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August 26, 1960 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, August 2 6, 1960- 18

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This Week's Radio and

Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

• • • TO DWELL TOGETHER

MRS. SHELDON SMITH

Time: 9:15 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WJBK-TV.
Feature: Participants in the
program "Citizens and New
Neighbors" will be Walter E.
Klein, executive director of the
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, Rabbi
Milton Arm, spiritual leader of
Cong. Ahavas Achim, and Rich-
ard V. Marks, secretary-director
of the Detroit Commission on
Community- Relations.
* *

ALTMAN HOUR

cements

ngagements

RABBI

GOLDMAN

Hillel Day School of Detroit
will hold its annual pre-school
dessert luncheon 1:30 p.m. Sept.
6 at the Kasle Building of
There will be an organiza- United Hebrew School, 18977
tional meeting of the Bowling Schaefer. Members of the
League of LIVONIA LODGE of P.T.O. will serve as hostesses
Bnai Brith, 8:30 p.m., Aug. 29 for students and their mothers.
at 1VIerri-Bowl Lanes, 5-Mile and
Serving on Mrs. Selma Le-
Merriman Road. The purpose of vine's committee are Mrs. Ar-
this meeting will be to discuss lene Margolin, Mrs. Shirley
the Monday Night League, and Ravet and Mrs. Pauline Schrei-
also set up teams for the corn- ber. A program will be pre-
ing season. A prospective sented after the luncheon and
league for Sunday morning will. the children will be taken on
also be diScussed. Refreshments a tour of their new quarters
will be served. Livonia Lodge by their respective teachers.
will hold its second Annual
Picnic, 10 a.m. Aug. 28, at Lola
For the Finest in Musk
Valley Park, 5-Mile Rd. and
Beech Daly Rd. There will be
games, free drinks and ice
cream for all.
and His Orchestra
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*
WO 2-4814
UN 4-4346
EAST SIDE WOMEN will
hold its annual wienie roast for
members and friends 7 p.m.
NO CHARGE TO ARRANGE
Sunday at Palmer Park, Pont-
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS
chartrain Dr. and Merrill Pl., it
was announced by president
IN YOUR CONTAINER
Pauline Fogelson. For further
ROSENMAN FLOWERS
information, call Gertrude Reif-
26025 Coolidge
man, program chairman, at LI
JO 4-6078
3-3548.
*
*
GEORGE GERSHWIN CHAP-
LARRY'S RADIO SERVICE
TER, Bnai Brith, announces its
Reliable - Guaranteed
first membership affair of the
Television Service
season will be held 7 p.m.
LARRY GERENDASY
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Radio - TV - Phonograph
Fred Rosen, - 13109 LaSalle,
City License No. 525
All Work Guaranteed
Huntington Woods. D i n n e r,
DI 1-3784 NORTHWEST DETROIT
games and prizes will be fea-
tured. Prospective members and
their sponsors are invited to
attend. For information, call
Mrs. Sol Begal, UN 2-4068, or
Mrs. Louis Sherman at LI
6-7760.
* *
EDDIE JACOBSON LODGE,
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Bnai Brith, will start its 1960-
"The Best Need
1961 bowling season 7 p.m. Sept.
Cost No More"
8 at Star Lanes on Northwestern
Hwy. in Southfield. All Bnai
LI 8-2266
LI 8-1116
Brith bowlers are welcome.

ctivities

Dave Diamond

MRS. JACK SCHWARTZ

COUNCIL
Beth Aaron Synagogue was
At a candlelight ceremony
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
the scene for the recent mar-
with the traditional canopy cov-
Station:
WJLB.
riage of Rosalind Silberman,
ered with gardenias, Judith
Feature: Dr. William Henkin,
daughter of the Raymond Sil-
Irene Kutzen, daughter of Mr.
president
of
Maimonides
Med-
bermans of Cherrylawn Ave.,
and
Mrs. Moray Kutzen of Ypsi-
to Sheldon Lewis Smith, son ical Society; will discuss the lanti and Jack Schwartz, son of
role
and
activities
of
that
orga
of Mrs. Sally Smith of Brook- . .
'illation in a series of broad- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schwartz
lyn, N.Y.
casts presented weekly by the of Mt. Clemens, were united in
The bride chose a gown of I Culture Commission of the marriag e.
white silk organza, fashioned Jewish Community Council.
Rabbi Levin of Detroit and
with a portrait neckline and a
* * *
Rabbi Weinberg of Ann Arbor
fitted bodice appliqued with
performed the double ring cere-
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Chantilly lace and seed pearls.
mony Aug. 21 in the CryStal
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
The full skirt featured a chapel
Ballroom of the Sheraton Cadil-
Station: WCAR.
train, and a crown of chantilly
Feature: 'Farmers in the lac Hotel.
lace and seed pearls held a Desert," the dramatic story of
The bride, escorted by her
fingertip veil of French silk modern Israeli agriculture, will father, wore an ivory silk taf-
illusion.
be presented.
feta gown with an open neck-
*
*
Attending the bride were
line, long sleeves, molded bod-
maid of honor Anita June Katz I
WORDS WE LIVE BY
ice, the dome shaped skirt fall-
and junior bridesmaid Frances
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
ing into a cathedral length train.
Silberman, her sister.
Station: WWJ.
Her crown of heirloom rose-
Following a honeymoon in
Feature: The famous 23rd point lace was attached to a
Bermuda, the newlyweds will psalm and the upward mood of cathedral length veil of ivory
make their home in New York. the psalms culminating in a silk illusion, her bridal bouquet,
great choral effect will be dis- an elongated arrangement of
JWV Adopts 'Showcase cussed by men of letters Mark stephanotis, orchid and foilage.
Van Doren and Maurice Samuel
Lynn Kutzen, sister
of Democracy' Program in the 12th of a 14-dialogue of Stephanie
the bride, was maid of honor,
The Jewish War Veterans, I series.
Mrs. Murry Green, sister the
*
*
meeting in Miami Beach, last
bridegroom, matron of honor
week, for the 65th annual na-
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Max Schwartz, brother of the
tional convention. adopted a
Time: 11:05 p.m. Sunday.
bridegroom, was best man. Ush-
new program to be called
'Station: WXYZ.
ers Were Michael Schwartz,
"Showcase of Democracy."
Feature: Rabbi Frederico brother of the bridegroom from
Bernard Rodin, of Los An- Pinkus of Cong. Israelita Paul- New York, Usher Mattise,
geles, was appointed national ista, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and George Yellen, Philip Kaotz,
chairman to coordinate the new Sylvan Lebow, director of the Melvin Schwartz and Dr. 11Iur-
program.
National Federation of Temple ray Green.
The program would encour- Brotherhoods, will discuss! Mindy Fynke was flower girl.
age an exchange of leadership "Judaism in Latin America." I
land ring bearer was Allen
and assistance and financial as-
Schwartz, nephew of the bride-
sistance between communities
groom.
in the United States *and over-
A reception followed. in the
seas, in fields of health, hous-
Crystal Ballroom and Founders
ing, science and . agriculture. to
Room. After an extended honey-
make visible to communities
moon to the .Virgin Islands. -Mr.
12/2U : LW
throughout the worl&_the man-
and Mrs. Schwartz. will reside
ner in which detnocraCy works
in Roseville, Michigan.
The role of JWV would be
to give aid and stimulus to this I Aug. 18—To Mr. and Mrs.
Out-of-town guests attended
prOject and to coordinate and 1Marvin B. Sheplow (Sandra El- from Miami Beach, New York,
seek aid and assistance andbinger) of Livonia, a son, Robert Chi cago , Buffalo, Mt. Clemens,
wrence.
support of community organ- !La
Ann Arbor. Ypsilanti and Can-
• e.: *
izations, labor organizations,
Aug:. 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack tania, Italy.
veterans groups, civil officials,
Quttenplan of Dartmouth Ave.,
government agencies.
officials and post Oak Park, a son. Mark Donald.
tive-thinking
*
JWV's new National Corn- g Aug.14—To Mr. and Mrs. Eu-
mander, I .L. Feuer, of Youngs- I ene Smoler (Gail Nash) of Dart-
_Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Cohn, of
town, 0., will appoint a steer-
Ave., Oak Park, a daugh- Prairie Avenue, announce the
ing committee to put into effect ter , Sandra Lynn.
engagement of their daughter,
the project as a positive pro-
*
*
gram of activity for JWV.
Aug. 11 — To Dr. and Mrs. Barbara Diane, to Lincoln Ra-
Stuart Barak (Rosanne Kiffer- cey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
stein), 22610 W. Seven Mile Racey, of Oak Park.
*
*
Rd., a daughter, Lisa Wynn.
Mrs.
Rose
Goldrich
19911
Aug. 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Ezra
Marlowe,
announces
the
engage-
Lipshitz (C harlotte Louise
LY Since 1941 "Weasel" Goldberg, formerly of ment of her daughter, Rae, to
in Detroit
Detroit), of Kvutzat Urim, Israel, Dr. Sheemon A. Wolfe, son of
Hospitals a Homes
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wolfe of
a son, Oded.
4 ,1:1111
Dayton, Ohio. Dr. Wolfe is a
* *
Aug. 6 — To Dr. and Mrs. graduate of the Ohio College of
Morton H. Sandles (Sarah Hoch- Chiropody. A Jan. 2 wedding is
...Recommended by Physicians
Man), 22020 Kenosha, Oak Park, planned.
* * *
a son, Lee Steven.
*
*
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Gar-
LEO
June 22—To Dr. and Mrs. Mor- ber announce the engagement
ton Wallach (Harriett Meyers) of their daughter, Beverly Joan,
of Strasbourg, - France (tempor- to Dr. Lionel D. Ginsburg, son
Expert Mohel
arily), a daughter, Bonalynn of Mr. and Mrs. Boris Ginsburg.
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
Cherie.
LI 1-9769
LI 2-4444
The bride-elect was graduated
*
*
To Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pleasant from the University of Mich-
(Dorothy Lutren, formerly of Bay igan and is a graduate student
RABBI CHASKEL
City), 21921 Eastwood, Oak Park, at Wayne State University. Her
fiance was graduated from the
a daughter, Marci Anne.
GRUBNER
University of Detroit and Wayne
SPECIALIZED MOHEL
To Mr. and Mrs. Melvin I. State University Medical School.
Recommended by Physicians
Miller (Bernice Herman), 21800 He is completing his residency
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
Gardner, Oak Park, a daughter, at Receiving Hospital. A Decem-
TU 3-1441
3298 Sturtevant
ber wedding is planned.
Kimberlie Anne.

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