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October 13, 1961 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-13

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Men's Clubs

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& Enjoy Fun Around the Clock!

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• Cleaning Specials.

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The public is invited to at- ers, animals, birds, poor work-
tend the opening of a show on ing people, my parents, lovers
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Cutler recently held a party at their home,
the recent colored lithographs at night, the Prophets from the
18500 Fairfield, in honor of their grandnephew, Dr. Morrie Kotler,
of Marc Chagall 2-6 p.m. Sun- Bible, on the street, in my home,
who arrived here recently from Johannesburg, South Africa. He is
day at Garelick's Gallery, 20208 in the Temple, in the sky. And,
taking his residency at Beth Israel Hospital in New York. Also at-
Livernois. as I grow older, the tragedy of
tending the party, from Chicago, were Mr. and Mrs. • A. M. Rohde
Featured will be a group of life that is inside us, all about
and Dr. and Mrs. Louis Kaplan.
The Silverstein Family Club will meet Nov. 14 at the home of
the Russian-Jewish artist's Bible us."
Mr. and Mrs. William Offerman, 19620 Antago, Livonia. Refresh-
Series lithographs.
Want Ads get fast results!
ments will be served.
All 20 pieces on exhibit,
Mrs. Morris Miller, 19726 San Juan, recently returned from a
through Oct. 27, will be for sale.
visit to New Rochelle, N.Y.
Chagall, who works in Paris,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Taines departed here recently to spend the
has said: "When I held in my
oto••hy
Fine
winter with their children in Miami Beach, Fla.
hand a lithographic stone, or a
Dr. and Mrs. Laurence E. Lee this week departed for
Fi
Candids • P es
copper plate, I believed I was
Phone
e
Panama City, Fla., where Dr. Lee will serve with the U.S. Air
For A •
touching a talisman. It seemed
Force Medical Corps. Dr.. Lee was a resident in internal
KE 1-0104
to me that I could entrust them S. LEIBICK
medicine at the University of Michigan Medical Center.
with all my joys, all my sorrows.
Mrs. Julia Hedler, formerly of Detroit, has returned to her
"Everything that has crossed
home in San Bernardino, Calif., after attending the wedding
my path, throughout the years:
MRS. BERNARD ''''''
Make your Simcha Bright!
here of her brother, Dr. Leonard S. Barahl. She was accompanied
births, deaths, marriages, flow.
Book the Band that's Right!!
on her month-long trip by her daughter, Regina Sue.
Ruth Helen Cohen was wed to
ND
EN
From LONDO
Hymen Kramer of Oak Dr. will depart Oct. 28 for a 45-day Bernard Fine in a ceremony per-
Mediterranean cruise, sponsored by Bnai Brith of New York, formed Oct. 7 by Rabbi Leon
aboard the M.S. Victoria. He will spend 11 days in Israel.
Fram at Temple Israel.
PH •
Mrs. Joseph Dvorin, national chancellor of Iota Alpha Pi
A
Parents of the newlyweds are
Fr
Sorority, has departed for a 10-day visit to the eastern chapters Mr: and Mrs. Fred Nathan Co-
Weddi
"The
71"
and conferences with the deans. An alumnus of Wayne State hen, 1734,6' Cherrylawn, and Mr.
Formal
For
University and an active member of Nu Chapter Alumnae and Mrs. Joseph Fine, 332 E.
CALL UN 1-3065
Call Mr. Rosen
Group, Mrs. Dvorin is visiting chapters at Syracuse University, Ridge, Marquette, Mich.
New York University, Brooklyn College, Queens. College, Adelphi
The bride wore an ivory taffeta
University, Long Island University and the Heights University in
New York State, Temple University at Philadelphia and Pennsyl- gown with Chantilly lace and
carried roses on her Bible.
vania State University at University Park, Pa.
Carol Cohen was maid of honor
Mr. and Mrs. Allen E. Schwartz, of Cambridge Rd., who
last week returned from the European tour of the Archives of and Joan Schneider, Sandra
American Art, were hosts at dinner Thursday to Danny Kaye, Marks and Lihia Fine • were
who came here for an appearance with the Detroit Symphony bridesmaids. James Johnson was
best man. Ushers were Fred
Orchestra.
Dedication of a newly constructed wing of the Bnai Brith Peterson, Paul Pavalou and Wil-
Women's Children's Home in Bait Vegan, Israel, has ranked liam Rechliu.
They went on a trip through
first on the tour schedule followed by the organization's top
leaders, among them -Detroiters Mrs. Charles D. Solovich and the eastern states and will make
their home at 24768 Rensselaer,
Mrs. Alfred Lakin.
Morris L. Waxman of 20271 Burt Road, is attending the Oak Park.
Western Union Convention at the Chateau Frontenac, Quebec
City, Canada. Mrs. Waxman will join him soon, to visit friends
– and relations.
A "Cocktails for Freedom" party in honor of Councilman
William Patrick and Council Candidate Mel Ravitz will be held
Alumni members of SIGMA
from 5 to 8 p.m., Sunday, in Laborer's Union Hall, East Grand ALPHA MU fraternity's Uni-
Come in and Let Us Help You Choose
Boulevard at Brush. The entire community is invited to this versity of Michigan Chapter
The Cruise to Fit Your Needs.
(Sigma Iota) are planning a
affair.
First Lieutenant Jack Laurie, Dental Corp, United States reunion for Oct. 25. The pro-
West Indies
Bermuda
Army, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Laurie, 13800 gram will include an early eve-
Kenwood, Oak Park, while on leave prior to being 'stationed at ning bus trip to Ann Arbor for
Europe
-
Mediterra
can
Caribbean
Fort Polk, La. Laurie is a June, 1961 graduate of the Uthversity a banquet at the Michigan
rid
Round
The
South America
of Detroit School of Dentistry, where-he was president of Alpha Union, followed by a visit to
South
Pacific
-
Far
a
the fraternity house for movies
- Omega Dental Fraternity.
of a 1961 University of Mich-
Available
p intmen
igan football game. Robert
Civil War Items, Dolls, Glass at Antique Show. Siegel and - Marshall Wallace,
Se
_ Chuck Randolp
Visitors to the Great Lakes for four days Thursday, at Ma- co-chairmen of the event, ex-
Ca
Helen
Wa
sonic
Temple,
will
find
them-
Antique Show, which opened
pressed the hope that it would
Jo Kessler
-
selves imbued in an aura of be the forerunner of an active
Clara
other times.
Gretchen Bach
alumni group. For further in-
The Fountain Room will be formation, alumni are urged to
abloom wit h
call either Siegel, UN 2-3800,
colorful clus-
or Wallace, LI 1-0142 by
ters of fine
Wednesday. Additional mem-
20441 James Couzens
• FREE GIFTS
glass items
bers of the planning commit-
Between 8 Mile and Greenfield
f
o
r
collectors
tee
include
Myron
Milgrom,
To The Kiddies
through S u n-
Robert Steinberg, S'eymour
BR 2-2400
• FREE 1 TIE
Levine, Alfred Shevin, Alan
day.
To Match Any 'Suit or
Gladyse -Hils-
Luckoff,
Irving
Laker,
Charles
Sport Outfit ,Purchased
dorf, of Syra-
Lewis and Paul Tilds.
* * *
cuse, N. Y.,
Nationally Famous Brand
s h'o w s a re-
CONG. BETH AARON MEN'S
markable col-
CLUB announces the organiza-
lection of
Suits, Sport
tion of its Tails and Tephilin
dolls.
Coats, Slacks,
Club 8:45 a.m. Sunday at the
Buyers and
TopcOats. Al-
synagogue social . hall. Boys of
terations Free!
FF
browsers alike
post Bar Mitzvah age are invited.
will be inter-
nts
Members of the club will be eli-
Securify Ch
ested in mon-
gible to participate in a bowling
ey issues of
league. Program chairman Sey-
the Civil War.
mour Horowitz announces that
To be seen
each Sunday the boys will enjoy
and
Iterations
are many old
a breakfast and program follow-
on
La


time pieces Jerome Darrow ing services.
ling
en's CI
like the Je- Clock
* * *
rome and Darrow clock pictured
We peciali in Work
TEMPLE
ISRAEL MEN'S
here. This Victorian piece, like CLUB will hold
on Leather Garments.
an "Evening
the John Rogers statue before with the Rabbis" Oct.
20 at the
• Reasonable Prices •
it,
is
reminiscent
of
other
times.
• •ww. won
Temple.
Featured
will
be infor-
THE FINEST SHOP IN THE
Though the clock is 140 years
old and held together by mal answers to questions from
the audience, with the congrega-
• NORTHWEST AREA •
wodden pins, it still runs.
Custom Fitting —
tion's spiritual leaders, Drs.
Complete Tonsorial Service!
For All Occasions
Fram and Rabbi Syme, partici-
Pepper PTA Movies
• MILDRED TAYLOR, • Manicurist
pating. Jack Caminker, vice
• PORTER . . . formerly with Shop Flamingo
Pepper School Parent Teach- president, will be moderator. A
in Miami, Florida.
social
hour
will
follow.
ers Association will hold its
• AMPLE PARKING
Pants, Skirts,
* 5 *
first movie party of the season
• OPEN MON. TO SAT. — 8 TO 6 P.M.
Shirts, Blouses
MOSAIC LODGE, F.&A.M.,
featuring Walt .Disney's "Dis-
Sweaters.
Minor Repairs
neyland, U.S.A." to be shown 1 will hold its "Nite of Nites" Nov.
Without Charge
pan. and 2:30 p.m. Thursday in 5 at the Elmwood Casino in
the school's multi-purpose room. Windsor, announces Samuel Gur-
Classes will not be in session win, worshipful master. Douglas
GENE SZYMKE Barber
due
to the Teacher Institute Purther and Dr. Nathan Starman
Formerly Associated with
Tailors, Clothiers &
will
accept
reservations.
Dinner,
Sherwood Barber Shop
program. Pre-schoolers must be
Cleaners.:
dancing
and
entertainment
will
accompanied by a parent, ac-
11000
W. 6 MILE BUILDING
22155 Coolidge, • Oak Park
cording to Alvin Levine, vice be featured.
UN 4-9747
AT MEYERS
LI - .7-1 511 .
president in charge of the movie
Want
Ads
get
fast
results!
program.


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Chagall's Bible Series Lithographs
to Be Shown at Garelick's Gallery

1961 is' agq0130 `INPIJA

activities in Society

Ruth Cohen Wed
to Bernard Fine

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