THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday,'March 14, 1969
Ron Stone Agency Takes New Name
Detroit agency Ron Stone and
Co. celebrated its 12th anniversary
with a change of name. It is now
Stone Watkins'August, Inc.
The Watkins in the name is
executive art director, vice presi-
dent and treasurer Tom Watkins,
a co-founder. The August is James
M. August, who joined the firm as
executive vice president last Sep-
tember. Stone continues as presi-
Simultaneously, the firm an-
nounced four new accounts: Grill
Corp., a division of Gidon Indus-
tries; Grace/Wolpin Broadcasting;
Glenn Pontiac; and Englander-Tri-
angle Furniture Stores. Gidon In-
dustries is in Toronto; the other
firms are all in Detroit. A minia-
ture hibachi manufactured by
Grill Corp. is scheduled to go into
national distribution in April.
Stone Watkins August projects
1969 billings of $2,800,000, up from
$2,200,000 in 1968. Billings at the
end of the firm's first year were
$80,000, Stone recalls.
Doreen Berg Engaged
to Larry F. Lipsitz
MISS DOREEN BERG
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Berg of
Jerome Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Doreen to Larry F. Lipsitz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Lipsitz of Raine
Ave., Oak Park.
The bride-elect and her fiance, a
senior at Wayne State University,
plan a June 1 wedding.
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estival . '69 Opens Sunday
Center Arts Festival
Joseph Buloff, internationally
known actor of both the Yiddish
and English stage, will be present-
ed by the Yiddish Committee of
the Jewish Center 8 p.m. March 23
in the Aaron DeRoy Theater. His
appearance is a feature of the two-
week Arts Festival opening Sunday
At the Jewish Center.
Buloff's repertoire will include
selections in both Yiddish and Eng-
Buloff received his first training
with the internationally famous
Vilna Troupe. He was brought to
the United States as director and
teacher of acting at the Chicago
Buloff later joined the Yiddish
Art Theater in New York. He has
produced a number of plays on his
own and has become one of the
outstanding actors of the American
Yiddish theater. Buloff is also a
permanent member of the Habima
For almost four years he played
the role of the Persian peddler, All
Hakim, in the original New York
production of "Oklahoma."
He is also remembered for
other Broadway roles in such
plays as "My Sifri.er Eileen,"
"The Wall" and, with the late
Gertrude Berg, in "Dear Me, the
Sky is Falling." He has just re-
cently returned from Florida
where he appeared in Arthur
Miller's "The Price."
Tickets for Buloff's performance
are now on sale at the Center.
That afternoon in the theater,
the Hebrew department of the
Center will present a "Youth Zim-
riya" at 3 p.m. This annual choral
songfest is based on the Zimriya
started in Israel 15 years ago as an
international event attracting
choirs from throughout the world.
More recently, the Youth Zim-
riya for children's choirs became performance of "The Maids" by
Jean Genet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday;
an annual event.
The Detroit Youth Zimriya, co- a concert by Center Symphony 8:30
ordinated by Mordekhai Tel-Tsur, p.m. March 25 featuring guest con-
will include the following choirs: dctor Nathan Gordon and Julius
Akiva Day School, Bnai Moshe Chajes performing his own com-
Religious School, Cong.. Bnai position; and the showing of the
David, Combined Jewish Schools, film "Long Day's Journey Into
Hashomer Hatzair, Hillel Day Night," 8 p.m. March 27.
School and Jewish Parents Insti-
At 8:30 p.m. March 29, the
Yiddish Committee will again
Each group will present two
sponsor an evening of Yiddish
songs — predominantly modern
theater and folk songs, featuring
Hebrew folk songs — and three
Dina Halpern and„Cantor Louis
songs will be performed by a
combined 250-member choir of
A musical program "Battle of
all participating groups.
the Bands," will be held 1:30-5
The two-week Center festival of p.m. March 30. Prizes; in the
drama, music and art also will in- form of musical instruments, will
clude an art exhibit and sale, in- be awarded to the winning groups.
cluding the works of silversmith
For information on any of the
Maxwell M. 'Chayat and glass special activities, call the Jewish
sculptor Herman Perlman; a talk Center, 341-4200, ext. 292.
by Samuel J. Wagstaff Jr., curator
of contemporary art at the Detroit
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PERSONALIZED TO' SUIT
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
BY BERNARD H.
Plan Tour to Israel
Observe 45th Anniversary
NEW YORK — Judaism's rele-
vance- in the modern world will
be the theme of the 45th anniver-
sary convention of the 375-club
National. Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs at Concord Hotel,
Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., starting
From LONDON, ENGLAND
The Group Services Division of
the Jewish Center is planning a
three-week tour of Israel for sen-
ior adults in May and June.
Many senior adults have met to
develop an itinerary for this pro-
posed trip, which will be open to
all senior adults. Center staff will
accompany the group and help
them prepare for the trip.
The pace will afford senior
adult participants an opportunity
to visit historic sites, meet with
the leaders of the country and
still have enough time for relaxa-
tion and rest. There will be time
on the tour for relatives in Israel
to visit the tourists.
Registration is now being taken
and will be closed in a few weeks.
For information, call the senior
adult division of the Center, DI
Conservative Men's Clubs
and His ORCHESTRA
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