The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on October 16, 1959 · Page 4
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4 THE WISCONSIN JEWISH CHRONICLE October 16, 1959 SOCIAL NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bass, N. 48th st., announce the birth of their son, Donald Neal, on Sept. 19. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Blankstein, N. Wilshire rd. Paternal grandparents are Mr. ard Mrs. Abe Bass, W. Wells St., :nd the maternal great-grand-nother is Mrs. Lena Polewsky, N. Wilshire rd. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip D. Israel, W. Olive St., announce the birth of a son, Howard Dean, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Oct. 3. Other children in the family are Scott Michael, age 4, and Ellen Paula, age 2. The grandparents are the late Mrs. Esther Rubin, Mrs. Hyman Israel, N. 73rd st., and the late Mr. Israel. Mrs. Rudolf Perchonok, W. Martin dr., announces the birth of a second grandchild, Lynne Sue Perchonok, born to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Perchonok, Kansas City, Mo., on Oct. 5. The Pershonoks have another daughter, Laura Beth, 26 months old. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Livengood, Peoria, 111., and the paternal great-grandmother is Mrs. Mary Gollin, Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harris of N. 100th st., announce the birth of a daughter, Cheryl Brenda, Sept. 3, at Mount Sinai Hospital. She has a sister, Beth Ann, age 21 months. Mr. and Mrs. E. Harris of E. Lincoln ave., and Mrs. Rose Rosenheim, of Skokie, 111., and the late Benj. Rosenheim are the grandparents. Rabbi and Mrs. Louis J. Swich-kow will be at their home, 3323 N. Sherman blvd., to receive members of the Beth El Ner Tamid Synagogue and friends Sunday, Oct. 18 (second day of Sukkos), from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. JWV701 to Hold Meeting The Eugene E. Horenstein Post and Auxiliary 701 Jewish War Veterans will hold their regular meeting Tuesday. Oct. 20, at 8:15 p.m. at the War Memorial Center. Cards and Mah Jongg wiil follow, and refreshments will be .served. Prospective members are welcome. North Shore Hadassah to Feature Special Israeli Program, Oct. 21 Mrs. Phillip Pollay, president of the North Shore group of Hadassah, will be in charge of the Oct. 21 meeting of Hadassah. It will be a dessert luncheon at 12:30 p.m., at Beth El Ner Tamid Synagogue. Mrs. Leonard Schwade, North Shore program chairman, has planned an outstanding musical afternoon with Ron and Nama, gifted, vivacious Israeli folksing- MRS. PHILLIP POLLAY ers. They have appeared on Ed Sullivan's TV show and on many radio, TV and theater programs throughout the United States. They embody the youth, charm and vitality of a true sabra. While in Milwaukee, thev will appear on Bill Reyonlds' TV show on Oct. 21 as well as Esther Hotton's radio program. "What's Now, Ask Esther Hotton." Esther Hotton, a well known radio personality in Milwaukee, heard Ron and Nama while in the East this summer, and was so impressed with them that she taped a recording of their show and encouraged the Milwaukee chapter of Hadassah to secure the talents RON and Yfj: fe k Music and Dance Contribute to Intensity of "Black Sabboth" "Black Sabboth" will feature original dances and music when Satan orders his herd of fiends, devils, and imps to stage a wild party to celebrate his latest conquests. Pat Marquardt, the very talented dancer and choreographer, is doing the special choreography for the show. Melvin Marcus, who has already established a very fine reputation as a musician, Mickey Morton will play Rabbi Don in "Black Sabboth." the most important role in his acting career. Mr. Morton recently returned from Hollywood where he appeared in the Yancey Dar-ringer and Peter Gunn TV shows. arranger and composer, is doing the special music for "Black Sabboth." William Braun and Leonard Sable are creating the sets and lighting effects required for this extraordinary play. As Satan and his lady, Lilith, sip cocktails of pitch, brirr.estone and sulfur sherry, they plot the destruction of Rabbi Don. Val Borger, a very able actor and a newcomer to the Center Players, will play Satan. Dolly of these outstanding performers for one of their meetings. Miss Hotton will be a special guest at the Oct. 21 meeting and will introduce the program. Mrs. Joseph Marks and Mrs. Eugene Smaler, chapter Youth Aliyah chairmen, will stress this project at the meeting. Mrs. Marks relates that Youth Aliyah is "Mother, Teacher and Friend." Founded in 1934, Youth Aliyah was headed during her lifetime by Henrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah, who gave the movement its unique humanitarian character. Begun back in the 1930's as a desperate emergency measure to rescue Jewish children from the Nazi dragnet, it never ceased working during World War II. during war years, right through the first tense years of Israel's struggle for independence. It is still seeking out. defending from harm, and bringing home to their people, the thousands of threatened Jewish children of the world. More than 90.000 are already home. Thousands more are waiting at the gates of Israel. For them, special facilities, special education, and physical care must be provided. It is in Hadassah's newest project of "Ann Frank Havens" that Hadassah plans to absorb the children under twelve. Eight such Havens are already completed, and plans for four more are in the 1960 future. Mrs. Jack Kamins, fund raising co-ordinator for chapter, announced that a special donor rally of all donor workers will be held on Wednesday. Oct. 21, at 11 a.m. This will preceed the regular meet ing on that date at Beth El Ner Tamid. The invocation for the meeting will be given by Mrs. L. D. Fisher. North Shore social chairmen are Mrs. Ralph Tikco and Mrs. Charles I.ubotsky while the hospitality chairmen are Miss Augusta Good-sitt and Mrs. Louis Heller. Hadassah is indeed fortunate to bring to Milwaukee these outstanding Israeli artists and everyone is cordially invited to attend." NAMA Worshafsky, who has always handed in very excellent performances in her various roles with the Center Players, will play Lilith, Sa tan s lady, who has the "ESP to plant sinful temptations in Rabbi Don's heart. Beverly Lakritz, the unforgettable Anne in "The Diary of Anne Frank," will be seen as the first fiend. Esther Edwards, who will Dolly Worshafsky, known for her many successful portrayals in past years, will play Lilith. Satan's mistress who helps plot the destruction of Rabbi Don. be remembered for her excellent performance in "The Diary" as Margot, will be the second fiend. Mel Shikora, who recently scored a big hit in "Fifth Season" as Johnny Goodwin, will be seen as the third fiend. June Kozak, the very talented little lady who has scored many hits with her performances with the Perhift Players, will be seen as the lovable little imp in Satan's court. Judging by the way "Black Sabboth" is taking shape under the ingenious direction of J u d a h Bleich, we can expect it to be one of the most exciting plays in many a season. The emotional impact of this fantastic play will grip the audience from beginning to end. The world premiere of "Black Sabboth" in English will be given at the Jewish Community Center on Oct. 31, Nov. 1, 4 and 8. Admission is $1.50. There is still time to buy a bargain COPA season book that will save you $2.50. Tickets and COPA books are available at the Center reception desk. Pioneer Women to Feature Lois Raye Milwaukee Council Pioneer Women will culminate their an nual summer project Sunday, Oct. 18. 8 p.m.. at the Beth Am Center. Mrs. Jacob Cohn, program chairman, announces that the evening's program will feature Lois Raye, contralto, of Chicago. Miss Raye is well known for her performances in opera, radio, television, and concert. She was the r: LOIS RAYE winner of the Marion Anderson award, the Tribune festival, and Sun-Times Festival. Critics say, "Miss Raye has been deservedly called the 'Marian Anderson Voice'. She has a remarkable range and a voice of velvety texture, and her sympathetic interpretation of each number constitutes a rare treat." Her program will include Israeli. Yiddish. Negro spiritual, and semi-classical selections; accompanied at the piano by Melvin Marcus Funds raised here are sent to the Moetzet Hapoalot (Working Women's Council), sister organization of the Pioneer Women, in Israel, where they are used to maintain 779 institutions, including agricultural schools, day nurseries, and vocational training schools in 141 centers. Mrs. Sam Feldman. fund-raising chairman and her committee, extend a cordial invitation to the community to attend this outstanding musical event. Mr. and Mrs. Club of Anshe Sfard to Meet Mr. and Mrs. Club of Congregation Anshe Sfard will hold the opening meeting of the organization in the social hall of the Congregation on Sundav evening Oct. 25 at 7:30 p.m. The guest speaker for the evening will be Dr. Joseph Baron, rabbi-emeritus of Temple Emanuel, who will deliver a talk on "Jewish Parables and Proverbs." Rabbi Baron will speak at 8 p.m. sharp. A selection of classical and modern numbers will be presented by Mrs. Morris Rudner. well-known pianist. Rabbi Shapiro will speak briefly on Jewish news of recent weeks. Henry Mayor, vice-president for culture and education, will preside. i i Vv ;V I B'NAI B'RITH Fund Activity Kick-Off Dinner Is Scheduled Mrs. Fred Heyman, fund-raising co-ordinator for the cabinet announces that the Milwaukee Council of B'nai B'rith Women will hold their kick-off for the fund activity on Thursday, Oct. 29, at Eugenes Restaurant at 8 p.m. Distribution of kits and cards for ad solicitations will be held at this time, and all members interested in taking part are invited to this affair. Mrs. Meyer Tarnow and Mrs. Fred Heyman will look forward to welcoming the chapter fund-raising chairman and their volunteer workers at this meeting. The Council Fund-Raising Cabinet is comprised of the following members: Mmes. Meyer Tarnow, president of the Women's Council of B'nai B'rith; Fr-d Hevman, fund-raising co-ordinator; Louis Friebert, advisor; Harold Otten- stein, arbitrary chairman; Arnold Zellui, secretary; Ben Cummings, editor of the Banner; Peter Paris, co-editor; Earl Adashek, treasurer; Edward Zukrow, ad chairman; MRS. FRED HEYMAN Morris Velie, darlings and memo-riams; Miss Kate Lubar, co-chairman darlings and memoriams; Ben Strauss, publicity; Harry Yampol, member of the board of National E " " "v x ' !-v - A. j f - H Free Downtown store parking opposite Schroeder hotel on 5th A I iff j '! j 1 j. " I 1 ACTIVITIES B'nai B'rith Women. Refreshments will be served after the meeting and cards and Mah Jongg will follow. Please make your reservations with Mrs. Fred Heyman, HI. 5-0571, or by contacting your chapter ad chairman. Parlor Party for Memorial Chapter Memorial chapter B'nai B'rith is planning some exeitintr affaire frr the month of October. A parlor party for new and prospective memDers ana a Halloween party for paid-UD members are two of the wonderful events hpini? planned. The Darlor nartv will ho at the home of Mrs. Daniel Albert on Oct. 22 at 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Harold Davidoff, council member, will present a short talk on the functions of B'nai B'rith. Cards Mah Jongg and dessert will follow. Chairman for the evening ic Mr- Richard Mandlman and co-chair man, Bonnie Shufton. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Mandlman at UP. 3-2697. Tall WCPT Meeting To Be Held at Custer High The fall conference of the fourth district, Wisconsin Congress of Parents and Teachers will be held Oct. 20, at Custer High School with registration at 9 a.m. The morning program will be addressed by Mrs. Willis Van Horn, Appleton, state president WCPT, who will extend state greetings. Mrs. Clarence Chatt, Rice Lake, state publications chairman, will preside over the remainder of the morning program and will show a film "Teachers in Print" showing leadership techniques. After the film she will lead the commentary and have a question and answer period, assisted by council presidents. After lunch the program will be directed by Mrs. Harry Sicula, fourth district Magazine Chairman and there will be a series of "Jiffy Skits" with the audience participating. The afternoon session will close with installation of officers elected at the morning business session and will adjourn at 2:30 p.m. Federation of Temple Sisterhoods fo Hold Meeting in Madison The Wisconsin regional meeting of the Midwest Federation of Temple Sisterhoods will be held Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1959, at Madison, Wis. The sisterhood members of the Beth El Templ.e Madison, will act as hostesses for the event. Mrs. Bernie Sweet, Madison, is general chairman. Mrs Simnn Hnrwitz. Oshkosh. of Temple B'nai Israel Sisterhood, MRS. SIMON HORWITZ who is District Area Vice-Presi dent, will preside over the meeting. The visiting guest of honor will be Mrs. Irving Roseman, presi dent of the MFTS, which comprises 14,000 members of the Reformed Movement in Illinois, Wis consin, Minnesota and North Dakota. The theme of the Wisconsin Re gional Meeting is "Sisterhood What's Your Problem?" There will be five clinic work groups whose leaders are from various State Sis terhoods. The following sisterhood presi dents will present their reports on "Highlights for the Coming Year": Mrs. Benjamin Elbaum, Temple Sholom, Milwaukee; Mrs. Jack Lippert, Temple Sinai, Milwaukee; Mrs. Joel Goodman, Temple Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun, Milwau kee; Mrs. Ben Gordon, Temple B'nai Israel, Oshkosh; Mrs. George Phillips. Temple Beth El, Kenosha; Mrs. Herman Wagner, Temple f 'f V I ... " STUARTS DOWNTOWN MAYFAIR Shop both Stuarts Monday, 10 to 9 ack Ottoman der a canopy of Mink! 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