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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 9, 1960 —

To Wed in,ju ne

Broner Heads Art
Classes at Center;
Courses Announced

Michelle Yuffy Weds
Marshall Goldman

The art department of the
Jewish Center announces a full
program of classes and activi-
ties for all age groups, at the
main building and the Ten Mile
branch, 15110 W. Ten Mile
Road, Oak Park.
During registration, Sept. 18-
29, the Center's annual art in-
structors' show, featuring the
works of over two dozen Center
instructors, will be exhibited
in both main lobbies.
A distinguished local artist
and art critic, Robert Broner is
the new art department direc-
tor. Broner, who studied at
Wayne State, Detroit Society of
Arts and . Crafts, UCLA, and
MISS RUTH LEVIN
Atelier XVII, has exhibited MRS. MARSHALL GOLDMAN
Mr. and Mrs. William Levin throughout the country and is
of Santa Barbara Dr. announce in permanent collections of the
Michelle Yuffy became the
the engagement of their daugh-
bride. of Marshall Leonard Gold-
ter, Ruth Phyllis, to Michael
man in a garden wedding Aug.
Louis Sklar, son of Mr. and
28 at the borne . of her parents,
Mrs. Harry Sklar of Huntington
Mr. and Mrs..Benjamin H. Yuf-
Woods.
fy, 2168 Victoria, Windsor.
The bride-elect attends the
Parents of the bridegroom
University of Michigan where
are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gold-
she is affiliated with Alpha Ep-
man, 4067 Lincoln, Birming-
silon Phi . sorority. Her fiance,
ham.
a graduate of the University of
Rabbi Stollman and Cantor
Michigan and a member of Zeta
Schenker officiated.
Beta Tau fraternity, will attend
Sprays of Ice pink rosebuds
Harvard Law School in the fall.
were appliqued on the bride's
A June wedding is planned.
gown of imported white organdy
with an open neckline, short
sleeves and a molded bodice. The
Don Frohman Chorus
fitted cummerbund of ice pink
Begins Rehearsals
peau de soie fell into a bustle
The Don Frohman Chorus
back chapel train, and a tiara of
will begin rehearsals 8 p.m.
pink rosebuds and orange blos-
Monday at the Mumford High
soms and two-tiered shoulder-
School auditorium. New mem-
length veil of white silk illusion
bers will be accepted until Oc
completed the ensemble.
ROBE' BRONER
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Mrs. Gerald Levine of Toronto
Frohman at DI 1-3776.
onor.
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of Tor • to,
lyn Museum, G enheim Mu- Carol Ann Cow
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JWV Activities I

Pioneer Women Plans
Open House Sept. 29

Lt. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY will meet Mon-
day at the home of Bess Gold-
berg, 20438 Cheyenne. Presi-
dent Mollie Perchikoff will re-
port on the recent convention in
Florida. The Auxiliary will serv-
ice the Veterans Hospital it-. Ann
Arbor on Sept. 18.

Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women will hold its annual open
house 12:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at the
Hayim Greenberg Center, 19161
Schaefer, it was announced by.
Mrs. Sam Wasserman, Council
president, and Mrs. Joseph Wy.
zan, vice president of education,
who will chair the event.
In observance of the 35th anni-
versary of Pioneer Women a skit
depicting the work and growth
of the organization will be pre-
sented at the affair. It was writ-
ten and will be directed by Mrs.
Sam Fishman. The musical por-
tion of the program will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Theodore Sallen,
by Mrs. Victor Lin-
accom • . •
r with refresh-
ocia
, tinged by Mrs.
ents is being
Michael Wilson.
Detroit Counci
ill be repre-
sented at the nat
1 conference
Sept. 18-19 t at t
Statler-Hilton
Hotel in
Y

Lt. BLOCK-GEN. ROSE POST
and AUXILIARY will pre-
sent an American flag and a copy
of the book, "Jews in American
Wars," by J. George Fredman
and Louis A. Falk,. to Cong. Bnai
Moshe at tonight's service. Mak-
ing the presentations will be
Morris Eiken, Post commander,
and Lorraine Tannis, Department
chaplain. •
* *
Lt. ROY F. GREE
at
IARY will meet
the JWV Memoiq
ome to
discuss plans f
e Oct. 18
to be given by
membership p
an, junior vice
Mrs. Ben
president,
was announced
rs. Jerry Dale.
president

* *

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