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July 31, 1959 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-07-31

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Local Medical Student
'
Studying in England ►
on Heart Ass'n Grant

tin g
d woi
Currently in Eng an
on research this summer at the
Royal Heart Hospital in London
is Detroiter Ronald A. Seltzer,
son of Prof. and Mrs. Lawrence
H. Seltzer, of 19475 Stratford.
Seltzer arrived in London last
month and is working under Dr.
Paul Wood, noted British heart
specialist, on a f e l l o w s h i p
awarded him by the Michigan
Heart Association.
Recipient of an award for be-
ing. the most outstanding third-
year medical student in the
Wayne State University college
of medicine, Seltzer will return
to Detroit in September to com-
plete his final year at WSU.
The young Detroiter will as-
sume the presidency of the
Aescu•lapians, national honorary
service fraternity on the medi-
cal school campus, a post to
which he was elected at the end
of the last semester.

ngag em ents

Sherman Family Club will
meet at 7:30 p.m., Saturday,
in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Manny Friedman, 23240 Scotia,
Oak Park, when a barbecue
supper will be served.

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Schubert
"March Militaire"
Thomas
Overture "Raymond"
Clarke
"The Debutante"
Euphonium Solo,
Mr. Raymond Young
Strauss
"Blue Danube" Waltzes
Ravel
"Bolero"
Curzon
"Bravada"
"King and I" . Selection .... Rodgers
Selected
Vocal Solo ......
Mr. Wm. DeMaria, Baritone
"Dance Of The Hours" ... Ponchielli

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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Huler,
of 18517 Robson, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Audrey, to Albert J. Cook, of
2960 W. Boston, son of Mrs.
Ida Cook, of Oak Park. A winter
wedding is planned.

An Aug. 22 wedding is being
planned by Claire Broder,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Broder, of Oak Park, and Har-
old Leiderman Stern, son of
Mrs. Florence L. Stern, also of
Oak Park, and the late Mr.
Peter Leiderman Stern.

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Autumn will mark the be-
ginning of the first full season
for the Center Symphony Or-
chestra of the Jewish Commu-
nity Center in the new 500-seat
Aaron DeRoy Theater, Meyers
Road branch. •
In its 20th year under the di-
rection of Julius Chajes, Center
music director, the symphony
will feature outstanding concert
artists.
Chajes, conductor, composer
and concert pianist, plans a spe-
cial concert for Jewish Book
Month, in March, highlighted
by performances from three
soloists: Paul Olefsky, cellist,

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Harvey Seigel, violinist, and
Lare Wardrop, English horn.
But the orchestra, although
including several professional
musicians, is composed mainly
of skilled amateurs.
They will present six Tuesday
evening concerts in the regular
program, plus two special Sun-
day afternoon concerts: a fam-
ily presentation Nov. 2 and a
young people's concert Nov. 29.
Other noted local artists to
participate in the series will be
violinist Zvi Zeitlin, cellist
Joseph Schuster, pianist Mischa
Kottler, Linda Newman, so-
prano, and Charles Sirard, bas-
soonist.
Chairman of the Center music
committee is Abraham Cooper,
while Mrs. Saul H. Rose serves
as chairman of the Friends of
the Center Symphony, the or-
chestra's patron organization.
Dr. Leon Rottenberg is presi-
dent of the Center Symphony
players.

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SUSAN KOBEL (left), of 19211 Pinehurst, and JUNE
LEVY, of 12412 Stoepel, teen-age writers of school columns
from Mumford and Central High Schools for The Jewish News,
watch news coming in on a teletype machine with DOUGLAS
ROSS, 16608 Griggs, another Mumford student, at a summer
workshop for high school newspaper and publications staff
members, being held at the University of Michigan. The Jewish
News is sponsoring Susan and June at the workshop, which
is conducted by the U. of M. department of jouralism to give
high school students practice in all nhases of producing
school publications.

July 19 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lichtman, of 1 9 8 19
F r e e l a n d, a daughter, Toni
Beth.
* *
July 17 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Koretz (Shirley Chal-
nick), a son, Donald Bruce.
*
*
July 14—To Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Rosenberg (Sandra Das-
kovsky, of Minneapolis), of
20300 Chapel, a daughter, Robin
Lynn.
* * *
July 14 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Wayne T. Bensman, former
Detroiters, now of Chicago, Ill.,
a son, Steven Dale.
* * *
Marriages
July 14 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Deutsch, of 1 8 0 13
KELTER-EHRLICH. The new
Greenfield, a daughter, Robin
Mishkan Israel Synagogue in
Sue.
Oak Park was the setting for
* *
OHEL
the recent wedding of Eileen
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July 12—To Mr. and Mrs.
jn Detroit
Norman Atkins (Charlotte Lehr- Ehrlich, daughter of the Irwin
Hospitals & Homes
Ehrlichs, of Dayton, 0., and
355
5:111g __.." man), former Detroiters, now Dan Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
of Rolling Hills, Calif., a daugh-
Ted Kelter, Sr., of Detroit. Rabbi
ter, Liza Beth.
Isaac Stollman officiated, to-
• * *
RABBI
July 12 — To Dr. and Mrs. gether with .Cantor Isaac Katz,
Mt. Clemens.
LEO GOLDMAN Carl Carron (Ann Lesnick), of of The
bride was resplendent in
20299
Redfern,
a
son,
Dana
Expert Mohel
a long-sleeve gown of peau de
Bruce.
Recommended by Physicians
sole and Chantilly lace. Her hip-
* * *
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
length veil fell from a sweet-
July
11—
To
Mr.
and
Mrs.
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Harold Black (Edith Cohen), heart cap adorned. with seed
of 20550 Avon, a son, David pearls, and she carried a Bible
with a white orchid and stepha-
Alan.
* * *
notis florettes.
REV
July 10 — To Mr. and Mrs.
The bride's cousin, Doreen
William A. S t o 1 e r (Elaine Alper, of Cleveland, 0., was her
Goodman), of 14020 Green- maid of honor, and bridesmaids
CERTIFIED MOHEL
briar, Oak Park, a son, Robert were Ellen Faye Ehrlich, Di-
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Serving at Homes -re%
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Leslie.
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and in Hospitals
* * *
ley Lechtzin. Ted Kelter,
July 9—To Mr. and Mrs. was his brother's best man,
Abe Hitow (Annette Linden), while ushering were Charles
Certified Surgical Mohel
of 19255 Votrobeck Dr., a son, Ehrlich, Sheldon Alper and Ed-
Rabbi Israel GOODMAN
Michael Keith.
Serving in Hospitals and
ward Lechtzin.
*
Homes Anywhere
The new Mrs. Kelter is a
Years'
Experience
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July 7 — To Mr: and Mrs.- graduate of the University of
Pontiac, Mich.
George Vine (Barbara Elaine Michigan and a member of Phi
FEderal 4 4149
Share), of 4237 W. Grand, a Sigma Sigma sorority. Mr. Kel-
daughter, Sandra Adele.
ter attended both Michigan State
University and Wayne State
June 21—To Mr. and Mrs. University.
RABBI CHASKEL
Herman Ozrovitz (Adell Abram-
GRUBNER
Out-of-town guests here for
avich), of 23516 Church, Oak the wedding were the Sidney
SPECIALIZED MOHEL
Park, a son, Bruce Alan.
Kelters, of St. Louis, Mr. and
Recommended by Physicians
* * *
Mrs. Joseph Fishman, her grand-
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June 12—To Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mr. Alvin Al-
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Lawrence Warsh (Roberta Sof- per Sheldon and Doreen Alper,
ferin, of Detroit), of 29801 all of Cleveland; and the Philip
Trancrest, Livonia, a son, Dan- Kravitzes, Abe Ehrlichs, and
Rabbi
iel Irwin Warsh.
Leon Nizneys, all of Dayton.
*
The newlyweds are now resid-
June 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
ing at 17544 Second, following
tin
Hackelman
(Marabel
Denen-
Certified Mohel
burg), of 15320 James, Oak their return from a honeymoon
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• in Bermuda.
son. Ronald Alan.
Far

July 25 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Greenberg (Paula
Goss), of 19190 Mendota, a
daughter, Susan Ilene.
* * *
July 22 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Alexis (Beverly Lesan-
sky), of 607 Portington, Wind-
sor, Ont., a son, Ian Howard.
* * *
July 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Iry Mark (Florine Grossberg),
of 16169 Prest, a son, Richard
Nathan.
* * *
July 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Al
Kemper (Gladys Wohl), of
24651 Scotia, Oak Park, a
daughter, Elicia Kay.

Stoepel and Palmer Parks will
again be the scenes of Thursday
and Friday night Summer Parks
Band concerts, when Herschel
Leib, conductor, presents - a va-
ried musical program, featuring
baritone William Demaria, and
special soloist Raymond Young
on the euphonium. The follow-
ing selections will be per-
formed:

"qr s. Fay Starkstein, of Miami
Beach, Fla., and Mr. William
Starkstein, of Detroit, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Nancy Carol, to Jerry Louis
Rosenzweig, of Coral Gables,
Fla., son of Mrs. Allen Grawoig,
of Chicago, and the late Mr.
Joseph Rosenzweig.
The couple met while attend-
ing the University of Miami,
where Miss Starkstein received
her bachelor of arts degree. Mr.
Rosenzweig is a member of Phi
Epsilon Pi fraternity.
Plans are being made for a
Sept. 12 wedding at Beth Sho-
lom Temple, Miami Beach.

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Sherman Family Club
Sets Barbecue Supper

Offer Euphonium Solo
at Parks Band Concert

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