Gerold Frank, author of "The
Deed," ( Simon-Schuster) , in
which he related the tragic story
of two Jewish youths who were
hanged in Cairo for the assas-
sination of Lord Moyne, in 1944,
was guest here
at two func-
night he at-
tended the re-
review of his
book by Mrs.
for the Shaarey
hood, at the
There were more than 1,200
people at that event. Frank ar-
rived too late to participate in
the program, having been delay-
ed by the lateness of his plane's
arrival due to fog.
Arrangements for Frank's
visit here were made for Simon
& Schuster and the J. L. Hudson
Co. by the latter's buyer, Mettie
`Open House' Set at Plymouth
Training School in Northville
i t ies i n So ci e ty
• • •
Mrs. Philip R. Marcuse, president of the Women's Division,
Jewish Welfare Federation, reports that 19 women have com-
pleted a four meeting Leadership Training course under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Charles Lakoff. Among subjects discussed were:
"The Federation Idea," "The Future of Federation" and "The
Role of the Women's Division." The women observed programs
at Jewish Family and Children's Service, Jewish Community
Center, Sinai Hospital; Shiffman Clinic, Jewish Home for Aged
and the Community Workshop. Women who completed the course
are Mesdames William L. Blockstein, Max I. Blumberg, Harold
D. Hahn, Donald Hartman, Sidney F. Katz, Arthur Libby, William
I. Liberson, Irwin D. Meyers, Paul Mosbach, Donald Polk, Sidney
E. Pollick, Aaron Ross, Edward I. Schlussel, Jack Shenkman, John
Sills, Nathan Soberman, Irving Steinberg, Robert G. Wolf, and
I. Jerome Hauser.
The tenth annual Harmony Award was presented to Mrs.
Oscar M. Zemon by Detroit Chapter No. 1, S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A. at
the annual • concert Nov. 2 in Ford Auditorium. Alice Zemon's
particular contribution to improving harmonious relations between
individuals and organizations in the community has been her
tireless interest and enthusiasm in giving the people of Metro-
politan Detroit a vital, living knowledge of their own health,
welfare, recreational, educational and cultural institutions—what
they are, how all of us are benefited by them, how we can support
and strengthen their programs. Much of her effort toward achiev-
ing this has been directed through the Women's Committee of
the United Community Services of Metropolitan Detroit—a com-
munity-wide organization of women whose purpose is to interpret,
educate and inspire.
A delegation of the Temple Beth-El Sisterhood will attend
the 50th anniversary convention of the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods Nov. 16-21 at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chi-
cago. Included are Mesdames Roger Ettlinger, president; Marshall
Master of Ceremonies
Miller, Nate Horwitz, Samuel Silver, Raymond Rubiner and
Harvey Hubar. On behalf of the sisterhood, Mrs. Ettlinger will
Dance and Entertainment
accept a special honors plaque as one of the founding members of
Party Arrangement Specialist
The November meeting of the Bodzin Family Club will be
held Sunday at the home of Jay S. Bodzin, 20051 Freeland. Plans
will be made for a Hanukah affair.
Matilda Rosenberg has returned to her Whitmore Rd. resi-
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Harry Yudkoff, Detroit Bnai Brith leader, addressed a kick-
CALL ANNA KARBAL g off meeting for the Bnai Brith Services Appeal, in Milwaukee,
A surprise 25th anniversary dinner party for 50 guests was
held recently for Esther and Dave Goldstein. The party was given
by their daughter, Phylis, and sister, Mrs. Mitchell Kent.
To celebrate National Re- day and Sunday, Nov. 16-17,
tarded Children's Week, Nov. tours will begin at 2, 2:30 and
11-17, plans for an "open 3 p.m.
house" were announced by Dr.
Registration and distribution
Robert I. Jaslow, medical sup- of factual data will be in the
erintendent at Plymouth State lobby of the administration
Home and Training School, building on the northeast cor-
ner of Sheldon and F _ ive Mile
According to Jaslow, "Mental Roads.
Retardation is o n e of t h e Plymouth State Home and
country's major health problems Training School has recently
which until recently, has not re- expanded its facilities to in-
ceived adequate attention or clude another patient building
support. An 'open house' will and a food service building.
permit the general public an op- The total patient population
portunity to become better will soon reach 900 for retard-
acquainted with the training ates ranging from 1 to 20.
school — it's patients, programs
Anyone interested in visit-
ing this institution is encour-
One tour a day will be sched- aged to attend this "open
uled at 2 p.m. Monday through house" event during National
Friday. The following Satur- Retarded Children's Week.
to Aid Growth of
the Urban League of Greater
New York announced plans for
a joint program designed to
stimulate the development of
Negro-owned and operated busi-
nesses in the metropolitan area.
The program will include
formation of a credit union to
provide loans for qualified Ne-
gro businessmen—the first such
credit union in the country.
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To signify the beginning of
"H-Week," the South Okland
County Chapter of Hadassah will
hold a paid-up membership thea-
ter party 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Beth Shalom Synagogue.
After a dessert luncheon, the
mobile unit of the Center Thea-
ter will present a series of one-
acts based on a "one-world"
theme. There will be excerpts
from "Raisin in The Sun," "a
Majority of One" and "The
As the culmination of "H-
Week," the education and mem-
bership departments of South
Oakland County Hadassah have
combined to sponsor "An Eve-
ning of Jewish Folklore," to be
presented for husbands and
wives 8:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at the
Rabbi Irwin Groner, associate
rabbi of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
will tell some anecdotes and
stories while tracing the de-
velopment and background of
Dramatist Evelyn Orbach, the
former Evelyn Summers of radio
fame, will give dramatic inter-
pretations of Jewish folk music.
She will illustrate some typi-
cally humorous Jewish charac-
ters from famous books and
and His Orchestra
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Report Rise of U.S.
Imports from Israel
NEW YORK, (JTA) — Secre-
tary of Commerce Luther H.
Hodges said in an address here
at the American-Israel Cham-
ber of Commerce and Industry
that Israel, a "rapidly indus-
trializing country, is a signifi-
cant market for American
products, especially machinery
and heavy equipment," aiding
the American balance-of-pay-
He pointed out that these
sales in turn allow America to
import increasing amounts of
Israeli goods. The total was
$41,200,000 in 1962, a 26 per
cent increase over 1961, he said.
He noted also that American
visitors to Israel added $23,000,-
000 to its earnings in 1962,
$1,000;000 more than in 1961.
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Gerold Frank Guest
at 2 Functions Here