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December 22, 1961 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-22

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MIJMFORD

Arlene Gottlieb Will Testimonial Dinner Committ
Three Officials; P1
vent *4
JVed Ronald Licht for
Rabbi Leon Fram of Tern

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MISS HELENE CLIFFORD

Mr. and Mrs. H. Clifford of
Votrobeck Dr. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Helene, to Bert Rabinowitz, son
of Mr. and Mrs.. D. Rabinowitz
of Cloverlawn Ave., Oak Park.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Wayne State University's Col-
lege of Education. She is affil-
iated with Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority. Her fiance, a graduate
of Wayne State's College of
Pharmacy, is a senior at the
Chicago College of Osteopathy,
where he is a member of Iota
Tau Sigma professional frater-
nity and Sigma Sigma Phi hon-
orary fraternity.
A June 16 wedding is planned.

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HAGOPIAN

MISS ARLENE GOTTLIEB

129-131 W. NINE MILE ROAD
The slate of candidates running weddi
Main Store 1 Candy Kitchen
FERNDALE 20, MICHIGAN
for Student Council office was
W. 7 MILE at GREENFIELD
Ll 2 - 2110
completed last week. Running
Hu
uns
Open Thurs., Fri., Sat. to 9
BR 2-4411
for president are Marty Katz hun
and Steve Lefkowitz. Candidates
for -vice-president are Mickey
Eisenberg and Marilyn Pershin,
while Michael Goldfarb will op-
pose David Levitt for treasurer.
Opponents in the race for cor-
responding secretary are Dennis
18315
Littky and Vicky Miller, while
Amy Goldberg and Shelley Kess-
ler will vie for the post of
recording secretary.
Mumford's basketball squad
finally broke into the victory
column last week after absorb-
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Theodore" Jones, ticket cha' -n
Israel has been named on 61 18071 Norwood, TW 3-4210;
the co-chairmen for a testi ial Charle Polite 1
son,
dinner honoring Judge W e H. 9-41:
ers of
McCree, Jr., recently ap• nted exe
to the U.S. District benc' Jus-
tice Otis Smith of the Su.. -me
Court and Christopher C. Sc.
newly appointed U.S. Deputy As-
sistant Postmaster General.
The testimonials will be held
Jan. 28 at Cobo Hall. The exec-
utive committee for the dinner
includes Irwin Kasloff, Paul Sil-
00•16,,,00•1 ■ 01
ver, Samuel Brezner and Morris
Gruskin.
WE BOUGHT A
Proceeds from the $10-a-plate
COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE
dinner will go to the Wayne
State University Tom Mboya
SEAL CHARMS OF OVER
scholarship fund for African stu-
100 DIFFERENT STYLES
dents.
. MANY SET WITH
Tickets - may be obtained from

Mr. and Mrs. William Simon
"A man's reach should ex-
ceed his grasp, for that is what Gottlieb of M o nic a
of their
heaven is for." These words, nounce the engag
•th, to Ron-
written by the poet Robert daughter, Arle
Mr. and Mrs.
Browning, have been chosen as ald Licht; so
inthrop • Ave.
the January graduates' class Sam Licht
The bri -elect is a graduate
motto. Burnt orange and brown
tare U v sity
were chosen class colors, while `of Wayn
in Liv
bachelor buttons were desig- is teat
nated the class flower.
The

Some 1,600 persons visited
the Stanley Steamer, new steam
bath and health club in Oak
Park, to inspect the 7,000 square
feet of facilities, enjoy coffee
and cake and chat with visiting
sports celebrities at an open
house Dec. 17.
The modern structure at Capi-
tal and Coolidge, between Eight
and Nine Mile roads, will be
Open for business' Sunday,- Dec. Marguerite Chafes
24. Last-minute Mechanical dif-
ficulties caused- a postponement to Be Commentator
of the original Dec. 19 opening
at Mozart Concert
-date.
Marguerite K o z e n n Chajes,
Three persons from North-
west .Detroit and two from Oak one of Michigan's best known
Park were awarded one-year musicians, who is executive di-
full member • cards at a late- rector of the Pro-Mozart
7. Society, will
evenin
and drawing con-
comment on
duct
by
Cir-
selettions and
CU
_udge
es Montan
composers - a t
he
oit winners we • Al
the
concert at
lotki
8271 Northlawn;
()T-
Community
ris
elfand,
776
rd ore,
Arts Auditor-
and ilton M i
7 • ob-
ium of Wayne
son.
were
State Univer-
Sam rims
0
kstone,
sity at 8:30
and Jerry eller
510 Rad-
p .m., Jan. 6.
cliff
Participa
mg artists w
EXCtUSIV
IAN
b e: Lin a
Newman, is
soprano;
us-
sell S k
c h,
bass-ba one;
Abraha and
_ Elaine
ish-
Mrs. Chajes kind, 1 i n-
ists; Paul Olefsky, cells Bela
Wurtzler, double bass; lter
Schrott and Lawrence L re,
pianists.
Mrs. Chajes stated that
concert, sponsored by the Pr
Mozart Society of Greater De-
troit, will feature the music of
three generations of the Mozart
NEW! ----
family—Leopold Mozart, 1719-
RESTORES
1787, Wolfgang Amadeus Moz-
‘ , ORIGINAL COLOR
.
art, 1756,1791, and the latter's
• • ) • FINEST QUALITY '
son, Wolfgang Mozart, -1791-
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• FASTEST SERVICE
'1844.
• LOWEST PRICES
Scores for this concert have
been made available by the
CALL NOW
L i b r a r y of the International
Foundation Mozarteum in Salz-
RUG
burg and the Oesterreichischer
6 12'
Bundesverlag in Vienna.
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& CARR-

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Seals

By SIM SHAPIRO

Members of the Fine Arts De-
partment will provide an evening
of musical entertainment for all
tastes when they present their
annual- winter music festival, Jan.
12, 8 p.m., in the school audi-
torium. Sandra Acker will be
soloist, accompanying the ' or-
chestra in a concerto for piano
and orchestra.

an.

Institute Presents
Lecture in Yiddish

Chapter One of the Sholem
Aleichem Institute will hear a
lecture by Isaac Finkelstein on
"Moishe Leib Halpern" 9 p.m.
Tuesday at the Institute. The
lecture will be in Yiddish. The
public is invited.

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HOURS: DAILY 9 to 9

SUNDAY 10 to 2

CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY

17 - THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, December 22, 1961

Clifford-Rabinowitz
,Troth Announced

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