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April 19, 1963 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-19

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Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hommel of Snowden Ave. will have as
their house guests Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Vellay of Paris, France. Dr.
Vellay will be in Detroit April 29 and 30 and May 1 to address
physicians, Wayne State Medical students and the interested public
on "Psychoprophylaxis in Obstetrics" ("painless childbirth").
Mrs. Sidney J. Karbel, 19630 Stratford, has been named Torch
Drive co-chairman for community business for the central Wayne
unit.
Delegates from 13 cities in the Michigan Region will convene
at the Occidental Hotel, Muskegon, Mich., May 6, 7 and 8, for the
second annual conference of the Michigan Region of Hadassah.
Leaders will exchange ideas and materials on programming, fund-
raising, organization, leadership training, education and committee
dynamics. There will be workshops and inspirational plenary ses-
sons. Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson, of New York, Hadassah's national
treasurer, will be the conference advisor and banquet speaker.
Detroiters participating in the program include Mesdames I. Jerome
Hauser, Morris Wayne, Max Lichter, David Schachter, Max Frank,
Maurice Schiller, Oscar Band and Carl Schiller. Reservations may
still be made through Hadassah Detroit office.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Greenblatt of Linwood Ave. on May
16 will receive their niece from Ilford Essex, England, for a two
week visit. She will be greeted also by her cousins, Sophie and
Bernard.
The Klein Family Club will meet Saturday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin, 2429 Norwood, Trenton.

News Brevities

Despite its recent tragic loss
of three stars, Nashville's
"Grand Ole Opry," in the
"show - must - go - on" tradition,
will make one
of i t s infre-
quent visits to
"yankee - land"
on Sunday,
May 5, and
give three per-
formances a t
Detroit's Con-
vention Arena.
Among the fa-
vorites with
the troupe are
Davis
Minnie Pearl, Webb Pierce,
Skeeter Davis, currently No. 1
in the country music field.
* *
The SOUTH OAKLAND
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA will
be conducted by Wayne Dunlap
in its fourth performance of the
season, Tuesday, 8:15 p.m., at
Oak Park High School. The eve-
ning will feature violinist Josef
Gingold and 'cellist Georges
Miquelle.
* * *
PIANIST ALBERT SHUL-
MAN, TENOR BRUCE FRAN-
CIS AND SOPRANO BARBARA
PHILLIPS, all Grinnell Scholar-
ship winners, will be featured
performers in the Zotita Club's
"Serenade to Spring" concert
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Wayne
State University Community
Arts Auditorium.
* * *
NORTHLAND PLAYHOUSE,
which will begin its eighth sea-
son June 4, with Raymond Burr
in "ANNIVERSARY WALTZ,"
is again seeking apprentices in-
terested in learning stagecraft
and behind - the - scenes opera-
tions of a theatre, announced
general manager Kenneth
Schwartz. Applications should be
mailed to: Apprentice, North-
land Playhouse, Northland Cen-
ter, Southfield, Mich. Schwartz
emphasized that after the appli-
cations are screened, all appli-
cants will be called in for per-
sonal interviews. There will be
no fees charged for this training.
* * *
The drawings and graphics of
Leonard Baskin go on display at
Garelik's Sunday.
• *
DR. MILTON COVENSKY, of
19231 Warrington, associate pro-
fessor of history at Wayne State
University, will be the first
speaker in a series of five lectures
on "Existentialism — Its meaning
and Influence," sponsored by
the University Center for Adult
Education (Wayne State Uni-
versity, University of Michigan,
Eastern Michigan University).
He will speak on "The Historical
Crisis of the Modern World: A
Seedbed for Existentialist
Thought and Feeling," at 8 p.m.,
April 19, in the Junior Room
of the Engineering Society.

A major excerpt from Leon
Uris's forthcoming new novel,
"ARMAGEDDON," is published
in the April 20 issue of Satur-
day Evening Post. The first part
of - the novel on the American
occupation of Nazi Germany ap-
pearing in the magazine "ex-
plores questions the world asks
of Germany, and Germans ask,
or fear to ask, themselves," ac-
cording to the author.
* * *
The ROYAL BALLET (former-
ly Sadler's Wells Ballet) returns
to Masonic Auditorium for five
performances, May 31 through
June 2, as part of its seventh
American tour, it was an-
nounced by C. W. Van Lopik,
auditorium manager. The com-
pany of 150, which started the
tour with a record-breaking en-
gagement at the Metropolitan
Opera House in New York, will
give an evening performance on
May 31, and matinee and even-
ing performances June 1 and 2.
The full-length classics of the
Royal Ballet's American reper-
tory will include Tchaikowsky's
"The Sleeping Beauty" and
"Swan Lake." Dame Margot
Fonteyn will again dance with
the company. Her partner here
for the first time will be David
Blair.
* * *
Eugene Ormandy's PHILA-
DELPHIA ORCHESTRA, in many
ways the first symphony orchestra
of the United States, will ap-
pear in concert at the Masonic
Auditorium May 8, 8:20 p.m.

Zuckerman Reports
Atlantic Earnings



Atlantic Utilities Corporation,
Margate, Fla., a public utility
company engaged in the con-
struction, ownership and oper-
ation of water treatment and
distribution plants; sewage col-
lection, treatment and disposal
plants; and liquefied petroleum
gas distribution systems, report-
ed gloss operating revenues in
the amount of $246,176 for the
year ending Dec. 31, 1962, as
compared to $217, 939 for the
same period a year 'ago.
The company reported net in-
come of $34,309 and earnings
per share of $ .043 for the year
ending Dec. 31, 1962, as com-
pared to a net loss of $33,910
and a loss per share of $ .042
for the year ending Dec. 31,
1961.
It is anticipated that by rea-
son of several significant factors
the consolidated profit for the
coming year should be substan-
tially greater", noted Detroiter
Paul Zuckerman, Chairman of
the board of directors.
Atlantic Utilities Corp. is a
publicly owned company whose
stock is traded over-the-counter.

MRS. JAMES RIFKIN

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PYTHIAN SISTERS will ini-
tiate 15 new members Wednes-
day at the temple, 15787 Wyo-
ming.
* *
DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
OMEGA DENTAL FRATERN-
ITY will hold their annual donor
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Town and Country Club.
There will be a fashion show
and prizes will be given Mrs. M.
(Shirley) Barak and Mrs. K.
(Gloria) Belen are in charge of
the affair.
* * *
CHANA CZENESH, Pioneer
Women, will hold an Oneg Shab-
bat 12:30 p.m. Saturday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Speak-
er will be Abraham J. Lacho-
ver, instructor at the United
Hebrew School, Midrasha and
Hampton Junior High. He will
speak on "The Psychological
Aspect of Inter - marriage."
Hostesses will be Sarah Soltar,
Bessie Horowitz and Esther
Mendelson. Guests are welcome.
* * *
UNITED ORDER OF TRUE
SISTERS will meet noon Tues-
day at Northland Auditorium to
hear addresses by Mrs. Joseph
Winters, national president, and
Mrs. Harry A. Greene, national
first vice-president. The two will
be guests of honor at the lunch-
eon preceding the meeting. They
will speak on the organization's
philanthropic funds to give aid
to medically indigent cancer pa-
tients. The Detroit chapter is
providing funds to aid in lung
cancer treatments at Detroit
Memorial Hospital.

New Owners Will
Improve Lancaster
Hills Golf Course

A new club house and a
lighted driving range are among
improvements to be added im-
mediately to the Lancaster Hills
golf course, it was announced
by new owners of the property.
Dispelling rumors that the
30 - year - old nine - hole course
would be converted to • other
uses, Arthur Howard and Rich-
ard Sloan revealed architect's
plans for a club house and pro
shop of contemporary design
and said they expect work to be
completed early in June. The
structure was designed by Le-
vine, Alpern & Associates.
Associates of Howard and
Sloan in the purchase of Lan-
caster Hills, located at Tele-
graph and 12-Mile Roads, are
Paul Zuckerman, Robert Sloan
and Milt Howard. It is now open
for play.

At a noon ceremony April 14
at Franklin Hills Country Club,
Janice Marie Colman became
the bride of James Martin Rif-
kin, with Dr. Richard C. Hertz
Music the Stein-Way
officiating.
Parents of 'the newlyweds are
DICK STEIN
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Colman of
& ORCHESTRA
Roslyn Rd. and Mr. and Mrs.
William Rifkin of Saginaw.
The bride wore an ivory peau
de soie gown with bateau neck-
line, molded empire bodice ap-
wit*:<:>zEowala- +21, x.w.xcim
pliqued in heirloom Brussels
., PLASTIC FURNITURE
lace, and dome-shaped floor-
COVERS
length skirt, falling into a chap-

MADE TO ORDER
el train. She carried phalaenop-
or READY MADE
sis orchids.
CALL
ANNA KARBAL
Jacqueline Colman served her
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sister as maid of honor. Brides-
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maids were Mrs. Joel Kaplan
and Patricia Rogers.
Larry Rifkin served his broth-
er as best man. Ushers were
Richard Colman, Joel Kaplan,
Michael Fordney, Mitchell Slot- Survivors of '45 Hold
kin and Michale Pishman.
After a honeymoon in. Aca- Yizkor Memorial Day
The Shaarit Haplaytah (Sur-
pulco, Mexico, the newly weds
will reside in suburban Detroit. vivors of 1945) of Michigan will
hold a "Yizkor Memorial Day"
2 p.m. Sunday at Cong. Bnai
Jewish Historical
Moshe. Rabbi Charles Rosen-
zweig and Rabbi Moses Lehrman
Society Will Honor
wlil speak and Cantor Joseph
Memory of Dr. Adler
Max Schrut
Birnholtz will chant the "El
For Good Photographs
The 61st annual meeting of Molei Rachamim."
and Prompt Service
the American Jewish Historical
Call me at
Society, which will be held at
Want The Best?
the Jewish Museum of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
Ask the Folks Who've Had
America, Fifth Ave. and 92nd
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
SAM BARNETT
St., New York, will mark the
We Come to Your Home
and
His
Orchestra
100th anniversary of the birth
With Samples
of Dr. Cyrus Adler, a founder
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of the society.
Dr. Abram Kanof, president
of the American Jewish Histor-
ical Society, announced that Dr.
Abraham A. Neuman, president
of Dropsie College for Hebrew
FOR
and Cognate Learning, will de-
SPORTING EQUIPMENT
liver an address at the presiden-
tial reception, Saturday night,
MAKE THE FINEST GIFTS !
on "Cyrus Adler and his role in
American Jewish History."
Finest Selection of Sporting
Sunday morning, the session
Goods in the City
will be devoted to Jewish Arch-
ives in Israel and throughout
OLYMPIC SPORTING GOODS CO.
the world, at which time Dr.
Alex Bein of Jerusalem and Dr.
Sid Fishman — Lou Fishman
Isaac M. Fein of Baltimore will
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deliver papers.
Open Thursday to 9 P.M.
On Sunday evening, at the
VALUABLE COU PON
society's annual dinner, at Hotel
Roosevelt, the speaker will be
Dr. Abraham Kanof, Prof. Salo
W. Baron of Columbia University
and Dr. Cecil Roth of Oxford,
England.
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— THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 19, 1963

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