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October 23, 1959 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-23

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News Brevities

An important landmark in the
development of the Cleveland
Orchestra, which will appear
under George
Szell at the
Masonic Tem-
ple on Nov. 2,
at 8:20 p.m.,
was its first
European tour,
which took
place during
May and June
of 1 9 5 7. At
the invitation
of the U.S. De-
partment o f
State, the Or-
chestra t r a v-
veled through- Szell
out the Continent, flying from
country to country to meet its
arduous schedule of 29 con-
certs in 40 days. The reward was
an uninterrupted series of tri-
umphs unequalled in the Or-
chestra's h i s t ory, and the
establishment of an i n t e r-
national reputation even exceed-
ing its a l r ea d y recognized
national prominence.
* *

Paintings by Irene Gaya s
Jungwirth a n d sculpture by
Leonard D. Jungwirth, both per-
manently represented in the
Detroit Museum of Arts, are
currently being shown at GARE-
LICK'S GALLERIES, 20208 Liv-
ernois. The showing will con-
tinue through Oct. 31.
* * *

An exhibition of Italian paint-
ings, brought to Detroit by Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Winkelman,
are currently on display at
GALLERY 4, 20090 Livernois.
A second group of the paintings
by young Italian artists will go
on display for two weeks, be-
ginning Sunday.
* * *
On Oct. 23 and 24, the Bob
Markotan Players will present

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Smart brides select the
Sheraton-Cadillac for their
weddings and receptions. And
for good reason! First, the
staff of this famous hotel spe-
cializes in catering to wed-
dings — lifts so many nagging
details from the shoulders of
the bride and her family.
And whether you select the
magnificent Grand Ballroom
for a party of 750, or one of
our exquisite Parlors for an
intimate family group of as
small as twenty, you may rest
assured that the accommoda-
tions and service will be the
finest in Detroit.
Our prices are reasonable,
and you'll always be prolid to
remember that your wedding
was at the Sheraton-Cadillac.

For information and reservations, call
Herman Schwartz at Woodward 1.8000

SHERATON-CADILLAC
HOTEL

Washington Blvd at Michigan Ave.

Mark Schmidt, General Manager

the three-act comedy HARVEY
by Mary Chase at the Detroit
Federation of Women's Clubs
Auditorium, Second and
Hancock.
*

"The Diary of Anne Frank"
will open the theater season for
the MERCY COLLEGE speech
and drama department. The
play will run Oct. 29 to Nov. 1,
with performances at 8 p.m.
and a 2 p.m. matinee on Oct. 31.
All performances are held in
the McAuley Auditorium, 8200
W. Outer br.

ROSNER. FAMILY CLUB
will meet Sunday evening, in
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Rosner, 20470 Ward.

MISS LINDA KATCHER

Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Schu-
ster, of Canterbury Rd., an-
Lauren Bacall, starring in the nounce the engagement of their
title role of George Axelrod's daughter, Linda Katcher, to
new com-
Lawrence Hack, son of Mr. and
edy "Goodbye
Mrs. Leonard Hack, also of
Charlie," d i -
Canterbury Rd.
rected by
Both Miss Katcher and Mr.
Axelrod a n d
Hack are students at the Uni-
produced by
versity of Michigan, where he
Leland H o w -
is a member of Tau Delta Phi
ard, opens a
fraternity. A June 23 wedding
two - week en-
is being planned.
gagement a t
the Shubert
Theater, Mon-
Bacall
d a y evening.
Sydney Chaplin plays the lead-
ing role opposite Miss Bacall.
* *
The fifth annual "Book of
MATTATHIAS TENT-HIVE, the Brunch Club" series ar-
Maccabees, will hold a Hal- ranged by the Sisterhood of
lowe'n games party at 8:30 p.m. Cong. Shaarey Zedek will be-
Oct. 31 at the Hayim Greenberg gin Nov. 4, with Mrs. Morris
Center, 19161 Schaefer. Prizes Adler again presenting the book
and refreshments will be -fea- reviews.
tured. All proceeds will go to
S u b sequent
the group's pledged charities. programs are
Members and friends are in- planned for
vited to attend.
Dec. 2, Jan. 6
and Feb. 3.
Seek UJC Material Each of the
is
for Exhibition Here reviews
planned for 10
Judge Theodore Levin, chair- a.m., the first
man of the United Jewish Char- Wednesday of
ities 60th anniversary celebra- the month, in
tion, has requested material the social hall
that could be exhibited in con- of Cong. Shaa-
junction with the United Jew- rey Zedek.
ish Charities 60th anniversary
Tickets are
at the Jewish Community being sold
Center.
only for the
Irving Katz, executive secre- complete se-
Mrs. Adler
tary of Temple Beth El, and ries, and must be limited to
exhibits committee chairman, is the first 500 subscribers, states
in charge of exhibits materials, Mrs. Baer Keidan, chairman.
particularly those pertaining to
For the opening review, Mrs.
the United Jewish Charities or
Jewish agencies active at the Adler will speak on Herman
turn of the century. He can be Wouk's new book, "This Is My
God."
contacted at TR 5-8530.
Needed are pictures, posters,
For tickets, call Mrs. Wil-
memos, receipts, song sheets, liam Parnos, UN. 2-2932, or
plaques, awards. Each item will Mrs. David Lipton, DI. 1-9693.
be well cared for and returned
to the owner after the celebra-
tion.

SZ Sisterhood
Sets Book Series

Lauren

Odessa Ladies Plan
Child Rescue Luncheon

Final plans have been com-
pleted for the Odessa Ladies
Child Rescue Fund luncheon, to
be held at 8:30 p.m., Nov. 3, in
the Hayim Greenberg Center.
A musical program will be
furnished by popular singer
Shoshana Brooks Freedman, ac-
companied at the piano by Bella
Goldberg.
In conjunction with the over-
all child rescue project, a din-
ner will be given by Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Weiner on Oct. 31.
Details may be obtained by
calling Ida Fish, LI 2-8766, or
Ann Kopnick, UN 3-9526.

To Get Honorary Doctorate

Local Health Director
Gets National Post

Norbert Reinstein, director of
Martha Schlamme, Viennese- the Tuberculosis and Health
born contralto, will present a Society of Wayne County, re-
concert of folk music at 8:30 cently took office as president
p.m., Saturday, in the large of the National Society of Pub-
auditorium at the Detroit Inst- lic Health Educators.
tute of Arts. This will be the
He succeeds Baryl Roberts, of
first of six concerts to he pre- the University of California.
sented by Bard Enterprises.
The national group is a pro-
Miss Schlamme and her tam- fessional organization which
ily fled from the Nazis to Eng- draws its members from all 50
land in 1938. Here, she studied states and Americans stationed
in 12 foreign countries.
with the re-
nowned A u s -
Reinstein has served with the
trian lieder
TB and Health Society for nine
singer, Emmy
years. He lives at 14540 Leslie,
Heim, who had
Oak Park.
also come to
England to
Harry Truman LZO
live.
Miss Sch-
to Hold First Meeting
lamme immi-
The first meeting of the Harry
grated to the
S. Truman Branch, Farband
United States
Labor Zionist Order, will be a
in 1948. With
social gathering Saturday at the
a command of
Hayim Greenberg Center.
12 languages,
Ed Wishnetsky will talk on
she has toured
Schlamme
extensively in this country and the significance of Simhat
Canada. Her concerts include Torah. The rest of the evening
three Town Hall recitals in New will be devoted to a "fun" night.
York, and she has performed Refreshments will be served.
with the Players Theater in All members and friends are
London and sung for the BBC invited.
in England.
Most of her recordings, such
as "Song of Many Islands", are
on the Vanguard label, although
she also has recorded for Co-
lumbia and Folkways.
For Any Occasion
Season and individual tickets
Featuring
are available at The Book World
GLORIA BROOKS
in the Maccabees Building, Grin-
VANGUARDS
nell's downtown or at the door.
Special discounts for groups, or-
Call SALLY FIELDS
ganizations, clubs and students
are given. For information, call
TR 3-8900
Dave Lewis, TE 3-3990.
(Other Smart Combos)

Miss

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Israel and her
people
Read

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13542 Greenfield
FLOWERS FOR WEDDINGS,
BAR MITZVAHS, . SHOWERS.
CONTACT MISS SHIRLEY

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TR 3-8900

MR. FRANK OHRT

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19218 LIVERNOIS

UN 1-1089

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19-THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS—Frid ay, October 23 , 1959

Katcher-Hack Rites Miss Schlamme
Planned for June 23 in Concert Here

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