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March 08, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-08

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Council's Ord Delegate Assembly
to Be Addressedby Isaac Toubin

The season's third .delegate
assembly of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, according to
Stanley J. Winkelman, presi-
dent, will convene 8:30 p.m.
March 20 at the Jewish Center.
In keeping with the Council's
25th anniversary celebration,
the theme of all delegate assem-
blies throughout this season . is
"Then and Now." . In observing
this theme, the program portion
of the forthcoming - assembly
will be.concerned with an analy-
sis of the new problems and
situations faced by American
Jewry of the 60's. The -program
will highlight . an address by
ISaac Toubin, executive direc-
tor of the American Association
for Jewish Education on the
topic of "The Developing Jewish
Community: Problems, Pros-

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pects, Goals."
Toubin will discuss the effect
of the American environment
on historic and traditional Jew-
ish values, the emerging role
and function of an American
Jewish community, the respon-
sibilities of the Jewish commu-
nity to its own internal strength,
to its cultural continuity and tO
issues of broader social con-
cerns such as civil. rights.
Toubin's presentation will be
preceded by remarks and ques-
tions directed to the speaker by
Dr. Samuel Krohn, chairman of
the Internal Relations Commit-
tee and Irving Pokempner, chair-
man of the Culture Commission.
Mrs. Philip Bernstein, chair-
man of the delegate assembly
planning committee, which ar-
ranged the program, noted that
the format of the program will
allow time for a discussion of .
questions raised by the dele-
gates.
The business portion of the
meeting which will precede the
program will include a summary
of current Council activities by
the executive director, Walter
E. Klein, and a report of the
nominating committee submit-
ted by Hyman Safran.
Under Council procedure, ad-
ditional nominations for candi-
dates for officers and Executive
Committee vacancies may be
made by petitions signed by five
delegates and submitted to the
Council office within 14 days
after the forthcoming delegate
assembly. The elections will be
.held at the season's final meet-
ing.
A social hour will follow the
conclusion of the assembly.

Judy Ascher Wins
DAR Honor at Ford

• Judy Ascher has been chosen
as winner of the "Good Citizen
Award of the Year" at Henry
Ford High School.
The award is sponsored by the
Louisa St. Clair Chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revo-
lution. Judy is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ascher of
Pembroke Ave.

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AJC Chapters Will Offer Debate
New Constitution with Mrs. Foerch, Nord

Four chapters of the Women's elected delegate to the Con-Con,
Division, American Jewish Con- was vice-chairman of the Com-
gress — Brandeis, Emma Laz- mittee on Legislative Organi-
arus, Northeast and Northwest zation and author of the Com-
—have combined to offer a pro- mittee's Minority Report on Ap-
gram presenting the facts for portionment.
Refreshments will be served
and against the new Michigan
constitution, which will be before the program begins.
voted on in the election of Guests are welcome.
April 1.
The meeting will be held
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Holi-
day Manor.
Mrs. Robert Fderch will pre-
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new constitution. She is vice-
At Your Favorite
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League of Women Voters and
Hall or Synagogue
state chairman of the. League
program on the constitution.
Dr. Melvin Nord, Detroit at-
MRS. LYLE COLEMAN
torney and head of Dr. Nord's
Member of
Brenda Rochelle Berg be- Bar Review Course, will speak
Kosher Caterers Ass'n.
came the bride of Lyle Irwin against adoption of the new
of Metropolitan Detroit
Coleman in a candlelight cere- constitution. Nord was an
mony performed March 2 by
Dr. Leon Fram, Rabbi M.
when you care enough to remember .
Robert Syme and Cantor Harold
Orbach at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
David H. Berg, of Strathcona Dr.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Coleman
of Indiana Ave.
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Mogilever Aid Society
Will Celebrate 33rd
Anniversary at Banquet

The Mogilever Progressive Aid
Society will hold its 33rd anni-
versary banquet .5 p.m. March 17
at the Sholem .Aleichem Insti-
tute, announces Morris Arotzky,
secretary.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Sarah Wohl. Committee heads in-
clude Becky Brodsky and Mr.
and Mrs. George Lellchook.
The president's message will
be delivered by Morris Brown.
Other new officers include
Charles Rubin, vice-president;
Sam Wohl and Arotzky, secre-
taries; H. Charsofsky, treasurer;
Mr. and Mrs. George Lellchook,
hospitalers; and _H. Gottlieb,
trustee.

Oak Park Nursery
to Hear Miss Barbour

The Oak Park Co-operative
Nursery School will meet 8:30
p. m. March 14 at the Key
School. Jean Barbour, commu-
nity worker of the Area Serv-
ices Association, will address
the group. Her topic will be
"Questions and Icebergs".
Plans for a fund -raisin g
bridge party will also be dis-
cussed. For information, con:
tact Lita Zemmol, membership
chairman, LI 7-4998.

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