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October 16, 1959 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-16

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An April wedding is planned
for Lois Beverly Nachman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man J. Nachman, of Rutherford
Ave., and Paul Scharg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M.
Scharg, of Northland Ave., it
was announced at a recent
family dinner.

Judge Ira Kaufman
to Speak at Opening
of Men's Club Season

Judge Ira G. Kaufman, of
Probate Court, will be guest
speaker at the first open meet-
ing of the Bnai Moshe Men's
Club at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
social hall of the new Bnai
Moshe Sanctuary, Ten Mile Rd.
at Kenosha, Oak Park.
According to Karl Greenberg,
club president, Judge Kauf-
man's address will be devoted
to "Jewry an _ d Civilization." In
inviting all interested men to
be guests of the club at this
event, Greenberg stated that
"no reservations are necessary,
and non-members are equally
welcome to attend."
T h e Sisterhood announces
plans for an oneg shabbat at
2:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. Louis Kepes, 14511 Lud-
low, Oak Park. This event, un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs.
Moses Lehrman, wife of the
congregation's spiritual leader.
will feature a skit and musical
program by Cantor Louis Klein
and the women's choral group.
A Simhat Torah Dance is to
be held under the sponsorship
of the men's club from 9 p.m.
till 12 midnight Oct. 25 at the
congregation social hall. Sammy
Woolf and his dance band will
entertain. Information or reser-
vations may be obtained from
the congregation office, LI.
8-9000; Karl Greenberg, presi-
dent, LI 2-0921; or Eugene
Friedman, program chairman,
DI 1-9640.

`Calorie Counters'
Plan Halloween Party

"The Calorie Counters," a
group of local women determin-
ed to beat the battle of the
bulge, will start their fall sea-
son with the annual Halloween
masquerade party on Oct. 28.
All members are invited to
attend—in costume. Prizes will
be awarded for the most origi-
nal and funniest get-ups.
Anyone interested in the
group may call KE 1-4770 or
BR 3-0297 for further details.

Driver Education JanetWasermanWed Brandeis Luncheon Scheduled at Franklin Hills
Hills Country Club dent, urges all members to at-
Classes to Start to Herbert G. Pont will Franklin
be the setting of a subscrip- tend the annual luncheon.
tion luncheon to open the sea-
at Jewish Center
son for the Detroit Chapter,

The Jewish Community Cen-
ter will initiate its first pro-
fessional beginner driver educa-
tion courses this month.
The courses, conducted by the
American Driver Training As-
sociation, are designed to teach
not only the mechanics of steer-
ing, parking, turning and stop-
ping, but the students also are
taught to understand the limit-
ations of the vehicle, the laws
of nature as they apply to mov-
ing objects, how to see while
driving, including the five laws
of proper vision.
They will learn through lec-
tures, movies and slide films
what split-second decisions to
make when confronted with a
potential accident situation,
they will know what decision
to make, and they will acquire
the proper attitudes for life-
time, safe driving.
Classroom . instructor for
the course is William Bebeau
who is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan's College
of Education's Driver Train-
ing Program.
The course will begin at the
Jewish Center main building,
18100 Meyers, Monday, 7 p.m.,
and at the Ten Mile Branch,
15110 W. Ten Mile, Oak Park,
Wednesday, 1 p.m.
The courses will consist of
four, two-hour classroom ses-
sions and six private road les-
sons in dual controlled cars.
Students are picked up at their
homes for the behind-the-wheel
road work.
All people interested in join-
ing the class can register by
attending the classes Monday
evening or Wednesday after-
noon. Fee for the course is
$36 for Center members, $40
for non-members. Additional
information can be had by call-
ing Dr. Shlomo Tadmor, DI
1-4200, or American Driver
Training Association, TR 1-2300.

The Best Is Not Too
Good for Council

Mrs. HORACE HABER (left)
members of the Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, deliver their best dis-
cards to Mrs. HARRY ARO-
NOW, chairman of Council's
special sale of better clothes,
furniture and furnishings, to be
held at the Council Resale
Shop, Puritan and Fairfield,
Oct. 22 and 23. Proceeds are
used to finance social service
projects of the organization
locally, nationally and overseas.

Jewish Historical Group
Center to Offer Classes
in Junior, Senior Lifesaving to Hear Dr. I. I. Edgar

Junior and senior liftsaving
courses will be offered at the
pool of the Jewish Community
Center, 18100 Meyers, from 7
to 9 p.m., Sundays, beginning
this Sunday.
Junior courses (ages 12-15)
and senior courses (16-up) are
limited to Center members, 20
to a class on a first-come basis.
The fee includes purchase of a
lifesaving manual. Registration
is held daily, from 4 to 6 p.m.,
at the youth division.

Dr. Irving I. Edgar, local
psychiatrist, will address a
meeting of the Jewish His-
torical Society of Michigan at
8:30 p.m., Thursday, at Temple
Beth EL.
He will speak on "The Earli-
est Jewish Physicians in Michi-
Dr. Edgar has spent many
years doing research on the
earliest Jewish physicians in
Detroit and Michigan. The pub-
lic is invited to hear his lecture.

Brandeis University Women's
Sen. Philip A. Hart will be
guest speaker at the luncheon,
planned for 12:30 p.m., Wed-
nesday. His topic is "Facts,
Fancies and Fallacies of Edu-
Reservations are being taken
through Monday by Mrs. James
need of transportation call
Seitner, LI 2-1539. For those in
Mrs. Richard Kahn, LI 7-5178.
Mrs. Alvin Barnett, presi-



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In a recent evening ceremony
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Janet
Ann Waserman was united in
marriage to Herbert Gordon
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Waserman,
of Kentucky Ave. Mr. Pont's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Pont, of Cleveland, 0. Rabbi
Goldfarb, of Cleveland, and
Cantors Jacob Sonenklar and
Reuven Frankel officiated.
Attending the bride as maid
of honor was Judith Caplan,
while Mrs. Norma Pont was
matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Helene Shur, Marilyn Dia-
mond, Pat Bumford and Susan
Dr. Nelson Pont was his
brother's best man, and ushers
included Robert Stewart, Mel
Eisenberg, Hadar Grenader and
Norbert Metier.
The couple has taken up resi-
dence on Votrobeck Ct., follow-
ing their return from a honey-
moon in Florida.

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A luncheonette and musicale
are planned by the Music Study
Club as features of its open-
ing meeting at 12:30 p.m., Tues-
day, in the home of Mrs. Ezra
Lipkin, 17599 Greenlawn.
Mrs. Samuel Koven, mezzo-
soprano will sing several songs,
and Mrs. Jack
B. Mash will .
be at the
Mrs. J. Stew-
art Linden,
newly - elect-
ed president,
w i 11 preside
and will intro-
duce the fol-
lowing o f f i-
cers and chair-;
m e n chosen L:
with her: Mrs. Linden
Mesdames Hal Gordon and
Dan Frohman, vice-presidents;
Ben Meckler, Victor Bizer and
Gilbert Schoenfield, secretaries,
and Mark Howard, treasurer.
Board members include Mes-
dames Jerome Stasson, Nedwin
Smokier, Oscar Kahan, Royal
Maas, Edward Zellman, Bernard
Pepper, Jacob Sauls, Julius
Chajes, Norman Allan, Joseph
Mehr, Maurice Benyas, Helen
Mendelson, Ralph Polsky, Henry
Weinberg, David Cooperman,
Arthur Purdy, Max Freeman,
Harry Cohen, Max Reich, Jack
Mash, Allan Braver, Ezra Lip-
kin, Samuel Schaflander and
Miss D. Wolfe.

Sift c e

Tosca Film to Make
Detroit Debut at Krim

Puccini's "Tosca," the first
opera ever filmed in cinema-
scope and color, will have its
Detroit premier Tuesday at the
Trans-Lux Krim Theater.
Stars will be Franca Duval,
Franco Corelli, Vito Taranto and
Afro Poli. The voice of Maria
Caniglia is featured as Tosca.
Group discount arrangements
can be made by contacting the
theater manager at TO 8-8300.

George Gray



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19 -THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Frid ay, October 16, 1959

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