THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
March 29, 1968
Concert Tours Arranged for 26 Talented Israelis
invites you to enjoy .. .
Luncheons Daily • Complete Dinners
248 W. McNichols (Just W. of Woodward)
NEW YORK — Twenty-six young
Israeli performing artists will go
on concert tours in the United
States through arrangements being
made by the lecture bureau of the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
The group of artists, who are 36 — Friday,
recipients of scholarship grants
awarded by the America - Israel
Cultural Foundation, includes
pianists, violinists, cellists, flutists,
dancers, folk singers, composers
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2121 CASS (N. of Gd. River)
about William Avrunin in the
Journal of Jewish Communal Serv-
ice, publication of the National
Conference of Jewish Communal
Service . . . The Jewish Welfare
Federation executive vice - presi-
dent is its immediate past presi-
dent and collects all types of
medals and medallions issued by
Jewish philanthropic, religious and
fraternal organizations . . . The
editor notes that if readers have
any such medals or medallions or
knows where any may be avail-
able, to contact Bill . . . Also the
names and addresses of the groups
issuing the medals and/or medal-
lions, dates of issuance and any
other relevant info . . . • giving his
address at 163 Madison at John R
LISSA GLADSTONE brings us
this cutie from the Oak Park
library . . . a small boy, paying a
2-cent fine for an overdue book,
looked thoughtfully at the librarian
and asked, "Can you make a living
out of this?"
MARV TAMAROFF may be able
to open his Tamaroff-Buick-Open,
Inc., doors by July or August, de-
pending on the contractors.
* * *
OTTO SILVERS, former Traffic
Court clerk for so many years,
was m.c. at stag given recently
at Raleigh ,House for Larry Melt-
zer, who weds Joyce Baranski
April 26 . . . In lobby, Otto told of
a policeman stopping an offending
vehicle and explaining to the in-
dignant matron behind the wheel
that she had wandered over the
double line three times, ignored a
stop sign and executed an illegal
turn . . . As he wrote the ticket,
the woman protested bitterly, "The
trouble with you policemen is you
spend all your time picking on
respectable citizens. Why don't
you catch some of the drunk driv-
ers for a change." . . . "Madam."
was the soft reply, "I thought I
* * *
GEORGE KAUFMAN and son
Jerry, former Detroiters, drove
here 300 miles from Buffalo to
pick up 90 bazmen brooms for
their Kaufman's Health Club in
Buffalo . . . They got caught in
Detroit's big snow storm and
stayed with Harry Meltzer,
George's ex-boss at the Oakland
FROM LOS ANGELES, Sam
Dictor sends us Myron Cohen's
favorite about the fellow who was
the kind of husband who believed
he was entitled to a night off every
week . . . What's more, he sold the .
missus on the proposition . . . So
every Wednesday, regular as clock-
work, he pedaled off by himself
. . Only one Wednesday, he neg-
lected to come back home . . . For
seven years he was among the
missing . .. Then, one Wednesday
afternoon, he suddenly reappeared.
. . . His wife, overjoyed, began
calling all her friends . .. "Hey,"
the husband protested, "what's the
big idea?" . . . "I thought I'd
whip up a little welcome-home
party for you this evening," she
explained , .. "What?" he roared.
"On my night out?"