MRS. RONALD KANE
At a recent candlelight cere-
mony performed by Rabbi Robert
Syme and Rabbi Richard Hertz at
Temple Israel, Adrienne Lois
Pomerantz, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Pomerantz of Appo-
line Ave., became the bride of
Ronald Kane, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Kane of Huntington
The bride wore a gown of ivory
Chantilly lace over satin, long
tapered sleeves and a neckline
outlined in seed pearls. Her skirt
fell from a basque waist in layers
of tulle and was appliqued in
Chantilly lace and seed pearls.
Her elbow-length illusion veil
was held in place by a crown of
seed pearls and lace.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
David Polk, sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Judy Weisman,
Barbara Faudem, Linda Samel-
son, Rosalyn Kirzner
ower b .
wa ark Shaffe of
iver. Ushers were Bob
, Bill Rosender, Richard
ffa of Jacks • vill F
olk, the b egr
The Kaplan Family Club will meet Sunday at the home of
Evy and Iry Cohen. Officers include Shirley Monson, president;
Joe Feldman, treasurer; Marilyn Shulman, seer
Mrs. Myron Vinocur left this w-
r Landstule, Germany,
with her two-year-old daughter
wo-month-old son, to join
her husband and their fathe
Myron Vinocur, who is st -
tioned there as a Captain i.
e U.S. Medical Corps, as patholo-
gist. Dr. Vinocur will s-
is two-month-old so for the first
time, having left for hi' ilitary assignment
birth. Before leaving
his military assig
was pathologist at Si
, Veterans and Receivi
.idents are enrolled •
sary freshman class
Stern College fo
graduate liberal arts liege for women o Yeshiva U
New York City, Arne
's oldest and largest
Jewish auspices. They • 1 pursue a
general studies leading to
Arts and Bachelor
of Religious Education degrees. New freshmen attending classes
at the college, 253 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan, one of the
university's six teaching centers, are: Marilyn Carmen, 23551
Wildwood, Oak Park; Pearl Portnoy, 4253 Leslie, and Chana
Prero, 17357 Ohio.
Bee Kalt, of the Bee Kalt Travel Service, has returned
from a three week tour of Japan, Hong Kong and Bangkok.
During - her trip she met with government tourist officials to
discuss travel trends to and from the Orient.
The Junior Bodzin Family Club will meet 1 p.m. Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bodzin, 19308 Birwood.
Newly-elected officers to be installed are Harriet Bodzin, presi-
dent; Dennis Podden, vice president; Henry Bodzin and Rhoda
Bodzin, secretaries; Robert Bodzin, treasurer. Committee chair-
men include Gerald Blitz, entertainment; . and funds, Carol Duchan.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ring of Snowden Ave. have returned
from an extensive trip to Etirope and Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin B. Meisel and three daughters hav
moved from Detroit to 4201 Lancashire, Jackson, where las
week he assumed duties as district manager of the Jackson
office of The Canada Life Assurance Company. For five years
he served with the Detroit office, of which he became branch
TWo Detroit women—Mrs. Kate Marshall, wife of Gen
S. L. A. Marshall, and Mrs.. Max Stollman, national chairman
of American , Women for - Bar-Ilan University in Israel—were
guest speakers at a tea at the home of Mrs. Sarah Bunim, 1195
Channing Road, Far Rockaway, Long Island, N.Y., on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cohen (Barbara - Prady, formerly of De-
troit) and children, Roberta, Barry and Marla, have moved from
esh Meadows, N.Y. to 2 Coleman Rd., West Haven, Conn.
ewish National Fund. Women Will
Present Rabbi Rosenberg at Rally
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Jewish National Fund will hold
its donor kick-off rally 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at Beth Aaron
Synagogue, announces President
Mrs. Edward Wishnetsky.-
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Stuart E. Rosenberg of Beth
and Canadian periodicals, and
has written six books. This year
he became the first Canadian
rabbi to- study first-hand the
cultural and spiritual conditions
of Jews inside the Soviet Union.
Rabbi Rosenberg formerly was
a member of the faculty of the
University of Rochester.
In charge of the annual fund-
raising project, according to
Mrs. George Lerner, immediate
past president, are Mesdames
Sol Lifsitz, Harry Portnoy, A.
Potiker, J. Seidman, S. Pearl-
man, G. Schneider, B. Minns,
I. Schlussel, D. Stewart, I. Law-
ton, M. Winston, I. Zeff, G.
Bayer, A. Spinner, I. Kardener,
J. Deytshe, J. Kraft, H. Hordes,
J. Ring and W. Klafer, division
_Hostesses include Mesdames
A. Scheuer, M. Schubiner, S.
Pearlman, W. Klafer, A. Gold-
stein, J. London and R. New-
Dessert luncheon will be
RABBI STUART ROSENBERG served. Friends are invited.
TZedec Congregation in Toronto,
Ont., according to Mrs. Joshua
Sperka, chairman of the clay.
Rabbi Rosenberg authors a
weekly column, "Lines _on.,Life,"
contributes to various American
Center Team Beats
The Jewish Center Basketball
Team defeated East Bethlehem
Team Wednesday, at Cobo Hall,
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE 20-9, to retain its tie for first
CHEESE RAVIOLI place with Southgate Team.
Steve Fishman and Don
Hear family, guests, cheer for Green led in scoring for the
that real Italian flavor created by Center team with -eight and six
famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender points respectively.
The game was in the Pistons
little macaroni pies ...filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered Knot-Hole League series.
Center players will play
with savory tomato sauce and
Southgate at 6:30 p.m. next
cheese... seasoned the real Ital- Tuesday at the Center. The pub-
ian way. So much tastier and lic is invited. Both teams are
easier than the frozen kind. So undefeated, each having a 3-0
much thriftier, too—costs only record.
about 15c per serving!
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Dr. Bing to Address
Annual Meeting of
Sinai and its Clinic
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Clinic, in the Main Lecture Room
of the hospital, at 8:15 p.m.,
Monday, Nov. 27.
Dr. Bing, professor and chair-
man of the department of medi-
cine at Wayne State University
College of Medicine, will discuss
"Personalities in Research".
The program of the meeting
will include election of eight new
members to the board of trustees
You know it's kosher, because the label has the()
of the hospital. The nominations
committee has submitted for elec-
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21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Frid ay, November 17, 1961
For Delicious Flavor.