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June 19, 1959 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-06-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 19, 19 59 —

Install Mrs. Arlin
New President
of UHS Auxiliary

Mrs. Holtzman Directs
Summer Music Camp

Mrs. Irving Arlin has been
installed as president of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools for the
1959-60 year.
_ In recent ceremonies con-
ducted by Mrs. Bert Smokier
and Mrs. Milford Pregerson at
the Esther Berman Bldg., the
following other newly-elected
officers were inducted wit h
Mrs. Arlin:
Mesdames Samuel W. Leib,
Herbert Moss and Joseph Wy-
zan, vice-presidents; George M.
Roberts, Mey-
er Stewart,
Herman Co-
hen, Theodore
Segall and
Zangwell S e-
gall, secretar-
i e s; Mitchell
Feldman,
"treasurer; Ru-
b i n Saywitz,
auditor; a n d
A b e "Stralser,
a r 1 iamentar-
ian.
Mrs. Arlin
has named the
o llowing
chairmen:
Mrs. Arlin
Mesdames Herbert Moss, li-
brary fund and Esther Berman
graduate award fund; Albert
Spinner and Elbert Diamond,
social; Theodore Isaacs and
Louis Sefton, arrangements;
Milton Winston, Max Stollman,
Ben Brodman, Henry Strub, Os-
car Gorelick, Alfred Duetsch,
Irving Goldman, Isadore Schu-
maker and Al Baker, hospital-
ity; Meyer Charlip, Louis Gel-
fand, Bert Smokier, Louis Tob-
in,- Joseph Horwitz and Alfred
Deutsch, membership captains.
Others are Mesdames Morris
Halperin, membership conser-
vation; Sam Stewart, budget;
Samuel Feldstein a n d Philip
Slomovitz, representatives to
League of Jewish Women's Or
ganizations; Max Heyman, Mey-
er Finkel and Maurice H. Zack-
heim, Jewish Community Coun-
cil delegates; S o 1 Slomovitz,
publicity; Joseph Rodd, print-
ing; Morris Novetsky, typing;
Henry Feinberg, telephone; and
Irving Arlin, Samuel Leib and
Herbert Moss, representatives
to UHS board.

Betrothal Told

A musical summer playschool
for children 3 to 10 will open
July 6, under the direction
of Mrs. David Holtzman, a
graduate of the Detroit Con-
servatory of music, piano
teacher for 20 years and music
director at a summer camp
for 10 years.
Two sessions are planned
from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and 12:30
to 2 p.m., and children may at-
tend for two, three or four-
week periods. They will be
taught notes, music apprecia-
tion, rhythm band, group play,
dancing, arts and crafts, voice,
piano and choral instruction.
For information or reserva-
tions, call LI 3-4688.

MISS INA JEAN TERMAN

An August wedding is being

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Anno uncements

A full program of summer
activities will mark the move
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ter's older adult program to
the Davison branch, 4059 W.
Davison, June 22 to July 30.
Membership meetings a n d
movies are scheduled for

Saxophonist a Hit
at the Cotton Club

Instant Coffee Can Be planned by Ina Jean Terman
Sam Katz, whose parents
Made from Tap Water and
are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Terman,

Pre-chilled or tap water is
sufficient for preparing an iced
version of the new Swee-touch-
nee instant coffee, warm-weath-
er refresher now being featured
at food stores throughout this
area.
A recent arrival to the Swee-
touch-nee line, known for its
tea, instant coffee can be iden-
tified by the traditional brand
label.
Superior grade coffee beans
selected from choice crops are
blended and roasted until they
yield the desired flay o r.
Through each step of prepara-
tion, the coffee is brewed in
vast urns and hermetically
se -.led to maintain taste and
aroma.
Not a powder or a grind,
Swee-touch-nee coffee consists
of tiny pearls of pure coffee.

Center Sets Adult Fun, Concludes 'Ladies' Day'

of Ohio Ave., and Mrs. Pauline
Katz, of Oak Park.

Bar Mitzvahs

The Bar Mitzvah of David
Sachs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Sachs, of 19940 Prevost, will be
observed this evening, at the
Sholem Aleichem Institute.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olshan-
sky, of 23420 Beverl y, Oak
Park, announce the Bar Mitzvah
of their son, Harold Stuart, on
Saturday, at Beth Abraham
Synagogue. A reception in
Harold's honor will be held
from 4 to 8 p.m., Sunday, in
the family home.
*
*
Mr. and Mrs. William Lee-
bove, of 18072 Muirland, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Mark Alan, this evening,
at Temple Israel. A reception
honoring the Bar Mitzvah will
follow services. No cards.

Charlie Gabriel, "who walks
the Sax like nobody can" is
the sensation of Eddie Walk-
er's Harlem Revue, fast moving
show at Detroit's newest night
spot, the Cotton Club, W. 8
Mile, 4 blocks east of Meyers,
which opened last Friday.
In addition to his saxophone
specialty, versatile Gabriel is an
accomplished comedian, imata-
tor, specialty singer and the
master of five musical instru-
ments.
The "Goddess of Flame"
Princess Natoma, internation-
ally famous exotic dancer, who
comes to the Cotton Club di-
rect from the Appollo Theater
in New York City, is _featured
in her fire dance.
Blues singer Marie Garrett at
the organ, plus the ballads and
harmonica wizardry of popular
Eddie Walker are other fea-
tures bringing crowds nightly
to the Cotton Club.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bien-
stock, of 20222 Trinity, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Norman Arnold, on June
27, at the Evergreen Jewish
Cong. A reception in Norman's
Arthur Sloan (Florence Wolf), honor will be held at 1 p.m.,
of 1909 E. West H'wy, Silver June 28, at Cong. Shaarey Sho-
Springs, Md., formerly of De- mayim, Oak Park.
S
troit, a son Greg Brian.
a a *
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Feldman,
June 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Har- of 22120 Westhampton, Oak
vey Starr (Lorraine Ruth Mills), Park, announce the Bar Mitzvah
of 19321 Evergreen, a son, Ir- of their son, Elliot Saul, on Sat-
urday, at Cong. Bnai David. A
win Lloyd.
S party in his honor will be held
June 6 — To Mr. and Mrs. Sunday evening, in the syna-
Isaiah Shafir (Peggy S. Rosen- gogue social hall.
* * *
berg), of 23121 Scotia, Oak
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Leonard Wein-
Park, twin daughters, Judith
M OHEL
garden, of 18481 Coyle, an-
EXCLUSIV (
Ly . . _ Since 1941-
Harriet and Tamara Joyce.
in Detroit
* • a
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
Hospitals & Homes
-
June
3

To Mr. and Mrs. son, Ronald Jay, on June 27, at
5:rrri ___<
Marvin Liebow (Rheva Nafto- Beth Abraham Synagogue. A
lin, of Windsor), of Rosewood dinner in his honor will be held
Ave., Oak Park, a son, Steven at Calvert Catering.
a a
RABBI

Marc.
*
,
The
Bar
Mitzvah
of Ronald
LEO GOLDMAN
May 28 — To Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Lux, son of Mr. and
Expert Mohel
Seymour Kleiman (Estelle Ack- Mrs. Nathan Lux, of Penning-
Recommended by Physicians
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Serving in Hospitals and Homes
Saturday, at Beth Aaron Syna-
a son, Michael David.
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gogue. A dinner in Ronald's
May 28 — To Mr. and Mrs. honor will be held Sunday eve-
Donald Zimberg (Shirley Mish- ning in the synagogue social
Certified Surgical Mohel
covsky), of 23701 Marlow, Oak hall.
Rabbi Israel GOODMAN
Park, a son, Robert Elliot.
Serving in Hospitals and
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Brenner,
*
a
Homes Anywhere
of 17361 Ohio, announce the
16 Years' Experience
May 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bar Mitzvah of their son, Leon
Pontiac, Mich.
Abramson (Naomi Cecile Beit- Charles, this Saturday, at Cong.
FEderal 4-4149
ner), of 22918 Bellwood, Bir- Beth Shmuel. A buffet dinner
mingham, a daughter, Erica in his honor will be held Sun-
Diana.
day, in the family home. A
* * *
previous announcement gave
May 21 — To Dr. and Mrs. the erroneous impression that
REV.
Charles Berman (Judy Fisher), the Bar Mitzvah was to have
of Schaefer Rd., a daughter, been observed last weekend.
Lisa Anne.
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Serving at Homes TO
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and in Hospitals I

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*

May 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old E. Allen (Millicent Shaw),
of Birmingham, Mich., twin
daughters, Karen Ann and
Kathie Sue.
* * *
May 13 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Blazofsky (Eleanor Wid-
enbaum), of 20196 Hubbell, a

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Orchestra - Entertainment

302 Fox Building
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J. J. CLARKE

PHOTOGRAPHY
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
Formals, Candids, 3 D's, Movies
For Quality Workmanship
UN 1-9000
Call Mr. Rosen

TONY MARTIN
DRESS SUITS

For All Occasions

In Color For
Summer - Powdez
Blue, Pink,
Orchid, White

Also
Children's
Formals
Shoe Rentals

7651
W. McNichols

Ask the Folks Who've Had

. At Santa Barbara

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Handelsman Clothing

SAM BARN ETT

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LI 1-2563

AY and BILL KOZIN

Now Exclusive Caterers at the Beautiful Air-Conditioned

Sholem Aleichem Institute

Also catering in your home, favorite hall, temple or hotel.
BR 2-0375

GREENFIELD at 7 MILE ROAD

Children's House
A SUMMER DAY CAMP FOR ALL CHILDREN

• Unique Experience in Group Living
• Professional Teaching Staff • Excellent Permanent Facilities

SCHOOL AGE 6-12

NURSERY 3-5 YEARS

Enrollment: 1-8 Week Sessions — June 22-August 14

Half-Day Sessions Available —

CALL DI 1-8673

SUMMER HOLIDAY CLASSES

Now Forming in
• Beauty Make-up
• Fashion
• Modeling
• Voice
• Charm and Poise

Call DI 1-5181

for free modeling analysis and information on our Model's Club.

Special Classes for Teenagers • Budget Terms

IVIAXINE SHELDON'S SCHOOL

Williamsburg Square

19358 Livernois-1 block North of 7 Mile Road

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CUSTOM-MADE CAKES

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as well as all baked goods for
Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and
all occasions in your home
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on Cakes, Rolls, Bread, Pastries, etc.

Ask Australia to Abolish
Tax on Nazi Compensation

DAILY AND SUNDAY, 7 A.M. to 9 P.M.
FRIDAYS, 7 A.M. to 6 P.M.

SYDNEY (JTA)—A

renewed
request for tax relief on com-
pensation received in this coun-
try from Germany by victims of
Nazism has been made to the
government here by the Execu-
tive Council of Australian
Jewry.

Dave Diamond

Want The Best?

June 13 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Howard Feigelson, of 20455 Ren-
frew, a son, Daniel Jay.
* * *
June 7 — To Mr. and Mrs.

MARSHALL
GOLDMAN

Wednesdays, and the same eve-
ning, Friendship Circle holds
socials and dances. English
classes will be held Mondays
and Wednesdays.
"Ladies on Stage," a dramatic
luncheon, led by Jerome Bayer,
drama director, will be the con-
cluding event of the Center
"Ladies Day Out" program, 12
noon Tuesday, at 18100 Meyers.

CLOSED SATURDAYS

• AMPLE FREE PARKING •

10038 W. Seven Mile Rd.
(1 Bik. West of Wyoming)

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