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July 19, 1963 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-19

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Month and a Forum of the
Month series. The programs
have been developed by the
JWB Jewish Center Lecture
Bureau.
A feature of the Program of
the Month is that communities
book the programs cooperative-
ly, making it possible to present
a full series at a savings in cost.

NEW YORK—The Program
of the Month Plan of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board,
which for the past several years
has brought artists and speak-
ers of renown to communities
across America, has been ex-
panded to include a Theater of
the Month, a Concert of the

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LISTENING

T

LADY WHO LOST her purse
recently was in luck . . . Came
home, found it missing and
called Darbys . . . Told it had
been found, she sighed a big
sigh of relief . . . Had forgotten
to make a company deposit and
was unknowingly c arr yin g
about $2,000!
TV ACTOR AND ANNOUN-
CER Rube Weiss tells of Grou-
cho Marx applying for member-
ship for his children in a swim-
ming club and being turned
down because the club did not
admit Jews . . . Groucho phoned
the president of the club and
pointed out that his children
were just half Jewish, and asked
for special membership that
would allow them to go into the
water up to their navels.
NIGHT OF SUSAN MAR-
TIN'S marriage to Norton Slat-
kin at Temple Israel recently
was a two-fold celebration . . .
It was also birthday of Susan's
mother, Marianne . . . Pappy
Lou Martin had a lot of "I don't
mind" kissing to do!
DISA 'N DATA . . . Friends
say that pianist Charlie Dubin
and his Dorothy may be wed
before month of September as
noted in the column . . . Good
to see public relations man Sam

Arnold looking more himself
again . . . It's not news anymore
when it happens, but Jerry Gur-
win and his '56 racing rebuilt
Corvette won a couple of more
trophies for the mantle at his
Wyoming bump shop . . It's
gotten so that the doormen at
Sidney-Hill Health Club prac-
tically fight to park Jerry's
candy-apple red beauty with a
design all its own! .. . Ad man
Merle Rosson went to the diner
on a train recently and forgot
his glasses in his compartment
so he asked the waiter to read
the menu to him and the waiter
replied, "Sorry, sir, I'm ignorant,
too." . . . Daylight Masonic
Lodge annual picnic is July 21,
at estate of Leo and Honey
Magid . . . According to direc-
tions, folks who miss the Magid
estate will be in the middle of
Cass Lake!
BACK TO NEW YORK went
cousins Molly and Bill Gold for
a rest! . . . Spent two weeks
here and relatives made it a
go-go-go merry-go-round for the
35-year internal revenue man
and his wife.
LOOKING BACK ON COL-
UMNS OF YESTERYEARS:
MAY 24, 1946 . . . Sam Assik
was leading the field in a bridge
tournamtent downtown and ap-
parently on the way to an upset
victory . . . until being disquali-
fied because his name had been
forgotten from the registration
list!
JULY 26, 1946 . . . Photog
George Drapkin did a portrait
sitting of a girl who took mind
to his remark that she looked
fine, and in all sincerity stated
that she had never seen herself

through the lens of a camera .
Before George could say any-
thing, she got up and began
walking over for a looksee .. .
Suddenly her face colored with
embarrassment as she realized
her faux pas and went back to
her seat . . . The poor girl didn't
say another word for the re-
mainder of the sitting!
JULY 26, 1946 . . . While off
stage, Hollywood's "glad ta' see
ya' " funny man, Phil Silvers is
even more of a rib tickler than
he is on stage . . . Phil was in
town for a day, and whether it
was at late lunch or a short
walk, he always managed to
break an air of seriousness with
a whiff of joviality . . . Asked
if a certain actress was going to
divorce her husband, he replied,
"Of course not. Why, she hardly
knows him." . . . Speaking fur-
ther about the–actress, he said
he has known her for a long
time—"In fact, since we were
the same age!"

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WHERE TO DINE

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Banquet room available

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25 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 19, 1963

Top Theater, Concert Forum Series Made
Available by JWB As `Program of Month'

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