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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-08-21

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THE DETRO IT JEWISH NEWS—Fr iday, August 2 1, 1959- 14



Maccabi Competitors Protest
Illencleisons to lifahe Mrs. Winetnan's Daughter and
Inadequate Food, Accommodations Home Near U of Al Son-in-Law Gum Up Red Tape

COPENHAGEN, (J T A) —
Strong complaints were voiced
here by various competitors in
the European Maccabi Games
that the food and accommoda-
tions offered them were in-
adequate.
All the teams, which are
participating in this first
European regional sports festi-
val affiliated with the world-
wide Maccabian games held

.
Miss Citron to Wed
Dr. Henry Abrams



MISS PHYLLIS CITRON

every four years in Israel, are
housed in a general youth
hostel outside Copenhagen and
live in large dormitories con-
sisting of 30 to 40 beds each.
For technical reasons, they
cannot be served kosher meat
in the hostels, and this has
upset many of them who need
a full diet to sustain their
strength. Israeli athletes, spe-
cial guests along with some
300 men and women from
Jewish sports clubs in Europe,
have spent three weeks on
their journey here. Many have
lost considerable weight and
appear to be tired and de-
jected.
However, the press was re-
assured ,by the Bar Kochba
Club, organizer of the games
along with other sports organ-
izations in the country, that
the food diet has been in-
creased.
While there have been no
complaints from team leaders,
the general impression is that
the performances in general
will be much lower than the
expected standard because of
this discontent.
Among the events scheduled
to be run in all the leading
stadia in this area will be com-
petitions in track, lawn tennis,
football, hand ball, weight-
lifting, wrestling, swimming,
and water polo.
Sports authorities here con-
sider the games the largest
sports festival ever held in
Copenhagen. Representatives
hail from Belgium, Great Bri-
tain, Finland, France, Holland,
Eire, Norway, Sweden, Switzer-
land, Austria and Denmark.

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Citron, of
Toronto, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Phyllis
Merle to Dr. Henry L. Abrams,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J.
Abraham, of Long Branch, N.J.
Miss Citron is a graduate of
Wayne State University where
she was affiliated with Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority.
Dr. Abrams attended Ttilane, Harper to Publish
Rutgers University, where he Sequel to Novel
was a member of Tau Delta Phi,
and Kansas City College of Hyman Kaplan
A sequel to the famous book
Osteopathy.
The couple will be married "The Education of H'''Y''APA*N
at the Beth Tzedec Synagogue K*A*P*L*A*N will be pub-
lished by Harper & Brothers
in Toronto, Sept. 10.
on Sept. 16.
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Titled "The R e t u r n of
Ii*Y*11/PA''N K*A*P*L*A*N,"
it is written by Leo Rosten
who, under the pen name of
Leonard Q. Ross, wrote the
original book in 1937.
The new adventures begin
This Week's Radio and
where the old left off. All of
Television Programs
the beloved characters are back
of Jewish Interest
again in the American Pre-
paratory Night School for
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Adults.
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
There is Mr. Parkhill, leader
Station: WCAR.
of the group.
Feature: "Selections from
And Miss Mitnick returns,
Ecclesiastes," the Biblical book shy and sweet as ever.
a philosophy, said to have
There is loyal Pinksy, great
been written by King Solomon, Kaplan's shield - bearer; poor
will be read in Hebrew and in Mrs. Moskowitz, whose heart-
English by Abba Eban, former rending "Oy!"s make her the
,Ambassador to the United Niobe of the beginners' grade;
States and United Nations hot-tempered Carmen Caravello,
from Israel.
the Latin Valkyrie; and Gus
* * *
Matsoukas, pride of Greece.
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Mr. Rosten introduces new
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
characters, new feuds, new and
Station: WJLB.
epic clashes in the arena of
J.
Feature: Mrs. David
English, which have led Clifton
Schachter, president of Detroit F a dim an to write to the
Chapter of Hadassah will dis- publisher that "the return of
cuss the organization's role H*Y*Mr'A*N K*A*P*L' A''N is
and activities in a special a more important event than
broadcast in the series of would be the return of Bar-
weekly programs by prominent barossa or King Arthur."
communal leaders.
• * *
Schiff Publishes Guide
WORDS WE LIVE BY
to
'Dynamic Detroit'
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Industrial Publishing Corp.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: The 13th in a series of Detroit has issued an illus-
of 15 literary dialogues on trated guide, "Dynamic De-
legends of the Bible will be troit," with a series of detailed
pr e s e n t e d. Discussants are maps.
This guide contains basic
author, critic and Pulitzer-
Prize-winning poet Mark Van facts about Detroit, the auto-
Doren and author-lecturer Mau- mobile plants, the parks, lead-
ing restaurants, the zoo, Cran-
rice Samuel.
* *
brook, points of major interest,
entertainment centers, etc.
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
It offers advice on what to
Time 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
see, where to go, means of
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi David Golo- transportation, etc.
Beatrice Morgan. Putnam pre-
vensky, of Beth El Center, New
Rochelle, N. Y., will be the pared the guide. Samuel Schiff

gewry

en tie

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MRS. RICHARD MENDELSON

The Founder's Room of the
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel was the
scene of the double ring after-
noon wedding of Lois Beth
Greenberg and. M. Richard
Mendelson, Sunday.
The bride chose a gown of
princess-styled silk mist taffeta
with a short-sleeved bodice of
Alencon lace studded with seed
pearls. Three pleats accenting
the bodice ended in a bow at
the back which topped the
chapel-length watteau train. A
small cap of matching lace
crowned the fingertip veil. She
carried her Consecration prayer
book covered with baby orchids
and trailing stephanotis.
Mrs. Mendelson's maid of
honor was Beverly Stein, her
cousin, and her bridesmaids
were Beth Berman, Carol Fine,
Judy Pliskow, Debbie Rosen
and Marilyn Seidon.
Mr. Mendelson's best man
was his brother-in-law Arthur
Schwartz, and his ushers were
Gary Madvin, Norman Weiss
and Gilbert Weissman. Also
included in the party were the
grandparents of the bride, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Carron, of Tampa,
Fla., and Mrs. Rebecca Green-
berg.
After their honeymoon, the
newlyweds will reside in Ann
Arbor where Mr. Mendelson is
taking graduate work at the
University of Michigan.

Mrs. Arthur Davis, daughter
of Mrs. Henry Wineman, is in
Russia with her husband, who
is on an official role in the
USSR for the New Orleans'
Curtis and Davis architects'
firm.
Columnist Laurraine Goreau
had this to say about the Davis'
experiences in Russia:
"Chic Mrs. A r t h u r Davis
wasn't tempted to splurge on
clothes . . . but she had a
fscinating time at the Amer-
ican Exhibit . . . a 30-foot
photographic mural of her hus-
band's designs for Lafon school
drew intensive study from the
Russian throngs.
"Possibly the Davis' greatest
achievement in Russia, though,
was managing to outmaneuver
the red tape.
"Taking a side trip to Lenin-
grad, they left their main lug-
gage and clothes in their Mos-
cow hotel room, explaining
they'd just keep the room since
they'd be back shortly.
"On returning, though, their
assigned Intourist shadow in-
sisted they were assigned to
another hotel; to the other
hotel they must go. No pro-
tests availed . . . At the other

hotel they were deposited.
"Whereupon, w it h out ex-
chaging more than a look of
accord, the Davises picked up
their bags and marched to the
first hotel, peacefully re-
occupied their room . . . and
were officially lost in Russia.
Intourist may still be looking
for them."

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