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December 11, 1959 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-12-11

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Bede Feuerman Plans
January Marriage

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Rites Held Nov. 22 Russian Conditions

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Dr. Alyin B. Lezell,
a member of the internal re-
lations committee ofthe Jewish
Community Council, will dis-
cuss the forthcoming conference
and brunch for presidents of
Council-affiliated organizations.

MISS BEDE FEUERMAN

The Junior - Children's Leu-
kemia Fotindation, a group of
girls ranging in age from 16 to
24, is planning a bake sale this
Saturday, at the Six Mile-
Schaefer branch of Federal's
Department Stores.
Starting at 10 a.m., the girls
will provide home-made pastries
and toys for boys and girls.

Jules D o n e s o n, Lawrence
Fleischman, Dr. Irving Burton,
and Herman Agins participated
in a WTVS symposium on "I
Saw Russia" Tuesday night.
In the television program, in
which seven Detroiters partici-
pated, . Doneson said that Rus-
sian Jews who correspond with
Charity is a debt of honor.—
relatives in Israel are closely
watched by Soviet police and Immanuel Kant.
they face exile to remote areas
if they attempt to leave the
country for Israel.
Agins said the Russians he
Master of Ceremonies
met expressed respect f or
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Americans they met but they
Detroit's Leading Entertainer
know no statesmen other than
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Eisenhower by name.
Fleischman charged that the ^ilaroftlftwool ■ ari"..0%
Russians "put every kind of im-
pediment in the way of com-
plete cultural exchange."
Dr. Burton noted that there
are serious deficiencies in Rus-
sian sanitoriums and institu-
For fine color movies
tions.
of your wedding

SAM ROSENBLAT

* * *

CHILDREN OF STRANGERS
Time: 3 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WXYZ-TV (Channel
7).
Feature: A special telecast
marking the anniversary of the
adoption by the United Nations
of the Universal Declaration of
Human Rights. The program
will present the story of a
young girl's triumph over prej-
udice in her adopted country
of America.

Young Ladies Set Bake Sale
for Leukemia Foundation

MRS. MELVIN WASSERMAN

Bnai David Synagogue, in
Southfield, was the setting, on
Nov. 22, for the marriage of
Marlene Koltonow to Melvin
Wasserman.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koltonow,
of Santa Barbara Dr. Mr. Was-
serman's parents are Mr. and
FACIAL HAIR
Call
Mrs. Isadore Wasserman, of
GONE FOREVER
*
*
Burnette Ave.
SAFE-FAST-INEXPENSIVE
Latest Medically Approved Method
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
The new Mrs. Wasserman
Free Consultation—Demonstration
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
wore a floor-length gown of silk
ANN L. KORSON
Registered
Station: WCAR.
organza that was styled with a
BR 3-0200
Electrologist
Feature: A program of Israeli portrait neckline and embossed
15228 W. 7 MILE ROAD
with
appliqued
sequins.
The
music and an interview taken
b y Boris M. Joffe, Jewish Com- appliques also were modified
munity Council executive di- around the skirt of the gown.
r ector, with David Rosolio, mu-
The bride's three-tiered veil
le critic of Israel's largest fell from a Juliet cap accent-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moss, of d aily paper, Haaretz, will be ed with a pearl which &aped
Kosh er
Lauder Ave., announce the Bar p resented.
from the front of the cap. In
*
MitzVah of their son, Lawrence
her kid gloves, which extended
Elliott, Saturday, at Beth Aaron ANATOMY OF A COMMUNITY over the elbows, she carried a
Synagogue.
Bible adorned with orchids and
Time: 9:30 a.m., Sunday.
* * *
Station: WJBK-TV (Channel stephanotis.
The Bar Mitzvah of Richard 2).
Marilyn Shulman, cousin of
Strictly Fresh
Mark Bloom, son of Mr. and
Feature: Rabbi Morris Adler the bride, was matron of honor,
Mrs. Saul H. Bloom, of Monica will moderate a panel discus- and Phyllis Littky was maid of
Ave, be observed Satur- sion on • emerging patterns - of honor. Her sister, Carolyn Kol-
day at Adas Shalom Synagogue. American Jewish life and the tonow, was junior bridesmaid,
* * *
BUY NOW AND SAVE AT
role of the Jewish Community while her other attendants in-
Mi. . and Mrs: Frank Goldin, Council on the local scene. Pan- cluded Renee Fox, Elaine Co-
of Ilene Ave., announce the Bar elists will be Dr. Samuel Krohn, han and Barbara Slotnick. Ilysa
Mitzvah of their son, Harold, chairman of the internal rela- Koltonow was flower girl.
For Free Delivery Call: Dl 1 4525
Saturday, at Cong. Beth Joseph. tions committee; Louis Rosen-
Herbert Wasserman, brother
A reception in his honor Will. z weig, chairman of the corn- of the bridegroom, was his best
or stop at: 13523 W. 7 Mile Rd. at Schaefer
be held that evening, in the m unity relations committee; Hy man. Ushers were another broth-
Offer good to Friday, Dec. 18
family home.
Safran, co - chairman, budget er, William Wasserman, the
* * *
bride's
brother,
Leonard
Kolto-
The Bar Mitzvah of Richard committee; and Dr. Leonard now, Sid Feldman and Bernard
Jay :Gurwin, son of Mr. and Sidlow, chairman, Culture Com- Cohan. Jerry Shapiro was ring
Mrs:- Martin Gurwin, of 18246 mission, under whose auspices bearer.
Wocidingham, will be observed all Council radio and television
Following a honeymoon in
Sattirday, at Temple Beth El. programs are presented.
New York City, the newlyweds
A reception in his honor will be
will make their home at 15900
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
held from 2 to 5 p.m.. Sunday,
Woodingham.
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
in the family home.
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*
Station: WWJ.
Dr. and Mrs. Barnard L.
Feature: "The Protector," an
• American-Jewish Dinner • Dancing • Favors
Lieberman, of 25925 York, original dramatization by Amer-
Huntington Woods, announce ican author Samuel Freiber-
the Bar Mitzvah of their son, ger, tells how kindness to a
II
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tilds, of
Douglas L., this evening, at young German Nazi before Roselawn Ave., announce the
at
Sholem
Aleichem
Temple Emanu-El. An oneg World War II results, years engagement of their daughter,
19350 Greenfield, nr. W. 7 Mile Rd.
shabbat in his honor will follow later, in saving a woman's life Jo Margery, to Dr. Daniel H.
services. No cards.
as she tries to escape from Lodz. Gilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Music Arranged by MICKEY WOOLF
*
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*
Philip J. Gilbert, of Stuyvessant
Mi. and Mrs. Melvin Weisz.
For Information or Reservations, Coll:
FRONTIERS OF FAITH
Rd., Birmingham.
of Hartwell Ave., announce the
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Time: 9:30 a.m., Sunday.
* * *
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Jef-
CALL MAY AND BILL KOZIN TO CATER YOUR BAR MITZ-
Station: WWJ-TV (Channel
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Norman
B.
Le-
VAH, WEDDING, SHOWER OR ANY SOCIAL FUNCTION AT
frey Alleri, on Saturday, at Bnai 4).
pofsky, of 21870 Ridgedale, Oak
YOUR HOME, HALL, TEMPLE, SHOLEM ALEICHEM, OR AT
Moshe Synagogue. A dinner in
Feature: "The Friend and Park, announce the engagement
THE FORT WAYNE HOTEL.
Jeffrey's honor will be held, Peter Stuyvesant," an original
of their daughter, Heather
Sunday, at Rainbow Terrace.
teleplay
by
Irve
Tunick,
will
Rochelle,
to
Laurence
Ira
Saxe,
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*
be the fifth of eight programs
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Ruben- in this current series. The cast son of Mrs. Evelyn Saxe, of
stein, of 18650 Pennington, an- features Thayer David, Roy Monte Vista Ave. A May wed-
ding is planned. .
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of Poole, John Bowne, Marian. Sel-
their son, Howard, at 10 a.m., des and Ian Wolfe in a drama-
Dec. 19, at the Sholem Alei- tization of a poignant episode in Mumford Night School
ehem Institute.
the struggle for religious free- to Open New Term
dom during the time when Stuy-
Over 80 different classes,
44 it
Farband Camp to Hold vesant was Governor of New many
leading to elementary and
Amsterdam.
secondary school diplomas, will
31st Reunion Sunday
"BON VOYAGE", "SPEEDY
be taught at the Mumford eve-
The 31st reunion of Farband
RECOVERY" or "SYMPATHY"
ning school, beginning with' the
Camp will. take place at 2:30
more important than what you say is -
new -semester on Jan. 4.
p.m., Sunday, in the Hayiin
how . you say it.- Expressions of sym-
Marriaoes
Among the classes taught are
pathy, best wishes or congratulations
Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae-
are much more effective with a gift
English for the foreign-born on
fer.
basket that speaks for you . in an
ALEXANDER-RATNER.. Mr. Monday and Wednesday eve-
eye-appealing, taste-tempting and. sat-
A program of movies of the and Mrs. Jack Ratner, of Los
isfying manner.
1959 camp season, songs and Angeles, Calif., announce the nings, oil painting, bridge, chil-
dren's
tailoring,
typing,
book-
For your next celebration, whatever
refreshments are planned, and marriage on Nov. 29 of their
the occasion, order from our ' large,
there will be entertainment and daughter, Sue, to Joel Alexan- keeping and shorthand.
variety of champagnes, wines and
According to N. Burkhardt,
liquors . . . by the bottle or case . .
music for dancing provided by der, formerly of Detroit, son of
to meet your needs.
principal of the evening school,
the Miller family.
Mrs. Max Schwartz and the late
UNiversity 2-6800 .. and CHARGE. ; Eft
Former campers, friends and Mr. Leo Alexander. A f ter courses also will be offered in
neighbors are- invited to attend. honeymooning in Las Vegas, conversational Spanish, French,
Italian and Swedish.
Registration for the 1960 sea- the couple will make their
For information, call the
son is currently taking place. home at 6252 Beck, , North
3205 W. McNICHOLS R.D. rc. W ∎ Idernt
schOol 'office, DI. 1-2784, after
Nation-Wide Delivery
For, information, call UN 4-0730. Hollywood, Calif.
DETRC,T 21. M'C-VGAN
-- 6:30

A Jan. 16 wedding is being
planned by Bede Deborah
:Feuerman and Burton Sheldon
Epstein, whose engagement was
recently announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham N.
Feuerman, of Fairfield Ave.
Mr. Epstein, son of Mrs. Sam-
uel Epstein, of Woodingham
Dr., and the late Dr. Epstein,
will graduate in June from the
University of Michigan medical
school. Miss Feuerman is a sen-
ior in the Wayne State Univer-
sity college of education.

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WHAT EVERY BRIDE
SHOULD KNOW

SID SIEGEL

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HANUKAH SPECIALS!

Bar Mitzvahs

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YOUNG GEESE and
FANCY CAPONETTES

WHITEFISH and PICKEREL . .

REISMAN'S KOSHER POULTRY MKT.

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•.wine,
dune

With MAY & BILL

KOZIN

8ngag ements

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Thurs. Evening, Dec. 31s1— 9 p.m. lit

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