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January 19, 1962 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 19, 196Z — 1 8

Goldin-Soskin
Troth Announced
vow:

The fellow with a sunny dis- :0
position is convinced that every
day is the last day of the year.

activi ties in oci



a

Mrs.
Detroiters Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Casaroll, Mr
d Mrs.
Krandall, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Solomon, Mr
tte • t
R. Roth and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levinson wi
esi
gural Anniversary Dinner" in honor of
Saturday in Washington, D. C. Before lea g for
on
tga
Mr. and Mrs. Levinson of the Franklin
olan,
s.
visited New York where they entertained
ation of
oan
president of the Suburbia Federal Savings an
Restaurant.
Garden City, N. Y.; Tuesday at the new Too
On Wednesday, the Levinsorts entertained at the "21 Club" w
nk.
honored guests were vice president of the New York Savin
alter
and his wife,. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Quinn, Mr. and
Mahlstedt, vice president, and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood . Waters,
urance and
principal mortgage officer, both of the Teachers
ed in Wash
Annuity Association -bf America. The Levinsons a
ador gust
ington on Thursday where they entertained Am
Guillermo Aran& of Panama and Mr. and Mrs. lexande Boo'
stayer, investment council of the AFL-CIO, a the Pres
Dining Room of the Mayflower Hotel.
MISS JUDITH GOLDIN
The Cornfield Family Club will hold a pot-1
Mr. and Mrs. Irving S. Goldin, Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Gerald
The Kaplan Family Club will meet 8:30 p.m.
1647 Victoria, Windsor, Ont.,
announce the engagement of home of Lottie and Harry Koltono - w.
their daughter, Judith, to Mar-
shall Soskin, son of Mr., and
Mrs. Leonard Soskin, 20488 Bloomfield Hills Board
Oxley, Detroit.
An April wedding is planned. Ban Policy on Prayer

Bar-Illan, Israeli
Pianist; Is Soloist
in Detroit Concert

The young Israeli pianist,
DaVid Bar-Illan, will be soloist
with the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra under Paul Paray's di-
rection 8:30 - p.m. Thursday at
Ford Auditorium.
Bar-Illan will play the Beet-
hoven Concerto No. 4 in G
major on a program that will
include Beethoven's Symphony
No. 7 in A major, Massenet's
Overture to "Phedre" and Rav-
el's "Rapsodie Espagnole."_
Saturday morning at 11 and
again at 2 p.m.,- the orchestra
under Valter Poole will present
the Severn Ballet for the Young
People's Concert series. The
company will dance Khatcha-
turian's "Portrait of a Ball"
and Ibert's "Parade." The or-
chestra portion of the program
will i n c l u de Mendelssohn's
Overture "Fingal's Cave" and
Rimsky - Korsakoff's -"Spanish
Caprice."
The morning performance is
sold out but tickets are av
able for the repeat showi

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The Bloomfield Hills Board
of Education has reversed its
stand against prayers in thd
classrooms.
A resolution rescinding an
earlier action for abolishment
.of prayers in the public school
system was adopted by a 3-1
vote before some 509 parents
who attended the board • meet-
ing Tuesday night.
Board member ,Max Miller,
vi measure,
author of the preous
was the sole opponent to the
rescinding order.
The new resolution not only
will permit teachers to offer
prayers "at appropriate times,"
but provides also for the ob-
servance of Christian holidays
with the music, decorations and
symbols associated with these
holidays.
In addition, it requires school
administrators and teachers to
develop a plan for explaining
"the several great religions" of
the world to students and for
giving appropriate recognition
to the holidays and symbols of
these religions.
e resolution stipulates,
that attendance at or
howev
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f Louba Luppiloff,
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ewed and an Is-
wn.
* *
-MORRIS COHEN
iary No. 530, Jew-
eterans, will meet at
e of Tillie Goldman,
hitmore, Oak Park,
vening. Child Welfare
etty Spinner an-
t a party will be
Healy Children's
bers who will visit
n the children are
erg, Sarah Kamin-
e Nelson and Raye
ames will be played,
tributed, and refresh-
served.

any stu
objecti
A gr
tion was
pro-
last mon when Mi
a tenta-
posal was
tive policy to ban oral prayers
along with the display of sec-
tarian symbols during Christ-
mas and Easter observances.

J. J. CLARKE

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Irving M. Weisberg was named
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Winkelman "First Year Agent of
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In August, Continent
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unch meeting of the
A ne issue of 6 0
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n Branch PTO 12:30 of corn n stock at $
is being
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