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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, May 10, 1963 --

Jewish Women's European Welfare Sculptor Brose
Diskin-Efrusy
Group Sponsors Israel Playground Has 1-Man Show Engagement Told
at Art Institute

Officers of the Jewish Women's European Welfare Organ-
ization and North Woodward Branch who sponsored a play-
ground and garden in the children's home maintained by
Histadrut in Gan Yavneh, Israel, met recently to present their
final payment toward the project which was initiated three
years ago. Shown at the check presentation are, from left,
(standing) Mesdames Mollie Baseman, vice-president, North
Woodward Branch; Rose Zuckerman, honorary president,
North Woodward Branch; 0. H. Kavieff, vice-president, Main
Branch; Jack Seder, past president, Main Branch; Louis Horiig-
man, vice-president, Main Branch; (seated) Morris Haut,
president, North Woodward Branch; Morris Miller, president,
Main Branch; Mr. A. Michaels, Histadrut director; and Mrs.
Ida Goldsmith, treasurer, Main Branch.

League of Jewish Women to Install
Officers, Give Rosenberg Awards

The annual meeting of the
League of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations, an affiliate of the
National Bureau of Federated
Jewish Women's Organizations
will be held 8:15 p.m., May 16
at Temple Emanu-El.
Officers will be installed by
Mrs. Samuel B. Danto, past
president of the League. Mrs.
Herbert Carson, president of
Temple Emanu - El Sisterhood,
will deliver the invocation. The
annual report will be given by
Mrs. Martin Naimark, outgoing
president of the League.
The Mildred Simons Rosen-
berg Youth Awards were an-
nually presented to the out-
standing young man and woman
in the community, chosen on the
basis of high scholastic standing,
participation in community and
school activities and potential
leadership ability.
Mrs. Carl S. Schiller, chair-
man of the youth awards, will
make the presentations. T h e
following nominees are compet-
ing for the award: Edith Ann
Katz, Temple Israel Sisterhood;
Judy Kovan, Co-ng. Beth Moses;
Ellen Cyrille Panush, Bnai
Brith; Paula Beth Schneider,
Alpha Omega Dental AuxiliarY;
Cheryl Schwartz, Aesculapian
Ladies' Auxiliary; Phyllis Schio-
vitz, Beth Moses Sisterhood;
Marilyn Smith, Bnai Brith; Gol-
die Zucker, Young Israel Sister-
hood; Eli Fein, Young Israel
Sisterhood; Dan Guyer, United
Hebrew - School Auxiliary;. Rich-
ard Heideman, Bnai Brith, De-
troit Chapter; Charles Lefton, -
Alpha Omega Dental Auxiliary;
Jay Masserman, Beth Aaron
Sisterhood; Howard Shulman,
Alpha Omega Dental Auxiliary;'

Insurance Leaders'

High Sales Honored

HOWARD H. FINSILVER,
Business Men's Assurance, Ed-
ward Gordon, North American
Life, Morton M. Grass, Jackson
National Life, Austin A. Kanter,'
National Life of Vermont, Gor-
don R. Meisner, Indianapolis
Life. Morris I. Silverman and
Melvin Weisz, both Massachu-
setts Mutual Life, and Irving
M. Weisberg, Continental Assur-
ance, are among the Detroit In-
surance representatives who have
received notification of member-
ship in the 1963 Million Dollar
Round Table of the National As-
sociation of Life Underwriters.
All members of the 1963
Round Table must have sold at
least a million dollars of life
insurance in 1962 in accordance
with rigid Round Table stand-
ards, or else must have met the
special requirements for Life
membership by their million-
dollar-a-year sales in prior years.

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Two exhibitions, widely dif-
ferent in character, open at the
Detroit Institute of Arts May
16, with the Detroit Arts Com-
mission and the trustees of the
Founders Society as hosts.
At a subscription dinner at
6 p.m. in Rivera Court, Direc-
tor Willis F. Woods will pre-
sent 24 prize awards.
Contemporary sculptor Mor-
ris Brose, whose "Cat's Cradle"
won the 1962 Founders Society
Purchase Prize and earned for
him the recognition of a one-
man show will exhibit 30
bronzes.
Brose, whose studio is at 1437
Randolph, teaches advanced
sculpture at the Detroit So-
ciety of Arts and Crafts.
Seventeen of the 30 works in
his show were executed in
Rome and cast by Roman foun-
dries; the remainder were cast
by Brose himself in Detroit. All
the work has been done since
1957, with three of the bronzes;
Kadimah (Forward); Kadmoni
(Ancient), and Nitzahon (Vic-
tory) completed this year.
His subject matter ranges
from the humorous, as exem-
plified by his "Chairman of the
Board," and "Arm Chair Gen-
eral," to the formal "Pieta,
III."
Mr. Brose has had one-man
exhibitions at the Peridot Gal-
lery, New York, in 1960 and
1962, where another is sched-
uled for the spring of 1964,
as well as at the Detroit Artist's
Market and the Little Gallery
in Birmingham. His works are
represented in the New York
collections of Joseph Hirsh-
horn, Mr. and Mrs. Albert List
and the Chase Manhattan Bank,
and in the Detroit collection of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A.
Fleischman.

Mark Shook, Infants Service
Group; Stan Skupsky, Beth
Moses Sisterhood; Daniel Syme,
Temple Israel Sisterhood.
Mrs. Gerson Berris, program
vice-president, announces that
the program for the evening
will be a panel discussion on
"Youth in Action." Mrs. Frank
Loewenberg, first youth award
winner, will be moderator. Panel
members will be Pearl Portnoy
and Kerry Ozer, former youth
award winners. The community
is invited to attend.
The judges for the award re-
cipients are Dr. Norman Drach-
ler, Eli ' Grad, Judge Nathan
Kaufman, Mrs. Julian Krolik,
Louis Lamed.
A reception will be held fol-
lowing the program. Hostesses
will be from the Temple Emanu-
El Sisterhood with Mrs. George
Brown, Mrs. Abe Bookstein,
Mrs. Betty Fisher. Refreshments
will be handled by the coopera-
tive Council of the League, ac-
cording to Mrs. Norman Brode,
REX CHAPTER AND LODGE
vice-president.
will hold a square dance 9 p.m.
May 18 at Friendly Acres Barn
on Schoolcraft one-half mile
west of Farmington Rd. Re-
freshments will be on hand, in-
cluded in the price of admis-
sion. For tickets, call KE 5-3905,
or at the door. The public • is
invited.
* *
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER installed
Mesdames Ruth Fogel, presi
dent; Bertha Knitzer, Shirley
Seel, Ruth Hirshfield, vice-presi-
dents; Louise Berger, Bessie
Yancher, Alice Diamond, Lily
R a c h I i n, secretaries; Alice
Cohen, treasurer; Estyr Dishell,
sentinel; Sophie Kellerman,
g u i d e; Mildred Sapheerstein,
historian; Betty Rockaway, Etta
Davis Wycoff, Pearl Nussbaum
and Dorothy Goldberg, trustees;
Mildred Lepler, Norma Hudosh,
Jean Mann, Rose Columbus,
board members; Myna Moss,
counsellor; Myna Moss, Ruth
Fogel, Gertrude Steingold, Dor-
othy Goldberg, Pearl Nusbaum
HYMAN SAFRAN has been and Bertha Kaplan, council dele-
named toastmaster of the din- gates.
ner to be given by the Jewish
National Fund Coimcil of De- Jewish Folk Chorus
troit in honor of Abe Kasle,
on June 12, in the new Shaar- to Present Orbach
ey Zedek social hall. The event
will mark the completion of in Annual Concert
The Jewish Folk Chorus will
the Kasle Family Forest in
present its annual concert with
Israel.
Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel as guest artist May 19 at
Teme Skully Contest
Masonic Temple.
Winners Announced
Under the direction of Harvey
Teme Skully Contest winners Schreibman, the Chorus will fea-
include Davida Rubin, 26681 ture "The Ballad for Americans"
Huntington, Huntington Woods, and "Di Naye Hagode," com-
for the first prize in the Liter- memorating the 20th annivers-
ary "B" Contest, and Barbara ary of the Warsaw Ghetto upris-
Ellman, 70 McLean, Highland ing. Tickets can be purchased
Park, for the first prize in the from Chorus members or by call-
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MISS MARILYN DISKIN

Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Diskin of
Schaefer Hwy. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Marilyn, to Gerald Efrusy, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Efrusy of
Oak Park. A Jan. 4 wedding is
planned.

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