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December 03, 1965 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-03

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Joan Tatken Engaged
To Harold Provizer

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Ivan S. Bloch Chapter and lodge man. The Metropolitan Detroit
will meet 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Bnai Brith Councils, men and
t h e Workmen's s,
women, are joining the Israel Bond
Circle Center.
Committee in sponsoring this af-
Brig. General
fair.
S. L. A. Marshall,
Twenty-six Bnai Brith lodges
- editorial writer
and 22 chapters are participating
and military
in this tribute. The program will
Critic for the De-
include Robert Lurie of St. Louis,
News, will
national Israel Bond special events
speak on Israel
chairman, who served as the head
and his recent
of the Bnai Brith War Service pro-
trip to Europe.
gram in World War II and was
Marshall has
executive director of the Anti-
been to Israel
Defamation League in the New
five times, is an
England region. Eric Rosenow and
honorary fellow
his orchestra will provide the
of Bar - Han Uni- ANE,
music for dancing. The dinner will
versity and has Marshall
be preceded by a cocktail recep-
been decorated by Israel with the tion.
Medallion of Valor. Guests invited.
Presentation of the awards to
A social evening will follow.
the honorees will be made by Dr.
* * *
Wexler. The program will include
Palm Beach Hotel Bows Samuel G. Bank, president of the
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
to U.S. Anti-Bias Law
Council, and Mrs. Alan Nathan,
WASHINGTON — A Palm president of the Bnai Brith Wom-
Beach hotel under federal in- en's Council of Metropolitan De-
vestigation for denying accom- troit.
modations to Jews will yield to
For reservations call the Bond
the Civil Rights Act and "follow office, DI 1-5707.
a non-discriminatory policy in the
future," the U. S. Department of
Justice Monday informed the Anti- Chairman of Bnai Brith
Defamation League of Bnai Brith. International Council
The responose came in answer
to a League complaint against the
Breakers Hotel, the first filed
under the Civil Rights Act of
discrimination in public accom-
modations on religious grounds.
According to a national study
made public by the Anti-Defama-
tion League in August, the pro-
portion of winter resort hotels
that discriminate against Jews has
dropped from 14.8 per cent to 2.1
per cent in less than two years.

*

* *

22 Lodges to Sponsor
Bnai Brith Dinner
for Bonds on Dec. 11

-

At the Bnai Brith testimonial
diner-dance, Dec. 11, in the Adas
Shalom Social Hall, Dr. William
A. Wexler, international president
of Bnai Brith, the
guest speaker,
will mark his
first visit to De-
troit since his
election at the
triennial conven-
tion held in Is-
rael last May.
The affair will
honor Bnai Brith
leaders in this
Bank
area for their de-
__ votion to the Bnai Brith program
''?f service to Israel. Alexander
3ersuk will be the dinner chair-
,

By BENNETT CERF

"T

WONDER," speculated a housewife, "if you'd be kind
.I- enough to weigh this package for me." "Why certainly,"
the butcher agreed affably, "It weighs exactly four and a
quarter pounds." "Thank
you very much," nodded
the pretty housewife. "It
contains the bones in the
five-pound roast you sent
me yesterday."

*

4'

The great pianist, Artur
Rubenstein, often wondered
what sort of reception
might be accorded him if
he gave a concert in dis-
guise. One day on vacation
he found out. He used an
assumed name, wore a false
beard, and played his best
before a sparse audience in

11 - 27

a. town near his mountain

resort. Verdict of the local critic the following morning, "This
bearded pianist was not at all bad, but I hate to think what the

celebrated Rubinstein would have said had he come down to
hear him."

.A. couple of overweight lady duffers waddled out to the first
tee of a Detroit golf course one very sultry morning. "I don't
want to play too long,"' declared the lady who drove off first.
"Let's quit as soon as either of us makes a hole in one!"
C 1965, by Bennett Cert. Distributed by King Features Syndicate

Married Couples Club
to Hear Securities Talk

Questions pertaining to securi-
ties will be answered at the Adas
Shalom Married Couples Club pro-
GRUNT'S MARKET, 18252 gram meeting 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
Wyoming near Curtis, is open on day in the Social Hall.
Securities authority Carson E.
Saturdays from sundown till 1
a.m. and offers a fine selection of Dalton will speak. A social hour
lox, whitefish, smoked fish and with refreshments will follow.
cheeses. If you want to save your-
self a trip from a nice warm
SAM ROSENBLAT
house on Sunday morning, stop
Master of Ceremonies
at Grunt's on your way home from
And His
the movies, narty or just visiting
Dance and Entertainment
on Saturday night.
Band
* *
Party Arrangement Specialist
MORREY'S in Birmingham is
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having a holiday spectacular. The
entire collection of gold jewelry is
a 50 to 60 per cent discount. Lo-
cated at 283 Hamilton, with ample
parking, Morrey's offers items per-
CUSTOM DRAPERIES
sonally selected and correctly
MISS JOAN TATKEN
Sales - Service
priced by Said Rutin and Morris
Carpeting, Rods and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berry of Watnick.
Alterations of Drapes
Parkside Dr. announce the engage-
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ment of their daughter Joan
Friday,
December
3,
1965-29
Tatken to Harold Morris Provizer,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Provizer
of Marlow Ave., Oak Park. Miss Mail Early to Avoid Rush
Per sons submitting
Tatken is the daughter of the late
copy for publication are
Mr. Louis Tatken.

Business Briefs

MARTIN AND LORNE

BY POPULAR DEMAND I

A February wedding is planned.

Brevities

"HOLIDAY EXHIBITION" at
the Franklin Siden Gallery has
been extended through Saturday.
Paintings, sculpture, watercolors,
drawings, original prints and lim-
ited edition print portfolios are
displayed for sale. There is a wide
variety of mediums and techniques,
as well as prices, for young col-
lectors. On view will be examples
by such artists as Robert Rausch-
enberg, Julius Schmidt, and Al
Blaustein.
* * *

THE UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT
CONCERT will be held 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at Ford Auditorium. Fea-
tured will be the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra conducted by
Valter Poole and soloists Rosemary
McGann and the university's
chorus directed by Don Large. The
chorus will include among its
numbers "The Last Words of
David." Tickets may be purchased
at the university's alumni office,
J.L. Hudson stares and Ford Audi-
torium the day of the concert.
* *
A timely collection of essays,
THE ASSAULT ON POVERTY,
was published by the Institute for
Religious and Social Studies of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America and Harper and Row.

Maurice N. Weinstein of Char-
lotte, N. C., has been elected to
a three-year term as chairman of
the Bnai Brith International Coun-
cil, succeeding Label A. Katz of
New Orleans. The Council co-
ordinates the organization's activ-
ities in 43 countries. Weinstein is
* * *
a past vice president of Bnai Brith
and the originator of its adult
A UNITED NATIONS FILM
Jewish education program.
FESTIVAL, a special Human

[ Try and Stop Me

By Sid Shmarak

Rights Week event cosponsored by
the League of Women Voters and
the United Nations Association of
Detroit, will be held 9:45 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Home
Arts Center, Wayne State Uni-
versity. Seven films deal with
world population problems. For
reservations, call the League of
Women Voters office, TE 3-5320,
or the United Nations Association
office, 963-2688.

*

* *

PASTEUR SCHOOL PTA will
commemorate the United Nations'
adoption of the Declaration of
Human Rights in observance of
Human Rights Week 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the school. Guest speak-
er will be Dr. Russell Brodhead
of Wayne State University, direc-
tor of the Center for the Study of
Teaching about Peace and War.
Students will explain the meaning
of the Declaration of Human
Rights, and foreign students will
hold a panel discussion. The pro-
gram is under the direction of Mrs.
Lillian Genser. The public is in-
vited.
* * *
Hailed by both critics and audi-
ences as one of the finest dance
companies in the world, the
BALLETS de MADRID, led by the

fiery Antonio, comes to Detroit's
Masonic Auditorium Dec. 3, for a

single performance.

urged to mail early in
order to meet the dead-
line. Mail has already
been slowed by the holi-
day rush, and The Jewish
News was forced to keep
out some late publicity
items this week

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