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May 20, 1955 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1955-05-20

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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 Views
monthly shows will be devoted Israel Cerarates Works

to Michigan artists, with the in-
tervening months used to pre-.
sent artists from other locales.
Among the artists represented
in the first show are Edith Bry,
Harold B 1 a c k. May Heilc•ms,
Howard Baer, George Haber-
gritz, Dorothy Hoyt, Rose Kuper,
Peter Ostruni, A. Tubis and Rob-
ert Borgata.

Spearheaded by a gift of $10,-
000 from Alan Harlan, Detroit
industrialist, a group of Detroit-
ers this week donated the sum
of $21,000 towards the Protest-
ant Chapel at Brandeis Univer-
sity, Waltham, Mass.
This Chapel will be one of
three for the three major faiths

18—DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

More Summer Fun
This Season AL

represented in the Brandeis Uni-
versity student body.
The gifts were made at a
luncheon on Monday at which
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president
of Brandeis University, was
guest speaker.
Other gifts included $1,800
from John French Jr., president
of City Bank, for the Commu-
nion Table; $1,000 each from
Peter Ellis, Dr. Thomas Alf, . J.
A. Schoenich; $500 from Dr. D.
N. Burton.

Friday, May 20, 1955

..

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at

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SOUTH HAVEN, MICH.
PHONE 451

Owne

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• Special June Rates—$7.50 par day

Open May 27th, Decoration

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• Outdoor Patio
Music, Dancing, Sports
Beautiful Rooms With
Private Bath and Showers
Simmons Beautyrest Mattresses
3 Meals and Midnight Snack
Air-Conditioned Dining Room

• Private Beach

Day Week-end — $6.00




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Cooktail Parties
Swimming Lessons
Weenie Roasts
Honeymooner's Parties
Pool Lounges*
*Fro. During Jun. only

DIETARY LAWS
OBSERVED

PER DAY PER PERSON
& 3 DELICIOUS MEALS

These Rates Apply to Decoration

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reenttt3h inn

Mrs. JOSEPH KATCHICE, of
19156 Greenlawn, chairman of
the Detroit Women's Division,
State. of Israel Bonds, inspects
sinks being produced at the
Lapid Ceramics Works in Tel
Aviv. The factory also produces
jars, vases and plates, made
from glass sand deposits in the
Negev. Mrs. Katchke, who has
now returned, was a mem-
ber of the leadership delegation
of Israel Bond women who spent
two weeks touring the Jewish
state, witnessing its progress
and conferring with government
and business leaders.

Greenbush, Michigan
on Lake Huron, U.S. 23

$2850 up.

3 Full Days
3 Nights

For More Vacation Fun, Games, Refreshment
THE FINEST STEAKS, CHICKEN, FISH,
OR IF YOU WISH — VEGETARIAN MEALS
Send $10 Deposit
to Assure Accommodations
Now Open — Call TO. 5-3307
or Direct: Greenbush 9779

1.

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-

Cornerstone Date
Near for LZOA Center

• 4 ‘ . •.,•



1,- 1(4

At the present rate of progress,
cornerstone laying ceremonies
for. the new Labor Zionist Cen-
ter on Schaefer, north of Seven
Mile Rd., will be held early next
month, according to an an-
announcement made by Labor
Zionist leaders this week.
Following ground breaking
ceremonies March 20, members
of the building committee, under
the chairmanship of Morris L.
Schaver, have sparked an in-
tensive campaign among the
various groups comprising the
Detroit Labor Zionist- movement!
to raise funds for the structure. 1
Several Farband and Poale
Zion branches hav,e nearly com-
pleted their portion of the cam-
paign, and Pioneer Women's
chapters have scheduled "build-
ing meetings" in the coining
weeks to bolster their campaign
contributions.
The new center is designed
to provide for future expansion
as well as to meet current de-
mands. Classes of the United
Jewish Folks Schools, Habonim
youth meeting rooms and a large_
auditorium are only a few fea-
tures of the new, modern struc-
ture.

-PI, 4.

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Reduced Spring Rates
Now in Effect

at

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COLONIAL HOTEL-
MOUNT CLEMENS, MICH.

Rates — $10 Per Day and Up
American Plan with Meals

Write or Phone

HOward 3-4505

to MAX ELKIN

Managing Owner

THE

The time will come, and soon
I hope, when Brotherhood Week
will be a reminder, not of the
presence of discrimination in
our midst, but of its eradication.
—Bernard Baruch

COLONIAL

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DECORATION DAY WEEK END

Shevuoth Holidays (May 26-30th)

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N. Y.

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In

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• Moonlight Swim & Beach Parties
• Nightly `Headliner' Entertainment
• 'Boy Meets Girl' Cocktail Parties


Dancing Nightly to Famous Orchestras
• Complete Social
Staff

Dance Lessons • Square Dancing
a Surprise Features

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FROM

SUNDAY
to FRIDAY

Includes

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HOTEL

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