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February 14, 1969 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-14

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Danny Raskin's

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News Brevities

A one-man show of works titled
"Black Mirror Series" by Leslie R.
Silva, 25-year-old Florida-born ar-
tist will open at ART PLACE 2,
6558 Third, Sunday afternoon.
* • *
"The New Morality" will be dis-
cussed by WILLIAM GLENESK,
who will speak to a Detroit Town
Hall audience 11 a.m. Wednesday
at the Fisher Theater. Glenesk is
pastor of the Spencer Memorial
Church, Brooklyn Heights, N.Y.
• -• s
Martha W. Griffiths, Congress-
woman from the 17th congressional
district of Michigan, will be the
featured speaker at the testimonial
dinner for CHARITY SLATER,
president of the Department of
Michigan, ladies auxiliary, Veter-
ans of World War I. The dinner is
sponsored by the Auxiliary to Bar-
racks 213, and will be held 6:30
p.m. April 21 in the Grand River
Post VFW, Memorial Hall. For

1

Nobody welcomes sympathy for
—Vauvenargues.
his errors.

reservations and tickets, call Vada
Vosler, WE 3-6529.
* * *
The 1969 Builders Home, Furni-
ture and Flower Show will be held
in Cobo Hall Feb. 22 through
March 2.
* * *

MARILYN SHAPIRO
PHOTOGRAPHER

Weddings, Bar Mitzvas
Super 8 Movies

356-8819

Metropolitan Opera tenor WIL-
LIAM LEWIS will be featured
artist with the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra Feb. 20 and 21 in the
Orchestra's first Ford Auditoirium
concerts after a three-week tour of
the Southeast.

OVER 50 MEMBERS OF Cres-
cent Shrine Club brought 548 kids
. . . mentally-retarded, crippled,
* • *
leukemia victims, indigent, etc.
Volunteer consultants in nation-
. . . to the Shrine Circus last week
ality games, crafts and sports are
and it was a beautiful sight to see
being sought by the INTERNA-
. . . Eight busses were chartered
TIONAL
INSTITUTE group serv-
by Crescent, who provided the
ices department. Ethnic specialities
happy children with pop corn,
will be taught to Neighborhood
candy, pop, hot dogs and ice cream
Youth Corps members who will be
. . Al Perlmutter was circus
staff assistants in the summer
daddy chairman, Max Haidy, cir-
program, to be carried out in the
cus chairman and Al Kanfer, co-
inner city. Volunteers are asked
circus chairman . . . Dale Tider-
to call Katherine Gill at the Insti-
ington, Crescent photographer,


tute, TR 1-8600.s •
took never-to-be-forgotten photos of
this very wonderful event . . . The
unfortunate kiddies were happy—
FERRANTE and TEICHER, the
this was their day—and it made
exciting piano team coming to the
Masonic Auditorium March 8, have
guys like me mighty proud to wear
a fez and call myself a Shriner.
been playing together since both
BARRISTER JOE SHULMAN
were six-year olds prodigies at the
tells about the fellow arrested for
Julliard School of Music in New
speeding and standing before the
York. Ferrante, a native of New
York City, and Teicher, born in
traffic judge, who asked him if he
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., both started
had an alibi for his action . . .
picking out tunes on the piano
"Yes, your honor. my wife's or-
ganization was having a rummage
when they were two years old.
sale and I was hurrying home to
They met at age 6 when each en-
rolled at the prestigious Julliard
save some of my clothes."
School.
TALK OF WHIRLWIND roman-
ft s *
ces . . . listen to this . . . Max
Thomas bossman of Michigan
BALLET FOLKLORICO of MEX-
Glove Mfg. Co., went to Miami
ICO comes to the Masonic Audi-
Beach, met a gal in the coffee shop
torium March 1 and 2. It was
of the Eden Roc Hotel . . . asked
created by one of the great women
about the weather . . was told that
of the performing arts, Amalia
it was not good for boating ... said
Hernandez.
he didn't care much about boating
• * *
MISS ELLEN RABINOWFrZ
weather since he was a DSR bus
NORM 1N N. ROBBINS, presi-
driver in Detroit . . Max asked
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rabinowitz of dent of the Michigan Inter-Profes-
her to dinner that night ... she re-
marked about being divorced a Gardner Ave., Oak Park, announce sional Association on Marriage,
year . . . was looking for a knight the engagement of their daughter Divorce, and the Family, Inc., an-
in shining armor on a white charg- Ellen Ruth to Lawrence B. Diskin, nounces a new lecture series for
er and winds up with a DSR driver son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Diskin of the divorced persons or persons in
from Detroit .. . The day passed,' Coolidge, Hwy., Oak Park. the process of obtaining a divorce.
Max went home . . . they talked i The couple plans a May 2.9 mar- The Adjustment to Divorce lecture
series will be held at the First
on the phone . . . she came to De- riage.
United Presbyterian Church, 1717
troit for two days . . . and after
knowing each other for three days, Freeman's Sound Studies W. Thirteen Mile at Crooks Road,
Max went to bring her back as his ; Start New Random Series Royal Oak, 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays,
Feb
! beginnin
bride . . . The girl is Terry Stem-
g
. 25 and ending
Random House Science Library
bar, employed in the boutique shop is the brain-child of Random March 18.
* * *
at ROY
the hotel.
GALLEY. North Park House's science consultant, Ira -M.
Black and white drawings of the
Freeman, professor of physics at
Towers barber-stylist, was award- Rutg ers University , and the sci- human figure by JOE ROSEN-
ed the highdst trophy that can be I ence editor of juvenile books, THAL, a Council Grant Winner,
whose works are in Israeli, as well
recent American I
given at/the
Stylist Guild Show . . I Sean Morrison. It is an attempt to as United States and European,
Men's Hair
The trophy is like a "Man of The span the gap between the trade collections, will be shown at Arwin
Year" award . . given for knowl- I book and the textbook by bringing Galleries Monday through March
together authoritatively written
edge, styling, skill, excellence in I texts with eye-catching design. 3. The reception and preview are
contest work, etc. . . . Roy's over- . s cheduled for 5:30-8:30 p.m. Mon-
all knowledge is so broad that he They are books to be read for en- day. The artist will be present.
took the trophy without a close I tion.
joyment,
as well
as for
informa-
Mor-
"In fact,"
writes
Sean
He is an expert in rison, if the program has a Rovner-Lachovitcher
second
say noth- philosophy, it is 'to produce the Honors Judge Gubow
cutting techniques . . . to
of his unique methods for put- kind of science books I wish I had
ing
"
ting hair on balding heads and had.'
To achieve this, the program is
hair straightening ideas which planned on three levels to deal
have been adopted nationally . .
in fairly general
The trophy is called a Wise Man's. with science
Trophy . . . a term used in the terms, to explore more specific
field of hair styling, etc. . . . Roy topics in greater depth and
to con-
just two men in the centrate on the social and techno-
is one of
logical significance of science.
United States who are Wise Men 1 Prof. Freeman's "Sound and
. . ONLY
. the others
are all European.
ONCE BEFORE
a presi- Ultrasonics," illustrated by George
T. Resch, is among the first in the
dent been elected to serve two series. It deals with the world of
terms in the Crescent Shrine Club sound and its effects and is a note-
.. That was 15 years ago when worthy beginning for the new
attorney Sam Leib became the Random House series.
first and second prexy of this fine
At a recent testimonial evening
organization of well over 800 mem---L--
arranged by the Rovner-Lacho-
bers . . . Bill Feldman has served Israelis to Promote Ties
vitcher Aid Society, of which his
the last two terms, but one of With Industrialists Here
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
JERUSALEM (JTA)—A two-man
them was when Joe Franovitz be-
Gubow, are pioneer members,
came too ill to take office and mission representing Israeli manu-
then passed away . . . The new facturers will tour the United Federal Judge Lawrence Gubow
head -of Crescent Shrine Club, States from coast-to-coast next (right) is presented with a Jewish
Percy Swartz, will be honored at month to promote cooperation be- National Fund "Hai" certificate
marking his elevation to the
the . President's Dinner-Dance, Feb. tween American and Israeli indus-
23, at Raleigh House . . . It'll be a trialists. The emissaries will be bench of the U.S. Court for the
Eastern
District of Michigan, by
gala shindig as usual, with danc- Col. Peleg -Tamir, director of the
Percy Kaplan, executive director
ing to Hal Gordon's orchestra and Israel Manufacturers Association,
of the JNF. Joseph Siegel (rear)
a surprise floor show . . . For tic- and Baruch Ber, its chief economic
was toastmaster for the event.
kets, call Ruby Samson, 357-0977. adviser.

Rabinolultz-DiskinRites
Are Planned for May

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, February 14, 1969

Goldstein-EiSon Vows
to Be Said in H in ter

JOCELYN

AND HER GYPSIES

Authentically Gypsy
Elegantly Unique

474-7638

MISS ROCHELLE GOLDSTEIN

Mr. and Mrs. Nate Goldstein of
Morton Dr., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Rochelle to William Elson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elson of Bur-
ton Ave., Oak Park.
Both the prospective bride and
bridegroom attend Wayne State
University.
The wedding has been set for
Dec. 21.

PRESENTS

Hal Gordon

MUSIC

PERSONALIZED
PARTY FAVORS

Ash Trays, Candy Dishes,

Matchboxes, etc.
Made from glass and antique
finished metals, ceramics. For
Weddings and Bar Mitvazs, etc.
Also personalized novelty pens.

INVITATIONS & ACCESSORIES

also availaile.

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