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October 09, 1959 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, October 9,

Resolution Honors Nathan Hack,
as City Marks Ripple Sole Week'

Mayor LOUIS C. MIRIANI holds a resolution which he is
about to present- to NATHAN HACK (left) honoring his many
years of "devoted service to the shoe industry." Occasion for
the proclamation was the opening of Ripple Sole Shoe Week,
which is now being celebrated by the Detroit Shoe Retailers
Association, represented here by HARRY ROSENFELD,
association president.

Women Join Torch Drive March
to Get $222,000 from Area Homes

Many women in the commu-
nity will be among the hun-
dreds of volunteer solicitors
who will begin calling on
homes and businesses in North-
west Detroit this Tuesday, as
the 11th annual Torch Drive
gets underway.
Mrs. Ruth Dorfman, of 20001
Braile, serves as co-chairman
of Region 7, and Mrs. Jack
Portney, of 16901 Washburn,
is co-chairman of Region 6,
which have a combined goal of
$222,000.
Other workers include the
following division and area
chairmen: Mesdames L o u i s
Kashdan, Robert Elliott, B. D.
Davis, Sidney Adas, Samuel W.
Leib, Nathan Salicoff, Saul
Glueckman,' Ludwig Boraks,
Milton Levy and Robert Ban-
yai.
A number of Torch Drive
leaders will attend the cam-

paign kickoff luncheon earlier
Tuesday, at the Sheraton-Cadil-
lac Hotel, when Miss America
will be the guest. Tuesday eve-
ning will mark the lighting of
the 54-foot gas torch at the
foot of Woodward.

Farband Tribute
to David Pinsky

A memorial evening in trib-
ute to David Pinsky, former na-
tional Farband president, is
planned by the City Committee
of Farband in Detroit.
Mr. Pinsky, the noted poet,
dramatist and writer, passed
away recently in Haifa, Israel.
The program in his memory
will take place Wednesday eve-
ning, in the Hayim Greenberg
Center.
Jacob Katz, of Chicago, will
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Mrs. Ben Shwayder
Exhibits Paintings in
`One-Man' Art Show

A one-woman art show will
feature the work of Reva
Shwayder, of 27551 Fairway
Hills, Franklin, be ginning
Wednesday and continuing
through Nov. 4 at the Grinnell
Galleries.
Mrs. Benjamin Shwayder, the
former Reva Clamage, of Chi-
cago, is realizing a long-time
ambition in this, her first solo
show. Although her actual
career began ten years ago with
Sarkis Sarkisian, director of the
Society of Arts and Crafts, she
had been determined to paint
since childhood.
Education at the University
of Chicago, marriage and a
family delayed her 'ambition.
But as soon as her family was
grown (including two sons,
Warren and Richard), Mrs.
Shwayder headed for a full-
time profession at the easel set
up in her award-winning con-
temporary home.
On the one day a week Mrs.
Shwayder sets aside for paint-
ing without interruptions, the
disciplined artist neither re-
ceives visitors nor answers
phone calls.
A member of the Committee
for the Archives of American
Art at the Detroit Institute of
Arts, she has had her work
exhibited at the Michigan
Artists Show, Wayne County
Show, Kirk of the Hills ; Uni-
versity of Michigan, Michigan
State University, Temple Israel
Show and Art for Young Col-
leCtors.
In her forthcoming show,
sponsored by Lester Arwin,
director of the Grinnell Gal-
leries, Mrs. Shwayder will dis-
play 25 oils, water colors and
caseins.

Set Luncheon to Open
Sisterhood Season

Eva Kuhn Engaged Dr. Durant to Be
to Julian M. Cohen Sinai's Visiting Chief

Sinai Hospital's division of
medicine announces Visiting
Chief Day on Friday. Visiting
Chief Will be Dr. Thomas Du-
rant, professor of medicine,
Temple . University school of
medicine, Philadelphia, Pa.
Dr. Durant is also chairman,
American Board of Internal
Medicine, and treasurer, Amer-
ican College of Physicians.
The program will consist of a
clinical conference in the main
lecture room at 9 a.m.; a coffee
break at 10:30 a.m.; lecture by
Dr. Durant on "Intravascular
Gas: Dangers, Treatment, and
Diagnostic Use" at 11 a.m.;
lunch at 12 noon; and rounds at
1:30 p.m.
MISS EVA KUHN
All physicians are invited to
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kuhn, attend.
of Cruse Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Eva, to Julian M. Cohen, son
of Mrs. Ann Rosen, of Los
Angeles, Calif., and Mr. Peter
And His Orchestra
Lawrence Cohen, of Detroit.
The bride-elect is a graduate
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where she was president of
Iota Alpha Pi sorority. She also
is a member of Mortar Board,
senior women's honorary soci-
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Councilettes to View Film

Councilettes, teen-age chap-
ter of the National Council of
Jewish Women, will open the
season at 1 p.m., Sunday, in the
Jewish Community Center, Mey-
ers • and Curtis. The movie,
"American Girl," will be shown.

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