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May 20, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-20

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News Brevities

Elliott Baron, 19-year-old su-
pervisor of the Jewish • Commu-
nity Center's weight-lifting pro-
gram, is the winner of the re-
cent National AAU teen-age
weight-lifting meet.
Baron, of 18248 Indiana, com-
peted in the 198-pound class. He
lifted 220 pounds, 200 pounds
and 280 pounds in the three of-
ficial lift categories: military
press, snatch and clean and
The meet, held at the North-
ern YMCA, was the first time
Baron had entered AAU compe-
tition. The weights were his own
personal record.
Baron also took third place
in the physique contest, which
was held to determine the teen-
age Mr. America. A weight-lifter
for four years, Baron has pre-
viously won awards in the teen-
age M1. Michigan meet, teen-
age state weight-lifting competi-
tion and the class C state
weight-lifting meet.
A 1958 graduate of Mumford
High School, Baron is current-
ly a liberal arts student at
Wayne State University.
David Helfman, a weight-lift-
ing student at the Jewish Cen-
ter, took the second place tro-
phy directly behind Baron.

Bagley School Scouts
Seeking New Recruits

A limited number of openings
for boys 11 and older to partici-
pate in scouting activities with
Boy Scout Troop 515, which
meets Tuesday evening, at the
Bagley School, was announced
this week by Samuel Jannett,
troop committee chairman.
Julian Barit is Scoutmaster
of the troop, which teaches
good citizenship, arts and crafts,
map reading, trailing and nature
study activities. Each month,
troop members participate in
weekend campouts.
Participation of interested
fathers also has been invited.
Both boys and dads are wel-
come to attend an open troop
meeting at 7:30 p.m., this Tues-
day, in the Bagley School gym-

Mrs. Arthur Yabroff, direc- Va., were named to receive -the
for of the state board of the annual Bernard Revel Memo-
League of Women Voters, will rial Awards, presented by the
moderate a panel discussion on Yeshiva College Alumni Asso-
"Presidential Candidates and ciation, at the annual dinner,
Issues" at a meeting of the June 16, in Hotel Croydon, New
* *
TIONAL CLUB at 7:30 p.m.,
Monday, in the Parkman Branch
was elected treasurer of the
Library, 1766 Oakman Blvd.
Detroit Bar Association at the
• * *
The TRANS-LUX KRIM Thea- annual meeting on Monday.
ter will present a sneak pre- Judge Charles Rubiner was
view of an outstanding British succeeded to the presidency by
comedy at 9:15 p.m., today, in Robert C. Winter.
addition to "Our Man in Ha-
JOHN BASSETT, publisher of
vana," starring Sir Alec Guin-
the Toronto Telegram, was
awarded the Zeta Beta Tau fra-
* * *
ternity's Gottheil Medal, as the
An exhibition of American
individual who did the most to
Genre Painting, observation of foster better understanding
daily life in the 19th century, among peoples in 1959. The
will be shown at PARK GAL- award was presented tc Bassett
LERY, 20090 Livernois, begin- by forme_r Sen. Herbert H. Leh-
ning this Sunday. The group of man.
20 paintings will remain on dis-
* * *
play through June 4.
Some 1,500 world dignitaries
* * *
and guests heard Rabbi JACOB
BODZIN FAMILY CLUB will E. SEGAL, spiritual leader of
meet on Sunday evening, in the Adas Shalom Synagogue in De-
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jay S. troit deliver the benediction at
Bodzin, 4268 Sturtevant.
a Universal Brotherhood Move-
* * *
ment dinner in New York,
Dr. RICHARD C. HERTZ, which marked the tenth anni-
rabbi of Temple Beth El, was versary of the movement which
recently honored with the pres- is sponsored by The Jewish
entation of a plaque for his Theological Seminary of
service during 1959 for interna- America.
* * * ,
tional freedom. The plaque was
presented jointly by Mayor Miri-
Z I V A RODANN, versatile
ani and Mayor Michael Patrick young Israeli actress, star of
of Windsor.
American TV and film produc-

tions, featured in the forth-
MORRIS SPELFOGEL, of coming "Story of Ruth," was
Brookline, Mass., was elected awarded the title of "Miss ORT-
President of the National Fed- Fashion of 1960."
eration of Jewish Men's Clubs
at the closing session of the
31st annual convention, held at Met's Robert Merrill
Concord ,Hotel, Kiamesha Lake, to Sing Here May 29
Robert Merrill, now in his

14th season as leading baritone
Dr. HARRY POLACHEK, of the Metropolitan Opera Com-
technical director of the Ap- pany. will appear in concert
plied Mathematics Laboratory at Adas Shalom Synagogue at
of the U.S. Navy; ARNOLD 8:15 p.m., May 29.
MILLER, Worcester, Mass., at-
The Brooklyn-born opera
torney; and Rabbi NACHMAN singer, one of the few Met
BULMAN, of Newport News, stars to be born in this coun-
try, is appearing under the
auspices of the synagogue's
Men's Club.
For his concert here, Merrill
will present a variety of music,
including operatic arias, liturgi-
cal sory:r.c and folk music.
His accompanist will be his
wife, Detroit-born Marion
Machno, a graduate of Juilliard,
who studied here with Julius
Chajes, music director of the
Jewish Community Center.
All seats for the Merrill con-
cert are reserved. Tickets are
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Sweetheart Dance
to Close AZA Season

The first annual Sweetheart
Dance sponsored by the Greater
Detroit AZA Council will close
the season's activities, it was
announced this week by Mike
Freedman, general chairman.
The dance will be presented
May 28, in the social hall of
Adas Shalom Synagogue, and
will feature dancing to the
music of Johnny Titus and his
orchestra, with Betty Brown as
The semi-formal affair will be
highlighted by the crowning of
an AZA Sweetheart. Ann Mars-
ton, Miss Michigan of 1959, will
participate in the crowning
Tickets are available from
any AZA member or by calling
the BBYO office, VE. 8-4487.



Course in Stock Market
to Be Taught at Center

"The Stock Market for New
Investors," a five-week summer
course to be conducted at the
Jewish Community Center,
18100 Meyers, will begin June 6
and continue for a period of
five successive Tuesday eve-
Instructor for the class will
be A. I. Morrison, partner in
the local stock brokerage firm
of Morrison & Frumin. Regis-
tration for the course may be
made at the lobby desk at the
Center. For information, call
DI 1-4200.

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American Academy
Honors Abba S. Eban

BOSTON, Mass., (JTA) —
Abba S. Eban, Israel Minister
Without Portfolio and former
Ambassador to the United
States, was elected honorary
member of the American Acad-
emy of Arts and Sciences. The
only other Israelis ever to have
been named to membership in
the Academy were the late
President Chaim Weizmann
and the late Prof. Joseph Klaus-
ner of the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem.

Mildred Sabath, specialist in
early childhood education,
former nursery school and kin-
dergarten teacher and at pres-
ent an instructor at Wayne
State University, will talk to the
Parents Group of the United
Hebrew Schools Nursery School,
Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., at the Nur-
sery School, 15110 W. Ten Mile.
All are invited.
The Nursery School meets
five days a week under the
supervision of a trained staff.
Registration for 1960-61, morn-
ing and afternoon sessions, is
now going on. Call LI. 8-4747
after 2 p.m. for information.

Historical Society's
Election on Thursday

The Jewish Historical Society
of Michigan will elect officers
Thursday, 8:30 p.m., at the home
of Allen A. Warsen, 21721 Park-
lawn, Oak Park.
The nominating committee
consists of Rabbi Emanuel Ap-
plebaum and Dr. Leonard Moss.
Allen Warsen, president, will
review briefly the life and work
of Simon Dubnow on his 100th .



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23 - THE DETROIT J EWISH NEWS — Friday, May 20, 1960

Center Weight-Lifter
Wins National AAU

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