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May 22, 1959 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-22

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Marguerite Kozenn Chajes
will leave Monday for her 14th
consecutive concert tour. Her
schedule calls for appearances
and recording sessions in Ma-
drid, Spain; Rome, Italy and
with the Kol Israel radio in
Jerusalem, Israel.
While in Israel, Mrs. Chajes
will be re-united with her
brother, Dr. Moshe Schieber,
whom she has not seen for 21
years.
Until recently, when he was
among the first immigrants in
the recent exodus to Israel, Dr.
Schieber had been one of Ro-
mania's leading eye surgeons.
He now resides in Beersheba.
Mrs. Chajes also will visit the
music department at the He-
brew University, Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity at Ramat Gan and the
Haifa Conservatory of Music—
all recipients of musical in-
struments, scores and books on
musicology, sent through the
Dora and Julius Green Fund
of the Music Study Club and
by individual Detroiters, includ-
ing Mrs. Aaron De Roy and
Mrs. Max Stollman.-
On June 20, Mrs. Chajes will
return to Europe to meet her
husband, the music director of
the Jewish Community Center
here, in Brussels.
They will concertize over Ra-
dio Lugano in Switzerland.
Their annual vacation will
again be spent at Velden, Aus-
tria, after which they will be
guests of the Austrian govern-
ment at the Salzburg Music
Festival.

Fidelity Ladies Club
to Install New Officers

Newly-elected officers of the
Fidelity Ladies Club will be in-
stalled by Richard W. Marshall,
former Mayor of Oak Park and
now city manager of Madison
Heights, at a luncheon planned
for 12:30 p.m., June 2, at To-
pinka's Country House.
Heading the slate of officers
to be inducted is Mrs. Philip
Shapiro, president. Others are
Mesdames William Schultz, vice-
president; Sidney Z. Leib, treas-
urer; Henry Westheimer,. Char-
lie Chaifetz and Louis Bens-
man, secretaries; Ben Cohen,
chaplain; Nathan Rothenberg ;
publicity; Anna Gross, sunshine;
Alexander Gersuk, tributes; Sid-
ney Gorman, fund-raising; Ar-
thur Rothenberg, prizes; Betty
Fischer, Sarah Spiwak and Wil-
liam Elbinger, telephone.
Trustees are Mesdames David
Glanzrock, Jack Horwitz and
Harry Murry, while board mem-
bers are Mesdames Joseph
Brown, Joseph Bessman, Mary
Berman, Sam Dubin, Gladys
Leiberman, Max Sobel, Ben
Sumner, Morris Shapiro, Louis
Shaer, Harry Warsh and Louis
Wolok.
The luncheon will open with
a prayer by the chaplain, Mrs.
Ben Cohen.

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

COUNCIL•ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Lawrence W. Crohn,
president of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, will discuss the
significance and program of the
Council's final delegate assemb-
ly, to be held Monday evening,
at the Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute.

United Synagogue
Women Slate Annual
Torah Luncheon

True Sisters to Install Officers at Luncheon

Mrs. Harris Crane, recently
re-elected as president of the
Detroit Chapter, United - Order
of True Sisters, will be installed
in office at a luncheon meeting
at 12 noon, Tuesday, in the
Northland Center auditorium.
Being inducted with her are
Mesdames George Rosenberg,
vice-president; Stanley Baar, Si-
mon Traurig and Harold Jack-
son, secretaries; Daniel Wino-
grad, treasurer; Irving Bern-
stein, mentor; Herman Schoen-
berg, guardian; Saul Kaplan,
warden; and Arthur Campbell,
trustee.
Entertainment will be provid-
ed by Mrs. Hal Gordon, who
will present a program of songs,

accompanied at the piano by
Mrs. Ben Tolmich.
The organization will cele-
brate °its seventh anniversary
with a luncheon June 2, at
Knollwood Country Club, when
Joan Sofferin will present a
series of songs and Elinor Weiss
will perform with original lyrics
and music. Mrs. Tolmich again
is accompanist.
Mrs. Sam Stecker is chairman
of the day, and Mrs. Fred Sales-
ko is social activities chairman.
For reservations. call Mrs. Ben-
jamin Goldhoff, UN. 1-0540.

Michigan Branch of the Na-
tional Women's League of
United Synagogue of America
will hold its annual Torah
luncheon at 12 noon, Tuesday,
at Beth Aaron Synagogue, an-
nounces Mrs. Joseph M. Markel,
Branch president.
The program has been plan-
ned by Branch Torah chairman
Mrs. Adolph Winkler, who is
assisted by Mesdames Isadore
Leeman, Harry
Gunsberg, Sol
Freedman,
Irving Chai-
ten, Albert
Kaplan and
Orchestra-Entertainment
Sidney Wein- Academy Nomination
302 Fox Building
berg.
WO 2-4814
UN 4-4346
Cantors Applications Accepted
Congressman C ar les C.
Jacob Son-
nenklar a n d Diggs (from Michigan) invites Luusisuzsuuutstissits
Nicholas Fena- all young men, 17 to 22, in the
FINE'S BARBER SHOP
Offers You A First Class
kel, president 13th Congressional District,

THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 8:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Dan Hashomer"
(The Guard), the famous folk
opera by Israeli composer Marc
Lavry, will be presented in ex-
cerpts over this weekly broad-
Mrs. Markel and vice-pres-
cast presented by the Jewish
ident,
respectively, of the Can-
Community Council. Partici-
pants include Pinchas Gorin, tor's Assembly, advise that a
baritone; Shoshana Shoshan, program of songs and cantorial
soprano, the Kol Zion Chorus selections will be presented by
and the Kol Israel Orchestra, various cantors, accompanied on
the piano by Bella Goldberg.
directed by Lavry.
Rabbi Benjamin H. Gorrelick
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will be installing officer for the
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
group's newly-elected officia.:3.
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Sisterhoods of 14 Conservative
Station: WWJ.
synagogues comprise the Mich-
Feature: The last of 15 repeat igan Branch.
broadcasts marking the 15th
anniversary of the Eternal
Light radio series is "Watch-
man, What of the Night." The
story tells of the last days of
Thunderbird Day Camp, with
poet Isaac Rosenberg, who was
killed in World War I, and a full program of summer ac-
incorporates his poetry to illus- tivities for boys and girls,
trate his feelings about life and 4 to 13, will open June 22,
under the direction of Arnold
death.
Fisher and Mickey Stern, as-
sisted by Lorraine Fisher.
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Swimming instruction, arts
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
and crafts-, sports, weekly cook-
Station: WXYZ.
outs and regular trips, including
Feature: Rabbi Morton A.
a train ride, are planned. In
Bauman, of Temple Beth Hillel,
addition, horseback riding in-
North Hollywood, Calif., will
struction will be an optional
speak on "The Art of Selfish-
feature for 8- to 13-year-olds.
ness."
Both of the directors are De-
troit Public School teachers who
Ahavas Achim Youth Group have had many years of camp-
Slates Spring Hayride
ing experience. All activities
A spring hayride and dance are conducted under fully-quali-
is being planned by the Ahavas fied instructors, with the
Achim Youth Group this Sat- camper-counselor ratio about
urday night, at Friendly Acres 7 to 1.
Enrollment for the first week
Ranch. The group will leave
from the home of Steve Zorn, is slightly less than for the
remainder of the summer.
19340 Littlefield.
Transportation to the ranch Registration is currently being
will be provided. All young a c c e p t e d. For information,
people are invited. For infor- call Fisher, at LI. 7-0294; or
Stern, at EL. 6-5951.
mation, call UN 4-2180.

Thunderbird Begins .
Day Camp, June 22

who are interested in Academy
appointment to submit letters
of application to him at 1239
New House Office Building,
Washington 25, D. C. He said
letters should contain informa-
tion on educational background,
leadership qualities, extracur-
ricular activities, and should be
accompanied by two character
recommendations.
The designation examination
is a preliminary test which
serves as an aid to Members of
Congress in selection of nom-
inees to the United States Mili-
tary, Naval, Air Force, Coast
Guard and Merchant Marine
Academies.

Earl Hordes Gains
Insurance Rating

By reason of outstanding
sales results in April, Earl
Hordes; general agent, of the
Ohio State Life Insurance Com-
pany, achieved fifth position
on the company's monthly hon-
or roll of leaders in sales.

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Tamarack Lodge Sets
Decoration Day Plans

A series of special events
will highlight the Decoration
Day weekend program at Tama-
rack Lodge, Greenfield Park,
N. Y.
Prizes will be awarded to golf
and tennis tournament winners,
two beauty contests for young
women and teenagers are listed,
a special "welcome summer"
party will be held and three
Broadway revues are on the
agenda.
In addition, continuous danc-
ing to two orchestras will be
offered in the afternoon and
evening, and various group ac-
tivities will be staged hourly.
Tamarack owner Dave Lev-
inson has announced that spe-
cial low rates will prevail dur-
ing the holiday weekend.

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spring presentation of home furnIshings — May for
Moderns. Featuring items of many decorating moods:
lighting fixtures that reflect yesterday's charm . . .
china plucked from tomorrow's settings . . . furniture
that blends old-time elegance with up-to-the-minute
convenience — May for Moderns offers something
for everyone. See the displays, select for your home
now at Hudson's Downtown, Northland and Eastland.

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25 -THE D ETROIT J EWISH NEWS

Mrs. Chajes
to Leave Monday
on Annual Tour

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