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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 18, 1960 —

Montefiore Lodge
Hosts Grand Master

To Wed in Summer Poet Donald Hall

Speaks at Center

Montefiore Lodge, F. S. of I.,
will host Harry Rabinowitz,
grand master of the Free Sons
of Israel, as guest of honor at
the December potluck dinner.
Entertainment chairmen for the
affair are Mrs. Sylvia Ross and
Mrs. Saralyn Bagleman.

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Announcements

Nov. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Barry
Beckwith (Marilyn Fuller, for-
merly of Miami Beach), 21678
Stratford, Oak Park, a son, Larry

* *
Nov. 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Joel
J. Silberg (Andrea Waxman),
19321 Votrobeck, a daughter, Les-
lie Karen.

*

* *

Nov. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Gold (Loretta Miller), 28446
Aberdeen, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Denise Laurie.
* * *
Nov. 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Miles
(Mike) Brasch (Ann Binder), of
24220 Manistee, Oak Park, a
daughter, Abbey Ruth.

Nov. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Oppen (Irene Shpargel),
of Kipling Ave., Oak Park, a
daughter, Judy Beth,

Oct. '31—To Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Bodner (Ellen Siegel),
20496 Carol, a daughter, Jane
Margaret.



* *

Oct. 31 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Ring (Sylvia Stein),
7330 Chalfonte, a son, Erwin
Gary.
* * *
Oct. 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Sal
Gorge (H a r r i et Brookstein),
24620 Seneca, Oak Park, a son,
Mark Steven.

*
*
Oct. 28 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Handleman (Lorelee
Field), 19587 Beaverland, a son,
Robin Avrum.
• * *
Oct. 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Eben
Fridenburg (Edith Gross), 24700
Sussex, Oak Park, a son,\. Robert
Brian.

*

* *

Oct. 18 To Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert L. Fishman (Anne Partney,
formerly of Detroit) of New Ro-
chelle, N.Y., a son, Robert Alan.
* ;:*
Oct. 13
To Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman Schooler (Irene Wein-
berg), 23120 Church, Oak Park,
a son, Steven Bernard.
*
*
Oct. 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
son Litwak (Phyllis Zohott),
10831 Albany, Oak Park, a son,
Eric David.
*
*
To Mr. a n d Mrs. Raymon
Franklin (Jackie Berner of Brook-
lyn, N.Y.), formerly of Detroit
and now of 1111 A 9th St., Al-
bany, Calif., a daughter, Karla
Abeam





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RABBI

MISS BARBARA MIRZOEFF

Mr. and Mrs. Sydney S.
Sperber, of Bay Harbor Islands,
Fla., announce the engagement
of Mrs. Sperber's daughter,
Barbara Mirzoeff, to Jonathan
F. Haber, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Horace J. Haber, of Warring-
ton Drive.
Miss Mirzoeff, daughter also
of the late Joseph Mirzoeff, is
attending the University of
Michigan. Mr. Haber is a grad-
uate of the University of Mich-
igan.
The couple plan a summer
wedding.

Brevities

The Detroit Urban League, in
connection with the National
Urban League, has set aside Sat-
urday for observance' as "EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY DAY." Mayor
Louis C. Miriani has issued a
proclamation officially proclaim-
Mg this day of observance.

* * *

nd
Windsor's
erzog;
Drive to
Fashio
hOw H

"LA BOHEME" will be pre-
sented by the Michigan Opera
Comp an y, comprised of full
chorus, soloists and members of
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra,
Saturday night at the Art Insti-
tute auditorium.
* *
Caught in that rare instance
when her face wears nothing but
a smile, ANNA RUSSELL, the
international concert comedienne
who will appear in the Scottish
Rite Auditorium of Masonic
Temple at 8:30 p.m. today, is
one of the most attractive wom-
en in the performing world. Anna
Russell's face is usually moving
in 15 directions at once and it
has been described as being "as
flexible as a collapsible camp
chair" and "as pliable as raviola
dough."

Winds
Is
activities
ill
e
next mo
erzog,
a
ance of
ambassad to anad
French-Isra fast' .
onored a
Herzog wil
be held Dec.
a mass rally
ewish Center in
11 at th
Windsor.
• tire ponu
is invi
special vita
shion
The
for 1
p.m
the
Cast
Elmw
d lead-
that re
first t
ion have
-en
ers in
ow
agreed to
er coun-
with designers o
try.
e purchase
Admissio
d or the sale of
of a $100
ds.
$300 in

An exhibition of the works of
Michigan artists opened this week
at the RAVEN GALLERY, 17600
James Couzens, and will continue
through Jan. 8.
*
Zvi Wachtel, owner of Cafe
Gallerie, will present the Israeli
booth at the OLD WORLD MAR-
KET of the International Insti-
tute, continuing throUgh Sunday.
The located at 111
ual event of
r y. The
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Nationally known poet Donald
Hall will read and discuss his
works at the next meeting of the
Jewish Center Poetry Center, at
8:30 p.m., Sunday, at 18100
Meyers.
Hall is assistant professor of
English at the University of
Michigan, po-
etry editor for
the Paris Re-
view and edi-
torial consult-
ant for poetry
for the Wes-
leyan Univer-
sity Press. He
has written
"Exiles and
Marriages" and
"The Dark.
Houses," a n d
is the editor
of "The Har-
vard Advocate
Anthology"
and "New Po-
ets of England
and America."
His poems have
appeared in te
many magazine
inc
Future prog
s w
a discussion of e- itics
Poetry of John
er,'
"Detroit Poets
with Sheila Pr' ar sther M
Broner and J me Mazzaro, Dec
4; Pulitzer P e win r Willian
Snodgrass r ding td c -
ing his. p ry
"Poetry in
ama ry
Drama, Jan.

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