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November 20, 1959 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-20

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Benjamin Levinson, president
of Franklin Mortgage Corp.;
Harry R. Fruehauf, vice presi-
dent of Fruehauf Trailer Co.,
and Eugene A. Casaroll, presi-_
dent of Auto-
mobile Ship-
p e r ; were
honored with
the "Knight
of Charity"
award, at a
dinner at the
Cadillac Hotel
The award
is given an-
nually to prominent persons
selected by Friends of the Mis-
sionaries of St. Peter and Paul
for personifying their motto of
"union in family life with per-
son-to-person charity."
The occasion for the presen-
tation of the awards this year
is a benefit dinner of the Foun-
ders of Maryglade College, a
school of divinity.
The current recipients of the
award belong to the Catholic,
Protestant and Jewish faiths
and exemplify the Detroit com-
munity's support of this pro-
ject," it was stated.
Members of the dinner com-
mittee included Mayor Louis C.
Miriani, Anthony De Lorenzo,
chairman; Levinson, Jules R.
Schubot and C. William Sucher.
Promnent guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Eb-
stein, Mr. and Mrs. RObert B.
Gotfredson, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Eisenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam C. Newberg.
Mrs. Levinson took care of
the floral arrangements for the


An expanded program of camping for underprivileged and
emotionally disturbed children is the goal of these members of
Sheruth League, meeting here to plan their 11th annual donor
luncheon. Pictured, left to right, seated, are: Mesdames
PHILIP FEIGENSON, publicity; SAMUEL CHAPIN, president;
DAVE MUSKOVITZ, donor chairman; standing, Mesdames
PHILIP KAPLAN, reservations; IRVING RON, tickets;
JOSEPH FETTER, fund-raising; and MORRIS LESSEN, lunch-
eon arrangements.

* * *
Dec. 2 is the date of the 11th
annual donor luncheon of She-
ruth League, it was announced
this week by Mrs. Dave Musko-
vitz, chairman of the event.
turn to Stratford, Ontario, for
The stage of Masonic Tem- the season of 1960, Michael
ple's Fountain Room will be Langham, • artistic director of
transformed into a television the Stratford Shakespearean
studio, where members and FeStival announced.
their guests will vie for numer-
* * *
ous prizes in an "Our Price Is
One of the nation's foremost
Right" panel contest.
folksingers, PETE SEEGER,
Sonny Eliot, popular local will appear at the Shubert
TV personality, will be master Theater at 3 p.m. on Sunday.
of ceremonies for the program, He is an American troubadour
which will highlight the award who sings the songs not only of
of an all-expense weekend for America but of all nations.
* * •
two at the Empress Hotel,
Miami Beach, Fla.
Contributions to the donor and lecturer, will speak about
will help launch a new Sheruth "Africa on the March" for the
League project, a pilot program Global Books Forum series,
offering weekend camping for Nov. 24, 8 p.m., at McGregor
emotionally disturbed children Memorial Center.
* * *
from Hawthorn Center.
AUXILIARY will meet at 8:30 the center and Camp Tamarack, will meet Sunday evening, in
P.m., Tuesday, at the home of the youngsters will experience the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
Frances Magid, 19350 Fenmore, regular camp activities. The uel Jacoby, 19984 Hubbell.
to discuss several important .group's regular camping pro- Newly-elected officers of the
gram, which serves scores of club are Samuel Mintz, presi-
* * *
children each summer, provides dent; Gerald Bohn, vice-presi-
ROBERT J. RAFELSON camp scholarships, clothing for dent; Myrna Ketai and Mildred
POST and AUXILIARY will the outing and grants to handi- Mintz, secretaries; and Howard
Cornfield, treasurer.
hear an address by Dr. Richard capped children.
* * *
In charge of the donor event
C. Hertz, of Temple Beth El on
Dec. 1, at the Memorial Home. along with Mrs. Muskovitz are
Dr. Hertz, who visited this sum- Mesdames Arthur Schreier and been appointed a representative
mer in Russia and- other coun- Joseph Fetter, tickets; Irving of the Connecticut Mutual Life
tries of the Soviet Bloc, will Ron and Meyer Kuneck, pro- Insurance Co., associated with
speak on "Jews Behind the Iron gram book; Jack Weiss and the Charles E. Stumb agency. in
Curtain." Norman L. Berkley, Morris Lessen, luncheon . decora- Detroit. Pollack, an alumnus of
past Post and Department com- tions; Samuel Cowen and Isa- Detroit Institute of Technology
mander, and Mrs. Abe Schwartz, dore Epstein, prizes; Norbert and Wayne State University, is
Auxiliary vice-president, are Ketai, hostesses; and Philip Fei- a member of the Suburban Ath-
letic Club and Bnai Brith, Eddie
chairmen of the evening,- with genson, publicity:
Jack Iden serving as arrange-
For tickets or reservations, Jacobson Lodge.
* * *
ments chaitrrian."All JWV Mein- call Mrs. Schreier, UN. 2-4513.
The first meeting of the CEN-
hers and Gold Star Parents are
invited to attend. A social hour
Foreign-Flavored Show held at - 8 p.m. Monday.
will follow the program.
* * *
* * *
Sparks Bon-Bon Debut Violinist JEROME STASSON
Strolling musicians and world- and his wife, pianist BETTY
will hear Paul Bagwell, Repub-
lican candidate for Governor in renowned foreign-foods will be KOWALSKY, appeared last
the last election, speak on only an added attraction this week in the first faculty recital
"Michigan's Tax Situation" at weekend to the sparkling "In- of the season over WTVS
8:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the Me- ternational Varieties" show (Channel 56). Included in their
morial Home. The public is in- starring the twelve Matt Gouze program were - compositions by
vited. A social hour will follow. Tamburitzans at the grand Beethoven, C h o p i n, Bartok,
Bagwell's talk. • opening of the •Bon-Bon Cafe Bernstein and Gershwin. Stas-
* * *
International, Gratiot at Eight son is orchestra director at
Mrs. Harold L. Weiss, presi- s Mile.
Chadsey High School. Miss
dent of the Lt. ROY F. GREEN
The musicians, singers and Kowalski is a concert pianist
AUXILIARY, announces a meet- dancers from America and and teacher.
ing at 9 p.m., Tuesday, in the Europe provide color for the
* * *
Memorial Home, when plans two shows nightly, and the
The "day that will live in
will be made for servicing the continental and American-styled infamy"—Pearl Harbor Day 18
Girls Detention Home; under dance music with decorations years ago—will be observed by
the chairmanship of Mrs. Louis on an international theme add Americans Dec. 7 as a reminder
Berman. A social hour will more spice.
of the importance of vigilance
Bon-Bon seats' 325 diners in civil defense on the home
and has a large dancing area, front. • Dec. 7 has been desig-
with a semi-private cocktail nated NATIONAL CIVIL DE-
-U.S. Funds to Jordan
A Reuters dispatch from Am- lounge. .
FENSE DAY. "Peace Through
Owners of the new Cafe In- Preparedness" is the theme of
man reports that the U.S. will
make four monthly grants of ternational enterprise are the this year's Civil. Defense Day.
. 4•1,,,,,__fn,,Ir_o_iartv

JWV Activities


Vladimiritzer Relief Names
Chairmen for Games Party

Brandeis Study Group
to Meet on Tuesday

Mrs. Max E. Klayman, study
group chairman for the Detroit
Chapter, Brandeis University
National Women's Committee,
announces a meeting at 12:30
p.m., Tuesday, in the home of
Mrs. Ben Gilman, 18452 Santa
The second in a series of
programs, the group will discuss
"America as a Civilization."
Guests are invited.
Mrs. Jerry Morse has been
named chairman of a special
"New Books for Old" project
being undertaken by the local
Under the plan, all books in
good condition are being col-
lected and will be sold at a
fair early next year. _Funds col
lected- from the book sale will
go toward the purchase of new
books for the Brandeis Library.
Books may be sent to Mrs.
Morse, 19116 Berkley, or she
may be phoned at UN 1-6063,
for pick-up.


Samuel A. Kayne, president
of the Vladimiritzer Emergency

Relief Organization, has ap-
pointed Mrs. P. Rossen chair-
man and Mrs. J. Kaufman
co-chairman of the games party
to be held Dec. 1 at 18450
Wyoming. For tickets and in-
formation, call Mrs. Rossen, BR
3-6023, or Mrs. Kaufman, UN

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LI 1-2563




KE. 1-8196

GIFT of Min. Album
for Mom on all Candids

Men's Clubs I •••0••••••••••••••••••

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dance lesson to members at 8
p.m., Thursday, in the syna-
gogue social hall. Instruction
in the cha-cha will be continued.


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25—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, November 20, 1959

Ben Levinson I Sheruth League to Expand Camping
Gets 'Knight of Program; Sets Dec. 2nd Donor Event
Charity' Award

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