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,Authority on Aging
to Talk at Program
of 'Going Like 50'

presented after the talk, and re-
freshments will be served.
Bnai Brith members and their
friends are invited at no charge.
• * *
TIKVAH CHAPTER will meet
noon Thursday at Cong. Ge-
miluth Chassodim. The film "Proj-
ect Hope" will be shown. Lunch
will be served.

The last in the current series
of programs for senior citizens
sponsored by the Bnai Brith Men's
and Women's Councils of Metro-
politan Detroit will be held 1:30
p.m. Sunday at Cong. Gemiluth
Chassodim.
Chairman Bernard Panush and
co-chairman Mrs. Harris Becker
have arranged f o r Mrs. Ralph
Guiney, consultant on aging for
United Community Services, to be
guest speaker.
Mrs. Guiney, whose topic will
be "State and City Aid Programs
for Senior Citizens" is regarded
as one of the nation's foremost
authorities on the aging. She has
been with the United Community
Services of Metropolitan Detroit
since 1953.
Mrs. Guiney's major responsi-
bility at UCS is administrating
Detroit's "W e 11-
Being Project for
the Aging." Re-
garded as a
"first" in the na-
tion, this project
was launched in
June 1964, as a
three - year dem-
ons t ration pro-
gram to help
older people
maintain t h e i r Mrs. Guiney
health and personal independence
in their own homes. Financed pri-
marily by a federal grant of $233,-
079, the project, under Mrs.
Guiney's direction, has already
stimulated considerable national

LOUIS MARSHALL CHAPTER
will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center. The film
"The Fire Within," narrated by
Joan Fontaine, will be shown.
Special guest will be Mrs. Irving
Isaacs, delegate to the President's
Committee for the Aid to the Han-
dicapped in Washington, D.C., and
a vice president of the Detroit
Metropolitan Women's Council of
Bnai Brith. Refreshments will be
prepared by the Freeman Chapter
of Bnai Brith youth. Mrs. Charles
Fink, president, invites friends.
* * *
REX CHAPTER will hold its
-Mothers' and Children's Banquet
6:30 p.m. May 5 at Imperial House.
There will be prizes and entertain-
ment. Everyone is invited. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Fred Sherman,
banquet chairman, 534-3719.
* * *
DOV FRENKEL CHAPTER will
holds its annual Mothers' and
Daughters' Banquet 6:30 p.m. May
2 at the King's Arms Restaurant.
There will be entertainment and
prizes. For information, call Mrs.
Arthur Wolf, EL 7-0170.
* * *
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL CHAPTER recently installed
the following officers: Mesdames
Rose Columbus, president; Bertha
Knitzer, Molly Moss and Alyce
Diamond, vice presidents; Goldie
Ely, treasurer; Lina Burnstein,
counselor; and Rose Altman,
Blanche Callender, Sylvia Helfer,
Norma Hudosh, Sophie Kellerman
and Rae Tobe, board members. In-
stalling officer was Mrs. Jack
S ayles.
* * *
Dr. Max F. Baer, national di-
rector of the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization, was elected a vice
chairman of the executive com-
mittee of the Council of National
Organizations for Children and
Youth at its biennial meeting in
Washington.

attention.

Mrs. Guiney completed studies

at the New York School of

Social Work, Columbia Univer-
sity, and is a former supervisor
of the Wayne County Bureau of
Social Aid and casework super-
visor of the department of pub-
lic welfare.
She is a past president of the
Detroit Chapter, National Associa-
tion of Social Workers, was a
delegate to the first White House
Conference on Aging, called by
President Dwight D. Eisenhower in
January, 1961.
A special musical program, ar-
ranged by Sol Steinberg, will be

Try and Stop Me

—By BENNETT CERF—

IN 1866, notes Daniel Boorstin in his absorbing
B ACK
book, "The Americans," a, superintendent of the Bur-

lington Railroad was exploring sparsely settled terrain—
what is now the center
of the city of Ottumwa,
Iowa. "This is barely a

Cornfield," he wrote, "so
I cannot have it surveyed,
but yesterday a man ar-
ranged to build a hotel
here. This sure is a great
Country for hotels!" And

even eight years earlier—

in 1858, a man wrote to
his wife from an almost
vacant Western site, "I
predict there'll be a good
hotel here by spring." He
was a pretty good predic-
ter. The site became
Denver, Colorado.

*

Arden Phillips to Wed
Donald Stern Aug. 24

MISS ARDEN PHILLIPS

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Phillips,
19433 Mark Twain announce the
engagement of their daughter Ar-
den Paula to Donald Sheldon
Stern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick
Stern, 17181 Kentucky.
Miss Phillips attended Michigan
Lutheran College. Her fiance is
attending the art school of the
Society of Arts and Crafts.
The couple plans an Aug. 24
wedding.

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MEN'S CLUBS

JULIUS ROSENWALD POST,
which will soon celebrate its 35th
anniversary, will honor 13 of its
members who have reached or
passed their 75th birthdays, 8 p.m.
Wednesday, at the meeting hall.
The a u x i l i a r y also will take
part. The following members will
be honored: Morris Beckman,
Abraham Daniels, Samuel Festen-
stein, Samuel Folbe, Maurice
Green, David Horwitz, Dave Pess-
man, Abe Lebow, Henry Wartosky,
Arthur Schecter, Charles Smith,
Jacob Joslove and Joseph Shapiro.
Past Commander Norman Robbins
of the American Legion will of-
ficiate.
* * *
MOSAIC LODGE F&AM is hold-
ing its annual Past Masters Night
6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Latin
Quarter. Mitchell A. Goldstone, im-
mediate past master, and the past
masters of Mosaic Lodge will be
honored. Jerry Collins, comedian;
Jimmy Randolph, singer; and Hal
Gordon and his orchestra will pro-
vide the entertainment. For res-
ervations contact Herman Streit,
UN 4-4119. Aaron Katzman is wor-
shipful master of the lodge, and
Paul Axelrad is the entertainment
chairman.
* *
HILLEL DADS CLUB recently
elected the following officers for
the 1966-67 school year: Dr. Harry

GOODFELLOWSHIP CLUB will
hold a meeting 9 p.m. Tuesday at
the Lutzker Voliner Hall. There
will be a discussion of current
events. Refreshments will be
served.

A discussion of "Civil Liberties
and the War in Vietnam" by JOHN
de J. PEMBERTON, national execu-
tive director of the American Civil
Liberties Union, will highlight the
annual meeting of the Metropolitan
Detroit Branch of ACLU, April 23,
at the YWCA on Witherell. Par-
ticipants in the session will include
CARL COHEN, professor of philo-
sophy at University of Michigan,
and HAROLD NORRIS, professor,
Detroit College of Law.

Music the Stein-Way

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Maisel, president; Harold Strom,
and Edward Silver, vice presi-
dents; Sim Ourenfeld, treasurer;

JWV

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED
BY BERNARD H.

WINER

Jerome Schostak and Leo Rosen,
secretaries; and Irving Caplan,
BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will William Shulevitz, Martin Tischler,
meet 8:15 p.m. Tuesday, at the Kurt Singer and Gerald Arvin,
Oak Park Community Center. committee chairmen.
There will be an election of offi-
cers and a president's report, fol-
lowed by a social hour. Plans for
the coming rummage sale will be
discussed. For information, call
Fern Seltzer, 546-5875.
* *

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JWV Hits Germany
for Plan to Build Steel
Plant in Red China

WASHINGTON—The decision of
West Germany to erect a massive
steel manufacturing complex in
Communist China is "an ill omen
for the free world in view of the
fact that we rely upon the Ger-
mans today as a principal bastion
of NATO," said Milton A. Waldor,
national commander of the Jewish
War Veterans of the USA, in a
policy statement.
Commander Waldor said "the
emerging German relationship with
America's mortal foes, the Com-
munist Chinese, is an outrage
against every American boy fight-
ing in Vietnam.
"Our German allies are using a
pitifully transparent excuse for
their dealings with our enemies for
the Far East. They claim that the
steel they fabricate is 'for civilian
purposes.'
"This rediculous assumption will
not reassure our boys in Vietnam
when the shells fabricated in the
Red Chinese steel plant set up by
the Germans are fired against
them."

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A Sunday school teacher took .a dim view of a picture drawn
by one of her young male disciples. "It looks to me," she opined,
"like a cowboy walking into a saloon." "That's just what it is,"
beamed the L.M.D., "but don't you worry, teacher. He isn't going
to drink anything. He's just 'going to shoot up the joint."
*
*- •

QUOTABLE:
FRANCES LANAHAN (in an article about.her famous father,
F. Scott Fitzgerald) : "To college students: Don't Ignore any
good advice, unless it comes from your own parents. Somebody
else's parents might very well be right."
THOREAU: "If a man. does not keep pace with his COM-

panions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let
him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far
away."
G. BERNARD SHAW: "Three quarters of love is nothing but
unsatisfied curiosity."
,41) 1966, by Bennett Cert. Distributed by King Features Syndicate

The condition of Southfield
caterer Robert Rosenberg was list-
ed as improved at Monroe Mercy
Hospital Thursday.
Rosenberg is recovering from a
gunshot wound in the back. Found
Wednesday, he had been reported
missing since April 8. He under-
went two-hour s u r g e r y for the
wound.
The 32-year-old caterer said he
was kidnapped by three men, but
details of the alleged abduction
were sketchy, according to police
and the FBI.
Rosenberg, his wife, Joyce and
four children live on Continental
Rd., Southfield.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26—Friday, April 22, 1966

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