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October 22, 1971 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-22

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Day - School will presenti career in radio and television, in
a
• its benefit Evening With TanY motion pictures and in.recordings. •
DRESS SHOP

'Martin and - Cyd Charisse; iwith He has .appeared in more than 20
special guest star George. Kirby,
• SIZES 1 2- 1 8 a
8 p.m. Sunday at Ford Auditorium.
As a recording artist, Martin
a
Miss Charisse, in private life
a
one of the biggest collections
the wife , of Tony Martin, will have -• has
of gold records in the business.

supporting dancers,
Some of his million-sellers are s o Suits & Costumes a
Martin has been a headliner for "I Get Ideas," "To Each His
more than 25 years, pursuing a Own," "There's No Tomorrow"
OFF E
and "Begin the Beguine."
Kirby is best known as an im- : MON. now FRI., 11:00.4:00
pressionist, but he also is a comic,
26400 Southfield Rd.
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raconteur, singer and pianist.
3 Rim N. of 10)4 Mile Rd.
For ticket information, call the
557-6933
school, 851-2394.
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BDILICAL QUOTATION ON STAMP COVER

An unusual stamp cover devot-
ed to ecology was inspired by a
quotation in Genesis: "Guard the
World from Destruction, and Pass
it on, Untarnished and Beautiful
to Future Generations."
Credit for the stamp goes to
Sam Hirsch of San Francisco, the
son of a rabbi, who had been
moved by the quotation to sug-
gest that it be incorporated in a
stamp design pertinent to ecology.
His son-in-law, Israel Bick,
an officer of the International

Business
Briefs

Elephants are "in" at the CON
TINENTAL WATCH AND JEW-
ELRY SHOP, 210 S. Woodward,
Birmingham. In addition to Span-
ish lace earrings and belts laden
with flowers or fruit, retailer Fay
Berenbon is offering a necklace
with stone elephant and metal
saddle on a 24-foot .chain.
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Maurice A. Betman of PROFES-
SIONAL PENSION CONSULT-
ANTS recently returned from the
third annual conference of the
American Society of. Pension Ac-
tuaries in Miami.
* *
The board • of directors of LI-
BERTY STATE BANK AND
TRUST elected four new directors
to fill vacancies on their 12-man
board. The new directors are: Dr.
Jack Feldman, Jack Friedlander,
William Jacobs and William Liber-
son. MORRIS FENKELL, presi-
dent of Fmk& Packing Co. and
a member . of the board for six
years, was elected chairman of
the board of directors.

Kathy Strauss to Be
Barry Greer's Bride

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Mr. Welter Stralsis of "Alta Vista
PI., Southfield._ and Mrs. Eunice
Strauss of Haitian, Bahamas,
flounce the
the., engagement of their
daughter ''Katlw Lynn to Barry
Stephen Greer, son. of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Greer of Church St., Oak

An APril wedding is being
Planned.

Stamp Collectors Society,
brought the idea to the society's
attention. The Society commis-
sioned Yehuda Tarmu, a well
known Israeli artist residing in
Los Angeles, to create a paint-
ing which could be used as a
stamp design, based on the
biblical quotation.
The finished work depicts three
dancing children of different races,
dressed in white flowing gowns
and holding a garland of flowers.
A rainbow brightens the sky with
the biblical quotation spanning
its arch. Lettered in a corner are
the worlds Ecology U.S.A.
It was decided to reproduce this
portrait on an envelope with re-
productions of the four ecology
stamps issued by the United States.
The unique cover was intro-
duced in limited number at Stamp
Expo '71 (South), in Anaheim.
Calif., in March. For his contribu-
tion to philately, Hirsch was hon-
ored with a special award of ap-
preciation by the International
Stamp Collectors Society.
For information and an illus-
tration of this cover, send a self-
addressed stamped envelope to the
International Stamp Collectors So-
ciety, P.O. Box 48806, Los An-
geles 90048.

House Resolution
Honors Sternberg,
MESC Referee

In recognition of his more than
30 years' service as appeals ref-
eree with the Michigan Employ-
ment Security Commission, Samuel
Sternberg was honored by the
State House of Representatives
this week.
Sternberg, who lives on Strat-
ford Ct., Southfield, was cited in
a House resolution, presented by
State Rep. Joseph Forbes in the
office of Southfield Mayor Nor-
man Feder Monday afternoon.
After his retirement exactly two
years ago,. Sternberg was recalled
to serve in June 1970, and he
spent an additional nine months
with the MESC, through March 31.
The House resolution referred
to- Sternberg's "hard work,
scholarship and experience In
law practice" which had con-
- tributed to the development of
MESC bearings as "the -finest
and, most respected procedures
of any hearing progrant In the
• United States.
Mentioned were Sternberg's
loansistent improvement and pro-
gressive modernization". of - hear-
ing Procedures "which are all a*
ample of , fairness and impartial-
-
ity=
Sternberg, a graduate of "Old
Central" high school, holds a
bachelor of law and jurls doctor
degrees from the Detroit College
of Law. • ' -
11e-is active in many Jewish or-
ganizations,' including Bnai Brith,
Rosenwald Post of the American
Legion, Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
Hannah Schloss Old rimers. He
also has assisted in Allied Jew-
ish Campaigns.

'Spectrum' to Bring
Music and Humor
to Grand Rapids

The Jewish Cultural Council of
Grand Rapids will hold its Spec-
trum '72 cultural and entertain-
ment series starting with humor-
ist Lew Norman 8 p.m. Sunday at
Temple EmanueL
Others on the Spectrum agenda
are Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Sil-
ver ("Jewish Music Is Not Sad"),
Nov. 21; Rabbi Eugene Borowitz
("A Jewish View of Sex Ethics"),
Dec. 12; Shiomo Carlebach ("A
Mystical Musicale"), Jan. 30;
Dave Berg ("Mad's Dave Berg
Looks at the Jewish Community"),
March 12; and the Ayalons, Israeli
comedy and singing group, April
23.
Norman's humor calls upon both
English and Yiddish idiom, and he
appears often before Jewish or-
ganizations.
Serving on the cultural commit-
tee planning the series are Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Bach, Mrs. Richard Bar-
son, Rabbi Frederick Eisenberg,
Abe Ginsburg, Mrs. Morris Klei-
man, Mrs. William Krugman,
Rabbi William Marder, Sidney
Mossman, Mrs. Leonard Newman,
Gerald Tryweller, Paul Ravitch,
Mrs. William Remes, Mrs. Leon-
ard Rosenzweig and Joseph Ste-
vens.

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