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August 27, 1965 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-27

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Bond Celebration Honors Mersky

At the Berditehev-Keshenev celebration which honored Frank
Mersky, president are (from left) Mersky, Louis Bassin, vice presi-
dent and chairman of the affair and Probate Judge Ira G. Kaufman,
the guest speaker. The affair was in behalf of Israel Bands.

Consul. Barmore
to Cut Ribbon at
Israel Art Exhibit

Jacob Barmore, consul general
of Israel for the midwest, will cut
a blue ribbon in ceremonies mark-
ing the official opening of the Art
Israel Exhibit at the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts, Sept. 7, at a special
patrons' preview.
The exhibit, sponsored jointly by
the America-Israel Cultural Foun-
dation, Inc., and the International
Council of the Museum of Modern
Art, New York, will be shown in
Detroit in cooperation with the
Jewish Welfare Federation and the
Jewish Community Center.
Of the 26 painters and sculptors
whose works will be represented
in the show, only Yaacov Agam,
Mordecai Ardon, Moshe Tamir and
Anna Ticho are known to the inter-
national art world. When Dr. Wil-

A

nnouncements

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Aug. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Stewart Hylton Levin (Arlene
Goldenberg), 18661 Hillcrest, Livo-
nia, a son, Craig Rodney.
• * *
Aug. 16—To Mr. and Mrs. James
Weitzman (Roberta Finkle), 20810
Parklawn, Oak Park, a daughter,
Karin Ann.
* * *
Aug. 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Gorosh (Suzie Davis) 21614
Stratford Ct., Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Deborah Hope.
* * *
Aug. 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Lebowitz (L i n d a Raimi),
15575 Agnew, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Cindy Robin.
* * *
Aug. 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
moure Kirsch (Carolyn Gross),
19355 St. Francis, Livonia, a son,
Aaron Michael.
• * *
Aug. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Gerard
J. Gunzburger (Suzanne Nathan) of
Fairfield, Conn., a daughter, Cyn-
thia Anne.
* * *
Aug. 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Ishbia (Lois Polinsky), 29533 East-
field, Farmington, a son, Howard
Allen.

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Aug. 11—To Dr. and Mrs. Alan
I. Zane (Audrey Rocklin), 19212
Ohio, twin sons, Bradley Regan
and Robert Brian.
* * *
Aug. 11—To Mr. and Mrs. David
Steinhardt (Elaine Schultz), 24833
Rensselaer, Oak Park, a son, Rob-
ert Ian.

Aug. 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
don Dulberg (Florence Kobaker),
24011 Jerome, Oak Park, twins, a
son, Michael Edward, and a daugh-
ter, Cheryl Anne.
• * *
Aug. 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
N. Pevos (Suzanne Victor) 10241
Dartmouth, Oak Park, a daughter,
Julie Ann.

*

* *

Aug. 10—To Dr. and Mrs. Mar-
shall Strome (Deena Lazarov),
19947 Lahser, a son, Scott Eric.

Aug.- 9—To Dr. and Mrs. David
Edgar (Ruth Smith), 15331 James,
Oak Park, a daughter, Linda Beth.

*

* *

Aug. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Howard
M. Ellis (Elisheva Gorrelick),
15151 James, Oak Park, a son
Perry Dean.

*

* *

Aug. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth A. Soble (Doree Ellen Zuc-
kerman), 20990 Potomac, South-
field, a son, David Sean.
* * *
July 28—To Dr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Bartholomew (Helene Lof-
man), 24831 Rensselaer, Oak Park,
a son, Frederick David.

Phone: 863-0256
Detroit

Liam Seitz of the Museum of Mod-
ern Art in New York selected the
works for the show he tried to
exemplify the broadest possible
spectrum of what is being created
in Israel today. The result is a
show with a distinctly internation-
al flavor.
The America-Israel Cultural
Foundation is a beneficiary of the
Allied Jewish Campaign of the
Federation.
Max J. Pincus, chairman of the
pa trons' committee, announced
that the patrons' group, still in for-
mation now, includes many of De-
troit's most prominent citizens.

Business Briefs

*

* *

The London Look, for straight
or curly hair, as interpreted by
NINO SALON stylists, will comple-
ment the appearance of every well-
dressed woman, with the look of
casualness and smartness.
* * *
The opening of American Litho-
Color Co., offset printers, has
been announce d by JOHN E.
STAIILER, general manager of
the new firm.

Nearly 40,000 dunams (10,000
acres) of non-arable mountain and
desert land will be planted with
forests this year by the Jewish
National Fund.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, August 27, 1965

Undersecretary of State for Afri-
can Affairs G. Mennen Williams,
former governor of Michigan, will
be the headlined
speaker at the
Sept. 12 testi-
monial dinner
honoring Leo
Polk.
The dinner will
be held at 6 p.m.
at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel,
and is being spon-
sored by the Rab-
bi Mandel M.
Williams Zager - Louis
Stone Lodge of Bnai Brith. Fed-
eral Judge George Edwards will
be toastmaster.
The Detroit Common Council re-
cently passed the following unani-
mous resolution praising Polk for
his many activities:

WHEREAS, The City of Detroit has
been honored by the outstanding ac-
tivities of one of its citizens for the
past twenty-five years as a Champion
Blood Donor and volunteer leader in
the Mobile Blood Program of the De-
troit Chapter of the American Red
Cross; and
WHEREAS, Leo Polk has taken a
leadership roll in the AFL-CIO, United
Foundations. Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, Allied Jewish Campaign, United
Negro College Fund, Bnai Brith for
25 years and has received recognition
and awards from the State of Michi-
gan, City of Detroit, 42nd Rainbow Di-
vision Assn. of Michigan, National Red
Cross, Jewish War Veterans, Bnai
Brith, etc., and
WHEREAS, Leo Polk has achieved
the distinction of having donated 318
pints of blood and has been instrumen-
tal in recruiting ten of thousands of
blood donors in the City of Detroit
and the State of Michigan since Pearl
Harbor; and
WHEREAS, Leo Polk, a Board mem-
ber of the American Red Cross Detroit
Chapter for 20 years, has been respon-
sible for starting projects such as the
Inter-Faith Blood Mobiles, Operation
Leaky Arm at Jackson Prison where
the inmates have donated close to

60,000 pints of blood to Red Cross, and
these patterns have been followed
throughout the United States; Now,
Therefore, Be It
RESOLVED, That the Detroit Com-
mon Council, in behalf of the people
of the City, express appreciation and
commendation to Leo Polk in recogni-
tion of his excellent civic service and
the fine example he has set for others
to follow, and that a copy of this Reso-
lution be presented to him at the Testi-
monial Dinner in his honor by Zager-
Stone Lodge of Bnai 'Brith on Sunday,
September 12, 1965.

Strategic Outpost
A new outpost being built by
the Jewish National Fund will be
settled in November on the eastern
border of Israel's "narrow waist,"
where only 12 miles separate the
Mediterranean Sea from the King-
dom of Jordan.

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"CAMELOT," Lerner and Loewe's
majestic musical which racked up
a 25-month run on Broadway, is at
Northland Playhouse for two
weeks, with stage-screen-television
star Patricia Morison heading the
cast.
* * *
Detroit Mayor Jerome P. Cava-
nagh has proclaimed the week of
Aug. 22-28 as AMERICAN INSTI-
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Motor City. AIB Week coincides
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