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June 19, 1959 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-06-19

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Miss Shirley Gill, of the Jules Doneson Travel Agency,
returned home after a five-day tour of hotel and tourist facilities
in Ciudad Trujillo, Port-au-Prince, Havana, and Miami.
Harry Ganc flew to Honolulu for a brief stopover on his
way to Sydney, Australia, where he will visit " with his sister.
David Bauer arrived in Tel Aviv this week for a visit with
his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Harari are touring Europe on their
way to Israel, where they plan to arrive the first week of July.
Mrs. Sadie Bienenfeld Haut, of 19312 Rutherford, has just
returned from Des Moines, Ia., where her son, Harold Bienenfeld,
graduated from the Still College of Osteopathy and Surgery.
Dr. Bienenfeld and his wife will be residing in Pontiac, Mich.,
where he will intern at Pontiac Hospital.
Gordon' R. Meisner attended a general insurance agents'
conference at Indianapolis June 8-10.
Mrs. Bee Kalt, of the Bee Kalt Travel Service, has just
returned from a tour of Miami Beach, Fort Lauderdale and
Nassau, B.W.I., as a guest of Delta Airlines. The visit was made
MRS. RONALD COHEN
by Mrs. Kalt to familiarize herself with the newest hotels and
accommodations in those areas.
Barbara Sue Tarnopol, daugh-
Mrs. Ida Olshansky, of 17515 Northlawn, entertained Mrs. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tarno-
Elsie Slakter, a former Detroiter now of Los Angeles, Calif., at a
pol, became the bride of Ronald
luncheon in her home on Thursday afternoon.
C o h e n, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A tea and musicale will be held from 1 to 3 p.m., Monday, in
Harry
Cohen of Oak Park, June
the home of Mrs. David Holtzman, 24311 'Blackstone, Oak Park,
to which all of her friends have been invited. Solo numbers from 14 in a double-ring ceremony,
"Carmen" will be sung by Mrs. Arthur Monson, and Mesdames solemnized by Rabbi Jacob E.
Segal.
Norman Allan and Mae Gantz will pity two piano selections.
The bride's short-sleeved silk
Several vocal renditions will be given by Mrs. George Terebelo
and other members of a choral group, directed by Mrs. Holtzman. organza gown was styled with a
Dr. and Mrs. Herschel S. Zackheim, of Huntington Woods, scooped neckline outlined in
have returned from Atlantic City, N.J., where Dr. Zackheim embroidered roses, tied with an
delivered a paper before the 10th annual meeting of the Society organza bow accenting the
for Investigative Dermatology at the Ritz Carlton Hotel.
empire lines of the gown. The
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Michael and daughters, Margery and bouffant skirt had appliques of
Nancy, formerly of Freeland Ave., are now residing in their embroidered roses and ex-
new home at 18645 Wildemere.
tended into a chapel train.
U.S. Minister to Austria David Wainhouse, and Mrs. Wain-
From her Juliet cap made-of
house, were the guests here this week of Mr. Wainhouse's sister rose point lace with tiny seed
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nathan.
pearls throughout, fell three
tiers of silk illusion veiling. She
carried a white Bible covered
with a white orchid and step-
hanothis.
Brenda Miller was maid of
honor, and Charna Tarnopol,
Morris L. and Emma Schaver, tually to present them for per- the bride's younger sister, was
prominent Detroiters, have ac- manent display in an institution
a junior maid of honor. Brides
quired the famous wood carv- in Israel.
maids were Sandra Katz, Roslyn
ings by Berel Satt.
The effectiveness and the ex-
Already displayed in New pressiveness of the wood carv- Epstein, and Marcia Spizman.
Seymour Markowitz was best
York in a Shtetl Exhibit, the I ings is in evidence also in their
•Schavers plan to - have them ex- reproductions, in the book, "A man. Ushers were David Cohen,
hibited' countrywide and even- Jewish Town in Wood Sculp- the groom's younger brother,
Robert Tarnopol, Bill Barish,
ture," published by the Schav- and Sam Sonnenstrahl.
ers.
The wedding ceremony was
There are 42 most impressive foffliwed by dinner and a recep-
plates in this book, including tion.
persons and symbols. The mek-
When the couple returns
ler (broker), a Polish Jew, a
from their wedding trip to
young girl, a splendid descrip-
tion of the blowing of the Florida, they will reside at
Shofar and other themes help 16246 Greenfield, Detroit.

Schavers Acquire Satt's Carvings;
Print Book of 42 'Impressive Plates'

to make this an outstanding
work of art.
In this book are included a
,profile of her father by Doro-
thy Satt Auerbach; an evalua-
At Shavuot services last week,
tion of Berel Satt's wood sculp- Joseph Koenig was installed
tures by Mendl Elkin, and a by Rabbi Jacob E. Segal as
note of appreciation by Arthur president of the ADAS SHA-
Miller.
LOM MEN'S CLUB. Other new-
ly-elected officers who were in-
Infants Service Installs stalled at the service included
Mrs. Merson President Jack Klein and Saul Waldman,
"Lovelier than Springtime" vice-presidents; Dr. Ted Win-
was the motif of the annual shall and Jack H. Kaufman, sec-
installation of the Infants Ser- retaries; and William Zimmer-
vice Group at Kingsley Inn man, treasurer. On the board
where Mrs. Louis Merson was of trustees are Julius Allen, Dr.
officially named president of Louis Beresh, Herman Frumin,
Leo Ganser, Milton Gilman,
the organization.
Other officers installed were Aaron Kutnick, Carl Lichten-
Mesdames Al Sklar, Harry Ru- stein, Jules Kraft, Herman Ras-
dack, George Schwartz, vice- kin, Malcolm Rivkin, Maurice
presidents; Sidney Silverman, Rosander, Dan Shapiro, William
treasurer; Marshall F is h e r, Schmittel and Allen A. Warsen.
Jerry Baker, Ralph Shook,
Harry Antman, secretaries; Stephen Wise AJC
David Grossman, Allan Fisher, Keeps Present Officers
case chairmen; Nathan Silvers,
Stephen S. Wise chapter of
community relations and Israel
bonds; Nathan Weisberg, mem- the American Jewish Congress,
orial; Edwin Roth, happy day; at its closing election meeting
Harry Goodman, Sy Jacobs, in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
sunshine; Seymour Joffe, Leon- Arthur Abrams of Winthrop
Ave., unanimously voted to re-
ard Baron, delegates.
tain its current administration
Board of directors are Mes- for the 1959-60 year.
dames Jack Freeman, Emanuel
Re-elected as p r e s i d en t is
Shapiro, Joseph Goldman, Dav-
Mark Kaminski. Other officers
id Neuman, Harvey Zuckerberg,
are David Goldberg, vice-presi-
Merle Bronstein, Bernard Dav-
dent; Mesdames Mark Kamin-
is, David Riseman, Ben Marcus, ski and David Goldberg, secre-
Sam Katz, Irving Kotin, Louis taries; Mrs. Frank Rosenbaum,
Malkin, Sam Rosenberg, Jack treasurer; Frank Rosenbaum,
Eder, David Mattes, Edward- Mr. and Mrs. Ezriel Weissman,
Levitt, Martin Ebstein, Louis Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abrams,
Fields, Jack Yamron, Warren Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Popkin,
Greenstone and Edward Wolf- and Mr. and Mrs. Abner Rosen-
son.
zweig, members of the board.

`Anatomy of a Murder'
Sets World Premiere
in Detroit on July 1

Otto Preminger, whose will-
ingness to produce distinctly
different and daring motion
pictures has made him one of
Hollywood's most controversial
directors, feels proud of his
latest accomplishment, "Anat-
omy of a Murder," a Columbia
Picture starring James Stewart,
Lee Remick, Ben G a z z a r a,
Arthur O'Connell, Ka t h r y n
Grant, Eve Arden and Joseph
N. Welch, which has its world
premiere in Detroit at the
United Artists Theatre on July
1.
The novel "Anatomy of a
Murder" topped the list of best-
sellers fora period of 32 weeks
and was included in this list for
66 weeks.

For information and reservations, call
Herman Schwartz at Woodward 1-8000

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In announcing the engage-
ment of Francine Sandra Stew-
art to Aaron Lee Higer in last
week's Jewish News, the name
of the bridegroom-to-be was in-
correctly spelled. Miss Stewart
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Stewart, of W. Outer Dr.
Mr. Higer's parents are the
Harry Higers, of Miami Beach,
Fla. A Sept. 6 wedding date is
being planned.

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— THE DETR OIT JEW ISH NEWS — Friday, June 19, 1959

activities in Society

Barbara Tarnopol
Weds Ronald Cohen

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