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April 14, 1961 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-04-14

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THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS — Friday, April 14, 1961 —

Moehlman-Schare
Rites Solemnized

Michigan Conservative Sisterhoods Jane Kurtz to Wed
Meet; Local Women Play Big Role Burton Rodney
,

Young Adults Welcome
Spring at Dance Sunday

The You
oup of
Temple
d a
and special programs highlight-
"S
.m.
ing all phases of sisterhood
work.
all.
The National Wo me n's
League consists of some 725
The Rhythmaires
conservative sisterhoods in the
music for dan ing a
United States and Canada.
ng
Mrs. Baruch I. Treiger, Na-
elen
tional Field Work Director of
ed. All
the League will be the national
the ages
speaker and consultant for the
vited.
conference. Also appearing as
speakers will be Rabbi Joseph
ant The Best?
Katz of Saginaw and Rabbi
sk the Folks Who've Had
Philip Fried Of Bay City.
A special program feature
SAM BARNETT
will be the presentation of an
and His Orchestra
original play by Marc Siegel,
Broadway TV writer, who wrote
LI 1-2563
MRS. HERMAN MOEHLMAN
"Spotlight on the Girls" espe-
cially for the National Women's
Barbara Joan Schare and Her-
League. It will be presented
Mrs.
Louis
E.
Rudner,
of
MRS. IDA E. LEVY
man Moehlman were wed in a
. ant Mrs.
under the direction of Mrs.
New selection of engraved and
double-ring ceremony March 22 Flint, announces the Bar_ Mitz- Richard G. Burns with the fol- S thcona D
embossed invitations
vahs of her. sons, I. Charles and
at Temple Israel.
for:
lowing cast who are members g ement o
Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs,
The newlyweds are the chil- Stephen M., on Saturday at Con- of the Ahavas Achim Sister-
an,
to
Burt
Confirmations,
Teas, Parties
dren of Mrs. Raye Schare of Ap- gregation Beth Israel, Flint. The hood of Detroit: Mesdames
Also personalized napkins
Mr. and
family
will
be
at
home
to
their
matches,
informals,
stationery
poline Ave. and the late Philip
Larry Guttenberg, Meyer Levey, 0
ew York
UN 1-8929
17352 Indiana
Schare and Mr. and Mrs. Harry friends and relatives that Sat- Thomas Partovitch, Ben Simons,
he bride-:
urday evening from 8 to 11
Moehlman of Ward Ave.
Morris Snyder and Lester th
niversi
Al Moehlman served his broth- o'clock. No cards.
Wolfe.
fia
is
e of
* * *
er as best man. Mrs. Rochelle
Presenting workshops will be lege o
cal
E
-ering a
Perlman was matron of honor.
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Mesdames Isadore Leeman on the
iversity o
ichigan and
A dinner in honor of the couple Brown, 18935 Muirland, an- coordinated educational activi- n
is attendin the New
rk
followed. The newlyweds depart- nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their ties; I. E. Goodman, parlia-
iversity Sch•of L.
'e
ed for a Niagara Falls honey- son, Harris Barnett, will. be mentary procedures; David
edding is
d..
moon.
observed 9 a.m. April 22, at W o 1 i n, Judaism-in-the-home
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. A dinner Ben Z. Freeman, social. action
his honor will be held that H. Liebson, Israel affairs; Jame
13-Year-Old Violinist in
evening at his home.
Detroit S
rtes
old
Sobel, ways and means fa
and Orchestra UN' 4-9485
* * *
eir "Fifth A n n i
to Solo with Frohman
sary
fund raising; Nathan Spevakow,
ante" 9 p.m
urday at
Dr. and Mrs. Michael ,M. programming; and R. G. Burns,
Chorus April 30
• Beth
am.
Levin of W. Outer Dr. announce youth.
111 • •S•
music of Sam
Also active in conference
The Don Frohman Chorus will the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Emmer
and
his
orchestra
will
present its annual concert 8:30 David Yale, will be observed proceedings are Mesdames Sol
be featured. Refreshments will
p.m. April 30 at the Mumford 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Beth Docks, Charles We'
Katzman, Fred
, Norman • e served by club hostesses.
High School auditorium, Wyo- Aaron Synagogue.
Allan and
zes will be awarded. For
* * *
Markle, plus
ming at Thatcher.
the wive
all Conservative in rmation, call KE 4-6664.
Singe r, composer-conductor Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alpern rabbis
ichigan.
Frohman has prepared a of Fairfield Ave. announce the
Off
of the Michigan
program of works from the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Wayne bra
of the National Wo • en's
• •
world's greatest composers. Oreck, will be observed 10:45 Le
e are pres ent,
o-
A
hes
These include Yiddish • folk a.m. Saturday at Temple Beth se
• Sat., Apri 15, 9 .m.-12:30 a.
M. Markel, • ce eside
El.

and
His
Orchestra
songs, modern Israeli, English
M dames Isador

CONG.
BETH
ABRAH
* * *
n, S
Ask About

ballads, Negro spirituals,, operet-
8100
W.
7
Mi.
n
Weinberg
Wolin;
NEW
TRIO
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Erwin
Goodman,
at Gree
ta, opera and oratorio excerpts..
tr surer,
For Afternoon Parties
Ha y Gu

izes
••
Guest artist will be Lorraine 18113 Santa - Barbara, announce be ; and
DI 1-1609

ecretaries,
Messick, 13-year-old virtuoso the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Ad h A. Winkler a
rs.
violinist, who will be heard in Henry Allan, will be observed Irvi
Chaiken.
Detroit for the first time, with 9 a.m. Saturday at Cong. Beth
A dinner in his honor
Rebecca Frohman - and Bella Yehuda.
will be held Sunday evening at
Airs avon Affair
Goldberg as accompanists.
the Rainbow Terrace.
Movsas Goldoftas, director of
For reservations, c a 11 LI
* * *
In
Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-Yid-
3-3253 or DI 1-3776.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Zus- dish, School, will lecture on the.
man, 18626 Forrer, announce the "Lavon Affair" and elections
PEC in International
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Ran- Israel at 9 a.m. Saturday at
dall Mark, will be observed Hayim Greenberg Center.
Publishing, Printing
Saturday at Cong. Shaarey
Two United States-Israel enter- Zedek.
A luncheon will be given
prises for the international pub- in his honor
services and Don Frohman C
lishing and printing business have a dinner will after
be
held
Sunday
Mumford Hi
been formed by Palestine Eco- at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel.
nomic Corporation, New York,
April 30
* * *
and Israel associates. The $18
Mr.. and Mrs. Albert Ross,
million PEC, owned by 10,000



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stockholders in the United States, 18900 Ohio, announce the Bar
Mitzvah
of
their
son,
Joel,
will
has previously established many
of Israel's leading enterprises in be observed 9 a.m. Saturday at
industry, commerce and agricul- Cong. Ahayas Achim. A buffet
ture over the past 35 years. The dinner in his honor will be
two new- ventures are the Mas- held Sunday. * * *
sadah-PEC Press, Ltd., and Peli-
13400 W. 7 MILE RD. cor. SNOWDEN
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen,
Apc ze 1r 4 =120 DI 1-4525
PEC Printing Works, Ltd., both
24236 Norfolk, . announce the
of Tel Aviv, Israel.
WE HAVE THE LARGEST & BEST SELECTION OF POULTRY & FRESH FISH
The objective of Massadah-PEC Bar Mitzvahs of their twin. sons,
served
is the publication in English and Mark and Gar
Kosher Killed
olem
Large, Fresh
YOUNG PULLETS
other languages of books written, 8:30 p.m
itute.
edited and produced in Israel for Aleiche
or
*
international markets. Among the
HEN TURKEYS
nd Mrs. Max Fischel
books already in preparatiOn are
ing Ave., Oak Park, a
authoritative works on archae-
nce the Bar Mitzvah of
ology, art, Judaism, picture books
and dictionaries—a total of . 19 on, William Larry,
served Saturday
titles.
Shaarey Shomay
Rights to the American e
in his honor
tions to two of these have b
evening
ainbo
contracted for by McGraw-
WE SKIN, BONE AND GRIND FISH FREE
Book Company, Inc., and
Mr. and
Rinehart & Winston, Inc., r,t
Strictly Fresh
of Cumberlan
tively. McGraw-Hill's rights
ce
SCHMALTZ
CITY BRAND
GOLD'S
for "Jewish Art,--An Illustr
the Bar Mitz h of
son
SMOKED
History," while Holt, Rineha
Raymond wi be hel
a.m.
HERRING
LOX BORSCHT
FISH
Winston, Inc., acquired Pr
Saturday at ong. Bn
avid,
c
Minister David Ben Gurio
Southfield. A dinn
in Ray-
Qt.
59 lb.
19c ea.
8 jar 1 3 z. 69`
25`
forthcoming book "Israel—Befo
ond's honor wil
held that
jar
and After the Sinai Campaign."
ing at th
gogue.
_*
Giant Size
All printing of the Massadah-
TEL AVIV
CALIFORNIA
Fancy
PEC books will be done by Peli-
Mr. Hymen J. Kramer, 18925
DILL
PEC Printing Works, Ltd., which Oak, announces the Bar Mitzvah
TIDE
ORANGES
PICKLES
is equipped with up-to-date of his son Jerald Noel will be
.
presses, offset and binding equip- observed 9 a.m. April 22, at
3 doz. $100
A lb. Ai wc
69 box
Qt.
ment. Peli-PEC will also under- Cong. Adas Shalom. A reception
jar 25`
A 7)j
take contract work for foreign in his honor will be held that
evening.
and local publishers.
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The Annual Conference of
the Michigan branch of the
National Women's League of
the United States Synagogue
of America, will be held April
30 - May 2 in Michigan's twin
cities, Bay City and Saginaw,
announces Branch President
Mrs. Joseph M. Markel. Mrs.
Carl Leib of Saginaw and Mrs.
Reuben Adelman of Bay City
will be Branch Conference
chairmen.
Delegates from Conservative
sisterhoods throughout Michi-
gan will convene at concurrent
workshops, plenary sessions

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