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July 26, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-26

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Distinguished Array of Speakers
to Address Pioneer Women Parley

Planning the final stages of Pioneer Women's 18th na-
tional biennial convention, to be held Aug. 11-14 at the Hotel
Statler, the above chairmen met this week to outline responsi-
bilities for the more than 200 local members actively engaged
in arrangements for hosting the event. They are, from left,
(standing) Mesdames Harry Mondry, "Early Bird Social" chair-
man; Nathan Glenner, printing and signs; Sam Wasserman,
financial; Hy Disner, information co-chairman; Milton Weiss,
Detroit Council president; Frank Rath, publicity co-chairman;
Bernard Markofsky, kit co-chairman; (seated) Larry Gutten-
berg, gift shop; Irving Turner and Norman Kanter, banquet and
luncheon; Michael Michlin, Detroit Office for convention.
* *

A slate of outstanding speak- Trucking 4th Largest
ers has been announced for the Industry in Michigan
18th national biennial conven-
Wayne County plays a vital
tion of Pioneer Women, to be role in making truck transpor-
held Aug. 11-14 at Detroit's tation Michigan's fourth largest
industry, according to data com-
Hotel Statler.
piled and released by the Michi-
Among those who will address gan Trucking Association.
the assemblies are Walter Reu-
Based on figures reported by
ther, vice-president of the AFL-
VIO and president of the UAW; the U.S. Department of Com-
Ogden Reid, New York Con- merce, Michigan State 'Highway
gressman and former U.S. Am- Department and by the Michi-
bassador to Israel; Martha Grif- gan Secretary of State, this
fiths, Michigan Congresswoman; county is "one of the vital cogs
and Beba Edelson, Deputy that does so much to keep our
Speaker of the Israel Knesset agricultural, industrial and com-
and General Secretary of Moet- mercial machinery running
zet Hapoalot, Pioneer Women's smoothly."
sister organization in Israel.
Three methods by which
More than 650 delegates, rep- Wayne County participates in
resenting 50,000 members the over-all value of the truck-
throughout the United States ing industry are reported in a
and Canada. will attend work- new booklet published by the
shops and discussion sessions as Michigan Trucking Association,
they seek to define the role and entitled "Truck Transportation
responsibilities of the modern in Michigan."
One fact was that 84,696
American Jewish woman in
world affairs and to plan their trucks, valued at $97,187,200,
organization's social service and were registered to owners in
education programs for the next Wayne County in 1961, the
latest c o m p l et e compilation
two years.
available. This compared to 384,-
897 truck registrations, with a
value of $427,485,550 throughout
Sid Shmarak's
the State.
In the same year, 79,030 per-
sons were gainfully employed in
this county, with the total earn-
ings of $438,063,290, from vari-
Mr. and Mrs. Herskovic of ous types of direct or indirect
the OAK MANOR KOSHER . service to the trucking industry.
CATERERS have just opened This figure compared to 292,163
their new, air-conditioned truck employees, earning $1,-
CRYSTAL ROOM, accommodat- 619,459,509 throughout Michi-
ing up to 250 guests at 8900 W. gan. State-wide, trucking pays
Seven Mile, corner Kentucky. one out of every eight Michigan
For information and reserva- paycheck-earners an average of
tions, call 863-2446.
$7,302 per year.

Business Briefs


Womert's aths

a summer rummage sale Aug. 27
at the Pythian Hall in Berkley
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Bertha Grossman, announces
President Mrs. Hyman R. Co-
hen. Those who wish to contrib-
ute rummage should contact Mrs.
Louis Penfil, LI 1-4354, for pick-
up. Proceeds from the sale will
go to the synagogue youth pro-
gram and for building facilities
at the Young Israel Center on
Ten Mile Rd.
* * *
TER AT DENVER will honor
member Mrs. Leah L. Davidson
on her 95th birthday 1 p.m.
Aug. 6 at the Jewish Center.
There will be a candle-lighting
ceremony, according to Presi-
dent Mrs. Paul Shapiro.
* * *
3:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. M. Carmen, 18035-
Greenlawn. The speaker will be
Rabbi Morris Carmen, an-
nounces Mrs. Tzippora Baiter,
* * *
Pi Sorority, has elected Mrs.
Harry Shumaker as president.
Other officers are Mesdames Sid-
ney Slove, vice-president; Irving
Segal and Joseph Dvorin, secre-
taries; Leonard Crayle and Ir-
vine Meisner, social chairmen;
Al Jaffe, treasurer; Herbert
Schein and Murray Bloom, tele-
phone committee; Carl Siegel
and Leonard Mason, Pan-Hellenic
representatives; Norman Golden-
berg, sunshine; Louis Geer,
alumnae advisor; and David A.
Goldman, publicity and repre-
sentative to CWVA.
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold its annual picnic 11:30
a.m. Wednesday at Palmer
Park, announces Pr e s i d e n t
Blanche Rose. Friends are in-
vited. Those who attend should
bring their own lunch.
* * *
elected Mrs. Herbert S. Eskin
as president. Other officers
are Mesdames Sam Lucas and
Isadore Mendelson, vice-presi-
dents; George Terebelo, Bern-
ard Pepper and Henry Gall,
secretaries; Sydney Blum, treas-
urer; and Max Reich, Leonard
Hack, Mark Howard and Ben
Meckler, board members.

Windsor Center Plans Research
Study to Aid Jewish Teenagers

WINDSOR, Ont. (JTA)—The for intellectual stimulation, but
Windsor Jewish Community this apparently had not been
Center will undertake next fall translated into action by partici-
a long-range study program de- pation in such programs.
signed to provide information
The center executive said that
on the attitudes and values of the findings clearly indicated
Jewish teenagers.
that more reliable information
The study, which will involve was needed and that to get it,
high school members of the cen- "the primary step is research."
ter, is being undertaken at the
invitation of the Research In- Jewish Center Film
stitute for Group Work in Jew-
ish Agencies, an affiliate of the Stars French Comic
Bourvil, one of France's fun-
National Jewish Welfare Board.
The Windsor Center is partici- niest comedians, will co-star with
pating in a national study, under Brigitte Bardot in "Crazy for
general direction of the Insti- Love" at the Jewish Center's
tute, to uncover information on International Comedy Festival
two basic questions: "What are on Aug. 5.
our teenagers like. Jewishly?"
A cartoon from Czechoslova-
and "How can we help them de- kia, "Coat from Heaven," will
velop Jewishly?"
be screened as an added fea-
Monty Pomm, assistant execu- ture.
Starting time in the air-
tive director of the Center, said
Aaron DeRoy Thea-
that the study seeks to deter-
mine what programs and meth- ter will be 8:15 p.m.

ods can best be utilized to meet
the needs of Jewish teenagers,
while helping them to achieve
a more positive and beneficial
Jewish identification.

The Center official said that
the need for such research had
emerged from a Teen Institute
which had been conducted be-
fore the invitation came from
the Research Institute.
Among the facts found in the
Teen Institute was that there
was considerable confusion and
ignorance on the part of Jewish
parents concerning the Jewish
communal services provided by
Windsor Jewish organizations
for children, as well as about
the motivation for and the ac-
tivity in extra-curricular activi-
ties in high school. Parents also
were found to be uninformed
about the developmental as-
pects of teenagers.
Another finding was that
mixed boy and girl activities
were being started at too early
an age level among Jewish teen-
agers. Another was the existence
of confusion and disagreements
among parents about such prob-
lems as a desire for more social
activities for children, but
"don't• take our children away
from their studies."
Similarly, parents felt that
their children should have more
social contacts with other teen-
agers, but that "our children
don't have time." Parents felt
that their children had a hunger

UN 2-0200

Hart Will Address
Northwest Teen Dems

U.S. Senator Philip A. Hart
will address the Northwest De-
troit Teen Democrats 7 p.m. to-
day at 18000 Ohio. For infor-
mation, call Marshall -Cousens,
BR 3-7549. The public is in-

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