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January 31, 1964 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-31

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Friday, January 31, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWSH NEW S-20

activities in Society

Miss Phyllis Littky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Littky,
was honored at a tea recently at Rosenberg's, Oak Park, given
by her future mother-in-law, Mrs. Mollie Fellows.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Primack, 24271 Rosewood, Oak Park, hosted
a dinner party honoring Rita Stollman and Michael Hoffer, who
have set a March 14 wedding date. Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Max Stollman, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hoffer, Dr. and Mrs. Sidney
Baskin, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Primack, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Hoffer and Dr. and Mrs. Verne Primack of Saginaw.
Among the committee chairmen for the seventh annual
dinner of the 17th District Democratic organization are Leonard
Edelman, Ben Kinzer, Mrs. Harold Koss and Mrs. Estelle Gubow.
Sen. George McGovern of South Dakota will be guest speaker
at the Feb. 8 affair at New Roma Hall.
Richard Heideman, international secretary of Aleph Zadik
Aleph for young men, who lives at 17352 Roselawn, was among
the Bnai Brith Youth Organization delegates to the BBYO
international executive board meeting recently. Also attending
were Barbara Desow, 17304 Cherrylawn, Michael Gellis of Flint
and Linda Rubin of Mount Clemens. Scholarships and the dangers
of smoking were among chief concerns of the 34 participants.
Mrs. Ayalath Silverman has returned to her home in Boston
after a week's stay at the home of Mrs. Dora Dworkin, 8811 W.
Seven Mile. She was visiting with her son, Eliezer Silverman.
Sherman Family Club will meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the home
of Mrs. Irvin Sherman, 17592 Roselawn. Elections will be held.
Southfield Village Estates Home Owners Association will
meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. M. Bor-
delove, 16159 Sherfield. Guest speaker will be Councilman Tom
Rawley. Refreshments will be served. At the last meeting the
following were elected: Jack Schon, president; Mrs. Edward
Dworkin, vice president; Mrs. Bernard Becker and Mrs. Harold
Tobias, secretaries; and Hubert Sidlow, treasurer. Serving on the
board are Dr. A. Alper, Dr. Sidney Stone, Eugene Metz, Melvyn
Forman and Aaron Kahn.
Sandra Martin, Sol Plafkin, and JUdith Resnick are attending
the national convention of Young Democrats of America as dele-
gates from Michigan this week in Las Vegas, Nev.
Bodzin Family Club will meet Saturday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. David Bodzin, 23550 Kenosha, Oak Park.
Democratic Club of Oak Park, Huntington Woods and Pleas-
ant Ridge, will hold a cocktail party, 9 p.m., Feb. 15 at ,the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green, 13340 Northfield, Oak Park. Guests
of honor will be Sen. Phillip A. Hart, and Congressman Neil
Stabler. Larry Pernick is chairman of the planning committee.
For information, call Marvin Novick, LI. 6-3289, or Larry Pernick,
LI. 4-3751.

Arabs Warn French on Brezner Candidate
Part in Tel Aviv Fair for New Judgeship
PARIS, (JTA)—A number of

French commercial firms which
plan to participate in the forth-
coming Tel Aviv Fair were re-
ported to have received warn-
ing letter from their agents in
Lebanon of blacklisting if they
did so.
One Jewish-owned firm sent
the letter it received to the
French Foreign Office and to
the Franco-Israel Alliance whose
president, Raymond Schmittelin,
wrote to Foreign Minister Mau-
rice Couve de Murville and
Maurice Schuman, President of
Parliament's Foreign Affairs
Committee, on the question.

Samuel Brezner, chief assist-
ant prosecutor, has announced
that he will be a candidate for
the state appeal judgeship that
is to be formed under the new
Brezner, 57, was a judge for
a short time when he was elec-
ted to the Wayne County Pro-
bate Court in 1934 to fill an
unexpired term. He became as-
sistant prosecutor in 1936. He
was chairman of the first Michi-
gan State Bar committee to
establish a criminal appellate

Mechanical Trades Leaders Confer

The Mechanical Trades Division of the Jewish Welfare
Federation's 1964 Allied Jewish Campaign has as its chairman
Eugene J. Epstein (center), who ishown briefing his co-chair-
men, Malcolm S. Lowenstein (left) and Merle Harris. Epstein
predicts that the division will go well over the million mark
by the end of the campaign.

Krim Brothers to Start on New Theatrical
in Sterling Township Area
Betrothal Announced Complex
One of Detroit's oldest threat- same f e a t u r e will be high-


Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mossman of
Shrewsbury Rd., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Sarah to Bernard N. Portnoy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Port-
noy of Dartmouth Ave.
The bride-elect is attending
Wayne State University, where
she is affiliated with Delta Phi
Epsilon Sorority. Her fiance is
a graduate of the Wayne State
University Law School.

Center Acting Class
to Perform at Meeting

"Thunder on Sycamore
Street," by Reginald Rose, will
be performed by the Center
Theater acting class 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the Jewish Cen-
The entire class is participat-
ing in the final project of, this
session. Cast includes Morris
Silorey, William Hart, Phyllis
Kalko, Loretta Goldman, Sylvia
Silorey, Ruth Levin e, Ann
Gould, Alice Ross, Shirley Bel-
kin, Seymour Raskin and Sam
Instructor is Mrs. Evie Or-
bach. Guests invited.
The program previously an-
nounced for this date, "An Eve-
ning with Beth Laikin," will be
presented April 1.
Mrs. Orbach's class will
start its second session 8 p.m.
Feb. 10, at the center. The 15
classes are open to nonmem-
bers. Registration will be
taken at the first class meet-
Mrs. Orbach has worked in
New York with Morris Carnov-
sky and Sidney Lumet. Her
New York credits include Sean
O'Casey's "The Plow and the
Stars," Chekov's, "The Cherry
Orchard" and "Winterset" by
Maxwell Anderson.

Heal families, Krim, announces
construction will start immedi-
ately on a full-scale theatrical
center in Sterling Township
along Van Dyke and 19-Mile
The world's largest panora-
mic screen will be viewed from
three locations: a 1,400-car
drive-in; a unique living room
auditorium; and the whisper
studio, where adults can smoke
and dine leisurely as they
watch the show.
Opening in the summer of
1964 also will be an ultramodern
six-lane c a f et e r i a, garden-
waterfall dining room and chil-
dren's playground and teddy-
bear wading pool. Car heaters
and snow defrosters will es-
tablish year-round operation.
Special projection equipment
will include such processes as
70-mm Cinerama, and 35-mm
Cinemascope, allowing presen-
tation of any first-run picture.
Partners in the venture
are Mac Krim of Beverly
Hills, and his brothers, Harry,
Leonard and Sol of Detroit.
Sol pioneered the Krim
Theater as the first art house
in Michigan, and their father,
the late Leon Krim, was one of
Michigan's largest theater
Absent from Detroit's show
world since leasing the Krim
Theater in 1958 to the Trans-
Lux Corp. of New York, the
brothers also plan an additional
1,400-car twin theater with a
second scree n. Simultaneous
showing of two features or stag-
gered starting times for the

Shortly after the opening of
the new theatrical c o m p 1 e x,
ground-breaking for an adjacent
shopping plaza will complete
utilization of the 50-acre site.

Heartfelt Thanks

I wish to thank all my friends
for their wonderful warm re-
sponse to my tea given for the
benefit of Yeshiva Bais Tora, of
West Haven, Conn., under the
excellent chairladyship of Mrs.
Joshua Sperka.
My special thanks to Rabbi
Samuel Prero for his moving
words and to Dr. Berton L.
London for his enlightening

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will be given a "well done" and
the new Civil Rights Commis-
sion welcomed to Detroit at a
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Among the groups sponsoring
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