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August 02, 1963 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, August 2, 1963 -- 14

Launch Farewell
Exhibit for Detroit
Artist Robert Broner

Sandler-Lawrence
Troth Announced

Levine-Birnkrant
Vows Exchanged

A farewell exhibition for De-
troit artist and teacher Robert
Broner will be held Aug. 1-24
at the new Raven Gallery, 136
Brownell, Birmingham.
Broner, former art director
of the Jewish Center and teach-
er at the Detroit Society of
Arts and Crafts, will be joining
the Art Department of the New
York City Community College
this September.
Broner's work is in the
permanent collection of the
Museum of Modern Art, Gug-
genheim Museum, Brooklyn
Museum, Smithsonian Institute,'
Art Institute of Chicago, Los
Angeles County Museum and
elsewhere.
MISS GINGER SANDLER
MRS. ELLSWORTH LEVINE
Broner lives at 18981 Green-
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. lawn with his wife, Esther, and
Janet Eleanor Birnkrant,
Sandler of Phoenix, Ariz., for- their four children.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
merly of Detroit, have announc-
dore D. Birnkrant of Hendrie
ed the engagement of their
Blvd., Huntington Woods, was
daughter, Ginger, to Allen M.
married to DT. Ellsworth Le-
it
Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs.
vine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Maurice Levine of Los Angeles,
Levine of Lauder Ave. in he
Calif.
garden of her parents' home on
Miss Sandler attended the
July 28. The ceremony was per-
University of Arizona and the
formed by Rabbi Milton Rosen-
University of Southern Cali-
baum of Temple Emanu-El.
fornia. While at USC she was
The bride wore a gown of
president of the Alpha Epsilon
pear lustred silk alpaca in
Phi sorority. Her fiance at-
cameo ivory. The contoured bo-
tended USC and was affiliated
dice and curved toe-touching
with Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
skirt with inverted gathers at
A Sept. 15 wedding is planned
the bow-marked slender waist-
at the Bel Air Hotel in Los
line provided a slim silhouette
Angeles.
for a sculptured midriff-shaping
jacket designed with oval decol-
Woodrow Wilson appointed
letage and tapered midlength
the first Jew to the Supreme
sleeves. Two panels of tulle
Court, Louis D. Brandeis.
overlaid with embroidered Alen-
con lace spread from the should-
THE INVITATION HOUSE
ers at back and swept to an
Invites You
empress train. A silken court
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cap etched with Alencon rose
For a Complete Line of:
motifs held in place her filmy
Personalized Invitations, Nap-
MISS
SHEILAH
KATZ
kins, Matches, Ceramics.
tiered veil of illusion. She
SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT
The engagement of Sheilah carried a spray of phalaenopsis
IN YOUR HOME!
M. Kati to Franklin Milton and ivy with her white Bible.
The bride's sister, Sally, was
Schiff was announced at a re-
cent cocktail party at the home her only attendant. Dr. Jerry
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn was best man. Ushers were
M
ir Samuel A. Katz of Cambridge Allen Bobroff of Grand Rapids,
"Ig
Louis B. Berman, Dr. David
Rd.
MIKE GREEN'S
Parents of the prospective Edgar, Gordon Miller of Chicago
M usic
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. and T. Donald Birnkrant,
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brother of the bride.
**********************: Sam Schiff of Monica Ave.
The newlyweds departed for
The bride-elect attended the

University of Mexico. Her a honeymoon in Mexico. They
Dinner at DARBY'S ! fiance attended Walsh Institute will reside in Royal Oak.
is a real treat
of Accounting and is a student
at Wayne State University. A Pennsylvania Body
• Visit Our New
November wedding is planned. Justifies Absenteeism

UHS High School Sets Record
With 63 Summer Enrollees

As the culminating activity
of its summer school session,
the students of the United -He-
brew High School presented in
Hebrew the humorous skit "The
Banishing of the Devil from
Uncle Ezra", an adaptation from
an Eternal Light script.
Joel Roth, instructor, trans-
lated the play into Hebrew and
was in charge of production be-
fore an audience of the entire
student body and their parents
on July 24.
Albert Elazar, superintendent
of the United Hebrew Schools
and Sylvan J. Ginsburgh, prin-
cipal of the United Hebrew
High School, reported that the
summer session reached a
record enrollment of 63 students
and that it sustained full at-
tendance and student interest

Radomer Aid and Ladies So-
ciety will hold an executive
board meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the Workmen's Circle, 18340
W. Seven Mile. Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Waterman will act as
host and hostess.

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within the four weeks.
At a commencement party on
July 25, Mr. Mangel, who is on
a two-year leave for Israel, was
presented with a going-away
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