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July 08, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-08

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• • •
Arctivities

LOUIS STONE CHAPTER,
will sponsor a kick-off fund
raising luncheon at the home
of Mrs. Julius Asner, 19169
Lauder, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Mrs. Harry Bodzin will be
guest speaker. Caricatures will
be made by Sam Fields of all
women attending.

MRS. ROBERT JOSEFSBERG

Marlene Jean Danto recently
became the bride of Robert
Charles Josefsberg in the Wayne
Room of the Statler Hotel.
They are the children of Mr.
and Mrs. Isadore Danto of Oak
Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. Irving
D. Josefsberg of Brooklyn, N.Y.
The bride wore an original
gown of white Italian silk peau
de sole, princess line bodice
and sweetheart neckline appli-
qued in heirloom duchess lace.
A panel of the duchess lace in
tiny seed pearls over u bouffant
skirt with a double shirred
ruffle of the peau de soie ex-
tended into a cathedral train.
She wore a tiara of tiny seed
pearls and motifs of matching
lace on a two-tiered, fingertip
veil of white silk illusion. Her
bouquet was an arrangement of
stephanotis and white spray
orchids with white orchid cor-
sage.
Mrs. Daniel Pearson of
Miami, Fla., sister of the bride,
served as matron of honor. The
bridesmaids were Mrs. Jack
Kasten, sister of the bride-
groom; Deanna D u n s k y and
Myra Cohen. The flower girl
was Elizabeth Sue Pearson of
Miami. Fla-., niece of the bride.
Best man was the father of
the bridegroom. The ushers in-
cluded Jack Kasten, Warren
Gewant, Elio Betty, Jack Bern-
stein, Kenneth Besterman and
Jerry Kauff, all of Brooklyn,
N.Y.; Daniel Pearson of Miami,
Fla.; William Mandelbaum and
Stuart Josefsberg, both of Long
Island, N.Y., and Sheldon Bar-
dach of Beverly Hills, Calif.
The bride attended Skidmore
College and was graduated from
the University of Michigan. The
bridegroom is an alumnus of
Dartmouth Coll;ge and is cur-
rently enrolled in Yale Uni-
versity Law School.
The couple departed for an
extended honeymoon in the
Caribbean Islands. They will
reside in New Haven, Conn.

Israel Theaters Feature
International Repertory

During the recent theatrical
season, Israel's three leading
legitimate theater groups, Habi-
mah, Ohel and Kameri, featured
productions of international
scope.
Among the productions were
Eugene O'Neill's "Touch of the
Poet," (American); John Os-
borne's "Look Back in Anger,"
(English); Alexandro Cassona's
"The Trees Die Standing,"
(Spanish); Anton Chekhov's
"Uncle Vanya," (Russian );
George Feydeau and Maurice
Devallieres' "Hotel Paradiso,"
(French), and Hendrik Ibsen's
"A Doll's House," (Norwegian).
Hebrew Playwrights' produc-
tions included Har Even's
"Samson," Nissim Alloni's "The
King's New Clothes," and Yigal
Mossinson's "The Black Sab-
bath." Israel's theaters are con-
stantly working with plays
from abroad, according to the
Israel Government Tourist Of-
fice.

At a recent dinner-dance, the
following men were installed
as officers in -the HENRY
MORGENTHAU BOWLING
LEAGUE: Ray Abrams, presi-
dent; Gerald Gorzeck, Fred
Linden and Alan Nathan, vice-
preside•ts; Leonard Horwitz,
Al Burstein and Nate Kristall,
secretaries; Ben Mostyn, Dave
Rosenthal and Harold Green-
blatt, treasurers; and Al
Krochmal, Ted Heideman, Mor-
ris Beresh, Myron Milgrom,
Iry Caplan and Leslie Kay,
board members. Morgenthau
League, with 48 teams, is the
largest bowling leagu• in the
city and has three divisions
bowling at Rolawile at 9:30
p.m. Tuesday and 7:30 p.m.
Thursday and at Oak Lanes at
7 p.m. Thursday. Any men
who may be interested can con-
tact Ray Abrams, DI. 1-1922.
There are just a few vacancies
for regular bowlers.
*

YUSTER -ROSENBERG
LODGE and CHAPTER will
hold their annual picnic at
Kensington Park beginning at
10 a.m., Sunday. Members
and prospective members are
invited. A slight admission
charge will cover refreshments,
and all are asked to bring
lunch. For infonn•tion call
Maurice A. Betman, LI 8-1648,
* * *
.
YUSTER ROSE N'B E R G
CHAPTER and LODGE will
sponsor their summer picnic,
beginning at 10 a.m., Sunday,
at Kensington Park. A day of
games and prizes will be offered
to friends and families of mem-
bers, and children will be 'ad-
mitted free. Everyone is asked
to bring his own lunch, and
cold drinks will be provided.
Signs will be placed on the
road leading to the picnic site.

DISTRICT GRAND LODGE
has awarded to Sol Steinberg,
of PISGAH LODGE, the James
M. Steinman Award for his out-
standing work on the Service
Committee to Armed Forces
and Veterans. Also, the Pisgah
Lodge Broadcaster, edited by
Alfred Bounin, was cited as out-
standing Bnai Brith bulletin.

*

*

IVAN S. BLOCH CHAPTER
is planning a gala fund raising
Carnival at 8:30 p.m. Thursday,
at the home of Mrs. S. Tencer,
14440 W. Nine Mile Rd., Oak
Park. President Mrs. D. Taub
and program chairman, Mrs. J.
Sigman, will welcome guest
speaker Mrs. B. Bliefield. Mem-
bers, guests and friends are in-
vited to attend. Refreshments
will be served.

Sid Shmarak's

Business Briefs

For a limited time only,
ALANCO CHROME C H A I R,
Inc., located at 19701 W. 8 Mile
Rd., 2 blocks east of Evergreen,
is offering from 15% to 50%
off on their dinette sets. They
carry a selection of over 50 dif-
ferently styled sets, including
such nationally advertised
brands as: Daystrome, Virtue,
Holabird and others, from Early
Modern to Danish Modern; in
bronzetone, black and chrome,
as well as a complete selection
of elegant wrought iron dinette
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Piamans Celebrate
50 Year Marriage

Detroiter Named District Head
at Bnai Brith Co nvention

Detroiters played an impor-
tant role at the recent 28th an-
nual convention of Bnai Brith
Women District No. 6, which
saw the election of Mrs. Morris
Tack as district president.
Also named to office were
Mrs. A. E. Lakin, third vice
president; and Mrs. Philip
Fealk, guide.
Theme of the convention held
at Omaha, Neb., was "Building
Bridges of Service Through
Communication."
Mrs. Tack, a teacher for nine
years in the Detroit public
schools, has long been connected
THE HARRY PICKMANS
with Bnai Brith activities.
She is a member of the ex-
Former Detroiters Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Pickman, of Miami ecutive hoard of the Michigan
Beach, Fla., celebrated their Commission on Civil Rights, the
50th anniversary with their
children Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wein-
stein, of 18085 Ilene, and their
sister Mrs. Oscar Belinsky, of
Los Angeles. The Pickmans
lived in Detroit for 43 years.

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Young Israel Plans
Modern Ritualarium

A special meeting to discuss
plans for the esta:_lishment of
a community ritualarium will
be held 10:30 a.m. Sunday at
Young Israel, 15140 W. Ten
Mile Rd.
The public is invited to at-
tend.
Guest speaker will be Irving
M. Bunin, nationally prominent
Young Israel leader of New
York.

Waiting for something to
break is a good way to go broke.

LI•2-0874

Brandeis University Presents
$10,000 in Football Equipment
to Waltham High School Team

Waltham, Mass., High School
will have one of the best
equipped football squads in the
nation next season. The high
school gridders have inherited
the entire football apparatus of
Brandeis University, a gift of
the university to the city in
which it is located.
Brandeis dropped football
this year on a unanimous vote
of its board of trustees after
pursuing the intercollegiate
sport on freshman and varsity
levels for 12 seasons. The
Judges were coached by former
Michigan All America star
Benny Friedman, who led the
Brandeis contingent to a win-
ning record over that period
although football fortunes at
Brandeis were at a low ebb
during the last two seasons.
The gift to the high school
team is valued at more than
$10,000, including more than
$2,600 in new equipment pur-
chased for the 1960 season.
Enough new and serviceable
equipment is included to field
a completely outfitted team of
more than 40 players.

Human Relations Committee
with Council of Church Women
and Archdiocese of Catholic
Women, the Women's Recruit-
ment Corps and the Speakers
Bureau of United Foundations.
Mrs. Charles D. Solovich, also
of Detroit and national presi-
dent of Bnai Brith Women, pre-
sided at the installation.

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21 - THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, July 8, 1960

Marlene Danto Weds
Robert. C. josefsbeig

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