Detroiter's Name on Israeli Stadimn
Sholom Aleichem Classic Will Be Staged
by Center Theater at Book Fair's Opening
"Tevya and His Daughters," Ar- same time, he was acting with
On the closing day, the Metro-
politan Detroit Jewish Education
nold Perl's adaptation of Sholom Detroit's Yiddish theater. He had
Conference will be held 1 p.m.
Aleichem's famous story, will take leads in Center Theater produc-
in Shiffman Hall, to which facul-
I Center stage the opening night of tions "Middle of the Night" and
ties, administrators and school
the 14th annual Book Fair at the "The Flowering Peach."
The same evening, at 8:15, Leo board members from all Jewish
Jewish Center Nov. 13.
With curtain time at 8:30, the W. Schwarz will speak on "The schools are invited.
Center Theater play also will be Jewish Image in American Fiction"
Theme wlil be "Co-Curricular
presented Nov. 6, 7, 11 and 14 in in Shifman Hall. Author of "The and Enrichment Reading Material
the auditorium. Jewish Caravan" and two new for the Jewish Schools." Chairman
Leo Mogill, 23131 Harding, Oak works coming out soon, "Man and will be Albert Elazar, superintend-
Park, will play Tevya. Mogill has Values in contemporary Liter- ent of the United Hebrew Schools.
been acting in this area since attire" and a biography, "Wolf- Coordinators are Dr. Irving Panush
the 1930s, when he was an active son of Harvard," Schwarz will of the UHS and Sidney Selig, of
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin I. Cohn join Prof. David Amiran (second member of the Contemporary The- have many of his recent works on Beth Shalom School.
ater of Detroit. It was in this display and for sale throughout
Close to 1,000 titles will be ex-
from left), vice-president of the Hebrew University, at the unveiling
of the plaque at the new 17,000-seat stadium in honor of Detroit group that he acted in all of the the Book Fair, which closes hibited in a special display of
books published in Israel. Most of
late Clifford Odets plays. At the Nov. 21.
philanthropist Charles Grosberg. Cohn, a cousin of Grosberg, who
Israel's major publishers will be
could not be present due to illness, is chairman of this year's
represented in all categories and
Scopus Dinner of the American Friends of the Hebrew University,
in both Hebrew and English. Spon-
who earlier dedicated the Detroit Dormitory, a student residential
sored by the Jewish National
soothingly, "if you want to stick Fund, the exhibit will be held in
BY CHARLOTTE HYAMS
I tossed the three invitations around a couple of hours, there's the room adjoining Shiffman Hall,
The JNF also will sponsor an
(two donor luncheons and a book going to be a big dinner here
address by Abraham I. Katsh of
review) into the air, and the one tonight."
"Oh, no, you're mistaken," I New York University's Hebrew In-
that fell face down won. I would
Oct. 16 — To Mr. and Mrs. Saul go to the book review.
said, "it's being held down the stitute Nov. 15.
Last Week's Winner of the
Nusbaum (Beverly Hoffman), 13410
The Center's Jewish Parents In-
Gosh, I thought, I really wanted street, and it's not a dinner, it's a
Dartmouth, Oak Park, a son, Alan to go to that first donor luncheon. lecture."
stitute will sponsor a discussion of
"Oh, no," he replied, smiling, "The Contemporary American Jew-
But there was nothing to be
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Oct. 15 — To Mr. and Mrs. Irving had been my method of choosing one."
MRS. ERWIN HOLLANDER
L. Markel (Marilyn Resner), 19729
(8 lbs., 9 1/2 oz.)
"B-b-but I tell you I'm sure,"
what invitation to accept for a
Littlefield, a son, Steven Joel.
I cried out in anguish. "There
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"Well n o w," he stammered,
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Stulberg (Roberta Lipton), 22140 bert J. Galens, 25539 Briar Dr., gether and program their events "maybe you've go t something
there. Two organizations hired me
Dante, Oak Park, a daughter,
Oak Park, a son, Stephen Andrew.
for tonight, but maybe I got a
method was carefully thought out.
little confused. You could be
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Oct. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Herman
1157 David Whitney Bldg.
Oct. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
When I got to the book re-
Of course I was right. I smiled
Marshall Schreiber (Judith Kap- Moehlman (Barbara Schare), 20135
view, the membership chairman smugly. After all, when it comes
Day and Eve. App't. Except Thurs.
lan), formerly of Flint and now Votrobeck Ct., a son, Steven Ed-
met me at the door. "I'm sorry," to programming, my system never
of Chicago, a daughter, Wendy. ward.
she said, "the hook review has
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I went to the luncheon, but it
Oct. 16 — To Mr. and Mrs. Jack' Oct. 4—To Mr
y was the wrong one. The janitor
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"I know," I sobbed, "don't tell
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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
1--Friday, October 29. 1966
20 to 50% OFF
ON ALL OFF-INVENTORY
LINGERIE & INTIMATE APPAREL
5 DAYS\ ONLY
MON., NOV. 1 thru FRI., NOV. 5
by 'Mitzvah Workers'
HANK'S CUSTOM CLOTHES,
15850 W. 7 Mile, is celebrating its
Editor. The Jewish News:
grand opening this week, featur-
The Temple Israel Youth Group's ing custom clothes at reasonable
Mitzvah Day was held Oct. 17. The prices with fitting and alterations
thanks for making this day so personally supervised by master
prosperous must go to the mem- tailor Hank. Hank was a designer
bers of the community who made of men's clothing in Israel for 13
this whole day possible by letting years.
us work for them. . .
Because we received so many Halloween Candy Sought
opportunities to work, we found it
impossible to complete all of the for Children in Need
Unwanted Halloween candy will
assignments called to us. To those
who took the time to wait for us provide treats to over 300 needy
to work, only to find that we did youngsters in the Oakland County
not arrive, our sincere apologies. Children's Center this year.
Young trick-or-treat collectors
We worked hard, and completed a
majority of jobs.. We wanted to do may help out these children by
them all, but we ran out of time. dropping off their unwanted good-
We take this opportunity to pub- ies at the center on Dixie or at the
licly thank all of the workers and home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lan-
employers who made this Mitzvah dau, of 24231 Gardner, Oak Park,
Day the greatest in our youth who have held this candy drive
for many years. Other drop-off
points are Pepper, Roosevelt and
Einstein schools. Candy must be
THE TEMPLE ISRAEL
in before Sunday.
Bras . . as low as
Girdles . as low as
Lingerie . as low as
GREEN-8 SHOPPING CENTER
DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM NORTHLAND
Tues., Wed. & Fri. 10 to 5 p.m.—A4on., Thurs. & Sat. 10 to 9 p.m.