THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 31, 1968-33
Miss Phyllis Kanapoff
Charitable Group Folds With Last Act Engaged to Dr. May.
of Zedaka: $2,7000 Gift to Campaign
regular monthly donations to the
state of Israel to support refugee
families and orphanages. Thou-
sands of dollars, and Care pack-
ages by the ton enabled Israel to
rehabilitate the handicapped, edu-
cate immigrants and solve welfare
Many prominent businessmen
and community leaders have
been members of the Detroit
Dynamic Club. The membership
role exceeded 100 when the club
was officially disbanded.
The difficult decision to end the
club's dual social and philanthropic
role was made by present members
and officers, Samuel Curtis, presi-
dent; Fred F. Simmons, vice-presi-
dent; and Irving Meiland, secre-
The Allied Jewish Campaign has
been a regular beneficiary of an-
nual gifts from the club. Contribu-
This Week's Radio and
tions were made consistently to
Jewish Women's European Assoc-
iation, Fresh. Air Society, Youth
CO a NITY FORUM
Education League, Detroit Police
Time: 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Benefit, Old Newsboys Goodfellow
Station: Channel 4.
Campaign, Downtown Synagogue
Feature: The third program in and Brandeis Lodge of Bnai Brith.
the series of TV home discussions
concerning race relations.
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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: "The Festival of
Shavuot," featuring Rabbi David J.
Seligson with music by Cantor
Frederick Lechner and the choir of
Central Synagogue, New York City,
will be heard.
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HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: Mikhail Alexandrovitch
will be featured in the series, "Art-
ists of Our Time."
The recently disbanded Detroit
Dynamic Club has donated its
treasury of $2,700 to the Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergen-
cy Fund to aid needy Jews in
America, Israel and Europe.
The Detroit Dynamic Club was
founded in the 1920s by a group of
young men for social and chari-
table purposes. Traditionally, the
club members have concerned
themselves with the persistent
problems of world Jewry. In later
years, the club became chiefly a
non profit charity organization.
Over the years, the club made
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On the ,Air
Miss Sheila L. Miller
to Wed S. R. Newman
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: "Countess Cardelli and
the State of Israel" will be pre-
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Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station:- Channel 2.
Feature: "Youth — the Avant
Garde" will be the topic of a new
series. Mildred Simons Rosenberg
Youth Award winners Carol
Duchan, Judith Garlock, Mark
Schneider and Stuart Zeiger will
discuss the urban crisis. Mrs.
George Stutz, chairman of the
youth awards, is moderator.
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Time: 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Station: Channel 56.
Feature: "Israeli Science: Search
for a Future," a program concern-
ing the work of the Weizmann In-
stitute of Science, Rehovot, Israel,
will be featured.
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MISS SHEILA MILLER
Mrs. Sidney Miller of Osmus
Rd., Livonia, anounces the engage-
ment of her daughter Sheila (Shel-
ley) Lee to Stewart Ronald New-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Newman of Kingshire Rd., South-
Miss Miller is the daughter of
the late Mr. Miller. Her fiance at-
tends the Detroit Institute of tech-
nology and is affiliated with Tau
Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
A Feb. 11 wedding is planned.
`Barefoot in the Park'
to Clime Center Season
"Barefoot in the Park," final pro-
duction of Center Theater's 1967-
68 season will be presented 8:30
p.m. June 15, 19 and 22 and 7:30
p.m. June 16 and 23 at the Jewish
Starring in Neil Simon's comedy
will be Cheryl Bound, who has
for the past
can Drama, Li-
vonia - Redford
Theater and the
audiences will re-
member her in Miss Bound
"Look Back in Anger," "R i n g
'Round the Moon" and "The Rose
Also appearing in "Barefoot"
will be Whit Vernon, Betty Wright,
Harry Arnott, Michael Goodman
and Alan Kroker.
For information regarding tickets
or theater parties, call Center
Theater, DI 1-4200, Ext. 240.
MISS PHYLLIS KANAPOFF
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Kanapoff of
Glen Oaks, L. I. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Phyl-
lis to Dr. Joseph E. May, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel May of
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Queens College and attended New
York Law School. Her fiance is
a graduate of Wayne State Uni-
versity's medical school and will
intern at the Albert Einstein Bronx
Municipal Hospital Center in New
A June wedding is planned.
were 100 to 145
Mrs. Ida Enkel of Naveh Aviv,
Israel, and formerly of Mount
Clemens and Oak Park announces
the engagement of her daughter
Anita Joy and Joseph Stern son
of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Moshe
Gelley of Nahariya, Israel, and the
late Mr. Michael Stern. Miss Enkel,
daughter of the late Harry Enkel,
is a graduate of Wayne State Uni-
versity, where she earned BA and
MA degrees with highest distinc-
tion. She Is a member of Phi Beta
Kappa honor society and is now
teaching English at Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity. Mr. Stern, a graduate of
the Textil Ingenieurschule, Aachen,
Germany, is production manager
of the Keshit Textile Mills. A June
25 wedding is planned at the Zion-
ist Organization of America House,
Sen. Hart Introduces Bill
for Pre-School Education
Sen. Philip A. Hart this week in-
troduced a new education bill au-
thorizing an experiment to deter-
mine if public education should be
expanded to include 3-, 4- and 5-
"There is increasing evidence,"
Hart said, "that we are ignoring
the critical years of child develop-
ment, the years when children • are
most receptive to learning and
most receptive to learning and most
responsive to intellectual growth."
In a speech made on the Senate
floor, Hart said:
"M o d e r n research indicates
that as much 'intellectual growth
takes place in the first four
years of life as in the next 13—
yet less than half of America's
children go to kindergarten.
"If the educators are right—and
I do not doubt them—we are seri-
ously handicapping our children by
not offering good pre-school train-
Under Hart's bill, titled the "Pre-
school Education Act of 1968," pilot
programs in pre-school education
would be conducted in representa-
tive urban and rural areas of the
DR. JUDAH CAHN, rabbi of the
Metropolitan Synagogue of New
York, has been named chairman of
a new Middle Eastern affairs de-
partment of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith.
and double breasted
Sunday 12 to 5 p.m.
Greenfield-8 Mile Rd.
Maple and Lahser