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May 15, 1959 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-15

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THE DETROIT JEW ISH NEWS — Friday, May 15, 1959- 16

JWV Activities

CHARLES & AARON KO
GAN POST and AUXILIARY
will jointly install new officers
at 8:30 p.m., Sunday, at the
Memorial Home. Judge Edward
S. Piggins, former Detroit Po-
lice Commissioner and. newly-
elected to the Wayne County
Circuit Court bench, will speak.
He also will be presented with
a citation for outstanding com-
munity achievement. Post of-
ficers to be inducted are Hal
Blumber g, commander; Sid
Fineberg and Mel Grossman,
vice - commanders; H e r in a n
Glass, adjutant; Mort Margolis,
quartermaster; Meyer Feldman,
judge advocate; and William
Geer, Marvin Epstein and Ar-
nold Grossman, trustees. The
Auxiliary will install Audrey
Mogill, president; Dolores Feld-
man and Pauline Buch, vice-
presidents; Florence Stolman,
treasurer; Clarice Barack and
Pauline Goldberg, secretaries;
and Sara Kogan, Ann Epstein
and Marilyn Epstein, trustees.
*
ROBERT J. RAFELSON
POST and AUXILIARY are
jointly sponsoring a paid-up.
membership wienie roast at 7
p.m., Tuesday, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Oppen-
heim. Oppenheim is the newly-
elected Post commander. He
was elected with Robert Zelvin
and Fred Erlebacher, vice-com-
manders. Irene Berris will re-
view the Leon Uris best-sileer
"Exodus," according to Mrs.
Nate Brenner, newly-elected
Auxiliary president. Co-hos-
tesses at the party will be
Mesdames Frances Rafelson
and Hank Mills.
* * *
Lt. ROY F. GREEN POST
and AUXILIARY will hold
joint installation ceremonies
this Saturday evening, at the
Memorial Home. New officers
of the Auxiliary, who will be
inducted by Mrs. Sam Spolan,
past Auxiliary and Department
president, are: Mesdames Mar-
cus Scheinker, president; Jerry
Dale and Sylvia Zide, vice-
presidents; and Milton Sriro,
treasurer. New Post officers
are: Marvin Foxman, com-
mander; Oscar Braun and
Morris Love, vice-commanders;
and Russell Greenberg, quarter-
master. Friends are invited to
attend.
* * *
YETZ - COHEN P 0 S T and
AUXILIARY will install their
newly-elected officers in cere-
monies Sunday evening, at the
Memorial Home. A social hour
will follow. The Auxiliary is
planning a mother and daughter
program for Monday evening, in
the Memorial Home, according
to Ruth Wolfe, junior vice-pres-
i d e n t. For reservations, call
Shirley Selick, president, LI
7-2767, or Mrs. W o 1 f e, WE
5-2240.

Alan Gale to Star
Dinner-Dance Saturday to Open
at Ford Auditorium
City of Hope Month for Local Group with All-Star Revue

Comedian Alan Gale will be
the headliner of an all-star re-
vue to appear here June 6 and
7, at the Ford Auditorium.
Gale, whose repute as one of
the nation's leading monologists,
has captivated audiences with
his endless flow of original ma-
terial. While..
he has appear-
ed in Detroit',
for community,.
benefits in the;
past, this will
be his first
public appear-
ance here.
The popular
comedian is
well - known
Alan Gale
t o Detroiters
Nvho have seen him perform in
his own night clubs in Miami
and New York or who have
witnessed his appearances on
City of Hope Month, proclaimed by Gov. Williams to extend television.
He is being brought here by
from May 10 to June 10, is being celebrated by the City of Hope
Cancer Fighters in a variety of programs. Here, members Lenn Borovoy, of Personal Pro-
prepare for their annual dinner-dance, to be held this Satur- ductions. The June 6 perform-
day, at Holiday Manor. Shown, left to right, seated, are: ance is being sponsored by
Mesdames HAROLD LUPILOFF, journal chairman; ABE Cong. Bnai David.
Tickets for the June 6 show
EIZELMAN, vice-president and dance chairman; and ANDREW
BERGER, president; standing, Mesdames ISADORE EPSTEIN are available by calling the con-
and ALBERT KANFER, in charge of reservations and tickets. gregation office, EL. 6-8210.
Other events will be a house-to-house campaign on June 3 and Tickets for the following night
annual Tag Day, June 4, from which proceeds will go to the are available from Borovoy,
Duarte, Calif., institution. Dinner-dance reservations may be - 4255 Woodward, TE. 2-1917;
obtained from Mrs. Epstein, UN. 3.4261; or Mrs. Kanfer, Elkin Travel Service, 19437 Liv-
nernois; or at Grinnell's down-
UN. 3-9735.
town.

JNF Auxiliary
to Salute Israel

The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish National Fund will cele-
brate Israel's 11th anniversary
of independence with an open
meeting planned for 12:30 p.m.,
Tuesday, at Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue.
Mrs. Willian Schumer, pro-
gram chairman, announces that
the Auxiliary's dramatic group
will perform in a cantata, "The
World of Sholem Aleichem,
directed by Mesdames Irving
Arlin and William Levin.
Appearing with the group as
guest vocalist will be Mesdames
Jacob Axelrod, Sol Slomovitz,
Milton Winston and E. Saltz-
man. Piano accompaniment will
be by Mrs. George Bassin.
A slate of new officers will
be presented by Mrs. A. Sche-
uer, chairman of the nominat-
ing committee, and life mem-
bers will be honored and pre-
sented with pins by Mrs. Ben
Nosan, membership chairman.
Hostesses for a dessert lunch-
eon which will precede the pro-
gram are Mesdames Joseph
Rubin, William Klafer, Albert
Posen, William Schumer and
Celia Chase.
Mrs. Max Stollman, president
of the Auxiliary, invites mem-
bers to bring their friends.

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Local Violinist Goes
into Second Round of
Brussels Competition

Joseph Silverstein, prominent
in the community as a violinist,
was one of 24 who are going
into the second round in an in-
vitational Brussels competition
for the Queen Elizabeth Prize
and a tap award of $3,000.
The competition for violinists
is held every four years under
t h e patronage of Belgium's
Queen Mother Elizabeth. Only
three Americans came through
the first round in the contest.
Silverstein, 27, has appeared
several times with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra and in re-
citals here. He received his
early training in Detroit, later
studying with Efrem Zimbalist.
He is the son of the late Ber-
nard Silverstein, who was an
orchestra instructor at Central
High School here.

Pogrebishtchers Disband;
Funds Go to Charities

Pogrebishtcher Progressive
Society of Detroit announces
the dissolution of its organiza-
tion.
Naftali Zack, who has served
as the group's president for 15
years, said that the group had
served its purpose with the
growth of a new generation and
was therefore disbanding. The
society's funds were distributed
to educational and charitable
organizations, with 5500 going
to Yeshivath Beth Yehudah,
5500 to the Jewish Home for
the Aged, $500 to Israeli or-
ganizations and $200 to the He-
brew Benevolent Society.
Officers of the group at the
time it dissolved were Zack,
president; Hyman Unatin, vice-
president; Abraham Turbow,
treasurer; and Fritz Hoffman,
secretary.

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