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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, March 15, 1963 — 22

Irene Rubin Will
Wed Martin Ross

MUMFORD
U

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By RUDENE MEYERSOHN

- - MISS IRENE RUBIN

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Rubin
of Pennington Dr. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Irene Frances, to -Martin H.
Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bar-
- ney A. Ross of Greenview Rd.
• The bride-elect is a student
- at Wayne State' University,
;-.School of Music Education. Her
fiance is a graduate of Wayne
State College of Business Ad-
ministration. A June 9 wedding
is planned. '

Suggestions Invited
on Zionists' Israel
Independence_ Program

Plans for the forthcoming city-
wide celebration of the 15th anni-
versary of Israel's independence
will be one of the principal items
to be discussed at a special
meeting of the Zionist Council
of Detroit noon Wednesday at
the Jewish Community Council
offices.
Rabbi Leon Fram, Zionist
Council chairman, said this will
be a luncheon meeting.
The Detroit celebration will
be held on April 28 at Mumford
High School. A prominent Israeli
diplomat will deliver the keynote
address. There will also be an
artistic program.
Dr. Fram stated he would
welcome suggestions from the
community as a whole regarding
the pro g r win. These can be
mailed to his attention, care of
the Jewish Community Council,
163 Madison, Suite 225, Detroit
26.

Hillel Day School
P.T.O. to Hear Lloyd

The activities of the. June
graduating class have been get-
ting underway under the aus-
pices of the newly elected class
officers and the committee
chairmen.
The officers are President
Mickey Eisenberg, Vice-Presi-
dent Marty Katz, Secretary
Vicki Miller, and Treasurer
Ross Fridson. The chairmen of
the various committees are
program, Steve Fisher and
Susie Levitt; prom, David Av-
rin and Merle Weston; social,
Steve Lefkowitz and Marilyn
Pershin; commencement, Patty
Parker - and Bruce Finsilver;
finance, Ross Fridson; flower,
motto, gift, publicity, . Nancy
Lui and Jimmy Parker; and
honors convocation, Judy Mill-
man and Marty Greenberg.
One of the. first senior class
activities is the annual Sadie
Hawkins Dance which will be
held on April 5 in the Mumford
gym. May 29 and Memorial Day
weekend has been selected as
the time for the annual senior
class trip to Washington, D. C.
The Mumiord Parents Club
has taken over the Vanguard
Theater on May 7 for their an-
nual fund-raising effort. The
play "Little Mary Sunshine" is
a musical which satirizes the
old-time operettas. Proceeds
raised by this event will be
used primarily for providing
scholarships for needy and
qualified- seniors. Tickets are on
sale and may be reserved by
calling Sam Harvith, 342-1897,
or Mrs. Leslie Bloom, 862-3257.
The next open meeting of the
Mumford Parent's Club, 8:15
p. m. Wednesday, will be de-
voted to a discussion of the
basic required subjects that stu-
dents must have in order to
graduate and to qualify for
whatever field they plan to en-
ter, dr for college.
Several of the department
heads will be prepared to an-
swer questions and discuss
problems. This meeting will be
valuable for students who will
be preparing their programs for
next semester in the near fu-
ture and they are urged to at-
tend with their parents.

Donald J. Lloyd, associate
professor of English at Wayne
State University, will be the
speaker at a meeting of the
Hillel Day School P.T.O., 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Oak Technion Chapter
Park Jewish Center.
The topic of discussion will Will Hear Herman,
be "Perception, Reception, De-
ception—How to Read and be Head of Institute
Basil Herman, administrator
Right." Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited. of Technion, the Israel Institute
of Technology, will address a
general meeting of the Detroit
Chapter of the American Tech-
nion Society, 10 a.m. Sunday at
the 10 Mile Road Jewish Cen-
FOR PASSOVER
ter.
A film, "The City of Tech-
Available in
nion," will also be shown.
a Variety of
Herman has directed the
Flavors.
Technion program of new build-
ing and expansion since 1959.

He is also responsible for ac-
ademic and administrative per-
Famous for
sonnel in the "M.I.T. of the
QUALITY and
Middle East."
Prior to his appointment to
KASH RUTH
Technion, he represented the
State of Israel in the United
States, as director of informa-
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The Vladimiritzer Emergency
Relief Organization will hold its
annual banquet March 31 at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods, an-
nounces President Samuel
Kayne. Chairmen are L. Rose
and P. Rossen. For tickets, call
Rose, DI 1-2311.

Young Women's
Bicur Cholem Will
Hold Donor Event

Young Women's Bicur Cho-
lem Organization is sponsoring
a donor luncheon Tuesday at
the Raleigh House, featuring a
professional fashion show.
Mrs. Bernard Sumner, 1st
vice-president and fund-raising
chairman, has
been designat-
ed as donor
luncheon
chairman b y
Mrs . Henry
Golden, presi-
dent. Her com-
mittees are
headed by
Mrs. Sumner Mrs. Henry
Schwartz, UN 4-3056 and
Mrs. Simon Shifman, ticket
chairmen, who may be called
for tickets, and Mrs. Joseph
Viedrah and Mrs. David Ber-
man, special projects chairmen.
This organization gives needy
families in Detroit allotments
of money, food, clothing, medi-
cine and household goods and
has been dedicated in its efforts
for 28 years to help the dis-
tressed to regain their health
and employment.
Most of the funds raised will
be earmarked for equipment
for the Children's Hospital and
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
During recent years, equipment
was donated to the Penrickton
School for the Visually Handi-
capped, Coldwater State Home
and Training School, Coldwa-
ter, Michigan, Rehabilitation
Center, Haven Farm and the
Detroit Society for Crippled
Children. This group also spon-
sors parties for the patients at
Northville State Hospital,
Northville, Michigan and the
Wayne County General Hospi-
tal.

Livonia Sisterhood
Will Hold Donor

The Livonia Jewish Congre-
gation Sisterhood will hold its
donor luncheon and fashion
show, featuring its own mem-
bers as models, noon Wednes-
day at the Kenwood Lounge.
One of the prizes will be a
week vacation at the Thunder-
bird Day Camp for. a . boy or
girl.
To model spring accessories
and furs will
Mesdames Sam
Friedman, Joseph Gantz, Mor-
ris Goldberg, Morris Herman,
Norman Herman, Ignatz San-
ders, Asher Smith, Murray
Weinbaum and Irwin Wright.
A special guest will be
TV personality Sonny Eliot.
Friends are invited. Far in-
formation, call Mrs. Morris
Gural, GR 4-0747.

Community Council
Plans Ghetto Program

Detroit's city-wide commem-
oration of the Warsaw ghetto
uprising will be held 8 p.m.
April 7 at Cong. Adas Shalom,
it was announced by Irving
Pokempner and Sidney M.
Shevitz, chairman and co-chair-
man, respectively, of the Cul-
ture Commission of the Jewish
Community Council under
whose auspices the event is
annually arranged.
Pokempner and Shevitz urge
individuals and organizations to
reserve the date and to plan to
attend the special program being
arranged to mark this 20th
anniversary of the uprising.

Radomer Aid Society
Holds Annual Banquet

Radomer Aid and Ladies So-
ciety will hold their annual ban-
quet 6 p.m. Sunday at the Gem-
iluth Chassodim Synagogue.
Nathan Wolok, president, ap-
pointed Ben Halper, chairman;
Sam Rubin, toast master; and
Copel Loberman, floor manager.
Charlie Weiner's Orchestra
will provide music for dancing
and entertainment. Proceeds go
to charity.

JNF Women Will Cite
Outstanding Members

Brevities

A new monthly trade maga-
zine for the auto service, re-
pair and replacement market
will be introduced in April.
Morton D. Smerling, 38, of
20058 Trinity, who will be
editor-publisher of A U T 0
SERVICE AND MAINTEN-
ANCE, said that while the. new
magazine will be circulated
mainly to auto repair shops,
gasoline service stations, car
dealer service departments and
fleet operators, it also will go
to manufacturers, warehousers,
distributors, jobbers and whole-
salers of auto parts, supplies,
and equipment. Editorial and
advertising offices are located
at 2216 Penobscot Bldg.
* * *
DETROIT TOWN HALL
SERIES will present world
famous choreographer Agnes de
Mille in a lecture entitled "Dance
to the Piper" 11 a.m. Wednesday
at the Fisher Theater in the last
program of the season. Luncheon
will follow at the Detroit Boat
Club. For student tickets,- call
WO 3-5617, or pick up at the
box office Wednesday morning.
* * *
The 1963 edition of the
PASSOVER KOSHER DIREC-
TORY of the Orthodox Union,
containing a record listing of
rabbinically-certified K o s h e r-
for-Passover foods and related
products has been published.
Copies are available without
charge on request to Orthodox
Union, 84 Fifth Ave., New York
11, N. Y.
* *
SAN FRANCISCO BALLET
will perform at 8:20 p.m. March
23 at Masonic Auditorium. "Jest
of Cards" will make its Detroit
premiere as part of the Masonic
Auditorium performance. Tick-
ets are now on sale at the box
office and at Grinnell's down-
town.

The Women's Auxiliary of
the Jewish National Fund will
honor its life members of 1962
at its annual membership meet-
ing 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Beth
Aaron Synagogue.
Mrs. Gertrude Scheur, mem-
bership chairman, will be in
charge of a citation ceremony
honoring Mesdames Anna Frai-
berg, Irving Goldberg, Belle Ka-
minsky, Sarah Markowitz, Sig-
mund Rohlik, Ruth Spoon and
M. Stark.
The afternoon's program will
feature a talk by Robert Garel-
ick of the Garelick Gallery en-
titled "Art Collecting for the
Home." Garelick will illustrate
his talk with various paintings
and graphics.
An ,invitation to all w
omen
interested is extended to attend
the dessert luncheon at 12:30
p.m., preceding the meeting,
and the art lecture to follow.

Shutterbugs Meet

The Jewish Center Camera
Club will meet 8:15 p.m. Mon-
day.-There will be a print com-
petition—black and white only,
on portraits, emotions and gen-
eral. Guests are welcome.

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great idea in whose name men
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