100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

January 25, 1963 - Image 19

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-25

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

activities in Society

I

Kash-Hochman
Troth Announced

After a 21/2 year stay in Miami Beach, Fla., Mr .and Mrs.
Jerome L. Vikser and children have returned to Detroit and
have taken up residence at 20123 Lauder Ave. He has returned
to the practice of law with offices at 2429 Cadillac Tower.

News Brevities

Laden with critical acclaim,
the epic "LAWRENCE OF ARA-
BIA" sweeps into Madison The-
ater Wednesday for what prom-
ises to be one of the longest runs
in Detroit history. Produced by
Sam Spiegel and David Lean —
the pair who last teamed on the
successful "Bridge on the River
Kwai"—the film stars an im-
pressiVe list of established per-
formers—plus one bright new
addition: Peter O'Toole. Alec
Guinness is seen as Prince Fei-
sal. Jose Ferrer portrays a
sadistic Turkish governor.
* * *
An exhibition of the paintings
of JEAN de BOTTON opened at
the Anna L. Werbe Galleries,
19458 Livernois, on Sunday.

ntnen's

MISS HARRIET KASH

Mr. and Mrs. Isidore J. Kash
of Parklawn Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Harriet Frances,
to Lyle Dennis Hochman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hochman
of Ferguson Ave.
The future bridegroom is a
student at Ferris Institute of
Technology, where he is affili-
ated with Alpha Phi Omega
fraternity. An Oct. 20 wedding
is planned.

Biased Resort
Ads Protested

Music the Stein-Way

eiicis

(Continued from Page 15)
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold a paid-up membership
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Feb. 6 at
the Labor Zionist Institute, an-
nounces Mrs. J. Serling, mem-
bership chairman. New members
and life members will be wel-
comed by President Mrs. B.
Zarenkin. Program will consist
of a play, "The Jew in Exile is
Awakened," written by Mrs. Dora
Dworkin. Guests are invited.
* *

Detroit attorney Leonard S. Herman, 20225 Greenview, has
just returned from an extensive tour of British Honduras as a
representative of a syndicate of American investors who have
obtained an exclusive license from the British government to
build the only deep water harbor and free port facilities in all
of British Honduras.

CRITERION CLUB will pre-
sent the reenactment of a
murder trial, to be directed by
John W. Coury, chief trial
lawyer of the Wayne County
Prosecutor's Office, 8:15 p.m.
Sunday at the Jewish Center.
Refreshments and dancing to
the music of "The Stylists" will
follow. The public is invited.
s.
* *
Detroit's origin al coffee-
house theater, the STABLES
THEATER, enters its second
year on Feb. 2 and is marking
this event with . a production of
Edward Albee's play "The Zoo
Story" and Tennessee Williams'
tour-de-force "Hello From Ber-
tha." The opening was on Jan.
24 and the plays will run through
Feb. 16.
* *
Fifty courses will be offered
at DROPSIE COLLEGE, Phila-
delphia, during the Spring se-
mester, according to Dr. Abra-
ham A. Neuman, president of
the college. Registration will
take place Feb. 1. Classes begin
Feb. 4.

11•A

TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD will present the first in
a series of six lectures on "De-
cisive Movements in the Jewish
Past" 11 a.m. Feb. 12 at the
Temple. Dr. Richard C. Hertz
will lecture on Feb. 12, 19 and
26. Rabbi Harold D. Hahn will
lecture on March 5, 12 and 19.
Subject for the first lecture is
"The Prophetic Movement: The
Message of God in an Age of
Crisis."
* * *

JUNIOR LEAGUE OF CHIL-
DREN'S ASTHMA RESEARCH
INSTITUTE A N D HOSPITAL
will present the benefit perform-
ance of "An Evening with Mau-
rice Chevalier" 8 p.m. Feb. 27
at the Fisher Theater. For
tickets, call Howard Passman,
UN 1-7004.

DICK STEIN

0-3

& ORCHESTRA

tri

LI 7-2770

g

MADE TO ORDER
or READY MADE

CALL ANNA KARBAL

• •

ri
"

rh

LI 2-0874

L/2

5,

5 .4

a

and ENTERTAINMENT

BY

HAL GORDON

UN 3-5730
UN 3-8982
A.4131,1111151,11
,_

0•3

HOROWITZ
CATERING

BLAIR STUDIO

-9797

0-3

PLASTIC FURNITURE
COVERS

The Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith called on Attorney
General Frank Kelley to utilize
his newly-formed civil rights
Max Schrut
task force to initiate appropri-
Mrs. Edward Wishnetsky,
For Good Photographs
ate action to prevent- a former
At Your Favorite
president of the Women's Auxil-
and Prompt Service
president of the West Michigan
Hall or Synagogue
iary . of the Jewish National
Call me at
Tourist Assn. from further dis-
-Fund an-
tribution of resort advertising
nounced this
* * *
literature bearing discriminatory
week that all statements.
In ADOLF SCHERBAUM, the
Member of
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
previous stand-
first trumpeter of the NDR Sym-
G. Vernon Leopold, chairman
We Come to Your Home
ards in sup-
Kosher Caterers Ass'n.
With Samples
phony Orchestra of Hamburg
port of the of the ADL civil rights commit-
of Metropolitan Detroit
TY 5-8805
UN 4.6845
which will appear at the Masonic
JNF, for rec- tee, in a letter addressed to the
Auditorium tonight, Detroiters
lamation a n d attorney general, forwarded cop- attee••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
will see and hear a musician who
•;
reafforestation ies of the 1963 advertising bro- •
GEORGE GREEN PROUDLY PRESENTS:
has become a legend in his own

work in Israel, chure utilized by J. J. Bachunas, ••
lifetime. He is the world's fore-

MY SON, THE BANDLEADER,
are being ad- owner of Tabor Farms, Sodas, •

most master of the classical

hered to at Mich. The brochure in question •

trumpet. Shorter than the mod- Mrs. Wishnetskythis year's an- includes an application form for •
ern trumpet, this brass-instru- nual donor event.
reservations at Tabor Farms re-
ment, also known as the Bach
LI 8 4432
The yearly donor tea will be questing information concerning •

or baroque trumpet, requires held at noon next Tuesday, at religion, race and color of the Upottem•••••••••••••ssometbeomedeoompeo#
leather lungs and iron control. Temple Israel, with Dr. Joseph persons seeking reservations. The
* *
P. Sternstein as guest speaker letter stated that the League be-
Qualified architects, engineers and Marjorie Gordon as guest lieves that such advertising is in
contravention of the Michigan
and draftsmen will vie for nine artist.
Our qualified professional photographers will
cash awards totaling $1,000 in
Reservations for the annual Civil Rights Act, as it applies
record your party properly and efficiently.
the annual M.S.A. - SMCAD event and donor contributions to public accommodations.
"Quality and Service Always"
Draftsmen's Competition. Spon- still are being taken by Mrs.
Leopold pointed to the fact
sored by the Sheet Metal Con- Wishnetsky, DI 1- 2411; Mrs. that on June 19, 1959, Ronald
tractors Association of Detroit George L erne r, fund - raising H. Lange, prosecuting attorney
Industry Fund, the competition chairman, UN 2-7438, and Mrs. for Berrien County, had writ-
UN 2-0200
UN 3-8532
Ask about Living Color
will be held in conjunction with Sol Lifsitz, DI 1-0622.
ten Bachunas, advising him of
We are happy to show samples on request.
the MICHIGAN SOCIETY OF
the law, and referring to the
ARCHITECTS' 49th annual con- Covensky, Rabbi Hahn reservation blank portion of the
******* *************************************i
vention in Detroit, March 6-7-8.
advertisement containing ques-
-Or
Deadline for entries is Feb. 15. to Address Bnai Brith
tions concerning religion, race,
Draftsman Competition Chair-
and color of applicants. Bachunas
Women's
Conference
man SAMUEL D. POPKIN ex-
was ordered to desist from using
The Adult Jewish Education
plained that the purpose of the
biased resort advertising.
Committee
of
the
Bnai
Brith
competition is to stimulate in-
terest in the techniques of archi- Women's Council will present
-0(
tectural and engineering draft- Dr. Milton Covensky of Wayne Continental Salons Will
FRESH FISH DAILY
* LIVE JUMBO
State University and Rabbi Har-
ing.
Present
Fashion
Show
* * *
old D. Halm of Temple Beth El
Responding to many recent as guest speakers at the annual Benefit- for Institute
* FRESH
requests, GOODWILL INDUS- all-day "Conference on Juda-
Continental Hair Fashions will
TRIES of Greater Detroit has ism" Feb. 6 at the Jewish Center present its second annual hair
Oak Park Branch, 15110 W. Ten and fashion show the evening,
installed a colonial corner (an- Mile.
of Feb. 4 at the Sholem Alei-
tiques department) in its retail
Covensky will speak on "Psy- chem Institute.
store at 6522 Brush, thus ful-
chology
in
Religion"
and
Rabbi
filling a cherished dream of col-
Included will be clothes, furs
Hahn's topic will be "A World
lectors, housewives, and dealers
and accessories, wigs and the
We
Never
Made;
The
Jew
Leaves
Lb.
4(
alike.
latest in hair styles. A "Cin-
the Ghetto."
* * •
4(
derella
Girl"
will
be
selected
For luncheon reservations, call
George Youngerman, sales di- Mrs. Hyman Fox, chairman, UN from the audience for the "full
4(
rector for Goodwill Industries, 3-0876, or Mrs. Morris Fishkin, beauty treatment." Skits relat-
and Milton Hunter, supervisor of co-chairman.
ing to the beauty business will
furniture repair and responsible
also be featured. Proceeds will
4(
All Flavors. . 1 1::
for renewing these old pieces to
go to the Sholem Aleichem In-
Gan-Israel
Accepting
stitute. Tickets are available at
their original beauty, cordially
Continental salons or at the In-
invite the public to visit this Bids for Scholarships
Goodwill antiques center.
The Central Organization for stitute.
*
*
J e w i s h Education announces
4(
Kosher Killed
The DETROIT FEDERA- that registration has begun for Show Yiddish Film
lb.
TION OF MUSICIANS will its Camp Gan-Israel at Linden.
*
The Workmen's Circle will
*
launch a campaign to bring Applicants for scholarships are present Peretz Hirshbein's Yid-
*
back and stimulate interest in advised to file before Feb. 15, dish film classic "Green Fields"
*
*
Above Specials Good Jan. 25 thru Jan. 31
large dance orchestras with a according to Charles E. Fein- 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Joseph
*
dance featuring six prominent berg, chairman of the camping Bernstein Auditorium, 18340 W.
it
4(
13400 W. 7 MILE RD. cor. Snowden
orchestras, playing in rotation, committee. Write to Camp Gan- Seven Mile. Tickets are available
8 p.m. Monday at the Latin Israel, 17506 Wyoming. For in- at the Workmen's Circle office.
FREE DELIVERY
AMPLE PARKING 4(
Quarter.
ji.
formation, call 869-0334.
For information, call KE 7-5440. r****
ic

JNF Auxiliary
Donor Tuesday

ca

MIKE GREEN • • •

-

CHOOSE WITH CONFIDENCE!

JACK GORBACK Photography

SHOP AND SAVE AT ...

REISMAN'S MARKET

CARP
it. RED SNAPPER

Lb. ZS

`

1

Lb. 595 c
PEP-E PICKLED SCHMALTZ HERRING .;:,r 3. 89c
CHICAGO KOSHER SALAMI
75c
.
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR
Bag 49c
HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS ... 3 caps 3 5c
JOYVA HALVAH ..
29c
U. S. NO. I IDAHO POTATOES
7: 59c

FANCY FRYERS .

****************************************1

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan