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September 07, 1962 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-07

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THE DETRO IT JE WISH NEWS — Friday, September 7, 19 62 —



Brevities

Initial response within the
United States to TRAVEL IN
USA, a new guide to enjoyable
traveling edited by the publica-
tions office of Ford Motor Com-
pany, has led to publication of
an international edition primar-
ily for distribution overseas.
* * *
With 250 art objects ready to
go under the auctioneer's gavel
in the main auditorium of the
Detroit Institute of Arts, Sept.
25 and 26, plans have now been
completed for this important art
event of the year. The auction,
sponsored by the MICHIGAN
CHAPTER of the AMERICAN
INSTITUTE of INTERIOR DE-
SIGNERS for the benefit of the
ARCHIVES of AMERICAN
ART, has been arranged to pro-
vide major financial support to
the only national cultural or-
ganization located in Detroit.

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and his

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Mayor Proclaims Sept. 13 Bnai
Brith Day for Salk Institute;
Campaign by Six BB Units

A proclamation naming Thursday, Sept, 13, as Bnai Brith Day—
"To Light the Walk for Dr. Salk"—Was presented by Mayor
Jerome P. Cavanagh (center front row) to the coordinating
committee for the camnaign to assist in the needs of the Salk
Institute for Biological Studies, headed by Dr. Jonas Salk. About
1,000 members of six units of Bnai Brith will fan out across
Metropolitan Detroit on Sept. 13, in their combined efforts
for a successful campaign. Included in the first joint effort
of this type are the Bnai Brith Men's . Council, represented by
Maurice Zeiger (front right) president; Women's Council, rep-
resented by Mrs. Charles Galinsky (front left), president; AZA
Council; Girl's Council; Young Adult's Group and Hillel Students.
Also seen in the picture are (rear left to right) Councilman
Mel Ravitz, who gave the support of the Detroit City Council
to the effort; Mrs. Robert A. Coggan, co-ordinator for the entire
event serving both as a representative of the Salk Institute
women's cabinet and a member of the national board of Bnai
Brith women; Mrs. Jack Sayles, community relations director,
Women's Council, and Harry Nathan, community relations di-
rector, Men's Council.
* * *
;t•
! Three units of Bnai Brith will
Branch 11, LZOA, Will combine their efforts on behalf
Hold Cocktail Party
of the Salk Institute for Biologi-
Branch 11, Labor Zionist Or- cal Studies when they hold a
ganization of America, will open Studies when they hold a "Bnai
the year with its annual "Hag "Bnai Brith Day—To Light The
Hashiforim' cocktail party 9 Walk for Dr. Salk" on Sept. 13. it
p.m.. Saturday at the home of was announced by Mrs. Robert A.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Brickner, Cooga n, coordinator for the
event.
22145 Kenosha, Oak Park.
This affair is for the purpose
About a thousand members of
of giving prospective members the Bnai Brith Women's Council,
The opportunity to become ac- Men's Council and AZA Council
quainted with the members of will fan out across Metropolitan
the branch and its program.
Detroit on Sept. 13 in a joint
Entertainment for the eve- fund-raising effort for the Salk
ning will be provided by folk Institute. This is the first time
singer Orella Barley.
that all three units of Bnai Brith
Program chairman is Mrs. will have ever combined in a
Gloria Lifshay.
joint effort of this type.
For information, call Mrs.
Mrs. Coogan is a member of
Rae Brickner;' LI 7-2726.
the national board of Bnai Brith
Women and also a member of
Center Theater Will
the Michigan unit of the Salk
Institute women's cabinet for
Hold Play Tryouts
and organizations. The lat-
Jewish Center Theater has clubs
group is headed up by Mrs.
announced tryouts for the# first ter
production of the season, "Mid- Sylvia D a n t o of Huntington
dle of the Night," by Paddy Woods.
Serving with Mrs. Coogan on
Chayefsky, which will be pre-
sented on November 3, 4, 10 and Bnai Brith Day are Mrs. Charles
11, will be held in the Aaron Galinsky, president, Bnai Brith
DeRoy Theater 2 p.m. Sunday Women's Council of Metropoli-
tan Detroit; Mrs. Jack Sayles,
and 7:30 p.m. Monday.
community relations director,
Bnai Brith Men's Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit.

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Town Hall to Start
New Season Oct. 3

Detroit Town Hall will open
its 34th consecutive season Oct.
3 in Fisher Theater with former
Eisenhower aide Arthur Larson
as speaker.
The 12-program series will be
held on alternate Wednesdays
at 11 a.m. and will continue,
until March 20.
On Oct. 17 Meredith and Rini
Willson will present an hour of
songs from Willson's hit mu-
sicals, "Music Man" and "The
Unsinkable Molly Brown."
Bill Blass of Maurice Rent-
ner will present a showing of
his latest fashions Oct. 31. An-
thony Wedgewood..Benn, Eng-
lish peer fighting to retain his
seat in the House of Commons,
will discuss current affairs Nov.
14. Alexander Rorke Jr., first
American newsman imprisoned
by Castro, will discuss "Inside
the Anti-Castro Revolt," Nov.
28.

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