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July 05, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-05

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In a double ring ceremony on
June 18 at Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue, Geta Marilyn Aaron,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
B. Aaron of Cambridge Rd., was
wed to Jay Michael Richman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Melville.
J. Richman of Marlowe Ave.
Rabbis Jacob Segal and Hayim
Donin, and Cantors Nicholas
Fenakel and Hyman Adler offi-
The bride wore a gown of
ivory peau de soie, with a
Bateau neckline, short sleeves
of ivory hand-corded Alencon
lace. The sheath skirt had gar-
lands of hand-corded Alencon
lace and a removable chapel-
length train. She wore a fitted
cap of ivory silk organza, out-
lined in silk motifs, with a
shoulder - length pouf veil of
ivory silk illusion.
Mrs. Donald Aaron, sister-in-
law of the bride, was matron
of honor, and Gail Ellen Rich-
man, sister of the bridegroom,
was maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Melvin Wolf and Mrs.
Alfred Shaw, sisters of the
bride; Mrs. Norman Hubert and
Mrs. Steve Aarons of Toronto.
Donald Aaron, brother of the
bride, served as best man, and
the ushers were Kenneth Feld-
man, Robert Denison, Jack Ros-
enzweig, Ralph Ehrenpreis, Dr.
Alfred Shaw, Dr. Melvin Wolf
and Stanley Rodbell of Wash-
ington, D.C., and Gerald Saltz-
man of Chicago.
After a honeymoon at the
Concord, the newlyweds will re-
side in Ann Arbor, where the
bridegroom is attending the
College of Dentistry at the
University of Michigan.


`Good Team Member'
Cohen Gets Sabbaths
Off from Treasurer

Irwin Cohen is 22, he is a
clerk in the office of Wayne
County Treasurer Louis Funk—
and he is a Sabbath observer.
And Louis Funk and the Dep-
uty County Treasurer Sol Slom-
ovitz make it possible for him to
observe the Sabbath and the
Jewish holidays by letting him
make up the time he loses dur-
ing the winter months, when he
quits work two hours earlier on
Fridays, and on festival days
when he abstains from work.
Irwin now is in the limelight
as a star pitcher. In the opening
game of the Wayne Treasurer's
team, he defeated the Depart-
ment of Social Welfare team,
14 to 12. On top of it, he was a
"four-for-four" player, getting
four hits in his four times at
With the County Treasurer's
office for the past three years,
Irwin Cohen is a member of Lo-
cal 116-595. He is a graduate of
Central High School, attended
IBM School and the Detroit In-
stitute of Commerce.
County Treasurer Funk says
he is a good worker and "a good
team member all the way."


meet July 8 at the home of
Mrs. G. Solomon, 16809 San
* * *
DETROIT LINK. Order of the
Golden Chain, will hold its an-
nual "Associate Night" honoring
Beverly Kozin 8 p.m. Monday
at Raleigh House. Following the
meeting there will be a "Price
Is Right Program" and refresh-
ments. On July 21, a Bob-Lo
outing is planned for members
and friends. Prizes will be given
away for games played during
the outing and also free treats.
For information, contact Martin
Hollander, DI 1-9107.
* * *
RACHI will hold its annual
nomination and election of of-
ficers on Thursday at Holiday
Manor. Refreshments will be
served. Mrs. Joseph (Bessie)
Kunin, past president, present-
ly living in California, will be
guest of the day, according to
Mrs. Morris Goldberg, presi-
* * *
WARD BRANCH will meet
noon Monday at Jericho Tem-
ple. Organization officers are
Mesdames Morris Miller, pres-
ident; 0. H. Kavieff, Ben Fish-
man, L. Honigman, Philip
Schlussel, I. Plaskov, Harry
Stolsky and Max Vernon, vice-
presidents; Ida G olds m i t h,
treasurer; H. Stolsky, Julius
Schlussel and Pauline Wein-
stein, secretaries; Goldie Dorf-
man, Rose Dresser, L. Levine
and Charles Hanenberg, trus-
tees; Jack Seder, Fannie Kor-
onov, Ida Ducker and Elsa
Palmer, committee chairmen.
North Woodward Branch offi-
cers are Mesdames Rose Zuck-
e r m a n, honorary president;
Sadie Haut, president; Mollie
Baseman, G. Cardash, R. Nee-
dle and Eva Landsman, vice-
presidents; Birdie Zaff, treas-
urer; and Morris Miller, secre-
tary. Dessert luncheon will be
* * *
ILIARY, American Legion, will
hold its annual victory lunch-
eon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
House of Chung. The affair is
for members and friends who
contributed to the success of
"Poppy Day" and the games
fund-raising. Call Lydia Slak-
ter, VE 6-8174, for reservations.
* * *
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
home of Minnie Bloom. an
nounces President Betty Berko-
* * *
ZATION will give a luncheon
outing for the patients of
Northville State Hospital on


year-old veteran of all media
of entertainment, arrives at
Northland Playhouse Tuesday
in the Broadway comedy hit
which had New York audiences
laughing for 85 weeks in 1961-
62, Neil Simon's "Come Blow
Your Horn." Mickey Rooney
and Bobby Van, cavorting in
"Thee Tunnel. of Love," com-
plete their engagement at
Northland On Sunday.
* *

Starting Sunday, the Guild,
12719 Gratiot, will present for
a limited engagement of four
days only two Jewish. films,
"Yiddle With His Fiddle" star-
ring Molly Picon, and Lucy and
Drive a car? Save a life. For Misha Gehrman in "A Brivele
information, call the Michigan Der Mamen" (A Letter to
Cancer Foundation, TEmple Mother). Both pictures are in
Yiddish with English titles. _


Former Judge Charles Rubi-
ner, one of Detroit Jewry's
leading figures here for many
years, will mark his 65th birth-
day on Wednesday, but his
many friends will be compelled

Dodge Dealer
Sets Fast Pace

Starting a new automobile
dealership is a tough challenge
anytime, anywhere, but in a
town like Pontiac (population
82,233). which is an established
manufacturing center for a
competitive make of car, it re-
quires more than capital and
Paul Newman. 49, president
of Spartan Dodge, which open-
ed its doors
last Jan. 10 in
Pontiac, is
proving that
experie n c e
and success
breed further
sales success.
In the 152
days from
opening d a y
until July 1,
Paul New-
man's fledg-
ling deale r-
ship has sold
467 automo-
tive units and
22 trucks.
To back this
sales record. Newman
Newman has 31 years of expe-
rience in the auto industry that
began with his first car sale at
the age of 18.
Starting from "scratch" with
a new dealership is not new to
him, either. In 1946, he joined
his brother, Harry Newman,
University of Michigan all-
American football star, and
helped to build Harry Newman
Motor Sales into Michigan's
largest Mercury dealer. Last
year, Paul Newman resigned as
secretary-general manager to
organize Spartan Dodge, Inc.
More than $98,000 has been
invested in the remodeled
building at 211 South Saginaw
Street, Pontiac, to provide
complete sales and service.
Service facilities can accommo-
date 16 cars at one time. Event-
ually, 40 persons will be em-
ployed in the fast-growing en-
terprise, according to Newman.
The Newmans live at 25648
Filmore Place, Southfield. with
their son, Robert.' who attends
Southfield High School. Anoth-
er son, Henry, is district circu-
lation manager for Life Maga-
zine in Miami, Fla.

Law Would Designate
Einstein Memorial Day

resolution designating March
14 of each year as Albert Ein-
stein Memorial Day, was intro-
! (Weed in the House of Repre-
sentatives by Rep. Leonard
Farbstein, New York Democrat.
Farbstein also called for annual
observance of the date by Presi-
dential proclamation.

to wait until Aug. 1 before they
will be able to reach him with
their congratulations because
he and Mrs. Rubiner are cele-
brating the occasion vacation-
ing in Europe.
Born in Traverse City in 1898,
the son of the late Abraham
and Mary (Shetzer) Rubiner, he
was educated in the Detroit
public schools and the Univer-
sity of Detroit Law School. He
was class orator of the class
of 1919 at U. of D., graduating
cum laude. Later, he lectured
to post-graduate law classes at
the university.
Rubiner practiced law in De-
troit until 1928, when he was
appointed assistant attorney-
general for the state of Michi-
gan. Later, he became counsel
to Governor Wilbur M. Brucker.
The governor appointed him
to fill a vacancy on the Com-
mon Pleas bench in 1931, and
he was elected for a full term
in 1933. In 1939 he returned to
private practice, but has re-
mained prominent in civic life
as chairman of the Mayor's City
of Detroit Youth Committee;
chairman of a World War II
draft board for six years, and a
member of the board of the
Detroit Round Table of Catho-
lics. Protestants and Jews.
The roster of his positions in
the Jewish community is an in-
dication of Rubiner's deep con-
cern with every phase of Jewish
life. He is a former president,
and now an honorary board
member, of the Jewish Commu-
nity Center; former president
of Congregation Shaarey Zedek;
a former member of the board
of governors of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, and a member
of the boards of the United He-
brew Schools, United Syna
gogue of America, Jewish Com-
munity Council and the Zionist
Organization of Detroit.
In 1925, Rubiner was married
to Selma Zechman. They reside
at 22901 S. Bellwood Dr., South-
field. They have two sons, Ar-
thur James, who is associated
with his father in the practice
of law, and Walter Jerome. a
City Bank official.

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Barbara Schechter was wed to
Allen Morton Cohen in a cere-
mony performed by Rabbi Ben-
jamin Gorrelick and Canter
David Bagley on June 20 at
Raleigh House.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schechter
of Rosemont Ave. and Sam
Cohen of Southfield.
After a honeymoon in Chi-
cago, the couple plan to reside
on Coolidge Hwy., Oak Park.

Ilona Altschuler's
Art Classes Start
at Field's Studio

Children's art classes will start
at Sam Field's Art Studio, 18090
Wyoming, on July 11.
Field announced that the
classes will be conducted by
Ilona Altschuler, noted artist
and art teacher.
Reservations for the classes
are being taken at the studio
and information is available by
calling UN 3-1031.

Max Schrut

For Good Photographs
and Prompt Service
Call me at


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We Come to Your Home
With Samples

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Festival Pianos Played
One Day at Cobo Arena



Musk Lessons Included

Steinway - Steck - Knabe



15 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, July 5, 1963


Judge Charles Rubiner Marks His Cohen-Schechter
65th Birthday on European Tour Vows Exchancred

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