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June 19, 1959 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-06-19

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Planned for Oct. 27

Nine Detroit area residents
were elected to the board of di-
rectors of the Town and Coun-
try Club at the group's recent
annual meeting.
They are Dr. Benjamin
Brand, Dr. Herbert H. Cohen.
Nathan I. Goldin, Dr. Howard
Feigelson, Samuel Hechtman,
John Isaacs, Dr. Morris H.
Marks, Louis P. Miller and Sam-
uel Dubrinsky.
Goldin, who is chairman of
the building committee, told
the membership that the out-
door swimming pool will be
completed early in July, with
the remainder of club facilities
available by year's end.
Moe R. Miller, vice-president,
announced that club member-
ship had reached 475 families.
MISS ARLENE JACOBY
Club facilities are being geared
to a maximum membership of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jacoby,
600 families. For information. of Hubbell Ave., announce the
call Miller, at LI 7-6620.
engagement of their daughter,
Arlene Harriet, to Marvin Ber-
ger, son of Mrs. Herman Feld-
Miss Cohen Joins Tour stein,
of Cranbrook Dr., and
of Student Association the late Mr. Jack Berger. An
Judith Ann Cohen, a June Oct. 27 wedding is planned.
graduate of Mumford High
School, will join a two-month Schedule 'At Homes'
tour of the U.S. National Stu-
dent Association, Educational for SZ Consecrants
Travel, Inc., of New York, to
Annual consecration ser-
Israel and vices of Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Western Eur- were held on Sunday morn-
ope.
ing, June 14. At home recep-
Miss Cohen, tions will be held, as listed,
daughter of for the following Shaarey
Mr. and Mrs. Zedek consecrants:
Zeldon Cohen,
JUDITH ANN JACOBSON,
of 18250 War-
r ingt o n, is daughter of Mr. Oscar R.
leaving Thurs- Jacobson, of 15050 Suther-
day aboard land, Oak Park, and the late
the SS Israel Mrs. Ethel Jacobson, 2 to 5
Miss Cohen for a 16-day p.m., June 21.
visit to the Jewish state. This
PATRICIA WEINSTEIN,
will include a five-day visit on
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Wil-
a kibbutz.
liam J. Weinstein, of 5501 W.
Before returning home on Outer Dr., 2 to 5 p.m., June
Aug. 28, she will visit Greece,
21. No cards.
Italy, Switzerland, France and
England. In September, Miss
Cohen will enter the University Set Parties to Honor
of Detroit school of dental
Adas Shalom Girls
hygiene.
Annual confirmation serv-
Hartwell Troupe Sets Revue ices of Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue were observed last Sun-
to Aid Needy Youngsters
day morning, June 14. Recep-
"The Hartwell Frolics of
tions are planned, as listed,
1959" will be presented by for the following Adas Shal-
Jeffrey Gilmore and company om confirmands.
at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the back-
ALYSSA SANDRA KAHN,
yard of Beverly Burke, 19319
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hartwell. Proceeds will go to
Kopel I. Kahn, of 1555 Wel-
underprivileged children.
The directors, writers and lesley Dr., 7 to 12 p.m.. June
cast, all between 10 and 12 20, at the Henrose Hotel.
years of age, are Jeffrey Gil-
SHERRYL LYNN ROSEN-
more, Stanley Schwartz, Bev- BERG, daughter of Mr. and
erly Burke, Rita Ordin, Robin Mrs. Irving Rosenberg, of
Schwartz and Douglas Raden.
19169 Wisconsin Ave., a din-
Refreshments will be served. ner at '7 p.m., June 27.

r MENU

BY HENRY LEONARD

A series of activities for all
age groups is being planned
for the remainder of June by
the Jewish Community Center.
The Center camera club will
hold a "Print of the Year"
competition at 8 p.m. Monday,
at 18100 Meyers.
All members should submit
award-winning prints to vie
for top awards. A display in
the main building will feature
winning photos. Guest passes
for non-members are available
at the lobby desk at a slight
charge.
Older adults of the Jewish
Community Center will con-
tinue their active interest in
public affairs when they take
a bus trip to Ann Arbor, Tues-
day to participate in the Sen-
ior Citizens Day program of
the University of Michigan's
Twelfth Annual Conference on
Aging
The oldsters will leave at
8 a.m. from the Davison
branch of the Center, 4059
W. Davison.
Metropolitan Beach, Kensing-
ton Park and Pontiac Lake will
be the scenes of the Center
summer adventure program for
boys and girls, ages 10 to 12,
beginning June 30.
Swimming, sports, hiking and
cookouts will be among the
activities held each Tuesday
—Thursdays if it rains—in two
programs of three trips each:
Series one, June 30, July 7
and 14; Series two, July 21,
28 and Aug. 4.
Enrollment is limited to 40,
at a reduced fee per series
for Center members. The fee
does not include lunch. Chil-
dren should bring their own.
Chartered buses will leave
the Davison branch of the
Center at 9 a.m.; the main
building at 9:15 a.m.; and
the Ten Mile branch, 15110 W.
10 Mile, at 9:30 a.m. Buses
will return to the Ten Mile
branch at 4:15 p.m., the main
building at 4:30 p.m., and the
Davison branch at 4:50 p.m.
For further information, call
the Center, DI 1-4200.

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Tenderfoot scouts Albert
Krone, David Kideckel, Mar-
vin Oppenheim, Stuart Rappa-
port, Arnold Shenkman and
Mark Wasserman were invest-
of development for Troop 537
at its recent Court of Honor.
Star scout achievement was
attained by Michael Beresh.
First class awards were given
to Steven Schwartz, Ronald
Lux and Richard Thomas, and
second class awards to Manny
Brown and Barry Fox.
Troop charter for the corn-
ing year was presented by
Dave Zeff, neighborhood com-
missioner, to Dave Goldsmith,
institutional representative for
the Beth Aaron Synagogue,
sponsor of the troop.
The charter marks five years
of development for troop 537
under Dr. Abraham Beresh,
scoutmaster, and Milton Stearn,
troop chairman. The troop will
leave for Camp Howell, Mich.,
June 27, for two weeks of
camping.

The new Omena Inn, on
Grand Traverse Bay, and now
under the direction of Joe
Cornell, is accepting reserva-
tions for its summer season,
opening Thursday.
Panchito and his orchestra
will play nightly, and there
will be supervised activities
daily, with emphasis on a com-
plete children's program. Amer-
ican and Jewish cuisine are
specialties of the supervising
chef, from Miami Beach.

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The firm, which has on its
staff only full-time experienced
brokers, is experienced in all
phases of real estate work. All
listings will receive the Zell-
mans' personal attention.
The public has been invited
to visit the new offices of the
company. which has been in the
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rice
real estate business in Detroit
Celebrate 60th Anniversary since 1924.
Philip Rice, 80, and his wife
Sadie, 77, of 19355 Kentucky,
will celebrate their 60th wed-
ding anniversary Sunday. The
couple has resided in Detroit
And :His Orchestra
for the past 50 years. Until two
years ago, when Rice retired,
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he was in the tailoring business
here and in River Rouge.
They have six sons, Jack,
Walter, Edward, Ralph, Harold
and Martin; two daughters,
Mrs. Dorothy Patler and Mrs.
Barbara Bornstein; 15 grand-
iren and one great grand-
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James Couzens. near Curtis.
Associated with them in the
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the brokerage business will be

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21 - THE DETROIT JE WISH NEWS — Frid ay, June 19, 1959

Town-Country Club
Jacoby - Berger Rites Center Schedules Greater Norwest Realty to Move to New Office
On July 1, the Greater Nor- James Williams.
Names Nine to Board
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