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May 22, 1959 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-22

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A late Friday evening service
at Cong. Ahavas Achim has
been selected to mark the syna-
gogue's first ceremony of Bas
Mitzvah.
The Bas Mitzvah celebrant is
Gloria Marli Burns, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Burns,
of Hubbell Ave. The service
will take place at 8:30 p.m..
May 29, at the synagogue, 19190
Schaefer.
Gloria began her religious
studies at the age of three, at
Adath Israel Synagogue, Wood-
bridge, N.J., continuing them
at Ahavas Achim when the fam-
ily moved to Detroit.
In addition to classes at the
Ahavas Achim Religious School,
Gloria has studied at the
Shaarey Zedek Hebrew School
for the past four years. Her
Bas Mitzvah is the. first of three
events in the coming weeks.,
She will graduate from Hebrew
school on June 17, and the fol-
lowing day, she will be vale-
dictorian of her religious school
graduating class.
Rabbi Milton Arm will con-
duct the services, at which
Gloria will chant the Haftorah.
An oneg shabbat in honor of
the Bas Mitzvah will follow in
the synagogue social hall.

Name Morris Gruskin
. -•
to Boxing Commission

Morris B. Gruskin, attorney
and former Wayne County As-
sistant Prosecutor, was this
week appointed by Gov. Wil-
liams to the
State Athletic
Board of Con-
trol.
Gruskin will
succeed t h e
late Abe Kot-
zen in the post
as soon as con-
firmation of
t h e appoint-
ment is made
by the State Gruskin
Senate. The term extends to
Sept. 26, 1963.
Gruskin is a member of Per-
fection Lodge, F.&A.M., and is
an officer of the Wayne County
Civic League.
He is married to Hazel Grus-
kin, a co-owner of the Calvert
Catering Co. They live at 17197
Woodingham with their two
sons, Michael, 7, and Saryl, 6.

Thunderbird Inn Offers
Country Quiet Near City

Only minutes away from
bustling Detroit, and within
easy driving distance from the
north and west suburbs of the
greater metropolitan area, the
Thunderbird Inn has many at-
tractions for its visitors.
Its relative seclusion from
the frenzied haunts of the city
make it ideal for quiet business-
men's luncheons, pleasant fam-
ily dinners on Sunday and as
a setting for honeymooners.
The Thunderbird Inn is lo-
cated at 14707 Northville, just
200 yards south of the end of
Five Mile, in Plymouth, Mich.
John Dodge, manager of the
Thunderbird, extends an invi-
tation to stop by any day or
evening of the week.
Dancing is to the music of
Don Pablo's orchestra.

I News Brevities

The DETROIT SYMPHONY day, at Epiphany Lutheran
ORCHESTRA wil open its an- Church, 7 Mile, east of Wood-
nual nine-week summer series ward. Among the chairmen are
of concerts June 9, in the Eva Cohen, Winship School,
Music Shell at the Michigan invitations; and Beth Cherni-
State Fairgrounds. The pro- kov, Bagley School, publicity.
grams wil lbe presented free Guest of honor will be Mrs. Wil-
to the public each Tuesday, liam Montgomery, newly-elected
Thursday and Saturday eve- president of the Detroit Coun-
ning at 8:15, through Aug. 8. cil, Parent Teachers Associa-
Underwriting the seventh con- tions. Choral selections by each
secutive season are Detroit of the Mothersinger groups will
Edison Company, National be featured.
*
Bank of Detroit and Music
Letter carriers in Detroit
Performance Trust Funds of
the Recording Industries, in and suburbs will hold their 22nd
cooperation with Detroit Fed- annual field day and picnic on
June 28, at Walled Lake Park,
eration of Musicians.
13 Mile and Novi Rds. Proceeds
• * *
The annual square dance of are used for the LETTER CAR-
the 17th DISTRICT DEMO- RIERS BENEVOLENT FUND,
CRATS will be held under the which pays sick, death, retire-
chairmanship of Mr. and Mrs. ment and emergency benefits
Mitchell Tendler at 9 p.m., June to letter carriers, their widows
6, at Carpenters' Hall, 22521 and families. Tickets are avail-
Grand River. Music will be pro- able from your "favorite" mail
vided by Gene Regis. For tick- carrier.
ets, call William Stokes, VE.
7-8282.
A Short Wait
* * *
The second and final an- Brought Freedom
nouncement of qualifiers for
the 1959 MILLION DOLLAR
ROUND TABLE, covering the
last half of the total, includes
Mrs. Ethel R. Weston, Mas-
sachusetts Mutual Life Insur-
ance Co. The Round Table, af-
filiated with the National Asso-
ciation of Life Underwriters,
is an international organization
whose members have sold a mil-
lion dollars or more of life in-
surance.
* * *
THE SPOKEN CHOICE, a
new book of poetry containing
the selected works of Amy K.
Blank, was published by the
Hebrew Union Colloge Press,
and distributed by University
A tiny immigrant to Israel
Publishers Inc.
is shown as she waited for
* * *
Embarked on a new invasion her parents to clear customs
of America's screens, Brigitte in Vienna, a short stop-over
Bardot is back in her new between Romania and Haifa.
The little girl is one of the
film "LOVE IS MY PROFES-
many
immigrants who arrived
SION," which arrives May 26
at the Trans-Lux Krim Theater. in Israel this year. To assist
her and all other immigrants,
* * *
the United Jewish Appeal
Dr. NATHAN LEVITT, of seeks a $100,000,000 special
18495 Warrington, a member fund in addition to the regu-
of the department of medicine lar
UJA goal of $105,065,060.
at Harper Hospital, has been
elected president of the Mich-
igan Chapter of the American
College of Chest Physicians. He Sid Shmarak's
was voted into office at the
chapter's annual meeting held
recently in Detroit.
* * *
At the request of the New
Due to a regrettable error,
York Public Library, CAMILLE
the price for mezzanine seats
REUBIN, daughter of Mrs. Etta for
the ALAN GALE SHOW,
Reubin, of 16914 Tireman, and
Saturday
and Sunday, June 6
the late Mr. Morris Reubin, is
exhibiting her paintings at the and 7 at the Ford Auditorium
Donnell Library Art Center in were quoted at $3.30 per ticket.
New York. Mrs. Rubin is in Prices for orchestra and mez-
New York visiting with her zanine are $5.50 per ticket. For
daughter on this occasion. Miss information, call Lenn Borovoy
_
Reubin is represented in the at TE 2-1917.
* * *
permanent . collection of the
Jules Doneson, of the JULES
Cooper Union Museum, New DONESON TRAVEL SERVICE
York.
will personally conduct a 15-
* * *
ROSNER FAMILY CLUB will day all-expense tour in Russia,
meet Sunday evening, in the visiting Moscow, Kiev, and Len-
home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis ingrad. The tour will leave De-
troit on July 17, fly direct to
Schemansky, 17125 Kentucky.
• *
London, non-stop; and from
The annual banquet of the London aboard a Soviet Jet di-
MOTHERSINGER GROUPS of rect to Moscow. For informa-
the Detroit Teacher Association tion and reservations call DI
will be held at 6:30 p.m., Mon- 1-4004.

Business Briefs

Evergreen Sisterhood Elects Mrs. Shiovitz

The Sisterhood of the Ever-
green Jewish Cong., at its re-
cent election meeting, voted
into office the following wo-
men for the coming season:
Mesdames Harry Shiovitz,
president; Joseph Katz, Harold
Eskovitz, Clarence Bellamy and
Richard Chafetz, vice-presi-
dents; Aubrey Beneson, David
Simon and Zoltan Glantz, sec-
retaries; and Max Marshak.
treasurer.
Trustees, who have been
named committee chairmen, in-
clude Mesdames Norman Smith.
sunshine; Charles Bassin, social
action; Ishiab Magy, publicity;
Lawrence Terebelo, housing;
i12 or r e y Kantor, hospitality;
Frank Sherman, oneg shabbat;

Norman Berlin, telephone; Nor-
man Jacobs, bulletin; Sam
Leaderman, gift shop; Cole-
man Kevan, kiddush; and Leo
Papp, refreshments.
Sisterhood past presidents
also serving as trustees are
Mesdames Samuel Wilner, par-
liamentarian; Franklin Levy,
nominations; Edward Wald-
man, evaluations; Morris Blum-
enthal, kitchen equipment; and
Al Heideman, Torah.
Installation. of all new of-
ficers will take place at a cere-
mony planned for 3:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, in the synagogue
social hall. A social hour will
follow.

Joel Cohen Life - Member

Wayne State University Chap-
ter of Psi Chi, national hon-
orary society in psychology, has
Irwin Sherman was elected elected Joel Mitchell Cohen, of
president of the Parents Club 13641 Dexter, as a life member.
of Phi Sigmi Delta fraternity
at a recent meeting. He suc-
ceeds Sam Weingarden in
office.
Master of Ceremonies
Others elected were David
and his Orchestra
Leve, vice - president; Louis
Detroit's Leading Entertainer
Eisenberg and Mrs. Carl Mintz, TO 6-5016
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secretaries; and Mrs. Sally
Shore, treasurer.
Plans were made to conclude
activities for the season with
a picnic on June 7.
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Phi Sig Parents Club
Elects Irwin Sherman

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Herbert Cohens Head
Medical Frat, Auxiliary

Phi Delta Epsilon Medical
Fraternity has elected a hus-
band and wife team to head
the group and its Auxiliary.
Dr. Herbert A. Cohen, . of
19700 Chesterfield Rd., was re-
cently installed as president of
the fraternity and his wife
Mollie will head the Women's
Auxiliary.
The group will celebrate its
55th anniversary with a conven-
tion in Washington, D.C., in
December.

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27—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Frid ay, May 22, 1959

Gloria Burns Is First
Bas Mitzvah Celebrant
at Ahavas Achim

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