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March 03, 1961 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-03

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activities in Society

- Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Karasick have departed for a two-
week vacation to Long Beach, Calif., where they are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Babbush and Mr. and Mrs. H. Karasick.
Cantor and Mrs. Anton A. Rosenfeld, 21970 Kipling, Oak
Park, recently had a party in honor of Cantor and Mrs. Simon
Bermanis and Cantor and Mrs. Louis Klein.
Wayne State University student Stephen Applebaum, 19,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Applebaum, 255 Hall, Windsor,
recently returned from a year's stay in Israel, England and
France.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kobaker left for a several weeks' stay
in Israel.
The Bas Mitzvah of Barbara Gail Heller, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Harry A. Heller, was solemnized at Temple Beth E
last Saturday morning. A luncheon was given in the Bas Mitzva
honor at Town and Country Club.
Mrs. Dan Shapiro, president of Women's Division of Ame
can Jewish Congress, presided over a city-wide president
meeting at the home of Mrs. Louis Menk, president of the
North East Chapter. The main topic was re-organization on a
division level.
The Sherman Family Club will meet 8 p.m. Sunday_ at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfgang, 17556 Muirland, to make
plans for the Passover Seder to be held April 1 at the Hayim
Greenberg Center.
A Kiddush was held last Saturday at Cong. Beth Yehudah by
Rev. and Mrs..Monachim Margulies in honor of their grandson,
Gerald Louis Brenner, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Myer Brenner of
Annchester Rd., who will observe his Bar Mitzvah Saturday at
Cong. Beth Moses. He was also presented a prayer book from
Rabbi Spiro at last week's Kiddush. A dinner party will be held
in his honor Saturday night at the Rainbow Terrace.
Mrs. Charles Milan is the first woman Trustee of the Detroit
Bar-Mitzvah Year Israel Bond Campaign. Other women who have
enrolled as 1961 sponsors of Israel include: Mesdames Theodore
Bargman, Benjamin Bragman, • Harry Cohen, Harry Goldberg,
Norman Cottler, Samuel Kobaker, Morris Lesser, Nathan Linden,
Abraham I. Morrison, Sidney Shevitz, Norman Blake, Irving Her-
melin, Pearl Leader, J. Stewart Linden, Hy Lipsitz, Sid Schwartz,
Louis L. Silverfarb, Samuel Simmer and Evi Tobin.
-Harvey Krupp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hegman Krupp, 18466
Northlawn, is one of 43 students enrolled in the Ferris Institute's
optical technology program, a course offered at only two other U.S.
colleges and the only one in the midwest.

Mumford Meeting to Air
Half-Day Problem; Set
Exchange Student Panel

"Comparative Education and
Social Customs," a panel dis-
cussion including foreign ex-
change students from Japan,
Pakistan, Argentina and the
United States wilt be held 8
p.m. Wednesday at Mumford
High School. The American stu-
dent is Vivian Shevitz, Mum-
ford student who spent last
summer in Switzerland on the
exchange program.
Following will be a discus-
sion of half-day sessions at
Mumford and the problem of
college with

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8rtgagements

At a recent family dinner, the
engagement of Ada B. Cohen
to Frank J. Zedde was an-
nounced. The bride-elect is the
daughter- of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Louis J. Cohen. Her fiance
is the son of Mrs. Mary Zedde
and the late John Zedde. A fall
wedding is planned.

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The Farband Jewish
.m. Satur-
t 1 will be hel
ayim Greenberg
da
Center, announces David Sislin,
vice president of the City Com-
mittee.
Arlazaroff Branch President
Morris Schaver, program chair-
man, will present Emily Adams,
Detroit Symphony violinist; Shir-
ley Monson, mezzo soprano; and
Rebecca Frohman, pianist.
. Also featured will be a Ford
Motor Company film, "Leonard
Bernstein in _Venice," according
to Farband President Harry
Schumer.
A social hour will follow the
program. The community is in-
vited. For information and
ts, call DI 1-0669.

(Estimates Cheerfully Given)

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DOW SHADES

GEORGE GERSHWIN
CHAPTER will celebrate its
Bas Mitzvah anniversary 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Work-
men's Circle. New members
will be initiated and Israel
Chapter's variety show will
highlight the evening's enter-
tainment, under the
of Belle Hitow.
tion, call Sol B
or Mrs. Lo
6-7760.

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mprised and
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Chug Ivri, which is
the
tudents,
mainly of young Israe
ebration
will present a Purim
8 p.m. Sunday in the Je h Corn-
et
munity Center. A Hebrew
songs and dancing will be ea-
tured.
ay, "Mishloach Monoth"

HIS ORCHESTRA
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aining Trio, Accordion
or Afternoon Parties
Smaller Affairs
Call DI 1-1609
for information

Orith

LOUIS
will hold
ebration
member- 12:30 p.m. Wedn
day at t home of Mrs.
Hertzberg 1130 G.
Oak
Park. Mrs.
Aaron, be-
ast results! trait Bnai Brith Women's
Council past president, will
preside over the initiation cere-
monies. Refreshments will be
served. For information and
transportation, call Helen Katz-
man, LI 5-6024, or Hedy Gold-
berg, DI 1-8214:
* * •
YUSTER - ROSENBERG
LODGE will hold a business
meeting 9 p.m. Thursday at
Lutzker Hall. For information,
call Maurice A. Betman, LI
8-1648.
* * *
MARY COUSENS YOUNG
WOMEN will install its first slate
of officers at ceremonies March
25 at the Elmwood Casino. The
officers are Cynthia Dworkin,
president; Rona Moskovitz, vice
president; Carol Fisher and
Sandra K elm a n, secretaries;
Joann Neshkes, treasurer; Joyce
Greenberg, sergeant-at-arms; and
Pat Kaufman, chaplain.

y Sholem _Aleichem, was pre-
pared for presentation in ebrew
pro-
ah
by Mrs
gram rttl

Hebrew-Speaking Groups
Celebrate Purim with
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Weds Howard Katz

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