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November 10, 1961 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-11-10

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activities in Society

Paula Tendler Will
Wed Alan Miller

Shanna Prokhorenko makes her
first screen appearance in the
co-starring role of Shura in "Bal-
lad of a Soldier," the interna-
tionally - acclaimed romantic
drama now playing exclusively
in Detroit at the Surf Theater,
13135 Fenkell.
The young star, a member of
Detroit Social Club
the Moscow Art Theater, was
of Miami Opens Season born in Poltava, the heart of the
The Detroit Social Club of Ukraine.
Greater Miami will hold its first
Her co-star in the film is
get-together of the new season Vladimir Ivashov.
Monday at the Algiers Hotel in
Miami Beach, Fla., announces
President Phil Rothbart. Games,
entertainment, dancing and - re-
freshments will highlight the
event.

City of Hope's Successful Affair
Pleases Many Dedicated Workers

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Detroiters who assisted in
making a success of this annual
event were Ben Gould and Wil-
liam Benderoff. In a joint state-
ment expressing appreciation
for the support given the City
of Hope, Gould and Benderoff
said:
"The dollars given by our
community assist the doctors,
technicians and experts in their
feats of surgery at the City
of Hope, where 50 white-faced
youngsters stricken with leu-
kemia are given the best aid.
Let us be proud of a great job
well done by our community."
The other dedicated workers
in the campaign for City of
Hope are similarly pleased with
their efforts.

12th office of Michigan
will be opened Nov. 15
he Livernois - Seven Mile
a, it is announced by John
. Hay, president.
The new , branch - office will
be a part of the shopping area
known as the Avenue of Fash-
ion and Williamsburg Row.
'110 Named to
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manage the
new branch is
Thomas A.
Hensler, who
has been asso-
ciated w i t.h
Michigan Bank
for the past
three years.
During his
Hensler stay with the
organization he has held sev-
eral positions including assist-
ant manager of the Gratiot-
Harper branch.
The new branch will offer
complete banking services and
will be the only bank in the
area maintaining hours from
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. including
Saturdays, 6:00 p.m. on Fridays.

Area Delegation
at UO.JC Convention

Eight delegates from Windsor
and the Detroit area will attend
the national convention of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations Monday t h r o u g h
Wednesday at the Breakers Hotel
in Atlantic City, N.J.
They are Mesdames Chaim
Doniri, Myer Berke and Danny
Koltonow, Bnai David Sisterhood;
David Dombey, Morris Golden-
berg and Seymour Ribiat, Young
Israel of Oak-Woods Sisterhood;
Sam Centen and S. Kamen, Cong.
Shaar Hashomayim Sisterhood of
Windsor.

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"Arise and Build," the story
of American Habonim, has just
come off the press and is being
made available in cities across
the United States.
This book, a collection of
articles and letters, was pub-
lished in conjunction with the
25th anniversary of Habonim,
Labor Zionist Youth.
Included in the book are a
number of articles by former
Detroiters, and many members
of Habonim who have worked in
the movement in Detroit.
Copies are available at the
Hayim Greenberg Center, 19161
Schaefer, or by calling Mrs. H.
Pincus, KE 3-0216.

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Yes, Celebrating!

FACIAL HAIR
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the gathered guests
pledged $75,000 to the City
of Hope. Included in the
pledges was a gift by Milton
MISS PAULA D. TENDLER
Berle of $5,000 in honor of
his mother.
Want ads get quick resul
The betrothal of Paula Diane
Berle entertained the guests
with "The Milton Berle Revue," Tendler to Alan Bruce Miller was
aided by the music of the Dick announced at a luncheon on Oct. I For
31.
Stein Orchestra.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Mrs. Bertha Tendler of
Ardmore Ave. and the late Max
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Her fiance, a 1960 graduate of
Michigan State University, is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Miller
Inferiors
of Marlow Ave., Oak Park.
The couple plan to reside in
East Lansing.
Ben Gould
Benderoff
N.A.D.A.—Registere

Michigan Bank Opens
12th Branch Office in
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STA1VIELL-STUTZ: Mr. and
Mrs. Albert M. Stutz announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Sharon Kay, to Joseph Stamell,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Meyer
Stamell.

The Isaacs Family Club will meet Sunday at the home of
- Mrs. Anna Berg and Mrs. Fannie Robinson, 6348 London.
The Bodzin Family Club will meet 9 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blitz, 17178 Greenlawn, for the
installation of new officers. They include Yetta Bodzin, president;
Gerald Leib Bodzin, vice president; Mrs. David Bodzin, secretary;
and Eugene S. Bodzin, treasurer. Chairmen include Mrs. Jack
Bodzin, entertainment; Mrs. H. Blitz and Mrs. Milton Duchan,
gifts; Mrs. Harry Bodzin, sunshine; Mrs. Jay S. Bodzin, publicity.

An audience of nearly 600 -
acclaimed the work of the City
of Hope, the research medical
center at Duarte, Calif., and its
Detroit Business Men's Group,
at the annual champagne_ din-
ner-dance held Sunday at the
Sheraton Cadillac Hotel.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and
Dr. Paul • M. Wermer, medical
director of the City of Hope,
speakers of the evening, de-
scribed the accomplishments of
the City of Hope and urged the
community to continue its un-
stinted support of the medical
center.
In response to their pleas,
which were supplemented by
appeals by the president of
the local Business Men's
Group, Joseph Lee, and Eu-
gene Epstein, dinner chair-

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