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February 22, 1963 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 22; 1 963 20



Marie Syrkin to Lecture at Annual
Histadrut Mid-Campaign Roll Call

Histadrut will present Marie
Syrkin, professor of English and
Humanities at Brandeis Univer-
sity, in a lecture Tuesday eve-
ning at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute.
Miss Syrkin is the editor of
the "Jewish Frontier" and au-
thor of several books, including

Weinstein-Gorstein
Engagement Told

Feinberg Gift of I. S. Cane Named on
Fcost's -Poetry in Hous'g CommiSsion
Irving S. Cane. of 19736
Hebrew U Show - cheyenne, well known local real

book published in 1961 is the
biography . of her father, the
estate dealer, was named on
Zionist theoretician. Nachman
First editions of the poetry of Tuesday
by -
Syrkin.
the late Robert Frost were Mayor
Jerome
Dr. Benjamin Darsky, associ-
placed on exhibition in Jerusa- Cavanagh
as a
lem this week.
ate professor of Sociology at the
member
of
U. of M. and author of "Compre-
The manuscripts. were pre- the Detroit'
hensive Medical Services Under
sented to the Hebrew University Housing
Com-
by the noted Detroit collector, miss ion.
Voluntary Health Insurance,"
He
Charles E. Feinberg.
will introduce Miss Syrkin.
succeeds
Don-
The 50 bibliophile items are ald D. Lublin.
Morris Lieberman, chairman
of the Detroit Israel Histadrut
being shown at the Hebrew Uni-
Cane is a
versity.
Campaign, has called upon His-
former state
tadrut volunteers to complete
commander of
Cane
their assignments and to bring
-UJA Women in N.Y.
the Jewish War Veterans and
the returns to this event, the
is one of Michigan's most ac-
Raise $1,275,000
annual mid-campaign roll call.
Admission is free and by invi-
NEW YORK (JTA) — The tive JWV leaders. He is active
tation only.
25th year of campaigning for in many other movements and
Reservations may be made by
the United Jewish Appeal of is presently serving as cam-
calling UN 4-7094 or by writing MISS SANDRA WEINSTEIN Greater New York opened Mon- paign manager. for Common
Pleas Court Judge Joseph J.
to the Histadrut office, 19161
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wein- day with a rally of 3,000 Pernick.
Schaefer. A social hour and re-
Women's
Division
volunteers
at
stein of Steel Ave. have an-
freshments will follow.
flounced the engagement of the Americana Hotel, followed
their daughter, Sandra, to Nor- by two luncheons at which 600
Jewish Parents Group man
' leading con-
Gorstein, son of Mrs. Anna of the divisions
Sheldon
Rott
and his
Teen, Adult Members
Gorstein. A March 3 wedding tributors announced gifts total-
ing $1,275,000.
is planned.
MARIE SYRKIN
ORCHESTRA
Present Music Event
Peace Corps Director Robert
"Music As You Like It" ilif"
J
HOME:
"Blessed is the Match," "Your
Shriver, Jr., received the first
The Jewish Parents Institute
OFFICE:
LI 7.0896
School, Your Children," and will present a musical program l Kent and Pernick Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial
U 5-2737
"Way of Valor," a biography of in honor of Jewish Music Month
Award. Mrs. Roosevelt's son,
Golda Mein Her most recent 9 p.m. March 2 at the Jewish Are Renomm ated Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., new-
Center.
ly appointed Undersecretary of .rti:›3* , :x.:‹vwx:x.o.xxstwx..xx.
Judges George D. Kent and Commerce, made the presenta- ig PLASTIC FURNITURE -
The performers will consist of
its adult and teen members. The Joseph J. Pernick were renomi- tion on behalf of the New York ( '1
COVERS
Sid Shmarak's
program will present Mrs. Milton nated for the Common Pleas UJA Women's Division.
MADE TO ORDER
4'
el
or READY MADE
Bates, soprano; Mrs. Morton bench at the Primary Election
The award, given for "no-
Eden, pianist; Tanah Freedman, on Monday.
table achievement in enhancing
CALL
ANNA KARBAL -
Judge Kent headed the candi- the dignity of man, in keeping Xi
violinist; Dr. Louis Kaufman,
LI 2-0874
r
■ /,
flutist; Eugene Agins, mandolin; dates' list with 43,382 votes, and with the life-long ideals of Mrs. r.SX::itt<X#27..KW::::if*X>M<>1.14:5
Judge
Pernick
was
a
close
sec-
Want to get away for a few Dr, Zalman Konikow, pianist;
Franklin D. Roosevelt," in the
days? The Park Shelton Hotel The Kinders Trio, folk singers; ond with 43,325.
form of a silver plaque, com-
For the HY Spot
Another candidate on the same memorates Mrs. Roosevelt's
is offering a special "HOLI- Mrs. Sidney Verier, Mrs. Jerry
Of Your Affair
DAY WEEKEND," for yourself Sillman, and Mrs. Morton Eden, ticket, Meyer R. Rubin, received long-standing interest in causes
and spouse for two or three recorder trio; Lois Berman and 10,158 votes. Running on another aided by UJA, and her frequent
Music by
days—Saturday a.m. to Sunday Alan Ellis, dancers. Dr. Melvin . cket, on which Judge Farmer participation in its activities. I
p.m., or Friday a.m. to Sunday Cohen will lead community sing- was renominated for the Com- It was presented to Shriver in
Hy Herman
p.m. For information call the ing with guitar accompaniment. mon Pleas CoUrt, William S. recognition of the accomplish-
And His Orchestra
manager or assistant manager
The evening was arranged by Plotnick received 9,075 votes. ments of Peace Corps volun-
formerly with Mickey Woolf
Alvin
Iwrey
polled
1,013
votes
at TR 5-9500.
Dr. Zalman Konikow, Aaron
BR 2-5447
teers in helping the people of
* * *
Sherman and Harold Gales. Mrs. in the race for the Common underdeveloped lands make
• Distinctive Ceremonies
Council.
Arnold
Axelrod
and
Mrs.
Aaron
a Specialty!
Wyn & Harold Landis' new
Hundreds of well-wishers progress toward better lives.
restaurant and cocktail lounge, Sherman are in charge of the visited the Kent and Pernick
food
arrangements.
THE FLAGPOLE, located at
homes on election night to
when you care enough to remember .
15509 Livernois, just north of
congratulate them on their
the John Lodge Expressway, is
victories.
open Monday through Friday
The party at the Pernick
from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for
home, at 18300 Greenlawn, was
lunches, and for cocktails 'till 7,
especially festive. More than
with ample parking adjoining
300
relatives and friends came
the restaurant. Newly remodel-
by HERMAN JAFFEE
to congratulate the successful
ed and decorated, the warm in-
judicial
candidate.
Governor
LI 2-6373
timate room is available for pri- Feb. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs. Swainson, who for 10 'years
Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Home Portraits
vate parties and business gath- 'Richard L. Coskey (Pauline was associated with Pernick,
Member Northwest Professional Photographers Guild
erings during the evening and prepsk-) of 13330 Dartmouth, whom he appointed to t h e
over the weekend. Wyn and Oak Park, a son, Irwin Lowell. judgeship last December, was
Harold. well known caterers in * * *
among the first to call to con-
the community also operate the
Feb. 14 — To. Mr. and Mrs. gratulate him.
HARBOR on the riverfront dur• Joseph F. Hirsch (Elaine Ham
Pernick's parents, Mr. and
ing the summer months. For in- merstein), 23701 Wildwood, Mrs.
Maurice Pernick, were
ARE NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR OUR FAMOUS
formation, call 863-9809.
there.
The judge was able to
Oak
Park,
a
daughter,
Jennifer
* * *
PASSOVER SEDORIM — MONDAY & TUESDAY NIGHTS —
pass on the guests' congratula-
Susan.
* * *
T. W. GRANT of 20010 Jas.1
tions to them in sign language,
APRIL 8th and 9th. CALL UN 3-4351 FOR RIESERVATIONS.
Couzens has gone to New York I Feb. 14 — To Mr. and Mrs. having learned it in order to
"fishing for bargains" for his Gerald Katz (Janice Fuerst), converse with his parents, both
We Still Have a Few Choice Dates Available For Bar Mitzvah,
customers. He will re-open on 17160 Lee, Southfield, a daugh- deaf mutes.
Showers, Weddings, Etc. at Your Home, Hall, Synagcgue or in
Judges Kent and Pernick now
Monday, March 4. ter, Lori Jo.
Our Beautiful Terrace Room.
* * *
must campaign for election
Feb. 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Lee against two opponents, ballot-
Reedmmended by Physicians
18451 Wyoming Avenue
Stein (Ellen Katzman), 1851 ing: to be on April 1.
Villa, Birmingham, a son, Eric
I Anthony.
League of Jewish
• * *
Women's
Groups Are
Expert Mohel
Feb. 12—To Mr. and Mrs.
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
John
Fell-
of
Livonia,
a
son,
Cited for Exhibits
LI 2 - 4444
LI 1 - 9769
John Kevin.
The League of Jewish Worn- -
• * *
I en's Organizations has awarded
Feb. 9 — To Mr. and Mrs. citations to affiliated groups for
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
Phillip York (Norma Silver), outstanding exhibits which por-
COCKTAIL LOUNGE, DINING ROOM, COFFEE SHOP
RABBI
19920 Westbrook, a daughter, frayed their growth, announced
PIANO BAR, BANQUET MURAL ROOM AVAILABLE
Marcy Denise.
Mrs. Martin Naimark, League
JAMES COUZENS AT GREENFIELD
* * *
president.
Feb.
9 --- To Dr. and Mrs.
The exhibit was held at the
Featuring:
FE 4-4149
FE 4-8266
Bernard J. Fogel (Judith Sir- recent 35th annual League meet-
Serving - in Hospitals and Homes
bu), formerly of Detroit, now ing.
residing at 322 Jewel St., New
Winners include Mai Brith,
Orleans, La., a son, Kenneth first prize for originality; Home
REV.
Alan.
for Aged Women's Auxiliary,
* *
first prize for artistic quality;
Feb. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs. Sinai Hospital Women's Guild,
MOHEL
Sy Warshawsky (Geraldine Her- honorable mention for artistic
Serving at Homes and Hospitals
man), 19358 Montrose, a daugh- quality; Detroit Women of Al-
DI 1-9909
ter, Cheryl Ann.
pha Omega Dental Fraternity,
* * *
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
first prize for content; Sinai
Feb.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hospital Women's Guild, popu-
RABBI CHASKEL
Madvin (Buzzy Seyburn), a son, lar vote winner.
BOWLERS • COME DRESSED AS YOU 'ARE!
Andrew S.
GRUBNER
* * *.
Ample Free
HARRY BOESKY
Manoah was an ignoramus. for
SPECIALIZED MOHEL
BR 2-0644
Feb. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Rob- he followed the dictates of his
Your Host
Parking
Recommended by Physicians
ert M. Komorn (Judith Katz), wife not only in household mat-
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
.Ann Arbor, a daughter, Sherri ters, but also in worldly affairs.
3298 Sturtevant TU 3-1441
Lynne.
—Be racho th 61.

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