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July 29, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-29

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MRS. IVAN SCHATTEN

Gail Marilyn Cooper became
the bride of Dr. Ivan C. Schat-
ten recently in a garden wed-
ding ceremony held at the home
of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Wilfred Katz of W. Outer
Dr.
Rabbi Segal and Cantor Fena-
kel officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr,
and Mrs. Nathan Cooper and
Mrs. David Schatten and the
late David Schatten.
The bride wore a cocktail-
length gown of egg shell chiffon
over ivory satin with a scoop
neckline a n d three-quarter-
length sleeves. Her pearl-trim-
med head band held in place a
shoulder-length veil , of French
illusion. The bride carried 'a
Bible mounted with a bouquet
of stephanotis .-and white or-
chids. -
Mrs. Sanford. Eichenhorn of
Tucson, Ariz., 'served as her
sister's matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Linda Cooper, sister
of the bride; and Sandra Kwel-
ler of Brownsville, Pa., sister-
in-law of the bridegroom.
Alex' Kweller of trownsville
was his brother-in-law's best
man.
Out of town guests attending
the wedding were from Florida,
Washington, D.C., Arizona, Ohio
and Pennsylvania.
The couple plan -to reside
at 3962 Suitland Ave., Washing-
ton, D.C., after a honeymoon in
the Catskills.

I

Men's Clubs

ADAS SHALOM SYNA-
GOGUE MEN'S CLUB bowling
league will start its 16th season
on Sept. 11 at Varsity Recrea-
tion. Officers for the new season
are Morris Harelik, president;
Emanuel F e i n b e r g, 1st vice
president; Herman Berke, 2nd
vice president; Joe Silverstein,
secretary; and Ernest Chayet,
treasurer. On the board of direc-
tors are A. Zussman, H. Paull;
M. Chayet, A. Weisman, P. Helf-
man, M. Stein and W Schmittel.
Anyone interested in joining
the league can call Harelik at
UN. 3-4914.

Major Attractions
in Theater Series

Detroit's subscription p 1 a y
series for 1960-61 will open
Aug. 23 at the Riviera Theater
with the best musical comedy
produced on Broadway last sea-
son,' the Puiltzer Prize winner,
"Fiorello!," the song-and-dance
story of the early years of New
York's colorful mayor, Fiorello
La Guardia.
The August opening makes
Detroit the first city of the
road schedule to begin the new
season.
The series is planned and
administered by the Theater
Guild-American Theater Society
under the auspices of the Coun-
cil of the Living: Theater.
Another eagerly awaited at-
traction, scheduled to come to
Detroit shortly after the. engage-
ment of "F ior ell o!", is "A
Majority of One," a comedy
starring Gertrude Berg and
Cedric Hardwicke. .
In the course of the season,
Detroit subscribers will see
"At The Drop Of A Hat," "A
Raisin in the Sun," "Five Fin-
ger Exercise" and others' to be
announced.

20,000 Jews 'Attached'
to Moscow Synagogue

duary beneficiary.
Although the will placed no
restrictions upon the use of the
funds, the university decided to
honor Meyer's memory by per-
petuating his name in its Fac-
ulty of Law.
, Meyer, brother of the late
Eugene Meyer, owner of the
Washington Post, was one of
the earliest members of the
board of governors of the He-
brew University, was a member
of the board of the . American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, and served as its treasurer.

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The Walter E. Meyer Chair in
Administrative Law at the Law
School of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem has been
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late Walter E. Meyer of New
York, it was announced by
Philip M. Klutznick, president
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University.
Approximately $800,000 has
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estate. The university was
named both a direct and a resi-

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A "woman of the world,"
Mrs. Eva Lastar, will be hon-
ored by her relatives and
friends on Aug. 7 when she
celebrates her 90th birthday.
A family dinner on Aug. 6
and an open house from 2 to 5
p.m. on Aug. 7 will be given
at the home of her children,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Lastar,
3761 Sturtevant.
The nonagenarian was born
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don. She raised her family in
Canada, where she and her hus-
band were active in the Zionist
Organization. Bernard Lastar
was a president of the Zionist
Organization of Ontario.
They moved to Israel (at that
time, Palestine) and stayed
there for 20 years. When her
•husband died, Mrs. Lastar came
to Detroit to live with her son,
Eugene.
She has two other children,
Oscar of San Pedro, Calif., and
Sophie' of Highland Park, N. J.,
eight ' grandchildren and 12
great grandchildren. .
An avid reader with a vital
interest in politics, Mrs.. Lastar
still is an active traveler. She
is a member of a number of
golden age clubs.

LONDON, (JTA) — About
20,000 people are "attached"
to the Moscow Central Syna-
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Union, according to information
disseminated by the SOviet em-
Established in 1873, the
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on the Sabbath, the Soviet In- is the fifth oldest state health
agency in the Nation.
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21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, July 29, 1960

Gail Cooper Weds
Dr. Ivan Schatten

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