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November 24, 1961 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-11-24

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Federation Women's Division Institute
Pattern for Survival' Next Thursday

.

More than a hundred women
are working feverishly on last
minute preparations for "Pat-
tern for Survival," an •ll-day
Institute to be presented start-
ing 9:30 a.m., Thursday at the
Jewish Center, by the Women's
Division of the Jewish Welfare
Federation. M r s. Arthur I.
Gould is Institute chairman.
Dr. Judah Shapiro, secretary
of the National Foundation for
Jewish Culture, Inc., New York,
will deliver the keynote ad-
.dress, "Pattern for Survival,"
at 10 a.m.
The women will choose one
of the three workshops repre-
senting the areas of the Jewish
Welfare Federation's service to
Detroit's citizens. Mrs. Samuel
Linden is chairman and Mrs.
Hugh Greenberg is vice-chair-
man of the workshop "Design
for Living," on health and wel-
fare services. Their workshop
will feature Dr. Harry E. Au-
gust, psychiatrist and former
chairman, Michigan State Corn-
mission on Mental Health, and
Mrs. Esther Appelman, director,

gjsirtA
Announcements

Nov. 15 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Isreal K r 011 (Gail Wolfson),
19947 Evergreen, a son, Harry
Sanford.
* * *
Nov. 11—To Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Golman (Marion Lowen-
thal), 17127 Indiana, a daugh-
ter, Marla Jayne. .
* * * .
Nov. 10 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick R. Winkelman (Carol
Rosenman), 15815 Addison,
Southfield, a daughter, Nancy
Sue.
* * *
Nov. 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford Eichenhorn (Judith D.
Cooper), 4100 E. 29th St., Tuc-
son, Ariz., a son„Stephen Harvey.
,
* * *
Nov. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth E. Rhodes (Emily .Guns-
berg), 18760 Hillcrest, Livonia,
a daughter, Karen Joy.
* * *
Nov. 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome L. Meklir . (Rozanne Butt-
ner), 31533 Haldane, Livonia, a
daughter, Cheryl.

health and welfare division of
the Federation, as speakers.
"Design for Learning," will
discuss education services with
Albert Elazar, superintendent,
United Hebrew Schools and
Leonard Kasle, member, De-
troit Board of Education, work-
shop speakers. rd r s. Isadore
Winkelman is chairman and
Mrs. Sidney Y. Winer is vice-

chairman.
"Design for Harmony" will
present speakers Rabbi Morris
Adler and Mrs. Julian Krolik,
member of the Detroit Commis-
sion of Community Relations.
Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner is
chairman and Mrs. Richard A.
Serlin is vice-chairman.
A special song has been com-
posed by Mrs. Leonard H.
Weiner. It will be sung by
Mrs. Leon H. Lewis, with Mrs.
Leonar'd Birndorf accompany-
ing and Mrs. Eli E. Gross di-
recting. The song will be sung
during' the luncheon program.
_ Members of the steering com-
mittee, who planned the Insti-
tute under the -chairmanship of
the Institute chairman, Mrs.
Gould, are:

Mesdames Harry E. August, Sam
Barnett, Max I. Blumberg, Daniel
E. Cohn, Albert Colman,. Albert
Elazar, §eymour Frank, Sidney S.
Hertz, Harry L. Jackson, Benjamin
Jones, Seymour R. Jones, Sidney J.
Karbel, Max L. Lichter, Samuel Lin-
den, Philip R. Marcuse, Julien Pri-
ver, Louis G. Redstone, Arthur H.
Rice, Harold A. Robinson, Emil D.
Rothman, Alexander W. Sanders,
David J. Schacter, Carl S. Schiller,
Maurice Schiller, Ben Schottenfels,
Jr., Milton H. Sims, Philip Slomo-
vitz, Frank A. Wetsman, Leonard
H. Weiner, Isadore Winkelman.

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Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Zacks
L. • .
ve. announce the
- • e
their daughter,
ci
1 , to Sheldon Irwin
• rg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Grosberg of Littlefield
Ave.
The bride-elect attends the
University of Michigan. Her
fiance atends Wayne State Uni-
versity College of, Medicine,
where is ,affiliated with
u and Phi Delta
cal Fraternity.

The industry program of the
University of Michigan College
of Engineering sponsored 15
conferences on campus last year.

Center Camera Club

Windsor Holds
Sixth Jewish
Book Festival

The Camera Club of the Jew-
ish Center will have a shooting
session Monday, 8:15 p.m., at
the Oak Park Branch of the
Center, 15100 W. Ten Mile.
The Windsor Jewish Communi- Models will be available. Every-
ty Council will present the sixth one is invited.
annual Jewish Book Festival 9
p.m. Thursday at the Jewish
tor the Finest in Music
Communtiy Center, 1641 Ouel-
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The program will m
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the
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Jan. 1.
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Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Albert Pappenheim of Toronto.
Abe.Berniker will.read humorous
Jewish stories in Yiddish, the
three spiritual leaders of th 0-
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Chairman of the evening is
Harry M. Cherniak.
Refreshments will be served,
the library will be on
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AMEDAH STUDIO

MRS. RAPHAEL J. LEVINE

Miriam Goldberg, daughter. of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris M. Gold-
berg, was married to Raphael
J. Levine, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Levine of Bayonne,
N.J., Aug. 27 at the Rainbow
Terrace.
The ceremony was performed
by Rabbis Gruskin, Stollman
and Rothenberg.
The bride wore a gown of
silk taffeta with a bodice of
peau de lange lace. Her veil
was a bouffant tulle attached to
a pearl crown. She carried a
prayer book adorned by an or-
chid, stephanotis and trailing

Betty Goldberg served her
sister as maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Diana Levin and
Sylvia Shapiro, cousins of the
bride.
Arthur Bolslun of Bayonne,
N.J., was best man. Ushers -
were C. David Goldberg,
brother of the bride, and Jacob
Nusbacher of New York.
The newlyweds departed for
a Florida honeymoon andkresi l
dente in Brooklyn,

Musicians Le
Sponsors Benefi
Scholarship Concert

MISS MARCIA ZACKS

M

Levine-Goldberg
Rites Solemnized

The Detroit Musicians League
will sponsor cellist Paul Olefsky
and pianist Walter Schrot
a benefit concert for its
:s
ship and Assis
e
p.m. Monday
y
University C o
Auditorium.
Schrott is a irector of the
Birmingham C nsery a tory of
Music and is head of the Music
Department at Marygrove Col-
lege. Olefsky, teacher and con-
cert soloist, formerly was with
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
The program will include
works by Webern, Beethoven,
Hindemith, Debussy and Shosta-
kovitch.

Cantor Klein
on Hanukah

re

Parents of Bn. 11 oshe Reli-
gious School will eet 9:45 a.m.
Sunday at the synagogue. Cantor
Louis Klein will speak on "The
Concept of Hanukah." Refresh-
ments will be served. Baby sit-
ting service will be available.
For information, call -Mrs. Martin
Marx, LI 8-8077.

uric Rosenow

Neutrality of Israel
Is Topic for Debate

The Berdichev-Keshenev Aid
Society will feature a debate on
"Can Israel Be Neutral Betw
East and West" at a
8:30 p.m. Mond
oming.
Isidor Starr, Bn
and president of
g. usach
Harie, will take
affirmative
stand. Opposin
im will be
Harry Kaminer, Landsmanshaf-
ten leader. Nathan Siegel, Jew-
ish radio commentator, will be
moderator. Friends are invited.

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