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March 01, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-01

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Mrs. Romney, Dr. BrowneW Skit-
Will Highlight ORT Day Celebration

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Rehearsing for the original musical skit, "On an Island with
Ort," to be presented at the ORT Day Celebration Wednesday
at the Royal Theater are, from left (forefront) Mesdames
Arnold Tanzman, Earl Krause, (back) Albert Shapiro, Melvin
Schwartz, George Schwartz
* and
* Walter
* Krausse.

The ORT DAY celebration to
be held on Wednesday at the
Royal Theater will mark' the
83rd birthday of the Organiza-
tion for Rehabilitation Through
Training. Doors will open at 1
o'clock for the culminating
membership drive, honoring
new members.
Mrs. Daniel C. Siegel, re-
gional vice-president of mem-

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announcements

Feb. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Kaufman (Carol Spiwak),
19160 -Rensellor, Livonia, a son,
Bruce-. Frederick.
* * *
Feb. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene R. Nabat (Sandra
Weingarden), 18772 Purling-
brook, Livonia, a daughter, Lisa
Ann.
* * *
Feb. 20 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Conrad Goode (Lois Thal, for-
merly of Toledo), 15619 Addi
son, Southfield, a son, Robert
Lawrence.
* * 4:
Feb. 18 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Silverman (Nancy Wil-
liams), 19825 Dorset, Southfield,
a daughter, Linda Susan.
* * *
.
Feb. 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Rachman (Naomi Polukoff),
formerly of Detroit, now residing
at 1709 Springfield Lane, Lans-
ing, a daughter, Sharon Judith.
* * *
Feb. 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Shecter (Joann Smiler), 24714
Rensselaer, Oak Park, twin
sons, Michael Schayel and Ken-
neth Jay.
* * *
Feb. 14 — To Mr. and Mrs.
David Rubin (Marilyn Brenner),
19366 Votrobeck, a daughter,
Judith Lynn.

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bership and ORT Day chairman,
announces that ORT's dis-
tinguished new member, Mrs.
George • Romney, will address
the members and guests at the
special ceremonies. Mrs. Norm-
an Birnkrant, wife of the Aus-
trian Consul, has invited all the
consuls' wives to attend the
ORT Day celebration. A fashion
show will feature clothes from
all over the world. Prizes will
be awarded. Music will be pro-
vided by Hal Gordon.
An original musical skit, "On
an Island with ORT," with a
cast of 12, will be presented
under the direction of Mrs.
i M elvin Schwartz and Mrs. Wal-
ter Krausse. Members of the
cast are Mesdames G e o r g e
S chwartz, jack Golden, Reuben
Donald Ketai, Irving
I ackel, Melvin Schwartz, Earl
Krause, Arnold Tanzman, Wal-
ter Krausse, Albert Shapiro,
Marcel Baker and Mrs:;- Irwin
1
uchalter, pianist.
Mrs. Nathan H. Schlafer,
] resident of the MI chigan
Region, said guests are welcome
1 o the ORT Day celebration and
new members will be admitted
free. Tickets may be obtained
at the door or by calling Mrs.
:
Emil
Waldbott, UN 4-4413. Any-
one wishing to join ORT may
, do so by calling Mrs. Waldbott.
Dr. Samuel Brownell, super-
ntendent of Detroit Schools,
will be another guest on ORT
Day. He will come to compare
Detroit's vocational t r a.ining
problem with ORT's world-wide
network of vocational schools.
Mrs. Schlafer will be inter-
viewed by Lee Murray on the
purpose and functions of ORT
at 1:50 p.m. today over WJR.

Brevities

ELIZABETH DUNN, leading
literary critic and former mag-
azine editor, will discuss "Books
Off the Beaten Path" at her
Detroit Town Hall lecture,
March 6, in Fisher Theater.
* * *
Lillian Hellman's drama
"TOYS IN THE ATTIC" opens
March 7 at the Stables Theater,
22 Charlotte.
* * *
The SAN FRANCISCO BAL-
LET, one of America's top two
companies, has been booked for
Masonic Auditorium and will
appear here March 23, accord-
ing to an announcement by C.
W. Van Lopik, auditorium man-
ager. The San Francisco Ballet
comes to Detroit direct from a
sell-out season in their home
city where an extra perform-
ance of "Nutcracker" had to be
added to meet popular demand.
* * *
Dynamic Serge Jaroff will
stage a spectacle of lusty-voiced
giants, black-booted dancers and
spirited Old World music at the
Masonic Auditorium on March
9 with his DON COSSACK
CHORUS.
* * *
LEUMI SECURITIES CORP.,
a newly formed broker-dealer
firm specializing in Israel se-
curities in New York, has open-
ed offices at 60 Broad St., New
York, to act as broker-dealer,
serving banks, brokers, finan-
cial institutions and other deal-
ers throughout the Western
Hemisphere.
* * *
The first Detroit production
of Edward Albee's "THE AMER-
ICAN DREAM" opens at the
Wayne State University Theatre.
March 8, 8:30, with performances
March 9, 14, 15, 16 and 17.
"THE ZOO STORY," also by
Albee, precedes "The American
Dream" on the same program.
* *
Eight Detroit area community
leaders will serve on the 1963
GEM International Scholarship
Advisory Council Which will
award $2,500 in college scholar-
ships to the children of GEM
members in the Detroit area
who qualify, it was announced
by JERRY SIEGEL, Store Man-
ager of the Roseville GEM store.

•Kvutzah Ivrith WiIJ
Present Pasmanik in
Middle East Lectures

Karabenich-Cohen
Vows Solemnized

Amirom Pasmanik, noted Fs-.
raeli author and Middle East
authority currently on the staff
of. the Midrasha, will deliver a
series of three lectures before
the Kvutzah Ivrith (Hebrew Cul-
ture Society) beginning 9 p.m.
Saturday at the Jewish Center.
This first lecture will deal
with the soil, climate and water
sources in the Middle East. The
second lecture, on the people
of the Middle East, will be held
March 16 at the Center. The
concluding lecture on March 30
at the Center will deal with the
economy, industry and agricul-
ture of the Middle East.
The public is invited to the
lectures, free of charge. Chair-
MRS. STUART KARABENICK man is Norman Ruttenberg. Jo-
At a recent candlelight cere- seph Katz is president and Mor-
mony at Cong. Shaarey Shomay- ris Nobel is education commit-
im in Oak Park, Lucille Cohen tee chairman.
became the bride of Stuart Alan
Karabenick.
The True International Touch!
Parents of the newlyweds are
LondonEssglana,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Cohen of.
New York and Mr. and Mrs.
George Karabenick of Hunting-
And /is 31113SAC •
ton Woods.
The bride wore a lace sheath
gown with taffeta lace-trimmed
train. Judith Cohen was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Judith
Rosenbloom and Ronna Zwern.
Nancy Margolis, Judi Rapoport
and Linda Rapoport were junior
bridesmaids.
Larry Haber was best man and
ushers were Sheldon Adelman,
Aaron Hoffman, Alan Hersko-
vitz, Ronald Lebus and John
Reno. The newlyweds will reside
in Ann Arbor.

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Boasting the greatest star cast
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picture, the long-awaited Metro-
Goldwyn - Mayer - Cinerama pro-
duction, "HOW THE WEST
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elusive engagement at the Cin-
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Increase in Use of
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* * *
Jewish Center Library
AUSTIN A. KANTER, C.L.U.,
A significant increase in the will be moderator of a panel
use of the Henry Meyers Memo- discussion entitled "Live, Die—
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was reported by Morris Fried- thought about adequate life in-
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Committee.
day over WXYZ-TV. The hour-
The circulation of books has long program, under the au-
increased by 2,000 volumes since spices of the Detroit Life Under-
the library opened in 1960. Dur- writers Association, will invite
ing each of the three years since the audience to phone in ques-
the library opened about 600 tions on insurance needs begin-
new books were added to the ning one hour before the show
collection, which now approaches and during the program at 538-
6,000 volumes.
6185.
The addition of a reference
* * *
library emphasizing "the Ameri-
As a prelude to its first Mid-
can Jewish Community" was au- west Concert Tour in four years,
thorized at the last meeting of 45 voices of Wayne State Uni-
versity's MEN'S GLEE CLUB
the Library Committee.
Access to the reference library, will perform a free Pre-Tour
as -well as the general collection, Concert 8 p.m. March 16, in the
is open to the general commu- Community Arts Auditorium on
nity, although circulation is limit- the WSU campus.
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Rebecca Kellman, librarian, said. German-Jewish Inventor
Mortiz Becker, a 19th century
The members of the Library
Committee include Theodore Ba- German-Jewish inventor and in-
ruch, Martin Fern, Sidney Gold:: dustrialist, established the am-
stein, Alfred Greenbaum, Theo- ber industry in East Prussia in
dore Manheim and Lawrence the middle of the nineteenth
century.
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