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May 13, 1960 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 13, 1960 — 12

Jewish Home Women
to Install Mrs. Lasser,

The Women's Auxiliary, Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, will
hold its 35th anniversary cele-
bration and installation of offi-
cers ceremony
at 12:30 p.m.,
Monday, at
Holiday
Manor.
Mrs. Walter
Lasser will be
installed for a
second term as
president by Mrs. Lasser
Mrs. Morris J. Greenberg, in-
stalling officer. The meeting
will especially honor mothers
and daughters.
According to Mrs. Meyer Sil-
verman, program chairman, an-
other feature of the afternoon
will be a fashion show presented
by Goodwill Industries. A social
hour will follow.

Mishkan Israel Women
Slate Membership Tea

A membership tea will be
held by the Sisterhood of
Cong. Mishkan Israel at 8:30
p.m., Tuesday, in the home of
Mrs. Sarah Zalla, 23550 Rad-
clift, Oak Park.
Mrs. Edith Flack, chairman,
announces that "An Evening
of Charm" is planned, with
demonstrations of hair fash-
ions and make-up being given
by known fashion experts. Re-
freshments will be served.
For information or reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Shirley Cohen,
LI 3-5868, Mrs. Flack, LI 2-1737
or Mrs. Dolores Fishman, LI
8-5269.

Sid Shmarak's

Business Briefs

BOHM & YOUNG, Needle
Custom Tailors, have just
opened their new shop at 13330
W. 7 Mile Rd., corner Snowden.
"Benny" Bohm was formerly
with Steve Petix, and Mr. Young
is from Australia, where he was
in the • custom tailoring field.
They make all their garments
for men and women on the
premises, and offer the finest
quality imported and domestic
fabrics.

News Brevities

Academy Award winner Alec
Guinness, who stars in "OUR
MAN IN HAVANA," currently
at the Trans-Lux Krim Theater,
will be held over for a fifth
week.
* * *
The GORDON MEISNER
Agency of Indianapolis Life In-
surance Company, 18946 Green-.
field, set the pace for all com-
pany agencies for Match, ac-
cording to agency vice presi-
dent, Arnold Berg.

"People of Russia—Class Sys-
tems" will be the topic of a
panel discussion planned by the
HIGH SCHOOL INTERNA-
TIONAL CLUB for 7:30 p.m.,
Monday, in the Parkman Branch
Library, 1766 Oakman B 1 v d.
Dr. John W. Tenny, professor
of special education at Wayne
State University, will moderate
the panel, which includes Mi-
chell Kuvet, of Cass, and Mark
Greenberg, of Mumford.
* * *
Appointment of the RUBEN
ADVERTISING AGENCY, 920
David Stott Bldg., to handle ad-
vertising and promotion for the
1960 Detroit Jewelry Show was
announced this week by George
Cohn, president of the Detroit
Jewelry Sales Associates, spon-
sors of the show, to be held
Aug. 21 to 23, at the Statler-
Hilton Hotel.
• *
HARRY BALTUCK, manager
of the Detroit-Northwest social
security district office at 18260
Grand River, announced a
change in office hours. The
office will be open to the pub-
lic between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30
p.m., Monday through Friday.
* * *
PUTT-PUTT GOLF COURS-
ES opened the season this week
at Drayton Plains on Dixie
Highway and at Telegraph and
Northwestern Highway with a
tournament that is attracting
amateur and professional golf-
ers. Winners become eligible
for a $30,000 cash prize and a
two-week vacation abroad.
* * *
Esther Frank and John Greg-
ory share the leading roles in
"Ring Around the Moon," Jean
Anouilh's sophisticated French

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Technion Professor
Local Sculptor Wins .
Returns to Israel
New York Show Award Dr. Zeki Berk, who has

For the second successive
year, Detroiter Natalie Evelyn
Gaines has been awarded first
prize for sculpture in the
Temple Emanu-el Men's Club
fifth annual art exhibition in
New York.
The prize was awarded for
her work, "Form 16," a female
nude in terra-cotta. Her "Form
13," last year's winning. entry,
also was displayed at the art
show at the request of the com-
mittee.
Miss Gaines attended the De-
troit Society of Arts and Crafts
and the Greason Memorial
School. Her sculpture has been
shown in numerous exhibitions
and is represented in many
private collections.

farce, which is now playing at
the VANGUARD PLAYHOUSE,
58 E. Columbia. Miss Frank,
who plays Madame Desmortes,
has appeared previously at the
Cass, Northland Playhouse and
with the Temple Players. The
production will run through
June 4.
*
*
Probate Judge IRA G. KAUF-
MAN will be guest speaker at
a dinner and reception of the
Midwest Conference of National
Federation of Independent
Scrap Yard Dealers, Inc., at 7
p.m., May 21, in the Statler-
Hilton Hotel. The conference is
planned for May 21 and 22,
according to Nathan Willis, Classified ads bring fast results!
chairman.

Merrill to Sing
at Adas Shalom

just been promoted to the rank
of Lecturer at the Technion,
returned to Israel recently from
post-graduate studies at the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology where he received his
Doctor's degree in only 13
months, the first time this has
ever been accomplished in the
history of the Food Technology
Department there. Dr. Berk
graduated from the Technion.
in 1955.

.."

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ROBERT MERRILL, now in
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baritone of the Metropolitan
Opera, will be presented in
a program of operatic, litur-
gical and folk music by the
Adas Shalom Men's Club at
8:15 p.m., May 29, in the
synagogue's main sanctuary.
He will be accompanied by
his wife, the former Marion
Machno, a native Detroiter
who studied here with Julius
Chajes. All seats for the con-
cert are reserved. For tickets,
call the synagogue office, UN
4-7474.

Hashomer Hatzair Sets
Outing for Lag b' Omer

The annual Lag b'Omer cele-
bration of Hashomer Hatzair
will be marked by an outing
this Sunday, to Rouge Park.
Those attending will gather at
9 a.m., at the organization's
office, 18073 Wyoming.
The festival, in addition to
commemorating the Bar Kochba
triumph against Roman tyranny,
also celebrates the 40th anni-
versary of the world Hashomer
Hatzair movement.
All groups of the organiza-
tion are currently making
preparations for the Camp
Shomria season, which extends
from July 3 to 31, at Wilderness
State Park. For information,
call UN. 1-5299.

Socialities' Cabaret
to Conclude Season

Detroit Socialites will close
its current season with a caba-
ret night to be held at 8:30
p.m., Sunday, in the Sholem
Aleichem Institute, 19350 Green-
field.
The program, arranged by
Ruth Ann Justice, will feature
television ventriloquist and ma-
gician John Osborne, panto-
mimist Paula Pollock, the dance
team of Jim and Kathy, violin-
ist Kay Friedman and Mischa's
string quintet.
Club hostesses will serve re-
freshments, and there will be
popular dancing during the
evening.

Orde Wingate, the English-
than who trained the first men
of the Haganah and was a
devout Zionist was a cousin
of Winston Churchill.

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