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February 03, 1961 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-03

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L'Atelier Art Gallery Frances F. Solovich, World Head of
Opens Anniversary
Bnai Brith Women, Enters Judge Race
Show February 14

The first anniversary show of -
L'Atelier art gallery, 19358
Livernois, will open 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 14.
New works of regular artist
contributors will be displayed.
They include Gene Szafran and
Led Mardirosian, instructors at
the Society of Art and Crafts
School; Alma Goetsch, assistant
professor of art at Michigan.
State University; Jafar Shoja,
Persian miniature painter now
studying in this country at Cran-
brook, sculptor Walter Chmura,
Theo Wujcik and John Kuzich.
The show will continue
through Feb. 25.

OirtA

Announcements

Lerner Is Casework Services Director
for Wayne County Juvenile Court

Frances F. Solovich, national
president of Bnai Brith Women,
who has gained world fame as a
public speaker, and who has
represented her organization in
many lands, this week an-
nounced her candidacy for

sons, Sanford Alan and David
Miles.
Mrs. Solovich attended the
University of Michigan and wa
graduated from the Uni
of Detroit Law School'
degree of LL. B. in 1933-:
As international presi
of
Bnai Brith Women, she
s tra-
veled to communities
early
and
all the states in the Urn
to foreign lands.
With her husband, she visited
Israel twice, in 1957 and again
in 1959, when she attended th
international convention of
Brith in Jerusalem.
the
She was a delegate
1960 White House Conf ence
on Children and Youth; dele-
use
gate to the 1961 White
Conference on Aging; a re
sentative to the Women
Advisory Committee on Civil
and Defense Mobilization; a
. • e for
member
a io Free
ection Tour for Lis
unich-Berlin.
She i staunch supporter of
Fed-
civil, r" is and liberti
a-
to educ tio
eral
FRANCES F. SO
prov
t
tion
Judge of Common leas Court, an
hme
id
at the Primarie to be held a
oid
Si.
rep
Feb. 20.
of
ency judgments, rev . '
Actively engag
ovide
e judicature ac
tice of law for 2
ministra-
for more
Solovich divided he
ith proper safe-
tween the law courts an
e guards for our freedoms.
numerous public services she
has rendered. Yet she never Miss Hyman, Goldstein
neglected her home, and her
most ardent admirers and most Star in Fry's Play
active supporters are her hus- at Vanguard Theater
band, Charles D. Solovich--also
Localites Elaine Hyman and
a graduate attorney—and two Harry Goldstein team up in the
Vanguard Playhouse presenta-
tion of Christopher Fry's "The 1
" this
s-
um-
sional
bia.
Miss Hyman, who
of h
e,

Jan. 25—To Dr. and Mrs. David
Sidney Levenson (Karen Nancy
Purnell) of Tulsa, Okla., a son,
Daniel Edward.
* * *
Jan. 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Furman (Sylvia Goldstick),
19312 Snowden, a son, Michael
Allan.
* * * -
Jan. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Merton Robbins (Helene Penn),
20803 Kenosha, Oak Park, a
daughter, Amy Sue.
* * *
Jan. 19—To Mr . and Mrs.
Martin Findling (Elaine Salle),
19514 Archer, a daughter,
Rhonda Dee.
* * *
Jan. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey L. Weisberg (Lucille
Birnbaum, formerly of New -Bri
Lain, Conn.) of Hartwell Ave., a
son, Barry Joel.
* * *
Jan. 16 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon B. Dukberg (Florence
Kobaker), of 19917 Greenfield,
a son, David Charles.
-
* * * •
Jan. 14— To Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert L. Goldstein (Barbara
Brown), 29570 Everett, South-
field, a daughter, Bonnie Jill.
* * *
Jan. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Lifsitz (Marilynn Fisher), 402
Nob Hill, Ann Arbor, - a son,
Frederick Allan.
*
*
*
Jan. 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Prey (Arlene Wilson), 916 Le-
Roy, Ferndale, a son, Marc.
* C •
Jan. 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Tukel (Gail Smolinsky), 1546
Glastonbury, Ann Arbor, a son,
MISS JUDITH HOENIG
David Bruce.
* * *
The engagement has been an-
To Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pfeiffer nounced of Judith Maxine Koen-
(Betty Lewis) of Moritz Ave., ig, daughter of Mrs. Anne Koen-
Oak Park, a daughter, Ilene Gail. ig of San ara Dr. and the
lat•
Koenig, to
RABBI
of Mr. and
Budapest
. and Mrs.
wden Ave.
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The Honorable James H. Lin- County, N. J.; a casework super-
coln today announced that visor with the Jewish Family
Samuel Lerner, 19345 Monica, Service of St. Paul, Minn., and,
has be
si- for the past six years, was the
art Services
director of the Battle Creek
Wayne County Ju- hild Guidance Clinic.
e Court.
In this capacity, Lerner
assified ads bring. fast results!
be responsibl
the
sional
s
dered
t.
probati
e depe gh
Paints, Supplies,
Wall Paper Fashions
neglect divisions
rt.
Rent-a-Tool Dept.
College
19146 Schaefer
ork, Lerner has had
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ining at
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his
and his
he had
h
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a
national television. Be •
n top
number of perfor
oured with
e ru e erg in "The Match-
maker". She is presently taking
the role of Joann on "Milky's
Party Time" on TV.
Goldstein, who plays a world-
weary, disillusioned soldier in
Fry's play, has had more than
23 years experience on stage,
radio and TV. He also was man-
aging director of the Actor's
Company, first classical theater
in Detroit.

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