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December 01, 1961 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-01

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From the left: Joseph Holtzman, Tennessee Williams and
Irwin Toby Holtzman.

Like his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Holtzman, Irwin Toby
Holtzman is deeply interested in
communal and congregational-
_ affairs. tie , is active in Allied
Jewish Campaigns and Shaarey
Zedek and is devoted to many
Jewish movements.
Additionally, Toby Holtzman,
as family and friends call him
affectionately, has taken an in-
terest in rare books, in out of
print volumes and in special edi-
tions.
As a result of such a deep
interest in books, he has ac-
quired the Charles S. Boesen,
Inc., book shop, at 5480 Cass,
next to the Belcrest, and he
hopes to introduce acquisitions
of rarity to Detroit in the realm
of books.
The late Charles Boesen was
well known for his interest in
books, and Toby Holtzman has
expressed a desire to carry on
the work begun at his book store
and to add to it - a special Jewish
interest whenever he can
rare Jewish volumes and manu-
scripts.
To create an atmosphere for
books and for important manu-
scripts, Toby Holtzman has set
aside Tuesday evenings for
open house for all who wish
to browse around, examine and
discuss books on display, and
he has expressed the hope that
many will attend these inti-

marriages

1

WOLOK -NEIMAN: Beth
Aaron Synagogue was the setting
for the recent Sunday afternoon
ceremony which united
ok in
Neiman and Mitche
marriage. Parents 6 the
weds are Mr. an
orris
Neiman of
in Ave. and
Mr. and
. Andrew Wolok of
Ave. The couple de-
Appo
for a honeymoon in Nas-
p
and will reside on Evergreen
d.
*
*
EISENSHTADT - KRA
Hymen J.
of Oa
announces
daughter
Michael
Eisen-
Mr. an•
ye.
shtadt of

Pepper
Annual

Holds
ily Nig

ool
The James N. Peppe
on will
Parent-Teacher As
al "Family
present its thi
Tuesday at
Night" •
, announces President
Mrs. Al Liszak.
Children and their families
will be admitted on presentation
of membership cards. "This Is
Your Life" segment will sur- -
prise a PTA member. Also on
the program are the Lila Reder
puppets, a melodrama by the
Pepper Players and a Parisienne
Ballet, choreography by Joe
Forbes, with Nikki Forbes and
an all-male cast of "mademoi-
selles."

-

mate gatherings.
The enthusiasm generated by
Toby Holtzman created such
wide admiration that Tennessee
Williams, who was here to see
the debut of another of his plays;
'came to congratulate the new
venturer into the book world.
He congratulated Joseph Holtz-
man and. his son Toby for their
joint interest in encouraging
book lovers- in Detroit.
Tennessee Williams was per-
sonally flattered and elated over
the fact that the Holtzman proj-
ect was introduced in his pres-
ence by a display of 23 fir
editions of his works. Willi
works still are on displa
o-
gether with other note thy
collections, in the Boese
ook
Shop on Cass.
While Irwin Toby'
tzman
remains his father's ass ate in
real- estate activities, t
book
store is his labor of love
a
source of, inspiration to him
his family.

UNCLE JOHN'S PANCAKE
HOUSE, located at 1360 S.
Woodward, Birmingham, will
award a brand new bicycle to
a lucky boy and a lucky girl,
ages 2-15, on Saturday, Dec. 23
'at 2 p.m. All the youngster
has to do, is register at Unc
*John's Treasure Chest w
dining at the restaurant. in-
ners need not be pre- t as
they will be notified.
* * *
Al Zalewsky „and
pe John-
son of the PARK COLONY
RESTAURANT and OUNGE,
located at 248 W. ichols at
Woodward, have just nounced
that GEORGE ECO d his
fine staff have returned
you. Featured is their famous
appetizer buffet, which you may
serve yourself, and offering the
finest steaks, chops, live lobster,
fresh water fish and sea foods.
The restaurant is open daily
from 11 a.m. to midnight; Sat-
urdays to 1 a.m., and closed
Sundays. The bar is open to 2
a.m. The proprietors cater to
private parties and there is
ample parking adjacent to the
restaurant. For reservations
information, call TO 8-5

Fund-Raising Campaign" this
week was spurred by a plea from
the national organization now
facing a financt
better-tha • . ,'0,00
A
e thr
y the 200
cians of Hadassah Med-
p
al Center n i Jerusalem has
further complicated Hadassah's
difficulties, according to
s. I.
Jerome
r, Detroit
apter
Ares'
The be
an-
nounced
oup
chairme
organize the
"Golde
e f4d-raising
drive's culminating event -
for Jan. 24 at th
ton-
Cadillac Hot
the chair-
.. s. Daniel C. Siegel.
ey are Mesdames Max Wi-
net, Business and Professional;
Marvin Zeskind, Bagley North;
Sam Leib, Bagley South; Roslyn
Goldstick, Evening; Nathan Kus-
nit, Evergreen; David Edelman,
Greenfield; Raymond Zelch, Li-
vonia; Nathan Soberman, Meyers;

Folk C
s Presents
`Mi •
inter Concert'

I

Jewish Folk Chorus, di-
ted by Harvey Schreibman,
will presen its annual "Mid-
Winter Co rt" . 10 at th
Jewish C
Feattu.
he
to
by S em
em, `Oifn
Fidle ' wit
ney Resnick a
bari e soloist. A youth c
will participate in a
m of
contemporary
, Yiddish
and Is
ngs. For tickets,
ose Baron, DI 1-9231, or
contact a member of the Chorus.

versity East; Paul Deutch, Uni-_
versity North; Maurice Perlman,
University -South; and Max
Derin, Wyoming.

I Miniature
D'Oeuvres

Complet

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al for Holiday Parties
HEAT and SERVE

12 delightfully different varieties
Incl. Miniature Egg Rolls, Pizza
Tartletfes, Pig n' Blankets, Poly-
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and others. -

q

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Springers
Inc.

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DI 1-4044

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29 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 1, 1961

Irwin Toby Holtzman Enters Rare
Hadassah Issues Plea to Detroit
Sid Shmarak's
Book Field; Acquires Cass Ave.
Chapter for Aid in Financial Crisis
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah's Sam Cohen, Schaefer; Samuel
Store; Open House Tuesday Nights Business Briefs "Golden
Jubilee Honor Roll Barr, Sherwood; Jay Kogan, Uni-

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