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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 14, 1962 -- 24

activities in Society

Mrs. Harry Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kall and sons Mark
and Bruce, of Utica, N.Y., were recently in Detroit to visit their
relatives, Mr. and 'Mrs. Jack Stern and family of Ashton Rd.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kersh and daughter Jill, of Atlanta, Ga.,
(former Detroiters) were recently in town to visit with their
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Goldman and their daughter, Paula,
have returned from a trip to Toronto, Ont., where they met their
son, Alan, who had just arrived from Tokyo, Japan, via Vancouver,
British Columbia. Alan was Mumford High School's American
Field Service Exchange Student and lived with Dr. and Mrs. Taro
Kato and family of Mizunami, a small town 200 miles southwest
of Tokyo, for 10 weeks. While there, he had an opportunity to
attend school and observe the educational facilities of the country.
Alan is currently enrolled in the 12th grade at Mumford.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jubas, 13411 Irvine, Oak Park, returned
recently from a five-week tour of Israel. While there, they at-
tended the World Jewish Education Assembly and the -World
Mizrachi Conference.
Mesdames Nathan Gleaner, Irving Turner, Sam Fishman and
Joseph Wyzan recently attended a Pioneer Women Area Leader-
ship Seminar, conducted under the auspices of the national and
midwest offices of the organization a tthe Midwest Camp Habonim
in Three Rivers, Mich. -
Talbert Sheldon Stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Stein
of 17349 Meyers, has left Detroit to attend Brandeis University.
Talbert, a recent graduate of Wayne State University, a Wood-
row Wilson Fellow and Phi Beta Kappa member, was the recipi-
ent of a Brandeis University tuition scholarship to do graduate
work in experimental physics at Brandeis University. His new
address for the coming year will be 11 Arlington Avenue,
Waltham, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Spoon are now living in their new home
at 25570 Catalina, Southfield.
Doreen Weiner and Francis Rubin recently returned from
attending the Delta Phi Epsilon International Convention at
the Waldorf-Astoria in New York. They were official delegates
representing Delta Theta Chapter of Wayne State University.
They accepted the Scholarship, Community Service and Meritor-
ious Effort Awards for their chapter at the 25th Biennial Awards
Banquet.
The Cornfield Family Club will meet Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Cornfield, 13681 Elgin,. Oak Park.
Marilyn Rothschild, formerly of Detroit and Flint, is now
living in Cleveland where she is a teacher at the Milliken School,
Cleveland Heights. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ameroll
Rothschild.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cutler recently had as their house-
guests her brother, Joe Cohen, and his wife, Jean, of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldstein, 10760 Saratoga, Oak Park,
celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary, were entertained by
their children, Herbert, Alvin and. Robert and their families.
Mrs. Sarah Novograd, formerly of Park Ave., Oak Park, is
now living at 25260 Montmarte, Oak Park..
Fellow A. Alfred Taubman of Brandeis University and
Arthur Howard, president of the Detroit Chapter, Brandeis
University Associates, will head a group of more than 20
Detroiters on a three-day visit to the school's Waltham, Mass..
campus on Sept. 21. New trustees added to the board this year
include Richard D. Bleznak, Paul Borman, Dr. William L. Deutsch,
David Howard, Joel Jacob, Dr. Sherman Kay, Harry Lieberman,
Arthur D. Rodecker, William R. (Bob) Rosenthal, Richard
Siacher and A. Richard Tischler.
Diane Saltz, 17546 Avon, celebrated her 14th birthday with
a surprise mobile party aboard a DSR bus chartered by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Saltz. Diane and her guests concluded
the day with an egg-throwing contest in the Saltz backyard .. .
at the invitation of Mrs. Saltz. A new twist for birthday parties?

Turover Aid Society
to See Bar-Ilan Film

Nathan Korby, president of
the Turover Aid Society, an-
nounces that a social evening
will be held Monday at the
Jericho Temple, 18495 Wyo-
ming. A representative of Bar-
Han will show the film of the
University.
Isadore Sosnick, honorary
president of the Society, will
chair this meeting. Refresh-
ments will be served. No ad-
mission charge.

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Two candidates for doctoral
degrees in social work have been
awarded Harry L. Lurie Fellow-
ships for 1962 to help them com-
plete their Ph.D. studies, it was
announced by Mrs. A. Louis
Oresman of New York, chairman
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds nation-
al scholarship committee.
The two winners, each of
whom receive a $750 grant, are
Arnold Gurin of E. Lansing,
Mich., and Melvin Mogulof of
Springfield, Mass.
CJFWF administers the Lurie
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Gurin, currently a lecturer in
social work at Michigan State
University in E. Lansing, will
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Advanced Studies in Social Wel-
fare at. Brandeis University.
Mogulof, a doctoral candidate
at Brandeis University, will on
the achievement of his degree,
return to work in the field of
Jewish communal service.

The interchange of the Ford
and Lodge freeways in Detroit
is one of the world's busiest
highway intersections. An aver-
age of nearly 300,000 cars a day
travel through the tri-level in-
terchange.

Traurig-Kronick
Rites Solemnized

MRS. ALLEN TRAURIG

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bernard
Kronick of New Haven, Conn.,
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Sondra Gloria, to Dr.
Allen Robert Traurig, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Traurig of Clo-
verlawn Ave., Oak Park.
The ceremony was performed
on Labor Day at the Westville
Synagogue by Rabbi Albert Feld-
man.
The bride wore a gown of white
peat' de soie appliqued with
Swiss embroidery. A Juliette cap
with a three-tier fingertip illu-
sion veil completed the ensemble.
She carried a white orchid with
stephanotis on her Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Leon
Medvedow of New Haven, sister
of the bride. Jo Anne Leventhal
of New Haven, niece of the bride,
was junior bridesmaid.
Edward Traurig, of Oak Park
served his brother as best man.
Ushers were Bernard Traurig of
Syosset, L.I., cousin of the bride-
groom; Sydney Leventhal, Alvin
Evans, David Greenberg and
Leon Medvedow, all of New
Haven and brothers-in-law of the
bride.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of Connecticut. The bride-
groom was graduated from Wayne
State University and its Medical
School. Lt. Traurig is a staff
medical officer of the U.S. Sub-
marine Fleet. The newlyweds
will honeymoon in Europe.

Hed-HaKvutzah's 20th Anniversary
Issue Has Many E ssays and Stories

Honoring 20 years of publish-
ing its annual publication, Hed-
HaKvutzah, the Hebrew cultural
society of Detroit, Kvutzah Iv-
rith. has just issued a 135-page
jubilee edition.
The anniversary issue of the
journal, which has attracted na-
tionwide attention, contains
many essays, short stories, book
reviews and other feature ma-
terial, as well as many congrat 7
ula tory messages.
Among the more interest-
ing messages is one written
shortly before his death by
Daniel Persky, the distin-
guished scholar and author
whose efforts in behalf of the
revival of Hebrew revolution-
ized activities to encourage
the study of the language and
its use as a spoken tongue.
Other messages came from
Dr. Ephraim Shmueli, Prof.
Zevi Scharfstein, Abba Gordin
and others.
The Hed-HaKvutzah editorial
committee consists of Bernard
Isaacs, Morris Nobel, Meyer
Mathis and Aaron Toback.

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TRAGER-WEISS: In a double-
ring ceremony at Rainbow Ter-
race on Aug. 12, Harriet Connie
Weiss became the bride of
Gerald Milton Trager. Rabbi
Moses Lehrman and Cantor
Klein officiated. Parents of the
newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Weiss of Brentwood
Ave., Livonia, and Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Trager of Murray Hill
Ave. The bride wore a gown of
white taffeta and an elbow-
length veil. She carried her
confirmation Bible trimmed
with white orchids. Attending
the bride was her sister, Mrs.
William Hacker, matron of hon-
or. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Charles Wrubel, sister of the
bride; and Lois Sandra Gold-
man. Flower girl was Karen
Wrubel, niece of the bride.
Arthur Foster served as best
man. Ushers were Lawrence
Weiss, brother of the bride,
and Kenneth Volk, cousin of
the bridegroom. After honey-
mooning in Niagara Falls, the
couple will reside in Chicago,
where the bridegroom is re-
suming his studies as a junior
at the Chicago College of Osteo-
pathy.

This annual publication is
made possible by a fund estab-
lished by Irving Palman in mem-
ory of his father, Jacob Kopel,
who was a devoted friend of
Kvutzah Ivrith.
Free copies . of the journal
may be obtained by writing to
Hed-HaKvutzah, 18975 Robson,
Detroit 35.
Joseph Katz is the present
president of Kvutzah Ivrith.

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