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May 03, 1963 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-03

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Honor Pioneer W omen at Luncheon' Start Redeeming Cohen-Schqvartz

$1,000,000 Bond
Purchases Here

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Receiving scrolls for their leadership in the Detroit Pioneer
Women's Council Israel Bond Award Luncheon are (from
left) : Mrs. Moe Saslove, Mrs. Milton Weiss, and (far right)
Mrs. Norman Leern.on, Council president. Presenting the. awards
(second from right) is Mrs. Max Stollman, Israel Bond Women's
Division co-chairman. More than $35,000 in Israel Bonds were
subscribed at the luncheon in the Town and Country Club
attended by over 300 women. Molly Picon was the guest of
honor and her husband, Jacob Kalish, also received an award.

Bnai Brith Institute of Judaism Will
Feature Dr. Eisenstein at Tamarack

The annual Institute of Juda-
ism sponsored by the Metro-
politan Detroit and Michigan
Bnai Brith Men's and Women's
Council will be held on May 17-
19 at Camp Tamarack, advises
Bernard Panush, Institute chair-
man. The guest speaker will be
Dr. Ira Eisenstein, who will
deliver a set of three lectures
on the theme "What Can A
Modern Jew Believe?"
Eisenstein served as leader
of the Society for Advancement
of Judaism from 1931 to 1954,
when he was invited to become
Rabbi of Anshe Emet Syna-
gogue in Chicago (1954-59). He
assumed his duties as president
of the Jewish Reconstructionist
Movement and editor of the Re-
constructionist Ma g a z i n e in
1959. He was president of the
Rabinnical Assembly of Amer-
ica from 1952-54.
Panush states that the pur-
pose of the Institute is to pro-
mote the quest for Jewish know-
ledge and the understanding of
our Jewish heritage.
Also participating in the In-
stitute will be Rabbi Harold
White of Ann Arbor, who will
be in charge of the Sabbath
services; Cantor Reuven Frank-
el of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
who will chant the evening and
morning prayers; Hy Crystal,
executive secretary of Bnai
Brith, who will lead a late
Friday night song session; Lou
Barden, who will M.C. the Sat-
urday evening entertainment;
Peninan Freankel, who will lead
in Israeli dancing and songs
and many other features.
Mrs. Rose Fox is co-chairman
of the Institute; Mrs. Isaac
Beniam and Harry Dubin in
charge of registration; Harry
Oberstein, Mrs. Yetta Hertz and
Mrs. Morris Fishkin in charge
of room assignments; Mrs. Jack
Friedman and Mrs. Phillip
Goren are the Maitresses de la
Cuisine; • Miss Elsie Rodd as
chief photographer; Al Bunis

Mizrachi Hatzair Will
Hold Youth Meetings

Mizrachi Hatzair, led by Rev.
erend Marshall Goldman, will
have 'weekly youth groups meet
at the Mizrachi Office, 17596
Wyoming avenue, at 5 p.m. every
Sababth afternoon for cultural
activities. Included in this pro-
gram will be Israeli singing and
dancing, and refreshments will
be served.
Group leaders are Debby Bau-
mer, Barbara Rothenberg, Sheila
Goldschlag, Marlene Cern, Susan
Bentheim, Sharon Burg, Faye
Applebaum, Marvin Kratzke and
Irwin Cohen.
The executive committee of
Mizrachi Hatzair, Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Segal, Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Lax and Reverend Goldman
will be on hand.

as chairman of ritual commit-
tee; Mrs. Philip Fealk and Mrs.
Harry Bodzin will have a spe-
cial book store display of books
of Jewish content.
The three major sessions will
be chaired by Harry Yudkoff,
member supreme Lodge Board
of Governors; Mrs. Phillip
Fealk, vice-president of district
No. 6 Women's Council; and
by Mrs. Morris Tack, past presi-
dent of District No. 6 Women's
Council. Greetings will be ex-
tended by Mrs. Charles Galin-
sky, president, Women's Coun-
cil, and Maurice Zeiger, presi-
dent of the Men's Council. Mrs.
Robert Coggan, chairman of the
national executive, and Paul
Liebert, chairman of District 6,
will also participate.

MUMFORD

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By RUDENE MEYERSOHN

The curtain will rise 8 p.m.
today on Mumford's spring
play, "Dinny and the Witches,"
by William Gibson.
The cast includes David Bi-
ber, Rita Cole, Lee Flashen-
berg, M arty Greenberg, Ron
Grossman, Jack Henchen, Jacki
Kaplan, Ken Laker, Susan Le-
bowitz, Elaine Messer, Mike
Perlin, Mina Jo Rosenbloom,
Dawn Silver, Danny Syme and
Lynn Thompson.
The June 1963 Senior Class
has chosen for their class mot-
to, "The significance of man
is not in what he attains but
in what he strives to attain,"
from the book "Sand and
Foam," by Kahill Gibran. The
color, flower, motto, gift and
publicity committee has submit-
ted olive and haze blue as the
class colors, the Nigella (love in
a mist) as class flower.
Arrangements and auditions
are being made for the senior
vaudeville show which will be
held on May 24. The annual
senior picnic will be held on
May 18 and the activities of
the Senior Class will culminate
with the Senior Prom on June
20.

Rovner-Lachowitcher
to Hold Annual Event

The Rovner-Lachowitcher Aid
Society will hold its annual Kido-
shim Memorial Service and Israel
anniversary celebration 8:30 p.m.
May 9 at Cong. Beth Yehudah,
17556 Wyoming. Yosef Zvi Sie-
gel will officiate. The public is
invited.

Detroiters will receive ap-
proximately $1,000,000 this year
in the redemption of the first
Israel Bonds, it was announced
by Tom Borman, general chair-
man of the Detroit Israel Bond
Committee.
The bonds purchased by De-
troiters in 1951, when the first
Israel Bonds were issued are
being repaid as of May 1. Ap-
proximately $24,500,000 in prin-
cipal and interest will be paid
in the U. S. during the last
eight months of 1963.
The maturing Savings Bonds
are of the 12-year Israel Inde-
pendence Issue, which was
floated in the United States in
May, 1951, when Prime Minis-
ter David Ben-Gurion came to
this country for that purpose.
Since then more than $600,000,-
000 in Israel Bonds have been
sold.
The Independence Issue was
followed by the Development
and the 2nd Development Is-
sues.
The Coupon Bonds of the In-
dependence issue will mature
in 1966.
The Bondholders may turn
their Bonds into their own or
any commercial bank for col-
lection or they may receive
assistance from the Israel
Bond Office, 8522 W. McNich-
ols, DI 1-5707.
Detroiters bought $2,041,700
in Israel Savings and Coupon
Bonds in 1951, when Max Osnos
was Israel Bond chairman here
and Mrs. Theodor Bargman was
Women's Division chairman.
In the last 12 years Detroiters
have purchased $13,500,000 in
Israel Bonds.

MISS MARLENE COHEN

Mr. and Mrs. Myer Cohen of
Chelsea, Mass., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Marlene J., to William A.
Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Schwartz of Nadol Ave.,
Southfield.
The bride-elect received her
associate in science degree from
Fisher Junior College in Boston.
Her fiance, formerly of South-
field and now living in New York
City, was graduated from Wayne
State University School of Busi-
ness Administration. A Sept. 8
wedding is planned.

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COI-sets Ay 8va: •

Dr. Hertz' Sermon on
School Issue Placed
in Congress Record

By RANDY ZUSMAN
Southfield's chorus, under the
direction of V. Kochenderfer,
will present its annual spring
concert 8 p.m. today with 300
students participating.
The seniors will cruise the
Great Lakes for this year's senior
trip May 30 to June 2.
Bagel-bake sales, a car wash
and a basketball game are being
sponsored by the senior class to
benefit leukemia research. The
bake sales will be held during
lunch hours on Wednesdays.
The junior-senior prom, featur-
ing Warney Ruhl and his orches-
tra, will be held May 11 at Lov-
ett Hall, Greenfield Village.
Teenagers are needed to help
raise funds by cannister solicita-
tion for the Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital,
May 5-9. For information, call
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Postmaster Issues
Warning Against
Mailbox Vandalism

A recent rash of fires in
street mail boxes is causing the
Detroit Post Office serious con-
cern.
Postmaster Edward L. Baker
said there have been six separate
cases of such fires reported to
him in the last two weeks. Over
the past year, 25 fires in mail
boxes have been discovered, in-
volving hundreds of pieces of
first-class mail, some of which
have been completely destroyed
and others seriously damaged.
Postal inspectors have been
plagued with investigations, not
only of fires, but other forms of
vandalism as well, involving cor-
ner mail boxes.
According to postal officials
the mischief appears to be prin-
cipally the work of juveniles and
generally is not confined to any
particular area of the city, one at
10-Mile and Roanoke, Oak Park.
Postmaster Baker said police
have been alerted to the increas-
ing problem and are working
closely with the Postal Inspectors
in apprehending offenders. He
pointed out the offense is a seri-
ous one carrying penalties up to
three years and $1,000 fine.
Appealing to citizens for their
cooperation, Baker said, "I would
like to urge all parents to ad-
monish their children to refrain
from tampering with mail boxes
and to report to the police im-
mediately any indication of mail
box vandalism observed in their
neighborhood."

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