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March 22, 1963 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-22

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Maimonides Women Donor Lunch Abbey Convalescent
Nursing, Geriatric
Will Benefit Medical Endeavors

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The Women's Auxiliary of the Maimonides Medical Society
will hold its donor luncheon Tuesday at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel. Chairmen planning the event are shown above. They are,
from left, Mesdames Alfred Klein, Charles Giltlin, Saul Sakwa,
Leonard !Raking, Eugene Plous and Sanford Bennet. The 16th
annual donor affair will provide funds for medical scholarships
locally and in Israel, aid to handicapped children and other
medically oriented endeavors. The luncheon will be high-
lighted by a fashion show and prizes.

$12 Million Sale
Mortgages Sets
Levinson Record

Benjamin Levinson, president,
Franklin Mortgage Corporation,
has completed the largest sale
of mortgages of his 25 year's
experience.
• Last week, he bought and
sold, from the "FNMA" port-
folio, over $12 million in both
FHA and GI mortgages.
The sale was made to five
principal banking institutions,
four in the New York area, and
one in the Midwest.
The Franklin Mortgage Cor-
poration is servicing over $65
million in FHA, VA and con-
ventional type mortgages.

Bar Mitzvahs I

JWV Activities

DEPARTMENT OF MICHI-
GAN, Auxiliary, will present
Ceil Schwartz, national JWVA
president, at its 16th annual
goodwill tea 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at Cong. Ahavas Achim.
Mrs. Schwartz will also be hon-
ored at a dinner the preceding
evening at the Kenwood Lounge
announces Mrs. Sidney Cohen,
president of the JWVA, Depart-
ment of Michigan.
* * *
ROBERT J. RAFELSON
AUXILIARY will present its
third annual fund-raising fash-
ion show 8:30 p.m. April 1 at
Holiday Manor. Chairman, past
president Mrs. Harry Partrich,
says fashions and furs will be
modeled. Mrs. David Broder,
president, announces .commit-
tees: decOrations, Mrs. Norman
Appleton; tickets, Mrs. Milton
Rose; refreshments, Mrs.
George Aaron; prizes, Mrs.
Bernard Schwartz, and co-
ordination, Mrs. Frances Rafel-
son.
* * *
SGT. MORTON A. SILVER-
MAN AUXILIARY will hold
nomination of officers 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Marvin Adler, 19744 Cheyenne.
A social hour with refreshments
will follow.

The Bar Mitzvah of Stewart
Lee Shusterman, son of Mrs.
Frances Shusterman and the
late Eli L. Shusterman, will be
observed Saturday at Cong.
Bnai Moshe.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell M.
Feller, 16217 Hilton, Southfield,
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, James Steven, will be
observed 9 a.m. March 30 at
Adas Sholom Synagogue.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. David Kahan of
Oakwood Dr., Oak Park, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Martin Arthur, will be ob-
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS DE-
served at Cong. Bnai David.
TROIT LODGE will hold a "Civic
Affairs Night" for the public
Announce 2 New
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at 15787 Wy-
oming. John McCauley and Tom
Passerman Granti
Downs, both Con-Con delegates,
Two new $100 scholarships will speak on the proposed con-
have been added to the Julius stitution. C. W. Rhodes of the
Passerman's Lincoln Drugs Inc. Board of Education will speak
Scholarship program.
One will go to -a graduate of on the school bond and millage
Our Lady of LaSallette Paro- proposal.
chial School, Berkley; and one
to a graduate of Our Lady of `Freud' Receives
Fatima Parochial School, Oak
Park, the recipients to be se- Photoplay Award
lected by the school adminis-
aohn Huston's production of
trators.
`Freud"—now here at the Krim
Theater—has been selected as
the recipient • of Ph otoplay's
Gold Medal Award for April as
a movie of profound insight and
excitement, daring in its prob-
ing of the human spirit.
"Freud" has also been picked
as the official U.S. entry at the
Berlin Film Festival opening
June 21. Selection of "Freud"
TRY LAVAL'S SUPER-SET
for showing in Berlin shows
courage and imagination on the
BEER SHAMPOO
part of Fred Zinnemann and
"Hair Just Loves It"
the Hollywood Guilds Festival
• Grooms, adds extra body
Committee, because it was in
• No after sprays or wave sets
Greater Germany that Prof.
needed
Sigmund Freud not only was to-
• Eliminates oil . . . removes
dandruff
tally rejected by the medical
• Cleans and conditions the hair
authorities but also laughed at
• Contains protein PLUS . . .
and finally deported as racially
healthful
inferior.
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building is climatically con-
trolled and the most modern
safety devices for the aged and
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Moreover, Abbey is equipped
and staffed to handle paralytics,
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is on the premises. Beauty and
barber facilities are also avail-
able.

Dr. John Stone, assistant pro-
fessor of dentistry at the Univer-
sity of Detroit Dental School,
will speak to Chi and Alpha Nu
Chapters, Alpha Omega Frater-
nity Parents Clubs, 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the Raleigh House,
18641 Wyoming.
"The Dentist -as a Total Man,"
will be Dr. Stone's topic. Stu-
dents, wives and dates are in-
vited. A coffee hour will follow
the talk.

The Jewish Center announc-
ed that the Older Adult Council
will present Zalmen Zylberc-
weig in a humorous lecture,
"Dr. Sholom Aleithem," 1:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Center.
The program is open to Center
members only, free of charge.
Zylbercweig is the editor of
the Lexicon of the Yiddish the-
ater, former editor of the Yid-
disher - Americaner magazine
published by the Day-Morning
Journal, and the author of the
book, "Theatre Mosaics."

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