THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, August 12, 1960- 1 0
Dr. Fram, Rosenbaum Girl from Savannah ZOD Committee Fete Jacob Brodys
Fill High AJC Posts
Chairmen Named on 'Golden Fiftieth'
Dr. Leon Fram, spiritual to _Marry Detroiter
Judge Ira G. Kaufman, presi-
leader of Temple Beth El, and
dent of the Zionist Organization
Frank Rosenbaum were recent-
of Detroit, has appointed the fol-
ly elected to top national of-
lowing committee chairmen:
fices of the American Jewish
Balfour Concert, Sherman Sha-
Congress. Members of Stephen
piro; house, M. Ben Lewis; mem-
S. Wise Chapter, Rabbi Fram
bership, Dr. Bernard Weston;
was named national vice-presi-
programming, Mrs. Ira G. Kauf-
dent and Rosenbaum a memocr
man and Mrs. Sherman Shapiro;
of the national governing board
budget, Dr. Sanford Bennett; pub-
at the AJC Convention held
licity, Mrs. I. Walter Silver; bul-
recently in New York.
letin, Mrs. Samuel Gold and Miss
Officers of Wise Chapter for
Selma Korn; by-laws, Sol E. Gold-
the coming term also are an-
berg; hospitality, Mrs. Sanford
nounced. They are D a v i d
Bennett and Mrs. Alex Fried-
Goldberg, president; Sadie Ka-
laender; telephone squad, Mrs.
minski, vice - president a n d
Sol Lifsitz and Mrs. M. Ben
financial secretary; Joyce Ro-
Lewis; Detroit-Israel Investment
senbaum, treasurer; Bella Gold-
Club, Dr. I. Walter Silver.
berg, recording secretary; and
The national convention of the
Frank Rosenbaum, Esther Ab-
Zionist Organization of America
rams and Arthur Abrams, chair-
will take place Aug. 25-28 at the
men of standing committees MISS PATRICIA NICHOLSON Statler Hilton Hotel in New
and members of the executive
At a recent family dinner, York. Delegates planning to at-
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nicholson, tend are Leon Kay, M. Ben Lewis,
of Savannah, Ga., announced Dr. Bernard Weston, Morris Ja-
Bnai Israel Torah
the engagement of their daugh- cobs, Dr. Ted Winshall, Leonard
ter, Patricia, to Irving Shanbom, Radner. Any member interested
Center Offers `Fiorelli' son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel in attending the convention should
call the Zionist office, 10424 W.
Theater Fund-Raising Shanbom, of Pennington Dr.
McNichols, DI 1-8540.
"Fiorelli," winner of three
major theatrical awards, will of Armstrong College of Savan-
be offered at P.T.A.-sponsored nah and the Providence Hospi- Bnai Brith Women
theater night, Aug. 30, as part tal School of Medical Technol- Select Committees
of a gigantic fund-raising pro- ogy.
Mrs. Sidney Eidelman, presi-
Mr. Shanbom is a graduate of
gram now in progress for Bnai
of the Metropolitan Detroit
the Wayne State College of
Israel Torah Center.
Bnai Brith Women's Council,
Presently conducting after- Pharmacy.
announces the following ap-
noon Hebrew Classes at 13855
pointments of chairmen for
W. Nine Mile, the Torah Center Board of Education
plans erection of an ultra mod-
Mesdames Charles Solovich, Leon-
ard Sims, Gerald Gorman, Robert
ern six-classroom building and Promotes Dombey,
Jack Hartstein, Samuel
sanctuary in the Ten M i 1 e-
Aaron, Lewis Manning, Morris Tack,
Samuel Gutterman, Samuel Gold,
Greenfield area, according to Local Photographer
Alfred Lakin, Henry Onrich, Philip
Rabbi Israel F 1 a m, director
The Detroit Board of Educa- Fealk, Bernard Bliefield, David
of the school and the syna- tion approved the promotion of Grosberg and Philip Edelheit com-
the Advisory Committee.
gogue's spiritual leader. All Dave Dombey to the level of prise
A.D.L., Jack Sayles, Ben Dorf,
proceeds from the theater party junior administrative assistant Mildred Fogel and Maynard Kalef;
B.B.Y.O., David Levine; Blood Bank,
will go into the school's expan- in the youth
Fred Weinstein, Daniel Menkin, N.
Plotnick, Manuel Franklin, Stanley
Yates and Jack Schwartz; Bowling,
Staged at the Riviera Theater placement de-
(Miss) Audrey Balles; Budget, Ber-
in Detroit, reservations for the
nard Bliefield; Cancer Clinic Serv-
Gordon Fruitman and Lewis
Aug. 30 theater party may be
I Bardos; Civil D e f e n s e and U.S.
made immediately by contact- well known in
1 Bonds, Philip Mittleman; Community
Service, Charles Galinsky and Ar-
ing Helen Sherman at LI 8-0621, local circles
thur Siegel; Date Clearance, Joseph
or Mrs. Louis Fein at LI 1-6731. for his photo-
Radkin; Dolls for Democracy, Mor-
ris Pleason; Fund Raising, Harry
Bodzin; Hillel, David Howell; Israel
Program, Al Stein; Jewish Affairs,
Alan Nathan, Alex Mann and Louis
Ellman; Jewish Community Council
Delegate, Philip Fealk; Laws, Henry
P. Onrich; Master File, Sidney Dia-
"FIORELLO!," the Jerome and is a mem-
Mimeograph, Charles Blauer;
Weidman-George Abbott smash
Membership, Hy Burnstein, Max
James Kraft and Albert
musical comedy which won the
Lee; Membership Retention, Leon
Pulitzer Prize, New York Drama sional Photographers Guild.
Dreylinger, Emil Phillips and Henry
In his work for the public Klego n; Nominating Committee,
Critics Circle, and Antoinette
Phillip Edellieit; Henry Monsky,
Perry awards, opens at the schools, Dombey is in charge Four Freedoms Library, Philanthro-
and Tributes, Sanford Baron;
Riviera Theater for a two-week of the North District Placement pies
Northville Hospital, Jack Friedman
engagement on Tuesday, Aug. office, one of three branch and Al Urnovitz; Pontiac Hospital,
Smith and (Miss) Elsie Rodd;
23, through Sunday, Sept. 4. offices established recently in Irving
Program, Sanford Rosenthal; Pub-
Second musical comedy in his- a move toward decentraliza- licity, George Karabenick and Sam
tory to win the theater's triple tion of the central youth place- Linde; Sunshine, Albert Cooper;
Norman Gitler and Leonard
crown, "Fiorello!" revolves ment off ice in the Phillips U.S.O.,
Weisberg; Veterans, Jack Hornfield
around the early years of the Bldg. He interviews students and Jack Brickner; Vocational Serv-
and Geriatrics, (Miss) Rosalind
legendary Fiorello H. La- and graduates interested in ice
Altman; Ways and Means, Irving
Guardia, called by many New both full and part-time employ- Isaacs.
York's ablest and most colorful ment and assists them in enter-
ing the labor market.
Dombey invites calls from
Opportunities travel a one employers seeking any kind of
way street — once missed they help — from baby sitters to
stenographers, from carry-out
never come back.
boys to gas station attendants.
He can be reached by calling
TO 8-9292 any weekday between
8:15 a.m. and 4 p.m.
... isn't it
CARPET CLEANING CO.
ODNERT - BUCHALTER. A
honeymoon in Europe followed
the Aug. 7 marriage of Sheila
Ilene Buchalter to Alan Nor-
man Odnert. The newlyweds
are the children of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Buchalter, 18706 Hubbell,
and Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Od-
nert, 15476 Steel. Upon their
return, the couple will resume
their studies at Wayne State
* * *
Carol Calfin became the bride
of Maurice Belkin on July 3
in a ceremony performed at
the Rainbow Terrace. The
couple has returned from their
honeymoon and will reside in
Des Moines, Iowa, while he
completes his studies at the
College of Osteopathic Medicine
Memebrs of the Junior Con-
gregation of Young Israel of
Oak-Woods conducted Sabbath
services last week. Paul Weisen-
feld delivered the sermon.
Others to participate were
Larry Lowenthal, Edward Kap-
lan, Melvin Goldman, Raymond
Simon, Tzvi Martin, Jacob Sim-
kovitz and Tommy Hershkovitz.
The Junior Congregation meets
at 9:30 a.m. each Saturday.
Young Israel Sisterhood
Sells New Years Cards
The Sisterhood of Young Is-
rael Center of Oak-Woods is in
the midst of their annual proj-
ect of selling personalized New
The profit derived from the
sale of these cards help the Sis-
terhood carry on many activi-
ties benefiting the He b r e w
School and Synagogue. Contact
Alice Mandelbaum, chairman,
LI 7-4408, or Minnie Schiffman,
Classified ads bring fast results! LI 6-6105 for cards.
JEROME B. GOLDE N, of
26453 Rensselar, Oak Park, local
representative of the Metropoli-
tan Life Insurance Co., returned
from New York where he par-
ticipated in an advanced train-
ing course relating to estate
planning and business life in-
Perfect Affair .
and His Orchestra
Refinishing & Repairing
MR. AND MRS. BRODY
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brody,
19496 Freeland, celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary re-
cently with a dinner in their
honor given by their children,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kirschner,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brody
and Sarah Brody.
The couple was married July
17, 1910 in Detroit.
Both born in Russia, Mrs.
Brody came here in 1907 and
he in 1905. They have four
Mrs. Brody is active in Pio-
neer Women, while her husband
is active in Histadrut. Both are
members of the Lachovitzer
7579 W. McNICHOLS
UN 4-8440 UN 2-7949
And His Orchestra
is a real treat!
• Visit Our Kew
Lounge and Bar
Snacks . . . a
Resv. UN. 2-7642
Quality & Service
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
Member Northwest Professional Photographers Guild
BNAI ISRAEL TORAH CENTER
(Affiliated with Yeshiva Beth Yehudah)
Announces that Hebrew School Registrations for
Beginners and Advanced Students Are Now
Transportation from Public Schools and to home.
The following schools in Oak Park, Southfield and
Detroit are serviced by Torah Center:
Best, Bow, Clinton, Dewey, Einstein, Key, Lederle,
McKinley, Pepper, Roosevelt, Vandenberg.
FOR REGISTRATION & INFORMATION:
LI 8-3554 or LI 8-8020
We Are Pleased to Announce
( Formerly of Schaefer Hwy.)
Is Now Our Associated Partner
LOUIS COHEN & SON
Finest Quality Kosher Meat 6 Poultry
12939 W. 7 MILE at SORRENTO
Next Door to Zeman's New York Bakery
WE DELIVER — PHONE DI 1-1607
Louis Cohen • Allan Cohen
Fresh Fish Daily by Nadis also available.
Fish skinned, boned and ground free of charge.