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July 19, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-19

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PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will hold its annual
Child Rescue Fund luncheon
noon Tuesday at the home of
Fanny Stein, 12921 Northfield,
Oak Park. Other hostesses are
Mesdames J. Aaron, William
Belinsky, M. Binen, M. Green,
S. Gross, M. Greenberg, S. Na-
dek, N. Pushkin and S. Plaf-
kin. Friends are invited.
* * *
SENIOR BICUR CHOLEM
will hold a fund-raising luncheon
1 p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Beth

Rubins • Celebrate
50th Anniversary

MR. AND MRS. RUBIN

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rubin,
residents of the Jewish Home
for Aged, 11501 Petoskey, were
honored at a party at the home
on the occasion of their 50th
wedding anniversary.
The Older Adult Choir, di-
rected by Cantor Nicholas Fena-
kel, provided entertainment,
with :Mrs. Ruth. Goldman as
soloist and Bella Goldberg as
accompanist. Four generations
of the Rubin family attended
the affair, including Mrs. Ru-
bin's mother, Mrs. Anna Satov-
sky. Children of the Rubins are
Mrs. Theodore Adelberg and
Jules Rubin of New York. They
have five grandchildren.

Repertory Theater
at U-D Makes Its
Mark With 2 Plays

Repertory theaters are gain-
ing momentum and are attract-
ing ever growing audiences, and
Detroit's theaters are no excep-
tion.
Rising to new heights for its
theatrical performance is the
University of Detroit Repertory
Theater, which has acquired
new fame with its current festi-
val which started on Tuesday.
Two p 1 a y s, Shakespeare's
"Much Ado About Nothing" and
Shaw's "Captain Brassbound's
Conversion," commenced a run
that will continue through Aug.
4 on alternate nights.
Both were excellently direct-
ed and both casts performed
skilfully, providing genuine de-
light for overflow audiences.
James Rodgers and Evelyn Mac-
Queen, the directors, and their
casts deserve highest praise for
dedicated tasks that have ele-
vated repertory theater activi-
ties here to new heights.

Branch 7 Will Hold
Planning Session

Branch Seven, Labor Zionist
Organization, will meet Sunday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs.' Sol Glosser, 18986 Cherry-
lawn.
The meeting will be devoted
to program planning for the
coming year and plans will be
made for the annual garden
party to be held in August. Re-
freshments will be served. For
information, please call UN
1-4434. Glosser is program
chairman. Celia Dunn is social
chairman.

Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah. Friends
are invited, according to Mrs.
Lena Techner.
* * *
GOODFELLOWSHIP CLUB
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will hold
its annual picnic Sunday at
Palmer Park. The public is in-
vited.
* * *
EQUALITY CLUB will hold a
garden luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Betty
Berkowitz, 18048 Northlawn.
Doris Schwartz is co-chairman.
Guests are invited. Proceeds will
go to charity. For reservations,
call UN 3-6737.
* * *
ROSENWALD LADIES AUX- MRS. LAWRENCE KRUGEL
ILIARY, Atherican Legion, will
Temple Beth Sholom, Roslyn
sponsor "A Pot Lot Luncheon"
garden party 12:30 p.m. Tuesday Heights, N. Y., was the setting
at the home of Mrs. Rebecca on June 30 for the marriage of
Mitchell, 20471 Lauder. Members Carol Galinkin, daughter of Mr.
can call Mrs. Lydia Slakter, VE and Mrs. George Galinkin of
6-8174, or Rebecca Mitchell for Laurelton, N. Y., to Lawrence
Krugel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
information.
* * *
D. Krugel of Cherrylawn Ave.
LADIES of YESHIVA BETH
The bride wore a gown of
YUHUDA and WOMEN'S SAB- white silk organza designed with
BATH LEAGUE will hold a mid- a short jacket over a bodice of
summer meeting 12:30 p.m. July satin, with Swiss embroidery on
24 at the Yeshiva Bldg., pre- the edge of the jacket and elbow-
ceded by a luncheon sponsored length sleeves. The skirt was
by Mrs. Jennie Plotkin. Sho- floor-length with a band of satin
shana Fealk will present a pro- at the hem and also the Swiss
gram of Yiddish readings. Mrs. embroidery above it. The train
Walter Epstein is social hostess was a large double bow of satin
and will be assisted by Mes- with a double panel of satin
dames Rose. Bieleivich, Esther falling Chapel length from the
Sachs, Bertha Faigenbaum, Pearl bow. The veil was a pill box of
Leader and Kate Rubin. Mrs. silk organza flowers caught with
Isadore Ikvin will preside. Pro- silk illusion veiling in several
gram chairman is Mrs. Milton tiers, falling fingertip length.
Winston. Friends are invited.
Her bouquet was orchids, stepha-
* * *
notis and roses.
Marcia Kallman was maid of
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, announces a pre- honor. • Bridesmaids were Roz
convention luncheon to be held Friedman and Mrs. Joel Adel-
noon July 22 at the Labor Zion- man. Carol Krugel, sister of the
ist Institute. Guests are invited. bridegroom, and Brenda Rifkin,
For reservations, call Mrs. Faye cousin of the bride, were junior
bridesmaids.
Bloom, LI 6-9288._
Richard Krugel served his
* *
JEWISH WOMEN EURO- brother as best man. Ushers were
PEAN WELFARE organization Larry Galinkin, brother of the
will hold a luncheon and games bride, Steven Rifkin, cousin of
party sponsored by Mrs. Morris the bride, Ronald Spinner, cousin
Miller, president, noon July 22 of the bridegroom, John Fried,
at the Jerico Temple, 18495 Hal Hutensky, Joel Adelman,
Wyoming. A plaque, made by I. and Fred Rothman.
The newlyweds left for a hon-
Portner, will be given away. For
eymoon in Jamaica and Puerto
information, call UN 4-1639.
Rico. Upon their return, they
* * *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER, will reside in Ann Arbor.
Mizrachi W o m e n's Organiza-
tion, will give a dime bank
luncheon 12:30 p.m. July 23 at
the home of hostess Mrs. Meyer
Minkin, 18603 B i r w o o d. Co-
hostess is Mrs. Jonas Tongow.
For information, call dime bank
chairman Mrs. Leon Wolock,
JAMES N. LAKER was the
LI 7-1829.
recipient of an award presented
* * *
annually by District Grand
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHA- Lodge No. Six. The presentation
BAD STUDY GROUP will meet was made by Jack Faber, district
3:30 p.m. Saturday, at the chairman of press and publicity,
home of Mrs. I. Kaplan, 17181 at the recent convention in Chi-
Cherrylawn. The speaker will cago. Laker is editor of "Mar-
be Rabbi I. Kaplan. Chairman shall News," the publication of
is Mrs. Tzippora Baiter.
Louis Marshall Lodge, which took
* .* *
first place in the contest spon-
LACHOVER LADIES AUX- sored by the District. Laker is a
ILIARY will hold its annual past president of the Detroit
picnic Sunday at Palmer Park. Bnai Brith Council and of Mar-
Friends are invited. Proceeds shall Lodge. He was also associ-
will go to charitable causes in ate editor of "Daily Doings,"
Israel.
the daily district Grand Lodge
Convention publication. He was
recently appointed public rela-
tions director for Marsha 11
Lodge and will also serve as a
PERFECTION LODGE will consultant on indoctrination and
hold its annual golf outing from by-laws and is one of the repre-
8 a.m. to noon July 23 at the sentatives to the Jewish Com-
Western Golf and Country Club munity Council.
* * •
on Kinloch Rd., three blocks
SERVICE COMMITTEE FOR
south of Fenkel and west of
Telegraph. The cost is $10 per ARMED FORCES AND VET-
person plus green fees. This in- ERANS will entertain patients
cludes lunch to 2:30 p.m., din- at the Marine Hospital with an
ner at 7 p.m., swimming pool, outdoor barbecue and variety
locker rooms and other facili- show 1 p.m. Sunday, according
ties. For information and reser- to Sol Steinberg, chairman. As-
vations, call Dan Natow, chair- sisting him will be Robert Rud-
man, at WE 3-0580 or Arthur man, Sherman Goldman,
Mevis, co-chairman. Abraham Charles Goldstein, Sanford Plis-
Waronoff is Worshipful Master. kow, Irving Berger, Sam Zie-
man, Murray Krugel, Albert
You may divulge a secret to Spinner, Ben Lusky, David
but one in a thousand.—Ben sira Friedman and Fred Stocker.

Brith

Wayne Registration Falls on Holy
Days; Jews Given Alternate Dates

Registration for the fall quar-
ter at Wayne State University
will take place on Sept. 19 and
20, which are the two days of
Rosh Hashonoh.
Dr. Max Kapustin, director of
the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation
at Wayne State, announces that
the following arrangements have
been made for Jewish students
who have to register on these
dates.
They may secure a note from
the Hillel office, which will en-
able them to register on Monday,
the 23rd, without penalty.
Dr. Kapustin urges all Jewish
students who are presently at
Wayne State University, and
first-time registrants who have
received all their admission
papers by July 22, to avail them-
selves of the early registration
period which begins at that date
and will last for four weeks.
This will eliminate the possibil-
ity of being excluded from
desired .courses which may be
filled up quickly.
For information, students may

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