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January 26, 1962 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, January 26, 1962 — 20

Goodman-Rubin
Engagement Told

MISS MARILYN GOODMAN

Marilyn I. Goodinan, daughter
of Mrs. Doris Goodman of Whit-
comb Ave. and the late Charles
Goodman, and Sidney R. Rubin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Rubin of Mattapan, Mass., an-
nounced their engagement at a
resent dinner-party held in Bos-
ton, Mass. The future bride-
groom attended Wayne State
University and is. a senior at
Lawrence Institute of Techno-
logy College of Engineering. An
August wedding is planned.

Men's Clubs

DETROIT DYNAMIC CLUB
has installed a new slate of offi-
cers, including Milton A. Beh-
rendt, president; Murray Belkin,
vice president; Irving Meiland,
secretary-treasurer; and Harold
E. Karlsruher, M. Messinger,
Maurice Safir and Fred F. Sim-
mons, members of the board.
* *
ODESSA PROGRESSIVE AID
SOCIETY announces the elec-
tion of the following to admin-
istrative posts: J. B. Ormond,
president; Louis Weiner, vice
president; Hyman Kaber and
Ralph Stein, secretaries; and
Albert Wineman, treasurer.
* * *
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
MEN'S CLUB will present a
"Festival of Jewish Music" g:30
p.m. Tuesday at the synagogue,
under the direction of Cantor
Shabtai Ackerman and Israel
Fuchs, music director. Rabbi Is-
rael Halpern will be commen-
tator. Refreshments will be
served. In charge of the event
are Willie Operer and Morris
Davis. President Meyer Lullove
will host a kick-off breakfast
to launch plans of the club-
sponsored Detroit premiere per-
formance of "Nor-Tsum-Lach-
en" (slated for April 22 at Ford
Auditorium) 10 a.m. Sunday at
the synagogue.

GOP Central Committee
*
to Vote on Resolution
ADAS SHALOM MEN'S
CLUB will present its sixth an-
Hitting Extremists
nual Interfaith Concert 8:30

Irwin H. Burdick, Republican
chairman of the 15th Congres-
sional District Committee, an-
nounced the following resolu-
tion will be introduced at the
Republican State Central Com-
mittee meeting today and to-
morrow.
The proposed resolution

reads:
"We denounce and con-
demn all extremist organiza-
tions, those to the extreme
left and those to the extreme
right. Some people have at-
tempted to associate the John
Birch Society and other or-
ganizations of like nature
with the Republican Party,
thereby unfairly smearing the
Party. To set the record
straight, we do herewith un-
equivocally repudiate any sup-
port from those organizatio
as well as from the ext
left organizations."

mmittee
The 15th District
at its executive bo d meeting
directed the introd ction of the
resolution to the ; • tate Central
Committee. Rut M. Gallup,
member of th State Central
Resolutions mmittee from
the 15th Distrk, will introduce
the proposed/resolution.
Other met hers of the Sta y
Central CoMmittee f
15th District, Alfred
over, Rhechi Ross an lar ret
Van Derzie < will j n in -he
promotion o the resolution.
"We feel t t there are le
mate bounda • s within wh
political parti • may operate,
le extremist
Burdick said.
organizations are
of bounds
dis-
and should be pu
claimed by both major p
parties."

L'Atelier Gallery
to Move; Slates 2nd
Anniversary Exhibit

p.m. Wednesday at the syn
gogue. Featured will be ty
Adas Shalom Symphony r
semble, conducted by Zit I vi
Bistritzky, and the choral gr up
of Westminster Presbyte ian
Church.
* * *
ODESSA PROGRESSIVE D
SOCIETY has elected J. B.
mond as president. Other o
ficers are Louis Weiner, vice
president; Hyman Kaber and
Ralph Stein, secretaries; and
Albert Weineman, treasurer.

CONG. BNAI MOSHE MEN'S
CLUB will present Prof. Mel
Ravitz, Detroit councilman, as
guest speaker on "Problems of
An er ging Metropolitan
p.m. Monday
at the synago,, he public is
invited.

CONG. BNAI DA D MEN'S
CLUB will hold its rd annual
"Movie Night". Satu ay at the
e s Sam
synagogue, a n n..o u
and In
Ray' z
umentary
e
Ha
will e shown.
sra
fi
sisted by Harry
is
R
Ir Zg R ner, Dave
Leib() Bernie osie, Ben
Viler Ray Stein rg and Neil
11 go to the
ef. roceeds
y's club.
gregation's

40,000 Mo ers to Aid
March o Imes Tues.

ousand volunteer
Forty
Marchin (others from Wayne
Count vill participate in the
onal house-to-house Moth-
tr
s' March on behalf of the
National Foundation's March of
Dimes, Tuesday, '7 to 9 p.m.,
it was stated by Anne Camp-
bell Stark and Mrs. Sanford
Jackson, co-chairmen of the
event. Mrs. Jerome Cavanagh
is honorary chairman. Charles
L. Gehring e r is campaign
chairman.
The annual Mothers' March
provides about 65 percent of
all March of Dimes funds vol-
untarily contributed by Wayne
County residents.
A mailing envelope, self ad-
dressed will be left at all homes
caled on by the Mothers' March
where no one is home, to give
each resident an opportunity
to help fight the cripplers, birth
defects, arthritis and polio.

L'Atelier Gallery will move
from its present location to a
new building at 19954 Liver-
nois, featuring a larger display
area.
The gallery will open its sec-
ond anniversary group show 8
p.m. Feb. 14, which will include
paintings by such local artists
as Gene Szafran, Mary Beard,
Emily Fox, Annemarie Persov
and Amos Aricha, now visiting
Detroit from his native Israel.
Also to be on exhibit will be
sculpture by Walter Chmura
and Gerald Prokopowicz, and
Youth clubs are multiplying
enamels by Marion M a j o r.
L'Atelier specializes in custom in Israel to meet the need for
framing.
proper use of leisure.

Siegel-Schare
Troth Announced

Center Theater Plans n

Opinion' Panel

"In My Opinion," a provoca- after the discussion. Admission

tive discussion of the .,theater to t nbers of Center Theater
in New York and
ort, is the is fr • there will be a small
subject of th
ext meeting of chal for guests.
Center T ater, Wednesday,
Feb. 7 at :30 p.m. at the Je
ish Ce • r.
Want The Best?
Geo
C. Scott, p
Ask the Folks Who've Had
Theat of
SAM BARNETT
Kenn h S'chw
and His Orchestra
direc r of th
ass
will
the guest spe
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publi is invite
Sco
seen in "The
Hustlers,
as nominated for
an Aca - ny Award forhis
perf or
ice in. "The 4a ' n
of a
rder."
Fine Photography
Sc artz,
e troi
Bar Mitzvah and Wedding
theat circles
ye
Candids Professionally Finished
is m o
ctor and
S. LIEBICK
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duce afgiN
ngort and P1
ouse.
Re shments wi
served

EDAM STUDIO

MISS ROCHELLE SIEGEL

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Siegel
Center Camera Club
of Blackstone Ave., Oak Park,
The
Jewish Center Camera
announce the engagement of
will hold a shooting session
their daughter, Rochelle Mar-: „. Club surprise
at the Ten
lene, to Jerry R. Schare, son of Mile ranch of models
the Center in Oak
Mrs. Philip Schare of
onday, 8:15 p.m. Every-
Ave. and the late
. Schare.
elcome.
Miss Siegel a . nds Eastern
Michigan Univ ity. Her fiance
ter two successful years
is a graduate f R.E.T.S.
in Europe
The coup
plan an earl
spring wedd

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at
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, 24 and 25 at the Jew].
enter.
Directed by Vic Hurwitz, t
large cast is headed by Shir
Gold, Errol F. Harry n-
er, G
af '
L
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Selig n,
and
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Tickets at
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The Queen will receive all of her beauty
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