Students Honor Secretary's Memory
When Britain's ROYAL BALLET!
Plans are now underway for the
comes to Detroit for four perform-1 fifth annual HUNTINGTON1
ances at Masonic Auditorium June WOODS ART FAIR, scheduled
11, 12 and 13, it will be the largest for Sept. 19 at Burton School.
and, in theatrical terms, "heavi- Amateur as well as professional
est" ballet troupe to travel in this artists are invited to show their
country. In terms of weight and work. Members of the community
number of effects, the current tour have been asked to participate.
exceeds any previous Royal Bal- For information, call Mrs. Ted
let tour and is even larger than Powers, LI 6-9366.
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the Bolshoi, heretofore considered
Nathaniel H. Goldstick, past president of Temple Israel, repre-
sented the Jewish National Fund Council of Detroit in presenting a
certificate to the Temple Israel religious school indicating that its
children have planted a grove of 1,000 trees in Israel. Members of the
Student Council dedicated the grove in memory of their late school
secretary, Irma Somlyo. The trees are being planted in the Bar
Kochba Forest of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations,
near Jerusalem. Pictured at the presentation ceremony are (from
left) Harold Somlyo, son of the late Mrs. Somlyo; Barry Wolk, co-
chairman of the Student Council; Goldstick; Mrs. Harold Bob-
roff, primary grade supervisor; Henry Traurig, co-chairman of the
Student Council; Harold Karbal, intermediate grade supervisor;
Julian S. Tobias, Temple president; and Sam Rabinowitz, school
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3,1ay 30 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Guttenberg (Patricia Ann
Roberts), formerly of Detroit, now
residing in Van Nuys, Calif., a
daughter, Ellyn Hope.
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May 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Sim-
son Sendler (Sue Hyams), 20296
Blackstone, a son, Edward Daniel.
May 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
more Resnick (Sandra Goldfarb),
15340 Steel, a son, Michael Steven.
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May 24—To Mr. and Mrs.
Roger M. Gottfried (Vivian Liber),
20342 Archer, a daughter, Lisa
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May 24 To Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Edgar, 22085 Tredwell, Farm-
ington, a daughter, Joan Alicia.
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May 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Wasserman (Audrey Iczkovitz),
20258 Maplewood, Livonia, a daugh-
ter, Susan Kim.
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May 22—To Dr. and Mrs. Milton
Meyers (Marlene Newman), 24081
Moritz, Oak Park, a daughter,
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the largest troupe traveling in the
world. To transport the more than
70 tons of scenery and effects
which came from England, ten 70-
foot, balloon-top baggage cars are
required. The company is carry-
ing 12 different productions which
necessitate transporting 180 drops,
each 68 feet long.
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Another forward step in the cul-
tural program of Detroit will oc-
cur today June 4, when Mayor
JEROME P. CAVANAGH is sche-
duled to turn the first soil of
groundbreaking for a major north
wing addition to the INSTITUTE
of ARTS. Construction rigging will
appear along Kirby Avenue be-
tween Woodward and John R as
May 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Jerry work begins on the $5,300,000
_111uskovitz (Alive Levitsk,7), 20237 north wing. LAWRENCE A.
FLEISCHMAN, president, Detroit
Redfern, a son, Steven Howard.
Arts Commission. and EDWARD E.
ROTHMAN, vice president, Foun-
ders Society Detroit Institute of
Arts, will speak.
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MEMORIAL_ HOME ASSOCIA-
TION, at its convention of dele-
gates recently, elected and in-
stalled the following officers: Sol
M. Hoberman, president: Irving S.
Cane, Jack Schwartz and Harry
Friedman, vice presidents; Ruth
Cohen, treasurer; Shirley Iden,
Jack Berman, Roland Gottesman
and Reuben Nachinan, three-year
board members; Faye Katz, two-
year; and Inez Cane, one-year.
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LAWRENCE H. JONES AUXILI-
ARY will hold its annual garden
party luncheon and the last meet-
ing of the season noon Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Zelda Mich-
lin, 14241 W. Nine Mile, Oak Park.
Mesdames Ruth Schreiber, Frances
Gavern, Ann Solomon and Herman
Bregman will hostess the luncheon.
Those needing rides call Mrs. Breg-
man, BR 3-1403.
JOSEPH L. BALE POST will
hold its ninth annual golf outing
June 15 at Hillcrest Country Club,
it was announced by Commander
A film on IMMIGRATION IN
AMERICA'S HISTORY will be
shown noon and 3 p.m. daily
through Thursday at the Detroit
Historical Museum. The movie de-
picts the major waves of immigra-
tion to the United States from the
early 17th Century to the present.
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An orientation meeting for
parents interested in enrolling
their children in the OAK PARK
SUMMER COOPERATIVE NUR-
SERY will be held 8:15 p.m.
Thursday at Pepper Elementary
School. The program, available
for children ages 3 through 5, will
run from June 21 to Aug. 14, in
the school. For information. call
'qrs. Julius Brodsky, LI 1-7990, or
Mrs. Maurice Block, LI 6-1835.
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"Trio II," the fourth produc-
tion of the DETROIT THEATER
GUILD, will be presented 8:30
p.m. today and Saturday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. The pro-
duction consists of two one-act
comedies and a drama, "Fumed
Oak" by Noel Coward, "Sham" by
Howard Waterstone. There will be Frank Tompkins and "The Dirty
all-day golf, dinner and awards Old Man," by Lewis John Car-
and prizes. For information and lino.
reservations, call Pete Yura, UN
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Services to Launch
The recent works of OWEN
SHAPIRO will be shown to the
public June 8-July 5 at the Raven
Gallery, Birmingham. Shapiro, a
graduate of Cass Technical High
School, received his bachelor
degree from Pratt Institute in
New York and is presently work-
ing toward his master of fine arts
degree at Brooklyri College.
Sabbath services will launch the
convention weekend scheduled by
the Jewish War Veterans Depart-
ment of Michigan 9 a•m. June 12
at Cong. Beth Moses.
Announcement of plans was THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
made jointly by State Commander 28—Friday, June 4, 1965
John Litsky and State President
Shirley Iden. Chief of staff is
That Saturday evening, there
will be a 9 p.m. champagne
party at the Labor Zionist In-
Sunday sessions at the Insti-
tute will begin with 8 a.m break-
fast followed by memorial serv-
ices and business session at 9:30.
On the agenda are the presen-
tation of scholarship awards and
the election of officers. The State
Commander's Banquet will be
held 7 p.m. Sunday at the Shera-
The Hebrew University an-
nounced the appointment of DR.
NATHAN ROTTENSTREICH, head
of the philosophy department, as
university rector. The 51-year-old
philosopher is the first rector who
studied at and was graduated from
A recital by the NEW STRING
QUARTET will be given 8:30
p.m. Sunday in the lecture hall of
the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Amalia Joanou, on violin, Annie
Kavafian, violin, Kay Buchbind-
er, viola, and Carol Schwartz, cel-
lo, will perform. The program will
feature premiere of Robert Shul-
man's Quartet No. 1.
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Garelick's Gallery will open a
month-long display Sunday of the
work of all artists who exhibit at
the gallery, as well as a complete
collection of graphics, some of
them original limited editions, by
Picasso, Chagell, Miro and Renoir.
The show will open 1-6 p.m. Sun-
day through July 31.
Dignity does not consist in a
silk dress. —the Talmud
By Mrs. Rosen
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All physicians are invited
to the annual Alumni Day at
SINAI HOSPITAL beginning 8:30
a.m. Wednesday in the main lec-
ture room with the presentation
of papers by hospital staff mem-
bers. At 11 a.m., DR. DAVID M.
SPAIN, director of laboratories,
Brookdale Hospital Center, and
clinical professor of pathology at
the State University of New York
Downstate Medical Center, will
speak on "Occupational Physical
Activity and Atherosclerosis." Dr_
Spain will conduct a clinical path-
ology conference beginning 1:45
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