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January 08, 1960 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-08

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City of Hope Cancer Fighters Open, Music Highlights-,
Fund-Raising Drive with Luncheon Sisterhood Event

Actii)ities

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MRS. HAROLD WEINSTEIN

A Bas Mitzvah Dinner-Dance
is planned by IVAN S. BLOCH
CHAPTER in celebration if its
13th anniversary. at 7 pin., • Feb.
14, at Thunderbird Inn. The
dramatic group will entertaih.
For reservations, call Eileen
Salmons, GA. 7-1167; Marion t
Perlmutter, KE. 1-5209; or
Dorothy Meyer, VE. 7-8989.
*
LOUIS MARSHALL CHAP,
TER will hear an address by
Dr. Sidney E. Chapin at 12:30
p.m., Thursday, in the Hayim
Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae-.
Making plans for the annual fund-raising drive of the City
fer. Dr. Chapin, associated with of Hope Cancer Fighters are, left to right, Mesdames JACK
the Michigan Heart Association, GORBACK, hospitality chairman; ABE EIZELMAN, president;
will speak on "How to Protect EARL SHIPPER, journal chairman; and MORRIS MOSS, fund-

At a recent afternoon cere- Your Husband from Disease."
mony. performed by Rabbi .Mil- A film on coronary thrombosis
ton Arm at Holiday Manor, will be presented. Guests are
Goldie Tukel became the bride invite d. A social hour will
of Harold Morton Weinstein.
follow.
* * *
The bride is the daughter of
GEORGE GERSHWIN CHAP=
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tukel, of
Hubbell Ave. The bridegroom's TER is planning a "drag and
parents are Mrs. Leo Bayliss of stag" social at 8:30 p.m.,
Atlanta, Ga., and Mr. Allen Wednesday, in the Hay-
Weinstein of Berkley, Mich.
im Greenberg Center, 19161

. The new Mrs. Weinstein chose Schaefer. Members, their hus-

a gown of white silk taffeta with bands and guests are invited to
an open neckline and empire participate" in the program of

entertainment a n d refresh-
ments, announces Mrs. Bruce
Simons, program chairman. For
information or transportation.
call Mrs. Ira Fisher, president,
UN. 4-3946.
* * *
PISGAH CHAPTER will meet
Wednesday afternoon, in the
Hayim Greenberg Center; when
Dr. Lawrence Yaffa will speak
on "An Exciting Visit to
Israel." Dr. Yaffa, a past presi-
dent of Louis Marshall Lodge,
presently serves as national
Bnai Brith Youth Commis-
sioner. Mrs. Phillip Kramer,
president, invites 'guests to at-
tend the program, vcThich begins
with a luncheon at 12 noon.
*
*
DOWNTOWN CHAPTER will
meet at 9 p.m., Wednesday, in
the Sholem. Aleichem Institute,
Sid Shmarak's
19350 Greenfield,. when Michael
Gaines, assistant director of the
Anti - Defamation League, will
speak on "Current Activities
Among Professional Anti-
M r. Armand, considered one
will be
of Canada's leading hair stylists, Semites." Refreshments
served.. The publid is -invited.

bodice of hand run Alencon lace
and princess line waltz length
skirt. Her shoulder-length two
tier veil of white silk illusion
was held by a crown of heirloom
blossoms and pearls. She car-
ried a spray of white roses and
stephanotis surrounding a white
orchid.
Kitty Loberman was maid of
honor, and the bridegroom's
brother-in-law, Bernard Ekel-
man, was his best man. Irving
Tukel, brother of the bride,
served as usher.
Out-of-town guests were from
Los Angeles, Chicago, New
York, Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
Following a honeymoon in New
York, the couple is residing on
Rensselaer Ave., Oak Park.

Business Briefs

has taker. over ownership of
the PANDORA BEAUTY
SALON, 8904 W. 7 :Mile, be-
tween Wyoming and Kentucky.
Known for both his technical
ability and executive leader-
Ship, Mr. Armand is the owner
of three beauty. schools 'and:sev-
eral salons in Canada; A lead-
ing hair stylist himself, Mr.
Armand has completed post
graduate work in advanced
hair styling in New York and
has made innumerable platform
demonstrations before leading
professional audiences. For ap-
pointment, call Mr. Armand at
TM 1-0376.
* * *
MAMZELLE FOODS, a di vi-
gon of SPRINGEL'S, INC., has
introduced a variety of frozen
hot hors d'Oeuvres, which are
available at DEXTER DAVI-
SON MARKETS, the MARKET
BASKET and other leading su-
permarkets. Featuring such
delicacies as 'miniature egg
rolls; pizza, tartlettes (a deli-
cious combination of pepperoni
and olives), petite meat knishes
and other, varieties, these frozen
foods provide the perfect an-
swer for planned party snacks
or for surprise company. Sev-
eral packages in your freezer
at all times will provide the
perfect solUtion to all your en-
bertaining needs.

Physics Center in Israel

A

new physics teaching build-

4ng will soon rise on the central

loampus of the Hebrew Univer-
4ity of Jerusalem, as a result of
generous 'gift of Maurice
d George Levin, of South
°rani.% N. J.

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* * *
HENRY MORGEN THAU
LODGE will meet Monday eve-
ning, at Young Israel Center of
Oak-Woods, according to Jack
Rose, President.
* * *
LOUIS STONE CHAPTER
will hold a tea at 12:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, in the home of Mrs.
Rebecca Asner, 17169 Lauder.
L. Bartlett, of the Detroit Pub-
lic Library's Speakers Bureau,
will review several books. For
information, call Mrs. Tess
Cole, LI 2-3921.

Folk Chorus Concert
Planned for Jan. 17

Harvey Schreibman will con-
duct the annual Schaefer con-
cert of the Jewish Folk Chorus
at 8 p.m., Jan. 17, in the Davi-
son Jewish Center.
Dedicated to the late Jacob
Schaefer, the concert will honor
Jewish Music Month, and will
feature a program of Yiddish,
English and Israeli music.
The evening's major work
will be a compilation of Schae-
fer's greatest choral composi-
tions, with text by Aaron
Kramer and narration:-by Rich-
ard Green.
Guest artist at the concert
will be Zinovi Bistritzky, assist-
ant concertmaster of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra. Another
highlight will be renditions by
the Youth Chorus.
Tickets for the program are
available from all members of
the Chorus or by calling Mrs.
Sarah Milgram, WE 1-0657 or
UN 1-2606.

"A Glimpse of Hasidic and
Israeli Music," will be the theme
of a luncheon meeting to be
held by Temple Israel Sister-
hood at 12:30 p.m., Monday; M
the temple's Leon Fram Hall.
Featured artists will be Shi-
mon and liana
Gewirtz, inter-
preters of Jew-
ish music, who
will sing and
play the chalil
and flute. Their
Hebrew folk
music, album
"The Time for
H a s
Singing
Come," has just
been released.
Marilyn Lu- Mrs. Gordon

.

cas, gifted young pianist and
pupil of Julius Chajes, who_has
appeared as soroist with the
Center Symphony. Orchestra
will share the spotlight.
Mrs. Hal Gordon, chairman
of the day, will be commentator
Race On for JWVA
and will introduce the artists.
`Queen for a Day'
Mrs. Arthur Hass, president,
A "Queen for a Day", to re- announces that there will be a
ceive a five-day vacation for sale of Union-grams, and there
two at a famous resort and a will be prizes awarded.

raising vice-president. The campaign began with a lunch-
eon for volunteer workers last Monday, when plans were
completed for the local appeal on behalf of the free, non,
sectarian national medical center at Duarte, Calif.

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ.

Feature: The story of a young
boy's adventures in his quest
for Gad is dramatic-ally told in
"How Manny Got Into the Sev-
enth Grade."
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Leonard Mer-
vis, of Temple Bnai Abraham
Zion, Oak Park, Ill., will speak
on "The Bright Colors Within."
* « *

THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.

Station: WCAR.
Feature: Dr. Chaim Wardi,
adviser of Christian affairs to
the Israel Ministry of Religion,
will be heard in a special inter-
view taken in Jerusalem by
Boris M. Joffe, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Commun-
ity Council, sponsor of t h e
weekly series of broadcasts.
* * *

number of other prizes, will be
crowned at the 1960 paid-up
membership affair of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Department of
Michigan Jewish War Veterans,
Feb. 8, at Holiday Manor'.
The queen to be selected will
be the member who has brought
in the greatest number of paid-
up members from July 1 to Jan.
25.
A court of honor will be com-
prised of those who have
brought in three or more women
into JWV, each of whom will
receive theater tickets and din-
ner for two at a well-known
restaurant. The contest is open
to all JWVA members.

Fenakel to Present
'Songs of Sabbath'
at Cantorial Hour

stallation of officers Jan. 16 at
Holiday Manor. For reserva-
tions, call Sara Gendelman, UN
4-7717, or Manuel Mackie, UN
4-9546.

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Cantor Nicholas Fenakel will
present a program on "Songs
of the Sabbath" at *the foUrth
session of the Cantorial Hour,
sponsored by the Jewish Cen-
ter, 18100 Meyers, at 2 p.m.,
Thursday.
The Cantorial Hour is a new
free program devoted to cantor-
ial music, featuring guest can-
tors interpreting the prayers,
their place in luturgy, historical
background and translation.

After 9 p.m.:
TY 6-3739

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how you say it. Expressions of sym-
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For your next celebration, whatever
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liquors. . . by the bottle or case . .
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Advanced Volleyball Class
to Start at Jewish Center

An advanced volleyball class
for men with experience in the
sport is being offered by the
Jewish Community Center at
8:15 p.m., Mondays. The class
is directed by Robert Basch,
physical education director. A
team representing the local
Center may be picked to com-
pete in the annual Jewish Wel-
fare Board tournament in Mon-
treal this spring.

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Knights to Be Dubbed

Pythian Sisters and Knights
of Pythias will hold a joint in-

COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Louis Rosenzweig,
chairman of the community re-

lations committee of the Jewish
Community Council, will dis-
cuss the role and activities of
that committee over the Coun-
cil's weekly portion of the Alt-
man Jewish Hour.

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