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April 03, 1964 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-04-03

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Friday, April 3, 1964

Passover in Spain 700 Years Ago

This Passover scene of the 13th Century will be shown
at the American-Israel Pavilion of the New York World's Fair
as one of eight dioramas depicting Jewish life in different
countries of the diaspora. Other exhibits will feature "A Jour-
ney Through 4,000 years of Jewish History," including Biblical
times and modern Israel.

Announcements

March 17—To Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Howes, 18510 Ilene, a
daughter. Pamela Camelot.
"RASKIN
* * *
BIG BABY BONUS"
March
17—To
Mr. and Mrs.
MRS. STANLEY HART
Robert Berliner (B a r b a r a
(8 lbs., 51/2 oz.)
Congratulations on the birth of
Karch), 21649 Stratford Ct., Oak
your son and we hope the
'ark, a son, Steven Aaron.
RASKIN PRODUCTS you re-
* * *
ceived helped make your first
week at home easier.
March 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
RASKIN FOOD CO. Bert Stahl (Jennie Z. Kanter),
26359 York, Huntington Woods,
March 30—To Mr. and Mrs. a daughter, Dori Ellen.
Melvin Seffinger (Shirley Vic-
tor), 25819 Southwood, South- `Graphic Jewish History'
field, a son, Robert Neil.
* * *
Supported by Sponsors
T h e Graphic History of the
March 26—To Mr. and Mrs. I
Marvin Perlin (Rhoda Stolsky), Jewish Heritage" a new Biblical
19498 Antago, Livonia, a son, !book visually portraying the
' Biblical period, has the distinc-
Andrew Neal.
tion of owing its elaborate pub-
• * *
lication to many outstanding
March 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Jewish celebrities.
Sidney R. Rubin (Marilyn Good-
man), 1119 W. Farnurn, Royal i Herman Wouk, Pulitzer Prize
author. was the first to con-
Oak, a son, Jeffrey Edward.
tribute and lead the way for a
* * *
sponsorship group to endow this
March 24—To Dr. and Mrs. book. Joseph Schlang, Wall
Milton F. Simmons (Edith Lei- Street realtor and philanthropist,
der), 18658 George Washing- was interested by Wouk to head
ton, Southfield, a daughter, Mel- a nonprofit Foundation of Spon-
odie Shawn.
sors. Richard Tucker, noted
* *
Metropolitan Opera star, Albert
March 20—To Mr. and Mrs. A. List, industrialist, Major Max
Michael J. Grey (Cindy Grand), Shulman, president 61 J. W.
19363 Parker, Livonia, a daugh- Mays, Lou Fried, president of
ter, Lori Susan.
National Shoes, Max Bressler,
• • *
Benjamin Harris, Dave Borowit
March 20—To Mr. and Mrs. —Chicago philanthropists, and
Leonard Gaba (Adele Klein- more than 50 other leaders from
bard), of Des Moines, Iowa, a all over. have sponsored this
son, Paul Leslie.
book.. "The Graphic History of
* * *
the Jewish Heritage" was edited
March 20—To Mr. and Mrs. by P. Wollman-Tsamir and pub-
Robert S. Moers (Shirley Nich- lished by Shengold Publishers.
ols), 10555 Elgin, Huntington
A party at Town Club, New
Woods, a daughter, Stacey Lynn. York, brought the sponsors to-
gether for the first time to cele-
l)rate the publication and to re-
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limited numbered edition, for
sponsors only.
Joseph Schlang is chairman of
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Rabbi M. Pick
Marilyn Perlman
Donor Event Set
Named to Head to Wed Mr. Widlan by Y oungW omen
Akiva Day School
of Bicur Cholemn

The board of governors of the
Akiva Hebrew Day School an-
nounces the appointment of
Rabbi Manfred Pick of Denver,
Col., as principal for the aca-
demic year beginning in Septem-
ber.
Ordained at Yeshiva Univers-
ity, Rabbi Pick
is a native of
Frankfurt - on -
M a i n, G e r-
many. He at-
tended the He-
brew Theologi-
cal College in
Chicago and
received a
B.S. degree
Pick
from N o r t h-
western University in 1945. He
received his "semicha" from the
Rabbi E 1 c h a n a n Theological
Seminary of Yeshiva University
and his M.A. in the field of
school administration from Mar-
quette University.
Rabbi Pick taught at the
Hofetz Haim Kibbutz in Israel
and in the Westchester Hebrew
Day School of Mamaroneck, N.Y.
He served as principal of the
Milwaukee Hebrew Academy of
Milwaukee for five years and
for the past seven years has
been principal of the Hillel
Academy of Denver.
For information, call the
Akiva Hebrew Day School, 342-
9119, 1-4 p.m. Monday-Thursday.

* * *

But It's All in the Family

We regret an error in the ad-
vertisement of Akiva Hebrew
Day School last week. Menashe
Haar, not his brother Moshe,
should have been listed in the
Passover greeting.

`Streetcar' Cast Set
By Center Theater

Center Theater announces the
cast of Tennessee Williams' "A
Streetcar Named Desire" di-
rected by Burton Wright and
designed by Abe Zitomer.
They are Addie Beckerman,
Whit Vernon, Sylvia Josephson,
Errol Fortin, Mark Zussman,
Fran Aaron, Abe Ulanoff, El-
liot Siegel, Milli Stennis and
Nancy Smith.
Performance dates will be
May 2 and 3, 9 and 10.
Tickets will be available at
the Jewish Center.

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BB Women's Council
to Hold Installation

Mrs. Harry Bodzin, president
of Bnai Brith Women's Council
of Detroit, has appointed Mrs.
Sanford Rosenthal chairman of
the forthcoming Council instal-
lation of officers noon Thursday
at Imperial Caterers.
Serving with Mrs. Rosen-
thal are Mesdames James
Kraft and Morris Pleason,
arrangements; and Medames
Wilfred Katz, Herman Gold-
enberg, reservations.
Mrs. Phillip Fealk, vice pres-
ident of Bnai Brith Women Dis-
trict 6, will install Mrs. Jack
Sayles as president of the De-
troit Council.
For luncheon reservations,
call Mrs. Katz, UN 1-7066, or
Mrs. Goldenberg, UN 4-0109.

Want ads get quick results!

MISS MARILYN PERLMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Perlman
of Heyden Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Marilyn Sue to Sheldon Widlan,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wid-
lan of Stahelin Rd.
The bride-elect is a senior in
Wayne State University's Col-
lege of Education. Her fiance is
studying medicine at WSU,
where he is a member of Phi
Delta Epsilon medical frater-
nity.
A December wedding is plan-
ned.

Hashomer Hatzair
Sets 'Kibbutz' Seder

An Israeli, kibbutz-style third
seder will be presented by Has-
homer Hatzair, Zionist Youth
Movement 8 p.m. today at the
Labor Zionist Institute.
The Haggadah used is an
English translation of the one
used by the kibbutzim of the
Artzi Federation in Israel. Sing-
ing, dancing and music are
woven into the reading of the
Haggadah. Refreshments and
community dancing and singing
will follow the performance.
*
*
*

Zionist Youth Camp
Extends Camp Period

Asher Livne, education direc-
tor of the Detroit branch of Has-
homer Hatzair, Zionist youth
movement, has announced the
lengthening of the 1964 summer
camp period, which now ex-
tends from June 29 to Aug. 10.
The camp at Perth, Ont., is
owned with the Montreal and
Toronto branches of Hashomer
Hatzair, which is connected
with the Kibbutz Artzi federa-
tion, consisting of 73 communal
agricultural settlements.
In addition to the camp, the
movement presents a year-round
educational program about Is-
rael, Jewish culture and kib-
butz and other subjects for Jew-
ish youth ages 9 to 18. For in-
formation, call Livne, UN 4-
5696.

Zionist-Revisionists
Will Celebrate 16th
Israeli Anniversary

Many faceted, fine cut
glass heirlooms like the
one pictured here are dressing
dinner tables today across the
nation in a return to the opul-
ence of another area. This 15-
inch plate is representative of
much of the cut glass being
found in antique shops today
and is only one of many cut
glass items to be found at the
40th semi-annual exhibit of the
Great Lakes Antique Show
when it opens at Detroit's Mas-
onic Temple on Wednesday,
April 8. Punch bowls, plates,
glasses and other cut and en-
graved pieces, created during
the "Brilliant Period" between
1880 and 1905, may be seen
through Saturday, April 11. The
hours-12 noon to 10:30 p.m.
daily (last day 9 p.m.). Every-
thing is for sale.

The Zionist-Revisionists of De-
troit will observe the 16th an-
niversary of the establishment
of the State of Israel, at a din-
ner-dance 9 p.m. Saturday at
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim.
The date also marks the 20th
anniversary of the formation of
the Irgun Zvai Leumi, the under-
ground forces which ultimately
compelled the British to with-
draw from Israel.
The program for the event will
include music by Eric Rosenow
and his Continentals. All pro-
ceeds will be contributed to the
Israeli National Sick Fund.
For reservations call Steven
Goldin, LI 7-3606; Norman Horo-
witz, DI 1-2940; or Max Mine, LI
5-5681.

Uriel Simri, one of Israel's
Peace Corps members, who grad-
uated from CCNY, is currently
in Addis Ababa setting up a
national sports program for
Ethiopia.

Young Women's Bicur Cho-
lem Organization will hold a
donor luncheon noon April 14
at Raleigh House.
Bicur Cholera, which trans-
lated means "aid for the needy
sick," raises funds for food,
clothing, medicine and house-
hold goods for distressed Detroit
families. The 29-year-old organ-
ization is under the leadership
of Mrs. Bernard Sumner, presi-
dent.
Mrs. Joseph Viedrah, donor
luncheon chairman, announces
professional entertainment will
follow the luncheon.
Other chairmen are Mesdames
David Berman, yearbook; Henry
Schwartz and Simon Shifman,
tickets.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Schwartz, UN 4-3056, or Mrs.
Shifman, UN 4-6730.

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