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to Windsor Doctor
Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Brody, of
1900 Lincolnshire, announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Ben-
jamin, on Saturday, June 11, at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The fam-
ily will be at home that evening
from 8 to 11 p.m. in joint honor
of the Bar Mitzvah and of the
consecration of their daughter,
Betsy. No cards.
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The Bar Mitzvah of William
Louis Chafets, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel J. Chafets, of 84
S. Genesee, Pontiac, will be ob-
served on June 17, at Temple
Beth Jacob, '79 Elizabeth Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Gershen-
son, of 1700 Wellesley, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzva' of their
sun, Eric Paul, on June 18, at
Temple Beth El. A reception
in honor of the Bar Mitzvah
will be held from 8 to 11 p.m.,
that evening, in the family
home. No cards. ,
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Dr. and Mrs. Harry D. Alt-
man, of 2 4 4 7 0 Connecticut,
Southfield, announce the Bar
Mitzvah of their son, Carl, this
evening, at Temple Emanu-El.
A reception in his honor will be
held following services.
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The Bar Mitzvah of Alan
Mark Shapiro, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Shapiro, of Arch-
dale Ave., will be observed on
Saturday, at Cong. Beth Shmuel.
A dinner in his honor will be
held Sunday evening, at. Jeri's.
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between Mark Van Doren, Pulit-
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MRS. THOMAS KLEIN
psalms as great human docu-
In a ceremony performed ments.
June 5, at Temple Shalom, Med-
* * *
ford, Mass., Ronna Jo Brick-
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
man became the bride of Dr.
Time: 11:05 p.m., .Sunday.
Thomas Robert Klein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klein, of
Feature: Rabbi Meyer M.
358 Askin Blvd., Windsor, Ont. Abramowitz, of Temple Brith
Rabbi Jordan Sheperd offi- Sholom, Springfield, Ill., will
speak on "Inheritance or Disin-
The bride, daughter of Mr. heritance: A Challenge to Par-
and Mrs. David Brickman, of ents."
Medford, wore a gown of pure
silk ivory peau de soie, fash-
Time: ' 15 a.m., Sunday.
ioned with a scoop neckline,
Station: WJBK-TV (Channel
elbow-length sleeves, a fitted V
bodice and very bouffant over- 2).
Feature: "The Book and the
skirt, which terminated in a
Idol," a special film tracing the
The gown has re-embroidered conflict between paganism and
Alencon lace motifs centered monotheism from the dawn of
with rosettes of matching peau civilization in ancient Israel,
will be presented.
The University of Michigan de soie and heavily treated with
has conferred 835 honorary de-
grees upon prominent persons. headpiece was a tiny crown of
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
seed pearls, which held her veil
of French illusion. She carried
Feature: "The City of Safed"
For the Finest in Music
a cascade of stephanotis and
will be presented in words and
Mrs. Philip Sykes, twin sister
* * *
of the bride, from Toronto, was
and His Orchestra
matron of honor, and brides-
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
maids were Judith Michaels, of
Medford, and S a 11 y Webb, of
Feature: Hubert Sidlow, chair-
man of the third annual Insti-
Stuart Klein was his brother's tute for Program Planners for
best man, and ushers included leaders of organizations affili-
the bride's brother, Jonathan M. ted with the Jewish Community
Brickman, Dr. James Grassie, Council, will discuss the impor-
of Haverhill, Mass.; Dr. Paul tance of the Institute.
Feldheim, of Detroit, Arthur
Weingarden and Joseph Burk,
of Windsor, and Philip Sykes,
Following a wedding trip to
Mrs. Jerry Dale, newly-elected
Florida, the couple will take up president of the IA. ROY F.
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Klein is a graduate of Simmons Post-Auxiliary past president's
College and the New York and past commander's banquet
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graduated from the medical held June 28, at Club Alamo in
school of the University of honor of Marvin Foxman, out-
going commander, and Mrs.
Harold Weiss, outgoing presi-
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Stratford Festival Cast to Be
Largest Yet; Company Totals 65
Eleven more players joined ular, a group of friends of Tom
the Stratford Festival corn- Patterson, founder and planning
pany, bringing the total num- consultant of the Stratford
ber now at work in the Fes- Shakespearean Festival, have
tival theater to 44. Monday, banded together to present a
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be complete. The festival starts Gallery, is expected to be fin-
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in 1959 were 167,000 and in the ;"
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