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January 13, 1961 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-13

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Rites Set

THE DETROIT JEWISH NE



Music Group to Hear Sandra Ireingarden
European Composers' II-reds Eugene Nabat
Contemporary Works

MISS SUSAN BROWN

Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Brown of
Shrewsbury Rd. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Susan Gail to A. Bart Levine,
son of the Elias Levines of New
York. Mr. Levine graduated
from the University of Illinois.
An Aug. 6 wedding is planned.

Brevities

Individual instruction by pro-
fessional artists and craftsmen
will be available in the new
KAHN FUND PROJECT, Studio
Introduction to the Arts and
Crafts, offered by the Detroit
Institute of Arts in two ten=
week sessions Wednesday eve-
nings, 7:15 to 9:15. For adults
of all ages, the first session will
be held Jan. 11 through March
15, and the second March 22
through May 31. To enroll, call
TE 1-0360.

Christopher Fry's "THE
LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING"
will run through Feb. 4 at the
Vanguard Playhouse. It opened
Monday. Starring in the comedy
are Harry Goldstein, Thomas
Mendip; Elaine Hyman, Jennet
Jourdemayne; E a r 1 Bettiner,
Richard; Dolores Walker, Alizon
Eliot; Gil Oden, Nicholas Devize;
Martin Shaker, Humphrey De-
vize; Lillian Hicks, Margaret De-
vize; Tom Dougall, Hebble Ty-
son; Rollon Parker, chaplain
and-Matthew Skipps; John Kess-
ler, Edward Tappercoom.

* * *

SYDNEY J. HARRIS, whose
syndicated column "Strictly Per-
. sonal" appears in The Detroit
Free Press, will be presented in
the Detroit Town Hall Lecture
Series 11 a.m. Wednesday at
Ford Auditorium, followed by
luncheon at the Women's City
Club. Tickets may be purchased
_ at Grinnell's, WO. 2-1124, or at
the auditorium the morning of
the lecture.

I

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Marguerite Kozenn Chajes will
present a concert of "Contem-
porary European Music" with
members of the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra and Julius Cha-
jes, conductor, at a meeting of
the Music Study Club, 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Community Arts
Auditorium, Wayne State Univer-
sity.
Mrs. Jack Scherr, chairman of
the day, announces the newest
compositions of leading compos-
ers from the Netherlands, Bel-
gium, Denmark, Switzerland and
Great Britain will be featured.
Guest speaker will be Eduard
Werner, president of the Detroit
Federation of Musicians.
A reception honoring t h e-
artists and sponsors will follow
the concert in the American
Room of the Internati6nal Insti-
tute, John R. and E. Kirby.
Chairmen are Sylvia Hurwitz and
Mae Weintraub.
Among the sponsors of the
event are the music and music
education departments of Wayne
State University, Detroit Public
Library, United Community Sery-
ices and International Institute,
musicians' groups, consulates and
information services of the Euro-
pean countries to be represented.

`Jewish Family' is Topic
Set for LZO Meeting

The Daniel Yosef - Branch
Eleven of the Labor Zionist
Organization will meet 8:45
p.m. Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Born-
stein, 21930 Church, Oak Park.
The speaker will be Mrs. Leon
Lucas, representative of the
Jewish Family Service in Oak
Park. Her topic will be "Jewish .
Family and Social Problems
arising out of Suburban Living."
Gerald L. Goldberg, branch
chairman, has announced the
appointment of the --branch's
Histadrut co-chairmen, Zigmund
Moses and Manfred Werner.

Jan. 4—To Dr. and Mrs. Ger-
ald G o 1 d (Barbara Bockoff),
tempnrakily of Germany, a
daughter, Jamie Beth.
• * *
Dec. 31—To Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald H. Moss (Sandra Cher-
nick), 25275 Ridgecliff, South-
field, a daughter, Lisa Gayle.
* * *
Dec. 28 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Albert J. Colman (Harriette
Cohen), 1155 S. Harris, Ypsi-
lanti, a daught r, -Cary Lynn.

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son, Dale Robert.

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To Mr. and Mrs.
e (Joyce Licht),
as field, Farmington, a
r, Caren Lynn.
.
* * *
Dec. 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Glen (Ell n Haar), 24605
Templar, Sout ield, a daughter,
Nancy Ann.
* *
Dec.
—To Mr. and Mrs.
rant (Lisa Geffen),
327 Al rt, Royal Oak, a son,
Jam David.

* *

Dec. 23 —
Mr. and Mrs.
William D. Ha er (Gladys Rae
Weiss), 18175
acArthur, Red-
ford Tow
a daughter, Lori
Ellen.

To Mr. and- Mrs.
Fre Starr (Harriet Cohen),
2486 Rensselaer, Oak Park, a
son, Mitchell Aubrey.

Bar Mitzvahs

Jan Berris, delegate to the re-
cent National Convention of
United Synagogue Youth at the
Hotel Morrison, Chicago,' was
elected national recording secre-
tary, the first such post to be
awarded to a member in this
area.
The Detroit chapter, in addi-
tion, rec i
• -
a •
ward, a
indi-
'dual awards 'ere give ar-
sha Taylor, Rena iloffe, L ore
Rogovein, Debby .1,1Tolok, an
Berris, Mickey Shur, Leon ch-
man and • n S wartz.
A com tee
-chair
by
for'sting
ans
r ion
oriven-
on I the USY c
al region
o be held at
roit's Hotel
tatler M.
-25.

Mr. and Mrs. Markus S.
Simon, 2526 Longfellow, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Samuel -Micah, 9 a.m. Jan.
21 at Cong Shaarey Zedek. A
reception in his honor will be
held at home that evening. No
cards.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Green,
18560 Burt, announce the Bar
,Mitzvah of their son, Lawre
Ricky, - 9 a.m., Jan. 21 at
g
Israel of Greenfield Syn
gue.
A dinner in his hono
ill be
held that evening at
e syna-
gogue.
* * *
Gorme-
Mr. and Mrs. Ja
zano of Church Ave., ak Park,
announce the Bar
vah of
ill be
their son, Lawrence,
held Saturday at Cong.
e
Shomayim. A party in his ho
will be held the following day
at the synagogue.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blau,
23510 Gardner, Oak Park, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son Jeffrey will be observed
Saturday. A brunch will follow
the service, and a supper in his
onor will be held that evening
Springel's Patio Room.

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In a candlelight ceremony at
Adas Shalom Synagogue Nov.
27, Sandra Weingarden, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
M. Weingarden of Santa Bar-
bara Dr., was united in mar-
riage to Eugene Robert Nabat.
Rabbi Jacob Segal and Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel performed the
double ring ceremo
The bride chos
ivory sil
taffeta bridal g n with round-
ed neckline
lded cummer-
bund ap
ued ,in tiny pearls
and a
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skirt fallin
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train.-
tin
pearls
fin rtip ve
illu on.
S
carrie phaela
step
otis wit
on to
Bible.
Ren
eingarden, sist
the
e, was maid of
Bri
maids w
ar
buc Mrs. Al
a
Jer e Rollins a
Wai
Hy
Cutl
c of th
brideg
st man.
Ushers
onald Nabat,
brothe of
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man ohen, Arnold er
Mar all Wein
ert ger.
A • r a Flo
on,
Mr.
d Mrs.
eside
on
Seven

firth
nn,ouncements Stan

Dec. 27 — o Mr. and , Mrs.
Harla
(Frances Smol-
Ridgedale, Oak
daughter, Sharon Ruth.

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YEAR 'ROU
and MORE
in the first quarter of 1961.
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Center Cagers Score
11th Straight Victory

Jewish Center Teen Varsity
won its 11th straight game,
beating Franklin Settlement,
42-31.
Billy Davis again led the Cen-
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Teen Varsity will travel to
Livonia Monday and will host
Ferndale Recreation 7 p.m. -
Thursday. Junior Varsity will
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