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November 09, 1962 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-09

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Israeli Woman
Urges Worldwide
Beauty Contest

Brevities

RUBEN GOLD general agency
of the Massachusetts Mutual
TEL AVIV, Israel. — Israeli Life Insurance Co., 18930 Green-
beauty contests have been con- field, placed 14th among the
ducted since 1950, and the win- company's 115 general agencies
ners have toured the United in the production of individual
States, mostly to spur sales of insurance during September. The
agency sold a total of $1,176,138
Israel Bonds.
of new individual business dur-
The inaugurator of the beauty ing September, bringing its year
contests is an Israeli woman to date production to $9,274,288.
lawyer and writer, Mrs. Hemda
* *
Nofeh-Moses, editor of one of
Silver will be the theme of
the leading women's magazines, the GOODFELLOW CITY
La Isha.
CHAMPIONSHIP high school
Now she has an idea for an football game Nov. 16. It was 25
international Jewish beauty con- years ago that the first game be-
test, and she hopes it can be tween public and Catholic
realized in time for winners - schools was played and the
from a score of American-cities Goodfellows are planning to ob-
to come to Israel for next Suk- serve the silver anniversary,
kot to participate in a final said co-chairman Larry Michel-
worldwide beauty contest.
son.
* * *
Mrs. Moses, who has lived in
Yehoshu Kovarsk y, well-
Israel since her second birth-
day, whose husband also is an known Israeli artist, has a one-
attorney and whose father was man show at the Grinnell Gal-
a distinguished lawyer in Rus- leries, 1515 Woodward; through
sia and later in Turkey, hopes Nov. 24.
* * *
that as a result of her new
scheme an International Queen
At 8:30 p.m. Nov. 8 the STA-
Esther will be chosen starting BLES THEATRE, 22 Charlotte,
next year.
will present the Michigan Pre-
miere of Jack Gelber's, "THE
APPLE." The production, di-
rected by Pierre LaMarre, will
be seen Thursday, Friday and
Saturday evening through Dec.
8.
• * *
"THE THREEPENNY
OPERA" closes at Vanguard
Playhouse on Nov. 17 after an
unprecedented run of 81/2
weeks. The resident players at
Vanguard are now busily pre-
paring for the next opening of
the French comedy, "The Egg,"
by Felicien Marceau Nov. 21
through Dec. 22.
* *
Two noted members of the
DETROIT SYMPHONY, Elyze
Yockey, harpist, and Albert
Tipton, flutist, will be soloists
with the orchestra 8:30 p.m.
Thursday at Ford Auditorium.
Paul Paray will conduct. The
pair will be heard in Mozart's
C major Concerto (K.299). Also
on , the program will be Wag-
ner's Overture to "Tannhauser"
and Tchaikovsky's Symphony
No. 4 in F minor.
* * *
Anthony Wedgwood Benn,
"the reluctant peer" who is
fighting to maintain his political
life in the House of Commons,
will discuss current world af-
fairs at DETROIT TOWN
HALL 11 a.m. Wednesday at
Fisher Theater. Tickets will be
available at the -box office the
morning of the program.
* * *
KENNETH JEWEL CHO-
RALE, formerly Grant Williams
Chorale, will present a concert
8:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at• the Com-
munity Arts Auditorium, Wayne
State University. James Tocco,
featured piano soloist, will per-
form Ravel's "Ondine" and Cho-
pin's "Scherzo in B-flat Minor,
Opus 31."

Loves Celebrate
50th Anniversary

The golden wedding anniver-
sary of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
C. Love was observed recently
at a cocktail supper hosted by
their children, Dr. and Mrs.
Sam S. Willis and Mr. and Mrs.
Richard N. Love.
About 75 guests attended the
affair at the Willis residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goldman and
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Goldman
of Charleston, W. Va., were in
attendance.

Brandeis Women to Celebrate 15th
Birthday with Symphony Concert

IERWI N
KANTER

In celebration of the 15th by mail order, and may also
birthday of Brandeis Univer- be ordered through the Com-
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
sity, the Detroit C h a p t e r, mittee or Chapter members.
LI 8-5313
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee, is present
ing the Detroit Symphony
WHAT ,, EVERY YOUNG LADY SHOULD KNOW
Orchestra in a special concert
about the Ritualarium
3:30 p.m. Nov. 25 at Ford Audi-
torium.
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Seiji Ozawa, a former assist-
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harmonic, will be the guest
conductor. Coleman Blumfield,
pianist, artist-in-residence at
Flint, will be the guest soloist.'
Mrs. Theodore (Loris) Birnk-
rant, general chair m a n, is
assisted by Mesdames Bert
Colman, Milton Doner, William
Gershenson, Jacob Kellman,
Leo Mellen and Ernest J.
Schwartz.
Mrs. Eugene Sims, president,
states: "This is not a fund-
raising event. The Women's
Committee does not engage in
drives for this purpose. Al-
though the Women's Committee
is pledged to completely sup-
port the Brandeis University
Library, we raise our funds
through annual and life mem-
berships, and through volun-
tary contributions. The money
received is used for mainte-
nance, equipment, expansion
and salaries of personnel as
well as for the purchase of
books."
Mrs. Birnkrant advises that
all seats are priced under the
Symphony's special concert
prices.
These seats are being sold
at the Detroit Symphony Box
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Ralph Miller.
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