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August 21, 1959 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-08-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Fri day, August 2 1, 1959-20



Richard L. Stein Wins Modern Screen Prize

Offer Entertainment, Election Drive
Edelson-Grossman
Culture at Week-Long Starts in Israel
Rites Solemnized
18th Farband Seminar TEL AVIV, (JTA) — While

In an atmosphere of Jewish
culture, music and song, the
18th Adult Seminar Week of
Farband Camp, Chelsea, Mich.,
will be formally opened Aug.
30 by camp president Harry
Mondry and Oscar Fre&lel, sec-
retary of District 6 of Farband,
Labor Zionist Organization.
Continuing through Sept. 7,
the seminar will feature a series
of three lectures by Prof. Moses
A. Shulvass, chairmr in the
department of graduate study
of the College of Jewish Studies

Miss Benya Prof. Shulvass

in Chicago; a colorful music
program by Mascha Benya, ac-
tress, folk and classical singer;
and entertainment by the versa-
tile Jewish actor, Yehudah
Bleich.
Special guest lecturer will be
Prof. Milton Covensky, history
professor at Wayne State Uni-
versity.
The sixth district of Farband,
LZO, will be represented at
the camp by -.members from
Michigan, Ohio and Western
Pennsylvania. Mondry asks that
all members and friends who
are interested in attending the
seminar register early since all
motel and hotel rooms have
been reserved, and only cabin
accommodations remain. For
information, call UN 4-0730, or
the Camp, GR 5-3001.

Workmen's Circle Lists
Numerous Activities .

Enrollment has begun in the
new nursery of the Workmen's
Circle School. Miriam Gornbein
is the supervisor, with Pauline
Forman and Rivka Barley as
teachers.
The head of the Workmen's
Circle educational department,
Zalman Yefroikin, will visit De-
troit soon in connection with
extensive plans for the W. C.
School.
A Rosh Hashanah program is
planned for Oct. 3. Monroe Title
will serve as moderator.
Workmen's Circle Week at
Camp Tanuga in Kalkaska be-
gins Saturday, continuing
through Aug. 30.

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several members of the Cabi-
net, including Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion, are still
vacationing, resting in prepara-
tion for an election campaign
expected to be rough and hard-
hitting, the campaign for No-
vember's general elections
actually got under way at two
meetings here.
The dominant Mapai party
held a rally here addressed
by Foreign Minister Golda
Meir and Abba Eban, former
Ambassador to the United
States. The left-wing Ahdut
Avodah heard a fighting
speech by Gen. Yigal Allon,
retired Army hero of the 1948
War of Liberation. Election
rallies were held throughout
the country also by the Gen-
eral Zionists and by the Herut
party.
Stung by Herut party
charges that the governments
led by the Mapai party had
wasted millions of dollars
received from abroad, the
Mapai ran large advertise-
ments in the newspapers to
defend the administration.
Dr. Yigal Yadin, the archae-
ologist who commanded Israel's
army in the 1948 War of Liber-
ation, disclosed that his retire-
ment as Chief of Staff of Is-
rael's armed forces had been
due to differences with Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion
over the question of a reserve
army.

Richard L. Stein, of the Wil- Center News, Stein is now
shire Hotel, won a first prize writing and submitting plays
of $10 in a contest sponsored to TV.
by the Modern Screen maga-
zine. This is the fifth movie
magazine prize Stein has won
.1 JACK GORBACK
in the past four years.
Formerly editor and edi- :PHOTOS
torial writer for the Jewish

Dave Diamond

Orchestra - Entertainment

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302 Fox
2-4814

Building

UN 4-4346

Weddings
Bar
Mitzvahs

*
*Quality work

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UN 3-8532

*********************,

BOOK-COUZENS TRAVEL

MRS. ALVIN EDELSON

is pleased to announce the affiliation of

An evening ceremony at Cong.
Bnai David, Sunday, united in
MRS. CLARA (MAX) FRANK
marriage Joanne Helen Gross-
man and Alvin Leon Edelson.
as its authorized representative.
The new Mrs. Edelson, daugh-
She will be happy to serve you in your
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses
Grossman, and the bridegroom,
travel requirements.
son of Mrs. Joseph Birnberg
and the late Mr. Arthur Edel-
Business Phone BR. 2-2400
son, were wed by Rabbi Hayim
Donin and Cantor Hyman Adler.
Residence Phone UN. 3-5475
The bride chose a Renais-
sance gown of white Chantilly
lace. She wore a fingertip veil
of silk illusion which fell from
W C
a crown of heirloom orange
WC
blossoms, and carried a bouquet
of white orchids and steph-
anotis attached to her Bible.
Mrs. Richard Blatt, the bride's
aunt, was matron of honor.
Other attendants were Carol
Grossman, Reva Rice. Mrs. Jack
Horowitz and Mrs. Harold Pol-
asky.
Jack Horowitz, brother-in-law
We have openings on our Bowling Team for
of the bridegroom, was his best
couples interested in mixed league bowling.
man. Ushers were- Richard
Grossman, Aaron Kraft, Arnold
Beautiful new alleys at Melody Lanes—South-
Aug. 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Fisher and Stanley Stalburg.
field at Ten Mile — on Wednesday nights.
Donald A. Goren (Thelma-Lynn
Upon their return from their
Gubow), of 19206 Rensselaer, Florida honeymoon, the newly-
Livonia, a son, Leonard Jay.
Anyone interested, please call Edith
weds will reside on Votrabeck
* *
Court.
Pam
at UN 4-6976 any day after 6 p.m.
Aug. 15—To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lipson (Marilyn Gla-
WC
WC
sier), of 18714 Roselawn, a son, Issue Book of Film
Daniel Jay.
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'The Big Fisherman'
Aug. 12—To Mr. and Mrs.
The story of a major feature
James Stuart Eisen (Rena Spil- motion picture, "The Big Fish-
man), of 29409 Everett, South- erman," based on the novel by
field, a daughter, Terri Ellen.
Lloyd C. Douglas, to be pro-
C
*
duced by Centurion Films, is
Aug. 11 — To Mr. and Mrs. incorporated in an impressively
Mandell Simon (Arlene Joyce illustrated book published by
Nachman), of 20561 Rutherford, Random House.
a daughter, Lori Denise.
This Rowland V. Lee produc-
C
*
tion promises to be an out-
Aug. 11—To Mr. and Mrs. P.
standing Hollywood product.
68 W. 58th ST., NEW YORK 19, N. Y.
David Weisman (Judy Mat- The book was edited by James
Insure the success of your visit to N. Y. by
thews), former Detroiters now Hardiman, art direction by Rob-
stopping at the modern, friendly Park
of Toronto, Ont., a daughter,
ert Moore and photos by Don
Chambers. Only a block from Central
Wendy Gail.
Park, in the fashionable 57th St. Area,
Christie.

*
close to shops, Theatres, and all Transit
The theme deals with Biblical
Aug. 7—To Mr. and Mrs.
facilities. T.Y., Kitchenettes. Air Condi-
Boruch Rudyan (Delphine Ros- history of the time of Jesus and
tioned. Singles from $8 Doubles $12,
is
related
to
the
Herodian
pe-
lyn Weisner, of Detroit), of
2 Room suites from $16.
riod
in
Jewish
history.
Shomron, Israel, a daughter,
Write or wire for reservations
The book is an impressive
Dana Michel.
James A. Flood, Manager
• * C
account of what promises to be
Aug. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. an outstanding product of the
Arnold Saltzman (Wilma Rae film industry.
Gold), of Oak Park, a son,
Bruce.
*
*
July 29—To Mr. and Mrs.
William Farber (Audrey Edel-
DON'T WAIT:: ENJOY YOUR
stein), of 19458 Hardy, Livonia,
a son, David Brian.

Attention Mixed
League Bowlers

MEN . . . WOMEN

Birth
nnouncements

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July 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Si-
mon D. Traurig, of 12801 Pem-
broke, twin sons, Joel and Mark.

July 25 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Milford Singer (Lois Weingar-
den), of 22569 S. Bellwood,
Southfield Township, a son,
Craig Howard.
• *
July 24—To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert J. Gold (R oslyn
Bender), of 24030 Eastwood,
Oak Park, a son, Richard Joel.

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