at which she was cited gave her
an enthusiastic ovation. The
prize carries 10,000 Deutsch-
marks ($2,500).

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Pinsker Aid Will
Hold Histadrut Night

BRUSSELS — The first syna-
gogue in the history of Charleroi,
a Belgian town of 1,000 Jews,
will be dedicated on Feb. 24.
The synagogue was erected by
the Charleroi Jewish community.
Its dedication will mark the first
time since before World War II
that a synagogue recognized by
the Belgian government and the
Jewish Consistory will be inaug-
urated in the presence of gov-
ernment officials.

Pinsker Progressive Aid So-
ciety President Sam Rosenberg
announces "Histadrut Night"
will be held 9 p.m. Tuesday at
the Labor Zionist Institute.
A premier showing of the
techni-color film "A Night in
Israel," with narration and
songs by Frank Sinatra, will be
presented. Refreshments will be
served by Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Lipsitz.

Cage Finals at Center

. ■
Young Adults Invited
to Social Singles Dance

The first round in the play-
offs of the top four basketball
teams in the MIC League will be
held Thursday night at the Jew-
ish Center. The Center will be
host for the finals also, begin-
ning 7 p.m. Feb. 23.

LI 8-9797

COLOR
eric -bennett

BRUSSELS, (JTA)—An Ac-
MORRIS S HE NK E R, St.
tions Committee to Help North Louis attorney and civic leader,
African Jews was formed here will receive the Israel Commen-
at a meeting attended by repre- dation Award, the highest
sentatives of all Belgian Jewish honor bestowed by the Israel
organizations.
Bond- Organization, in recogni-
The committee approved tion of his leadership in behalf
plans - to launch a campaign be- i of Israel's economic develop-
tween Feb. 25 and March 25 for ment, it was announced today
funds for the refugees from ' by Abraham Feinberg, presi-
North Africa. !dent of the Israel Bond Organi-
The committee was created .zation. The presentation will be
after the delegates heard a re- made at a dinner March 31
port ,.rom a representative of in St. Louis.
* * *
the American Joint Distribution
The Provident Life & Accident
Committee on the needs of the
North African Jews, particular- Insurance Company has an-
ly those who settled in France. nounced that its representa-
The Keren Hayesod, which had tive, HAROLD S. NORMAN, has
been scheduled to launch its qualified for the 1963 Million
annual campaign among ,Belgian Dollar Round Table for the 11th
Jews on Feb. 17, decided to consecutive year. He set a per-
delay the campaign for a few sonal production record for the
weeks. month of January, 1963, by ex-
ceeding 21/2 million dollars in
written business.
Belgian Town Gets

First Synagogue

SAMMY
WOOLF

Eric Rosenow

Belgium Jews Start
Drive to Aid North
African Refugees

A Histadrut
Exclusive

NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
Hebrew Home for the Aged in
Riverdale, announced that it
has been awarded a grant of
$180,000 by the National Insti-
tute of Health, Education and
Welfare. This money is to be
used for a three-year demon-
stration Sheltered Workshop
Program.

MRS. LEONARD WEINER of
TRYGVE LIE, who served as
Detroit, a vice-president of the secretary-general of the United
National Council of Jewish Nations when its General As-
Women, has been elected to sembly voted for the establish-
the board of directors of the ment of the State of Israel, will
National Foundation for Jew- be the guest of honor at the
ish Culture. Mrs. Weiner has nationwide celebration of
been active in the Council and Israel's 15th anniversary, under
other civic and philanthropic the auspices of the Israel Bond
MUSIC ! ENTERTAINMENT !
activities for many years, and Organization. The celebration
is a former president of the De- will be held March 2, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami
troit Section of the NCJW.
* * *
Beach, as the high point of the
FIRST CLASS SCOUT BEN- ; three-day inaugural conference
JAMIN ADLER, son of Mr. and for Israel Bonds starting March
and his orchestra
Mrs. M o r d e c h a i Adler, and
UN 1-2953 UN 3-6501
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*
FIRST CLASS SCOUT BURTON
JUDGE HENRY ELLENBO-
LEIB, son of Dr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Leib, were presented Ner GEN has been named presiding
PLASTIC
Tamid Religious A wards for judge of the Common Pleas
"outstanding devotion to their Court of Allegheny County. He
SLIPCOVERS
religion and personal service to is president of the Pittsburgh
Custom-Made
their synagogue" at Boy Scout Chapter of the Jewish National
8 Gauge - Glass Clear
PROTECT-O-COVZR
Troop 135 Scout Week Sabbath I Fund.
DI 1-1000
services at Cong. Bnai David.
18055 JAMES COUZENS
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MERTON J. SEGAL, of 801
0. Roy Chalk, industrialist W. 11 Mile Road, in Royal Oak,
of Washington, D.C., and promi- is now general agent for the
nent communal and civic leader, Bankers Security Life Insur-
'las been nam- ance Society of New York. For-
His Continental Orchestra
ed national merly, he served as general
chairman of agent fo the Postal Life Insur-
and Entertainment
the Welfare ance Company.
* * *
UN 3-7626
Fund Cities
SAMUEL BRONFMAN, vice-
Appeal of the
American Jew: president of the World Jewish
ish Commit- Congress and chairman of the
tee's ,190 Ap- North American Executive, was
peal for Hu- received by Prime Minister Sir
man Relations, Alexander Bustamante of
. it was an- Jamaica, during his recent visit
0. R. Chalk
flounced by A. to Kingston.
Af Your Favorite
M. Sonnabend, of Boston, presi-
Hall or Synagogue
dent of the Committee and na-
CANDIDS
PORTRAITS
tional general chairman of the
MOVIES
Appeal. The 1963 Appeal goal
Black & White
of $3,767,000 will support the
and
Committee's worldwide human
Member of
relations program.
Kosher Caterers Ass'n.
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8440- W. 6 MILE
of Metropolitan Detroit
UN 2-5506
DR. MAURICE • J. TEITEL-
BAUM has been elected presi-
when you care enough to remember . . .
dent of the board of trustees of
the Newark (New Jersey) Pub-
lic Library.

Michigan Region of Women's American ORT (Organization
for Rehabilitation Through Training), currently engaged in a
nationwide membership campaign, enrolled a distinguished
prospect last week in the person of the state's First Lady. Mrs.
George Romney (center) was made an honorary member by
Mrs. Nathan H. Schlafer, regional president. Mrs. Daniel C.
Siegel (right), membership chairman,. beamed her approval
after "pinning" Mrs. Romney. The drive will be culminated on
"ORT Day," March 6, with special ceremonies at the Royal
Theater. Governor Romney has proclaimed March 6 as ORT
Day throughout Michigan. Increased membership will help to
support the organization's 600 vocational training schools in
20 countries.

Actress Liz Bergner
Wins German Award

N. Y. Home for Aged
Gets $180,000 Grant

Single, Jewish, young adults
(21-35) are invited to attend a
dance to be given by the Social
Singles 9 p.m. Sunday, at the
Jewish Center.
Music will be furnished by
Zan Gilbert and his orchestra.
"Brotherhood is not only a Refreshments will be served.
generous impulse but also a Tickets may be purchased at
devine command."—Harry S. the door. For information, call
Truman
DI 1-4200.

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