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June 28, 1963 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-28

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activities in Society

Cantor and Mrs. A. A. Rosenfeld. of 21970 Kipling. Oak Park,
have as their guests Prof. Jacob Katz and his family from
Jerusalem, Israel. Prof. Katz has been a visiting professor of
history and sociology at Harvard University for the year 1962
to 1963. He is the author of two works which have been pub-
lished in Hebrew and English: "Exclusiveness and Tolerance:
Studies in Jewish—Gentile Relations in Medieval and Modern
Times," and "Tradition and Crises: Jewish Society at the End of
the Middle Ages." Dr. Katz was given a luncheon by Dr. Charles
Feinberg, of 872 W. Boston Blvd., where he met with the
faculty of the Wayne State University.
Lolly Gold, Gail Kaye and Linda Robb, members of the Sholem
Aleichem Institute Teen Group, will spend the summer in Israel.
Anton Mikofsky, son of Prof. and Mrs. Bernard (Betty) Mikof-
sky, will attend Oberlin College on a four-year scholarship. He was
graduated valedictorian of his class at Charleston MD High
School. he is the grandson of Mrs. Minnie Mikofsky of Detroit.
Prof. Mikofsky, who was a faculty member of the University of
Eastern Illinois, will move with his wife to Bethlehem, Pa.. where
he has taken another position.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Uzansky of Kenosha Ave., Oak Park, have
as their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Feigenblum of Los Angeles,
who were among the out-of-towners attending the wedding of
their son, Dr. Gerald Uzansky. to Francis Golden, on June 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Weinstein, 17603 Cherrylawn. re-
cently tendered a buffet supper party in - honor of their son,
Michael G., who was graduated with honors from Wayne State
University's Monteith College. He will attend Harvard University
Graduate School on a fellowship in the fall.
Mrs. Ethel Kahn, Renee Kahn Davidson, Mrs. Helen Stark,
Mrs. Eleanor Lowy and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Markovits, all of New
York, will be entertained this weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Armin
Ormos, Mrs. Adel Lowy and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lowy. All
will attend the wedding of Margot Herz and Richard H. Ormos
on July '7 in the Secor Hotel, Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goren of Beverly Ave., Oak Park, celebrated
their 26th wedding anniversary on June 20. They have four
daughters, Elaine, Iris, Barbara and Sandra Gail.
Mrs. Lawrence Weitzman, former Detroiter now living in
Canoga Park, Calif., is here to attend the wedding of her niece,
Lila Kash of Snowden Ave.

Menashe Skulnik
in Benefit Show
Here on July 9

Principals in Law
Suit Drop Case in
Favor of Charity

The Jewish National Hospital
of Denver is going to receive
two $340 checks from Detroit
because a Common Pleas law-
suit never got to trial.
The suit for $340 brought by
Joseph Rich, a real estate com-
pany official, against the S'hel-
bourne Apartments.
"I'd rather give the money
to charity than to the apart-
ment," Rich told Common Pleas
Judge Benjamin C. Stanczyk,
just before the trial was to
start. "If the apartment matches
my check, Judge Stanczyk,"
Rich .added. "You pick the char-
ity and I'll forget the lawsuit."
Abraham Satovsky, secretary of
the apartment corporation and
attorney in the case, agreed.
Judge Stanczyk picked the
Jewish National Hospital be-
cause he once worked weekends
there as an X-ray technician
when he was stationed in the
mlitary police t h e r e during
World War II.
"They do wonderful things
there," the judge s a i d. "and
they can use the money."

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in her only 2
Musical Coinedy

filin hits together
for the first time!

0/1BRIVE LE
DERMAME NH

THE MERRIEST SHOW IN TOWN!

in Yiddish—English Titles!

at the

M ADAMS

LEE J.

MOLLY BARBARA

142 U.S.

Students
Depart for Year of
Study at Hebrew U.

A group of 42 American col-
lege and university students
sailed for Israel aboard the Zim
Lines' S.S. Jerusalem to spend
a year of study at the Hebrew I
University of Jerusalem.
The group is composed of 20
young men and 22 young;
women, all of whom are par- I
ticipants in the American Stu-
dent Program which is spon-
sored by the American Friend's
of the Hebrew University. The ;
_program is now in its ninth :
consecutive year. The students
in the 1963-64 group come from
29 colleges and universities
throughout the United States.
They represent 16 states.

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JUNE 28-29-30

MENASHE SKULNIK

chem Institute, on the opening
night of his Brodway hit. "Come
Blow YoUr Horn," at Northland
Playhouse, Tuesday, July 9.
Skulnik was one of the great
stars on the Yiddish stage be-
fore playing his roles in Broad-
way productions—"Uncle Wil-
lie," "The Law and Mr: Simon,"
"The 49th Cousin," "The Flow-
ering Peach."
Serving on the Sholem Alei-
chem ticket committee for the
Skulnik production are Harry
Weinberg, Bette Schein, Henry
I Phillips, Dave Moskowitz and
Luba Grundy. Tickets can be
' secured from them or at the
Sholem Aleichem office, VE
8-7440.

1

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JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Gradu- ties participated, is required of
ates of the Hebrew University- all graduates of medical schools
Hadassah Medical School topped seeking to engage in post-gradu-
ate work in American hospitals.
the list of successful candidates Sixty - one Israel - trained physi-
in last year's examinations held cians received the highest ave-
by the Educational Council for rage score on the entire examin-
Foreign Medical Students in the ation and topped the lists in
various individual subjects in-
United States.
The examination, in which cluding basic medical sciences,
8.180 graduates of 78 universi- internal medicine and pediatrics.

FRIDAY • SATURDAY • SUNDAY

FRIDAY, SATURDAY
LAST 2 NIGHTS
Exclusive Detroit Showing

the Great Comedienne
Star of the Broadway
"IP Smash "Milk
and Honey"

Isaac Rosenbaum Poetry
Awards were presented to C.
Dennison Jones (pseudonym of
Eric Jones), a student at Mid-
land High School, and Susan
M. Huggar d, now Mrs. Erik
West, a former University of
Michigan graduate student, at
the Writers' Conference in Ann
Arbor recently.
The awards were set up in
memory of his father, Isaac Ros-
enbaum, by Dr. Jean B. Ros:
enbaum, of 19200 Canterbury,
who made the presentations.
Robert Bassil, editor of the
Michigan quarterly fine arts
magazine Voices, which had
sponsored and established the
Rosenbaum Awards, introduced
Dr. Rosenbaum. Voices maga-
zine has gained wide recogni-
tion for its literary style. its
encouragement to poets and art
students.

Graduates of Israel Medical School Excel
in U.S. Examinations for Foreign Doctors

Menashe Skulnik, the noted
actor whose stage antics have
won for him world fame, will
appear here in a benefit per-
formance for the Sholem Alei-

F3e8n8ke6161

AN ALL MOLLY MON SHOW!

Rosenbaum
Awards Given
to Two Poets

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recognized by his purse. by his
cup, and by his temper.—Erubin
65

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