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January 26, 1962 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-26

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Detroiter Mark Davidson Captures
Two Arab Infiltrators from Jordan

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Mark Davidson, son of Mr. how, my name was in the papers
as capturing two infiltrators.
and Mrs. Ben J.
by accident."
17550 Mar
am, Detra •
st
This Week's Radio and
week
glehandedly
tared
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest
two
ab infiltrators from Jor-
da
ear Be heba.
TO DWELL TOGETHER
PHOTOGRAPHY
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
formati
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
Station: WJBK (radio and
cessf
Formals, Candids, 3 D's, Movies
television simultaneously).
For Quality Workmanship
"ltra
reac ed
Feature: Rabbi Morris Adler
Mr. Rosen
UN 1-9000
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek will dis-
Is i
srael teaching
cuss the historical, anthropologi-
cal and psychological roots of
and perfecting his knowl-
religious belief on "When Faith
ge of He ew and Aramaic.
Began."
In a
* * *
Davidson
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
"Whi
i i
r a i.
tic
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
to
Bee
eba,
on
d, in
Station: WJLB.
the dark, I he
noises. I
Feature: Mrs. Edward Wish-
•ear gun for fish
netsky, president of the Jewish
and asked who was there.
National Fund Ladies Auxiliary, Arabs came out o
will discuss plans for the or- the side of
oa
asked
ganization's forthcoming donor. them in
stum • ing Arabic
* * *
where
were om and they
JEWISH HERITAGE
said • aba, which is in Jordan.
ne color movies
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
I r • ed they wen out of eir
your
wedding
Station: WCAR.
to tory, so
d em
Feature: "Sacred Service," a tr the ne
t
e
Call
ation
choral-orchestral composition by
ich was
art of a
Ernest Bloch will be played by
le do oa . When th
Leonard Bernstein and the New
e searched later by th
York Philharmonic.
ad a pistol
each.
* * *
use them
Why
DIRECTIO
against me is just my luck. Any-
Tim
ay.
ion:
• Z-
Feature: Jan Peerc Metro-
WHY NOT RELAX . • •
politan Opera star, wil be in-
terviewed by Martin Bookspan
While our experts
on "Sin er Among Nations—A
create
your individual
Portr • Jar Pe

(9n the Al.!

. CLARKE

The Village Gate (above) will greet American and Canad-
ian campers between the ages of 13 and 18 to the seven-week
summer camp in Israel, sponsored by the Israel Histadrut
Campaign. The camp will open in July, in the village of Kfar
Hayarok near Tel Aviv. Information regarding the program
is available from Histadrut, 19161 Schaefer, or by calling
UN 4-7094.

Fashion Show Will Highlight Donor
Event of Adas Shalom Siterhood

co-chairman; Ethel Benjamin,
sponsor co-chairman; George
Bassin, tickets; Maurice Zuck-
erstein, future leaders; Irving
Pfeifer, sponsor co-chairman•
Harry Spoon, luncheon ch
man; Herman Canner, pro am
arrangements; David
honoriams and me
Tams;
Noman Leemon, ticket oordin-
ator.

Breviti

MRS. J. STEWART LINDEN

Adas Shalom Sisterhood will
hold its annual fund-raising
donor luncheon noon Feb. 7 at
the synagogue, announced Pres-
ident Mrs. Sol Hammerstein.
A fashion show will highlight
the event, featuring profession-
al models.
In charge of the event is Mrs.
J. Stewart Linden, donor gen-
eral chairman. Others are Mes-
dames Hammerstein, booklet;
Nathan Starman, decorations;
Albert Potiker, publicity; Man-
ny Lax, program; Nathan Glen-
ner, sponsor; Ben Bonin, ticket

Aesculapians to Hold
Installation Affair

The Aesculapian Pharmaceu-
tical Association will hold its
installation dinner-dance 6 p.m.
Monday at the Rainbow Terrace,
18451 Wyoming.
The installing officer is
William L. Blockstein, as
dean of pharmacy a
< State University.
Officers to be
tailed are
, president;
Meyer L. Golds
, veep; Har-
Harry A. Katz
old Ellias, t asurer; Asher
; Morris Aver-
Smith, secret
buck, ex-offic• Board member
are Bernard
eyer, Henry Co
Daitch, Harry
hen, Benja
Dorfman, Al
t Feldman, Fred
Margolis, Max
Kroot, Hyma
Millman, Sam 1 Plucer, Albert
Roggin, Jack
neyer and Mi-
chael Wainer.
Hyman Margo
ill delive
the invocation.

Goldoftas Lectures
on 'Jews in Spain'

The third in a series of lec-
tures by Movsas Goldoftas, spon-
sored by the Farband Labor
Zionist Order, will be held 9
p.m. Saturday at the Hayim
Greenberg Center. His topic will
be "The Golden Age of Jews
in Spain." The public is invited.
Refreshments will be served.

The recent sculpt
PAUL SUTTMAN will
hibited at Park Gallery, 2
Livernois, beginning Sunday
through Feb. 10. Suttman, who
received an M.F.A. on a scholar-
ship at Cranbrook Academy of
Art, has been an instructor in
sculpture at the University of
Michigan, worked in Italy wi
Giacomo Manzu with the
ion
of a Rackham Foun
grant. He won first p e . in
Inter-
sculpture at the Salzbu
1960.
national Arts Festival
* * *
Paintings by M I L
FRIEDMAN and sculp
WILLIAM HOUSE go on
bition Sunday, for two weeks,
at Verve Art Gallery, 11139
Morang.
* * *
MARY COSTA, one of the
the brightest discoveries of the
decade, will be heard at Masonic
Auditorium, Feb. 2, 8:20 p.m.
Seldom, except with resignation,
do music critics comment on
the physical attri an
Miss
operatic sopr
ce •tion. Mi
is definit
s a rea y nown
n Hollywood for her hi: -paid
television commercials for
Chrysler and as the speaking
and singing voice of "Th
Sleeping Beauty" •
he Wa
Disney film w en,
958, s
hit the
1
time
-1c
a Hol
ert.

ebrat-
itzgerald's
ory, "Tend
Is The
t," starring Je
fer Jones
Jason Robar , Jr., is the
next attractio
at the MER-
CURY TH
ER, Schaefer at
W. McN .
s. Staged in Rome,
Pari
the Riveria, this Cine-
ope, Technicolor "adult"
production, also starring Joan
Fontaine and Tom Ewell, will
open Jan. 31 as an exclusive
first Detroit showing at the
Mercury.
• *
LAWRENCE WEISBER G,
president of the Iodent Chemi-
cal Company, announces the
appointment of W. B. DONER
and Co. as advertising agency.
Doner will also handle a new
Iodent consumer product still
in the developmental stage.

WHA EVERY BRIDE
SHOU D KNOW .. .

D SIEGEL

DI 1-6990

hair style.

Call for Appointment

Tim 11:
St
n:
F ire: Lee Murra
ill in-
terview Mrs. Ch
s Snow,
president of th
ebrew Acad-
emy of 0
ark P.T.A., on
"Th
e of Hebrew Day
ools in America Today."

Socialites
`Mid- •

r I an

Salon

UN 4-0144

old

Socialites will hol
inter Dance". 9 p.m. Su'
day at Cong. Gemiluth Cha
sodim, featuring music by the
Conti ntals
Clu h
se
fresh ent
Pr cee
wi
e
d to
cha ty.
he publi
invited.
Fo informatio
TE 4-6436.

g ules cjayne Studios

UN. 4-8785

19164 Livernois

ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS!

For Juniors

ALL SKIRTS

for Sub-Teens

ALL SKIRTS

for Girls

SKIRTS

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SPORT SHIRTS

40-50%
40-50 _ o OFF
25-50%
25-50%

OFF

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TEN MILE at
EL 6-6302
GREENFIELD

19 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Ja nuary 26, 1962

Histadrut Summer Camp To Open
Near Tel Aviv for Children 13-18
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