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September 30, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-30

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MISS MARLENE ENGEL

Announcement has been
made of the engagement of
Marlene Engel, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Engel of
Cherrylawn Ave., to Jack M.
Chareton of Indiana Ave., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Chare-
ton of South Bend, Ind. The
future bridegroom attended the
University of Indiana and is
presently enrolled at the Uni-
versity of Detroit. A Jan. 22
wedding is planned.

Retarded Children Will
Benefit from Bazaar,
Festival Fund-Raising

Retarded_ children at Lapeer
State Home and Training School
will benefit from proceeds of
the annual bazaar and harvest
festival sponsored by the La-
peer Parents Association of
Metropolitan Detroit.
The event will be held from
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Oct. 15 at
St. Joseph Episcopal Church,
Woodward at Holbrook. Lunch-
eon will be served from 11 a.m.
till 2 p.m., and dinner from
5 to 8 p.m.
Last year, the bazaar netted
close to '$7,000. More funds are
needed this year, however, ac-
cording to John • Haracz, chair-
man, who has set a goal of
$10,000.
For information and to give
aid to this cause, contact Joseph
Kepes, 17180 S t o ep el, UN
2-6066; Henry Widrich, 18676
Griggs, UN 1-8798; - and Mrs.
Manuel Brown,- 18506 Indiana,
UN 4-2380.

Judge N. J. Kaufman
to Address Edison
Torch Drive Workers

Judge Nathan J. Kaufman
will spark the kick-off of the
Detroit Edison Company's 1960
Torch Drive on Oct. 6.
As a member of the United
Foundation speakers bur ea u,
Judge Kaufman will emphasize
how the contribution of each
solicitation volunteer means so
much to so many.
The Torch Drive kick-off
meeting for the 225 Detroit
Edison Company solicitors will
begin at 8:30 a.m. in the Wayne
Room, Statler Hilton Hotel.

I

Bar Mitzvahs 1

Dr. and Mrs. Arnold ass,
24621 Oneida, 0
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of their
nounce the Bar Mi
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open house
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held the same
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WANTED

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light manufacturing proper-
ty. Should have parking for
6-8 cars.

Norm Rubin

JULIAN C. FRANK CO.

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• • • •
ctivities in Society

A large number of sponsors have been enroll
by a special committee, headed by Al Borman and • e
Kasle, as sponsors of the concert to be given here No 1,
at the Masonic Auditorium, by the world-famous I • ael
Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of of
Krisps. The list of sponsors to-date for this inclu
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Albert, Mrs. Theodore Bargma ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Becker, Mrs. Jacob Borin, Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Borman, Cherrin Brothers, Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Cott, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Davidson, Mr. and Mrs
Adolph Deutsch, Mr. and Mrs. Max Dunitz, Mr. and Mr
Walter L. Field, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Goldberg, Mr. a
Mrs. Nathan I. Goldin, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hechtma
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Karbal, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kasl
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Klein, Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolf Leitman, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ben Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lipson, Marks & Goergens, Inc.,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mersky, Mr. and Mrs. Max Osnos,
Mr. and Mrs. David Pollack, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosen-
thal, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. William
R. Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Gil Silverman
and Sloan Family, Mr. and Mrs.
Stollman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sy
Winkelman, Mr. and Mrs. Ch
Yanow.
M. Paul Paray, condu
Orchestra, and Mrs. Para
assista
on-
ductor of the Detroit Sym
.P
nd the
past presidents of the Z
will be the honored gues
(tail
eing
given by Mr. and Mrs. B
Jones, of
ilton Road,
=for sponsors and patron of the Isr
Philharmonic
Orchestra concert, on S
ay, Oct.

Center Theater t
Fund-Rai •
rojects

eater of the Jewish
munity Center is inaugur-
ating a theater party program
for organ ns concerned
with fund-raisi g
ojec
Tickets
•loc
more wi
vai
at ec
prices
organiza
Attractions
WO
a delightf
in comedy
ring "Th
oadway and wor
ov and
Dec. 8. 10
nard Sha
"Arms
Man," on Feb. 2
nd 26;
nd the
premiere of
co Garcia Lorca's "Blood
Wedding."
For further information con-
tact the Center drama depart-
ment, DI, 1-4200, or special
events chairman Mrs. Sidney J.
Winer, UN 2-7907.

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Mr. and Mrs. I. Hoffma celebrated t
n
ni-
versary with 'their children,
andchildren and
e
. .. • go
• sin ,,
at the home of Mr. and 1V
J. Silverston
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Mr. and Mrs. N. R. SilverSt
and daughte
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es,
were also present.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Magid,
e vacationing at
Morris Lansburgh's Flamingo Hote in Las Vegas.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kalish were honored at a 50th wedding
anniversary party, Sept. 24. Out-of-town guests incl
Sophie Tucker, Moe Abuza, Jack Grossman and
and May Rita, and Mr. and Mrs. A. R
York; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kalish 0
with their son and daughter-in-law
Barbara and Sally. Another celebr
was tendered Monday.
Miss Bettina Langnas was
shower given by her aunt,
friends and relatives attended.
Prof. Morris Weitz returned o
onth stay
in Europe, as the recipient of a
ellowship. The
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Weitz, 25215 Kingshire, Southfield, Dr.
Weitz is a professor of philosophy at Ohio State University, a
former Fullbright Scholarship winner and the author of two
philsophy works, one of which, "The Problems of Aesthetics,"
is a collcge textbook used throughout the Un• nd
Europe. He received his BA degree from W
ate Univers
and his MA and Ph.D. from the Univer
of Michigan. as
taught at Vassar College and Colum•
niversity.
Mesdames Jules R. Schubot, E
M. Fenton, Robert Rosen-
thal and E. J. Slotkin were model
t the Unit Foundation F.11
Fashion Festival presented to s • e 5,000 Tor D iv
Sept. 12 in the Cobo Hall ballr m.
The Sherman Family Clu will meet p.m.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Manny
iedman, 23 0 Sco a, Oak Par
Among the guests of Cy s Eaton, Cleveland indus
at the luncheon given for US
Premier Nikita K
New York, was Max Zivian, of

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Cong. Beth Shalom's Sisterhood,
Men's Club Present `Carniv

Cong. Beth Shalom's Sister-
hood. and Men's Club invite the
public to attend their "Carni-
val and Fair" from 11 a.m. to
11 p.m. Oct. 9 at the synagogue,
14601 W. Lincoln, Oak Park.
Main attractions will b
"Ricky the Clown," at 1:30 p.m
and Bob Burger, TV personalit
and his trained pets exhibi
with appearances every hour. A
free pet will be given away at
the end of- each pet show. A
variety of rides will also be
offered for the children.
Mrs. Hal Eisenberg, Sister-
hood vice president, announces
there will be an Antique Jewel-
ry booth by David Fredrick and
a gift and book shop, featuring.
Israeli imports, among the at-
tractions for adults.
Mrs. Charles Berger is in
charge of the catering commit-
tee which will offer both lunch-
es and dinners.
Members of the "Carnival and
Fair" committe&were named by
Mrs. Joseph Gallen, Sisterhood
president, and Martin. Herman,
Men's Club president.
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Wed jack Chareton

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