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May 17, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-17

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Rothbard-Rubin
Women's ORT
Troth Announced
Installation to
Feature Fashion

Levitt-Blatnihoff
Engagement _Told

Officers of the Michigan Re-
gion of Women's American ORT
Organization for Rehabilitation
Through Tkaining) will be in-
stalled at ceremonies to be held
noon May 24 at the Franklin
Hills Country Club.
Mrs. Harold Kukes will be in-
stalling officer. The invocation
will be offered by Mrs. B. David
Ruby. Mrs. Bernard Goldman, is
chairman of the day.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Harry Becker, national executive
board chairman in charge of
southern states expansion. She
will report on her last overseas
mission to the ORT installations.
Program chairman Mrs. Charles
MISS NATALIE LEVITT
Levin has arranged a fashion
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. • Levitt show.
Mrs. Nathan H. Schlafer, presi-
announce the engagement of dent, advises that members and
their daughter, Natalie Lois, to their guests are invited to at-
Sidney Lyle Blatnikoff, son of tend this culminating luncheon.
Mrs. Faye Blatnikoff and the Reservations may be made by
late Mr. Blatnikoff. A June 14, calling Mrs. Charles Levin, UN
1964, wedding is planned.
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was the scene for the May 12
wedding of Carol Regina Baer
to Alan Camiener, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Camiener of Cov-
ington Dr. Rabbi Harold Hahn of
Temple Beth El officiated. At-
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Mr. and Mrs. Sidney I. Roth-
bard, 185 Ronald Drive, Fair-
field, Conn., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Phyllis, to Dr. Allen F. Rubin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M.
Rubin of Detroit.
Miss Rothbard attended Rus-
sell Sage College and is now a
junior at the University of Ariz-
ona. Plans have been made for
the prospective bride to com-
plete her education with the
University of Maryland, Far
Eastern Division. Dr. Rubin is
serving as captain in the United
States Army. He completed his
undergraduate training at the
University of Detroit, where he
was a member of Phi Sigma
Delta fraternity, and received
his D. D. S. degree from North-
western University School of
Dentistry, where he belonged to
the Alpha Omega National Den-
tal fraternity. A June wedding
is planned.

ngagements

The engagement of Phyllis
Lee Riskin to Kenneth Rosen-
berg is announced. The bride-
elect is the daughter of Saul
Riskin of Flint and the late
Anne Riskin. Her fiance is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ro-
senberg of Forest Hills, N.Y. A
Sept. 1 wedding is planned. Miss
Riskin attends Flint Junior Col-
lege and her fiance is a senior
at New—York University.

Galens Fellowship
Won by Goldman .for
Internship in Israel

Sidney Goldman, a junior in
the University of Michigan Medi-
cal School, has been awarded the
Galens Foreign Fellowship of the
Galens Honorary Society, to take
a clinical internship at Hadassah
Hospital in Jerusalem for a
three-month 'period beginning in
September.
A graduate of Mumford High
School and Dartmouth College,
he is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Perry Goldman of Detroit.

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ing ,photographs and coins will
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A Youth Arts Day for Teens
and Tweens will be held at the
Jewish Center 1-9 p.m. May 26.
There will be a "Film Follies"
Buffet" from 1 to 3 p.m., with
continuous showing of special
films. From 3 to 5 p.m., there
will be demonstrations of weav-
ing, glass blowing, pottery throw-
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be folk singing, a demonstration
of theater technique, one act
plays presented by the Theater
Guild and a Dancer Guild pres-
entation.

Mr. and Mrs. Irving I. Green-
berg of Santa Rosa Dr. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Marlene, • to Rabbi Gerald
Werner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert A. Werner of Van Nuys,
Calif. The bride-elect is a junior
in the College of Liberal Arts
at Wayne State University. Her
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Yeshiva in Wickliffe, 0., is pres-
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