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June 19, 1959 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-06-19

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Women Spur Israel Bond Sales

Toni:in-Fried -Rites
Solemnized June 14

Activities

Mrs. CHARLES D. SOLO-
VICH, Detroit attorney who
heads the National Bnai Brith
Women, was recently named a
trustee of the National Jewish
Hospital at Denver, it is an-
nounced by Leon S. Wayburn,
chairman of the hospital's De-
troit committee.

ALBERT D. TUCKER LODGE
will officially welcome new of-
ficers at the group's second an-
nual installation, June 27, at
Paul's Restaurant. Cocktails will
Master of Ceremonies
be served before dinner, and
and his Orchestra
Detroit's Leading Entertainer
the Bob Ruskin Quartet will
Sixty Bond purchases were made last week at a gathering
TO 8-2067
TO 6-5016
provide dance music after.
at the home of Mrs. David Goldberg. Zvi Kolitz was the
Elected president is Bernard speaker. Active in sponsoring that meeting and in its pro-
Firestone. Other officers are
gram were, from the left: Mrs. William Boesky, Mrs. Gold-
Larry Paul
Allan Becker, Jerry Olson, berg, Kolitz, Mrs. Harold Ekelman, Mrs. Samuel Katkin and
Arthur Elkin and Marvin Ber-
Furniture Service
Mrs. Melvin Yoffe.
man, vice- presidents; Bruce
Refinishing & Repairing
Lyons, David Maxon, Marshall

■ ■
Life Captures Spirit
Rachleff and Jerry Liner, sec-
7579 W. McNICHOLS
retaries; Harold Schecket, chap-
UN 4-8440 UN 2-7949
of Bnai Brith Parley
lain; Dr. David Weine,- Abe
MRS. DONALD TONKIN .
The impact of Bnai Brith's
In a double-ring ceremony Wein, Sheldon Lublin, Erwin
triennial convention in Jerusa-
Hollander,
Norman
Benjamin,
June 14, at Adas Shalom Syna-
lem, Israel, is dramatized in a
gogue, • LOis Marlene Fried, Richard Salle and Earl Remer,
special layout in the current
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her- trustees.
This Week's Radio and
edition of Life magazine.
* * *
man Fried, of Indiana Ave., be-
Television Programs
The magazine is publishing
Jackie
Mason,
emcee
from
came the bride of Donald Ton-
of Jewish Interest
pictures shot by Life photog-
New
York's
Concord
Hotel,
For Any Occasion
kin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
rapher Dave Rubinger during
WORDS WE LIVE BY
Tonkin, of Vernon Ave., Hunt- will highlight entertainment for
May 25-29 convention, the first
Featuring
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
ington Woods.. Rabbi Jacob E. the DOWNTOWN LODGE an-
in Bnai Brith's 116-year his-
- GLORIA BROOKS
nual
dinner
-
dance
-installation,
Station:
WWJ.
Segal and Cantor Nicholas Fena-
VANGUARDS
Feature: The fourth of 15 lit- tory held outside the United
Tuesday, at the Hayim Green-
kel officiated.
erary
dialogues on legends of States.
berg
Center,
Schaefer
and
The bride's gown of white silk
Call
SALLY
FIELDS
The photos include reunions
taffeta was highlighted by a Seven Mile. • Joe Birnholtz will the Bible will be presented by
TR 1-4141
moyen-age neckline, appliqued also be featured. Before din- Mark Van Doren, author, critic of Bnai Brith delegates and
in Swiss embroidered .roses, a ner, cocktails will be served and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet their Israeli relatives, the vis-
(Other
Smart Combos)
fitted bodice and short sleeves. from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. In- and the noted author and lec- itors' impressions of Israel and
turer
Maurice
Samuel.
typical
sightseeing
trips.
stalling
officers
will
be
Hy
The dome-shaped skirt had a
* ,:
bias-flounce which was appli- Crystal, executive director of
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
qued in matching roses and ex- Michigan Bnai Brith, and
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
tended into a chapel train. She Harry Weinberger, president
carried her Bible covered with of the Metropolitan Detroit - Station: WXYZ.
OCia
Feature: A special broadcast,
Bnai Brith Council. Officers
.orchids and stephanotis.
Brenda Neumann, the bride's to be installed are Yale Phil- erLanating from Washington,
sister, was matron of honor, and lips, president; Sidney Freed- D. C., in honor of the pilgrim-
bridesmaids were Wendy Fried, man, Jack Brickner and Ar- age of the Religious Heritage
Marlene Frumin, Mrs. Richard nold Einhorn, vice-presidents; of America, will present a press
Gooel and Mrs. Edward Kann. Herbert Katlein, Irving Stein- conference with Lisle M. Ram-
For consultation at your
Michelle Tonkin, the bride- berg, and Emanuel Friedman, say, Heritage president, Rabbi
convenience without obligation
groom's niece, was flower girl. secretaries; Irving Kaplan, Maurice N. Eisendrath, presi-
Call Lincoln 8-2266
Wallace Tonkin . was his treasurer; Melvin Robins, chap- dent of the Union of American
Hebrew
Congregations;
and
lain;
Syd
Auster,
warden;
brother's best man, and ushers
were Harold Gayer, Richard Louis Rosenbaum, guardian; Brooks Hays, long-time U.S.
from Arkansas
Gooel, Ira Jaffe, Edward Kann, Samuel Cohen, Mannie Corn- Congressman
immediate past president
--Macy Landau, Dr. Lee Neu,. field, Kurt Ellenbogen,. Harry and
of the Southern Baptist Con-
mann, Richard Schwartz and Parr and Lou Russman, trus- vention,
SOME CHOICE DATES STILL
as participants.
tees. Lou Russman is dinner-
- Stuart Ulanoff.
* *
AVAILABLE
FOR BALANCE OF 1959
Also in the procession were dance chairman. For reserva-
COUNCIL-ALTMAN
HOUR
Very
Reasonable
the bride's grandparents, Mr. tions or information, call Ed-
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
and Mrs. Ben Fried, and the ward Weinberg, BR 2-0625,
Station: WJLB.
bridegroom's grandfather, Mr. or Andrew Wolok, UN 1-2134.
Feature: Meir Vidar, Midwest
* *
Louis Friedman.
director of the Israel Govern-
Following a honeymoon to
IVAN S. BLOCH LODGE,
Miami Beach., Fla., the couple Bnai Brith, will hold its 13th ment Tourist Office, will deliver
will take up residence on Rens- birthday and installation dance a report on Israel. The Culture
Commission of the Jewish Com-
selaer Ave., Oak Park.
at a dinner party Tuesday eve- munity is presenting the pro-
PAY LESS — GET THE BEST AT
ning, at the .Cong. Shaarey gram.
Program Institute of Shomayim, 14200 W. Ten Mile,
* *
Oak Park. Lou Segel, president-
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Jtc Attracts More
elect, urges all paid up mem-
Time: 8:30 p.m., Sunday.
bers to make reservations while - Station: WCAR.
Than 100 Groups
REPEATED BY POPULAR DEMAND
Over 100 organizations were tickets are still available.
Feature: "Tel Aviv — from
Kosher Killed
• * *
represented at the annual Pro-
Sand Dunes to Metropolis in
gram Planners Institute of the
LOUIS STONE CHAPTER Fifty Years" is presented by the
Jewish Community Council, will hold its annual paid-up Council Commission.
lb
held Monday evening, at the membership luncheon on Wed-
Workmen's Circle Center.
nesday afternoon, at Margene
The record number of dele- Catering, when a "The Price Is Kindergarten Grads
gates took back to their organi- Right" program is planned. Get Diplomas at Picnic
zations an idea of the many Dues are payable at the door.
FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL: DI 1 4525
Family picnic day, honoring
program facilities which the Prospective members are in-
fathers
of
the
Hebrew
Academy
or Stop at 13523 W. 7 MILE RD. at SCHAEFER
Council makes available, at no vited to attend.
and marking completion of the
Offer Good to June 26
charge, to groups in the com-
* * *
current school year, will be
munity. From the Council point
REX LODGE will hold its
of view, the program brings 10th annual installation cere- highlighted by graduation exer-
cises for kindergarteners at 12
the various clubs into a close mony
at a dinner planned for noon Sunday, at Stoepel Park,
ORIGINAL CAKE DESIGNS FOR EVERY OCCASION
working relationship with the
7
p.m.,
Wednesday,
at
Club
'Tastes as Good as It Looks' . . . and recommended
Outer
Drive
and
Evergreen.
Council.
Cliche. Harry Weinberger, new-
Parents are instructed to
by the majority of caterers!
A visual demonstration of ly-elected president of the Met-
the types of programs that ropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith pack their own lunches. Cold
We'll be happy to
drinks will be available at the
organizations could present to
Council,
will
be
installing
of-
park.
interest their memberships in-
discuss your needs
Graduation ceremonies, in-
cluded an offering, in Hebrew, ficer, and entertainment will be
provided
by
radio
and
television
cluding
the
presentation
of
dip-
with you
of "South Pacific," a social ac-
tion film, an address on the singer Gerry Vale. New offi- lomas, are under the supervi-
personally
Middle East by Mrs. Max Frank, cers are Herb Lefkofsky, pres- sion of Mrs. B. Shemtov, kin-
Maurice Wilson, Harry dergarten t e ache r, and Mrs.
You'll enjoy the good
a demonstration on the halil ident;
Carris
and
Tatken, vice- Myer Mandelbaum.
old-fashioned taste of
by Mrs. Reuven Frankel and a presidents; Morton
Harold Katz, Robert
An afternoon of games and
program of Israeli dancing.
our bread, rolls and
Harold Berry, chairman of Reise and Milton Goldman, sec- prizes for all age groups of the
pastries.
school
has
been
planned
by
the
retaries;
Robert
Russman,
war-
the Council's mass media com-
den;
Howard
Davidow,
guardian;
You
Could pay more but
faculty.
mittee, and Edith Heavenrich,
couldn't buy better anywhere!
Registration for the fall se-
program secretary, informed the Reuben Miller, chaplain; Sam
delegates of the techniques in Finegood, Irvin Adler, Abe SU.- mester of the Hebrew Academy
obtaining programs from the berschein, Marshall Klaper and continue to be accepted
Council. Joseph Edelman-, direc- Gert Freund, trustees. Mem- throughout the summer by Mrs.
NEW YORK BAKERY
tor of community relations, bers-at-large are Sanford Eisen- Seymour Ribiat, LI 7-2773.
The Academy, located in the
12945 W. 7 Mile Rd.
summed up the evening's pro- berg, Morton Lewis, Alfred Git- Peter
and Pauline Goldstein
UN 2-7980
tleman, Robert Stein and David
ceedings.
9726 Dexter
13137 Dexter
Overall chairman of the In- Blumlo. For reservations, call Bldg., 13855 W. 9 Nime, cur-
TY 4-8567
WE 5-9102
stitute was Dr. Samuel Krohn, Harry Carris, TY 6-2800; or rently offers Hebrew-English
OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK — ALL SHOPS CLOSED SATURDAYS
chairman of the internal rela- Murray Hozman, UN 4-4151, by education for children of nurse-
ry age through the third grade.
Saturday.
tions committee.

SAM ROSENBLAT

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