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December 08, 1961 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-08

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ar y 1 ea( lines or ewes ews
Issues of Dec. 29 and Jan. 5

Bennett-Shu man
Troth is Told

For technical reasons, early deadlines must be set for the
issues of The Jewish News of Dec. 29 and Jan. 5, due to the
occurrence" of Christmas and New Year Days on Mondays.
For the issue of Dec. 29, all editorial copy must be in our
hands before 2 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 22.
All copy for the issue of Jan. 5 must reach us before 2 p.m.
on Friday, Dec. 29.

eler4ation of 13 Detroiters
to Attend Yeshiva U. Banquet

MISS KATHY S. CLEGG

Mr. and Mrs. Webb Middle-
ton of Washburn Ave. announce
the engagement of their niece,
Kathy S. Clegg, to Jeffrey L.
Tann, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Warrington
G e or g e Tann
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A delegation of 13 Detroiters
will attend the 75th anniversary
dinner of Yeshiva University, at
the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New
York, Sunday evening.
The delegation includes Mr.
and Mrs. Edward C. Levy, Mr.
and Mrs. David Goldberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Laven, Mr. and
Mrs. John Lurie, Mr. and Mrs.
Al Borman, Phillip Stollman,
Rabbi Haym Donin and Dr.
Jacob E. Goldman.
Levy will be presented with
a leather-bound book contain-
ing mementos of the Yeshiva
dinner held in his honor in
Detroit last May. Included in
the book will be photographs,
news clippings and the names
of all who participated in the
annual Detroit event.
Among the master builders,
contributors of $18,000 or more,
who will be honored at the din-
ner, will be, in addition to Levy,
Al Borman and John Lurie.
Governor Nelson A. Rockefel-
ler will be the principal speak-
er at the_ dinner:

Dr. Samuel Belkin, president
of the university since 1943,
who coincidentally will be mark-
ing his 50th birthday, will be
the guest of honor.
Other speakers will include
Max J. Etra, chairman of the
university's board of truste
MISS SUSAN BE
Joseph M. Mazer, chairman
mond jubilee committee -
Mr. and Mrs.. Ra
les H. Silver, divine
Wisconsi
and Dr. Belkin.
gagemen of
Susan,
Crescent Shri
Holds son of
Shulm
Brotherhoo
inner
Th
uture brig
Crescent Shr
Club will
wen
Present a pane
iscussion on studeri at Wayne
iated with
"Peace Throug Brotherhood" sity, where h •
i fraternity.
at its annual B
ug. 12 wedding is planned.
ner 8 p.m. Mon
Manor.
The panel will consist of Debs Branch Jubilee
Judge James Montante, Rev.
Debs Branch of the Work-
Donald F. Bodley and Rabbi M. men's Circle will hold its 45th
Robert Syme. Following the dis- Jubilee Banquet 6:30 p.m. Sun-
cussion, the membership will be day at the Workmen's Circle
presented a suggested slate of Center, 18340 W. Seven Mile. -
officers for 1962 by the nomi-
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a s aw s uppe s
at Center, Dec. 17

Small fry of Detroit are get-
ting ready for the countdown.
On Sunday, Dec. 17, the Omni-
bus series of the Jewish Center,
will present "The Runaway
Latke" with George Latshaw and
his puppets.
There will be performances at
2 and 3:30 p.m. Tickets are now
available at the Center. For
group. rates and further infor-
mation, call DI 1-4200.

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GREENFIELD

Noodles and Farfet
Better

By SLM SHAPIRO

Tonight marks the culmination
of three months of hard work for
Mumford's Drama Club, as they
present "My Three Angels" in
the school auditorium. The cur-
tain is at 8 p.m. and tickets for
the all-student production are
still available.
Student. Council is planning
the election of new officers and
senators. Coming up on the
Council- calendar is the Lions
Club fund-raising drive.
Members of the American
Youth Hostel Club .are anxiously
awaiting Christmas vacation, for
with it comes the season's first
ski trip. The excursion will take
-them to the Blue Lake Hostel,
near Frederick, for five days.
The American Field Service
Club is looking far into the
future as it lays plans for a jazz
show to be held in late April.
Proceeds from the show will go
toward financing exchange stu-
dents coming to Mumford and
other schools throughout the
country.
Mumford sports moved indoors
last week as the Mustang cagers
opened their season .against
Northeastern with a 54-37 loss.
Boys' swimming drills also
started, while the girls fell to
Redford in their final meet to
finish the season with five wins
and one loss.
Less than two months remain
until Graduation Day, Jan. 31.
The seniors are busily preparing
for their farewell to Mumford.
Activities will include the
honors convocation, prom, and
graduation.

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Pinsker Group Plan
New Year's Jamboree

The Pinsker Organization will
hold its annual New Year's. Eve
Jamboree beginning 9 p.m. Dec.
31 at the Rainbow Terrace,
18451 Wyoming, featuring hors
d'oeuvres, cocktails, a full-
course dinner and an early-
morning breakfast.
Favors and noise-makers will
highlight the uening. Music
and entertainment will . be pro-
vided by Sam Barnett and his
orchestra. Table accommoda-
tions can be made for groups.
For reservations, call Herman
Bernson, UN- 2-9499, or Hy Gil-
man, UN 4-6958.

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— THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 8, 1961

Clegg•Tann
Troth Announced

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