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December 18, 1959 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-12-18

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TILE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, December 18, 1959-20

Pioneer Women.
Raise $45,000
at Donor Event

Betrothal Told

Leukemia Group Brings Friendship to Women in Need

Mrs. Esther Klein, who at
one time during her troubled
life thought she never again
would have a friend, has learned
that there are wonderful and
devoted people always standing
ready to lend a hand in need.
Mrs. Klein, who came to this
country in 1949 with her hus-
band, had known the bestiality
and brutality of the Hitler era,
having spent several years in a
concentration camp during the

leukemia, and was doomed to
And because of their help to
eventual death, which came on Mrs. Klein, she is able to pick
Nov. 11.
up the pieces of a life that was
For those two years, she car- nearly shattered because of leu-
ried around the burden of that kemia.
knowledge, not telling even her
daughters, Gloria, 11, and Ruth,
Your success and happiness
4. Her husband, until near the lie within you. External condi-
very end, never knew he had tions are the accidents of life,
leukemia.
When illness forced Mr. Klein its outer trappings. The great
into the hospital a few weeks enduring realities are love and
prior to his death, Mrs. Klein's service.—Helen Keller,
war years.
world quickly began to crumble
It was after the war that she — until mutual friends intro
met and married her husband, duced her to Mr. and Mrs. Harry
whose own family was complete- Brown, of Littlefield Ave.
ly wiped out by the Nazis. With
Brown, who is president of
And His Orchestra
their little girl, then six-months- the Detroit Leukemia Founda
old, they came to the United tion and Mrs Brown were able
KE 5-2604
States.
to provide the comfort needed
Here, they had another daugh- by both Mrs. Klein and her
ter; Mr. Klein had a good, husband.
CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE
steady job; for the first time
Through their own experi-
Also
in many years everything was ences, the Browns had come to
Rebuilt, Redesigned and
Reupholstered.
going well.
learn how comforting to them
Furniture Refinished.
Two years ago, Mrs. Klein, it would have been had they
Free Estimates. No Obligation.
who lives at 15848 Kentucky, received help when their own
HARLIN of HOLLYWOOD
learned that her husband had two-and-a-half year-old daughter
UN 2-7161
died some years ago.
Now, they are ardent workers
and boosters of the Leukemia
Foundation, an organization of
individuals who are dedicated to
aiding those in need of assist-
Iowa and Michael Clarke-Lau ance when the dread disease
For fine color movies
rence from Dublin, Ireland. The strikes.
of your wedding
levity in this hilarious domestic
comedy began in Paris in 1956 °••••—•
Want The Best?
Call
when Viscount Maugham, son
Ask the Folks Who've Had
of England's former Lord
Chancellor and nephew of Som-
SAM BARNETT
erset Maugham, became en-
and His Orchestra
chanted with "Monsieur Ma-
LI 1-2563
sure," a farce by the French
playwright-actor Claude Mag-
nier, and obtained the rights
for its adaptation into English.
* *
TOM BORMAN, president,
Borman Food Stores, an-
nounced that the company's 44
AT LOWEST PRICES
Food Fair Markets will remain
FREE
GIFT WRAPPING
closed on Sundays. A bulletin

A total of $45,000 to carry on
its work on behalf of Israel,
mostly in assisting new arrivals
was obtained by the Detroit
Council of Pioneer Women at its
annual donor event last Sunday
night.
Filling the Ford Auditorium
to near capacity, over 2,500
people heard Gov. G. Mennen
Williams relate the experiences
of his recent trip to the Holy
Land, which he made with Mrs.
Williams.
He told of his enthusiastic
welcome by Israeli government
leaders and citizens alike, and
MISS JUDY FINK
added that in one small kibbutz
he visited the settlers had been
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fink, of
given polka dot ties which they Stoepel Ave., announce the en-
were wearing on his arrival.
gagement of their daughter,
At another kibbutz, he said, Judy Gail, to Charles B. Wolin,
where live many of the sur- son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
vivors of the Auschwitz concen- Wolin, of Oak Park, Mich. Plans
tration camp, -the residents have are being made for a December
erected a museum as a re- wedding next year.
minder of the Nazi scourge.
He was particularly im-
pressed, Gov. William said, with
the progress made since his
last visit to Israel only two
years ago, and he was especially
thrilled to see the growth of
GEORGE D. COHN, 19146 In-
the Williams-Hart Forest (plant-
ed for the Governor and Sen. diana, was recently elected
Philip A. Hart), fully a mile in president of the Detroit Jewelry
Sales Associates, succeeding
length.
A Yemenite song and dance Phil Rothschild in office. Others
group, brought to this country elected are Dave Goldstein,
originally to perform at New vice-president; Herb.. Segal, re-
York's Radio City Music Hall, elected treasurer; and Earl
thrilled the audience with its Hogue, secretary. Board mem-
renditions of modernly inter- bers are Leonare Brown, Harry
Fisher, H a r old Karlsruher,
polated music.
In contrast to Inbal, which Larry Katz, Herman Keys, Jules
has adopted a classic technique, Reichgott, Rothschild, Irving
the Yemenite troupe expressed , Segal and Donald Stenfelt. Of-
itself in today's tel.-MS and even fices of, the .association are at
shows Western influence, a 1016 Michigail Bldg.
*
phenomenon due in no small
On the eve of its 50th an- .
part to its Brooklyn-born, Eng-
niversary to be observed in
list-speaking narrator. -
Following their performance 1960, the Boy Scouts of America headed "A Statement of Food
here, the Yemenites continued just published the sixth edition Fair Policy" was placed in the
their nation-wide tour. The danc- of its BOY SCOUT HAND- grocery bags of all Food Fair
ers will soon make a feature BOOK. Its initial print order- Market customers.
19469 JAMES COUZENS HWY.
* *
film for Paramount Studios in 1,050,000 copies—makes it one
1 /2 block N. of Vassar Dr.
Hollywood, and will be seen on of the largest book orders in
A Hanukah latke party is
a nationwide television pro- printing history.
planned by the KUTNICK
VE. 7-0500
Hours: Mon. - Sat. 9:30 - 5:30
* *
gram.
COUSINS CLUB at 8 p.m., Sun-
Also on the evening's pro-
Pyramid Investment Company day, in the home of Mr. and
Sas Jul jujusjutasuz
gram was David Ellin. Introduc- re-elected WILLIAM SERMAN, Mrs. Martin Cohen, 23281 Hard- c.9—SLULSULSUISLIUL
tory talks were given by Mrs. president; Louis Wechsler, vice- ing, Oak Park.
.3A/fine,
Harold Noveck, chairman of president; David S. Bodzin,
me
the event, and Mrs. Sam Was- treasurer; Charles Rosenblatt,
CORNELL DANCE STUDIO
serman, PWO president.
secretary.
is asking each of its students to
*
bring two gifts this holiday
HENRY
FORD
HIGH
Chinese Reds to Publish
season, one for the traditional
SCHOOL students will sponsor
Work by Sholem Aleichem their annual dance, THE WIN- Hanukah party and the other
• American-Jewish Dinner • Dancing • Favors
LONDON, (JTA)—The works TER WHIRL, today, at Ven- for the St. Francis Orphanage
for
Boys.
of Sholem Aleichem will be etian Club, 12701 Greenfield.
published in Chinese and sold
DETROIT STUDIO PLAY-
at Sholem Aleichem
in bookshops throughout Com-
When "ODD MAN IN" comes
munist China, the New China to the Shubert Theater for an HOUSE will present S. N. Behr-
19350 Greenfield, nr. W. 7 Mile Rd.
News Agency reported. One vol- eight day engagement begin- man's "Biography" as its first
Music Arranged by MICKEY WOOLF
ume containing a translation ning Saturday, Dec. 26, theater production of the season today,
of "From the Market" has al- goers will see a Texas beauty Saturday and Sunday, in the
For Information or Reservations, Call:
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The news agency also re- adapted by an English lord, are available at Grinnell's. Stu-
VAH, WEDDING, SHOWER OR ANY SOCIAL FUNCTION AT
ported that a Chinese govern- prior to the New York booking dent tickets, at half price, are
YOUR HOME, HALL TEMPLE, SHOLEM ALEICHEM, OR AT
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THE FORT WAYNE HOTEL,
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cation in Chinese was timed to men, both featured in many
Story by Mrs. Broner
coincide with the 100th birth- stage, screen and television pro-
day of the writer.
in
'Campus Writings'
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A mother of four children,
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University, has had one of her
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or
volume, "New Campus Writ-
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