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October 21, 1960 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 2 1, 1960 —

Center Activities in Full Swint).
Poetry, Drama, Yoga, Basketball

Aiiii9uncements

Oct. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Stone (Sheila Moore), of
16745 Greenfield, a daughter,
Rhonda Susan.
*
*

Oct. 15 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Stollman (Vivian Kozenn),
18440 Greenfield, a son, Eden
Jay.
*
*
Oct. 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Eu-
gene Lemberg (Gail Werber)
of Oak Park, a daughter,
Marsha Toni.

* * *

Sept. 28—To Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Kersch (Marcia Ko-
baker), of 16204 Greenfield, a
daughter, Ellen Sue.

* * *

Sept. 19—To Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Kunin (Beverly Par-
ven), 1 4 4 5 0 Rosemary, Oak
Park, a son, Marc Alan.
* * *

Sept. 18—To Dr. and Mrs.
Irving M e 1 c e r (Arlene Lee
Glassman), former Detroiters
now living at 89 Elm, Park For-
est, Ill., a daughter, Sylvia Lisa.
* * *
Sept. 17—To Mr. and Mrs.
Lou S o v er ins k y (Marilyn
Goode), 4925 Franklin, Des
Moines, Iowa, a daughter, Linda
Beth.
* * *
Oct. 6—To Dr. and Mrs. Har-
old Daitch (Cynthia Levin),
24225 Roanoke, Oak Park, a
son, Lawrence Robert.
*
Oct. 15 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard C. Rosenthal (Barbara
Toppel), 15830* Joy, a son, Jeff-
rey Allan.
* * *
Oct. 12—To Dr. and Mrs. Al-
bert R. Korby (Nancy Jacobs),
20546 Plainview, a son, Brian
Keith.
* * *
Oct. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Phil-
lip York (Norma Silver), 19720
Westbrook, a daughter, Elise
Deborah,
*. * *
Oct. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Schwartz (Rona Brooks),
18010 Strathmore, a son, Eric
Charles.
_ * * *
Oct. 2—To Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel ~ Laski (Eva Marx), 22131
Kenosha, Oak Park, a daughter,
Janice Sandra.

Oct. 2—To Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
don ()nickel (Fern Bloom), 19343
St. Francis, Livonia, a daughter,
Irene Marla.
* * *
Sept. 23—To Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Pearl (V e r a Siegel),
13370 Kenwood, Oak Park, a
daughter, Rochelle Lynn.

A poetry center is- now under
way at the Jewish Center, dedi-
cated to the advancement of the
poetic arts. Future meetings will
include lectures and poetry read-
ings by outstanding poets, re-
corded poetry sessions and criti-
cal analysis of poetry.
* * *
Center Theater membership
includes a free ticket to each
major production; Workshop on
Wheels, a mobile unit prepar-
ing and presenting plays before
the community; Center Theater
nights, infornial theater events
with planned programs; play
reading committee, and stage-
craft. For information, call DI
1-4200.
* * *
The Women's Health Club an-
nounces a ten-week course in
yoga, now being taught by Kath-
leen Bachmann. The course, free
to Women's Health Club mem-
bers and $8 for general women
Center members, meets from 2
to 3 p.m. Wednesdays.
*
*
Registration for basketball
leagues for all boys and men
is under way at the physical
education department. Leagues
are:

Bantam league (boys 9-10), 6 p.m.,
Saturdays; Junior league (boys 11-
12), Saturdays; Class C Tween
league (boys, grades 7-8), 8 p.m.,
Saturdays; Class B Teen (grades 9-
10), Monday and Tuesday evenings;
Class A Teen (grades 11-12), 5 p.m.,
Sundays; Senior House League
(adults out of high school), Thurs-
day evenings.

The Junior and Bantam
leagues, beginning Oct. 29, will
feature six weeks of instruction,
followed by league play. Fathers
are needed as coaches.
Youth registration for Center
clubs, boys playing as a group,
and individuals will be held
through Oct. 31.
The senior league will begin
Dec. 1.
Tryouts for the Teen Varsity
team will be held at the Center,
9 a.m. Sunday.
* * *
A representative Jewish Cen-
ter team of boys 11 and 12 will
play in a Detroit Piston basket-
ball league this winter, compet-
ing against other local youth
agency teams at Olympia, be-
fore Piston games. Tryouts, for
all Center boys who will still be
12 as of Jana 1, will be held at
1:30 p.m. Sunday. Twel - will be
selected. For information, call
DI 1-4200.
* * *
Calling all goblins to a Jewish

Israel Has Received
$700 Million in Aid
from U.S. Since 1948

.

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Israel has
received three billion dollars from
foreign sources since the State
was established in 1948, and
about $700,000,000 of that total
United States
has come
* * *
Govern
ass' • ce, Henry
Sept. 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Cha
, deputy
ctor of the
Sam Dorfman (Jennie Anbend-
lean "Point Fo " program
er), 22031 Blackstone, Oak Park,
Israel, declared h
a son, Steven Alan.
fant made the tatement
a symposiumj on
erican-
Israeli friendshi h
at ZOA
RABBI
House.
Ambassa-
ther Ameri-
11 as promin-
ed the meeting.
OH EL
ed Israel as an
EXCLUSIVLy
L.._ Since194
in Detroit
raising the State
Hospitals& Hom
prog sed so far that,
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in
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Center Halloween roller skating
party, featuring games, en-
tertainment and refreshments,
from 5 to 6 p.m. Thursday. Wear
costumes. Tickets are available
at 18100 Meyers.
* * *
A handball clinic and exhi-
bition will be held at 7 p.m.,
Tuesday, on the handball courts
of the Center, with some of
Detroit's top handball players
matched against the top Center
competitors.
Teens and adults, _in gym at-
tire, may attend the free clinic,
preceding the exhibition, and
pick up pointers on funda-
mentals and techniques from
top players. The exhibition is
open to everyone.
* * *
Juniors will greet Institute
Day, Wednesday, with a 'Salute
to Johnny Appleseed," a special
all day program, from 9:30 to
3 p.m., featuring swimming and
gym in the morning, and an
afternoon of games and arts and
crafts with apples, topped off
with a special show in the thea-
ter. Jeans, bright shirts and
cotton dresses are recom-
mended attire. Cider will be
served. Register by Monday.

JWV Activities

OAK PARK AUXILIARY

will give its first membership
party of the season at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Joseph Schechtman, 2 4 7 3 1
Westhampton, Oak Park. A
professional hair stylist will
present • a demonstration with
three models. Games, prizes
and refreshments will also be
featured. For information or
transportation, call Mrs.
I. Binder, LI 2-8899, or Mrs. H.
Sklar, LI 4-1681. Mrs. Maurice
Noble, patriotic instructress,
has presented two copies of the
book "Jews in American Wars"
to the Oak Park and Ferndale
libraries. •
* .*
Lt. ROY F. _GREEN' AUX-
ILIARY will meet 1 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Bernard L. Hoffman of Pen-
nington Dr., announces Presi-
dent Mrs. Jerry Dale. Plans will
be made for a membership
party and tic tributed
eld
Ball
for the Wi
a 1. For
Cobo
Dec. 17
Mrs. Dale, L
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be assiste by
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Kersc
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* * *

Rosai-a Trine 'reds
Richard P. Suthin

A concert reading production
of Christopher Fry's award-
winning play, "The Firstborn,"
will be presented in Detroit
Wednesday, by the University
of Michigan Players. "The First-
born," the story of M o s e s'
struggle with himself over lead-
ing the Jews out of captivity,
will be presented at 8:30 p.m.
in Rackham Educational
Memorial.
The role of Moses will be
played by • Howard Green, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green,
of 13340 Northfield, Oak Park.
Howard, who holds M. A. and
B. A. degrees in speech, will re-
ceive his law degree from the
University of Michigan in Janu-
ary.

MRS. RICHARD SUTKIN

Rosara Wine was wed to
Richard P. Sutkin in a ceremony
performed by Rabbi Morris
Adler Oct. 16 at Sheraton Cadil-
lac Hotel.
The couple are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wine of
Third Ave. and Mr. and Mrs.
Murray J. Sutkin of Charring-
ton Ave., Bloomfield Township.
The bride wore a gown of
ivory peau de soie fashioned on
princess lines with lace appli-
ques embroidered on the bodice
and chapel-length train. Her silk
illusion veil was held in place
by a headpiece of orange blos-
soms fashioned of tiny pearls.
nted
She carried a Bi
with a spray of
ids an vy.
Judith Su
was maid- .
-honor and
ol L. Schmier w .
a brides •
I. Robert I. Win
an. Ushers include
was b
Jack . Koblin, D. Gary or
noy
Ian Lee and •r
Ro
e coupl d.
fo
eymoon to t
.ah .
s-
retur . hey
ds. Upo• t
irteen
I reside a 118 W
e, Royal Oak.

Na

Howard Green Plays
Role of 'Moses' in
Fry's 'The Firstborn'.

Consultant

Henry L. Zucker, executive
director of the Jewish Com-
munity Federation of Cleveland,
has been assigned by the Joint
Distribution Committee as a
special consultant to JDC head-
quarters in Geneva. He will visit
with Jewish communities . in
western and central Europe to
advise on communal work and
development of joint activities.

I Bar Mitzvahs I

Mrs. Helen Posner, 16169
Woodingham, announces the
Bar Mitzvah of her son, Philip
Harold, Saturday at Cong.
Ezras Achim. A dinner Will be
held in his honor the same eve-
ning at the Club Alamo.
* * *
The Bas Mitzvah of "Sharon-
Raphael, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Raphael, will be ob-
served 8:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at the
Sholem Aleichem Institute.

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least one All-American football
selection in ten of the last 12
seasons.

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