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May 31, 1963 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-31

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Muscular Dystrophy Association Men's Clubs of 4
Will Conduct Door-to-Door Drive Congregations Will

Offer Free Cookbook for Low Salt
Dieters Who Miss a Tasty Meal
.... ............................................................................................

Hold Golf Outing

Men's clubs from four Detroit
area congregations will join for
their annual golf outing on
June 18 at the Tam O'Shanter
Country Club.
Hosts for the occasion are the
Men's Clubs of Temple Beth El,
Temple Emanu-El, Temple Is-
rael and Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Members of each club and their
friends have been invited to
participate.
Activities- planned for the all-
day outing are golf from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m.; swimming in the
heated • Tam O'Shanter pool; ,
The Muscular Dystrophy • Association. will hold a state- special golf contests and enter-
wide, door-to-door fund-raising drive on Tuesday evening. tainment.
Committee members planning the campaign are, from left,
Highlighting the day's events
Mrs. Jack Stein, Mrs. Sam Hamburg, president of Pisgah will be a dinner and program at
A special diet guide and cookbook for low sodium diets
Chapter of Bnai Brith; Patty Duke,_ who won an Oscar for her 7 p.m. Awards and special prizes has been prepared by the makers of Fleischmann's Unsalted
role in "Miracle Worker" and the national youth chairman will be given to winning golf- Corn Oil Margarine. It was prepared to assist those on low
for Muscular Dystrophy; and Mrs. J. D. Manning.
ers, and the club with the win- sodium diets in the planning and preparation of tasty, nutri-
ning foursome will receive the tious and interesting meals. The cookbook reveals subtle culi-
annual golf outing trophy.
nary techniques which can be used to significantly compensate
Tickets are available at any for the lack of salt as a seasoning. For free copies, send name
of the participating congrega- and address to the Jewish News, 17100 W. Seven Mile, Detroit
tions. Non-golfers wishing to at- 35, Michigan.
tend are not assessed for the
A study of the prevailing a qualified teacher in 1962 was cost of golfing.
practices in 12 metropolitan $4,400 to $5,100 in municipal
German-Israel Ties
Earl Ruby - George Marcus
Jewish communities in the public schools, as against $3,200
Urged
in
Bundestag
United States underscores the to $5,000 in Jewish schools
BONN, (JTA)—Prof. Carlo
gap between Jewish school sala- throughout the country.
Schmid, Social Democratic mem-
ries and those in general edu-
Full - time employment in a
CONG. ADAS SHALOM MEN'S
cation.
Jewish school normally means CLUB has installed Jack H. Kauf- ber of the Bundestag, lower
Entitled "Salary Scales for 20 hours of teaching and extra- man as president. Other officers house of parliament here, and
I I
Full-Time Teaching," the study curricular activities in after- are Dr. Louis Beresh, Morris Ze- a vice-president of the body, told
was prepared by the American noon schools or 25 hours in all- lenko, vice-presidents; Donald parliament that West Germany
The NAME To Remember
Association for Jewish Educa- day Jewish schools. A licensed Nusholtz, treasurer; Jonathan D. should establish diplomatic rela-
For Quality CLEANING
tions
with
Israel.
"It
is
wrong,"
tion, a national service agency, Hebrew teacher generally has Hyams, William Schmittel, secre-
Detroit and Suburbs
and the parent body of Bureaus had a bi-cultural and bi-lingual taries; Joseph Koenig, honorary he said "not to establish diplo-
DRIVE IN AND SAVE
of Jewish Education in 43 com- training which in aggregate president; Ben Bayer, Charles matic relations with Israel for
credits and hours of study ex- Benjamin, David Dunsky, Wil- fear of the Arab states."
munities.
Ask About Our
The 12 communities studied ceeds requirements for a gen- liam Farber, Emanuel Feinberg,
were Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, eral bachelor's degree.
STORAGE
PHOTOGRAPHY by
Arthur Gellman, Leo Genser,
$4 9
Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit,
BERNARD H.
The study of 12 communities Aaron Kutnick, Carl Lichtenstein,
BOX
Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapo- revealed that there is a wide Henry Operman, Herman Raskin,
per box—Including
$250
FREE
Insurance
lis, New Haven, New YOrk and gap between the salaries of Malcolm L. Rivkin, Louis Rose,
No Charge for Minor Repairs
Rochester. Detailed breakdowns teachers employed on a full- Saul H. Rose, Philip Rossen,
and Replacing
Common Buttons
are given of the salary provi- time basis in Jewish schools and Daniel Shapiro, Louis Weinstein,
KE 1-8196
sions in these communities, the prevailing salaries for teach- Dr. Theodore Winshall, Moe
Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings
DRAPERIES OUR SPECIALTY
supplying important data on the ers employed in general educa- Yolles and William Zimmerman.
* * *
TAKEN DOWN and REHUNG
working conditions and profes- tion in the same communities.
CONG. BETH MOSES MEN'S I
sional circumstances under The wage inequity is even more
which they apply.
pronounced in suburban town- CLUB will hold its final Sun-
Call for Pick-Up and Delivery
The range of maximum salary- ships and villages. The report day morning worship service
and his
for a qualified teacher in 1962 calls upon communities to de- and brunch of the season 9 a.m.
863-0400
ORCHESTRA
was $6,800 to $8,650 in the mu- velop more r e a l i s tic salary Sunday at the synagogue. A
18135 Livernois at Curtis
"Music
As
You
Like
It"
nicipal public schools, as com- schedules and offers guidelines meeting will be held 9 p.m.
HOME:
OFFICE:
pared to $6,000 to. $7,000 in.the to assist Jewish school boards Wednesday. The Club's fourth
LI 7-0896
LI 5-2737
Jewish schools. The highest in arriving at such schedules. annual father and son brunch
Want ads get quick results!
will be held 11:30 a.m. to 2 p m
maximum wage for a qualified
June 9 at the synagogue. For
teacher in Jewish Schools was Plan Federation
when you core enough to remember . . .
tickets, call Jerry Kohn, KE
about equal to the lowest maxi-
5-6345.
mum salary in the public school. Leadership Seminars
The m a j o r i t y of Jewish
The problem of how best to
Principal Maritime State
schools fall into the lower stra- involve newly-emerging Jewish
Opening of the St. Lawrence
tum of starting salaries for community leaders in the cam-
teachers.. The densely populated paign and year-round• activities Seaway in 1959 made Michigan
Jewish communities of New of their local federations will the principal maritime state on
by HERMAN JAFFEE-
York, Cleveland, Miami and be explored at two upcoming the nation's fourth seacoast.
Boston, pay starting salaries of meetings sponsored by the Now 80 percent of the world's
LI 2-6373
between $3,200 and $3,750. The Council of Jewish Federations merchant fleet can reach Michi-
Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Home Portraits
gan's seaports.
range of beginning salaries for and Welfare Funds.
Stuart A. Handmaker of
Louisville, Ky., chairman of the
CJFWF's National Committee
on Leadership Development,
announced that two geographic-
ally separated subcommittees of
INVITES YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN TO INSPECT
his group had been appointed to
meet within the next month to
OUR CAMP GROUNDS, ADDITIONAL BUILDING AND
consider a fresh approach to
MINIATURE GOLF COURSE DURING OUR
this vital community problem.
To facilitate participation
from community representa-
tives and committee members
all over the country, Handmak-
er said that the meeting for fed-
erations and welfare funds in
the eastern half of the country
will be held today at the of-
fices of the CJFWF, New York,
and the other for the mid-west-
ern and western sections at the
Hotel Knickerbocker, Chicago,
on June '16. The latter will be
attended by Mrs. Esther Appel-
man of Detroit.

Study Underscores Gap Between.
Public, Jewish School Salaries

MEN'S CLUBS

I

COBO

INER

Sheldon Rott

CANDID ART

photography of distinction

.

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TOTEM POLE. DAY CAMP

OPEN HOUSE

SUNDAY, JUNE 2nd, 1943u-from 1 to 5 P.M.
at 47300 WEST 12 MILE ROAD

Leader's experts profession-
ally clean your carpets in
your home with Bigelow's ex-
clusive Karpet-Kare method.

Refreshments Served--Bring Your Friends

(In case of rain, OPEN HOUSE will be held on the
following SUNDAY, June 9, 1-5 p.m.

Polish Orphanage
Named for Martyr

LONDON (JTA)—The munic-
ipal orphanage of the city of
Wroclaw, Poland, was named
for Dr. Yanusz Korczak, the
Jewish physician who looked
after the children in the War-
saw ghetto during the Second
World War, and perished with
them, it was reported here
from Warsaw.

DIRECTIONS:

way at Beck

Grand River Expressway to Beck Road—Leave Express-

Road—OR:

James Couzens to 12 Mile Road, West on 12 Mile

to Address (2 Miles West of Novi Road.) Look for signs at camp.

For Further Information Call LI 6-6174

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