Gail Lipson Will
Wed Steven Wolf
Highland Park's Engagement Told
Cancer Foundation Enlists Aid of Jewish
Community in Annual Education Drive
The Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion of Greater Detroit, a Torch
Drive agency, has named Mrs.
David Grosberg as regional
chairman of the 1963 educa-
tional crusade against catastro-
Mrs. Grosberg, 19157 Little-
field, is • recruiting volunteer
women from the Jewish com-
munity to help in the dissemi-
nation of information as part
of the Foundation's annual life-
saving program in cancer con-
President Kennedy has pro-
claimed April as Cancer Con-
trol Month. The Foundation has
set aside March 24 through
April 6 for volunteers to con-
tactt their neighbors with ques-
tionnaires in a house-to-house
survey to determine the atti-
tude of the public toward can-
cer, the extent of , personal
knowledge of the disease and
the adequacy of the Michigan
Cancer Foundation's cancer
control program in Southeast-
The Foundation conducts a
program of education against
development of cancer, service
to cancer patients and their
families and financial supportt
of "cancer research in Wayne,
Oakland, Macomb and Monroe
Mrs. Grosberg has appointed
three women as division chair-
men. They are Mesdames Harry
Glassman, 16259 Turner; Ju-
lius Ring, 19978 Snowden; and
Harold Robinson, 18262 Muir:-
land. Those who wish to offer
their services may contact any
of the above women.
In appreciation of his serv-
ices to the city, Highland Park
has named Benjamin Levinson,
president of the Franklin Mort-
gage Corporation, an "Honorary
Citizen. of Highland Park."
During a brief ceremony at a
Council session, Mayor Storen
presented a plaque to Levinson.
The 513-year-old POZNAN
The inscription expressed the
CHOIR of Poland will be pre
city's appreciation for Levin-
sented to Detroiters for the first
son's services, particularly his
time at 3 p.m.. Sunday, March
counsel and guidance in invest-
31, at Masonic Auditorium. It is
ments for the City Employees
composed of 50 boys and 25
Retirement System, and wel-
comed him into the "Highland
For the past several years,
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MISS GAIL LIPSON
Levinson has invested City Em-
Ask the Folks Who've Hod
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Lip- ployees Retirement System
son of Miami Beach, Fla., an- funds in U. S. government in-
and His Orchestra
nounce the engagement of their
MISS BARBARA FRANK
Levinson has pointed out the
daughter, Gail Harriet, to Steven
Michael Wolf, son of Mr. and initial investment was $100,000
in this type of investment and,
Mrs. Morris Wolf of Oak Park.
Stoepel Ave. announce the en-
Both. -attend Eastern Michigan to date, the City of Highland gagement of their daughter, Bar-
University and he Will.erir011 m
bara Sue, to Stuart Terry Pearl-
the University of Detroit Dental million in FHA insured mort- man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
School in the fall.
Employees Retirement System Pearlman of Indiana Ave.
The bride-elect is a student at
5 1/4 per cent interest.
For fine color movies
Mayor Storen also commend- Wayne State University. Her
ed Levinson for his wide range fiance is a graduate of Wayne
of your wedding
of services to the metropolitan State's School of Business Ad-
FOR THE ULTIMATE
community and beyond. In addi-
IN GOOD MUSIC
tion to being a leader in mort- ated with Alpha Kappa Psi pro-
gage finance, he is a Michigan fessional fraternity.
Industrial Ambassador, a trus-
And His Orchestra
tee of Maryglade College, an
Ambassador of Yeshiva Univer-
sity in New York, and former
By Bruce Kriegel
legislative adviser for Wayne
MOSAIC LODGE, F. & A. M.,
State University and the Uni will hold a dinner honoring Jun-
next year's - foreign exchange versity of Detroit.
Several years ago, Levinson ior Warden Mitchell Goldstone,
student, = the American Field
6:30 p.m. March 20, at the Ma-
in Rome, where he had a sonic Temple. Circuit Judge
Service Conimittee will sponsor
a Berniuda Day and Work Day
Nathan J. Kaufman will be guest
in: early' May.-•By purchasing - a:
speaker. The public is invited,
license, -students are allowed to Medal from him for his activi- according to Dr. Nathan Star-
wear Bermuda shorts. -The Work ties and contributions to Cath- man, worshipful master. Res-
Day consists of students who
ervations should be made with
volunteer their time performing - cation.
Morris Watnick, 17153 Indiana,
chores and Washing cars in an
for a full course steak or fish
effort to raise funds for A.F.S. Gold Medal from Wayne State dinner. -
This year's foreign exchange University and a Citation for
student,._ Jogge Szauer, is from distinguished services to Wayne
The.True International Touch!
State. .e • -
One of Levinson's great inter-
Rehearsals are now being held ests is his work with veterans'
for the spring -play, "The Thread groups. Among _many other
That Runs So True" which will honors, he has been named
ind his 1330.4C.
be presented in the school audi- "Man of the Year" by the Michi-
torium on March 28 and 29. gan Department of AMVETS,
The • east • includes Terry Ab- whom he has served as mort-
Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10:30-5:30 P.M.
Telephone UN 1-9370
rams, Lori Berman, Sheila Bih- gage adviser for a number of
ary, Lynne Kane, Jan Kamienny, years. He has been honored by
Jo Anne Katanick, Dorothy the Allied Veterans Council of
Kleczynski, Laurie Levine, Sue Wayne County.
Losh, Elaine Rawsky, Sema
Smith, Lynne Stevelberg, Marla
Stevelberg, Conny Van Dyke `Two For The Seesaw'
and Diane Warnick.
Opens at Mercury
Male members include Joe
"Two For The Seesaw," the
Guerrieri, Richard Kasmer, Neal
Herman, Dennis Kosofsky, Bruce heartwarming a n d hilarious
Kriegel, Cliff Levine, Neil Nad- story of a square from Nebr2ica
ler, Marty Rosen, Mike Salter, and an off-beat doll from Green-
Joel Schaumberg and Ben Van wich Village, comes bubbling to
Dyke. Terry Littman 'is student the screen via a record run on
Takes Pleasure in
director and Robert Wurdock is the Broadway stage.
Starring Robert Mitchum and
Shirley MacLaine, the picture,
Varsity members of the chess filmed in Panavision, which
club will be awarded pins in Academy Award nominee Rob-
recognition of their outstanding ert Wise dire c•t e d, opened
record (6-0-1) during the past Wednesday at the Mercury The-
season. Varsity members in- ater, Schaefer at McNichols.
the Appointment of
clude Leonard Schnider, Allen
Mitchum plays Jerry Ryan,
Russel, George Sternbach, Larry the slightly square guy from
Shulman, Jerry Shatzman, Ron Omaha, who's never really seen
Atlas, and Paul Weiss.
a girl like Gittel Mosca before
Dr. Elroy Woolf recently ad- —Gittel being a gal who can be
Be a guest at your own Seder!
dressed the Medical Careers most quickly and aptly describ-
the cooking to us!
Club. Dr. Woolf discussed the ed as someone like Shirley Mac-
-many phases of dentistry in- Laine. In dramatic terms, Gittel
cluding the various different —the gal from the Bronx who
fields of oral hygiene. Al War- lives in Greenwich Village—is
nick, a research scientist for considered one of the greatest
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As assistant to Mr. Baum towards
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READY TO BE WARMED
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• Bar Mitzvahs
at Park Gallery, 20090 Liver- Otto Silvers, parade chairman
nois. Appel's work is exhibited 1962 convention; Albert Rosen,
- throughout Europe, Asia, North department commander; Bernard
and South America. He is the Miller, JWV champion blood
holder of the $10,000 Interna- donor with 52 pints; and Morris
tional Guggenheim Prize of Simon, past commander, at its
WHAT EVERY BRIDE
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UNTIL MARCH 30