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July 24, 1959 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-07-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 24, 1959 — 1

Never Stopped Being a 'Will-Be,'
Mrs. Kliger to Tell Nurses How

RS. SEYMOUR SANDWEISS

ncy of Mercy Col-
lege's Zeta Chapter of Iota
Lambda Tau, an international
literary society. She eventually
hopes to combine her experience
in nursing and mass communi-
cations into an outlet which will
serve both of these talents.
Mrs. Kliger is a past presi-
dent of the League of Jewish
Women's Organizations, t h e
Women's Auxiliary to the Mai-
monides Medical Society and
the Women's Auxiliary, Jewish
Home for Aged.
She also has served as a vice-

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Histadrut Plans 17-Day
Israel Holiday Tour

A new tour to Israel — the
fourth this year — is now being
planned by the Histadrut Tour-
ist Department for the High
Holiday season. According to
Dr. Joseph Weniger, who heads
the Department, the tour will
leave New York via an El Al
Airlines turbo-prop on Sept. 22
for 17 days in Israel and a four
day stop-over in Rome.
A special feature of the His-
tadrut group-travel plan is that
individuals may determine their
own return dates, stopping off
in Europe at no increase in fare.
Registration and inquiries are
now being accepted by the His-
tadrut Tourist Department, 11
West 42nd St., Suite 739, New
York 36, N.Y.

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president of the National Bu-
reau of Federated Jewish
Women's Organizations and on
the public relations boards of
the Women's Group, American
College of Allergists and Jew-
ish Family and Children's Serv-
ices.
Most recently, Mrs. Kliger,
who is • qualified -as a teacher,
has become affiliated with the
National Council of Teachers of
English, American Speech As-
sociation and the National Edu-
cation Association.
The wife of Dr. David Kliger,
pediatrician and allergist, Mrs.
Kliger lives with her family at
18438 Hartwell.

A great many honors have
come to Mrs. Celia Kliger in her
years of service to the Jewish
and general community — as a
nurse, civic leader, mother and
student.
Topping all of the recognition
to date is an invitation, disclos-
ed this week, r . . .
to address the
c ommence-
ment exer-
cises of t h e
Highland Park ,
General H o s -
pital school of
nursing on
Aug. 14.,
Mrs. Kliger,
the first Jew- Mrs. Kliger
ish graduate of the nursin
school, is also the first alumn
to be called back by the scho
to deliver the graduation a
dress.

The talk to be delivered i
the auditorium of the Highlan
Park High School, where Mn
Kliger herself once stood
awe of a commencement speal'
er to receive her .high schor
diploma.
Appropriately, she will spea
on "Never Stop. Being a Wi
Be," which, Mrs. Kliger say
will stress the importance u
continuing with education alp
the educational processes.
In her own experience, Mr
Kliger never has stopped fu
thering her own education—e
cept, perhaps, to rear ar
educate her own son, Seymoul
now a college graduate.
Only this month, Mrs. Klig
completed a course in commur
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Camp Opens Canteen
with ‘114ilktail Party'

Miss Levine Yarried Zim Sets Caribbean
Cruises to 13 Ports
in Double-Ring Rites

The fully air conditioned Is-
rael luxury liner Jerusalem of
the Zim Lines will make a se-
ries of ten cruises from New
York to the West Indies during
the 1959-60 winter cruise sea-
son, it was announced by the
American-Israeli Shipping Com-
pany, Inc., of 42 Broadway, New
York, U.S. representatives of
the Zim Lines.
Cruises will range in length
from nine to 16 days and will
cover 13 Caribbean ports, from
Aruba to the Virgin Islands.
The first cruise sails Nov. 11.
Subsequent sailings are Nov.
21, Dec. 5 and 19, Jan. 5, 16 and
28, Feb. 11 and 27 and March
12. Other cruises to the West
Indies are planned for May
and June.
The forthcoming series of
cruises will be the second for
the 2-year-old, 21-knot liner,
employed the rest of the year
on Mediterranean and trans-
Atlantic service.
Accommodating about 300
passengers while cruising, the
liner has a full deck of public
rooms, tiled outdoor swimming
pool and a movie theater with
wide-view screen. Ninety - five
percent of her staterooms are
outside, and all have push-but-
ton temperature and climate
control.
Most staterooms have private
or semi-private facilities and
are convertible from sleeping
chambers to daytime sitting
rooms. The Jerusalem is also
equipped with the latest aids to
navigation and underwater sta-
bilizers to reduce rolling.
Cruise a n d entertainment
staffs have been enlarged to
provide round-the-clock activi-
ties. The vessel's Israeli officers
and crew are all English-speak-
ing, and the international
cuisine is accented by American

A special weekend of festivi-
ties for children heralding the
opening of the new pre-teen
canteen will be held at Tama-
rack Lodge., Greenfield Park,
N. Y., Aug. 1-2.
Included will be a "milktail
party," a children's dance and
program, and a special young-
sters' beauty contest to select a
king and queen for the dedica-
tion of the canteen.
Official hostess of the week-
end will be Lori Deutsch, four-
year old grand-daughter of own-
er Dave Levinson.
The pre-teen canteen is espe-
cially designed for youngsters,
providing games, parties and
events, and serving as a social
hall during rainy days.

Serve on Education Group

In a double-ring ceremony
In the list of executive com-
olemnized by candlelight at
mittee member s, recently
eth Aaron Synagogue, Harriet
elected by the Detroit Associa-
evine, on June 14, was united
tion of Hebrew Teachers and
n marriage to Seymour Harold
Principals, the names of Mich-
andweiss.
ael Michlin and Alex a n d e r
The bride is the daughter of
Roberg were omitted, in error.
. and Mrs. Philip Levine, of
endota Ave. Mr. Sandweiss'
For the
arents are Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
Perfect Affair ...
ph Sandweiss, of Taylor Ave.
Mrs. Sidney Levine, sister-in-
aw of the bride, was her ma-
and His Orchestra
ron of honor, and bridesmaids
ere Mrs. David Levine, Eve-
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nd Shirley Boyd. Lauren Sue
evine, her niece, was junior
Larry Paul
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man. • Y e h u d a h Sandweiss,
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Steven Kronenberg were ring
bearers.
SAM BARN ETT
Also in the procession was
and His Orchestra
rs. Molly Norber, the bride-
room's grandmother, who was favorites.
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Picnic at Stoepel Park
Vladimiritzer Emergency Re-
Grand Opening of New lief Organization will hold its
Music and Entertainment
Boesky's Set for August annual picnic Sunday at Stoepel
Park
No.
1,
W.
Outer
Drive
and
A year since ground was first
broken for Harry Boesky's new Evergreen, announces N. J. Ros-
restaurant at James Couzens sen, chairman, P. Rossen and
and his Orchestra
and Greenfield, the grand open- S. Cohen, co-chairmen.
Friends
and
landsleit
are
in-
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ing will take place in early
vited to attend.
August.
Hosting visiting stars from
Northland Playhouse, the new
Boesky's will feature a cock-
tail lounge, coffee shop, carry-
8-11-117. average
out service, dining room for
breakfasts, lunches, dinners and
after-dinner snacks, mural ban-
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quet room and free parking
space.
ALSO
Abe Boesky will continue to
manage the 12th St.-Hazelwood
Boesky's.

Mickey Woolf

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Bar Mitzvahs I

Mr. and Mrs. Byron David
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son, Richard Lee, this evening,
at Temple Israel. A reception in
Richard's honor will follow the
services.

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