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February 01, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-01

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Bershas Wed `Crucible' Benefit Tops Hadassah
to Alan Snideman Group Activities for February

David Brodsky Records Jewish
History with Picture Post Cards

David Brodsky has parlayed
his Jewish identification and
love of history and travel into
what he believes to be the
largest Judaica collection of pic-
ture post cards.
Brodsky, 23,. of 610 Lakeside,
Port Huron, is a junior high
school teacher. He says his total
collection of 62,000 views from
countries all over the world is
the second largest in Michigan
and includes the largest collec-
tion of Michigan views.
The picture postcards of Ju-
daica consist of views of syna-
gogues, Jewish centers, Jewish
hospitals, organizations, homes
of famous Jewish• personalities,•
statues and paintings of the Old
Testament and paintings and
sculpture reproductions by Jew-
ish artists.

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Brodsky especially prizes his
cards of now extinct syna-
gogues in Prague, Charbin in
the U.S.S.R., and modern syna-
gogues in Strasbourg, Elkins
Park, Pa., and Gary, Ind. Says
Brodsky:
"I would like to encourage
synagogues to produce glossy,
colored or black and white
photo cards of their buildings,
exterior or interior views. These
can be made in color at a nomi-
nal price if ordered in lots of
3,000. Several synagogues have
done this and have distributed
the cards through local drug
stores and sold them profitably
through .sisterhoods and men's
clubs." .
Brodsky collects the cards be-
cause they help him to keep
fresh and lasting remembrances
of memorable sights.
"I began collecting cards at
the age of eight," he says,
"starting with about 50 views.
I have traveled extensively,
visiting many places of Jewish
interest and I have also used
post cards in teaching. The
cards make excellent visual
aids of historic, geographical,
geological, architectural and
agricultural interest, including
the humanities."
Brodsky next semester will
begin a course at Port Huron
Junior College, teaching Michi-
gan history with post cards. He
is a member of Sarnia Lodge of
Bnai Brith, secretary of Mt.
Sinai Congregation in Port
Huron, editor of the synagogue
bulletin, publicity chairman of
the American Cancer Society,
St. Clair County Unit, editor of
the Wolverine Post Card News
and a past • president of Wol-
verine Post Card Club.

Parents Without Partners will
have an open meeting 8:45 p.m.
Feb. 12 at the Jewish Center.
Bernard Isaacs will discuss "He-
brew Literature in America."
Following the talk there will be
a discussion, social hour and re-
freshments.

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17100 West Seven Mile Road,
Detroit 35, Mich.

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Sonia Bershas, daughter of
Mrs. Minnie Bershas of Appoline
Ave., and Alan James Snider-
man, son of Dr. and Mrs. B. F.
Sniderman of Flint, exchanged
vows in a double-ring ceremony
Dec. 23 at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Rabbi Morris Adler and Rabbi
Moses Lehrman officiated.
The bride, who was escorted
by her brother Dr. Marvin Ber-
shas, wore a ballerina gown of
silk peau de soie with lace ap-
pilque. Her silk illusion veil was
held in place by a seed pearl
and crystal tiara.
She was attended by her sis-
ters, Mrs. William Zucker and
Mrs. Donald Klein.
Dr. Stephen Sniderman, broth-
er of the bridegroom, served as
best man. The couple honey-
mooned in Florida.

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Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Walker
of James K. Blvd., Pontiac, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Nancy Geraldine, to
Michael Barry Frank, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Frank of NeW
Rochelle, N. Y. The bride-elect
is a student in the School of
Fine Arts and Drama at Carne-
gie Institute of Technology,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Her fiance is a
senior at the University of
Michigan.

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Katchen, Jyman Rubin, Paul
Vollmer and David Young. Mrs.
William Klein, president, in-
vites friends.
Schaefer Group will hold a
dessert luncheonette Feb. 26 at
the Labor Zionist Institute. Ad-
mission is contribution. Enter-
tainment has been planned. A
weekend for two at the Elm-
wood Casino Hotel, Windsor,
will be awarded. Mrs. Yetta
Englander, DI 1-4766, is 'ticket
chairman, assisted . - by Mrs.
Nancy Silver, Mrs. Rose Shear
and Mrs. Sue Goldman. Mrs.
Evelyn Overton, social _ chair-
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Isaacs to Address
Lone Parents Club

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February activities of the De-
troit Chapter of Hadassah in-
clude a square dance, lecture,
luncheon and theater benefit.
University South Group will
hold an open board meeting
12:30 p.m. Feb. 12 in Room 202
of the Jewish Center. Refresh-
ments and a special program
are planned. Mrs. John Sender,
special fund-raising chairman,
LI 3-5731, and Mrs. Aaron Za-
mek, ticket chairman, will hear
reports on the group's fund-
raising event, a premiere per-
formance of "The Crucible," by
the Jewish Center Players, 8:30
p.m. Feb. 14. President Mrs.
Frank Rosenbaum invites guests.
Proceeds will go to Hadassah's
Eye Bank Campaign.
Livonia Group will hold
square dance 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at the Dule Office Center, 26847
Grand River. Admission is by
donation. Mrs. Donald Levinson,
GR 4-6481, and Mrs. Bernard
Zupmore are ticket chairmen.
Refreshments will be served.
Mrs. Paul Mutnick, president,
invites guests.
Evergreen Group will meet
8:30 p.m. Feb. 12 at, the Hadas-
sah House. Dr. Abraham Citron
will discuss "Open Occupancy
for Detroit." Mrs. Jack H. Boxer,
contemporary affairs chairman,
will report on current events.
Refreshments will be served by
hostesses Mesdames Henry Ar-
onoff, Samuel Goldberg, Harold

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A symposium will be held 9
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