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April 05, 1963 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-05

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Rhoda Gould Wed
to Arnold Shapero

activities in Society

Susan Allen to tred
James Canner

Central Class of '53
Plans Reunion Dance

The Central High School grad-
uating class of 1953 will hold its
10-year reunion dance on May
10 at Cobo Hall. The reunion
committee seeks the assistance
of those who can help in locating
members of the class. Such per-
sons and those who may not have
been contacted should call San-
dra Oberfield Kent, KE 5-7953,
Estelle Lee Spector Weinstein,
Paula Lichtenstein Blair or Ruth
Kerby.

Twelve residents of Detroit will be honored at the annual Am-
bassador Reception of Yeshiva University to be held April 24
at the Park Lane Hotel in New York City. They are part of a group
of national business and community leaders who will be presented
with Medallions of Honor for "outstanding service to higher edu-
cation." Receiving the awards will be Abraham Borman, 25211
Scotia, Huntington Woods; Tom and Sarah Borman, 12300 Mark
Twain; Robert Brody, 3033 Cadillac Towers; Reuben Dubrinsky,
19735 Warrington; Nathan Freedland, 1560 E. Milwaukee; David
Goldberg, 13155 Sherwood, Hunttington Woods; Morris Karbel,
19420 Lauder; Daniel A. Laven, 333 Covington; Benjamin Levin-
son, 18315 Birchcrest; Edward C. Levy, 8800 Dix; and John E.
FOR THE ULTIMATE
IN GOOD MUSIC
Lurie, 21128 Rutland.
Attending the biennial meeting of Bnai Brith Womeri at the
Statler-Hilton Hotel in Washington from March 31 to April 4 were
Mesdames Charles D. Solovich, past president of Bnai Brith
And His Orchestra
Women, and Alfred Lakin, Robert Coggan, Morris Tack, Philip
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Fealk and Leoriard Sims, third vice-president.
Dr. and Mrs. Martin Naimark, 19605 Canterbury, on April 1
MISS SUSAN ALLEN
were honored at a surprise party given by their family in cele-
MRS. ARNOLD SHAPERO
bration of their 25th wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius E. Allen
Rhoda Lorraine Gould was
Dr. Leo Y. Goldman, rabbi of Cong. Shaarey Shomayim in of Outer Dr. announce the en-
wed to Arnold Owen Shapero
Fine Photography
Oak Park, has returned from a brief visit to Israel, where he gagement of their daughter,
in a ceremony performed by visited kibbutzim, offices of the chief rabbinate, hospitals and Susan Arlene, to James Canner,
Bar Mitzvah and Wedding
Candids,
Professionally Finished
Rabbi Jacob Segal on March
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
31 at Adas Shalom Synagogue. private homes. Rabbi Goldman also met with Rabbi M. J. Wohl-
KE 1-0104
S.
LEIBICK
Canner of Strathcona Dr.
gelernter, formerly of Detroit, who plans to visit here soon.
Parents of the newlyweds are
The bride-elect is a graduate
Mrs. Morris Lederer, 12726 Borgman, Huntington Woods,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gould of
of the Liggett School. She at- MIxoxix.wiNK
W. Outer Dr., and Mr. and Mrs. was honored last week on her 70th birthday. Among the guests tends
Eastern Michigan Univer- 1 PLASTIC FURNITURE 7
was
her
daughter-in-law,
Mrs.
Jules
W.
Lederer,
who
writes
a
Ben C. Shapero of Fairfax Dr.,
COVERS
sity where she is affiliated with ,.•
nationally syndicated column under the name of Ann Landers.
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Southfield.
Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. Her 4
MADE TO ORDER
Dr.
and
Mrs.
J.
Bayles
and
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Frank
(Panchito)
The bride was gowned in
or READY MADE
fiance
attended
Purdue
Univer-
;
-
;
,
ivory peau de soie The man- Lozano returned from Mexico City and Acapulco.
sity where he was affiliated with
CALL ANNA KARBAL
Mrs. Jack Stevens of Kentucky Ave. left for a month tour Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He
darin neckline and fitted bodice
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were of hand-colored Alencon of Europe and Israel. While in France she will be reunited with is currently attending Wayne ,nx4e<>:.*:<:>.:*>Mize?;]>w...c:: ■ .1<az€N
her
son
and
daughter-in-law,
Dr.
and
Mrs.
Jerome
Stevens.
He
is
lace and pearl beads. Garlands
State University. A December
of the matching lace were ap- a captain in the U.S. Army.
wedding is planned.
HOTEL
pliqued on a floor-length dome-
shaped skirt that fell into a
PALMER
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chapel train. She wore a crown
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of lace and pearl beads with a
Across from U. of D.
For the HY Spot
shoulder-length pouf veil of
Of Your Affair
ivory silk illusion. She carried
Overnight Guests, $3.50
up
SAMUEL LISSITZ, executive
a Bible covered with a stephan-
Dr. LEONARD W. MOSS,
Music by
Weekly Rates
otis and tiny orchids.
chairman of the WSU sociology director of Sheltering Oaks Hos-
$11.00 and $12.00
Sharon Gould served her sis- and anthropology department, pital in Cincinnati has been
ter as maid of honor and Mrs. was elected president of the appointed consultant to the Uni-
And His Orchestra
Comfortable Clean Rooms
versity
of
Michigan
Bureau
of
formerly with Mickey Woolf
Barry Showfer, sister of the Michigan Sociological Associa-
"Maid Service - Phone Service
Hospital. Administration and the
bridegroom, was matron of tion at the 67th annual meeting
Homelike Atmosphere
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Southwestern
Ohio
Health
Care
of
the
Michigan
Academy
of
honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
• Distinctive Ceremonies
Study.
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Science,
Arts
and
Letters,
held
a Specialty!
Gerald Ross, Sheila Carson,
* * *
Shely London of Toronto, Dena recently in Kalamazoo. Dr.
NORMAN B. ABRAMS was
Rogovein and Mrs. Gary Roggin. Moss, of 23060 Marlow, Oak
when you care enough to remember . .
Debra Showfer was flower girl. Park, previously served as vice named adminstrative director of
Yeshiva University's Rabbi Isaac
Sanford Shapero served his president of the association Elchanan Theological Seminary.
brother as best man. David which is affiliated with the
* *
Lewis was ring-bearer. Ushers Michigan academy. He has also
State Senator CHARLES
were Raymond Marin, Arnold been chairman of the anthropol- BLONDY has announced that
academy.
Bobkin of Toronto, Bernard ogy section of the
* *
he will not be a candidate for
Glieberman, Gerald Ross and
by 'HERMAN JAFFEE
Vice President LYNDON B. re-election and that he plans to
Barry Showfer.
retire
after
serving
in
the
Sen-
LI 2-6373 '
The newlyweds will reside on JOHNSON was presented the
ate for three decades.
Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Home Portraits
1963
Human
Rights
Award
of
Montmartre Court.
Member Northwest Professional Photographers Guild
the Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai
Brith
for
his
"vigorous
Candle Lighting at
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and affirmative activities" as
chairman of the President's Hadassah Ceremony
Committee on Equal Employ-
GRACE YOUR
ment Opportunity. The award
given to the Vice President
FESTIVE TABLE was
at the inaugural dinner of the
1963 ADL Appeal, April 4, at
With
Americana Hotel, New York.
The dinner, marking the open-
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tired vice president of the
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Egt only gland triDaueEd arui
ADL's New York leadership.
SALON De BEAUTE
In gamed
cyr
*
A LARGE
Mrs. ARVIN (VIRCIL) Whea-
BARBER SHOP AND KIDDIE SHOP
VARIETY OF
ton announces the opening of
13518-20 W. 7 MILE
the Wheaton Gallery, Sunday,
WINES
Beaute Salon UN 4-5426
2 to 5 P.M., at 18928 W. Six
at Schaefer
and
Barber Shop UN 4-9734
Mile Road.
Parking Lot
*
Evenings by Appointment
CHAMPAGNES
on Schaefer
A. ALFRED TAUBMAN an-
TO SUIT"
nounced that the Taubman
EVERY TASTE
Company will construct a $20-
million addition to a San Fran-
CONCORD and
cisco Bay region shopping cen-
MALAGA also in
ter.
Dr. Miriam K. Freund, na-
GALLONS AND
* *
tional
chairman of Hadassah's
HALF GALLONS
SAM PETOK, public relations
Zionist
Affairs Committee


■ ■ ■
director for Chrysler-Plymouth
and former national president
Division
of
Chrysler
Corporation,
Gifts
of
The Gift
has been appointed chairman of of Hadassah, lights candles at
■ ■
the 95'th• alumni reunion of a special ceremony at which
K 0 SH E FOCATER LNG '
STRICT
Wayne State University to be a Sefer Torah was presented
Certified strictly
to
the
synagogue
of
the
Ha-
held May 4 at the Latin Quarter.
Kosher by the Chief
* *
dassah-Hebrew U n i v e r sity
Rabbinate of Israel
Rabbi NEIL G. GILLMAN, Medical Center in Jerusalem.
Available Now in
associate registrar, rabbinical The Torah was given to the
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logical Seminary of America, the famed stained glass win-
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Fred Baum
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