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October 27, 1961 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-27

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More than 7,000 members of
Detroit's Bnai Brith Women's
Council will mark the culmi-
nation of a $100,000 drive which
began in July at the

Funds raised here support
the multitude of worldwide Bnai
Brith activities, including the
Hillel Foundations at Wayne
Sate University, the University
of Michigan and Michigan State
Univesrs4y.
To star with Caesar at the
annual fund-raising event are
singer Stan , hanks and Nicki
and Noel, "The Divine Artists
of Grace."
For reservations, call Mrs.
M. Applebaum, KE 4-8632, or
Mrs. S. Sandweiss, LI 2-2536.

Borman Stock Splits
2 for 1; birectors,
Officers Re-Elected -

SID CAESAR

tion's fund-raising event 8:30
p.m. Nov. 7 and 8 at Ford
Auditorium, according to Presi-
dent Mrs. Leon •Dreylinger.
Featured star of the affair
will be comedian Sid Caesar.
The Council fund-raising com-
mittee is headed by Mrs. Alan
Nathan, gen-
eral .chairman.
Serving with
her are Mes-
dames Herbert
Gross, Irving
Tackel, David
Goldstein,
Gordon Fruit-
man, Irving
Isaacs, Max
Applebaum,
Seymour Sand- Nathan
weiss, . Charles -
Galinsky, Arthur Weisberg, Al-
fred ,Holtz, Harry Kaufman,
Charles Blauer, Morris Richman,
Arthur Weinfeld, George Flei-
scher, -Elsie Cohen, David
Howell, Bernard Goodman, Al-
bert Heller, Benjamin Monast,
Al Sobel and Philip Fealk.
The Detroit Women's Council
includes 25 chapters. Members
sponsor a mobile Blood Donor
Bank, a mobile unit to take
indigent patients to cancer
clinics for treatment and pro-
vide entertainment for patients
at Northville State HoSpital,
Pontiac State Hospital and vet-
erans hospitals and the down-
town U.S.O.

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The stockholders of Borman
Food Stores, Inc., at their annual
meeting held at the executive
offices of the corporation, grant-
ed approval for the increase of
authorized stock from 1,500,000
to t,000,000 shares.
The additional stock will be is-
sued on Nov. 17 to stockholders
of record Oct. 25.
Joseph Kron, executive vice
president _ , reported to the stock-
holders that sales for the 14-
week quarter, ended Sept. 30,
were -433,956,181, as compared
with sales of $29,057,417 for the
13-week quarter a year ago. Earn-
ings for the current quarter were
$581,421, equivalent to •$ .48 per
share, based on 1,216,159 shares
outstanding as of Sept. 30. Earn-
ings a year ago amounted to
$507,338, equivalent to $ .42 per
share, based on the 1,205,553
shares outstanding at that time.

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Announcements

Oct. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Danny Raskin (Geraldine Katz),
24071 Marlow, Oak Park, a son,
Scott.
a * *
Oct. 21 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Rittman (Rhoda Belin-
sky),_ 21876 Leyte, Farmington,
a son, Jon Gregory.
* * *
Oct. 18 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Milton R. Canner (Rhoda Ber-
man), 19708 Schaefer, a daugh-
ter, Robyn Ilene.

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MRS. FREDERICK FLETCHER

Carol Gay Schwartz and Fred-
erick Alan Fletcher were united
in marriage Oct. 14 at the Shera-
ton Cadillac Hotel. Rabbi Morris .
Adler officiated.
Parents of the bridal couple
are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Schwartz of Muirland Ave. and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fletcher of
Ilene Ave.
The bride wore a gown of silk
mist with a mandarin collar,
molded bodice and bracelet-
length sleeves of lace. A front
panel was made of the matching
lace and the skirt fell into a
chapel train. A lace pill box hat
held a fingertip silk veil.
Honor attendant was Barbar
Schwartz, sister of the bri
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Jos
Greenberg, Aviva Thatch, Ca
Platt and Brenda Klernpner.
Best man was the bridegroo
uncle, Dr. Edmond Kraus. Ushe
were Leo Shebses, Joseph Green
berg, Joseph Dorbrusin, Burt
Brent, Gary Sanders and Law-
rence a n d Steven Schwartz,
brothers of the bride.
The couple will live on Indiana
Ave.



Center Theater -Opens
Season with 'Another
Part of the Forest'

The Center Theater will pre-
sent Lillian Hellman's "Another
Part of the Forest" as its first
play of the season on Nov. 4 and
5 and Nov. 11 and 12 at the
Aaron DeRoy Theater of the
Jewish Center. -
The drama is of a southern
family, under the patriarchal in-
fluence of a tyrannical father,
and the conflict in their lives.
Directed by Vic Hurwitz and
produced by Harvey Freeman,
the play features Todd Purse,.
Rita Lichtman, Joyce Feurring,
Abe Ulanoff, Lorraine Ernst,
Frank Sidlow, Ralph Bernstein,
Michael Damian,
man, Mildre

. and Mrs.
Marilyn Music),
Oak Park, a
Murri,
aughte
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a: * *
Freem
. 14 -- To Mr. nd Mrs.
ymoUr S. Milgram Frances
ree We
n Ave.,
Oak.
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ndra Goldsm ), 20820
osha, Oak Par
daughter,

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JWV Activities

SHOLOM POST and AUXIL-
IARY will hold a Halloween
party Sunday at the JWV Me-
morial H o m e. Refreshments,
games and prizes will be fea-
tured. For reservations, call
chairman Fae Rubin, KE 5-0420,
or Esther Siegel, LI 4-4593.
* * *
CHARLES AND AARON KO-
GAN AUXILIARY will service
the Dearborn Veterans Hospital
on Thursday, announce Ann
Kretzmer and Norrie Grossman,
chairmen. Games and entertain-
ment will be provided. Refresh-
ments will be served in the TB
ward.
* * *
LT. RAYMOND ZUS S MAN
AUXILIARY will hold its annual
Halloween costume party, in
conjunction with a membership
party, Monday at home of
171 Montr
Mrs. Mary Lo
er,
. Florence
announces
ames,
senior
president
prizes
d refreshments will b
feta d. For
er,
Pr
ent Mrs.
5-9097. rary membe
be hostesses at the U.
v. 7.

Center Announces
Events, Program
for Retired Men

The Jewish Community Cen-
ter has announced two coming
events and the formation of a
new program for retired men.
The Children's Dance Theatre
of Washington, D.C., a group of
six professional dancers and ac-
tors will be presenting the story
of "King Solomon and the Bee,"
at the Meyers Road Center, 2
and 3:30 p.m. Nov. 19. The
appearance is in conjunction
with the Tenth Annual Jewish
Book Fair.
"Notes on Drama" is the title
of a musical-drama review to be
presented at the next meeting
of the Center Theater, 8 p.m.
Wednesday.
A new program for retired
men including special exercises,
swimming and other activities
eing introduced for men in
der adult program.

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19 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, October 27, 1961

Bnai Brith Women's Council Stars
Sid Caesar in Fund-Raising Event

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