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May 27, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-27

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Hotel managers and caterers
this week joined in commend-
ing the activities of one of
Detroit's most
popular party-
planners, Miss
Gertrude En-
gel.
Former pri-
vate secretary
to Council-
man Eugene
Van Antwerp
when he was
Detroit's
Mayor, Miss
Engel — Mrs.
Myer Rubin in
private life — Miss Engel
is reported setting new records
for parties she has planned for
the months to come.
E. M. Denhofer, Sheraton-
Cadillac's maitre d'hotel, and
other hotel managers, as well
as several caterers, said Miss
Engel's activities are models
in planning for various types
of parties.

Plan Tamarack Weekend
for Health Club Members
A weekend for Jewish Com-

munity Center Men's 'Health
Club fathers and sons will be
held at Camp Tamarack, June
10 to 12, with swimming, fishing
and sports as top attractions.
Campers should provide their
own transportation, arriving at
6:30 p.m., Friday and leaving
after lunch, Sunday. The fee in-
cluding meals and snacks, row-
boats, linen and towels, is $16
for fathers and $12 for each son.
Reservations must be made in
advance, with a $5 deposit, at
the Men's Health Club, 18100
Meyers. Health Club members
without sons also may partici-
pate.

News Brevities I

VANGUARD PLAYHOUSE,
Detroit's only professional resi-
dential t h e a t e r, will open a
summer Theater Arts - Work-
shop for children and teen-
agers at the Playhouse, 58 E.
Columbia. Two four-week
courses, meeting from July 6
to 30 and Aug. 3 to 27, are
planned for children 7 to 16.
Dr. William Gregory, director
of Vanguard Playhouse, heads
the workshop staff, which also
includes Diane Margolis, Betty
Hyman Totti and Christopher
F 1 y n n. For information, call
WO 3-3863.
* * *
MORRISON AND FRUMIN,
INC. announces the formation
of its new firm and its • election
to membership in the Detroit
Stock Exchange. Located in the
Penobscot Bldg., the company
will do a general stock broker-
age business. Officers are Mur-
ray Frumin, president, and A.
I. Morrison, secretary. Frumin
was formerly with Paine, Web-
ber, Jackson & Curtis and more
recently a vice-president of
Moreland & Co. Morrison has
been in the advertising and
sales promotion field in Detroit
for many years.
* * •
HOWARD FINSILVER, rep-
resenting the Business Men's
Assurance Co., attended the an-
nual conference of the Million
Dollar Round Table, interna-
tidnal organization of leading
life insurance salesmen, which
was held last week at the
Hawaiian Village Hotel, Wai-
kiki Beach, Honolulu. Member-
ship in the Round Table is con-
fined to salesmen who have pro-
duced at least a million dollars

DIRECTOkt

COUNTRY DAY CAMP

Since 1947

MA 6-6308 — VE 7-6701

MORT KANFER

CAMP KTON TON DAY CAMP

Designed to fit the needs of Jewish Children

r.

4-12 Years Old

C.I.T. Program 12-15 Years

Located at Beth Shalom Synagogue — Oak Park

Harry Mirvis — Directors — Ronald Balan

LI 4-2826 or DI 1-8203

MILMAC Summer Nursery

For Little Tots Ages 3-5
Beginning June 27 — State Licensed

• Morning and Afternoon Sessions
• Door to Door Transportation
• Trained Personnel
• Limited Enrollment
For Further Information, Contact

L. Millman
KE 3-7307

L. McFarland
LI 1-2428

For Boys and Girls . It's .. .

PINE CREST RANCH

MORT KANFER

PLEASANT
DAY CAMP •

MA 6-6308 — VE 7-6701

Boyi and Girls 4 thru 12

Licensed by The State of Michigan
A varied program for a healthful,
interesting and safe summer vacation.

Max Pleasant and Lew Pleasant

GR 6-0105

KE 5-1083 or LI 7-1471

THUNDERBIRD DAY CAMP

A wonderful summer for
boys and girls, ages 4 6; 7 12

-

-

Give your child the very best
in Day Camping

Directors: Mickey Stern • Arnie Fisher

For Brochure and Information

LI 5-6963

EL 6-8893

in life insurance sales in the
previous calendar year and
others who have qualified for
previous performance.
* * *
S H E R M A N HIRSCHMAN,
24725 Rensselaer, Oak Park,
has returned from military
services, and has opened offices
for the practice of law at 16251
Wyoming. Hirschman, a gradu-
ate of the Wayne State Uni-
versity law school, also is a
registered Certified Public Ac-
countant.
• * *
A meeting of the CARO
PARENTS ASSOCIATION is
planned for 8 p.m., today, in
room 810 of the Veterans Me-
morial Bldg. Plans will be made
for tours and other events to
highlight an open house pro-
gram on Sept. 9 and 10, at the
Caro State Hospital for Epilep-
tics.
* *
Benjamin Wolfson has been
named to direct
the new Europe
wide program
of recreation-
al, cultural
a n d hospital-
ity activities
for Jewish GIs
and their de-
pendents . in
Engl and,
France, Italy,
:Germany,
Greece, Spain
and Denmark,
which the Na-
tional Jewish
Welfare Board
is launching.
Wolfson is
now USO-JWB
Wolfson
worker in Naples, Italy.
* * *
STANLEY J. WINKELMAN,
senior vice president of Winkel-
man Bros. Apparel Inc., who
last week was elected president
of the Jewish Community Coun-
cil, was named executive vice-
president of Winkelman's on
Tuesday. ALBERT COHEN, the
firm's publicity director, was
elected vice president for pub-
licity.
• • *
Abba Eban, president of the
Weizmann In-
stitute of Sci-
ence, was
elected as a
foreign honor-
ary member
of the Ameri-
can Academy
of Arts and
Sciences at
the 180th an-
nual meeting
Eban
of t h e Acad-
emy in Boston. He is amongst
37 foreign members elected to
the Academy at its recent
meeting.


Two high-ranking Washing-
ton officials — Secretary of
Health, Education and Wel-
fare ARTHUR S. FLEMMING
and Dr. ABE SILVERSTEIN,
director of Space Flight Pro-
grams for the National Aeronau-
tics and Space Administration
—head a roster of seven lead-
ers in education, science and
Jewish communal life who will
receive honorary degrees at
Yeshiva University's annual
commencement exercises, June
16, in New York. The other
five are: Dr. Ewald B. Nyquist,

THE FINEST IN PRINTED
FABRIC

Deputy Commissioner of the
N.Y., State Education Depart-
ment; Gustave G. Rosenberg,
chairman of the N.Y. Board of
Higher Education, and Joseph
M. Mazer, treasurer, Hudson
Pulp and Paper Co.
* * *
Dr. ALVIN M. WEINBERG,
director of the Oak Ridge Na-
tional Laboratory in Tennessee,
will share with three other
scientists the $150,000 Atoms-
for-Peace Awards for their con-
tributions in developing atomic
power reactors.
* * *'
IVY LITVINOFF, widow of
the Soviet Foreign Minister and
a one-time USSR Ambassador
to the United •States, is visit-

ing with her relatives in Lon-
don on her first trip out of
Russia in 13 years.
• a •
ISAAC SHALOM, prominent
philanthropist and communal
leader, was honored at the
20th annual dinner of the
National Committee for Fur-
therance of Jewish Education,
Sunday, at RiVerside Plaza
Hotel, New York, as the "Out-
standing Jewish Father • of the
Decade."
• * *
The National Jewish Welfare
Board announces that MARVIN
LIEBERMAN, of Brooklyn, is
the winner of the second annual
national merit fellowship in the
field of social work.

Check the Activities You Like!

❑ Swimming

❑ Canoeing

❑ Horseback Riding

❑ Tenni-

O Field Sport-

O Arts & Crafts

❑ Archery

❑ Riflery

O Overnights

❑ Dancing

❑ Singing

❑ Dramatics

❑ Eating — Food with that "Yiddisha Tam"

We have them all under excellent supervision

in a meaningful Jewish atmosphere in

Michigan's oldest Jewish camp.

FARBAND

For Boys and Girls 5-15

2 WEEKS - - -$90.00

4 WEEKS

8 WEEKS

$200.00

.

$395.00

NAME TAPES

FOR CAMP CLOTHES

School Clothes and Institutions

$1.00 per 100

For Registration and Information

Send Check or Money. Order
Sorry, no C.O.D.'s
QUICK DELIVERY
Wholesale Accits. Welcome

CALL UN 4-0730 GR 6-0105

NAME-ON CO.

or write: 19161 SCHAEFER

6024 MARKET STREET
PHILADELPHIA 39, PA.

31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 27, 1960

Laud Gertrude Engel
for Party Planning

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