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April 26, 1963 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-26

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Israel Bonds Union Division Sets Gay 95th Reunion Hazel Katz to [red
Testimonial for Emil Mazey
at Wayne State
Nahisher

Among trade union leaders who gathered at a recent
lunch at the Hen•ose Hotel to plan the Emil Mazey Testimonial
Dinner slated for May 23 at the Veterans Memorial Building,
were, from left (sitting), Mrs. Myra Wolfgang, secretary-treas-
urer of the Hotel and Restaurant Workers; Al Barbour, presi-
dent, Wayne County AFL-CIO Council; Louis E. Levitan director
of the Detroit Israel Bond Office; (standing) Charles Younglove,
district director, Steelworkers Union, District 29; Herschel Wo-
mack, corresponding and financial secretary, Retail Clerks Inter-
national Association; and Thomas McNamara, executive secre-
tary, Detroit Building Trades Council. The dinner is sponsored
by the Trade Union Division of the Detroit Israel Bond
Organization.

Michigan Region,
Junior Hadassah,
to Hold Conference

The Michigan Region of Jun-
for Hadassah will hold a con-
ference today through Sunday at
Sheruth Village, Camp Tamar-
ack, Ortonville, to be attended
by 55 girls of high school age.
Their representative from is
Dalia Eisenzweig, will lead
Israeli dancing, consuL with the
girls and tell of her experiences
as a sergeant in the Israeli army
and as a schoolteacher in Beer-
sheba.
Leading the delegates will be
Marcia Segall, Detroit; Sandra
S ton e, Oak Park-Huntington
Woods; and Cherie August, Bir-
mingham-Franklin-Southfield.
Accompanying the girls will
be Joan Friedman, liason be-
tween Michigan Junior Hadas-
sah and New York headquar-
ters; Mrs. Herman Prady, Junior
Hadassah chairman of Michigan
Region; Mrs. Henry Livingston,
president of Michigan Region of
Hadassah who will deliver the
welcome address; and Mrs. Max
Lichter, president of Detroit Ha-
dassah.
Girls attending the conference
will include Bonnie Burton,
Cheryl Freilich, Sandy Hirsch,
Ruth Kaplan, Judy Kazdan, Har-
riet Kr a u s , Sue Lieberman,
Cindy Schiller, Janet Stewart,
Esther Tuchklaper, Francine
Prussian, Ethel Goodman, Judy
Moss, Marlene Potashnik, Har-
riet Ratner, Martha Stahl, Bev-
erly Binke, Lois Steinberg, Bina
Dunitz, Nancy Keller, Renie Ans-
pach, F r e di Beckwith, Enid
Bienstock, Candy Cantor, Sue
Feinberg, Barbara Kaufman,
Margaret Lipson, Sue Marrish,
Helaine Orkin, Lynda Phillips,
Shelly Rubin, Barbara Salsburg,
Gay Schmidt, Marcia Steinberg,
Leslie Stern, Nancy Weiswasser,
June Bagdad, Rose Glicksman.

Mrs. Maurice Glasier
Cited as Volunteer

Soloists to Sing
at Frohman's
Concert Sunday

. 10

Dr. Clarence B. Hilberry, presi-
dent of Wayne State University,
arrived in Lansing in a 1904
Oldsmobile to officially invite
Governor George Romney to the
university's 95th r e u n ion on
Saturday, May 4, at Latin Quarter.
Accompanying Dr. Hilberry
were Leslie Schmier, 19365
Lauder, president of the Alumni
Association and attorney; and
Sam Petok, 20483 Piccadilly,
chairman of the reunion celebra-
tion and public relations director
of the Chrysler-Plymouth Divi-
sion, Chrysler Corporation.
More than 800 graduates of
WSU will attend the reunion.
T h e university's beginning
dates back to 1868 when a group
of five doctors opened a private
medical school in Detroit, which
was named the Detroit Medical
College.

Brevities

Legendary and seemingly im-
mortal LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI
will mount the Masonic Audi-
torium podium May 8, and con-
duct the PHILADELPHIA OR-
CHESTRA in what could very
likely be his last Detroit appear-
ance in such a concert.
He first lifted a baton over this
Philadelphia Orchestra exactly
50 years ago. The great conduc-
tor, 76, has conducted every ma-
jor orchestra in the world.
* * *
Rudolf Nureyev, acclaimed as
one of the most exciting dancers
and personalities ever to explode
on the ballet scene, will join
Dame Margot Fonteyn and David
Blair in leading the 150-member
company of England's ROYAL
BALLET into the Masonic Audi-
tOrium for a five performance en-
gagement starting May 31.

4'

*

DON FROHMAN

This Sunday, at 8:30 p.m., the
Don Frohman choral concert
will feature 10 noted soloists,
Marion Bates, Gene Slobin, Rho-
da Friedman, Albert Shont, Ma-
rilyn Krausse, Alex Joffe, Lil-
lian Newberg, Paul Kadish, Ben
Joffe, Rose Rozanoff, and Irene
Pianin.
The guest artist is 15-year-old
Jacklyn Lewis, virtuoso pianist,
who will perform the works of
Rachmaninoff, Chopin and Liszt.
The 100-voice chorus and its
soloists will be assisted by mem-
bers of the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra in a' varied program
of Yiddish, Modern Israeli, En-
gush ballads, Negro spirituals,
and selections from world great
operettes, operas and oratorios. I
The entire program will be
directed by Don Frohman.
For reservations call 342-0515
or LI 3-3253.

Center to Present
Dance Film Series

, The Jewish Center will pre-
Mrs. Maurice (Elena) Glasier, I sent the third in a series of
17556 Fairfield, has been dance films 8 p.m. May 5 at the
awarded a community service Center.
pin by the Central Volunteer
The program will include
Bureau of United Community I "Modern Ballet," with Nora Kaye
Services. She was cited for ac- and Hugh Laing, and "Night
tivities as skating instructor at J o urne y," choerographed by
the Jewish Center, on the Cen- Martha Graham. Donald Ran-
ter's Childr en's Committee, 1 dazzo will be the discussant.
Hampton School PTA, Brandeis
University, Women's American
The nation's first regularly
ORT, Hadassah, Youth Education scheduled passenger air service
League, Sinai Hospital Women's was inaugurated in Michigan.
Guild and Temple Israel, where In 1926 the Stout Air Service
she teaches Hebrew and is a sis- I began daily flights between De-
terhood member. troit and Grand Rapids.

Wayne State Stages
Mrs. Broner's Play

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WHAT EVERY BRIDE
SHOULD KNOW .. .

The Zionist Organization of De-
troit will hold its final board
meeting of the year at 8:30 p.m.
May 2 at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. David Zellman, 19454 Mon-
ica.
Asher Podhorzer, director of
the ZOA Tourist Department,
will be guest speaker and will
report on transit to the 66th an-
nual ZOA convention in Israel,
July 11-17. Judge Ira G. Kauf-
man, president, will preside. For
further information, contact Zi-
onist House, DI 1-8540.

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Medical Aid Guild
to Hold Annual Donor
Luncheon for Projects

Medical Aid Guild will hold its
annual donor luncheon May 2 at
the Impresario, announced Presi-
dent Mrs. Jack Evintz.
Proceeds will be used for the
organizations three projects: De-
troit Association for Retarded
Children's Nursery, special medi-
cation for indigent patients and
purchase of rehabilitation equip-
mnt. Fund-raising chairman is
Mrs. Max Neuman. Others plan-
ning the event are Mesdames
Harry Stoll, Harry Starler and
Jack Haim.
The 4-year-old Guild has also
provided assistance for the North
End Clinic, Detroit Orthopedic
Clinic, American Cancer Society,
Detroit Cerebral Palsy Center,
Detroit League for the Handi-
capped, Aid to the Blind and
out-patient departments of hos-
pitals.

The Metropolitan D e t r o i t
Branch of the American Civil
Liberties Union of Michigan will
hold its annual meeting 8 p.m.
Thursday at the Workmen's
Circle, 18340 W. Seven Mile.
Erwin Ellman, general coun-
sel of the Michigan ACLU, will
speak on "Are We Gaining on
Equal Protection of the Law and
Civil Rights?" Carl Levin, chair-
man of the ACLU Lawyers Com-
mittee on Panel Cases, will
speak on "Cries for Help." Nom-
inations of candidates for the
executive board will be made.
Refresments will be served.
Friends are invited.
The ACLU will also sponsor a
meeting to discuss current prob-
lems in the church-state area
of civil liberties 8 p.m. May 16 at
Cooley High School. Leo Pfeffer
will speak on "Two Views on
Church-S t ate Problems." The
public is invited.

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Zionists Will Hear
Asher Podhorzer

*

D.M.ROIT ASSOCIATION FOR
RETARDED CHILDREN will
hold a spring dance featuring
Don Pablo and his orchestra to
raise money for mentally retard-
ed children 9 p.m. May 18 at the
Veterans Memorial Building, ac-
cording to Mrs. Manuel- Feld-
stein of the committee planning
the event. For tickets, call TR
5-7400.

MISS HAZEL KATZ

A brunch was given recently
by Mr. and Mrs.. Isadore Katz
of Cloverlawn Ave., Oak Park,
I in honor of the engagement of
I their daughter, Hazel Sheila, to
Lionel David Nakisher, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nakisher of
Winthrop Ave.
The bride-elect and her fiance
are students at Michigan State
University. A Dec. 25 wedding
at Cong. Bnai David is planned.

Civil Liberties Union
Meetings to Hear
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