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March 13, 1964 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-13

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Friday, March 13, 19 64—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-22

G Day Scheduled by Women's Division
of Allied Jewish Campaign Next Tuesday

the Jewish Center, with more
than 50 volunteers partici-
pating under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Sidney J. Karbel,
to reach prospects in distant
areas.
At the pre-campaign fund-
raising meeting in January at
the Great Lakes Club, more than
$311,000 was pledged. This was
followed by the joint fund-rais-
1 l ing . meeting Feb. 6, of the pace-
setters. headliners, and key-
noters, highlighted by a fashion
show where $51,251 was raised
for the 1964 campaign.
Mrs. Philip Marcuse is presi-
dent of the Women's Division.
Members of the Women's Divi-
sion campaign executive commit-
tee include: Mrs. Joseph H. Erh-
lich and Mrs. Henry Wineman,
honorary chairmen; Mrs. Harold
A. Robinson, campaign adviser;
Mrs. Benjamin Jones, chairman
of the executive committee;
Mrs. Harry E. August, Mrs. John
C. Hopp, Mrs. Harry L. Jones,
and Mrs. Sidney J. Karbel, who
are executive officers; Mrs.



Lewis B. Daniels, in charge of
the speakers' bureau; and Mrs.
The Labor Zionist Movement tatives of Farband LZO City Arthur H. Rice, an area coordi-
of Detroit will hold a commun- Committee. P i o 11 e e r Women nator.
ity-wide rally on behalf of the Council, Labor Zionist Council,
Allied Jewish Campaign. 8:30 1Chay Commission of Habonim
p.m. Thursday at the Labor and all affiliated institutions
Zionist Institute.
will mobilize to help the Metro-
Morris Lieberman. chairman ' oolitan Division achieve its goal
of the administrative commit- this year.
Col. Ram Ron, military at-
tee of the Labor Zionist Move-
ment, announces that represen- tache of the Israel Embassy in
Washington, will be guest
speaker.
A member of the Jewish
By RANDY ZUSMAN
Brigade during World War II
and battalion commander in the
The National Honor Society
War of Independence. he 'dis- lof Southfield High held its an-
tinguished himself during the nual induction ceremonies on
Sinai Campaign. Since 1963 he Feb. 27. Among the 55 new
has served the United States in members were 21 seniors and
the Israel Embassy.
34 juniors.
The Labor Zionist Movement
Among the old members were
is making an additional effort Lois Berman, Sheldon Davis,
this year to mobilize volunteers, Deborah Goldin, Carol Murray,
according to chairman David Richard Noble, Barbara Sals-
Sislin. Members can contact him i burg, Barbara Seiden and Lola
at DI 1-9646. He is assisted by Steinbaum. The new members
Morris Lifshay and Bernard included Alan Axelrod, Carol
Linderman.
I Blackman, Marc Bocknek, Stev-
Emanuel Mark, director of en Handleman, Barbara Perl-
the Labor Zionist Institute, an- man, Gary Rutledge, Allen Sed-
nounces that members of the man, and Beverly Weitzman,
Workmen's Circle branches ! seniors: and Laura Barach.
and many Landsmanshaften or- Julius Gardin, Nancy Garlock,
ganizations will join in this Sid Hantler, Donna Kaufman,
COL. RAM RON
rally.
Joel Letvin. Sue Marrich, Hack
Nagler, Betty Rotberg, Sue Sal-
inger, Leslie Stern, Pam Sy-
mons, Nancy Weingarten, and
Randall Zusman, junior.
In the anual Spring Forensics
your favorite style of
contest held in the Southfield
auditorium, representatives for
Southfield High were chosen
for the regional tournament.
Among those participating were
Sharon Lefton, second place for
oratory, Randy Silverston. sec-
land place for extempore speech,
Judy Goldstein, first place for
declamation, Carolyn Daitch,
first place interpretive reading,
Nancy Garlock, second place In-
terpretative reading, Alan Axel-
rod, second place humorous
reading. Gary Rutledge, first
place humorous reading. Other
contestants included Marty
Stoneman, Terry Gladstone,
Joel Stocker, Debby Keller. Ken
I Gimbel, Maureen Shubow and
Randy Evans.
The students of Southfield
. 1. 4i PIKE
High will present their annual
WHIfig FISH
spring musica 1, "Showboat,"
March 13, 14, 20 and 21, at 8
p.m., in the Southfield Audi-
torium.
DE LUXE
REGULAR
The senior class of 1967 was
... made with aristocratic PIKE and
... in liquid broth or jelled sauce
given its first gilmpse of South-
field High in the recently held
WHITE FISH exclusively... with homey
... jumbo or snack-size portions.
Freshmen Orientation Night.
thick, shimmering jelled sauce.
Southfield High School prin-
cipal, Robert Hall, was given a
certificate and principal's award
at the National Association of
Secondary School Principals'
DISTRIBUTED BY:
Convention in Chicago.

G Day — the Grand Day for G Day achievement when 5,000
Giving—the annual all-day mass contributions were reported.
report of advance pledged con-
While the official opening
tributions to the annual Allied of the Allied Jewish Campaign
Jewish Campaign by the general will not be launched until
solicitation division of the Wom-
April 7, approximately 1,500
en's Division, will be conducted
women campaign leaders have
in 25 geographical units starting
already been engaged in ad-
at 11 a.m.. Tuesday.
vance enrollment and brief-
Headquarters for the day will ing of workers, and in assign-
be at the Jewish Center, Mrs.
ment of prospective contribu-
I. Jerome Hauser, chairman of tors' names in the major divi-
the division, announced.
sions.
Mrs. Alfred L. Deutsch, chair-
Campaign leaders include: pre-
man of general solicitation, will campaign, Mrs. Max M. Fisher,
head the army of more than chairman; pace-setters, Mrs. N.
1,200 workers who will ring door- Brewster Broder and Mrs. Merle
bells all over the city to marshall Harris, co-chairmen; headliners,
support for the community's M.rs. Perry P. Burnstine, chair-
drive in behalf of scores of local, ! man; keynoters, Mrs. Seymour
national, regional and overseas R. Jones and Mrs. Sidney Hertz,
causes.
co-chairmen; and organization
More than 11,000 pledges were project sponsorship plan, Mrs.
secured by the Women's Divi- Theodore Bargman, chairman.
The Women's Division con-
sion last year. The division is
hoping to exceed last year's ! ducted a Telethon Sunday at

Israeli Military Aide to Address
Labor Zionist Allied Drive Rally

Southfield
High
School
Newsline

Choose

HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN

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Tops-in-Taste 4aalityl

Documentary Depicts
UJA Aid to Children;
Intended for Television

Hack-Zohott Rites
Scheduled in Fall

A new documentary film,
"Memo to Parents," intended
primarily for television presenta-
tion, has just been released by
the United Jewish Appeal as
part of its nationwide 1964 cam-
paign to raise $105,000.000 in
behalf of the more than 750,000
distressed Jews throughout the
world requiring UJA assistance.
The film, in black and white,
runs 28 minutes, and tells in
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of the aid made possible by the
UJA to children in Europe,
Israel and other areas. Narrator
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The engagement of Carolyn
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Miss Hack attended Western
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Agudath Israel Group
To Hold Discussion

Agudath Israel will hold a dis-
cussion on recent activities of
the local and international
movement 8:30 p.m. Sunday at
Cong. Shomrey Emunah.
Details of Agudah's recent
shipment of 10,000 pounds of
matzoth to Russia will high-
light the discussion. Guests in-
vited.

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