Center Schedule Highlighted !Judith Lee Lunsly
to Wed Irwin Elson
by Art Exhibition, Concert
Original prints based on "The children's art classes and senior
Old Testament and Post-Bibli- ! adult arts and crafts.
cal Jewish Life" will be shown I
Miss Richman will perform
in a unique exhibition at the
Jewish Center April 12, as one 7 p.m. Saturday for the Tween
of several activities scheduled Canteen. Mrs. Flax and the
Center's Young Dancers Guild
there this month.
Julius Chajes, Center Sym- also will be featured.
phony Orchestra conductor, will
present Beethoven's Ninth Sym-
phony at a concert April 14;
the final Omnibus children's
program of the season is
planned for this Sunday; and
the tween canteen will hold a
special program Saturday eve-
Observing its annual Inter-
national Women's Day, Detroit
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The prints by 40 prominent Council of Pioneer Women,
MISS JUDITH LUNSKY
Southern California artists are under the auspices of its educa-
part of a display opening simul- tion department, will hold an
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lunsky of
taneously in 18 cities across the oneg shabbat 1:30 p.m. April
country in celebration of the 11 in the Labor Zionist Insti- Huntington Woods, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
10th anniversary of the Los An- tute.
"Political Status of the Wom- ter Judith Lee to Irwin Lee
geles Westside Jewish Center.
William Peck, assistant cura- en in Israel and India' will be Elson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
tor of the Detroit Institute of subject of a discussion by a ney Cohen of San Juan Dr., and
Arts, will speak on "The His- Wayne exchange student from the late Bernard Elson.
The bride-elect is a graduate
tory of Graphic Art" at the India and Mrs. Sara Halperin,
opening reception 8 p.m. April national board member of Pio- of Wayne State University, and
12. The public is invited. The neer Women and past area her fiance is a graduate of
exhibit will be on display daily chairman of the East Central Michigan State University.
An Aug. 23 wedding is plan-
except Saturdays from 9 a.m. Region. Mrs. Halperin recently
returned from a 16-month stay ned.
to 11 p.m. through May 6.
Music director Chajes, will in Israel.
Participating in a musical
lead an augmented orchestra.
One hundred performers will program will be Mrs. Theodore
include the Kenneth Jewell Sallen, accompanied by Mrs.
Chorale,. Detroit_ all-profes- Victor Linden. Brief remarks on
sional choral group; Carolyn the second anniversary of Ben
SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
Grimes, soprano, soloist at the Zvi's death will be given by
Birmingham Pr e s b y terian Mrs. Harry Mondry. Mrs. Sam AUXILIARY announces the fol-
Church; Annette Loring, mez- Fishman, vice president of edu- lowing officers recently elected
zo soprano, formerly soloist at cation, will chair the program, to serve for the coming year:
. Betty Spinner, president; Ruth
Temple Beth El; Harold Or- preceded by a social hour.
Wolfe and Sarah Kaminsky, vice
bach, tenor, cantor at Temple
presidents; Irene Levin, treas-
Israel; and Con -well Carring- Herzl , Camp Opens
urer; Rose Feinberg, chaplain;
ton, baritone, formerly solo-
ist at Christ Church, Bloom- Summer Registration Sara Fleisher, conductress; Ruth
Benach, patriotic instructress;
Registration for the 1964 I Bess Schein, historian; Lil Kent,
The program will open with Herzl summer camp season is
the 142nd Psalm for solo, chorus now open, according to Dr. guard; and Yetta Glass, chief of
and orchestra, a prize-winning Velvl W. Greene, president of staff. The next meeting will be
held 8 p.m. Monday at the home
composition by Chajes.
the Herzl Camp Association.
I of Bertha Miller, 22044 Kessler.
This will be the fifth in the
Dates for 10-13 year-olds will I Ann Rubin, hospital chairman,
series of Tuesday evening con- be June 29 to July 19. Another I announces a party will he given
certs. Tickets are available at session for the intermediate at the Dearborn Veterans Hos-
the Center cashier's office.
group (12-13) will be July
oital Thursday. Hostesses will
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to Aug. 9. The third period, for be Sara Fleisher, Lil Kent, Ber
"Around the World in Song 14-17-year-olds, will be Aug. 10- ha Miller, Ann Rubin, Bess
and Color," will close the Omni- 30.
'Schein and Betty Spinner.
bus series Sunday afternoon.
Moshe Dworkin of Detroit I
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The program will feature Viv- again will serve as executive
LT. RAYMOND Z US SMAN
ien Richman, folk singer, and director of the camp, on Devil's
AUXILIARY, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Roz Flax. artist.
Monday at the home of Mrs.
Herzl Camp is entering its Nellie Kolb, 19323 Warwick. A
There will be two perform-
19th summer of service to social hour will follow the busi-
ances, at 2 and 3:30 p.m.
Miss Richman, who has ap- Jewish youth. Organized by I ness meeting.
* * *
peared in national folk festi- leaders of the Twin City com-
vals, has twice been recorded munity in 1946, it has grown
BLOCK ROSE POST and AUX-
by the "Voice of America," and from 60 campers in its first - ; ILIARY will meet 8 p.m. Mon-
her first album, "Vivien Rich- year to 700 in the 1963 sea- day at the Labor Zionist Insti-
man Sings . . . Folk Songs of son. There are more than 80 tute. There will be an installa-
Western Pennsylvania" was re- counselors and staff special- tion of officers followed by a
cently published on the Folk- ists.
social hour. For membership in-
Sponsored by the Herzl Camp Formation. call Dorothy Gold-
ways label. Her songs for the
Omnibus show will be mainly Association, a nonprofit group berg, UN 2-6610.
dedicated to the spiritual, cul-
children's folk songs.
The songs will be illustrated tural, and physical growth of Assail German Groups
by Roz Flax as Mrs. Richman Jewish youth, the camp is sup-
sings. Mrs. Flax is on the staff ported by the Jewish commu- for Sponsoring Lunch
of the Jewish Center, teaching nities of the upper Midwest.
For applications and informa- for Hjalmar Schacht
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The American Jewish Con-
tion, 'write the Herzl Camp Of-
fice, 778 South Fairview, Saint gress criticized the Rotary Club
Paul, Minn., 55116, or call of Chicago and the German-
Jerry Waldman, 831-2327, in De- American Chamber of Com-
merce of the Midwest for spon-
soring and financing a lecture
in the Chicago area by former
Round Table Women
Nazi Economics Minister Hjal-
Set Election Meeting
mar H. G. Schacht. •
The Women's Division of the
Dr. Schacht addressed the
Detroit Round Table of Chris- I Rotary Club of Chicago at a
tians and Jews will meet Wed- luncheon March 24.
nesday. 12:15 p.m., at the Jew- I "To present Dr. Schacht as
an expert is the height of cyni-
Following a dessert luncheon,
and shows a lack of re-
Dr. William W. Wittenberg,
professor of educational psy- I gard for the lessons of history,"
chology and director of the De- the American Jewish Congress
linctuency Control Training Cen- declared in a statement signed
ter, Wayne State University, ! by Paul H. Vishny, president of
will interview members of the the organization's Greater Chi-
Junior Round Table of• Metro- cago Council.
A three-color print, "The politan Detroit, including Paull The statement described Dr.
Fiery Furnace" by Walter As- Schneider, Mumford student. I Schacht as "the individual per-
kin, is one of the works to be The topic is "What Are the haps most responsible for bring-
sold at a Jewish Center exhi- Problems Facing Youth Today?" ing Adolf Hitler to power."
Election and installation of
bition April 12-May 6. Askin,
No diet or special food can
professor of art at Los Angeles officers will follow the program.
Mrs. Charles Goldstein is hos- cause or cure arthritis, accord-
State College, has won some 15
ing to the Arthritis Foundation.
art prizes in five years.
Oneg Sh abbat
to Mark 'Day'
Friday, April 3, 19 64
Firemen Burn Up Over Hometz
Passover started off in a blaze of glory for the Hassidic
Jews of Williamsburg March 27.
The traditional burning of the leaven began at 6 a.m.
with small fires at street gutters. By noon, however, the
idea had caught on among the children, and soon fire en-
gines were racing to calls throughout the entire section
According to Jewish tradition, all bread--"hometz"
—must be burned before Passover begins. Unsuspecting
housewives, cleaning house and preparing for the first
seder, provided a veritable gold mine of refuse for chil-
dren at play—cardboard boxes, bags, phone books, even
linoleum tile squares.
The symbolic little fires grew and grew. About 40
alarms were sounded.
Police, fire and sanitation departments got a little hot
under the collar. blaming the children for the nuisance.
But, it was reported, adults had not discouraged the
sport. Many, in fact, reacted quite warmly.
State of Israel Begins to Redeem
Develop ment Bonds Issued in 'azI
Development Savings Bonds velopment Bonds issued on
issued by the State of Israel on March 1 of this year.
and after April 1, 1954, have
begun to mature and become
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eligible for redemption as of
April 1, 1964, it was announced
All Women Are Invited To
by Abraham Feinberg, president
MOORE'S CORSET SHOP
of the Israel Bond Organization.
Feinberg declared that ma-
All merchandise at low, low
tured savings bonds were being
prices—some below wholesale
redeemed at 150% of the issue
price. He estimated that during
1964 the State of Israel would
make redemption p a y m e n t s
amounting to approximately
$14,000,000 in principal and ac-
' creed interest on the Develop-
ment Savings Bonds that were
sold ten years ago.
"Music As You Like IV'
In addition, he said. a total ,
of about $29.000,000 in prin- I
1 an dit
c i pa
n eres t wi b e pa id I
out on the 12-year Israel Inde- reoms•••••••••••••%
pendence Savings Bonds, issued
in 1952, which will fall due this It EXCLUSIVE ITALIAN •
year. In 1963, the sum of $24,- 1: KNIT SUITS & DRESSES :
500.000 was paid out by the •
State of Israel on the first Inde- •
pendence Savings Bonds sold in i •
The Israel Bond Organization
is currently engaged in a cam-
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paign to sell $85,000,000 in 1964 a
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