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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 2, 1962 — 22

AIONNIONOW

Seema Silberstein
Weds Ivan Boesky

MRS. IVAN BOESKY
Seema Silberstein and Ivan
Boesky were wed Jan. 28 at the
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Samuel J. Levin of Lincoln-
shire Dr. and Ben L. Silberstein
of Palm Beach, Fla. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. William Boesky of Coving-
ton Dr.
Following a honeymoon in
Aspen, Colo., and Sun Valley,
Idaho, the newlyweds will re-
side on Whitmore Rd.

Addition to Center
Library to Honor
Herman A. August

In honor of the 65th birthday
of Herman 'A. August, the Jew-
ish Center has received as a
gift from his family the com-
plete -set of the latest edition
of the Encyclopedia Brittanica
and the Syntopicon of the
Great Books of the Western
World, published by the Ency-
clopedia Brittanica in conjunc-
tion with the University of Chi-
cago.
This valuable addition to the
Center's Henry Meyers Memor-
ial Library will be located on
shelves designated as The Her-
man A. August Ref er enc e
Shelves.
The gift was presented. joint-
ly by Mr. August's wife, Mrs.
Herman A. August, Mr. and
Mrs. Coleman Moppet., son-in-
law and daughter, and Mr. and
Mrs. Martin August, son and
daughter-in-law.

Smallpox Vaccinations
Urged by Dr. Molner
Dr. Joseph G. Molner, city-
county health commissioner, has
sounded a note of urgent concern
regarding a possible outbreak of
smallpox in Detroit and the met-
ropolitan area.
He noted that outbreaks of
smallpox have been reported in
Pakistan, Great Britain and West
Germany. Pakistan has had 258
deaths, Great Britain six, and at
least one has been reported in
West Germany.
Molner stated that with mod-
ern, rapid methods of transporta-
tion, it would appear that small-
pox could be imported into this
section of the country.
Molner suggested that all
adults who have not been vacci-
nated against smallpox in the
past five years, do so as soon as
possible to alleviate the possibil-
ity of catching or spreading the
disease.

Livonia Cong. Offers
Big 'Money' Stakes
at •Games Night
A chance to "break the bank"
is being offered by the Livonia
Jewish Congregation at Games
Night, 8:30 p.m. Feb. 10 at
Carpenters Hall, 22521 Grand
River.
Prizes include two, two-day,
mid-week vacations for two at
Grossingers and the Concord in
New York State.
Money raised will go to the
congregation building fund.
For information, call Seymour
Ungar, GR 6-0111.

Grinnell Gallery Features Exhibit Anita Davis Will
of 22 Paintings by Reva Shwayder Wed Robert Novak

Mrs. Benjamin Shwayder, pro-
fessionally known as Reva
Shwayder, will have her second
"one-man" show with a preview
and reception at the Grinnell
Gallery, 1515 Woodward, Mon-
day from 3 to 8 p.m. The show
will continue for several weeks,
announces Lester B. Arwin, di-
rector of the gallery.
The success of her first show
in October, 1959, when Mrs.
Shwayder established the unpre-
cedented record of selling all
her paintings, consisting of oils,
water colors and caseins the
opening day of the show, was
the partial incentive for her
second show, in addition to re-
views she received by the critics,
which established her as a tal-
ented and recognized artist.
Her present art show which
will exhibit approximately 22 oil
paintings, has taken more than
two years of preparation.
Mrs. Shwayder, who lives at
27551 Fairway Hills, Franklin,
started her are career in 1949,
with Sarkis Sarkisian director
of the Society of Arts and Crafts.
The former Reva Clamage,
who was born and raised in
Chicago, attended the Universi-
ties of Chicago and Denver.
She had received several
awards for writing, and while
attending the University. of
Denver, studied short-story writ-
ing.
She is a member of the Corn-
mittee for The Archives of
American Art at the Detroit
Institute of Art, and has been
represented in the Michigan Art
Show, The Wayne Country Show,
Kirk of the Hills, The Univer-
sity of Michigan, Michigan State
University, Temple Israel Show
and Art for Young Collectors.

The Shwayder's contemporary
home, which in 1958 received
"First Honor Award" from The
American Institute of Architects
in cooperation with Life and
House and Home, has hosted
many noted personalities, includ-
ing Vincent Price, art expert and
famed personality of motion pic-
tures and television.

People
Make News

The Detroit-area Torch Drive
will be headed this year by
Wendell W.
Anderson, Jr.,
president of
Bundy Tubing
Company and
a vice presi-
den t of the
United Foun-
dation. W i 1-
liam M. Day,
president -of
Michigan Bell
Telephone
Company and
of the United
Foundati o n,
announced the
appointm e n t
of Anderson
as general
Anderson cam pa i g n
chairman for the 14th annual
Torch Drive to be held Oct. 16
through Nov. 8.
* *
Dr. MORTON I. TEICHER,
dean of Yeshiva University's
School of Social Work, has
been granted a year's leave of
absence to serve as. consultant
to the Oppenheimer College' of
Social Service, Lusaka, North-
ern Rhodesia, the first social
work and social welfare college
in Central Africa.
* *
Internationally prominent nu-
clear physicist Dr. HERBERT
GOLDSTEIN was installed as
acting national president of the
Association of Orthodox Jewish
Scientists at the association's
fifth annual national dinner
meeting Jan. 25 in New York,
succeeding Dr. Elmer L. Offen-
bacher, associate professor of
physics at Temple University,
who is leaving shortly to begin
a six month research program
at the Hebrew University, Jeru-
salem. Dr. Goldstein is profes-
sor of nuclear• engineering
science at Columbia University,
a consultant of the United Nu-
clear Corporation, and author
of several texts in the field of
modern physics.

Travel Agents May
Now Accept Israel
Bonds from :.Clients
Travel agents may now accept
State of Israel bonds from their
clients in payment for land ar-
rangements while in Israel.
The program, applicable only
to individual travelers and their
families, and not organized
groups, is the result of efforts
by the Israel Government Tour-
ist Corporation in cooperation
with the Bank Leumi L'Israel.
The new plan permits travel
agents in this country to take
advantage of a service which
heretofore had been 'available
only to bondholders while in Is-
rael. Previously bonds could be
exchanged by.the owner, but only
while in Israel. It is estimated
that 20 to 25 percent of tourist
*
earnings were derived from the
'IRVING
I.
ATZ,• executiv
conversion of bonds by tourists
secretary o
emple. Beth El
in Israel.
and pres
t of the Jewish
Histo •
dciety of Michigan,
Propose Senior Citizens
wa
ame chairman of the
as Volunteer Workers
A erican Jewish Historical So-
A proposal that senior citizens'
ty's committee on the devel-
groups volunteer for morale serv- pment of. local chap
ices at Veterans Administration
* * *
hospitals was advanced by Mis
Secretary
Diana Bernstein, director of th
National Jewish Welfare Board tion and
Women's Organizations' Divisio A. RIBICOFF,
the Na
Writing in the JWB "CIRCLE opening session
ouncil
of
Jewis
omen'
o-
Miss Bernstein asserted that
Institute on Public
fairs
older adults affiliated with gold-
nday, in Wash' on, D.0
en age clubs sponsored by Jew-
ition
"
d
ish Community Centers and YM- He ' cuss
YWHAs constitute a "vast un- the Nati tiffare: Poi
tapped reservoir of volunteers" and Programs," with so
which could help alleviate a seri- NCJW leaders from all parts
ous shortage of morale workers the United States.
in VA establishments across the
country. In addition, she stated, Mt. and Mrs.
such activity could be beneficial City of Hope,
to the older people themselves.
A business tnd
g
of the Mr. an
ty
Monteith Nursery
of Hope, will
:30
p.m. SOOrd a y
of
Holds Open House
Mr. and
napol,
Sunday Afternoon
17573 Coyle.
Irving Weintrau , president
Families are invited to visit
the Monteith Cooperative Nurs- of the group, has appointed
ery at 14701 Puritan during open Charles Hoptman chairman of
house from 1:30-4 p.m. Sunday. the forthcoming annual games
Openings are available for pre- party in April. Plans for the
schoolers. For information, call affair will be formulated at this
UN 4-5441.
meeting.

MISS ANITA DAVIS

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Davi
Monica Ave. announce
en-
gagement of their
ghter,
Anita, to Robert Ja
vak, son
of Mr. and
ry Novak
of Ypres
, i or, Ont.
The
specti f bridegroom
is a g uate of the University
of M' igan and will receive his
ma r's degree in at t
in une from th
i
onto.
he bride-e
r at
yne St
sity glict
a iate •
ith
e Delta
Eo
sorority, and
tar
Bo
onorary Socie
ne 26 wedd .
s planned.

i.

Name Samuel Rothberg
Scopus Award Winner
Samuel Rothberg, of Peoria,
Ill., has been named 1962 recipi-
ent of the Annual Scopus Award
for "extraordi-
nary service to
t he Hebrew
University of
Jerusalem," it
was announced
by Daniel G.
Ross, chairman
of the board of
t h e American
Friends of the
Hebrew Uni-
versity. The
award will be
presented at a
dinner at Am-
ericana Hotel,
Miami Beach,
Rothberg
Fla., Feb. 18.
Rothberg is a founder of the
ampus of the Hebrew Uni-
versit nd one of the chief do-
nors of
Eliezer Kaplan School
of Econo cs and Social Sciences
at the U ersity. The main lec-
turf hall
all
building bears
his ame

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