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June 02, 1961 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-02

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77.60

MUMFORD

Town and Country Club to Raise
Curtain on 'First Time Around'

SHORE MARV OWEN

1DWAY FLORIST

Some 100 members of the ;Atkins, Shirley Goldstrom, Mae no
FLOWERS
Town and Country Club will Goodman, Huddy Arons, Lil
FOR EVERY AND
make up the cast of a musical Rosenberg, Mildred Bloomberg,
ALL OCCASIONS
"First Time Around" to be pre- j Molly Stross, Rose Marie Siegel
18305
Wyoming
sented for members and their i Eileen Nestor, Marion Kapla
el
guests Saturday and Sunday at ;Millie Moss, Hilda Lezell, Elean
r. and
DI 1-1683
Meyers, Jerry Sakwa, Joy
. The couple
the clubhouse.
ecently from a motor
The production was written Feurring, Lee Miller, Paul
Classified ads bring fast results
by Mrs. Robert Lewiston and I Bookstein, Mary Freedland and trip in the east.
Mrs. Gerald Mosher, who also 'Judy Eder.
Wardrobe • chairman Ann
directs the show. Jean Bortz is
By SUE KOBEL
choreographer. Original mu- !Shultz is assisted by Sarah
Seniors who have been elected sical arrangements are by Ray 'Fisher, Ruth Sosin, Rhea Klein,
to Quill:'; and Scroll, an inter- Taylor. Mrs. Max Shultz is Dorothy Klein. Dorothy Selik.
Adele Fuerst, Toby Grant and
national journalism fraternity, chairman of wardrobe.
are being honored today at a tea
The cast includes William Betty Weiner.
in the - school library. Sheila Marcus, Bob Selik, Manny
Irving Feldman
Fishman, .Frances Frumin, Ann man, Irving Rollinger, H
rles Salinsky,
ssisted by
Jacohbwitz, 'Susan Kobel, Frank Jack Freedland, Stan
Sol Atkins and H ry Miller.
us help you plan your
Lipson, Barbara Michals and Moss, Merrill Gordo
For informati , call Mrs.
Barbara Quint received awards tor, Ed Sehneid
Mitzvah Rece•tion - Dinne
Lewiston at UN 4246, or WO
for their work on the newspaper, berger, Mor
-123 A dress ehearsal will
be confi
The.Mercury, while Judy Cohen, Eder, Sa
today at the
be d 8 p.
Jan Friedman, Sharon Gorelick, Jerry:,
u o
eo Weiner, S
Marjorie Miller, Judy Stamell Karp, Harry osins, Sol Kap
4111 .r of -1/F,
and Michael Stulberg received. Irving Feld n, Dr. Herman
For the cony
ence of
o
guests,
also have
honOrs for work on the yearbook, nett, Max
in, George Shlain,
available co
rtoble
rooms or suites . .
their dining
The Capri. Membership in the Ruth Fee
eggy Miller, Hannah
P SHADES
eautiful apphire Dining
pleasure, ou
. and ample
fraternity is based on academic Honeyma
Ann Goodman, Lil
connecting
derground parking.
by IDA ROSE
achievement and school recom
Please cal
atering manager, Mr. Alexander,
mendation, as well as journalistic
wh•
dly make an appointment with you
Formerly Ida's of Grand Ave.
w you our fine facilities.
endeavors.
Phone TR 5-9500
June 18 is the day set for the
• Shades - Custom Made
High School Senior Institute
• Repaired
sponsored by the Jewish Com-
• _Relined • - Recovered
munity Cduncil. The student co-
ordinating committee for the
PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
event has held several meetings,
WOODWARD AT EAST KIRBY
and planned an - interesting and
LI 3-2738 UN 1-0487
WILLIAM L. STODGHILL General Manager
informative afternoon. The In-
stitute is designed to acquaint
with the religious facilities avail,
able at colleges, -in the com-
munity, and in the armed serv,
ices, Gordon Silverman, of. Cass
Tech, is chairman, Allan Gould,
CALL US -- We Come To Your Home with Samples
of Mumford, vice-chairman, and
Naney -Stein, Royal Oak Don-
dere, secretary. Interested elev-
enth graders are also invited to
attend.
"Music for Spring" will be
presented at 8 p.m. today
in the Mumford auditorium. It
,feature the outstandin,g,
talent of the Mumford music de-
partment. Tickets may be pur-
chased at the door.
Culminating the year's speech
activities, the annual speech ban-
LOU ALPINER -
MAX SCHRUT
quet will be held next Friday
DR. JUDAH L. SHAPIRO
evening at the Furniture Club of
KE 2-7915
UN 4-6845
Detroit. Dr. Audley Grossman, of
Dr. Judah L. Shapiro, secre-
the Wayne State University tary of the National Foundation
Drama Department, will be the for Jewish Culture, will ad-
guest speaker. Included in the dress the 41st annual meeting
festivities is the presentation of of the United Hebrew Schools,
speech awards, as well as a musi- 8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the
cal skit. Tickets for the dinner auditorium of the Esther Ber-
may be purchased from Drama man Building, 18977 Schaefer.
Club or Radio Broadcasters' He • will discuss "The End of
Guild members.
Jewish Education in America."
Mandell L: Berman, president
Exodus Sailor to Speak of the . United Hebrew Schools,
will deliver his annual report.
at Meeting of ZOD
The educational report will
The annual meeting of the be given by Albert Elazar, the
JACK MEWTON
Zionist Organization of Detroit schobls' superintendent.
BR 2-2530
will be held 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
Election of officers and mem-
day at the Jewish. Community bers of the board of directors
Center, Curtis and .Meyers Rds. will take place.
The election of officers and
A reception tendered by. the
board of directors will be held, Women's Auxiliary of the
and annual re be pre- United Hebrew Schools will fol-
sented.
low the meeting. The public is
2528 W. GRAND BLVD.
G.
an, pees invited.
Judge
dent,
guest speaker
will
y Weinsaft, a for-
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mecr
member of the hi
to
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