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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 -Broadway will be lick's Gallery, 20208 Livernois.
Chicago. Over 47,000 members in included in the production writ- The first one-man show of his
192 District lodges will be rep- ten and directed by Mrs. Ray-
KE. 1-8196
resented at the parley, states mond Sharkey and Mrs. Philip career, it will continue through
May 28.
Samuel Marreck, general con- Kaplan. In the cast will be:
Mesdames Elliott Platt, Irving Mekler,
vention chairman. The 111 Seymour
Packman, an artist for a local
Spira, Daniel Goodman, Al
Women's Chapters will hold their Shapiro., Leo Rosenberg, Herman Radzin, metropolitan 'newspaper, has
Its . . .
Bill
Hurvitz,
Alex
Weinberg,
George
23rd convention simultaneously. TerebeIo, Manuel Weinstein, Morey Eisen- exhibited in annual shows since For
Both conclaves will be at the berg, Abe Olshansky, Bill Boone, Jerry 1943. He is the recipient of the
Snitz, Seymour Eishenhorn, —Cal Soskin, $500 Butler Art I n s t i t u t e
Sherman Hotel.
Al Lupiloff, Edward Samet, Bernard
and His Orchestra
* * *
(Youngstown, 0.) prize, and has
Saks, Nathan Sagihaw, Arthur Monson,
TIKVAH CHAPTER BOWLING Raymond Sharkey and Phillip Kaplan. participated in several group
TE. 4-9661
Tickets or reservations may shows.
LEAGUE recently installed new
officers at a dessert luncheon in be made with Mrs. Bernard Blie-
the home of Mrs. George Bassin. field, installation chairman, KE.
Mrs. Max Giesler inducted the 3-5109, no later than Wednesday.
following leaders: Mesdames Chapter members, their hus-
are invited.
Irving Backrack, president; Carl bands and friends
*
*
*
Nelson, vice-president; George
Under the chairmanship of
Bassi n, treasurer; Oscar
Schwartz and Jacob Levine, sec- Maxwell Lowe and Mrs. Hy Mat-
off, Rabbi MANDEL M. ZAGER
MISS ESTHER ADLER
retaries.
• • •
LODGE and CHAPTER will hold
Mr. and ,Mrs. Milton Adler,
joint installation ceremonies at
A
Penny
Carnival,
featuring
formerly of Windsor, of Little-
8:30. p.m., June 1, in the Bnai
fun,
games
and
prizes,
will
be
field Ave., announce the en-
Moshe social hall. Hy Crystal
held
by
LOUIS
STONE
CHAP-
gagement of their
daughter,
,
at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, at will install the. Lodge officers,
Esther Marie, to Jack Kopstein, TER
Cong.
Beth Yehudah, Wyoming while Chapter leaders will be in-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kop-
at
Thatcher.
Friends are invited. ducted by Mrs: Leonard Sims.
stein, of Windsor. The wedding
For
transportation,
call 'Mrs. Mrs. Abe Sinclair and her com-
will be solemnized Nov. 6, in
REVOLUTIONARY NEW DROMEDARY CAKE MIXES
mittee will serve as hostesses. A
Jerome Levy, TO. 9-6649.
Windsor.
performance by the Chapter
* • •
GIVE YOU PERFECT RESULTS... AT FIRST TRY
GEORGE GERSHWIN CHAP- dramatic group, under the direc-
tion
of
Mrs.
Arnold
LaKritz,
also
Wins Highest Award
TER will hold its annual Mother
They're kosher... yet cost no more!
and Daughter party and instal- is planned.
For USO Volunteers
Whether you buy or bake . . . whether you're an
lation on May 31, at Rainbow
expert or a novice, you have no idea how light
Mrs. Harold R. Schakne, of Terrace. Mrs. Albert Seigle is in- Betty Kowalsky Recital
and luscious your favorite cakes can be, till you
17303 Monica, received the Five stallation chairman, and Mrs. In Conjunction with Her
bake them with revolutionary new Dromedary
Star Pin, the USG's highest Lewis Manning will be installing Receiving Music Degree
officer. For reservations, call
Cake Mixes!
award, in cere-
Mrs. Lester Jeross, overall chair-
monies Monda.).
If you're an experienced home-baker, you'll find
tetty Kowalsky, well-known
man, UN. 2-6867.
night, at which
that new Dromedary's exclusive features actually
• • •
Detroit pianist and teacher, will
61 volunteer en-
enhance your baking skill. And even if you've
PISGAH CHAPTER combined appear in recital Tuesday, May
tertainers of lo-
never' baked before, you'll know the pride of
its 22nd annual installation of 31, 8:30 p.m., at the Lecture Hall,
-
cal USO shows
etroit Inst
baking
like an expert the very first time you try
officers
with
a
Mother
and
were cited.
tute of Arts.
Daughter
Banquet
Monday
eve-
.
.
.
because
new Dromedary Mixes have unique
Mrs. Schakne
Her recital,
ning, at Holiday Manor. Offi-
advantages no other mix . . . no other baking
director of the
which will be
cers installed were. Mesdames Al-
method ever had before!
USO show and
given in con-
lan
LeBan,
president;
Murray
entertain m e n
Advantage One: Dromedary's exclusive new shorten-
unction
with
Shapiro, David Haberman and
committee, was
ing, not available in any store at any price, gives
her receiving
Irving
Robinson,
vice-presidents;
given the award ,
you higher, lighter, more tender-textured cakes
her Bachelor of
Max
Madorsky,
counsellor;
Mil-
on the basis of
Music Degree
than you ever dreamed possible. (It's kosher, of
4,000 v o 1 unteer Mrs. Schakne ton Hubert, treasurer; Sam
from Wayne
course!)
Freed, historian; Avery Weis-
hours of work accomplished.
U n i versity, in-
wasser,
Charles
Goldstein,
Sam
Advantage
Two: Dromedary's exclusive pre-creaming
The ceremony held at the
cludes Beethov-
process gives you a super-smooth batter ... faster,
Downtown USO also honored Lutz, Samuel Hamburger, Harry
en's "Waldstein"
professional and amateur enter- Levitt and Jack Schwartz, sec-
easier than any other method . . . any other mix!
Sonata M o u s-
retaries;
Carl
Gould,
guardian;
tainers who have presented a
,
i
c-
Advantage Three: Only Dromedary gives you a bonus
Betty
Kowalsky
sorgsky's
"P
total of 10,000 individual/ per- Morris Burnstein, guide; and tures at an Exhibition" and Cho-
free pan liners in every package . specially
of
Ivor
Kahn,
sentinel.
Mrs.
Sam-
formances here in four years.
treated to prevent sticking!
uel Gold was installation corn- pin's Ballade in G minor. -
Intensely interested in Jewish
mittee chairman, assisted by
Advantage Four: Only Dromedary has the twin pack
Circle Branches to See
Mrs. Samuel Klee, reservations music, Miss Kowalsky has devot-
— two separate, sealed packets of mix in every
and Mrs. Carl Gould, arrange- ed much effort to the interpre-
Murrow Television Film
box! Use half now . . . save half for later (ideal
tation and presentation of Jew-
ments.
for small families) or use half for cake . . half
* * *
ish music. Two such composi-
Workmen's Circle Branch 460
for cookies!
included
on
her
"Entertainment,"
an
hour
and
.
tions
will
will show the Edward R. Mur-
Buy them today... bake them tonight!
row-Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer a half musical revue, will be pre- program: "Palestinian Dance"
television film at 9 p.m. ; today, sented by HENRY MORGEN- by Chajes and "Dance" by
'in the Circle Center. Branch THAU CHAPTER'S dramatic Weiner.
In Detroit, Miss Kowalsky has
1060 members have been invited group at the annual installation
program June 1, at Adas Shalom studied with Mischa Kottler and
to attend.
This Cs on every
Julius Chajes. She attended the
Nominations a n d ele:Alon of
Juilliard
School
of
Music
in
New
Dromedary package
the
business
Abe
new officers will
York and studied with Carl
of Branch 4'70, meeting this Women Sponsor
tells you it's
Friedberg and Mme. Moriz Ros-
evening, in the home of Mr. and
strictly kosher!
Mrs. Joe Steinberger, 12066 Mar- Kibbutz Luncheon enthal.
In private life, Miss Kowalsky
tindale.
The Circle Bowling Banquet
The Women's Sabbath League is the wife of Jerome Stasson,
the only cake mixes packed in gold foil to protect their perfect freshness!
will be held Tuesday evening, at will sponsor its. annual Kibbutz violinist- and music director at
Club Alamo. Trophies will be project at a luncheon at 12:30 Mumford High School, and the
awarded and the following new p.m., Monday, in the Young Is- mother of a two-year-old daugh-
officers installed: Gene Brown- rael ibuilding, Dexter and Fuller- ter.
stein, chairman; Mrs. Libby ton.
Plotnick, secretary; and Sey-
Each year the Sabbath League
mour Wedes, treasurer.
sends electrical appliances and
Shevuot will be celebrated by other equipment to the religious
children of the Circle School at labor colonies in Israel. This
OF CHICAGO
4 p.m. Thursday, in the Center. year's proceeds will be used to
Saul Maltz, a n n o unces that purchase stoves for cooking in
youngsters will offer a program the Bnai Akiva Yeshiva, which
of Yiddish and Hebrew songs houses 300 boys in Jerusalem.
and Bible readings. An Israeli
Guest speaker at the luncheon
film and refreshments also will will be Rabbi Yaacov Homnick
be featured.
of the Oak Woods Young Israel,.
Branch 111 will observe Me- who taught in Jerusalem for twO
morial Day, May 30, with a years before 'coming to Detroit.
meeting called to honor mem- A musical program, "Songs of
bers and friends who have Our People," will be offered, with
• No House Confinement Required
passed away. Meeting at the Dora Selesny Kleinplatz as solo-
Circle Center at 11:30 a.m., the ist and Mrs. Joshua Sperka as
• Policy Non-Aggregate
procession , will leave at 12 narrator.
Mon.
Mrs. M. Winston is chairman
• Cannot Be Modified Once Issued•
The memorial ceremonies will of the day, with Mesdames Abra-
be held at 1 p.m., at the Work- ham Caplan and Isadore Levin
Premiums Cannot Be InCreased or Benefits Decreased
men's Circle Cemetery, Gratiot as co-chairmen. The luncheon
at 14 Mile. Saul Maltz will be committee includes Mesdames L.
Because of Change of OccuRati - on
principal speaker. Transporta- Kaplan, A. Dunn, F. Smerling,
tion is available to all who need
R. Cronewalt, P. Leader, R. Biel-
ewich, and Esther Cohen. -
& ER
JDC DistributeS New Clothing
Ben Zvis on Vacation
To 30,000 Children in Morocco
MARSEILLES, France, (JTA)
Samuel Haber, Joint Distri-
bution Committee director for —Israel President Itzhak Ben
Morocco, announced completion Zvi arrived here aboard the ves-
of a mass distribution of new sel Negba,h. The President and
iBrokerage Business- Solicited
clothing to some 30,000. Jewish his wife, who are on vacation
children in Morocco, ranging in will remain aboard during the

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