Among those planning the first Imperial Ball to be held
by the Michigan Region, Women's American ORT (Organiza-
tion for Rehabilitation Through Training), are, from left
(seated) Mesdames Harry Solomon, Jack Lefton, (standing),
Jack Rubin and Eugene Epstein. The event will be held 7 p.m.
May 11 at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
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Michigan Region, Women's
American ORT, will hold its first
Imperial Ball 7 p.m. May 11 at
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, an-
CANTATA ACADEMY will
nounced President Mrs. Nathan
appear in choral and orchestral
Guests will be serenaded by concert featuring, among the
violins during the cocktail and performers, Irvin Gilman, flut-
hors d'oeuvres hour preceding ist; Shirley Mathews, harpsi-
the dinner. Hal Gordon and his chord; and Marilyn Cotlow, so-
orchestra will play for dancing. prano; at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Tenor David Atkinson will sing the Detroit Institute of Arts.
numbers from Broadway musi- For information call LI 3-7124.
* * *
cals in which he has starred. Fa-
vors will be given to the ladies.
"The hardest part of a conduc-
Among the guests of honor tor's job is program building
will be Dr. and Mrs. Williath Ha- because no matter what he plays
ber of Ann Arbor. Dr. Haber, somebody doesn't like it." So
president of the World ORT says director and conductor
Union, recently was appointed Eugene Ormandy, who will pre-
dean of the College of Litera- sent his great Philadelphia Or-
ture, Science and the Arts at the chestra at the Masonic Audi-
torium on Wednesday evening,
University of Michigan.
Chairman of the ball is Mrs. May 8, under the baton of spe-
Eugene Epstein. Her co-chair- cial guest conductor Leopold
men are Mrs. Jack Lefton and Stokowski.
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Mrs. Lawrence Levi. Advisor is
Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh
Mrs. Jack Rubin. Special project
chairmen are Mrs. Benson Cum- has proclaimed May "BETTER
mis and Mrs. Bent Grant. Other HEARING MONTH" in Detroit,
committee members are Mes- in cooperation with the Ameri-
dames Sam Kovan, Irving Hersh- can Hearing Society and the
man, Donald Canvasser, Mel Sha- Michigan Association for Better
piro, Jack Sol, Seymour Ekel- Hearing.
* * *
man, Edward Bernstein, Harold
Wayne County Treasurer
Allen, Jerome Chazen, Morton
Hochman, Harvey Cole, Milton LOUIS H. FUNK today advised
Superstine and Louis Sarko. For taxpayers that title to their
reservations, call Mrs. Harry property is in jeopardy if they
still owe 1959 and/or 1960 taxes.
Solomon, LI 2-8272.
Thirteen Detroit area chapters Complying with the provisions
are planning the affair, which of the General Property Tax
will benefit the refugees from Laws of the State, the 1959 de-
Algeria who are seeking to make linquent taxes were sold May 1,
their homes in European capi- 1962, and may be redeemed only
tals. Dr. Haber recently issued until May 6, 1963.
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a warning that a crisis is on
Detroit becomes one of only
hand to meet the needs of ref-
ugees in establishing them, by nine American cities outside of
the thousands, in new countries, New York to see the famed
ROYAL BALLET of England
when the company opens a
engagement at the
2 JLC Appointments three-day
Masonic Auditorium on May 31.
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will present pianist Robert
Shulman as soloist in Beetho-
ven's "Emperor" Concerto 8:20
p.m. May 10 at Edsel Ford High
School under the direction of
Nathan Gordon. Tickets will be
sold at the door.
Tabachinsky and Muravchik
The Jewish Labor Committee
announced the appointment -of
Benjamin Tabachinsky as its
new executive secretary and
Emaunel Muravchik as its new
national director. The appoint-
ments were made at a meeting
in New York of the national ad-
ministrative committee of the
JLC and were announced by
Adolph Held, national chairman
of the organization.
Borman Stores Earnings
Borman Food Stores, Inc., con-
solidated net income for 13
weeks ended March 30 was a
record $645,340, and is an in-
crease of 54% over the $419,351
earned in the 13 week period
ended March 31, 1962. Earnings
per share for the 1963 quarter
were 26 cents as compared with
the 17 cents earned in the same
quarter last year — an improve-
ment of 9 cents per share.
Consolidated net income for
the 39 weeks ended March 30
was $1,615,475 after provision
of $1,775,000 for federal income
taxes. This is a 6% increase
over the $1,522,591 earned dur-
ing the 40 weeks ended March
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LIVONIA GROUP OF HA-
DASSAH will install officers
12.30 p.m. Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Nathan Manela, 32139
Barkley, Livonia. Luncheon will
be served. Mrs. Goldie Adler will
be guest speaker.
GLENWOOD CHAPTER, Wom-
en's American ORT, will hold an
evening of bowling and entertain-
ment Saturday at State Fair Rec-
reation. Refreshments will be
served. For information and
tickets, call Mrs. Marvin Zahler,
LI 8-6047, or Mrs. Morris Marko-
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CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK
SISTERHOOD will elect and in-
stall officers at a tea 12:15 p.m.
May 20 at the synagogue. A can-
tata, featuring the sisterhood
choral group under the direction
of Cantor Reuven Frankel, will
be presented. Chairman of the
day is Mrs. Albert Newman.
Friends are invited, according to
President Mrs. Davis Benson.
Mrs. Morris Adler will install
officers and board members.
Those nominated include Mes-
dames Julius Meskin, president;
Peter Martin, Maurice Schiller
and George Lerner, vice-presi-
dents; Erwin Kornwise, treasur-
er; Ivan Meisner, Tubie Resnik
and Henry Auslander, secretar-
ies; Hyman Safran, auditor; and
Abe Katzman, parliamentarian.
Teme Skully Literary
Susan Bentheim, 17209 Mey-
ers, was judged as first prize
winner in the 1963 Teme Skully
Literary Contest, Charles H.
Gershenson, president of the
Jewish Center, announced.
Miss Bentheim, a student of
the Midrasha, was awarded the
first prize for her essay, "A
Yiddish Humorous Humanist."
Steven Fisher, 20126 Lesure,
a student at Temple Beth-El,
was awarded the first prize in
the Poster Contest. Other win-
ners in the Poster Contest in-
clude Barbara Ellman, 70 Mc-
Lean, Highland Park, a student
at Jewish Parents Institute;
Harriet Greenwood, 18701 Mur-
ray Hill, a student of Temple
Beth-El; Janis Braun, 23830
Moritz, Oak Park, a student at
Temple Emahu-El; and Laurel
Lipsitt, 18274 Lauder, a student
at Temple Israel.
Additional winners in the Lit-
erary Contest include Davida
Rubin, 26681 Huntington, Hunt-
ington Woods, a student at Tem-
ple Emanu-El; Beth Fischoff,
18674 Fairfield, a student at
Temple Beth El; and Lynn
Fisher, 24010 Norwood, Oak
Park, a student at Cong. Bnai
Junior Poster Contest winners
are Larry Magder, 21950 Avon,
Oak Park, a student at Temple
Israel; Bruce Tabashnik, 20144
Renfrew, Temple Beth El; Karen
S c h w a r t z, 7122 Riverstone,
Birmingham, Temple Emanu-El;
Abby Waxenberg, 24841 Rens-
selaer, Oak Park, Cong. Beth
The contests, established in
memory of Mrs. Teme Skully,
are to encourage individual
competition among Jewish teen-
agers. All prizes will be awarded
at assemblies of the respective
school s. The committee of
judges was chaired by Dr. Ber-
nard Weiss and included Mrs.
Sam Willis and Samuel A. Levy.
Partners to Meet
Parents Without Partners of
the Jewish Center will meet
8:45 p.m. Tuesday in the Cen-
ter's main building.
Dr. Edwards Bantel will speak
on "Momism." A discussion per-
iod will be followed by refresh-
ments and a social hour. The
meeting is open to potential
members of the group.
Mischa Mischakoff, noted vio-
linist, will play Lalo's Symphony
Espagnole with the Center Sym-
phony Orches- ,':
tra under the::
Julius C h aj e s
on May 14 at
the" and Bee-
also listed on Mischakoff
the program. This will be the
sixth and final in the series of
Tuesday evening concerts for
this season. Tickets are avail-
able at the Center's Cashier.
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19 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 3, 1963
Mischakoff to Solo
With Center Symphony
Women's American ORT Will Hold
Noreen Gantz Will
Wed Gerald Stone
Imperial Ball to Benefit Refugees