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June 30, 1961 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-30

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Linda Victor Will
Wed Dr. Brodsky

MISS . LINDA VICTOR

; Mr. and Mrs. George Victor,
18303 Fairfield, announce the
engagement
their daughter,
N,inda Kay, to Dr. Easton Ev-
erett Brodsky, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isadore Br o d s k y, 385
Merton.
Miss Victor is a graduate of
Wayne State University Col-
lege of Education where she
was affiliated with Phi Sigma
Sigma sorority and Phi Lambda
Theta national educational hon-
orary sorority. Her fiance is a
graduate of the University of
Detroit • College of Denistry
Where he was affiliated with
Alpha Omega, fraternity. An
Aug. 14 wedding is planned.

.a

, I JWV Activities I

7-•

ROBERT J. RAFELSON
AUXILIARY at the recent state
convention won the Depart-
ment of Michigan's traveling
Trophy for Americanism for
the' group's-outstanding service
in this area. President Mrs.
Martin Foster announces plans
for fall activities include a. spe-
cial celebration commemorating
the 15th anniversary of the
auxiliary.
* * *
Mrs. Irving M a r ash was
elected . president of BLOCH-
ROSE AUXILIARY. Other offi-
cers are Mesdames William
Greenberg and Alvin Braun-
stein, vice-presidents; Dave
Goodstein and Lou Wagner,
secretaries; Gordon Strosberg,
treasurer; Martin Rosenfeld,
chaplain; Sol Leider, conduct-
: ress; Harry Moss, guard and
*child welfare; Burton ChasSin,
patriotic instructress; Morris
Elken, historian, and Albert.
Rosen, veterans' aid and hospi-
tal chairman. The n t meeting
Will be held July 1

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E. Gre
presi
oung
Nort
oit,
family
day at oepe
nual affair
refreshmen
hers, famili
invited.

LARRY

son of Mr. and Mrs. 3. Berger
. . . another satisfied client of

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UN 4-6845

Applebaum
Frieds Celebrate
Plays Important Golden Anniversary
Stratford Roles

. Special to Jewish News
STRATFORD, Ontario—Start-
ing with the first Shakes-
pearean festivals in 1953, Louis
Applebaum,, distinguished corn-
poser and conductor, has been
either composing music for the
Stratford plays or has directed
some of the extracurricular
productions.
•s.
This year, - at the ninth Strat-
ford season, Applebaum again
is in the forefront of Stratford's
composers -and directors.
He has composed the music
for "Coriolanus" and for .
"Henry VIII," two of the cur-
rent Shakespearean plays, and
will conduct the orchestra for
the Gilbert and Sullivan opera,
"The Pirates of Penzance,"
which will have its initial show-
ing on July 7.
Also in important roles again
at Stratford, as in the previous
eight years, is Tanya Moisei-
witsch, who has designed the
costumes for "Coriolanus" and
"Love's Labor's Lost."
A newcomer to the

val's casts i
young
• ac ,
Lo ui
gin. He plays the
mi
role of attendant to
A dius in " oriol
and
h has two
I"
as
d i
Ca ciu
I
mb ssa do
Em or Charles
Dun
the
Israeli film,
e,
be shown.
Feat
as performing
actors
dire rs d •
t
Stratf I
rims
wi
Leon .
Rose,
hu
y
and
nn Go
Fir • nighte
at
estival
includ. Israel
a ssador to
the
ions Michael
Comay an. Israel Ambassador
to Canada Yaacov D. Herzog
and Mrs. Herzog.
Among the first nighters at
all three productions were Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Field of
Detroit.

•_

Ezra Wiesner, a student of the
Beth Aaron branch of the United
Hebrew Schools, placed first in
the finals of the city-wide Bible
contest for St
•• 5.
tary Hebr
Ru
•p was Ahuva Edel-
m
aarey Zedek; Sheldon
, Bnai Moshe, placed third.
ers who q
1•
for t •
z,
ith
als were Jeffrey
••
old, Gloria
wis, Mark. Misho

ler, David Wolak, and Robert

Yellan.
Both questions and answers
were formulated in Hebrew.

Judges were Michael Michlin,
and Menachem

st was a
'ect of
The
f the
is t offic
the Detroit ►
'ttee
National Bible c •est c
ent of
nsored by the •
of the
and C
Zio••
ouncil and
iety.

1:WeigiMENgegsnaMgiq:

MR. AND MRS. BEN FRIED

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fried,
16241 Woddingham, celebrated
their golden wedding anniver-
sary at a party in their honor
on June 11.
Present were their four chil-
dren, nine grandchildren, and
brothers . and sisters, nieces and
nephews and cousins from
Michigan, Chicago, Florida and
New York. They also have two
great, grandchildren. Mr. Fried
is still actively engaged as
president of Dispatch-Hudson
Laundry Company.

our SALE is
still GOING!

Come in, join us for coffee, and
take advantage of tremendous re-
ductions on quality gifts!

Isabel rents the finest of linens,
china, glassware, tea services,
punch bowls, chafing dishes, party
furniture and everything of quality
you may need to make your spe-
cial occasion correct and distinc-
tive.

For the
Perfect Affair . . .

Mickey Woolf

and His Orchestra

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THE BOYS' STORE

This is the SALE that attracts those who want WEST'S
merchandise at FINAL SUMMER - PRICES! All the very
finest of things . . . in the best of taste.

400 DRESSES

80 SWEATERS

BOYS' SLACKS

Toddlers, 3 to 6x, 7 to 14

Young Teens and Juniors

For Big Fellows

were $3.98
now $2.98
were $5.98
now $3.
were $7.98, $8.98 no

_ Many

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Boys

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50 PAJAMAS

oys and Girls

2

mostly Ship 'n Shore

3 to 7

IA OFF

teens and j

were
.98
were 4.98

OFF

ACKS AND
SHORTS

60 SWEATERS

2 to

Y

Subteens and Juniors

OFF

1/2

OFF

were $2.98

now $1.98

JACKETS

GIRLS' COATS

were $3.98

now $2.59

Boys and Girls for Fall

Spring and Fall, Little & Big

Many

1/2

OFF

Cotton SLACKS

Capris, peddle pushers 3-6x,
7-14, Subteens and Juniors

1 /3

OFF

TODDLER
OVERALLS

1 /3

OFF

• ;. 4

Before we take inventory, have
yourself a savings-spree! Magnifi-
cent gifts are drastically reduced:
Everything is in perfect condition.
You'll find gifts of crystal, brass, ,
silver, and discontinued stemware .14
in quantities.

Buy and hold U. S. Savings
onds.

omen s Chits

MIS'HKAN ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD last week held its first
installation of officers in its
52-year history, with Rabbi
Isaac Stollnian, spiritual leader
of the congregation for more
than 35 years, presiding. High-
lighting the evening were talks
t e founding president of
terhoo • 'n the new build-
Mrs. e Goldstein, and
Fishman, past
re-
rvice.
luded
presi-
, Melvin
ner, vice
Zalla, Ida
lton Wargon,
rthur Greenwald,
and Helen Baker,
lack, Gail 'Berger, Rita
, Bessie Luckman, Morton
dies, Jean Gavern, Gordon.
Fishman, Louis Cdhen, Minnie
Goldberg, Yetta Berman, Edith
Feldman, Rose Grushky and
Sarah Barden, board members.
* *
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR-
CHOLEM ORGANIZATION will
hold a_ luncheon and games
party July 19 at the Rainbow
Terrace, announces Mrs. Abner
Baker, chairman. Proceeds will
be used for service to the needy
sick. For tickets, call Mrs.
Baker, LI 6-6191, or Mrs. Alex
Benach, VE 8-0309.
* * *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a luncheon
and garden party 12:30 p.m.,
July 11, at the home of Mrs.
Florence Primack, 24271 Rose-
wood, Oak Park. Co - chair-
men are Betty Kromirs and
Rose Alenco. For reservations
call UN 3-7450 or UN 4-8753.

Ezra Wiesner Wins UHS Pupils' Bible Contest

1 /3

1 /3

OFF

OFF

BIG BOYS' SPORT COATS
Greatly REDUCED

W itita wee moderns

AND THE BOYS'STORE

7212 W. Seven Mile at San Juan
Park FREE on our lot

UN 4-2662

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