University and Professional Chapter
to Hear Panel on Inner-City Schools
"Symposium on Inner City
Schools" will be presented by the
American Jewish Congress' Uni-
versity and Professional Chapter
7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Jewish
The symposium will be led by
Julius Witherspoon, a member of
the committee on intercity needs
and an officer of CORE; Dr. Carl
Marburger, former head of the
Great Cities Project and presently
assistant superintendent of schools
in charge of special projects; and
Roosevelt Brown of the Thirkell
School Association and a member
of the intercity needs committee.
Moderator will be Irving Rubin
of the Land Use Study Commis-
sion, a vice president of Michigan
The symposium has been
planned to determine interest in
and need for a tutoring program,
currently under discussion' by
the group. The public is invited.
Refreshments will be served.
Non-members will be charged a
nominal guest fee.
Other activities of the young
adult chapter include a Sunday-
afternoon bowling league, formed
under the direction of the social
committee. Non-members may call
Gay Rothenberg, LI 7-4869, for in-
According to President Michael
Goodman, a Hanukah party is be-
ing planned for mid-December as
the group's year-end program.
to Focus on 'New
"New Horizons in Education"
will be the theme of the paid-up
membership luncheon to be held
by the Detroit Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, 12:30
p.m. Dec. 6 at Temple Beth El.
Speakers will be Robert M.
Sandoe, headmaster of Cranbrook
School, and Dr. Arlene K. Schind-
ler: principal of Custer School.
Both have directed experimental
programs designed to aid the
culturally deprived child.
Detroit Section volunteers have
been assisting with the Custer pro-
gram, which includes tutoring,
kindergarten enrichment and
clerical assistance, thus freeing the
teachers for more individual con-
tact with the children.
For luncheon reservations, call
the Council office, UN 3-5427 by
for Community Service
Mrs. Murry L. Sachs and Mrs.
Ben Schottenfels Jr., leaders of
the Detroit Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, were cited
as Volunteers of the Week by the
Central Volunteer Bureau of
United Community Services.
The two women have totaled
over 11,000 hours of service to the
Detroit Section. Mrs. Schottenfels,
president, has held a number of
posts in the organization, as well
as other communal activities; and
Mrs. Sachs is vice president and
board member of the Section and
a leader in several other groups.
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Lachver Donor Dinner Set
Lachver Ladies Auxiliary is
making final arrangements for its
annual donor dinner e:30 p.m.,
Dec. 8 at Holiday Manor. Enter-
tainment and prizes will be fea-
tured. For tickets, call donor chair-
man Mrs. Ida Chafetz, DI 1-2635.
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Proceeds from the fashion show-
lunCheon will go toward relief to
the aged. For tickets, call Mrs.
Morris Aarons, 543-9446, or Mrs.
David Fishman, 357-4355. -
The annual holiday meeting of
the Women's Division of Detroit
Round Table will be held 1 p.m.
Dec. 8, at Temple Beth El.
At the social hour preceding the
meeting, refreshments will be serv-
ed from holiday tables commemo
rating both Hanukah and Chirst-
A panel of high school students
will discuss the major influences
in their lives, according to Mrs.
Philip Bernstein, program chair-
man for the Women's Division. The
five members of the Junior Round
Table of Metropolitan Detroit are
Cesena Hayes, Mark Glazer, Rita
O'Neal, Ronald Wilson and Alex
Baclawski. Moderator will be Dr.
George Henderson, assistant direc-
tor of the inter-cultural relations
department of the Detroit Public
'One World' to Be Seen
at Bnai Moshe Luncheon
The Sisterhood of Cong. Bnai
Moshe invites members and guests
to its annual donor luncheon noon
Monday in the.social hall. The play
"One World" will be presented by
the Jewish Center Mobile Players.
For tickets, call Mrs. Herman
Roth, LI 8-5305, or her co-chair-
man, Mrs. David Bernstein, LI 2-
Master of Ceremonies
Dance and Entertainment
Party Arrangement Specialist
A corps of women is under the
direction of Mrs. Jerry Krandall,
coordinator of the Ball.
Mrs. Davis Ben-
son, vice presi-
ident of Honor
Roll and ball
that the theme
;Pleasure — Dou-
ble Your Fun,"
:and will be car-
ried out in two
ballrooms, t w o
Mrs. Benson orchestras and
two continuous buffet suppers.
Others helping with the ball are
Mesdames Ben Bonin, Bernard
Breyer, Marvin Fleischman, A. C.
Hamburger, Charles Lapides, Ben
Lindenbaum, Steve Lewkowicz, Al-
fred Meyers, Ivan Meisner, Jack
Milen, Ben M o s s m an, Samuel
Rhodes, Hyman Safran and Nathan
Soberman. Mrs. Jack Perlman,
chapter president, is overseeing
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Zedakah Club will hold its 34th
MI. Gorman in August anual donor luncheon 12:30 p.m.
The 5,000 members of the De-
troit Chapter of Hadassah have
been mailed invitations to the Con-
tinental Ball, culminating event of
the Honor Roll Campaign, 8:30
p.m. Dec. 4 at Cong. Shaarey
This is Hadassah's way of show-
ing appreciation to the thousands
of Honor Roll contributors who
have helped raise funds to finance
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