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October 14, 1955 • Page Image 17

…, will of fourth annual Jewish Book Fair; Rabbi Max Kapustin, di- be guest speaker. Her topic is rector of Wayne University's "The Life of the Woman in Is- Hillel Foundation; and Dr. Isaac rael." She is…

…. and Mrs. Max Brose, of Cherrylawn Avenue. A De- cember wedding is planned. Mrs. Jackman on Staff Of Elkin Travel Bureau The annual Michigan district conference of the Workmen's Circle has been…

… " FOREVER" Conservatory of Music. Mr. Kap- •FUEL lan attended the University of 11559 Dexter WE. 3-91521 Detroit where he was affiliated with Phi Alpha fraternity. i '225 '4995 i , • TITLED o•7 EDITED…

… the Queen Elizabeth for an extended tour of Europe, which will in- elude England, Holland, Austria and France. In Switzerland, the Kalts will attend the convention of Travel Agents. Mrs. Kalt is…

… affiliated with the Elliott Travel Service. Mr. and "Mrs. L. Barill, of 21961 Gardner, Oak Park, recently honored Mr. and Mrs. M. Wein, of 19467 Woodingham, with a party celebrating the Weins' 32nd wedding…

… anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Taub, of Boston Blvd., left last week aboard the SS United States for Paris. They will leave almost immediately for Israel, where they plan to remain for an extended period…

…. Plight Troth Circle Schedules District Parley MISS MARILYN SMITH Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Smith, of Oak Park, Mich., announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn, to Leonard David Brose, son of Mr…

… s e c r e- tary of the Circle, will speak at the opening session. Gebiner He has only recently returned from a tour of Israel and Europe. Gebiner is managing editor of "The Friend" and writes for…

… "Workmen's Circle Call," both Circle publications, and is a writer for the Jewish Daily For- ward. He also is vice-chairman of the Jewish Labor Comimttee, board member of ORT, and is affiliated with the…

… Yiddish Scientific Insti- tute, World Jewish Culture Con- gress and National Community Relations Advisory Committee. Gebiner also conducts a daily news program on New York's station WEVD. Four branches of

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… wealth of cultural oppor- age-wise, among the top scholar- tunities are available to students ship-winning high schools in the on the University of Michigan city. This is in keeping with Cen- campus. tral…

… soprano Teresa Stich-Randall. Both the Choral ■ Union and Extra Concert Series ■ are presented in Hill Auditorium. •••■ Rabbi S. Kaplan, midwest di- ••• rector of Hillel foundations and AM. director of Ohio…

… State UniverSi- ••••• ty's Hillel group, recently spoke to U. of M. students on "They ■■ No Longer Dwell in Booths" in connection with Sukkot. • NEW! Exclusie at Faultless United Nations Week will be A…

… the North End Clinic, the Jewish Home for 308 Fox Bldg. the Aged, the School of Phar- WO 2-4814 - UN. 4-4346 macy at the Hebrew University in Israel, the Allied Jewish Cam- paign, the Coldwater School…

…. Expressions of sym- pathy, best wishes or congratulations are much more effective with a gift basket that speaks for you. Call UNiversity 2-6800.. and CHARGE 111 gr,47- kg kr. - 3205 W Mc.NICHOLS RD. (at…

…Central High Youth Is Boys' Day Official Leonard Mitstone, a 17-year- old Central High School student, was elected City Clerk at a con- vention of 250 delegates from local public and p a r o c h i a…

… l schools and youth agencies. Milstone, of 13531 Dart- mouth, will be one of the youths to reign over Detroit's city 4government on 'Boys' Day, to- j day, at the De- trait City Hall. Boys' Day…

…, Leonard which will cul- minate in the attendance of all young officials at the annual Boy's Town-Catholic Central football game this evening, at Briggs Stadium, was originated in 1952. Tales Out of School…

… "The Youth of a Nation are the Trustees of Posterity."—Disraeli. By Ronnie Aronson Central High Lennie Milstone, of Central, finds himself being greeted in the halls by fellow students as "Mr. Clerk…

…." Lennie was recent- ly elected to the post of city clerk by a mass conclave of boys representing every school in the city at Boy's Day, held Oct. 11, at Veterans Memorial. These boys were given the…

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