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April 08, 1960 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-08

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MISS ELIZABETH SAVINE

At a recent family dinner
party, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sa-
vine, of Moritz Ave., Oak Park,
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Elizabeth, to
Gerald Walters, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Walters, of Rens-
selaer Ave., also in Oak Park.
Mr. Walters attends Eastern
Michigan University.

Center 'Audience on
Stage' Recordings
to Feature Passover

Some of the greatest actors

of their times, such as John

Barrymore, John Gielgud and
Ruth Draper, will be heard in
recordings at the next "Audi-
ence on Stage" program, pre-
sented by Center Theater of the
Jewish Center, 18100 Meyers, at
8 p.m., Wednesday.
An informal reading of a
powerful scene from Christo-
pher Fry's "The Firstborn,"
celebrating Passover, a mono-
logue, and coffee in the wings
will conclude the- evening.

"I certainly regard the affor-
estation and land reclamation
work carried out by the Jewish
National Fund as being ex-
tremely beneficial." — David

Ben-Gurion.

activities in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meister, of Ewald Circle, are in Mexico
City, Mexico, where they attended the wedding, on April 3, of
their cousin, Susan Lerner, to Sergio Shapiro.
.
Dr. Kenneth L. Shmarak is home from Columbia University
for the spring recess, and will spend 10 days here with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shmarak, of 8130 Freda.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Levin and daughter, Dianne, formerly of
Detroit and St. Petersburg Beach, Fla., are currently residing
in Los Angeles, Calif. Another daughter, Sharon, is attending the
University of Florida. She will join her family in June, and
resume her senior year of studies at the University of California
at Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. George Spoon, of W. McNichols Rd., and Mr.
and Mrs. William Jacob, of W. Outer Dr., will leave April 17 by
jet on a tour of Europe. They will spend two weeks in Israel,
at the Dan Hotel, and will return on SS United States about
June 1, from Southampton.
Marking the 43rd anniversary of Founder's Day, members
of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, on the campus of Wayne State
University, presented a bridal fashion show in the university's
student center. Over 100 women attended the presentation, for
which models were the Misses Barbara Faudem, Lois Zumberg,
Enid Fink, Myra Cohen, Harriet Lett, Rozalind Lax, Anita
Davis, Marcia Morris and Michelle Manheitner.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Wolk recently honored their daugh-
ter Pamela Gail with a Sweet Sixteen party at Cregar's Pickwick
House. The luncheon was attended by her close friends and
members of the family.
Among the out-of-town guests who came here for the Bar
Mitzvah of Efrem Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldberg,
of Steel Avenue, were: Aaron, Ben and Steven Osher, Oklahoma
City; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer and son, Ricky, Cleveland; Dr
and Mrs. Eugene Singer, Toledo; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gerber,
Ann Arbor; Fritzie and Anne Spencer, Chicago, and Lillian
Gordon, Cincinnati. Efrem was called to the Torah March 26,
at Ahavas Achim Synagogue. A dinner in his honor was held
that evening in the Mayfair Room.
Miss Diana Resnick, of New York, formerly of Detroit, was
recently tendered a bridal shower at Jeri's in celebration of her
forthcoming marriage, on June 19, to Kalil Rosenberg. The
shower was given by Mesdames M. Kazdan and H. Sitron.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherman, of 18205 Pennington, have
just returned from a three-month stay in Miami Beach, Fla.
Detroiters by the score left for Europe and Israel during
the past month. Among them were: Max Lipsitz, . Max Singer,
Maurice Axelrod, David Korn, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Harris and
their son, Joel; Mrs. Goldye Keys, Mrs. Mollie Perlmutter, Miss
Rosetta Silverman, Miss Ethel Silverman,. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Harry Cohen, Mrs. Gussie
Phillips, Mrs. Esther Bussell, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Tilchin, Mr.
and MrS. Harry Kraft, Mrs. Sonia Gold, Mr. and Mrs. Heinrich
Libman, Mrs. Jessie Wolkin, Mrs. Rella Fridman, Mr. and Mrs.
Itzhak Zagiel and their three children, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Schmier, Mrs. Else Bloch, Mrs. Rosalie Loewenthal, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Goldsmith, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hartman, Mr. and
Mrs. Jules Kraft, and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Redstone. The overseas
addresses of these passengers are available from Doneson
Travel Agency.
Mr. and Mrs. David Bolton will celebrate their golden wed-
ding anniversary, at a party to be given by their children, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bolton, Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Bolton, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zukin, Saturday,
at Holiday Manor. They will reconfirm their marriage vows in a
ceremony, with their grandchildren, Dr. Norman, Robert, Ken-
neth, Allan, Steven, Stanley, Donald, Michael, Nancy, Sherry,
Laurie, and Bruce, as attendants. Rabbi- Isaac Stollman will
officiate.

Center Announces
Vacation Program

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 1-8000

SHERATON-CADILLAC
HOTEL

Washington Blvd at Michigan Ave.

Mark Schmidt, General Manager

Jewish Community Center
children will celebrate the
spring school vacation with
many special programs, April
15-24, at the main building,
18100 Meyers.
There will be additional gym,
swimming and roller skating
sessions for juniors, tweens and
teens, and additional junior
game room programs.
Teens will take a bike trip,
with picnic lunch, from 10 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, April
20.
Tweens will take a three day
trip to Chicago, Wednesday
through Friday, April 20-22.
Tween boys will hold a
paddleball tournament, starting
April 20, and will visit Ann
Arbor, touring the University
of Michigan, April -21.
Junior programs include
"Passover Puzzle," at 2:30 p.m.,
and 3:30 p.m., Sunday, April 17.
A weekend trip will be held at
C a in p Tamarack, Thursday
through Sunday, April 21-24.
program for Juniors,
A
"I.C:B.M.," will be held at 10
a.m., Friday, April 15 at the
Ten Mile branch.
An indoor field day for boys
and girls, grades 4-6, will be
held at 10 a.m., Wednesday,
April 20.

Geula Gill Stars
With Israeli. Troupe

Bar Mitzvahs

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Disner, of
18601 Oak Drive, announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Eliot
Gordon, at Congregation Shaa-
rey Zedek, on Saturday. A re-
ception in his honor will be
held that evening in their home.

For the Finest in Music

Dave Diamond

and His Orchestra

WO 2-4814

UN 4-4346

Simcha Music Nursery

Cong. Shaarey Shomayim

Raven-haired, beautiful and
talented GEULA GILL is the
star of the Oranim Zabar
Troupe, which is coming to
the Scottish Rite Cathedral of
Masonic Temple on May 5.
One of the biggest stars in
Israel, she is on her way to
achieving similar success
here. Miss Gill began her ca-
reer in the Israel Army dur-
ing the War for Independ-
ence, and, at 17, she enter-
tained the troops, frequently
within range of Arab gunfire.
She sings in 16 languages.

Photography by

Pre-School children ages 2Y2-6
Specializing in Rhythm Band -
Music App. - Baking - Crafts.

Tues., Thurs. & Fri. $ 1 50 Per
I
Class
Morn., 9-11
$1 75 Per
Afternoons Daily
I
Class
12-30-3

ALSO

Summer Day Camp

$ 2 50

per Day
mil (lunch hid.) 9-3
June 20 to July 15

Transportation 50c extra
Mrs. David Holtzman, Director

LI 1-9769

LI 3-4688

JACK GORBACK

Specializing in
Quality & Service

Weddings
* '
Bar Mitzvahs

Natural Color
Specialist

Commercial
UN 3.8532

UN 4-6040

Member Northwest Professional Photographers Guild

SUMMER WANDERLUST

Personally conducted camping and cross-country
motor tour of the United States.

JUNE 29 - AUGUST 22

For Boys, Ages 13-15

See such spectacles as: • Carlsbad Caverns • Grand Canyon
• A Texas Cattle Ranch • Bryce • Disneyland • Yosemite
• Yellowstone • Mount Rushmore and many others.

PLEASE WRITE: MR. PHILIP HOLLMAN, Member or New England
Camping Ass'n., 1925 LORRAINE PL., ANN ARBOR, MICH. OR
CALL COLLECT: NO 2 - 1183.

Charlip to Supervise
Fishman Agency

Avram (Bud) Charlip has
been appointed agency super-
visor for the Herman Fishman
Agency, 16245 James Couzens.
He has been with the agency
since 1958.
Charlip will enlist, train and
supervise new men seeking to
become career agents. In Janu-
ary of this year, Charlip passed
a state examination admitting
him to practice as a licensed
insurance auditor, abstractor,
counselor and ,analyst.
A graduate of the University
of Michigan and its law school,
he is affiliated with Tau Epsilon
Rho legal fraternity, is a past
president of Centennial Lodge
of Bnai Brith, a board member
of the Bnai Brith Council, the
Junior Division of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and the
Metropolitan Division of the
Allied Jewish Campaign. He also
is a member of the U. of M.
Club in Detroit.

Center 'Caribbean Cruise'
"Caribbean Cruise," a dance
and swim party featuring Latin
American music and a midnight
swim, will be given by the Jew-
ish Community Center's Men's
and Women's Health Clubs,
18100 Meyers, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.,
Saturday, April 23.

in Hack's tha Cha boot
for young ladies!

---v
with youngsters — without
compromising quality!
Leather trimmed black Nylon
Velvet that resists wear,
cleans easily.

A shoe that rates tops

HACK SHOE COMPANY

Children's Branches

19360 Livernois

16633 E. Warren

27 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Frid ay, April 8, 1960

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