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March 24, 1961 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-24

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People Make News

DR. MOSHE CARMILLY, pro-
fessor at Yeshiva University,
New York, has been reappointed
to the faculty of Camp-Institute
Sharon, it was announced by
Dr. Abraham G. Duker, presi-
dent of the College of Jewish
Studies in Chicago. Another -re-
appointment to the faculty is
that of MAGEN BROSHI, a
young archaeologist of note at
the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem, now visiting lecturer in
Bible at the College of Jewish
Studies.

* * *

D 0 N A L D W. "DUDEY"
MOORE, coach of LaSalle Col-
lege, has been named coach of
MARJORIE EDELBERG
the United States Maccabiah
Games Basketball Team. The
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Edelberg games, which feature competi-
of Chicago announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Marjorie, to Lt. j.g. Samuel
James Gordon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Saul E. Gordon of Prairie
Ave.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
University of Michigan, is a
Officers and members of
member of the Phi Sigma Laundry and Linen Drivers
Sorority. Her fiance is also a Local Union 285, in conjunc :
graduate of the University of tion with a group of prominent
Michigan and is a member of Detroit community leaders, will
Pi Alpha Mu, national honor honor Isaac Litwak, president
fraternity in industrial engi- of the local union, at a testi-
neering. He is currently attend- monial dinner,- May 6, in the
ing submarine school at United main banquet
States Naval Submarine Base, room of Cobo:4,;
New London, Conn.
Hall.
The wedding is to take place
T he event
June 25 in Chicago.
Will mark
Litwak's com-
Shirley - Zaft, Chamber
pletion of 35
years of serv-
Music Ensemble to
ice . to the
Perform in Raven Series
American
Soprano Shirley Zaft will be trade union
guest artist at the chamber movement and
Litwa
music concert in the Raven Art the Dvtroit community
arge.
Gallery Music Series, 8:30 p.m.
Stated Ar thur
g, vice-
Monday.
president of the
on: "Some
Miss Zaft has appeared with years ago, Isa
Litwak ar-
the Detroit Symphony' Orches- ranged for the rganized
tra, the Detroit Opera Theater ticipation by
e membershi
and in recital an
of Local 28 in the Uni ed
ense
The ch
Foundation, t
Allied Je •
phony
Detroi
comp os
paign, th Israel Histadrut
musi • s Irvin Gi an, flute; C.. paign an others. - To my
Sist, violin; Emile Sim- kn ledge this the only local
Cla
viola; a William Or- inn
0
in the c
ry that ex-
, cello.
es a member -
he p
' as each year."
rks by
unds derived from this din-
nyi, C
er will go toward the estab-
s are a
lishment of the Isaac Litwak
Youth and Recreation Center in
ts!. the -historic city of Acre, Israel.
Senator Patrick V. McNamara
will serve as honorary chair-
man of the event. Mayor Louis
C. Miriani will be -toastmaster.
Officers in charge of arrange-
ments are James- R: Hoffa and
Robert Holmes, Co-Chairmen;
Arthur King, treasurer.
- The sponsors committee,
made up of representatives of
labor, management, civic and
Jewish community leaders in-
clude Milton Atlas, Henry Aus-
lander, Hon. Victor J. Baum,
Louis Berry, Owen B. Brennen,
Irhng Bronson, Irwin I. Cohen,
James I. Ellmann, Frank E.
Fitzsimmons, Mario A. Fucinari,
Joseph Holtzman, Charles
Humphrey, John Isaacs, Frank
isbey, Hon. Nathan J. Kaufman,
Charles Lapides, Jack O. Lefton,
Rabbi MoseS Lehrman, Marion
Stevie SUgerman says:
Macioce, Tom McNamara, Hon.
Have you Heard?
Louis C. Miriani, James : Mon-
tante, Harold Nelson, David Ro-
sen, Albert Shapiro, Morris
Spitzer, Lawrence N. Steinberg
and Myra Wolfgang.
King advises that attendance
at the dinner. will be by $50
per .cover -contribution: For res-
on 13 Mile Road with
ervations, call King, WO 3-1056.

Testimonial Is
Planned to Fete
Isaac Litwak

THUNDERBIRD Has
Gone COUNTRY -
DAY CAMPING!

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3 Bldgs. — Swimming

* Horseback Riding
* Hot Lunches * Overnights
,THUNDERBIRD DAY CAMP
4 = Call for Brochure

Mickey Stern - Arnie Fisher

GR 4-7609 -

Life Insurance Company, Co-
lumbus, 0., topped More than
1400 agents to lead the Com-
pany in life sales for February.
The Hordes Agency was eighth
in Life and ninth in total in-
surance sales among the corn-
y's - 75 agencies for the
th.

Leukemia, which is an uncur-
able cancer of the blood-form-
ing tissues, will take the lives of
some 13,000 persons in the
United States this year and a
fifth of them will be children
under the age of 15. The Ameri-
can Cancer Society is currently
allocating some $1,500,000 to
leukemia — related research.

tion in 14 different sports, will his seventies and is W11111.-
be held in Tel Aviv, Israel, I Israel as "Gras
Aug. 29 through Sept. 5. The I will be sh
the first
ed States this month,
United States is defending bas-
beg' g on Monday and con-
ketball champion.
* * *
Want The Best?
ti ng through April:27, in the
Prof. ALBERT SASSON, a
rlebach Art
1
790
the Folks Who've Had
Jewish member of the science
adison, New
AM BARNETT
faculty at Rabat Universit
and His Orchestra
Casablanca, has been invited
IRVING
R , of •
the United States by the Unit
chester, N. Y., has been
I 1-2563
States Government along wi
chairman for e U •
tates
a Moslem faculty member, Pr
of
isory
fessor Mohammed Aziz Lahbabi.
sh
World
Prof. Sasson is one of the youn
Con ess.
g PLASTIC FURNITURE
est members of the facult
COVERS
the university.
MADE TO ORDER
Rabbi --
* * *
-;..
or READY MADE
of
SANDY WEINSTEIN 1958 PLAUT,
W
Island,
'...4,. CALL ANNA KARBAL
graduate of Mumf o High grimage
Israe from
9 - , . - $.
LI 2-0874
School, is in Princet , N.J. to Aug. 7. Mrs. Plaut
.
the Y
.....Kecx.4amtc.:+7.::i:..1:+04•S721.
this weekend with Wa
State former Hadassah Ya •
of De-
University's fencing to
com- troit.
peting in the National
legi-
ate. Athletic Association fe
ERTZ
championships a t Princeto
and his
umni
University. Weinstein, a 20-
KEY-NOTES
Col-
ol-
old junior in Liberal Ar
elig-
epee
lege, will fence in t
"Music As You Like ft"
division although he
mpeted
EXCLUSIVE FREE OFFER
in the foil all seas
During
For Information Call
f the
the regular season
einstein
present-
won 31 foil bouts a
lost only Hordes Agency,• loca
LI 7-0896
us Mutual
five. He was one o the main ative for the ; Co
reasons Wayne Stat
fencing
ith a
team went undefeate
record of 14 victories a
losses. Weinstein is the son of
THE HAND THAT'S NEVER LOST ITS SKILL
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weinstein,
18085 Ilene.

L

Sheldon Rott

eirj

M 0 RT 0 N FREEDLANDER,
19759 Ward, has been appointed
'to represent Harold S. Norman
and Associates, Inc., insurance
consultants a n d underwriters
with off • 1712 Guardian
he father
.
arried a
a
of two childre
e Unive .ity o
graduate
and Wayne State Uni-
Mont
is former credit man-
ver
ager of Davidson Bros. and
a member.
ose,
rit
d Childre

ER,
Rabbi LAWRENCE
e Creek,
of Temple Beth El
ewish Chau-
represented
ety as lecturer at
tau u
College, Olivet, Mich.
Wednesday. He _participated in
the Religious Emphasis Week
program and spoke on the sub-
ject "Religion and Reality."
* * *
The works of SHALOM MOS-
KOWITZ, a primitive artist who
began painting when he was in

the boy bein
Mihvah

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o•le call it

BUFFET

e gluttons co
care less
Sunday at
Sheraton
adi , fo ance. From 4 until 10
the lobby-
level Town Room is filled with
ar fatties and
ambitious thinnies. Motto?
er Fidelis and eat .
hearty. And so they d
gorgeous buffet table
crammed wi
mg food. Roast
en, Shrimp—eat your fill for
only $3.45. Stay for the full 6 hours and
eat a meal an hour. Still only $3.45. So
hire a baby-sitter!- Spend Sunday evening among
epicurean friends at the Town Room of the
Sheraton Cadillac—Detroit's most pretentious hotel.

.

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27 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS —+ Friday, March 24, 1961

Edelberg-Gordon
Engagement Told



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