People Make News
MISS LINDA LIPSON
The engagement of Linda
Lipson to Harold Schwarz was
recently announced by the
bride-elect's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George H. Lipson, of West-
hampton St., Oak Park.
Her fiance, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Solomon, of Wash-
burn Ave., attends Walsh Insti-
tute of Accountancy. The couple
is planning an Aug. 28 wedding.
Musical Satire Current
Critics Club Production
Scheduled for a New York
opening in the spring, "Hits n'
Misses" is the current attraction
at the Critics Club, 10441 W.
Eight Mile Rd. The revue is a
musical satire featuring 16
songs and sketches.
Local Detroiter Ben Berman,
18293 Roselawn, is part pro-
ducer and writer of the pro-
duction. He is a member
of Temple Beth El.
Showtimes are Tuesday
through Thursday, 9 and 11
p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 8:30,
10:30 and 12:30 p.m.; and Sun-
day, 8:30 and 10:30 p.m. Res-
ervations may be made by
calling DI 1-4510.
THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS
OAK PARK SHOPPING PLAZA
COOLIDGE & NINE MILE RD.
WILL BE OPEN
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
C /V ectlit
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 proud to
remember that your wedding
was at the Sheraton-Cadillac.
For information and reservations, call
Herman Schwartz at Woodward I-8000
Washington Blvd at Michigan Ave.
Mark Schmidt, General Manager
NEW YORK, (JTA)—A num-
ber of national fraternal orders
whose regulations "appear to
contain discriminatory clauses"
are under study by the Commis-
sion on Intergroup. Relations,
Dr. Alfred J. Marrow, chairman,
disclosed. T h e organizations
were not named.
Marrow said that while the
commission had no power to
force changes in the setup of
national groups, it could expect
"responsible citizens" in New
York to protest discrimination
or resign from the orders.
Announcement of the study
was made in the commission's
report on the West Side Tennis
Club, accused by Dr. Ralph J.
Bunche, UN undersecretary, of
barring Jews and Negroes.
Marrow said he welcomed the
club's disclaimer of bias, but
was "impressed" that it had no
Negro members and that its
officers could not name any
members of the Jewish faith,
although they had told under
oath that there were Jewish
members in the club.
Due to phenomenal popula-
tion growth in recent years,
Oakland county has the largest
number of residents without
local library service in Michi-
gan. Of the present 541,000 pop-
ulation (1960 estimate-685,000)
approximately 131,000 people
are without access to libraries.
Scholarship Fund Will
Memorialize Mrs. Levin
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah this
week announced the establish-
ment of a memorial scholarship
fund for Mrs. Sarah Levin, late
wife of Rabbi Leizer Levin,
spiritual leader of Cong. Beth
Endowment of the fund, in
recognition of Mrs. Levin's
many years of service to the
Yeshivah, came in nickles and
dimes and in full scholarships,
the announcement said.
Supporting the fund are the
Yeshivah PTA, Neshei Agudath
Israel and members of Rabbi
Levin's congregation. Present
plans call for awarding a
scholarship each year to a fe-
male student, on the basis of
need and scholarship potential.
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21 -THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS —Friday, De cember 18, 1959
Planned for Aug. 28
BENJAMIN LEVINSON was
honored at a dinner of the
Allied Veterans Council of
Wayne County, Monday, in rec-
GORDON R. MEISNER, a man of the Broadcasting-Tele- ognition of his support of proj-
general agent in Detroit for In- vision-Film Commission of the ects relked to rehabilitation of
dianapolis Life Insurance Com- Synagogue Council of America. disabled veterans. Lawrence Gu-
bow was toastmaster.
pany, was the company's lead-
ing salesman in Michigan dur-
ABRAHAM H. SAKIER, who
ing November and ranked third established the American Pales-
among all company salesmen tine Securities Company in 1938
throughout the nation, accord- as the pioneer builder of an in-
ing to Agency Vice President vestment and trading market in
Wall Street for Palestine stocks
and bonds, has f or med Sa-
By SUSAN KOBEL
CHAIM SEGALL, of Johan- kier and Co. at the same ad-
• The most
Junior Phi Beta Kappa nesburg, South Africa, is now dress in New York, 50 Broad
awards will be pfesented to 12 in the United States on a• six- Street, to specialize in the un-
graduating Mumfordites for month's training program in derwriting of new investment
outstanding scholarship. They youth and group work arranged projects, Israeli and American.
are R o c h e l l e Cutler, Bob by the World Federation of Morris H. Greenberg of Evoefletthhe,
Epstein, Richard Holmes , Sha-
Minn., is vice-presid ent
ron Katz, Alice Keidan, Joyce ! YMHAs and Jewish Community company.
Centers. While in this country,
• The food and
Ellen Ross, Marilyn
Tom ! his training will be supervised
Segall and Rita Stillman. The by the Bureau of Personnel
awards will be presented in a and Training of the National
special ceremony next May. In I Jewish Welfare Board. He is
'here on a partial scholarship
order to win this award, a stu- ! grant from the U.S. State De-
Orchestra - Entertainment
dent must maintain a 2.6 aver partment.
302 Fox Building
age, with three equal to an
all "A" average.
The PEC Man - of - the - Year
Mumford Cagers dropped Award in the form of a citation
their second game of the sea engraved on a silver plaque
son, 62-33, to Pershing, last mounted above a shofar flown
Friday. Top scorer for the here from Israel was presented
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Mustangs was Joel Feldman. to JOSEPH MEYERHOFF by
8 a.m. to 2:30 a.m.
Today the team meets Central Palestine Economic Corporation
Fri. and Sat. 'til 3:30 a.m.
at Central, at 3:30 p.m.
at its annual dinner at the
Peter Wolfe placed first in Savoy Hilton Hotel, New York,
the student division of the in recognition of "his outstand-
Original Oils on Canvas Made
Dressed As You Are!
from any of Your Photographs.
Motor City Chess Tournament ing achievements in furthering
Another Boesky's 12th at Hazelwood
sponsored by the University of private initiaitive and invest-
Detroit Chess Club.
ment in the cause of building
Reunion parties for two and consolidating a self-support-
Mumford organizations will be ing economy in Israel."
held soon. This Saturday, the
* * *
Radio Broadcasters Guild will
host former members while the
Mercury will hold its reunion licity director of the J. L. Hud-
on Sunday. Members of both son Co., was elected president
groups are invited to attend. of o the Wayne State University
The Girls Swimming season Press Board of Advisors. ALAN
started last week with the or- i E. SCHWARTZ was elected
ganization of Intra-Mural corn- vice-president. * *
petition. Sponsored by the I
An article describing the art
Girls Athletic Association,
intra-mural swimming is open I program of the Jewish Corn -
to all girls who are interestedunity
Center and its contribu-
tion to the general cultural de-
I velopment of Detroit, by Center
The semi - annual P olic e
And Every Evening to 9 P.M. 'til X-Mas.
Youth Award has been earned art director DAVID W. ECKER,
by Sue Rice and Torn Segall. appeared in the fall issue of
The Detroit Police Department "Arts in Society."
honors a graduating boy and
Rabbi DAVID MOGILNER,
girl from each Detroit public
and parochial school. It is given Rabbi BURTON COHEN, and
on the basis of scholarship, par- LEVI SOSHUK have been
ticipation in extra-curricular named the new directors for
activities, reliability and leader- I the 1960 season of Ramah
ship. Their names will be in-
scribed on a special plaque in Wisconsin and
MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR
the school library.
Rabbi DAVID H. PANITZ, of
Temple. Emanuel, Paterson, N.
Study Bias Clauses
J., formerly of Washington, has
in Fraternity Charters been appointed national chair-