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September 01, 1961 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-01

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activities in Society \

Gerber-Kessel
Rites Solemnized

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Prady of Oak Park recently returned
from Fresh Meadows, N.Y., where they visited their children,
Barbara and Stephen Cohen, and grandchildren, Roberta Lynn,
Barry David and baby Marla Gail. Also visiting the Cohens
were Mr.. and Mrs. Joe R. Gerson (Audrey Prady) of Fort
Wayne, Ind., and their three children and Mr. and Mrs. Norman
P. Prady. (Susan Frank) of Lincoln Dr., Oak Park. The Norman
Pradys also visited their aunt, Mrs. Rose Lazar, and cousins, the
Jerry Reinitz family of Woodmere, L.I.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Kazdan, of Oak Park, and Dr. and Mrs.
Myer Teitelbaum, of Detroit, visited the new •Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center during their stay in Jerusalem, where
they attended the 5th World Assembly of the Israel Medical
Association as members of the American Physicians' Fellowship
delegation. •
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Katkin will host a pre-High Holy Day
reception on behalf of Congregation Adas Shalom at their
home, 1441 Balmoral Drive, at 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, in honor of
Dr. Judd L. Teller, noted author. The reception is for Adas
Shalom members.
Prof. and Mrs. Samuel M. Levin and their granddaughter,
Joan Friedman, have left for a tour of Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Schaver have left for a visit in
ISrael, where they will join their son, Itzhak, who has been
active as an assistant in archaeological enterprises there for
the past two months. Itzhak is returning to Detroit next week
to enter Wayne State University, and his parents will go on to
European countries, including Poland, where Mrs. Schaver is
scheduled to appear in a number of concerts. While in Israel, the
Schavers will attend the first Israel conference of the board of the
American-Israel Cultural Foundation, of which Mr. Schaver is a
member, and they will participate in the Israel Festival of Music
and the opening of the Pablo Casals International Vibloncello
Competition.
Carol Schmier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe A. Schmier,
of Sherbourne Rd., has returned from an extended trip through
Europe.
- Dr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Danto and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fried
recently attended the Bar Mitzvah in Watertown, N.Y. of Mrs.
Danto's nephew, Sidney Krupkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
(Ora Ruth Gittleman) Krupkin.
Lawrence S. Kushner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aid Kushner,
22150 Avon, Oak Park, has returned from an eight-week trip to
Amsterdam and Israel, where he traveled with the N.F .T.Y.
Bible Institute delegation on the Max M. Fisher Scholarship
Award to Temple Beth El. He will leave soon to begin his
freshman year at the University of Cincinnati and the Hebrew
Union College in preparation for the rabbinate.
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Bornstein are living in Oceanside,
Calif., with their children, Karen Gayle and Keith Peter, where
Dr. Bornstein is stationed with the U.S. Navy as a psychiatrist
at Camp Pendleton.

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Golda Krolik, Mrs. Wolfgang and
Levinson on Detroit Commission

The composition of the 15-
member CCR was announced
by Mayor Miriani last Saturday.
Mrs. Krolik, whose appoint-
ment expires Dec. 31, is one
of the most prominent Jewish
women leaders in Detroit.
Mrs. Wolfgang, also named
Osnos Heads Group
to serve until Dec. 31 of this
Planning Civic Plaza
year, is secretary-treasurer of
Local
705, Hotel
and Restau-
Mayor Miriani has named Max rant
Employes
Union.
Osnos chairman of a citizens
named
for a is term
committee of eight to recommend Levinson,
ending Dec.
31, 1962,
the
a design for a plaza or a. park on owner of the Michigan Type-
the site of the Old City Hall. setting Co.
Wallace Newton, member of the
Civic Center Commission, also
has been named a member o
the committee.

Mrs. Golda Krolik has been
reappointed a member of the
. Commission on Community Re-
lations and the new appointees
include Mrs. Myra Wolfgang
and Syd Levinson.

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