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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-10

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Dedicate Ehrlich Auditorium at Linda Taylor Will Dr. Haber Will Be Guest of Honor
Annual UHS Mee ting; Edwin Wolf Wed Don Smart at State Women's ORT Imperial Ball
The Imperial Ball, sponsored he has starred. Mrs. Harry
Guest Speaker at May 21 Program
by the Michigan Region of Becker, national executive

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid'ay, Nay 10, 1963 —


The auditorium of the Esther
Berman Building of the United
Hebrew Schools will be named
in honor of Dora Ehrlich and in
memory of Joseh H. Ehrlich, at
at the schools' annual meeting
at the Berman Branch on Tues-
day, May 21.
A buffet dinner will precede
the annual meeting at which Ed-
win Wolf II, of Philadelphia,
president of the National Foun-
dation for Jewish Culture and
past president of the Jewish
Publication Society of America,
will be guest speaker.
Participants in the Ehrlich
Auditorium dedication ceremon-
ies will be Abe Srere and Man-
dell L. Berman.
Officers will be elected at this
meeting, to which the public is
invited after 8 p.m.
Nominated as members of the
board of directors for a three-
year term ending June 1, 1966,'
Mandell L. Berman, Morris J.
Brandwine, Irwin I. Cohn, Law-
rence W. Crohn, Alfred Deutsch,
Mrs. Stanley Friedman, Philip
Gilbert, Gordon Ginsberg, Harry

Pfeffer and Ball
to Debate Issue
of Church, S tate

Gunsberg, Jacob Kellman, Jay
Rosenshine, David Safran, Louis
Schostak, Jack Tobin, Benjamin
Weiss, and Harry Yudkiff.
Chairman of the nomination
committee is Gordon Ginsberg
and chairman of the planning
committee is. George M. Zeit.

Women's American ORT, will
be held 7 p.m. Saturday at the
Sheraton Cadillac Hotel, accord-
ing to Mrs. Eugene Epstein,
Guests will dance to Hal Gor-
don's music. Broadway singer-
actor David Atkinson will sing
numbers from shows in which

Commitment of
Retarded Youth
Study Begins

160 Honor Kent
at Center Fete

The Michigan Department of
Mental Health, in cooperation
with Plymouth State Home and
Training School, received a
federal grant of $155,000 for .a
two-year project to try and de-
termine factors which cause par-
ents to seek commitment for
their children. This grew out of
the first year's study of the Out-
Patient Clinic's efforts of the
Plymouth State Home and Train-
ing School by the staff of that
institution who realized that
large numbers of infants were
being committed in spite of pres.
ent day knowledge which be-
speaks against this type of pro-
gramming for the mentally re-
Because of the delay in com-
munity acceptance and utiliza-
tion of new information and
knowledge, and because of the
overcrowding in installations, it
was felt that a study of commit- -
ments, especially of children
under the age of ten, was in
order to try and effect a pro-
gram of education and imple-
mentation of new information
which recommends community
service programs as opposed to
residential programs for young
children. Results of the study
will be used to direct efforts of
a limited staffing to the more
pertinent areas in the com-
munity which produce such deci-
The ideas which were devel-
oped at Plymouth State Home as
the result of their Out-Patient
activities were organized and ap-
proved by the Central Office
which prepared the grant. The
study will be under the direc-
tion of Dr. V. A. Stehman, dep-
uty director of the Department
of Mental Health, State of Mich-
igan, and Dr. R. I. Jaslow, medi_
cal superintendent at Plymouth
State Home. Dr. Gwen An-
drews, Chief of the Depart-
ment's Research section will
conduct the survey and Leroy
Watts, social service director at
Plymouth State Home and Train-
ing School, will direct the col-
lection of information.

"Two Views on Church-State
Problems" will be debated next
Thursday, at 8 p.m.; by Leo
Pfeffer and William B. Ball, at
Cooley High
School, 15055
Pfeffer is di-
rector and gen-
eral counsel of
the American
Jewish C o n-
gress. Ball is
executive d
rector and gen-
eral counsel of
the Pennsyl-
vania Catholic
Welfare Com.
The discussion will deal with
a variety of church-state prob-
lems, including the public bus
transportation for private and
parochial school students, shared
time programs, federal aid to
parochial schools, reading and
distribution of the Bible in pub-
lic schools, and prayers in the
public schools. The recent action
of the Michigan Legislature in
approving the school bus bill;
and the Cherry Hill experiment
with "shared time" add to the
timeliness of the public discus-
There will be a question pe-
riod to permit audience. partici-
pation. The meeting is being Friedman Is President
sponsored by the Metropolitan
Detroit Branch of the American of Camping Association
Civil Liberties Union. It will be
Bernard Friedman, attorney
held in the auditorium of the and owner-director of Camp
Cooley High School, located at Tanuga, has been elected presi-
15055 Hubbell, near Fenkell.
dent of the
Camping As-
Kaufman to Speak at
sociation for a
Farband Rally May 11
two-year term.
A veteran of
Probate Judge Ira G. Kauf-
camping f o r
man' will be the guest - speaker
23 years he
at the Yom Ha-Atzmaut celebra-
is the past
tion sponsored by Farband
Branch No. 114 at 8:30 p.m. to-
of the legis-
morrow at the Labor Zionist In-
lation committee of the Asso-
The affair, on behalf of Is- ciation. The Association ob-
rael Bonds, is in advance of the served American Camp Week
Harry L. Schumer Labor Zionist May 1-8.
"Man of the Decade" testimoni•
al. The Israeli Ensemble will Elazar to Lecture
furnish a program of Israeli
music. All members and friends for Arlazaroff Farband
are invited. .
. "The Middle East in the Light
Morris Gelfand is president of Recent Developments" will be
and Mrs. Movsas Goldoftas is discussed by Albert Elazar, sup-
Israel anniversary chairman, erintendent of United Hebrew
with L. Jacobs as co-chairman.
Schools, at a meeting of Arlaz-
aroff Branch of Farband, LZO,
Michigan produces and sells Wednesday evening at the Labor
75% of all the small fruit plants Zionist Institute. Refreshments
marketed within a 600 mile will be served. Friends are in-
radius of its borders.



At a recent cocktail party,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Taylor of Wis-
consin Ave. announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Linda Naomi, to Don Duane
Smart, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.M.
Smart of Mallery Rd., Flint. An
Aug. 11 wedding is planned,
after which the couple will re-
turn to their graduate studies at
Michigan State University.

JiNif Activities

MAN AUXILARY recent ly
elected Mrs. Sam Wagner as
president. Other officers include
Mesdames William Sniderman
and Marvin Adler, vice-presi-
dents; Hy Bialick and Maurice
Shepherd, secretaries; Alfred
Stanley, treasurer; Sol Shpargel
and Joseph Gorrelick, conduc-
tresses; William Levitt, chap-
lain; Louis Bialick, historian;
and Morris Baker, guard.
* * *
announces newly elected offi-
cers are Mesdames William
Greenberg, president; -Morris
Elken and Sol Goldberg, vice-
presidents; Louis Wagner, treas-
urer; Morris Greenberg and
Jack Spiro, conductresses; Bur-
ton Chassin, guard; Martin Ros-
enfeld, chaplain; and John Mil-
halton, historian.
* * *
IARY elected Mesdames Rose
Packman as president; Frances
Green and Ruth Klepner, vice-
presidents; Vera Zendel, chap-
lain; Minnie Hart, instructor;
and Hannah Seinwel and Eliza-
beth Shapero, installing officers.

Institute Announces
Lectures by Zeltzer,
Haar, Camp Opening

George M. Zeltzer, president
of the Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute, will speak 9 p.m. today on
"Ahad Ha-Am: Yesterday and
Today—The Continuing Impact
of His Secularist Philosophy."
The public is invited.
Moishe Haar, director of the
Sholem Aleichem Institute, will
speak on "The Epic Theatre of
Bertolt Brecht" 8:30 p.m. May
15. For tickets call VE 8-7440.
Camp Sashua, the day camp
of the Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute, will open on June 24 under
the direction of Elliot Burns.
For information and registration,
call VE 8-7440.

Name Shaarit Haplaytah
Dinner Dance Committee

The Shaarit Haplaytah, Sur-
vivors of 1945, Mother's Day
dinner dance, at 8:30 p.m., Sat-
urday, at Adas Shalom social
hall, will star Jan Bart. Eric
Rosenow and his orchestra will
play for the dancing.
The committee in charge of
the affair, on behalf of Israel
Bonds, consists of: Joe Gold-
schmid, Martin Rose, Joseph
Kagan, Norman Adelsberg, Irv-
ing Mandell, Gene Klein, Carl
Friedman, JackWalcsberg, Louis
Stern, and Je4ve ,Roth. _

Far in advance of Father's
Day, a warm father-son rela-
tionship was in evidence on
May 2, when, at a luncheon at
the Jewish Center, a father
sponsored the event in honor of
his son who rose to communal
esteem and a judgeship.
Jonas Keywell was host to
160—members of his family,
many friends and members of
the Retired Men's Club at the
Center, in which he is active—
in honor of his son, Judge
George D. Kent.
With former Governor John
B. Swainson as principal speak-
er and Arthur Robbins as toast-
master, the luncheon program
featured as speakers Jonas Key-
well himself, who told of his
son's collegiate work to attain
his law degree and his having
acquired recognition first in the
Prosecutor's office and then as
judge; Rabbi Jacob E. Segal,
Jennie (Mrs. George D.) Kent,
Philip Slomovitz, Irwin Shaw,
Judge Nathan Kaufman and
Morris Horowitz.
The musical program fea-
tured Ruth Goldman as soloist
and Bella Goldberg as accom-
Judge Kent, in his response,
told of his father's encourage-
ment to him in his studies and
in his life's work.

board chairman in charge of
southern states expansion, will
give the invocation.
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan H. Schla-
fer will return from a European
trip, where they visited the ORT
installations, to attend the af-
fair. Dr. William Haber of Ann
Arbor, president of the World
ORT Union and newly appoint-
ed dean of the College of Liter-
ature, Science and the Arts at
University of Michigan, will be
guest of honor.
A new ORT group, the Fair-
view Chapter, was recently or-
ganized with Mrs. Irving Keene,
president. ORT now has 13 chap-
ters with a total membership
of 2,015 in Michigan.
Reservations for the ball may
be made by calling Mrs. Harry
Solomon, LI 2-8272.

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largest body of fresh water in
the world. The combined area
is greater than that of the
Black, the Baltic, the Red, the
White or the Caspian Sea, and
as great as the Adriatic and
Ionian Seas combined.

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