SS—DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 22, 1955
Tales Out of School
'"The Youth of a Nation are the Trustees
April 17—T6' Mr. a n d Mrs.
Irving Barit (Nita Hitow) of Bay
City), of 22030 Whitmore. Oak
Park, Mieh., a daughter, Karin
April 11—To Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Marcus (Anne Bluish), of
4.219 Tyler, a son, Howard David.
The family of the late Anne
Upon returning to school
Miller Goldstein is offering a Monday it was easy to find
$50 U.S. Savings Bond in her many happy Mumfordites dis-
memory to a Centralite excelling cussing the merriment in which
in creative writing. The award, they took part during vacation.
which. will be announced at class But I'm sure you'll all agree, it's
day exercises, is in memory of good to get back to the usual
this Central alumna who was rountine.
vice president of her senior class
Wise AZA, Myerson BBG and
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Macabbees YM will be holding
partners to the a joint affair at the Jewish
April 3—To Dr. a n d Mrs. music of a fiddle. Central
seniors Center the evening of May 14.
George J. Miller (Charlotte Bob- will stage their annual 12B-12A
roff), of 3751 McKinley, Dear- barn dance. The affair which It is stag-or-drag and will offer
born, Mich., a daughter, Dianne will be held tonight was planned roller skating, swimming and a
basketball game, to be followed
by social committee co-chairmen by dancing to Jimmy Wayne's
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Harriet Fields and Steve Zweig.
March 29—To Mr. and Mrs. The stag or drag event will take band.
Chairmen of the affair are
Paul Lesansky (Roberta Nan Place in the school gym.
Bruce Lyons, Frances Kagen and
Perzner), of Windsor, Ont., Can-
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Norm Woronoff. Also working
ada, a son, Michael Allan.
About 40 Centralites planning are Ronnie Bortman, Steve
to attend the University of Weiswasser, Joyce Sperling, Su-
March 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Michigan next year will be guests sie Leipsitz, Phyllis Hollander
Arthur A. Prog (Josephine Lev- of the university this week end and Jerry Wolin.
in), of 21900 Harding, Royal at a student day. The highlights
a a a
Oak, Mich., a daughter, Susan of the annual event will be an
address by president Harlan planned by Louis D. Brandeis
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Hatcher, a tour of the campus
March 28—To Dr. and Mrs. and a mixer, with representa- AZA for their recently elected
Samuel Krohn, of 19139 Manor, a tives from the various .colleges officers. Entitled Installation
Weekend, it will begin today and
daixghter, Deborah Rose.
and schools as hosts. Lunch will continue through Sunday. The
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be served visitors at dormitories, boys will present a Friday eve-
March 27—To Dr. and Mrs. fraternity and sorority houses.
ning service, installation of of-
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Hubert Miller (Ruth Bornstein
ficers, a hayride and a joint pic-
M Windsor), of 20233 Sorrento,
Selected as Central's outstand- nic with Iczkavitz and Keidan
a. son, Wayne Jay.
ing teen-ager by members of the AZA.
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faculty, Winnie Ledger received
March 25—To Mr. and Mrs. a write up on the student page
Murnford'S third annual
Carl J. Maness (Eileen Reznik), of The Detroit News. The first Spring Fling, being planned
of a series of outstanding stu- under the leadership of Elaine
a son, Alan Joel,
dents to be so honored by the Kolodin, chairman of the Stu-
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March 22—To Mr. and Mrs. News, Winnie was selected be- dent Council social committee,
Robert Arnold, (S hirley B. cause of her outstanding con- has been set for April 30, at
Jacobson)• f o r m e r Detroiters tributions to the academic and Lovett Hall. The music will be
now of Hicksville, Long Island, social aspects of her school life. furnished by Sam Emmer and
Among Winnie'S achievements his orchestra. Proceeds will go
N.Y., a daughter, Merrill Beth,
are editorship of the Central to provide our band with uni-.
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Student, vice-president of the
March 16. -- To Mr. and Mrs. French Club and the. Girls' Ath- forms.
For all those interested in
Hugh J. Rosin, of 12753 Santa letic Association. She also has
Rosa, a daughter , Judith maintained a very high scholas- tennis, the next match of the
girl's tennis team will be against
Highland Park at Ford ° Field,
The first tennis match for the
tennis team will be Thurs-
Rev. Yehudah Loewy
day, with Northwestern at Mum-
Hospitals and HOM0S
TE. 4 - 7355
mony April 16, at the House of
3761 HUMPHREY AVE.
Lawton, San Francisco, Calif.,
Marilyn Kline, daughter of Mr.
By JUDY ANN JACOBS
and Mrs. Sylvan Lee Moise, be-
The Midwest Institute for Col-
came the bride of Alan Simon,
RABBI LEO Y.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Simon, lege Hillel Foundations is being
former Detroiters now of San held in. Ann Arbor this weekend.
Delegates will participate in
Recommended by Physicians
Mr. Simon is a graduate of workshops, discussions and lec-
Serving in. Hospitals and Horn's
Golden Gate College, and cur- tures. All University of Michi-
U 8245 Rosetawis
rently is an industrial engineer gan students are welcome.
at Berkeley, Calif. His bride at-
Israel Independence Day will
tended San Francisco City Col- be 'celebrated April 23 through
lege and is a graduate of the 30 at Hillel.' Sponsor of the ce-
University of California.
lebration is the Student Zionist
Attending the wedding from Organization, headed by Shula-
Detroit were Morris Brenner, raith Laikin. Events planned in-
Serving is Hospitals and Homes
grandfather of the bridegroom, clude exhibits of Israeli culture.
Mrs. Rae Solomon, his aunt, and an Israeli Friday night service
cousins, Elaine Brenner • and and, on Saturday, a Cabaret
Night featuring Israel•-style
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dancing, singing and cooking.
GREENWALD - WELLER, Mi- Special guest will be the Vice-
riam Gail Weller, daughter of Consul of t h e Israeli Consu-
Mrs. Samuel Weller and the late late in Chicago.
Mr. Weller, was given in mar-
Vacationing in New York over
riage by her brother, Edward the spring recess were Elaine
Weller, to Alin Frank Green- Gilbert, Howard Green, Hank
wald, son of Mr. and Mrs, E. - Winkelman and Barbara Ross.
Greenwald, of Hazelton, Pa., in Bebe Rosensweig visited her
a ceremony March 12, at the roommate in New Haven, Conn.
home of the bride.
Your reporter visited New Or-
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern per- leans.
formed t h e double-ring cere-
This week has been "Greek
mony before an improvised altar Week"—a week of interfrater-
of imported flowers. The name
TO. 5-2640 of Mrs. Samuel Weller, the nity and sorority activities. An
interfraternity annual dinner, a
bride's mother, was omittted in songfest, the awarding of schol-
last week's announcement due to arships, and the presentation of
a typographical error.
keys for outstanding service to
the fraternity system are fea-
Hold Amateur Night at Center tures of the week. Climax of
Greek Week's activities is the
The Sunday Niters of the Jew- Interfraternity Council Ball to-
ish Community Center will hold night. The dance's theme "Vene-
an Amateur Night this Sunday tian Holiday", selected by Jay
.iornes & Hospitals
at 8 p.m. at the D. W. Simons Kaufman of Tau Delta Phi and
Building, 4000 Tuxedo. There will his committee. • will be -depicted
be refrehiiient4' . 'and danCing, in a : gondolashaPed:bandstand..
April 11 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Herbait Chad (Mille Parmet), of
10794 Vernon, Huntington
Woods, Mich., a son, Richard
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April 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Sam
'Metter (Lonna Reitman), of
19321 Washburn, a daughter,
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From Foehrenwald Camp
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Foehrenwald, last Jewish DP
camp in Germany, for Israel,
under a special emigration pro-
ject of the Joint Distribution
Abraham Barman, a former
tuberculosis patient, his wife,
Antonie, and five - year - old
daughter, Luba, boarded a ship
at Genoa, Italy, for Israel where
they will immediatey join kib-
butz Givat Brenner, near Tel
Aviv. Their departure from the
camp was made possible through
a special scheme worked out by
JDC, major U.S. welfare agency
aiding needy Jews abroad, to-
gether with the Jewish Agency
and the Israel government.
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