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April 17, 1959 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-04-17

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activities in Society

111r. and Mrs. Herman Liss, of 20421 Cheyenne, have left
for a vacation in Miami Beach, Fla.
Dr. and Mrs. Herschel Zackheim, of Huntington Woods,
Mich., recently returned from a Caribbean cruise which took
them to Puerto Rico and Jamaica.
Mrs. Max Haiman. of Pinehurst Ave., left this week for a
trip which will take her to Israel, Italy, Switzerland and England.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Fishman, of St. Marys Ave., have left
for a visit to Israel and Europe. Stops on their European
itinerary include London, Switzerland, France and Italy.
Dr. and Mrs. Julian Stern, of Huntington Woods, Mich., are
presently vacationing in Nassau, Bahama Islands, B.W.I.
Judge and ,Mrs. Mark Howard, of Rue Versailles, Royal Oak
Township, are now en route to Japan, by way of Anchorage,
Alaska, by plane. They expect to stay in Tokyo at the Imperial
Hotel and tour the country for about two weeks. Hong Kong will
be their next stop for a week, and then Bangkok. Singapore,
Saigon and Manila. On their return, they will stay at the Hawaiian
Village in Honolulu, returning by way of San Francisco and
Los Angeles, in June.
Regina Weisman and Joseph Stone were given a farewell
by Arlazaroff Branch of Farband Labor Zionist Order, at the
Hayim Greenberg, Wednesday. At this gathering, the Arla-
zaroff Branch also honored Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Imber on their
30th wedding anniversary.


Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Katz,
of Sussex Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Judith Elaine, to Sidney M.
Rosen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis E. Rosen, of Glynn Ct.
Miss Katz attended Eastern
Michigan University, and is now
Wrong `Atitude' Gives Spelling
a student at Wayne State
Mr. Rosen is a WSU
Bee to Yeshivahis Girl Contestant versity.
graduate, and currently is work-
Two students of the Beth
Mosheh is the son of Rabbi ing towards his masters degree
Yehudah Schools last Friday and Mrs. Chazkel Fine, of in social work at Wayne.
eliminated 16 competitors in 17355 Greenlawn.
A Dec. 20 wedding is being
the District spelling bee, and . Both Beth Yehudah students planned.
then engaged in an hour-and- were allowed to compete be-
20-minute marathon, b e f ore cause they represent different
Zipporah Kahana emerged the divisions of the all-day school.
Zipporah attends the Beth
Zipporah, only 11 years and Jacob girls' division, while
Announcement is made of the
five months old, Will be the Mosheh is a student in the
engagement of Ellen Leonard,
second youngest competitor in boys' division.
daughter of Mrs. Norbert L.
the Metropolitan Spelling Bee
Leonard and the late Mr.
final, to be held May 15, in the
auditorium of WWJ-The De- Golden, Jr., to Speak Leonard, to Charles Tenner, son
of Mr. William Tenner and the
troit News.
late Mrs. Tenner. A June 21
To win the right to repre- to Synagogue Group
sent Districts 1 and 3, Zipporah
Harry Golden, Jr., assistant wedding is planned.
had to outspell her fellow Sunday feature editor for the
student, Mosheh Fine, 13, who Detroit Free Press and . son of Heidi Gets Ban° .
missed on the word "attitude," the author of the • beSt-seller

which he spelled "a-t-i-t-u-d-e." "Only in America," will speak Out of Haircut
Zipporah is the daughter of at a meeting of the Young
When she was born just six
Mrs. Shraga Feitel Kahana, of People's League of Cong.
4003 Cortland, and the late Shaarey Zedek at 8:30 p.m., months ago with a full head of
black hair, a good three inches
Rabbi Kahana, a Hebrew schol- Monday, in the synagogue.
long, Heidi Beth Lichtenstein
ar who died only last year.
It was Golden, Jr., who was brought exclamations from her
given the job of selecting and parents, family and friends.
Beth El Young Adults editing essays from his father's
Now, the young miss, whose
newspapers, The Carolina Is- hair has continued to grow at
to -Elect Officers
raelite, for the first book, and a phenomenal pace, is in the
Young Adult Group of Tem-
lhave the same chore for limelight—the subject of a fea-
ple Beth El will hold elections wil
a second hook, "For Two Cents ture picture story that ran in
at 8 p.m., April 19, in the tem- Plain,"
being published in Tuesday's Detroit News.
ple's Franklin Hall.
Heidi Beth, daughter of Mr.
After the election and busi-
Golden will relate his ex- and Mrs. Marvin S. Lichten-
ness portions of the meeting
have been completed, Henry periences in working on "Only stein, of 24797 Rensselaer, Oak
Winkelman, president of the in America," and will bring an Park, stirred the imagination of
Group, will show and narrate advanced copy of the manu- a News' photographer, who
movies of an African safari, cript for the second book to took pictures of the young miss
upon which he and his father, give the audience a pre-publi- having her hair cut.
It wasn't a matter of vanity
the late Leon Winkelman, em- cation review.
barked, a few years ago.
Jack Stone, program chair- on Heidi Beth's part—just that
After the elections and movies, man, extends an invitation to her long tresses kept getting in
there will be refreshments and everyone in the community to her eyes. In back, the hair was
a social hour. Non-members are attend. A social hour will fol- long enough for a pony tail.
So, sporting bangs, but no
low in the social hall.
pony tail, Heidi Beth will some-
day look forward to being re-
minded of the fact that even
at the age of six months she
had woman's eternal complaint:
"I just can't do a thing with
my hair."
•The first Passover Seder will be observed on

8ng agements

Early Deadline Set for
Our 2 Passover Issues

Wednesday evening, April 22.
The annual Passover Issue of The Jewish
News will go to press a day earlier than usual,
necessitating the setting of an earlier deadline for
all copy for that issue.
All copy for that issue MUST reach our office
before noon on Friday, April 17.
Timely copy reaching us after that hour will
be retained for the following week's issue, and
other copy reaching us too late for current insertion
will of necessity be completely eliminated.
Due to the occurrence of the concluding days
of Passover on Wednesday and Thursday, the
deadline for our issue of May 1 will be at 10 a.m.
on Monday, April 27. Photos for the May 1 issue
must be submitted to us by Wednesday, April 22.
We therefore urge all our readers, including
publicity writers for congregations and organiza-
tions, to make note of this unbreakable deadline
The deadline for Classified ads for the Pass-
over issue will be at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 21.

Diamond Crystal Salt
A Must for Passover

Now, as Jewish housewives
prepare for the many special
holiday dishes and rare Pass-
over specialties for the family
sedorim, salt assumes unusual
For cooking, roasting, baking,
frying-for-preserving and for
koshering, there is none like
all-around Diamond Crystal Ko-
sher Salt.
Diamond Crystal will do all
these things. Neither too thick,
nor too thin, it is a dry salt,
easy to sprinkle and wash off.
Use it also to make the salt-
water for the seder and with all
your food.
Jewish housewives have learn-
ed to rely on Diamond Crystal
for its quality. It is prepared
kosher for Passover under strict
rabbinical supervision.

under the artistic direction of
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes- Will
be presented at 8:30 p.m., April
26,- at Wayne State University's
McGregor Memorial Confer-
ence Center, Ferry and Second.
A chamber orchestra com-
posed of members of the Detroit
Symphony. Orchestra under the
direction of Julius Chajes will
perform compositions by Chris-
toph Nichelmann and Frederick
the Great, as well as other selec
The concert is under the hon-
orary sponsorship of Governor
Williams, Mayor Miriani, the
German-American Cultural Cen-
ter in cooperation with the
Music Performance Trust Funds
of the Recording Indutsries as
administered by the Detroit
Federation of Musicians, the
Wayne State University, the
Consulate of the Federal Repub-
lic of Germany and the national-
ity department of the United
Community Services of Metro-
politan Detroit.

Anybody can become angry—
that is easy; but to be angry
with the right person, and to
the right degree, and at the
right. time, and for the right
purpose, and in the right way—
that is not within' everybody's
power and is not easy.—Aristotle



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23-T HE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri da y, A pril 17, 1959

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