Public School Starts Drive for Clothing
Gun; berger-Nathan National Magazine I JWEWO Don or
Cites Rostow Theories
Rites Held April 10 on &ono-mit Growth to Aid. Orphans,
MRS. GERARD GUNZBERGER
An article on Prof. Walt
Whitman Ro s tow and his
theories of economics extends
across five pages in the April
9 issue of Business Week
Magazine, which states that he
has been "hailed in some quar-
ters as a major prophet, de-
nounced in others as a fraud."
The 43-year-old professor of
economic history at the Massa-
chusetts Institute of Tech-
nology is the son of Detroiter
Mrs. Lillian. Share.
The controversy started by
Prof. Rostow's "five stages of
national economic growth" was
touched off by announcement
that two books written by him
are now being released.
One is "The Stages of
Economic Growth: a Non-Com-
munist Manifesto," which is a
117-page publication by Cam-
bridge University Press. The
other is a 568-page major work,
"The United States in the
World Arena," published by
Harper & Bros.
Widows in Israel
The 40th anniversary of the
Jewish Women's European Wel-
fare Organization will be marked
with a mother and daughter
donor luncheon, to be held at
12 noon, Wednesday, in the
main Jewish Center, 18100
According to Mrs. Max Eng-
lander, chairman, the event will
be the organization's major
Detroit's annual spring public
school clothing drive will start
Monday, and continue through
May 13. - •
This will_de . the 25th anniver-
sary year for the city-wide cloth-
ing drives and the year-around
program in which the Volun-
teers of America have co-operat-
ed with Detroit Public Schools
Social Servhe; a representative
group of school personnel which
spollsors the drive.
Aim of the drive is - to pro-
vide wearable used shoes and
clothing so that thousands -of
needy children can be properly
clothed for school. Contribu-
tions taken to the schools or
donated direct - from the home
are picked up by the Volun-
teers of America, cleaned and
repaired, then supplied free to
needy children. Only cases of
temporary family d_istress are
Marshall BR Lodge
Marks 25th Year
Albert Gutman, president of
Louis Marshall Lodge, an-
nounces that the organization
its 25th anni-
versary with a
dinner - dance
at 7 p.m., Sun-
day, at Tam
O'S.ha n ter
I. Yaffa is
chairman of •
the event. Artie Gutman
Fields and his orchestra will
provide music for dancing and
Tickets are available by call-
ing Gutman, at UN. 3-7055, or
Jimmy Laker, TE. 4-8282.
or Used Car — Call
SAUL H. .SINKOFF •
Suzanne Wohl Nathan became
DICK LURli FORD
the bride of Gerard Josef Gunz-
berger in a ceremony perform-
ed April 10, in the Park Shel-
ton Hotel by Dr. Richard C.
Hertz, of Temple Beth El.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Emil Na-
than. of Thatcher Ave., Detroit, Dan Frohman Chorus
For fine color movies
and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gunz- Sets Annual Concert
of your wedding
MRS. MAX ENGLANDER
berger, of Bogota, Colombia, I The Dan Frohman Chorus
will be heard in its annual con- fund-raising event this year.
The bride's gown was of ' cert at 8:30 p.m., May 15, in the
white, silk organza with a flow- auditorium of Mumford High Proceeds go for the support of
widows and orphans in- Israel.
er-embroidered motif and scoop School.
Following the full - course
neckline. Her illusion veil fell
Rebecca Frohman and Marian
to• her fingertips from a crown Hahn, two noted concert plan- luncheon, members and their
guests will hear an address by
of seed pearls, and she carried
Mrs. - Morris Adler, wife of Our Classifieds Get Fast Results
a bouquet of white Orchids and
Rabbi Adler, of Cong. Shaarey
stephanotis on her confirmation
Zedek,- whd will be guest speak-
er. A number of • prizes will be
Paula Maskin was maid of
honor, while bridesmaids were
AsSisting Mrs. Englander in
Linda Ann Boasberg; of Buffalo,
planning the event are Mes-
N.Y., and Judith Ann Smith. A
dames Jack Seder, tickets; Ida
cousin of the bride ; Joan Mer-
Goldsmith, journal, and Otto
rill Hoffman, was-junior brides-
Kavieff, darlings. Mrs. Morris
V. Kenneth McDowell was the
Miller is JWEWO president.
bridegroom's best man, and ush-
Reservations are available by
Miss Hahn Miss Frohman
ers were Richard N. Block, of
calling Mrs. Seder, TY 8-4151;
Buffalo, Lawrence E. Nathan, ists, will be the assisting artists. Mrs. Miller, UN 4-1639, or Mrs.
Jr., and Stephen M. J. Hoffthan.
The duo pianists will present Englander, DI . 114766.
Following a honeymoon in a program of. works by Bach,
Jamaica and Miami Beach, Mr. Rachmaninoff and Milhaud.
U. of D. Fraternity Schedules
and Mrs. Gunzberger will take
The selected 60-voice choir Fourth Annual Games Night
up residence-on Tireman Ave. will present a program of works
The fourth annual games
by Low, Schubert, Binder, Gel- night party of Phi Sigma Delta
fraternity at the University of
stone, Zaira, Moussorgsky, Han- Detroit will take place at 9
Fetes 50-Year Women del, Robert Shaw, Mascagni, p.m., Saturday, in the U. of D.
Memorial Building, Fairfield at
"Council in the Community" Verdi and Frohman.
is the theme of the annual • Tickets are available by call- Florence.
13821 W. 9 MILE
lunchedn meeting of the Detroit ing LI. 3-3253 or LI. 5-5680.
Section, National Council of
Don Frohman Chorus
Jewish Women, to be held this Sisters Vie for Title
Mumford High, May 15
Tuesday afternoon, at the Town
and Country Club, according to of 'Best Stenographer'
Mrs. Albert E. Cole, program
Two sisters have been selected
to compete in the finals to pick-
Guest speaker will be Rich- Detroit's best stenographer. The
ard F. Huegli, director of winner will reign over the
U n i t e d Community Services. Detroit Business Show, • being
Special recognition will be giv- held -at the Stotler Hotel, Mon-
en to some 100 Council com- day through Wednesday. -
The girls are Vivian- Levin-
munity service volunteers.
Honored guests will include son, 21, and Janice Levinson,
27 Detroit women whose names 19, the daughters of Mr. and
have been on Council's member- Mrs. Leo Levinson, of 1.8644
ship list for at least 50 years. Santa Rosa.
Vivian and Janice were
These include Mesdames Har-
ry Berger, William Brown, Sol selected on the basis of sec-
Cohn, Joseph Ehrlich, Harry retarial tests given by promot-
Farbsten, Sidney Frank, Max ers of the show, including
Grabowsky, Israel Himelhoch, ability to type and take short-
Julian Krolik, Benjamin Lam- hand. Yet remaining is an in-:
bert, Homa-p. rMaks, I..L. Pol- terview with the judges.
As finalists, the girls. will be
ozker, Oscar Robinson, David
Scheyer, Albert SthloSs, Sidney hostesses at the show, where
* * Starring * *
Silberman, Morris Silver, exhibitions of new machinery
Charles Simons, Samuel Slo- and equipment will be shown.
Vivian is a Federal Govern-
man, Sidney :Weinman, Joseph
Ca ntinf las
Weiss and -the Aliases Hattie
Gittleman, -Mildred. Goldman; of Internal Revenue. Janice is
Edith lieavenrich-, Said Hirsch- secretary to the chief account-
man and Cardlyn Wolenburgh. ant at Wayne State University.
Both girls are graduates of
Ma rlena Dietrich
Central High School.
SZO Fetes Israel's
WHAT EVERY BRIDE
0 11 ATID 11*
AT POPULAR PRICES!
Birthday- at WSV,
gaily at. McGregor to Be
A program in honor •Of Addressed by Two Indians
Israel's -12.111- —ariftilier-sary will
be held by the Student Zionist
Organization at 8:30 p.m. - Wed-
nesday, in 328 State Hall,
Wayne State University
Featuring a folk dance troup
of the national SZO, the pro-
gram will include also com-
munity singing and dancing. A
speaker will discuss the "Mean-
ing of Israel's Independence."
The public is invited.
Acharya Kripalani and Su-'
theta Kripalani, political lead-
ers of India, will speak on "Will
Democracy Survive In India?",
Saturday, May 7, 8:30 p.m., at
McGregor Center, Ferry and
2nd. The meeting is -sponsored
by the Dernocratic Socialist
Forum made up of the Socialist
Party-Social Democratic Federa-
tion, Dissent Magazine and
COMPLETE! — UNCUT!
Schaefer at W. McNichols UN 2-8100
PRICES: Evenings. and Sunday $1.75.
Weds. and Sat. Matinee, Adults 90c . to
Children .50c at all fifties.
Shown on the
in bMichigan !
3 HOURS OF
Weds. 2 and 8 p.m.
Thurs. ' 8 p.m
Fri. 6 and 9:15 p.m.
Sat. 12:05, 2:55, 5:45
' and 9:15 p.m.
Sun. 1:30, 4:30 and