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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 17, 1960 —

Kane-Schwa rtz Rites
Solemnized June 12

MRS. IRVING KANE

Janet Elaine Schwartz became
the bride of Irving Kane in an
evening ceremony June 12, at
Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Milton
Rosenbaum and Cantor Shabtai
Ackerman officiated.
The bride, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Schwartz, of
Huntington Woods, wore a gown
of whit. silk taffeta with an
open neckline, bracelet-length
sleeves and a molded bodice of
Alencon lace. Garlands of the
lace also adorned the dome-
shaped skirt, which fell into a
cathedral train.
- She also chose a inantilla of
matching lace, anu carried a
bouquet of white orchicIE-- and
stephanotis arranged on her
confirmation Bible.
Mrs. Cal DeRoven, sister of
the bridegroom, was matron of
honor, and Marjorie Shuman
was maid of honor. Carole Ann
Schwartz, sister of the bride, was
junior bridesmaid, and Karen
Layne, Mollie Alexander and
Arlene Dvorin were brides-
maids.
The bridegroom, son of Mrs.
Goldie Kane, of Snowden Ct.,
and the late Mr. Benjamin
Kane, was attended by Cal De-
Roven as best man. Ushers were
Joe Starikoff, Paul Schreiman
and Norbert Metler.
Also in the bridal party were
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Cooper-
smith, grandparents of the
bride.
Following a wedding trip to
Florida, the couple will take up
residence on Rensselaer Ave.,
Oak Park.

Bath,

Activities

LIVONIA LODGE and CHAP-
TER will hold a joint installa-
tion and dinner dance at 7 p.m.,
Sunday, at the Thunderbird Inn,
14707 Northville Rd. Old and
new officers of the lodge and
chapter will be honored. For
tickets, call Les Waldman, GR
6-0439, Carl Lessen, GR 6-0351,
.Ed Adelman, KE 4-8442, or
Morley Silverman, GA 2-0593.
* * *
Sigmunt Rubin was installed
as president of ALBERT EIN-
STEIN LODGE at its fifth an-
nual installation dinner - dance
recently. Also to serve during
the coming year are Sol Rosen-
berg, Leo Rosenfeld and Mark
Webber, vice - presidents; Sam
Freedman, treasurer; Irving
Weingarte, , Charles Growe,
Isaac Greener and David Slabek,
secretaries; Jack Waksberg,
warden; Max Pines, guardian;
and Max Fridman, chaplain.
Trustees are Morris H. Garri-
son, Louis Baker, Jack Miller,
Norman Adelsberg, Carl Car-
son, Carl Freedman, Eric Rose-
now and Henry Dorfman.
* *
PISGAH LODGE will hold its
last meeting of the season at
8:30 p.m., Monday, at the Hay-
im Greenberg Center, 19161
Schaefer. Only members may
attend. A social hour and re-
freshments will follow.

activities in Society

Mrs. Sidney Allen and Mrs. Jack Wainger, co-chairmen of
the Friends of the Center Symphony of the Jewish Community
Center, announce that the patrons' garden party and concert
will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kay, 19221 Strath-
cona, Sunday, June 19. Members of the Center Symphony, Julius
Chajes conductor, and Harvey Seigel, violinist, and Paul Olefsky,
cellist, will perform.
Mrs. I. Irving Bittker, of 25891 Concord, Huntington Woods,
this week received a USO citation from Lt. Col. F. H. Scantling
on behalf of Jewish Welfare Board groups serving at the USO
canteen. The citation represents 34,886 volunteer hours served
by Jewish volunteer workers.
Mr. Lawrence Bryan Silver, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Silver,
of 19471 Robson, was graduated with high distinction from the
School of Accountancy of the University of Michigan. He was
elected to Beta Gamma Sigma fraternity in recognition of his
high scholastic standing. He will pursue his studies in the fall
at the Harvard University Law School.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Zalla, of 15250 Rosemary, Oak Park,
announce the graduation of their son, Dr. Harvey B. Zalla, from
the University of Detroit school of dentistry. He received his
doctor of dental surgery degree on Thursday.
Miss Edith Morris, Mumford high school student, received
a $200 first prize in a citywide retailing contest sponsored by
the Detroit Retail Merchants Association. Her prize-winning
manual was on "Zippers." Other prizes in this contest, which
was open to retailing classes in all Detroit high schools, were
awarded to third prize winners Carol Gortat and Carole Gold-
stein, both of Mumford, who each received $50. Each entrant
was asked to prepare a merchandise manual on any product
she chose.
Dr. David L. Edgar, the son of Dr. Irving I. Edgar, of Detroit,
will resume residence here after being awarded the Master of
Science degree in oral anatomy and orthodontics by Loyola
University, Chicago college of dentistry, where he completed
two years of post-graduate studies. Dr. Edgar, a captain in the
U.S. Air Force dental corps from 1955 to 1957, was graduated
from the University of Michigan college of dentistry in 1955.
Mr. Franklyn S. Stein, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Morris Stein,
of 3224 Elmhurst, was graduated Thursday from the school of
business administration at Wayne State University. Mr. Stein,
an accounting major, has accepted a position with the U.S.
Treasury Department, Bureau of Internal Revenue. He was
affiliated with Mu Beta Chi professional business fraternity and
plans to enter law school in the fall.
Mr. Gilbert Averbuch, of Roselawn Ave., left by air Thursday
for Israel, where he will enjoy an extended visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Averbuch, of Bnei Brak. He will also
attend the dedication of the new Stoliner Synagogue in that city.
Mr. Moshe Dworkin, of 8811 W. 7 Mile, is spending a week
at home after attending the University of Wisconsin on a Wood-
row Wilson Fellowship in political science. He will leave next
week for the Machnei Hertzl Camp in Webster, Wis., where he
will serve as program director. In the fall, Mr. Dworkin will
return to the Madison campus to study on another scholarship.
Rabbi Harold Geltman and family, of Macon, Ga., will he
here next week for the 71st anniversary conference of the Cen-
tral Conference of American xabbis. They will be the guests
here of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Edwards, of 18096 Hubbell.
Grand Rabbi Israel Rabinowicz, presently the spiritual
leader of a synagogue in Miami, Fla., visited here this week with
Rabbi Jacob Hoberman, of 17377 Indiana. He spoke at a number
of orthodox synagogues during his visit. A former rabbi in
Kishinev, Romania, Rabbi Rabinowicz is a seventh generation
of the Baal Shem Tov, founder of the Hassidic movement.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Trager, of Murray Hill Ave., announce
the graduation of their son, Gerald Milton, from Wayne State
University with a BS degree. He will enter the Chicago College
of Osteopathy in September.
Herman Gould, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gould, of 22131
Harding, Oak Park, received the degree of doctor of optometry
upon graduation earlier this month from the Illinois College of
Optometry in Chicago. He was a member of Tomb and Key and
Beta Sigma Kappa, honorary fraternities, Gamma Omega Phi,
the Michigan Club and the American Optometric Association.
Dr. Gould and his wife will remain in Chicago, where he will
join the faculty of the school.
A party in honor of the 25th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Zaft, of 15301 Oak Park Blvd., was tendered by their
children. Mr. and Mrs. David Bittker, Madelon and Wilma, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bittker, 20424 Brentwood, Livonia.
Celebrants included friends and relatives.
Miss Sally Masserman, of W. Boston Blvd., is entertaining
Miss Doris Weinstein, of Buffalo, N.Y., this week. Highlighting
the visa here will be a party on Saturday night in Miss Wein-
stein's honor at the Town and Country Club. The two young
ladies were roommates this year at the University of Michigan,
before Miss Weinstein transferred to the University of Buffalo.

outs over rugged opponents, the
latest being a -seventh round
KO of Jimmy Archer.
The 42 rounds of boxing that
will be offered to the public,
according to Handler, will be
a feature of this year's Inter-
national Freedom Festival. The
boxing show is the first out-
door fight at U. of D. since
Jake LaMotta defeated Holman
Williams in a 10-rounder on
Aug. 7, 1946.
Handler said that tickets are
available at U. of D., the
Sheraton-Cadillac, Fort Shelby,
Henrose, Detroit Leland and
Park Shelton Hotels.

Concerts Start June 20

The Herschel Leib Summer
Park Band will commence the
season's open air programs
Monday, at Patton Park, .Wood-
mere and Vernor.
William DeMaria will be the
baritone soloist.
For the balance of the week,
Leib's orchestra will present
concerts at Peterson P a r k,
Greenfield and Curtis, on Tues-
day; Balduck Park, Warren and
Canyon, Wednesday; Stoepel
Park, Outer and Evergreen,
Thursday; and Palmer Park,
Friday.
These concerts, on the same
days of the week, at the same
parks, will continue through
Aug. 12.
Programs will be changed
weekly.

MISS MINNA WEISLING

Mrs. Rose Kanfer, of 18645
Santa Rosa, and Mr. Henry
Weisling announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Minna
Margaret Weisling, to Dr. Yale
Sidney Upfall, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Upfall, of 18261 Steel.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the Wayne State University
college of education. Dr. Upfall
graduated from the University
of Michigan school of dentistry,
and is affiliated with Alpha
Omega fraternity.
An Aug. 17 wedding is
planned.

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Handler Signs Cohen for 'Festival' Match

Max C. Handler, chairman of
the sports committee for the
International Freedom Festival,
this week announced the sign-
ing of Ronnie Cohen, New York
welterweight, and Bill Flamio,
also of New York, to complete
the third 10-round match for
the show.
The complete card, which fea-
tures Henry Hank and Victor
Zalazar in the main event, will
be presented under the lights
at the University of Detroit
Stadium on June 28.
Cohen, who turned profes-
sional only two years ago, has
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