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October 02, 1959 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-02

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neer Women, inspired by re-
ports from delegates to the re-
cent 16th national biennial con-.
vention in Cleveland, is current-
ly formulating plans for its an-
nual fund-raising donor event,
to be held Dec. 13, at Ford
Auditorium.

Chaj es Concert

MRS. STANLEY J. ELLIAS

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Ellias
are now residing in Trenton,
Mich., following their return
from a wedding trip to Nassau,
in the Bahama Islands.
The couple was united in
matrimony in a r e c e n t cere-
mony performed by Rabbi Mor-
ris Adler . at Cong. S ha are y
Zedek. A reception in honor of
the newlyweds followed t h e
service.
Prior to her marriage, the
bride was Catherine Frances
Colman, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack C olm a n, of 19735
Strathmoor. She was gowned
in traditional white with a short
veil and complementary shoes
and accessories.
The bride's only attendant
was her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ann
Colman. Mr. Ellias chose his
brother, Howard, of Trenton, as
best man, while s eating the
guests were another brother,
Philip, and Bill Colman, the
bride's brother.
The bride, a g
- raduate -a
Wayne State University is a
teacher critic. Mr. Ellias is a
graduate of the University of
Michigan law school.

Brevities

I

JULIE HAYDON, actress,
will present a one-woman show,
"The Realm of a Critic," when
she opens the Detroit Town
Hall lecture series at F or d
Auditorium, Wednesday. T h e
widow of the late critic, George
Jean Nathan, Miss Haydon pre-
sents an entertainment based
on his impressions toward life
and art.
* * is
Dr. SAMUEL KAMHI, lead-
ing Yugoslavian law expert and
educator, began a five-month
study of the United States,
Thursday when he conferred
with officials of Yeshiva Uni-
versity in New York.
*
LUBOSHUTZ AND NEMEN-
OFF, the famed piano duo
that last spring drew thou-
sands into the Masonic Temple,
will open the Mercy College
Artists Series on Oct. 18.

Community Council
Selects Committees

Lawrence W. Crohn, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community
Council, announces the appoint-
ment of chairmen of standing
committees.
Dr. Samuel Krohn has been
re-appointed chairman of the
internal relations committee.
The community relations
committee will be chaired this
year by Louis Rosenzweig.
Dr. Leonard Sidlow will re-
main as chairman of the culture
commission.
The community relations
committee will meet at 12:30
p.m, Oct. 7, at the Community
Council office.
Crohn stated that appoint-
ment of other committee chair-
men will be announced later.

Compositions from I t a 1 y,
Great Britain and Belgium will
be played for the first time in
Detroit when Marguerite Ko-
zenn Chajes presents another
of her concerts of Contempo-
rary European Music at 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Interna-
tional Institute.
The Belgium work by Marcel
Poot will even mark its first
American presentation.
Jewish-Italian composer Mario
Castelnuovo-Tedesco will parti-
cipate in the concert, playing
the piano portion in his own
quintet. -
Maestro Castelnuovo-Tedesco,
who recently won the award of
the world renowned Scala di
Milan with his newest opera, is
presently guest performer at
Michigan State University.
Among those who have com-
missioned the maestro to write
works especially for them were
the late Arturo Toscanini, Jas-
cha Heifetz and in recent years
the Hebrew Union College in
Cincinnati.
Other artists participating in
the concert will be:
Harvey Seigal, Emily Adams,
Meyer Shapiro, Irvin Gillman,
Edward Korkigian, Arno Mari-
otti, Willard Darling, Norman
Gifford, members of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, and Law-
rence LaGore, pianist.

Public School Clothing
Drive Set for Nov. 9-20
Because of the late opening
of the schools and the United
Foundation Torch Drive, the
annual fall public schol clothing
drive for needy pupils will be
held Nov. 9 through 20.

MISS LINDA OLEN

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Olen, of
Snowden Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Linda, to Robert Ruby, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ruby, of
Kenosha Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Olen is a junior in the
college of education at Wayne
State University. Mr. Ruby is
a sophomore at the University
of Detroit dental school, where
he is affiliated with Alpha
Omega fraternity.
A July wedding is being
planned.


On the closing day of the
convention, the 800 delegates
re-elected Mrs. Michael Michlin,
a past president of the Detroit
Council, and past chairman of
the East Central Region, to a
second term on the national
board. Mrs. Irving Posner com-
pleted her tenure on the board.
Another Detroit woman, Mrs.
Irwin Berman, a past field
worker for the national board,
was elected chairman of the
East Central Region, which in-

sylvania, Ohio and New York.
Mrs. Julius Fisher, of Club
Two in Detroit, was one of the
winners of a trip to Israel. She
and her husband will leave soon
for the Jewish state.

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31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday , October 2, 1959

LAT ew ly weds _B a ck from European Works Reveal Linda Olen's Pioneer Women to Open Fund Drive
Nassau Honeymoon to Debut in
Troth to Robert Ruby The Detroit Council of Pio- eludes parts of Michigan, Penn-

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