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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 20, 1960 —

Miss Frank Stars Miss Dorf Engaged Ramblewood Slates Open House
in -Vancr
ft, uardPla y to Glenn A. Rosin to Inaugurate Third Year Activities

The talents of an "off Broad-
way" New York actor and
one of Detroit's best known
actresses combine at Vanguard
Playhouse for "Ring Around
the Moon," Jean Anouilh's farci-
cal comedy now showing at
the intimate Columbia St.
theater.
John Gregory, who played
the lead role in the resident
company's initial offering "Peer
Gynt," and Esther Frank, an
established local Jewish actress,
share the spotlight in the pro-
duction, which is a translation
by Christopher Fry.
Miss Frank, who plays the
witty Madame Desmortes, is a
veteran of New York and Holly-
wood radio and theater, and
has played major roles here
with the Temple Players and at
Northland Playhouse, the Cass
Theater and numerous commu-
nity groups.
"Ring Around the Moon,"
which has received wide favor-
able review for the Vanguard
Playhouse, will continue
through June 4. Curtain time
is at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday to Sat-
urday, and at '7:30 p.m., Sunday.
Sparking the success of the
Vanguard Playhouse produc-
tions have been two local at-
torneys, Byron Lasky, who is
the founder of the theater, and
Samuel Charfoos, who serves
as chairman of its board of
directors.
Lasky and Charfoos have an-
nounced that Vanguard will
continue operations throughout
the year, offering a minimum
of 10 plays. The musical
comedy, "The Boy Friend," is
slated to open at the Playhouse
on June 8.

Rabbi Katz to Speak
at Women's _ Banquet

Rabbi Nehemiah Katz, of To-
ledo, 0., will be guest speaker
at the annual banquet of the
ladies of Yeshivath Beth Yehu-
dah and the
Women'S Sab-
bath League,
to be held
Thursday af-
ternoon, at
Holiday Man-
or.
Mrs. Milton
Winston, pro
gram chair-
man, advises
that Phillip
Nusholtz, lo-
cal attorney
and humorist,
will serve as
toastmaster. Rabbi N. Katz
Rabbi Katz, who has been a
spiritual leader in Toledo for
nearly 25 years, currently serves
as chairman of the Great Lakes
Region, Rabbinical Council of
America, and has held leading
positions in Toledo civic and
communal organizations.

Adas Shalom Steak Roast

The annual steak roast of
the Adas Shalom Married
Couples Club will be held at
Ramblewood Country Club, a rich, Berle Wietzman and Ruth 7:30 p.m., Sunday, in Oak Park's
pioneer among cooperative fam- Goldman, entertainment; Sally Major Park. In case of bad
ily year-round swimming and Saginaw, pool; Martie Fischer, weather, the event will be post-
recreational clubs, will open its women's activities; Meyer Wigs, poned until June 5.
third annual swimming season sports; Marvin Cornfield, house
on Memorial Day, May 30.
and grounds; George Fineberg,
For the Finest in Musk
An open house for the mem- food; Jule Markman, grievance;
bership and general public is and Irene Kronick, Rambler
planned at the club site, 38500 publication.
W. 9 Mile, in Farmington.
and His Orchestra
A special program is planned Dr. Gass to Address
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for the youngsters under the
direction of Robert Conibear, Home Relief Monday
club director, which will include on USSR Impressions
games and contests, pony rides,
Dr. Gertrude Zemon Gass, a
cotton candy and other features.
and his
native Detroiter, wife of the
Among the • facilities offered prominent neurologist, Dr. Har-
KEY-NOTES
by Ramblewood are a baseball vey Gass, and a member of the
"Music As You Like If"
diamond, volleyball, shuffle- f a cult y of Merrill Palmer
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board and ping pong. There are School, will address the Home
weekly bridge tournaments, and Relief Society's membership
handicraft for the children.
luncheon, Monday, at 12 noon,
In addition to the club's olym-
at the home
pic-sized swimming pool, there
of Mrs. Sam-
is a wading pool for the chil-
uel Kohlen-
dren. Youngsters compete in
berg, 3430 W.
swimming meets against other
Outer Dr.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
country clubs in the northwest
Dr. Gass,
suburbs. There is a large pic-
"The Best Need
who will speak
nic area for members wishing
on
the
sub-
Cost No More"
to bring their own food, and
ject "A Psy-
snack bar facilities also are
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LI 8-1116
chologist
available.
Looks
at
Rus-
In announcing a limited num-
sia," spent
ber of memberships that are
Dr. Gass last summer
Dinner at DARBYS
now available, Dr. Sidney J.
Hillenberg, Ramblewood presi- in Russia, gathering first hand
is a real treat!
dent, announced that informa- impressions of the Soviet
tion is available by calling him Union.
• Visit Our New
This luncheon-meeting is a
at UN 4-1786, or George Segal,
SKYLIGHT
ROOM CocktaL
complimentary
affair
for
Home
membership c ha i r ma n, UN
Lounge and Bar
Relief members and their
1-2659.
• AFTER
Dr. Hillenberg also an- friends. Mrs. Samuel Hechman,
THEATRE
nounced the appointment of the membership chairman, and Mrs.
Snacks . . . a
following chairmen for the 1960 Louis Marks, program chair-
Delight
man, are in charge of the meet-
season:
• LUNCHEON
Sid Fields, administrative- ing.
A Pleasure
Mrs. Albert King, hospitality
legal-finance; L e o Friedman,
building and maintenance; Roz chairman, can be reached at
Resv. UN. 2-7642
Smith, children; Beverly Les- UN. 5-2659, to accept reserva-
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
sen, furniture; Virginia Mar- tions.

Dave Diamond

Sheldon Rott
of:

MISS SANDRA DORF

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dorf, of
W. Outer Dr., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Sandra Toby, to Glenn Alan
R o s i n, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry P. Rosin, of Santa Bar-
bara Dr.
Miss Dorf, a senior at the
University of Michigan, is a
member of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority. Her fiance is attend-
ing the U. of M. Medical school,
and is affiliated with Phi Delta
Epsilon medical fraternity. He
formerly belonged to Phi Epsi-
lon Pi fraternity.
An August wedding is
planned.

Bnai David Sisterhood
to Elect New Officers

Mrs. Eugene Rosen, chairman
of the nominating committee
for the Bnai David Sisterhood,
will present a slate for election
at a meeting planned for Mon-
day evening, in the synagogue
social hall. Other members of
the committee are Mesdames I.
Katz, J. Golden and Z. Tennen.

DAVE DOMBEY
ASSOCIATES

diantblewaoci

`Bus Tour' Camping
for Community Teens

A new summer camping ex-
perience is being offered by
the Fresh Air Society to boys
and girls, 14 to 16, it is an-
nounced this week by Sam
Marcus, director.
'Recently approved by the
Society's board of directors is
a 17-day encampment from
July 29 to Aug. 14. Some 32
campers will travel by deluxe
bus, stopping at points of inter-
est along the way to sight-see,
relax, swim and fish.
The group will camp in state
parks, hotels, camps and na-
tional parks en route. Some
meals they will cook them-
selves. A mature staff and pro-
fessional bus driver will accom-
pany the group.
Parents and youngsters in-
terested in the program, which
is designed to provide a cul-
tural and adult-type of experi-
ence for teen-agers, are invited
to call the Fresh Air Society,
DI 1-5666.

"Dedicated to the Family Way of Life"

Proudly Announces
The Opening of Its Third Big Season
Of Summer Family Fun

38500 West 9 Mile Road

Limited Memberships Available

George Segal, Membership Chairman

UNiversity 1-2659

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