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May 01, 1959 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-01

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News Brevities

David Nursing Home
Constructing Addition

Construction has begun on a
ROGER WILLIAMS, who will Church, 170 E. Jefferson. Visits 15-bed addition to the David
appear at the Shubert Theater through the church and an old- Nursing Home, at 13241 W. Chi-
on Sunday, May 10, for two per- fashioned ice cream social at cago, near Schaefer. When com-
formances at 3 and 8:30 p.m., Old Christ Church are planned. pleted, the addition will bring
is not only a master of the For information, call the Round the total capacity of the home
to 55.
keyboard but also a master Table office, TO. 9-6306.
The David Nursing Home,
showman. His artistry as a re-
* * *
cording star is evidenced in
which is 13 years old, is Michi-
DETROIT FIREMEN'S BASE- gan's first Jewish convalescent
renditions like his nearly three-
million-copy-best-seller record, BALL LEAGUE is beginning its home. Further inforamtion on
"Autumn Leaves," and in the 24th season, and is now in the the home can be obtained by
showmanship and wit he exhib- process of organizing 12 teams calling TE 4-6670.
its when entertaining in a thea- for boys who will not be 17
By LINDA REISTMAN
until after Sept. 15. All boys
Close to 500 excited seniors ter or from a concert stage.
interested in playing should
*
*
*
and 28 chaperones met at Mich-
igan Central Depot and boarded Raymond T. Perring, president stop at the nearest Fire Station
or call WO. 1-6658 or WO.
the "Washington E x p r e s s", of the Detroit Bank and Trust 2-4131.
with a percentage
Orchestra - Entertainment
marking the beginning of their Co. and general chairman of the of .500 Teams
or better at the end of
302 Fox Building
Washington Senior Trip. They Detroit Invest-in-America Com- the 16-game
schedule will qual-
WO 2-4814
UN 4-4346
will check in this evening at mittee, said leaders in Detroit ify for the playoffs
to determine
wand Michigan which teams play for
the Shoreham Hotel and will
the
chain-
spend Saturday touring the
business a n d nionship at Briggs Stadium on ****************..**).,
Capitol.
civic life are Aug. 30.
JACK GORBACK
'actively sup -
Climaxing the trip will be the
* * *
*PHOTOS
"Moonlight Cruise" during
porting In-
*
i‘
Rabbi NATHAN HERSH- : Weddings
vest - in -Ameri-
which members of the class will
present the play, "Cupid of the
ca Week to be FIELD, of Pontiac's Temple
*
Bar
Campus." Featured in the cast
observed Beth Jacob, will represent the : Mitzvahs
are Stuart Freedman, Miriam
throughout Jewish Chautauqua Society as *
:1*

Goldman, Carlotta Jones, Mari-
the nation lecturer at Cleary College, Ypsi- *
*Quality
work
lyn Levin, Debbie Mosher, Rob-
through May 2. lanti, on Wednesday. His sub- *
i*
•*

ert Ruskin, Tom Segall, Johanna
A city and ject will be, "Does Scientific *
*
Silver, Jay Shumaker and Ar-
state-wide pro- Knowledge Make It Difficult to * UN 3-8532
*
Upon concluding a two-month line Sugar.
gram will her- Accept Religious Faith?"
* * ******* * ******* * **id.`
European and Israeli tour. MRS.
The travelers will return to
ald the week-
FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT will Detroit Tuesday morning.
Perring long obser-
We Make Our Own Glasses
speak on "Is America Facing
*
vance, stressing the role of
World Leadership?" at Masonic
savings
and
investment
in
the
Two Mumfordites were
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Temple on May 8.
awarded scholarships in na- growth of the ,American eco-
* * *

LATEST DOMESTIC AND IM-
tional scholastic competitions. nomic system. Walker L. Cisler,
The National Jewish Welfare Fred Baskin received the Na- president of Detroit Edison Co.,
PORTED FRAME FASHIONS
Board announces that LAW- tional Merit Scholarship, given is national chairman for the

PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
RENCE E. GROSSMAN, of New by the National Merit Scholar- second consecutive year.
* * *
York, is the winner of the first ship Corporation. Fred, the fifth
ACCURATELY FILLED
national merit fellowship in the Mumford student to receive this
SHERMAN FAMILY CLUB
• Immediate Repair
entire field of social work. The honor, plans to use the scholar- will meet at 8 p.m., Sunday, in
• Reasonably Priced
fellowship is sponsored by the ship to study bio-chemistry at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis

ASK
ABOUT
OUR
CONTACT
LENS —
JWB Presidents' Club.
Muirland.
Wayne State University. Jerry Wolfgang, 17556
* * *

*
*
Starr was the recipient of the
CHANDRA SHEKHAR JHA, Michigan Mathematics Scholar.
Disc jockey Pat Sheridan will
Permanent Representative of ship. He plans to study at the moderate a discussion of the
13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE
India to the United Nations, University of Michigan.
HIGH SCHOOL INTERNA-
OAK PARK, MICH.
LI 7-5068
will be the Keynote Speaker
TIONAL
CLUB
at
7:30
p.m.,
* *
at the 30th annual convention
Hours: Daily & Sat. 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. — Thursdays to 9 p.m.
Monday, at the Parkman Branch
The
Mustang
boys'
tennis
of the National Federation of squad opened its season Tues- Library, 1766 Oakman Blvd.
Jewish Men's Clubs, at Gross- day
in a league contest against Topic for debate is "Formula
inger's, New York, May 17-20. Eastern
High. The boys faced Radio vs. Personality Program-
For Hair Styles of DistinctiOn
Southeastern High in another ming." Cherna Bodzin, of Mac-
Dr. EMIL MAURER, presi- meet held yesterday. The girls' kenzie High School, will be
With That Continental Flavor
dent of the Austrian Federation tennis season will begin with a among the panelists.
Or Smart Simplicity for Spring
* * *
of Jewish Communities as well match against Western High on
as of the Vienna Jewish Com- Thursday.
GEORGE W. STARK, former
munity, celebrated his 75th
* * :,
Mary Carter OF CAMBRIDGE HOUSE
newspaperman and city histori-
birthday on April 11.
Members of Kappa Nu fra- ographer, will address a pro-
UN
1-1089
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ternity and Delta Phi Epsilon gram of the Women's Division,
Detroit
Round
Table
of
Cath
sorority at Wayne State Uni-
Materials Sought
urge Mumfordites to olics, Jews and Protestants, on
for Medical Museum - versity
participate in their "C y s tic "Our Religious Heritage" at
The American Physicians Fibrosis Showboat," May 9, 8:30- 1 p.m., May 14, at Old Mariners
Fellowship for the Israel Med- 12 p.m., at 8230 E. 8 Mile. For
ambridge itouJe —Aar —7aohiortJ
ical Ass'n. has been authorized information contact Ken Lerner,
to collect all available histor- UN 1-2440.
Sid Shmarak's
ical material and books in the
* * *
United States and Canada for
Mock classes, lectures, and a
Gratefully and proudly accepts your con-
the newly formed Israel Medi- mixer at the Michigan Union
co-Historical Museum located are on the agenda for Univer-
gratulations for bringing Continental Hair
in the Tel-AviV branch of the sity Day, May 9, at the Univer-
Association of A.J. CUTLER,
Israel Medical Ass'n.
sity of Michigan. Interested
Styling to Detroit.
The Mus,eum has asked the Mumfordites are invited. The formerly of the A. J. Cutler Co.,
aid of Detroiters in enlarging project is under the direction of who has been widely known in
its collection of manuscripts, Nanci Shere and Philip Maltz. local jewelry circles for 44
Your immediate response to our new hair
diplomas, autographs, letters,
years, was announced this week
* * *
pictures, photos, medals histor-
by
DELAINE
JEWELRY
CO.
Former Mumfordite Ruth
ical books and bookplates.
fashions has overwhemed use
Meckler, Class of '55, presented Mr. Cutler will maintain his
Dr. S. J. Plaschkes of Tel an informal concert April 17. - office at the firm's downtown
Aviv, founder of the Museum,
store, 1200 Metropolitan Bldg.
* * *
states that "for the Jews a
In an effort to beautify the
Medical Historical Museum is appearance of the grounds Council Slates Final
of particular interest, for the around Detroit's high schools,
achievements of Jews in the the Detroit High School Student Delegate Assembly
Let our staff of fine hair dressers
field of medicine . throughout Activities Council (DHSSAC)
Lawrence W. Crohn, president
the ages and down to the pres- is sponsoring "Operation of the Jewish Community Coun-
ent day are not sufficiently Green."
cil, announces that the final
well known, and where such
* * *
Delegate Assembly of the year
achievements have been reveal-
Tickets are now on sale for will be held on May 25.
ed, they have generally been both performances of
Election of officers and a
credited to the countries in Mumford's school play, "Seven summary of Council activities
which these physicians lived. Sisters" to be presented - on May will highlight the agenda, Crohn
Surely, then, there can be no 7 and 8, in the school audi- said.
more fit place than Israel for torium.
a Jewish Medical Historical
* * *
Jewish Legion Veterans
Museum."
"Spree by the Sea" is the Dedicate Home - in Israel
Anyone with materials that theme selected for this year's
TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A home
may be of interest to the Mu- Spring Fling, Mumford's annual
for
veterans of the Jewish Le-
seum may contact Dr. Bernard spring semi-formal, to be held
Weston, president of the De- on May 16, at Ford Auditorium. gion—a volunteer unit of Jew-
ish soldiers fighting on the side
troit Chapter of APF, at UN
of the British in World War I
3-5338.
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"No laws, however stringent, — was dedicated at Avichail,
UN. 1-1089
can make the idle industrious, the ex-Legionnaires village near
1
Blk.
North
of
7
Mile
The major league baseball the thriftless provident, or the Nathanya. American and Can-
clubs use about 64,000 balls drunk en sob e r."—Samuel adian
ex-Legionnaires financed
Open Monday through Saturday
during a season.
Smiles.
the construction of the home.

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A mixed doubles tournament
will be held for the first time
by the Detroit Men's and
Women's Bnai Brith Bowling
Associations on two successive
weekends, at Rolawile Recrea-
tion.
Bowlers will compete on May
16 and 17 and" May 23 and 24
for three cash prizes totaling
$275, plus additional team cash
awards and trophies. No in-
dividual will be able to win
more than one trophy.
To be eligible for the 70 per-
cent handicap tournament, all
bowlers must belong to Bnai
Brith. Averages established for
at least 21 games are necessary
to bowl in the tourney, and
highest league averages will be
taken to adjust for the handicap.
Information on other tourna-
ment rules may be obtained
from Jean Somberg, LI. 6-3743;
Florence Karabenick, LI. 3-5715;
Morris Burnstein, UN. 4-4768;
or Aaron Lipin, TE. 4-8327.
Deadline for entries is May 10.

IMUMFOR6

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BB Bowlers Set
Doubles Tourney

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