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October 30, 1959 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-30

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Twilight Concert
by Center Symphony
Is Set for Nov. 8

ALBERT EINSTEIN LODGE is planned for 8 p.m., Thursday,
this week were invited to par-
is planning a post-Simhat Torah in the home of Mrs. Karl Kat-
ticipate in the television pro-
The Center Symphony Orches-
Dance at 9 p.m., Saturday, at kowsky, 24449 Santa Barbara,
gram "Conversation in t h e tra, under the direction of
Bnai David Synagogue, South- Southfield, when monologuist
Arts," one of the outstanding Julius Chajes, will be heard in
field at 91/2 Mile Rd. Mickey Audrey Kirkland, of Washing-
educational telecasts in Detroit. a Twilight Family Concert at
Woolf and his orchestra will ton, D.C., will entertain. Prizes
Chajes will take part in a 4:30 p.m., Nov. 8, in the Aaron
provide entertainment and mu- will be awarded to prospective
panel discussion at 9 p.m., this
DeRoy Theater of the Jewish
sic for dancing, and there will members. Admission is by bring-
Tuesday on "The Creation and Community Center.
be a buffet and prizes.
ing a membership prospect.
Performance of Music." Mrs.
* *
For information, call Mrs. Ed-
Mary Maas, Detroit pianist,
Chajes will join a panel dis-
A cha-cha dance party is ward Pacernick, c h a i r m a n,
cussion on "P romotion of will be featured as soloist in
planned by REX LODGE at 8:30 LI 8-5687; or Mrs. Alex Cohen,
Music," to be heard on Nov. 17. Grieg's Piano Concerto. The pro-
The educational series, which gram will also include the Sere-
p.m., Wednesday, at Cong. Beth co-chairman, UN 4-2498.
* *
originates from station WTVS nade No. 6 in D Major by Mo-
Joseph, 18450 Wyoming. Danc-
of Wayne State University, is zart for string quartette and
ers from the Sylvia Lee Dance
produced as a joint venture of orchestra, with Inez Hullinger
Studio will offer dance instruc- will hold a costume Hallowe'en
WSU, the university's depart- and Annette Firstenberg, vio-
tion and present an exhibition. party at 9 p.m., Saturday, in
ment of adult education, the lins; Rudolph Efram, viola; and
Prizes will be awarded and re- the home of Martin Findling.
University of Michigan, Detroit Frank Sinco, bass, playing the
freshments served. Guests are Friends are invited. For infor-
mation, call Mary Berman, TO
Institute of Arts and Detroit solo parts.
welcome to attend.
* * *
Public Library.
Proposed amendments to the
Music and Entertainment
UN Press Corps Counts Noses
by-laws will be taken up by
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Katzman,
The UN corps totals 501
PISGAH LODGE at 8:30 p.m., TER will present an original of 21700 Kipling Ave., Oak Park,
Monday, in the Hayim Green- playlet at 8:30 p.m., Wednes- announce the engagement of men and women from 52 coun-
berg Center, 19161 Schaefer. A day, in the Hayim Greenberg their daughter, Judith Helaine, tries, representing 323 different
and his Orchestra
Center, 19161 Schaefer. Called to Neil P. Rosenthal, son of news media. Of the last, 120
social hour will follow.
* * *
"What Makes Mommy Run," Mrs. Lester M. Rosenthal, of are American, including news-
DI. 1-1609
Dr. Mel J. Ravitz, assistant the skit will be offered by 25027 W. Rue Versailles, Oak papers, magazines, radio and
professor of sociology at Wayne Mrs. S. Feldman and her com- Park, and the late Lester M.
For the visit of Chairman
State University, and 15-year- mittee. Guests are invited. A Rosenthal.
Nikita Khrushchev of the So-
old piano virtuoso Rita Sloan social hour will follow.
* * *
viet Union on Sept. 18, accre-
will appear at a program of
University of Michigan and is
The 17th birthday of LOUIS now a senior at Wayne State ditation was issued to 1,118
PISGAH CHAPTER, to be held
Permanently Removed
Wednesday afternoon, at the MARSHALL CHAPTER will be University, College of Educa- correspondents — the largest
Hayim Greenberg Center, 19161 celebrated with a candlelight- tion. She is affiliated with Phi
Latest Medically
UN headquarters.
Schaefer. Dr. Ravitz will speak ing ceremony and afternoon of Sigma Sigma sorority.
Approved Method
on "What Would You Do If It entertainment at 12:30 p.m.,
FREE Consultation and
The couple will be married
Happened to You?" according Thursday, in the Hayim Green- June 15 at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
to Mrs. Carl Gould, program berg Center, 19161 Schaefer. dek.
chairman. Mrs. Phillip Kramer, The program will feature a
president, announces that prizes presentation on floral arrange-
Bar Mitzvahs
Registered Electrologist
Formals, Candids, 3 D's, Movies
will be awarded and refresh- ment by the Curtis Flower Sheruth League Plans
For Quality Workmanship
At Leib Clinic
ments served. Friends and fam- Shop. Refreshments will be Hallowe'en Party for
5228 W. 7 Mile BR 3-0200g
Call Mr. Rosen
UN 1-9000
served. Guests are invited.
ily are invited to attend.
* * *
* * *
Hawthorn Children
Recently elected to office by
Mrs. Samuel Chapin, Sheruth
GLAZER CHAPTER, Bnai Brith CHAPTER will meet for a League president, recently ap-
Girls, were Sandy Ralph, presi- dessert luncheon at 12:30 p.m., pointed Mrs. Dan Haron as the
dent; Sheila Cohen, vice-presi- Wednesday, in the conference League's chairman and repre-
Is Pleased to Announce the Arrival of Fine Spring
dent; Phyllis Ginsberg and room of the Cranbrook Motel. sentative for Hawthorn Center,
Ethel DeLise, secretaries; Adri- A home service adviser from at Northville.
Fabrics, Laces, Embroidered Chiffons and
anne Drexler, treasurer; Dena the Michigan Consolidated Gas
At Sheruth's general meeting,
for Women's, Children's and Teen-Age
Gale, reporter; Marilyn Daniels, Co. will be featured speaker. Mrs. Haron announced the pro-
historian; and Edwina Sklar, Guests are invited.
gram for the Hallowe'en party,
chaplain. Plans are currently
which Mrs. Ernest Swartz has
being made for a party on Nov.
planned for the children at
Boutique Gift Items for the New Arrival Available
7, together with Wise AZA Friends of Symphony
Entertainment will include
* * *
three stories and music by Mrs.
Harry Grandier. Also on the af-
hold its annual games party
ternoon's agenda will be the
at 9 p.m., Nov. 12, at Jericho
awarding of prizes, the distrib-
Temple, 18495 W y o m i n g.
uting of gifts and judging of
UN 2-2213
Among the prizes, 20 turkeys
will be awarded, and there will
Plans are currently being
be free refreshments. Members
made for the League's annual
of the Chapter and friends are
luncheon on Dec. 2, at Masonic
Temple, under the chairman-
* * *
ship of Mrs. David Muskovitz.
A trick or treat frolic is
Assisting her are Mrs. Irving
planned by REX LODGE for 9
Ron, book chairman; Mrs. Ar-
p.m., Saturday, at Sams Depart-
thur Schreier, ticket chairman;
ment Store, 14 Mile and Crooks
and Mrs. Philip Kaplan, reser-
Rd., in Clawson. Dress is op-
Mrs. Wainger Mrs. Allen
tional, although prizes will be
A complete holiday for two
awarded for the best costumes.
Mrs. Sidney Allen and Mrs. at the Empress Hotel in Miami
There will be food, and music Jack Wainger have been named Beach, Fla., will be a highlight
will be provided by the Star co-chairmen of the Friends of of the donor event.
Dusters. For tickets, call M. the Center Symphony, it is an-
Canner, UN 3-0904; or J. Sil- nounced this week by Mrs.
Kappa Nu Mothers Set
berschein, LI 84826.
Abraham Cooper, chairman of
* * *
thr music committee of the Games Party, Sunday

OAK-WOODS LODGE will Jewish Community Center.
A games party will be given
hold a Hallowe'en party and
Mrs. Allen is a member of the by the Kappa Nu Mothers'
dance at 8:30 p.m., Saturday, at Center board of directors, while Club, Sunday evening, at the
the Sholem Aleichem Institute, Mrs. Wainger has long been ac- Hayim Greenberg Center, 19161
19350 Greenfield. There will be tive in local music activities.
Schaefer. Alumni, their par-
e la t e r tainment, refreshments
ents and friends are invited
and prizes. Costumes are op-
to attend. Refreshments and
To Launch Program Study prizes
will be offered.
* * *
for Center Teen-Agers
8MM and 16MM Color Movies---Color Slides
All proceeds will go into a
An intensive study of pro- scholarship fund for Alpha
3-D Stereo—Candid Books
a membership tea at 8:30 p.m., gramming in Jewish Commu- Gamma Chapter of Kappa Nu
Wednesday, in the home of Mrs. nity Centers for teen-agers be- fraternity. For further informa-
Max Stryer, 15540 George tween 15 and 17 that is ex- tion call, Mrs. Jenny Robins,
TELEPHONE: UNiversity 4-8484
Washington, Southfield. Pro- pected to yield data of value UN 2-5081.
spective members are invited to Centers and all other agen-
to the tea, which has the gold cies concerned with teenage
We are pleased to announce that
rush theme of "Stake your behavior, social needs and pro-
claim, sign your name and gramming services has been
launched by the National Jew-
* * *
ish Welfare Board Jewish Com-
Mrs. Elsie Cohen, president munity Center Division, it was
of LOUIS BRANDEIS CHAP- announced at the division's an-
TER, announces that Mrs. nual meeting at the Manger-
Henry Berris will review Leon Vanderbilt Hotel, by Louis
Uris' best-seller, "Exodus," at Stern, South Orange, N.J., re-
is resuming custom made drapery department.
8:30 p.m., M o n d a y, in the tiring chairman of the division.


Sholem Aleichem Institute, The new chairman of the Jew-
in your home—No Obligation
19350 Greenfield. A turkey will ish Community Center Division
be awarded, and refreshments is Alan J. Altheimer, Chicago
KE 2-0977
will be served. A cocktail party attorney.

Unwanted Hair


Ann L. Korson








Portraits-Weddings-Bar Mitzvahs

19-TH E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Frid ay, October 30, 1959

Bnai Brith Activities

Engaged Couple Play Mr. and Mrs. Chajes
Appear on WTVS
to Wed on June 15 to Julius
and Marguerite Chajes

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