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May 20, 1955 • Page Image 1

…'Who'll give us a Serum against Fear?' Foolish Question Gets Answer It Deserves Commentary, Page 2 THE JEWISH NEWS A Weekly Review Our Youth and Their Jewishness of Jewish Events Editorial, Page 4 Michigan's Only English-Jewish Newspaper—Incorporating The Detroit Jewish Chronicle • VOLUME-27—No. 11 cikgq;Ii1" . 7 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd.—VE. 8-9364—Detroit 35, May 20, 1955 $4.00 Per Year, Single Copy 15c Eighth Year ith $4,000,000 In...…

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…Purely Commentary Vigorous Israel Bond Campaign Program Announced; Drives Start in Twelve Cities By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ Who Will Give us a Serum against Fear? Direct JTA Teletype Wire to The Jewish News We are indebted to the excellent bi-monthly magazine, The Reporter, for the following: NEW YORK — Plans for a `FULBRIGHT FEARS FOR STUDENT PLAN' "He said without mentioning names that some Congress- vigorous sales campaign for Is- men app...…

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…DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-3 Awards for Best Works By Jewish Book Council Four awards carrying cash prizes totalling $700 for 1954's best works of Jewish interest in the fiction, poetry and juvenile fiel. --3 ---were made at the annual meeting of the National Jewish Welfare Board. sponsored Jewish Book Council of America. held May 17, at Congregation Shear- ith Israel, New York. The $250 -Daroff Memorial Fiction Award went to 'Louis Zara, for his n...…

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…THE JEWIA-I NEWS Fertile Planting Area Incorporating the Detroit Jewish Chronicl e commencing with issue of July 20, 1951 Mernber American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Michigan Press Association, National Editorial Association Published every Friday by The Jewish News Publishing Co, 17100 West Seven Mile Road, Detroit 35, Mich., VE. 8-9364 eubseription $4 a year. Foreign $5. Entered as second class matter Aug. 6, 1942, at Post ...…

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…DETROIT JEWISH NEWS JLC Asks SOviet to Liberate Jews NEW YORK, (JTA)—President Eisenhower sent greetings to Adolph Held, national chairman of the Jewish Labor Committee, on the occasion of his '76th birthday. Similar greetings were received by the Jewish Labor Committee for Mr. Held from Adlai Stevenson, Austrian Vice Chancellor Dr. Adolph Schaerf, former British Foreign Secre- tary Herbert Morrison and many other men of national and in- ter...…

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…6--DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, May 20, 1955 Cantata to Highlight Young Israel Banquet CONG. BNAI MOSHE: Sabbath services at 7:20 p.m., today; at 9 a.m., Saturday. Shevuot services at 7:50 p.m., Thursday; at 8:45 a.m.. May 27; at 8:30 p.m., May 28. Rabbi Moses Lehrman will speak on "To Do and To Hearken" and "The Thrills of Living." TEMPLE BETH EL: At 8:30 p.m. services today, the annual high school graduation exercises and consecration ser...…

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…DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-7 Beth Shalom Sisl - erhood The Suburban Community—I SOC School Daze By Judy Stutz South Oakland County Tenth grade students at Oak Park High are already planning their curriculum for next year. At present the tenth grade is the highest one in the high school, moving up and closer to graduation as the semesters pass. A teachers' committee has been formed to plan the new scheduling and addition of sub- jects. The stud...…

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…Campaign Chairmen Win Awards Presented with awards at a recent report rally were these chairmen whoSe sections achieved 100 per cent or more of their last year's achievement: From the left: Standing, MARTY FRIED, REUBEN AXELROD, JOHN E. LURIE (chairman of the 1955 Allied Jewish Campaign), ARTHUR HOWARD and ALEX . SKLAR (associate chairman, trades and professions); Sitting, IRA y. SONNENBLICK, ANDOR FELDHEIM, MERWIN K. GROSBERG. Not shown are ...…

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…Mischa Kottler to Solo With Center Orchestra Around the • World • A digest of current worldwide news reported by the Jewish • Telegraphic Agency. United States WASHINGTON—Senator Herbert H. Lehman attacked . the "utter complacency'.' and "callous indifference" of the president and administration to infringements on traditional American civil liberties. The occasion was the presentation to the 'Senator of the Stephen S. Wise Award for his "e...…

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…Set Early Date for Zionist Meeting Rabbi Moses Lehrman, presi- dent of the Zionist Organization of Detroit, announces that the annual meeting of the District Will be held at 8:30 p.m., Tues- day, in the Zionist House, 11345 Linwood. The advanced date for the an- imal meeting is necessitated by the 58th annual national con- vention of the Zionist Organiza- tion of America, scheduled for June 16 to 20, at Willard Hotel, Washington, D.C. The con...…

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…Wayne University Sorority Gets National Charter Wayne University's Delta Theta Chapter of Delta Phi Ep- silon sorority will be installed at ceremonies, followed by a ban- quet at which charter members will be honored. Mrs. Melvin Scher, interna- tional vice-president of the sor- ority from New York, will con- duct the ceremony, assisted by Mrs. William Satt, Central Re- gional director; Shirley Rappo- port and Mrs. N. Rosenberg, alumnae advis...…

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…12—DETROIT JEWISH NEWS A diviiiei Socielf Cpl. Gary Zeltzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Zeltzer, of 18658 Northlawn, has returned from the U. S. armed forces. He was stationed in Europe. Master Sammy Eigel, of Biltmore Ave., recently celebrated his sixth birthday. Joining in a party in his honor were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Levine and family, Mrs. Phyllis Siegal, Mrs. A. Brandman and daughter, Shelly. Mrs. Pamela Block and sons, Mrs. Rose Ross- ma...…

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…DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-13 Friday, May 20, Elect Satovsky Men's Club Veep Re-Elect Levy to Head Temple Israe -1 Men's Chin Elect Sarasohn Men's Club Head Irving A. Levy was re-elected Judaism Institute at Camp Na- president of Temple Israel Men's helu, June 9 to 12, and a family Club at the annual election picnic for congregrants on June 11 9. meeting held May 12. Other officers chosen to serve For othe Perfect Affair! during the coming year a...…

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…▪ Temple Israel Confirmands At Homes Weekend of May 28 Nina Lask Plights Troth To Jerome Schneyer , • • , • .Annual confirmation services of Temple Israel will be held so 'Thursday evening, May 26. At home receptions will take place it taA weekend for the following- Temple Israel confirmands: Zimmerman, of 19318 Freeland Ave., .2. to 5 p.m., May 29. No cards. Bnai Brith Women Schedule Seminar, In,tallation of Officers on June 7 The. ...…

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…May 22 At Home Receptions Set for Beth El Confirmands Miss Chicorel to Wed Egyptian Engineer . B & P Hadassah Closes Avalon Hikers Plan Outing Season with Dinner Event Avalon Hiking Club will meet at 1 p.m., Sunday, at the Avalon Business a n d Professional parking lot for a hike at High- Group, of Hadassah, will close its land Recreation Area. Evening activities will be announced at season with a dinner and pro- the meeting time. gram a...…

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…To Wed in October Elect Dr. Morris Mintz Tales Out of Scho Friday, May 20, 1955 To Head Maimonides Maimonides Medical Society, meeting for the final time this pear, : elected Dr. .Morris Mintz president, to head activities for the 1955-56 term. Voted into of- fice with him :were: Drs. Milton Steinhardt, 'vice- president; Adolf W. Lowe, sec- retary; and Julian Stern, treas- urer. The society voted unanimous- ly to pass a resolution commend-...…

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…I Local Artist Exhibits 25 Adler-Kopstein Nuptials Planned for Nov. 6 - enai rt Activiiieo Pad DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-17 Friday, May 20, 1955 Paintings at Garelick's Harry Packman, a Detroit PHOTOGRAPHS by The 87th annual convention of Synagogue. A glimpse at New artist, currently has 25 of his BERNARD H. DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NO. Orleans,' old-time vaudeville and paintings on display at Gare- 6 will be held July 2 to 5, in scenes from -Bro...…

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…Reception AAondciy Opens Associated Art Gallery Associated Gallery of Art will open officially Monday evening, at 18041 Wyoming, with a recep- tion and exhibition of the works of 10 New York artists. The gallery is directed by Mrs. Marvin Bruck and Mrs. Samuel Field, who plan to bring to De- troit the works of America's best contemporary artists. Alternate Non-Jews Give $21,000 For Protestant Chapel At Brandeis University I Mrs. Katchke Vie...…

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…CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Liners accepted from responsible firms or individuals by telephone up to 11 a.m., Wednesday. Deadline for dis- play classified ads is 4:30 p.m., Tuesday. Rates 10c a Danny client . • .She had been weep- , ing three days without stopping . . A glance at the amount of . it was for $50,- the check . . "You 000 stilled her tears . may not believe it," she told the insurance gent soulfully, "but I'd give twenty thousan...…

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…— • 17—tiOUSES FOR SALE 3531 W. OUTER DR., 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Priced for quick sale or lease. UN. 2-6254. House open. MANSFIELD, 20200 OPEN '2 TO 5 SUNDAY OR BY APPOINTMENT Modern Colonial, all large rooms, front den, paneled breakfst. rm., foil size dining rm., carpets, grade ley., attic fan, stall shower, aluminum storms and screens, covered porch, three huge bedrooms, etc. High class section. BR. 3-2654. 18034 WISCONSIN OPEN 2-5 SUND...…

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…17-HOUSES FOR SALE I 17-HOUSES FOR SALE -HOUSES FOR SALE • rI .ALF of a duplex for sale on Grand. I rked reasonakle. TO. 69189. STRATFORD' RD. Greenacres Section 3 BEDROOM brick ranch. added jalousie room. many extras. $17,900. Owner. 20014 Rentfield. Open 3-5 Sunday. SCHAEFER, 20231 rick 6 & 6, gas ht., I1/2 baths in pch, spacious rooms, rec. rm., car- eting, garage. * * WARD-OUTER DR. PRICE REDUCED - ONLY 518,900 i nner moving, mu...…

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…-=-3ZIOVErteriTtlAtr'''''r OP RT WANTED GRIGGS, 18085 2 bedrm., tile kitchen and bath, nat'l fireplace, carpets and drapes like new. Gas ht., Fenestra. windows. Storms and screens. $17.500. Open 2-5. Owner. UN. 4-6170. H UNTINGTON WOODS DUNDEE RD. - LINCOLN This is what you've been waiting for. Four bedrms., face brick; 1st fl. lay., 2 baths 2nd., Ige. living room, dining rm., rear lib., pass hall, mod- ern kitchen, brkfst. rm., gas ht.,...…

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…Monument Unveilings (Unveiling announcements may be In- serted by mail or by calling The Jewish News office, VE. 8-9364. Written an- nouncements must be acccmpanied by the name and address of the person making the insertion. There is a standard charge of $2.00 for unveiling notices, measuring an inch in depth.) Irving Wolfgang Dies; Founded Jeweler's Group Irving J. Wolfgang, jeweler who resided in Detroit for 59 years, died May 15, in his ...…

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…Publishers Plan National Journalism Seminar; Will Offer Editorial Awards - WALTHAM, Mass—Meeting at Brandeis University for its 13th annual convention, the Ameri- can Association of English- :Jewish Newspapers last Friday elected Jacques Back, Nashville, Tenn., as president. The election took place at a luncheon at which Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis University, was host to the edi- tors and publishers. Others elected include: V...…

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