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December 22, 1961 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-22

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Hu rwitz-Karbel
Marriage Vows

Marshall, Son
Give to Bar-Ilan

Brig. Gen. S .L. A. Marshall
and his son, Sam Marshall, Jr ,
this week jointly contributed
$1,000 to Bar-Ilan University.
Expressing gratitude for the
honors accorded him at last
week's annual Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity banquet, Gen. Marshall
wrote to Phillip Stollman, chair-
man of the National Committee
for Bar-Ilan University:
"When my wife, Cate, goes
about the country urging other
people to take this course, that
is a commandment that we as a
family must do our part for
what we tell others is worthy.
"We have found in Israel a
tremendous caring for people
which gives ' this society its
greatest distinction. The univer-
MRS. ALAN HURWITZ
sity epitomizes this view of life
Lana Gail Karbel became the and its fundamental obligation."
bride of Alan David Hurwitz
Dec. 17 at Beth Abraham Syna -
gogue. Rabbi Israel Halpern
officiated. -
Parents of the bridal couple
are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Karbel
of Appoline Ave. and Mr. and
Mrs. Theodor Hurwitz of
Stoepel Ave.
The bride wore a white satin
gown trimmed with chantilly
lace and pearl s. A gathered
court train fell from the skirt.
A butterfly veil was held by a
small diadem of the matching
lace and pearls. She carried a
-prayer book covered with white
orchids and stephanotis.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Bob Solamo n,- sister of the
bridegroom. Maid of honor was
Riva Goodis. Bridesmaids were
Mrs. Russell Meskin, Mrs. Ger-
ald Katchman, Mrs. Frank Get-
tleson and Mrs._ Larry Hurwitz,
sister-in-law of the bridegroom.
Best man was Larry Hurwitz,
brothel: of the bridegroom.
Ushers were Gary' K a r b e 1,
brother of the bride; Russell
Meskin, Gerald Katchman,
Frank Gettleson, Bob Solamon
and Gerald Blechman.
Following a honeymoon in
New York, the couple will live
on Whitmore Ave.

Lola Beer Fashions
at Israel Bond Fete

Center Theater Will
Present 'Act V' of
`Curtain Going Up'

Center Theater will present
"Acting for Drama and Opera"
as Act V of its "Curtain Going
Up Series"
Jan. 3 at the
Jewish C e n -
t e r , 1 8 1 0 0
Meyers.
Marjorie
Gordon, Roma
Ridell and
John Redfield
w i 11 present
arias from
"La Traviata"
and "Mac-
beth," with
Center The -
a ter players
performing
their dramatic
Miss Gordon counterparts
from "Camille" and "Macbeth."
Jack Dubois, faculty member
of the Detroit Conservatory- of
Music and. coordinator of the
Opera Conversation of the De-
troit Adventure Series; • Mar-
jorie Gordon, general director
of the Detroit Opera Theater;
and Melba Winer of the Center
Theate -ad a panel dis-
cuss
on oper nd drama.
nter Theater ayers par-
pating will be
elly Say-
t, Sandra Rubin a Winfield
opkins. La r
gore will
e pian ac r
Refresh-
ents
I low.

Our
onary — Self
trol 1 .om ing we tell our
dren th should. acquire.

c$!,11S6

Yaffas Celebrate
Golden Anniversary

The appointment of Dr. SOL-
OMON S. SIMONSON as
man of the newl
fished
department of
age, speech
and commu r. ions at Yeshiva
Universit raduate School of
Educat .
was announ
Dr. J
a A. Fishm
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In the Heart of Downtown

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Yaffa
Nathan and Bessie Yaffa, 18691
Tracey, will celebrate their gold-
en wedding anniversary at a din-
ner on Monday in Holiday Manor.
The Yaffas were married in De-
troit on• Dec. 24, 1911. -
Family and friends are attend-
ing from Chicago, Ill., Toronto,
Ont., Beverly, Mass., Washing-
ton, D.C., Rochester, N.Y., Sagi-
naw and Grand Rapids, Mich.,
Ramat Gan, Israel, Los Angeles,
Calif., North Bay and Hamilton,
Ont.
The Yaffas have been active
in the Jewish community for
many years, Mr. Yaffa having
taken a special interest in the
work of the United Hebrew
Schools when he served on the
Board of Directors and as chair-
man of the House Committee.
He has also worked for the Allied
Jewish Campaign, the Zionists,
Chesed Shel Emes, Bnai Brith,
the Old Folks Home, the Jewish
Hostel and the House of Shelter,
of which he is vice president.
Mr. and Mrs. Yaffa have two
children, Larry and Goldie Fink;
_five grandchildren and two great
grandchildren.

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Men's Clubs

LIVONIA JEWISH. CONGRE-
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elected officers are Rcibert Fox,
president; Hal Gruslikin, vice
president; Ernie Grant, treas-
urer; and Morrie Herman and
Dan Kirsch, secretaries.
-* * *
CONG. SHAAREY SHO-
MAYIM MEN'S CLUB will meet
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
synagogue, 14200 W. Ten Mile,
Oak Park, announces President
Milton Schloss.

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I e an • Israeli
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