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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-02

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3 New Facilities
Granddaughters Welcome Rabbi Levin to Be Dedicated at
Ortonville Camp

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, August 2, 1968

Popular Delicatessen
Sold to Gunsbergs;
Krugels Are Honored

Business
Brevities

One of Detroit's most popular
delicatessen stores change hands
this week.
Max Krugel of Modern Delica-
tessen on Fenkell and Holmur sold
to Gunsberg's this week, and while
the business will continue it will
be under new management.
Many of the Krugels' friends
took occasion to recall the many
gatherings that were held there,
the role the delicatessen played
when friends and business associ-
ates met there.
Charlotte and Ralph Walker,
among those who took occasion
to commend Krugel for his serv-
ices, recalled that his parents
started the eatery more than 40
years ago; that during the years
people of all faiths and all races
met there; that it was almost like
self-service because of the friendly
relationships between owners and
customers.
Walker said: "So often, many of
us just rang up the amount due for
sandwiches and drinks. We were
like one, owner and patrons. That's
why Modern Delicatessen became
a popular name for so many in the
community."

BRUCE J. FINSILVER, BUSI-
Dedication of three new facili-
ties at Camp Tamarack in Orton- NESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CO.
ville will take place during the representative in the Detroit area
Fresh Air Society's annual meet- was recently commended by J. W.
Rabbi Y e h u d a Leib ing 3 p.m. Aug. 11.
Sayler, executive vice president, for
Levin was greeted upon
The Theodore and Mina Barg- his production of more than $1,-
his return to Moscow by man Arts and Crafts Building, to 000,000 in life insurance during
members of his congre- be used primarily for ceramics, his first full year with the comp-
gations and his grand- will contain a large kiln and three any. Sayler stated that this is an
children. Photo shows his potters wheels, work benches and unusual accomplishment for a
granddaughters, Marina drying shelves.
salesman in his first year. Finsil-
and Ela, welcoming him
The Theodore and Mina Barg- ver joined BMA in June 1967, fol-
home.
man Staff Housing Complex con- lowing graduation from the Univer-
sists of a dining room, staff lounge sity of Pennsylvania where he was
and sleeping quarters for special- an honor student. He received a
bachelor of science degree in in-
ist and supervisory staff.
surance. In addition to his sales
These improvements were made
activities, Finsilver also teaches
through a gift from the Theodore
insurance at Wayne State Univer-
and Mina Bargman Estate.
sity.
12 Musicians Appointed by Symphony Orchestra
The Dr. Joseph Grant Athletic
*
Twelve musicians have been ap- roe, principal flute; Dennis Smith, Field includes two baseball fields,
In announcing the opening of
pointed new members of the De- principal trombone; Harold Klein, two tennis court s, volleyball two new stores for this fall,
troit Symphony Orchestra._ Margaret Knudson and Gordon court, running track, an area for SHIFRIN-WILLENS, Detroit-area
They are Jerome Rosen, asso- Peterson, violinists- Anne Mischa- field events and an ice skating jewelry chain, will have progressed
elate concertmaster; Ervin Mon- koff, violist; Nina de Veritch, bowl. A log and stone warming from eight stores to 13 in an 18-
cellist; Donald Pennington, bass; shelter contains a storage area month period. In addition, the
Robert Patrick, flute; Thomas for athletic equipment and a stone- company during this period open-
Bacon, French horn; and Sam faced fireplace to warm the skat- ed a new office-distribution center
ers. During the summer, groups facility. The two new stores will
Tundo, percussion.
will use the shelter for cookouts
be in downtown Royal Oak and
Monroe and Miss Mischakoff
in the new Oakland Mall Shopping
have already joined the orchestra, inclement weather.
Center in Troy, along with Sears
All others except Klein will join
July 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Philip the symphony in September. Klein
and the J. L. Hudson Co.
Horowitz (Marilyn Herman), 20550 will begin in November.
TO HACK WITH
Jamaican Jewry
Blackstone, a son, Jonathan Ross.
Jerome Rosen, associate con-
YOUR SHOE PROBLEMS
The Jewish Community of Ja-
The MEADOW BROOK FESTI
certmaster, has been with the
Here, you will find more sizes
July 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cleveland Symphony as an ap- VAL continues in its week of maica, which dates back to the
and more types of correct shoes.
Weisman (Barbara Segal) 21661 pointed apprentice conductor for AMERICAN BALLET THEATER 17th Century, today numbers some
HACK'S concentration on FITTING
Ridgedale, Oak Park, a son, Jay._ three seasons, and as a member of appearances in Oakland Univer- 1,500 persons, the majority of
rathertha n selling has esta blished
Lawrence.
the orchestra for several seasons. sity's -Baldwin Pavilion with per- whom live in Kingston and St.
it as No. 1 in its field.
For two summers he has been con- formances this weekend. The Andrew.
July 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Jer- certmaster at the Meadow Brook music is provided by the Detroit
IFICIAMEC/SHOE COMPANY
According to a recent national
ome Liebow (Janet Fisher), 20300 School of Music and performs at Symphony Orchestra.
33 East Adams
Winchester, a daughter, Cynthia. the school as a member of the
19360 Livernois 20901 Kelly Rd.
French Pianist - PHILIPPE EN- magazine survey, average tax on
235 Pierce, Birmingham
Jill.
Cleveland Orchestra Piano Trio. TREMONT returns for the concert. a $20,000 Detroit home is S388 —
He appeared as a featured soloist Soloist ANNA MOFFO will return slightly less' than a national aver-
July 19—To Dr. and Mrs. Louis with the Detroit Symphony in the Saturday and next Sunday.
age of $396.
Soverinsky (M a r i l y n Goode),
subscription series last season.
16941 Addison, Southfield, a son,
A half-million trucks, all types
Violist Anne Mischakoff is the
Randall Jay.
daughter of the symphony's retir- and sizes. serve Michigan's
* *
8,500,000 people daily. This is one
July 18—To. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry ing concertmaster, Mischa Mischa-
AND ORCHESTRA
of many facts presented in the 24-
koff.
Prior
to
joining
the
orches-
Halberg ( Connie Mills) , 25607
Greenfield, Southfield, a son, tra, she was with the Chicago Con- page booklet, TRUCK TRANSPOR-
"Mariachiis"
For Cocktails & Dinner
temporary - Chamber Players and TATION IN MICHIGAN, an indus-
David Paul.
"Continental
Sound"
For Dining & Dancing
try
fact
book
published
by
Michi-
principal violist of the Evansville
gan
Trucking
Association.
In
Philharmonic
Orchestra.
July 18—To Dr. and Mrs. Allen
Assistant Concertmaster Gor- Wayne County there are 98,794
Waldman (Mollie Dreylinger),
PLUS The Authentic Latin Rythms
trucks registered. The number of I
41111•111mMINIk
27585 Abington, Southfield, a son, don Staples will become the
persons
whose
employment
is
di-
seventh concertmaster in the
Jason Matthew.
* *
symphony's 54-year history in rectly related to motor truck trans-
portation in Wayne County is 65,-
July 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack • September.
Winograd (Phyllis Lefcourt), 1059 • Concertmaster Mischakoff; John 676. Their annual earnings were
Marentette, Windsor, a daughter, Van de Graff, bass, and Jack Led- $456,448,200.
Dana Lynn. ingham, percussion; will retire
William R. Henry, president of
from the orchestra effective Sept.
• Etc.
• Bar Mitzvahs
• Weddings
the Natoinal Bank of Southfield,
July 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Law-
announced the formation of THE
rence Stein (Sharon - Garland),
4015 Benjamin, Royal Oak, a son, British Deputies Recall 1 SOUTHFIELD SERIES, whiCh will
bring to the Southfield commu-
Kenneth Louis.
nity in its charter season a pro-
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