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June 28, 1963 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-28

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Lana Gould Wed
to Herbert Gordon

People
Make News

Union Buys $10,000 in Israel Bonds

Bas Mitzvahs

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cohen,
former Detroiters now living at
71 Maple Terrace, Battle Creek,
announce the Bas Mitzvah of
their daughter, Hedy, will be
obServed at Temple Beth El
in Battle Creek.

JOSEPH E.

RUDA has re-
ceived a Certificate of Educa-
tion at the Wright-Patterson
Air Force Base in Ohio. SAN-
DRA ROCHELLE RUDA, a re-
cent graduate of Oak Park
High School, received the 1963
Crisco Award as an outstand-
ing student in home economics.
Joseph and Sandra are the
children of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham L. Ruda of W. Nine Mile,
Oak Park.

BONNIE FIELD, recent grad-
uate of Mumford High School,
received a special Spanish award
after four years of study of the
MRS. HERBERT GORDON
language with an all-A record.
A garden wedding was held on
• * *
June 16 uniting in marriage
DORE
SCHARY,
playwright,
Lana Gould and Herbert Gordon.
A double-ring ceremony was per- author and producer, will give
formed by Rabbi Milton Rosen- a talk entitled "Something about
Writing" as part of Brandeis
baum.
Lana is the daughter of Mrs. University's fifth annual Sum-
Matilda Gould of Oak Park and mer Adult Institutes, to be held
the late Max Gould. Herbert is during the weeks of July 28
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob and Aug. 4.
* * *
Gordon of Oak Park.
The bride wore an Italian im-
Program Director NORBERT
ported silk linen cocktail dress, REINSTEIN and Senior Health
a, fingertip veil with a seed pearl Educator HILDE BEATY of
tiara and carried her Bible cov- the Tuberculosis and Health
ered with orchids and stephan- Society is directing a session
otis.
of the School Health Education
Hhe attendants were her sis- Workshop to be held at the
ter, Mrs. Albert Kramer, matron University of Detroit through
of honor; Mrs. Harry Gordon, July 8. They will show a film
bridesmaid, and her nieces, and conduct a discussion on
Maxine and Rhonda Kramer, as tuberculosis and respiratory dis-
junior bridesmaid and flower eases. from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
girl.
next Wednesday.
Harry Gordon, brother of the
* * *
bridegroom, was best man, and
Donald Weinbaum, usher.
IRVING MITCHEL FELT, ac-
After a honeymoon in New tive in a number of Jewish vol-
York City and the Concord, the untary health and welfare insti-
newlyweds will be at home at tutions, has been elected presi-
the Ambassador East Apart- dent of the Federation of Jewish
ments in Royal Oak.
Philanthropies of New York.

.

Anmouncements

June 25—To Mr. and Mrs.
June 16—To Mr. and Mrs.
Monte Nagler (Susan Simons), Gerald M. Avrin (Leila Kop-
of Meyers Avenue, a daughter, stei n, formerly of Chicago),
Kathryn Elizabeth.
27689 Doreen, Farmington, a
* * *
daughter, Eve Michele.

*
June 21 To Mr. and Mrs.
June 14 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Gordon B. Cutler (Iris Fern Er-
lich) of Mayfield Heights, 0. Martin J. Frank (Elizabeth Ruth
(formerly of Detroit), a son, Shetzer), former Detroiters now
Andrew Joel.
- living in Maplewood, N.J., a son,
* * *
Marc Steven.
* *
June 20—To Mr. and Mrs.
June 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Vic-
Herbert Gubow (Rosalind
Tucker), of 16219 Wooding- tor Widenbaum (Ronna Leff),
ham, a daughter, Suzann Gail. a son, Jonathan Joel.
• * *
May 31 — To Mr. and Mrs.
June 18 — To Mr, and Mrs.
Mel Wasserman (Marlene Kol- Kalman Harry Ungar (Margaret
tonow). 29828 Curtis, Livonia, a Isenberg) . 28406 Aberdeen,
Southfield, a daughter, Judy
daughter, Lori Ellen.
Sue.
*
*
Recommended by Physicians
May 24 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Greene (Myra Cohen),
21630 Parklawn, Oak Park, a
son,• Kenneth Alan.
* * *
Expert Mohel
May 24 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
Seymour A. Ungar (Sharlene
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Lewis), 19532 Parker, Livonia,
twins, Michele Ann and Michael
Norman.
RABBI CHASKEL
• * *
May 23 — To Mr. and Mrs.
GRUBNER
Sanford N. Lakin (Rochelle
SPECIALIZED MOHEL
Barr) of Southfield, a daughter,
Recommended by Physicians
Blythe Karen.
Serving in Hospitals and Homes

RABBI
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Tannenhauses
Mark Golden Date

Mr. and Mrs. Max Tannen-
haus, 18301 Steel, will be hon-
ored on their 50th wedding anni-
versary with a dinner party to
be given Saturday at Jeri's Res-
taurant by their children, Mrs.
Joseph Ehrlich of Torrance,
Calif.; Mrs. Milton Bielfield,
Mrs. Meyer Berk, Joseph and
Sam and Irving of Los Angeles.
The couple have 11 grandchil-
dren.

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Local 337 of the Food and Beverage Drivers, Warehouse-
men and Helpers Union, purchased $10,000 in Israel Bonds
in advance of the Harry Schumer testimonial held last week.
At the purchase were Robert Holmes, president of the local;
William Hordes, a co-chairman of the Labor Zionist Movement-
Landsmanshaften Israel Bond campaign, and Walter Schuler,
secretary-treasurer of the local.

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The Creative Woman' by Dorothy Goldberg
Wife of Supreme Court justice, Due Aug. 22

Creativity — in art, in the
home, in relations with other
people—is the theme of a new
and thoughtful book by Dorothy
Goldberg, the talented wife of
Arthur J. Goldberg, former
Secretary of Labor and our
newest Supreme Court Justice.
The book—"The Creative Wo-
man"—will be published Aug.
22, by Robert B. Luce, Inc.
Mrs. Goldberg has had a suc-
cessful career herself as an art-
ist, as well as a rounded life as
wife and mother.
Her book is addressed to
every woman: the young moth-
er, coping with a constant round
of diapers, bottles, and nursery
tears; the wife of a busy man,
left to her own devices now that
her children have grown and
left home; the older woman,
past middle age, who still longs
to take part in the world's
work.
Mrs. Goldberg discusses the
demands on every woman's
time, love, and loyalties and
how she can meet them without
slighting anyone too much, in-
cluding herself. As an antidote
for the near-desperation of be-
ing too busy, or not busy
enough, she offers this solution•
to create harmony in a home
where there might be chaos; to
create beauty in a painting or
poem, even if the attempt seems
awkward and rudimentary; to
create a happier climate and
environment outside the home
by volunteering one's services
to the community.
By using her creative instincts
and by developing her inner
"self," a woman may find both
her own unique potential and a
clearer understanding of her
own needs, Mrs. Goldberg be-
lieves.

It is this comparison between
the artist's world and the world
of everyday life that gives "The
Creative Woman" its special
quality. A gifted painter her-
helf, Mrs. Goldberg provides
knowledgeable and provocative
opinions on the artist's role in
society, some insights into the
nature of creativity, some means
by which parents can be cre-
ative as they encourage creative
inclinations in their children.
The jacket of the books is
illustrated with one of Mrs.
Goldberg's original lithographs.

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