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June 23, 1961 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-23

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Three Generations of Bond Buyers

FELDMAN - ABELMAN:
Rochelle Abelman and Erwin
Feldman exchanged rings and
vows Sunday in a candlelight
ceremony at Shaarey Zedek.
Rabbi Morris Adler officiated.
Parents of the bride are Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Abelman and the
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Feldman.
* * *

THREE GENERATIONS of Israel Bond buyers, from left,
Steven Elliot Cottler, who is the first Detroit Bar Mitzvah boy
Israel Bond Guardian as the result of the gift of a $1,300 Bond
from his grandparents, the Norman Cottlers; Ruebin, the
father, and Norman Cottler, the grandfather. Steven got an
illumined Israel Bar Mitzvah certificate in recognition of the
gift of an Israel Bond in Israel's Bar Mitzvah year, making a
meaningful "Bond" between the Bar 'Mitzvah boy and the
State of Israel and marking the fact they were both born
the same year.

Center Plans Summer Schedule
of Physical Education, Teen Fun

A full summer program of
physical education, including play-
ground, gym and pool activities
for all ages, and special Teen and
Tween- programs will be offered
by the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 18100 Meyers.
Open gym,* playground
swimming hours are 'offered for
all Center members. J.uniors. also
are offered programs in softball;
trampoline; fishing or. boating;
games, contests and relays; girls'
trampoline and archery.

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

Tweens may pick trampoline,
volleyball, and softball. Adult
classes include women's slimnas-
tics; men's, women's and co-ed
volleyball; and badminton.
Elementary, intermediate and
advanced swim instruction will be
offered for Juniors, Tweens and
Teens. Family swims will be of-
fered.
Other facilities of the physi-
cal education department in-
clude a weightlifting room,
handball and squash courts and
the facilities of the Men's and
Women's Health Clubs, includ-
ing steam and dry heat, mas-
sage, sun ray, lounges, exercise
rooms and the exclusive solari-
ums.
A social program for Tweens
(12 to 13) and Teens (14 to 18)
is planned. Tween activities in-
clude trips to Ann Arbor, Metro-
politan Beach, Bob-Lo, Edgewater
Park, horseback riding, bike hikes,
country fair, a cook-out, -and a
Tiger game.
For Teens there will be beach
parties, open air concerts, a ,play
at Northland Playhouse, over-
nights at Camp Tamarack, a Cran-,
brook tour, a mystery bus ride,
bike hikes, Tiger game, an out-
ing at Bob-Lo and special Teen
camping week-ends.
In addition, there will be a
full schedule of classes for both
groups which includes sketching,
guitar, creative dramatics, mod-
ern dance, band and an astron-
omy club for Tweens. For Teens,
the classes include drama pro-
ductiOn, art, guitar, and wood-
working for girls. All the classes
will be under the direction of
qualified instructors.
Fok complete copies of the
physical education, Tween and
Teen summer schedules, call
the Center, DI

THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday ,
Station: WWJ
Feature: "Love, Human and
Divine", the fifteen-part series
of literary dialogues between
Mark Van Doren and Maurice
Samuel, two outstanding men of
letters, will feature this week
an analysis of the relationship
between Abraham and Sarah.
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 p.m. Sunday
Station: WXYZ
Feature: The Dramatic Work-
shop of the Union of American'
Hebrew Congregational- Greater
New York Federation of Tem-
ple Youth will present "Youth
in Action: A Visit to a Youth
Conclave in the Berkshires,"
featuring commentary by Rabbi
Maurice N. Eisendrath, ' UAHC
President, and others.
* * *
. . . TO DWELL TOGETHER Name Ken Rosen President
of 'Youth Dedicated . to
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday
Station: WXYZ-TV, Channel 2 Jewish Liberty' Group
Feature: "Tattooed Warning:
Ken Rosen was elected presi-
An End to Genocide" will be dent of 'Youth Dedicated to Jew-
discussed by Philip Slomovitz, islit Liberty at a recent meeting
editor and publisher Of The of 'the non-sectarian organization
Jewish News, who recently re- dealing with the problem of
turned from Israel where he anti-Semitism.
covered the Eichmann Trial.
Other officers are Mary Suro-
* * *
witz, 'vice - president; Arlene
COUNCIL-ALTMAN. HOUR
-Burke, treasurer; Larry Goldman,
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday
recording .secretary; Sandy Za-
Station: WJLB
f r o n , corresponding secretary;
Feature: Emanuel Muravchik, and Ralph Herman, sergeant-at-
national field representative for arms.
the Jewish Labor Committee,
will discuss the role and acti- `Birth' Day Picnic
vities of that organization.
A "Family • Birth Day Picnic"
will be held by the Childbirth
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Without Pain Alumni Associa-
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
tion 11 a.m. Sunday at Palmer
Station: WCAR
Park (ballfield located at Mer-
Feature: "Herzl—Architect of rill Plaisance and Ponchartraine
a People" will be presented. Dr.)

MALAMUD-DISNER: Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Disner, of Santa Clara
Ave., announce the marriage of
their daughter, Judith Reva, to
Daniel Fred Malamud, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Malamud, of
Belwood Drive, on March 5, in
Ann Arbor.
The newlyweds will continue
their studies at Western Michi- MRS. GERALD M. LORENCE
gan University and, will reside
at 477 Academy St., Kalamazoo,
Sandra Sussman became_ the
Mich.
bride of Gerald M. Lorence May
* * *
28 at the Sheraton-Cadillac
GUTTENTAG - COHN: Merna Hotel. -
Miss Sussman, daughter of Mr.
Fay Cohn and Joseph Harris
Guttentag were wed in a cere- and Mrs. Morris Sussman of
mony performed Sunday by Parkside Dr., chose a gown of
Rabbi Morris Adler at the Alencon lace and ivory satin
Statler-Hilton Hotel. Parents of for the afternoon candlelight
the couple are Dr. and Mrs. ceremony.
Daniel Cohn of Oak Dr. and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lorence will re-
and Mrs. Samuel Guttentag of side on Manderson Rd. follow-
Appoline Ave. The bride wore ing a honeymoon trip to Puerto
a princess line gown of peau de Rico and the Virgin Islands.
sole with Alencon lace around
The bridegroom is the son of
the scooped neckline and a Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lorinczi of
crown headpiece. Susan Cohn Ewald Circle.
served her sister as maid of
honor. Mrs. Channing Lipson,
sister of the bridegroom, was
matron of honor. David Gutten-
tag was best man and Dr. Chan-
ning Lipson, Ted Cohn, Avern
Cohn, Phillip .Diamond, Allen
Krass and Thomas Roach were
c an nterta .
ushers. A breakfast reception
followed the ceremony. The
" At It
esf
couple departed for a honey-
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moon in Canada, to be followed
13;, residence on Whitmore Ave.

SPECIALS
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Mizrachi Couples
Elect 1st .Officers

Lorence-Sussman
Rites Solemnized

Marriages

Officers of the Mizrachi Mar-
ried Couples Group were
elected at a meeting recently
held at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Jacob Goldman.
Heading the group for the
coming year are Harry Jubas,
president; . Irving Hershman,
vice president; Mrs. Moritz
Friedler, secretary; and Benno
Levi, treasurer. The next meet-
ing, scheduled for July 2, will
be a wienie roast.

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