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June 23, 1961 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-23

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Safran to Head
Tour of Israel

Tourism in Israel
Increased in Winter

fare • Federation on the- occasion
than 60,000 tourists visited
of its annual meeting.
Israel during the first five
months of this year, represent-
Zivian said the fund will en-
ing a 20 percent increase over
compass the broad concept of
the number of visitors during
community as Mrs. Ehrlich un-
the same period last year,
derstands it and lives it. It is to
according to figures released
be available primarily for re-
search, experimentation a n d
demonstration projects in the
Foreign currency income
fields of formal and informal
during the first quarter totaled
Jewish education for children
$6,500,000, compared with $4,-
and adults, American-Jewish cul-
500,000 in the same period last
ture, care of refugee children,
year. Tourism figures for the
and health services.
past winter showed a 50 per-
cent increase over the previous
Use of the funds in these fields
winter, as a result of a success-
will be in the framework of
ful drive to encourage tourism
strengthening an.d enriching the
during the usually slack season.
programs and services of the or-
ganized Jewish community of
The financial resources of the
Hyman- Safran, vice-president
Fund are to be used as one-time
grants to help initiate new pro- of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
grams and stimulate interest in tion and a Pre-Campaign Cabi-
r I VO
their continuation. In addition to net member of the 1961 Allied
KE -8-1291
grants the Fund will also make Jewish Campaign, will be chair-
loans intended to serve its gen- man of the Detroit Service
eral purpose.
Group 1961 Israel Survey Tour.
The tour . will leave Detroit
The Fund has been established
initially from, contributions made for Israel Sept. 21. Safran is a
by individuals, corporations and vice-president of the Jewish
foundations in honor of Mrs. Community Council, director of
Sinai Hospital, a director of the
Printing Industry of America,
The Fund will be a participant and past president of Cong.
in the investment portfolio of Shaarey Zedek. The 11-day
The Bes
the UJC. Both the income and the study tour is for leaders and
Cost No More"
principle will be available for key workers in the Allied Jew-
LI 8-2266
LI 8-1116
ish Campaign.
The Fund is to be administered
by the UJC. Expenditures, within
the established -limits, are to be
authorized by a committee of
eight trustees including: Mrs.
Ehrlich, Zivian, Max M. Fisher,
president of the Jewish Welfare
Federation; Judge Theodore Le-
vin, Federation Executive Com-
mittee chairman; Erwin S. Simon,
vice president of the UJC; Isi-
e confi
at our well trained
dore Sobeloff, Federation execu-
ff will pu forth every effort
oke this memorable occasion
tive vice president. The remaining
a very happy one.
members will be appointed by
For the convenie ce of your out-of-town guests, we also have
available comfortable airy rooms or suites . for their dining
The activities of the Fund will
pleasure, our beautiful Sapphire Dining Room . . and ample
be reported annually to the mem-
connecting underground parking.
bership of the UJC and to the
Please call our catering manager, Mr. Alexander,
who will gladly make an appointment with you

Max J. Zivian, president, an-
nounces that the board of direc-
tors of the United Jewish
Charities h a s
established the
Dora Ehrlich
Fund in honor
of the 8 0 th
birthday of
Mrs. Joseph H.
Ehrlich "as a
continuing ex-
pression of the
love and esteem of the entire
Jewish community."
M r s. Ehrlich observed h e r
birthday on Feb. 1 and was the
guest of honor at a community
dinner given by the Jewish Wel-


Judith Miriam Bizer became
the bride of Dr. Burton S. Still-
man at a candlelight ceremony Stanley Steamer Baths
June 15 at Temple Israel.
Health ClUb Comes
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. A. Victor Bizer of to Oak Park Sept. 1
Woodingham Dr. and Dr. and
A luxurious, $100,000 steam
Mrs. Louis Stillman of Roslyn bath and health club is sched-
uled to open in Oak Park Sept. 1.
Construction began last week
The bride wore a white silk
organza gown appliqued with on - the semi - private Stanley
Alencon lace. Her fingertip veil Steamer, 13425 Capitol, east of
was held by a crown of the Coolidge.
same lace.
The new facility will include
Rita Stillman was maid of 16 individual private steam
honor. Bridesmaids were Mar- baths, each with its own shower
garet Auslander, Sharon Tyner, and dressing room. The steam
Mrs. Donald Stillman, Mrs. will come from water thrown on
Lawrence Coggan, Mrs. Frank- hot mineral rocks, as in Finnish
lin Sidlow and Susan Smith. saunas.
Donald Stillmaii" weds his broth-
The health club, which will
er's best man. Ushers included take
up the rear portion of the
E. Barry Stulberg, Robert Segar, 4,300 square-foot building, will
Bernard Brodsky, Dr. Lawrence have a large hot-rock steam room
Bizer, Joel Stillman and Henry accommodating 15. In addition,
the health club is to have a mas-
The newlyweds departed for sage room, solarium, exercise
a JamaiCa honeymoon:.
room, lounge and TV room and
a snack bar. There will also be
Brookline Teachers
shower and locker rooms.
College Breaks Ground The private steam baths are
designed to be used by either
for $500,000 Addition sex at any time. The health club
BROOKLINE, Mass., (JTA) facilities will be set aside for
•—The Hebrew Teachers Col- women on week-days and for
lege broke ground here for a men evenings and all day on
new $500,000 addition to its weekends. Hair dryers will be
present building, at special available to women without Herschel Leib Summer
exercises following the institu- charge.
Concerts Begin Monday
tion's 32nd commencement.
Hours of the new establish-
The Herschel Leib Summer
Participants in the ground_ ment are scheduled to be from
Band announces its pro-
breaking ceremonies were
noon to midnight all seven . days.
Judah Goldin, of Yal&- UniNN-e-- There will be ample free parking. gram for the 1961 season, to
begin Monday. r
sity; Abraham Goodman, 'chair-
A schedule of rates is being
These c on -
man of the campaign commit- drawn up to be at the same level,
tee; • and George Michelson, or less, as existing facilities, ac= certs are paid
for and p r o -
president of the College.
cording to Stanley A. Stalburg,
Dean Eisig Silberschlag con- an attorney, who is one of the vided free to
ferred degrees on 27 men and owners and promoter of - the the citizens of
Detroit by the
women. Four of the graduates project.
Parks and
received master of Hebrew li-
Additional plans call for an
terature degrees. The ground indoor-outdoor swimming pool, to Recreation De-
breaking was a pert of the 40th be constructed within the next partment o f
anniversary celebration of the year, utilizing adjoining land al- the City of
Detroit and
ready-acquired for the purpose. the Music Performance Trust
Funds of the Recording Indus-
tries through the recommenda-
tion of the Detroit Federation
of Musicians.
Featuring Hersc'hel Leib, con-
ductor, and William DeMaria,

baritone, the concert schedule
is as follows:
Monday, O'Shea. Center, Cap-
itol and Greenfield; Tuesday,
, 21)(,
Patton Park, Woodmere and
Vernor; Wednesday, Peterson
Park, Greenfield and Curtis;
Thursday, Stoepel Park, Outer
*.'4 \ Drive
and Evergreen; and Fri-
day, Palmer Park, Hamilton and
Ponch artra in.

and show you our fine facilities.

Phone TR 5-9500






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The program will include "Wedding
March", Mendelssohn; Overture "Light
Cavalry", Suppe; "Skater's Waltz,
Waldteufel; "Carmen", Bizet; "Dark
Eyes", Lang; "My Fair Lady" Selec-
tions, Loewe; "Because", D'Hardlot;
"Beguine For Band", Osser; "Or-
pheus", Offenbach.

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"Are you sure- David, that your parents-won't
object to my being only half-Jewish?"-

Copt. 1960, • Doyepu Productions

The government of Israel will
shortly ,present its humanities
award to HARRY LEFRAK, 76;
chairman of the board, Lefrak
Organization. Builder of multi-
ple dwellings, he left for a
three-month stay in Israel to
supervise the construction of the
third medical facility he has con-
tributed through the Lefrak
Foundation to that country, the
Harry and Sarah Lefrak Pavilion
at Haifa.

9 .-18. 11

AL BUGLER, Your Host

27 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 23, 1961

Judith Bizer Weds United Jewish Charities Forms
Dr. Burton Stillman Dora Ehrlich Development Fund

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