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May 01, 1964 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-01

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Luncheon to Mark
Group's 44th Year

BREVITIES

Some 140 members of the
State Bar of Michigan and their
wives will fly to Europe in early
May, the first chartered plane
leaving today. Law Day. Chair-
man of the 22-day trip is Detroit
attorney ROBERT FENTON. The
group will meet various European
political figures , and top European
legal authorities. Several recep-
tions by foreign bar organizations
have been planned in their honor.
The second chartered plane will
leave May 8.
* *
"THE MIRACLE WORKER" will
be presented by The Stagecrafters,
the Oakland County Community
Theater organization, at Lamphere
Junior High School, M a d i s on
Heights, May 15-17. For ticket in-
formation and reservations, call
Grirmells, Royal Oak.
* * *
"A Streetcar Named Desire" will
be presented 8:30 p.m. May 2-3 and
9-10 by the Jewish Center Theater.
Tickets are available at the Center
box office and at the Wayne State
University box office.
* * *
The ANNUAL VOCAL AUDI-
TIONS sponsored by the Depart-
ment of Parks and Recreation with
cooperation from the Detroit Fed-
eration of Musicians for residents
of the Detroit area, will offer nine
awards to singers who will then
perform during the summer con-
cert series of the Detroit Concert
Band. The Grand Award winner
will receive a scholarship and an
opportunity to appear with the De-
troit Symphony Orchestra.
* * *
An ARMED FORCES WEEK BAND
CONCERT will be presented by
the U. S. Air Force Academy Band
with several numbers by the Gen-
eral Motors Chorus, 8:30 p.m. May
11 at Ford Auditorium. Free tick-
ets are available at Grinnell's
Ford Auditorium ticket office, or
by writing now to Armed Froces
Week Concert, Post Office Box
464, Detroit 32.

The DETROIT INSTITUTE OF
MUSICAL ART will present Laurie
Lindemulder, pianist, in a faculty
recital, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in
Boughton Hall, 5350 John R. at
Kirby. The recital is open to the
public.
* *
Oak Parkers participating in the
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE an-
nual Bermuda Day, Car Wash and
Work Day, today and Saturday, will
be helping to bring a foreign ex-
change student to Oak Park High
for the school term, 1964-65. On
Bermuda Day, today, all OPHS
students who purchase Bermuda
licenses will be allowed to wear
sport clothes to school for that day
only. A Bermuda hop will be held
that evening at the school. Folk
singing by the Tempests will be
featured. Students will volunteer
their services Saturday. Call LI.
8-0200, extension 246, to place a
request. The telephone number
Saturday is LI. 8-0206. A car wash
also will be held that day in the
school parking lot. The AFS club
has set $800 as its goal for these
activities, and is seeking a home
for the student.
* * *
INFORMATION on educational
opportunities and military respon-
sibilities will be a feature of
ARMED FORCES EVENING 7 to 9
p.m. Wednesday at Mumford High
School. Following this presenta-
tion, the Mumford Parents Club will
hold its regular meeting.
* * *
The works of SABINA TEICH-
MAN, of New York, considered
among the most important con-
temporary American artists, will be
featured in Grinnell Galleries, Mrs.
Teiclunan, who works in oil, water-
color and pen and ink, often por-
trays family situations. There are
also religious themes—always with
the emphasis on people. His work
is included in the collections of
Brandeis University, Bezalel Na-
tional Museum of Israel, Tel Aviv
Museum, and many others.

Arth, An

April 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Schrieman (Phyllis Foster), 18618
Flamingo, Livonia, a son, Richard
"RASKIN
Alan.
BIG BABY BONUS"
* * *
MRS. ARNOLD KRESCH
April 20—To Dr. and Mrs. Albert
(Twins—boy and girl)
and
R. Korby (Nancy Jacobs), 20546
MRS. GEORGE R. KERWIN
Plainview, a daughter, Beth Andrea.
(boy-9 lbs., 9 oz.)
* * *
Congratulations on the birth of your
children and we hope the RASKIN
April 20—To Dr. and Mrs. Gil-
PRODUCTS you received helped
bert M. Berman (Shirley Fealk),
make your first week at home easier.
17435 Manderson, a daughter, Beth
RASKIN FOOD CO.
Diane.
* * *
April 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
April 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack
nard Mege (Judy Taub), 18477 Gil- Wolrauch, 14520 Northfield, Oak
man, Livonia, a son, Richard Park, twin daughters, Heidi and
David.
Lesley.
* * *
April 15—To Dr. and Mrs. Her-
Recommended by Physicians
bert H. Goodwin (Barbara Rosen-
thal), 24060 Rennselaer, Oak Park,
twins, Norman Brice and Andrea
Beryl.
* * *
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April 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Larry
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LI 1-9769
A. Weingarden (Arlene Page),
1331 W. Farnum, Royal Oak, a
son, Donald. Randall.
* * *
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
April
14—To
Mr. and Mrs. Fred
RABBI
Apel (Carolyn Sills), 24051 Seneca,
Oak Park, a son, Donald Eugene.
* * *
April 7—To Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy
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Serving in Hospitals and Homes
S. Neumann (Brenda Fried), 15640
Addison, Southfield, a son, Michael
David.
* * *
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* *

March 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Bar-
Ty M. Grant (Lisa Green), 28230
Red Leaf Lane, Southfield, a
daughter, Nanci Jill
*
To Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Adler
(Elaine Pliskow), 1111 Maiden
Lane Court, Ann Arbor, a son,
Michael Charles.

THE DETROIT JEWISH

28

NEWS

Friday, May 1, 1964

The Overseas placement officer
at Selfridge Air Force Base has
announced that qualified element-
ary and secondary teachers are
needed to staff many Department
of Defense OVERSEAS DEPEND-
ENTS SCHOOLS. Transportation
overseas at government expense,
free housing, low cost of living
and salary differentials are a few
of the advantages offered. For in-
formation, contact Marjorie M. Ful-
ler, Overseas Placement Office,
Civilian Personnel Office, Self-
ridge AFB.'
* * *
The 50th anniversary of "BE
KIND TO ANIMALS WEEK" will
start with Humane Sunday, and
will run through May 9.
* *
OAK PARK SUMMER CO-OPER-
ATIVE NURSERY will hold an
eight-week summer program for
children 3-5 at Pepper Elementary
School. Sessions meet three morn-
ings weekly. For information, call
Mrs. Stanford Weinberg, member-
ship chairman, LI 7-9839.
*
*
BORMAN FOOD STORES, INC.
consolidated net income for the
29 weeks ended March 28 was $2,-
143,000 after provision of $2,355,000
for federal income taxes and is
equivalent to 88 cents per share.
Net income for the comparable
period ended March 30, 1963 was
$1,646,000, or 67 cents per share.
* *
The Israel-American Oil Corp.
announces that, following stock-
holder approval, the corporation's
name has been changed to ISRAM
CORP. and that the number of
shares outstanding has been re-
duced from 13,550,000 shares of
10 cents par value to 903,334 shares
of $1.50 par value through a re-
verse split of one new share for
15 old shares. The stock of the
corporation is traded on the Ameri-
can Stock Exchange and will con-
tinue to be listed under the symbol
IAO.
*
*
MARY BAKST, coloratura so-
prano, will be a featured soloist
in a concert of grand opera at the
Detroit Institute of Arts 3 p.m.
Sunday. Miss Bakst, winner of a
Fulbright scholarship, was trained
in Europe and has appeared both
on the Continent and in Israel.
This will be her first public ap-
pearance in Detroit. She is the
daughter of Mrs. Rose Bakst of
Schaefer Rd. and the late Mr.
Louis Bakst.

Detroiters to Receive
Principal's Certificates

The Mother and Daughter Donor
Luncheon of Jewish Women Euro-
pean Welfare Organization is
scheduled for noon Wednesday at
Imperial Caterers.
Mrs. Morris
Miller, president
of the organiza-
tion, announces
the 44th annual
event will feature
Italian baritone
E z i o DeFelicis,
accompanied by
pianist Joel
Nash.
Proceeds from
Mrs. Miller the frund-raising
luncheon will help support the
group's philanthropies, including
widows and orphans in Israel,
scholarships and other causes.
All women in the community
are invited.

Students of Mrs. Elio Charlip's
second grade class at Hillel Day
School will present a "space fair"
Americans for Progressive Israel 1 p.m. today. The public is invited.
—Hashomer Hatzair will hear Drs.
Mildred and Robert Axelrod, mem-
bers of the medical staff of a
and his
CARE project, report on their
year in Afghanistan 8:30 p.m. May
ORCHESTRA
9 at the Labor Zionist Institute.
"Music As You Like It"
HOME:
They will show films, and refresh-
OFFICE:
LI
7-0896
ments will follow. The public is
LI 5-2737
invited.

Sheldon Rott

`Streetcar' Student Fare

A presentation of "A Streetcar
Named Desire" by Tennessee Wil-
liams will be given at student
rates at the Jewish Center, 8 p.m.
Thursday for students in the 10th
11th and 12th grades.
For information call Rosemarie
Gabos, DI 1-3229, or Lisa Aronson,
VE 8-3534.

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Hashomer to View Films
of Afghanistan Mission

`Newcomers' in Club

A local couples g r o u p, The
Springfield Club, comprised of for-
mer residents of Springfield, Mass.,
has announced it will take in new
menbers from 30 to 50 years of
age. For information call presi-
dent Mrs. James Brown, KE 5-5686,
or Mrs. Paul Goldberg, 342-1565.

Three Detroiters will be among
the 41 principals and educational
directors of Jewish schools to be
awarded principal's certificates at
the 38th annual conference of the
National Council for Jewish Edu-
cation in Atlantic City May 21.
Dr. Emanuel Applebaum, head-
master of Hillel Day School; Syl-
van Ginsburgh, principal of the
high school of the United Hebrew
Schools; and Eli Grad, educational
director of Shaarey Zedek schools
will be recipients.
Delegates to the conference
represent Jewish schools of all
types and ideological trends. The
educational and cultural problems
of Israel as they relate to the
American-Jewish community, will
be presented by outstanding Is-
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