THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS— Friday, October 30, 1959- 18
Cantor Frankel to Sing
at Donor Luncheon
of Women's Division
activities in Society
Youthful Piano Prodigy
Seven-year-old Cynthia Raim,
gifted pianist, will be featured
artist at the first in a series of
Cantor Reuven Frankel, of
concert luncheons held by the
Miss Shirley Gill, representing the Jules Doneson Travel
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, will be
Music Study Club of Detroit.
guest artist at the annual donor Agency, arrived in Tokyo, Japan, this week for the start of a
at 12:30 p.m., Tuesday in the
luncheon of the Women's Divi- four-week inspection tour of hotel and tour facilities in the
home of Mrs. Nedwin Smokier,
sion, Sholem Aleichem Insti- Orient. Miss Gill's itinerary will include Manila, Bangkok, Hong
of 1720 Strathcona.
tute, at 12:30 p.m., Nov. 17, in Kong, Macao and Taipei.
Cynthia, recipient of a schol-
the Mayfair Room, 19161 Schae-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Yagoda have returned here from Hawaii,
arship from the Music Study
where they spent 12 days visiting the Islands.
Club, is a student of Mischa
Appearing with Cantor
Mr. Louis Gertzman has returned home after spending ten
Kottler. Mrs. Jacob Sauls, chair-
Frankel will be his wife, Penina, days in the Soviet Union. Mr. Gertzman spent Yom Kippur
man of scholarships, will speak
who will ac-
with his family in Chernovitz.
at the event. Chairman of the
compy him on
Rabbi and Mrs. Israel I. Halpern will be hosts to members
day will be Mrs. Isadore Men-
the halil. They
of the teaching staff of the Beth Abraham Religious School and
will offer a
the synagogue's educational board at 8:30 p.m., Thursday, in
The annual Artist Concert, to
their home, at 18681 Santa Rosa.
Yiddish a n d
be held at the Detroit Institute
Dr. Mae Ber-Meron, of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, was a recent
of Arts Auditorium, is being
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. David Sislin, of Griggs Ave. An
planned by the group for Dec.
instructor in psychology at the Hebrew University, Dr. Ber-Meron
MISS MARILYNN LINDE
6. Featured will be violinist Isa-
stopped here en route to a mental health conference at the
1\Ieninger Foundation in Topeka, Kans. She also attended a
The engagement of Marilynn dor SaslaV and pianist Hamoch
man of • the
similar program in Barcelona, Spain, before coming here.
Linde to Maynard Marvin Greenfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Levin, formerly of 2106 Oakman Blvd.,
are now residing in their newly completed home at 25139 King- Flusty has been announced by Classified ads bring fast results!
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
ces that pupils
shire Road, Southfield.
of the Sholem
uel Linde, of Lauder Ave.
Al ei ch e m Cantor Frankel
Parents of the prospective
School will present a variety of
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Flusty, of Wisconsin
And His Orchestra
Mrs. Bessie Litwak is chair-
Ave. A' January wedding is
man of the afternoon's program.
Mrs. Julia Weiss, fund-raising
. . . And thou shalt teach Este' I. Odle. Division of Christ-
chairman, advises that proceeds them diligently unto thy chil- ian Education of the Detroit
from the donor will help main- dren" is the keynote of the 10th Council of Churches,. a short Center Theater Discussion
"Theater in Current Books"
tain the educational and cul- Annual Institute, on Nov. 2„ musical program by the Temple
tural program of the Institute. sponsored by Temple Israel Israel Choral Group, and con- is the Center Theater discussion
At 12 noon. Saturday, the first Sisterhood.
cluding talks on "The Prayer theme for 9 p.m. Wednesday at
in a series of cultural events
The program has been espe- Book of the Temple" and "The the Center, on Meyers. It is one
of the "Audience on Stage"
will feature Irving Z e i t 1 i n cially planned for Christian ed- Symbolism of the Temple."
For fine color movies
speaking on "The Sephardic ucators whose interests and ef-
A question and answer period series.
Community of Greater Detroit." forts are directed toward the will conclude the program.
of your wedding
Mrs. Arthur J. Haas is presi-
Hostesses at a luncheon to be religious training of children.
Want The Best?
served are Mesdames Esther
As its contribution to better dent of Temple Israel Sister-
Ask the Folks Who've Had
Reder and Bessie Zarankin. Mrs. understanding among faiths, the hood. Mrs. Paul 1VIonchnik is
Sarah Friedman is cultural Sisterhood's committee of Jew- co-chairman of the Interfaith
SAM BARN ETT
ish information has planned this Institute on Judaism Committee.
and His Orchestra
program to encompass the ma-
jor forces in the history of the in charge of the ceremonial
Jewish people which are of in- tables and holiday displays in
terest to non-Jews.
Mrs. I. W. Goodman - is the
Mrs. M. Robert Syme, Insti-
A town hall series, - featuring tute chairman, announces that chairman in charge of hostess
a variety of subjects presented. this year's program will begin services. Mrs. Saul Benyas heads
with a supper the committee planning the sup-
by many prominent Detroit ex-
for 400 guests, per meal. The floral arrange-
perts, has been organized by the
WINDOW SHADE CO.
to be followed ments are under the direction
Sisterhood of Temple Beth El.
b y simultane- of Mrs. Albert Jaco. Mrs. Robert
The opening program of the
SHADES CLEANED AND REPAIRED
ous lecture Anspach will direct the musical
18-part series was presented
sessions to be program to be given by the
this Tuesday and highlighted
conducted b y Temple Choral Group.
the appearance of Kenneth
The entire membership of
Dr. Leon Fram
Schwartz. producer of Northland
MADE TO ORDER UP TO 9 FEET WIDE
and Rabbi M. Temple Israel and the public is
Robert Syme invited to attend the plenary
Kay Savage, who has been
of Temple Is- session at 8:45 p.m. in the main
food editor of the Detroit Free
., rael, Rabbi
Press for 14 years, will speak
Mrs. Syme Sherwin Wein
on "Behind the Scenes of the
Tower Kitchen," at the second of Temple Beth El, and Rabbi Ford Student Winner
session of the series, at 11:00 Milton Rosenbaum of Temple
of Fisher Scholarship
a.m. Tuesday, in the Temple. Emanuel, Oak Park.
The subjects to be discussed
Harvey Wartosky, a 17-year-
Miss Savage has headed cook-
ing schools, written -cookbooks will be "Jewish Beliefs About old senior at Henry Ford
and • won several national God and Man," "The Most Dis- High School, has been awarded
awards for food reporting. In cussed Quotations from the a $2,000 Charles T. Fisher
'addition, she tests recipes in Bible," "The Important . Events junior scholarship award, it
the Tower Kitchen, and spends in the Life -- - of a Jew" and was announced this week.
FRYERS and PULLETS . • •
Harvey, the son of Mr. and
considerable time in food re- "What Every Jewish Child Is
Mrs. Louis Wartosky, of 19375
search. She also has had a Taught."
Ceremonial tables - illustrating Evergreen, was presented with
number of culinary experiences
in Europe. Denmark, the Ha- the various Jewish feasts and the scholarship last week by
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waiian and Caribbean Islands. holidays,. and special religious Walker L. Cisler, president of
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to HoWard Kennedy, another play.
or Stop at 13523 W. 7_ Mile Rd. at Schaefer
The plenary session of this School at the recent Boy's Day
Offer Good to Friday, Nov. 6
Other November speakers in- program will include the pres- Convention, Harvey was elected
dude Charles Hoyt, Wayne entation of Dr. Merrill Lenox, as a member of the Common
State University English in- executive director, and Rev. Council.
His selection for the Fisher
structor, who will review "Lady
scholarship was made on the
Chatterly's Lover" on Nov. 10; Princeton Gives 6-Month
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and Prof. Vera Dunham, WSU Subscription to Magazine
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Anyone who opens a new the 12 teen-agers who took
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Novel," on Nov. -17.
Three programs are planned two Princeton Shops, will be cials for the Boy's Day
in December, four in January, eligible, along with present program.
President of the A 11-City
four in February, and three in charge account holders, for a
six- month free subscription to Student Council, Harvey also
Esquire Magazine, announces is news editor of the school
Still have several choice dates available for 1959-'60
season. We can accommodate 50 to 350 persons in
newspaper and a member of
Center Series to Offer proprietor
Subscription blanks are avail- the National Honor Society.
our beautiful Chapel and Garden Room, Terrace
`Alice in Wonderland' able at either Princeton Shop,
Dining Room and Cocktail Bar, or in YOUR home
"Alice in Wonderland" will W. Seven Mile at Evergreen, or
be presented by New York's at 237 Pierce, Birmingham. The Israeli Magazine Writer
Rockefeller Players as the sec- offer to those who open new
Valia Hirsh, a member of the
ond in the omnibus series for charge accounts closes Nov. 7. editorial board of Israel Hori-
Juniors, at the Jewish Coinmu- Present subscribers to the mag-
nity Center's Aaron DeRoy The- azine will be granted an exten- zons magazine, will speak on
The Beautiful Rainbow Terrace, with accommodations for 300
"Israel and the Soviet Union"
ater, 18100 Meyers, at 3 and sion subscription.
persons is available for a New Year's Eve Dinner Celebration.
Lieberman explained that
4:30 p.m.. Sunday.
Jennifer Boyd, who recently Princeton believes that most Americans for a Progressive Is-
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Under Supervision of Vaad Harabonim
"The Women" and "The Loud magazine can provide that in- extensive trip to both Israel
and the Soviet Union.
Red Patrick, - will star as Alice. formation. •
Annual Temple Israel Sisterhood
Institute for Non-Jews on Monday
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Beth El Women
Open 'Town Hall
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