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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-13

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Friday, Sept. 13, 1963 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — 40



activities in Society

The Bernstein Family Club will hold a weenie roast 8:30 p.m.
Sept. 22 at Oak Park Park. Attending will be the Jack Sterns,
Sam Kershes, Henry Gordons, Bernard Indenbaums and Sanford
Kritzers and Roslyn Kersh and Ida Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ring of Snowden Ave. had as their
guests for the Labor Day holiday their daughter, Estelle, her
husband, Dr. Lawrence Meskin, and son, Scott, of Minneapolis,
Minn. Also visiting them were their son, Dr. Alvin Manual Ring,
and his fiancee, Cynthia Jacobson of New York City.
Cornfield Family Club will meet Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Mintz, 17511 Kentucky.
Recently returned from Israel are Philip N. Eichner, 19,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eichner, 19997 Marlowe, and Harvey
Slafkin, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Samuel Slafkin, 23081 Marlow,
Oak Park. The two were in a workshop group of 38 young
Americans to spend a year working, studying and traveling
throughout Israel on the Habonim Youth Workshop program.
The Mizrachi Hatzair Inter-Collegiates of Detroit were repre-
sented by Judy Weinman, Eva Cik and Barbara Harris at a recent
convention held at the Petersborough Moshava, Canada. They will
report to their group on the parley at a meeting 8 p.m. Sunday
at the Mizrachi office, 17596 Wyoming.
Paula R. Goldman of Farmington and Sheila H. Landsman of
Oak Park have just returned from New York where they attended
the National Conference of Iota Alpha Pi Sorority.
Jules Doneson of the Jules Doneson Travel Agency recently
attended a reception and inspection of the new "Carmania" in
Montral.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Sherman, 19330 Warrington, celebrated
their 40th anniversary Sept. 1 at Raleigh .House with their family.
Guests were the A. Factors and daughter, Lisa from Los Angeles,
Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Velick and son, D. Larry Sherman,
from Miami, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rafalow and daughter,
Diane, from Milwaukee, Wisc.; Dr. and Mrs. James Freedman of
New Haven, Conn.; Mrs. Sherman's sister, Mrs. Charles Waite of
Montgomery, Ala.; and brothers and sisters from Cleveland, 0.,
and Bay City. A brunch for out of town guests was given Sept. 2
by Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Velick and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Velick of
Oak Park.
Included among members of the freshman class at Yeshiva
University's Stern College for Women in New York City are
Sharon Duchan, 19339 Mendota; Karen Steinman, 3526 Hiawatha,
Muskegon; and Toby E. Engel, 15551 Addison, Southfield.
Dr. and Mrs. Martin Schwartz have moved to Boston, where
Dr. Schwartz will specialize in oral surgery.
The children of Harry Cohen announce an open house in
honor of their father's 80th birthday, 2-5 p.m., Sunday, at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. There will be no cards and the family asks that
no gifts be given.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Grossman, 20120 Appoline, will hold open
house 2-5 p.m. Sept. 22 for their children, Hillel and Ahudah,
who are visiting from Kibbutz Ein Dor, Israel.

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Silverman to Take
Part in Dedication at
Harry Truman Library

Rosenberg-Riskin
Rites Solemnized

MRS. KENNETH ROSENBERG

Phyllis Riskin was wed to
Kenneth Rosenberg in a recent
ceremony at Cong. Beth Israel,
Flint.
The newlyweds' parents are
Saul Riskin of W. Witherbee St.,
Flint, and the late Mrs. Riskin
and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rosen-
berg of New York City.
The bride wore a floor-length
satin gown styled with a bateau
neckline, cap sleeves and a con-
trolled skirt, distinguished by a
pleated cummerbund securing a
floating back panel. A white
satin rose held her illusion veil.
She carried a prayer book cover-
ed with an elongated arrange-
ment of miniature white roses.
Nancy Rosenberg, the bride-
groom's sister, was maid of
honor. Flower girl was Rhonda
Makrouer.
Alfred Riskin, brother of the
bride, was best man. Ushers
were the bride's cousins, Harvey
Jacobs, Edwin Rabin, Dr. Eli
Shapiro and Dr. Arthur Sha-
piro.
Following a honeymoon trip
to Canada and the Catskill
Mountains, the couple will make
their home in New York City.

Brevities

DETROIT JEWI S'H FOLK
CHORUS seeks new singers of
folk songs, cantatas and orato-
rios in Yiddish, English and
Hebrew. Auditions are being
p In Istanbul it's
held 8:30 p.m. Mondays at the
Jewish Music Center, 14868
Schaefer. For information, call
Harvey Schreibman, GR 4-6412.
* * *
MICHIGAN OPERA COMPANY
But in Detroit it's
CHORAL SOCIETY will begin
rehearsals for the coming season
8 p.m. Sept. 16 at 9115 Twelfth.
Interested singers may telephone
the director, Joel Ebersole, VE
7-4070.
NOODLES
* * *
The National Planning Asso-
The Detroit Rose Society, in
ciation report sees Michigan's
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affiliation with the American
population 10 million in 1976.
Rose Society announces the
1963 AUTUMN ROSE SHOW,
to be held at the Detroit His-
torical Museum, Woodward at
Kirby, Sept. 21 and 22.
* * *
Wilber H. Mack, president of
the Detroit Grand Opera Asso-
ciation, sponsors of the METRO-
POLITAN OPERA SEASON,
stated that seven operas, six
evening performances and a
Saturday matinee, will be pre-
sented May 25-30 in Detroit's
Masonic Temple Auditorium.
Chosen for opening night is
Puccini's "La Boheme," follow-
ed in order by Mozart's "Don
Giovanni," Gounod's "Faust,"
Massenet's "M a n o n,' Verdis
"Aida; Donizetti's "Lucia Di
Lammermoor" (the matinee)
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and Verdi's "Falstaff." The
Under Strict U.S. Government DEPARTMENT OF
opening night performance will
Inspection and Orthodox AGRICULTURE
again benefit the Detroit Sym-
EST. I.
Rabbinical Supervision.
phony Orchestra.
* * *
HERMINA PETRESCU, an
Israeli actress who recently re-
turned from concert tours in
Europe, Asia, South America,
South Africa and Canada, will
appear in recital here Sept. 25
at the Detroit Institute of Arts
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G. :8R114
Auditorium. For tickets, call
821-2535.

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Detroiter Sidney Silverman
will be among the principals in
dedication ceremonies Sept. 17
for a 35th Division Memorial
Room in the Harry S. Truman
Library in Independence, Mo.
Silverman, 19495 Monica, is
national president of the 35th
Division Association. He will
preside at its 46th annual re-
union Sept. 20-22 in Little Rock,
Ark. Among the presidents of
the Association preceding Sil-
verman's leadership are former
President Truman and Gov.
Orval E. Faubus of Arkansas.

Plymouth State Home and Nursing School
Seeks Volunteers to Help Mentally Retarded

A concerted effort to enlist
the services of 125 new volun-
teers by October is being made
by the Auxiliary at Plymouth
State Home and Training
School.
The first volunteer organiza-
tion in the country to serve in
a state institution for the men-
tally retarded, the Auxiliary is
holding an informal coffee
meeting 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in
the auditorium of the Admin-
istration- Building on Sheldon
Rd. at Five Mile Rd. between
Plymouth and Northville.
The two-hour orientation will
include a general introduction
to • the field of mental retarda-
tion; the State Home's philoso-
phy, goals, and programs; the
Auxiliary's variety of services
and a tour of the facilities.
For those who cannot volun-
teer on a regular basis, there
are opportunities for drivers,
personal shoppers, artists, car-
penters, music and dance in-
structors, entertainers and many
others who would be on an "on
call" basis to serve as the need
arises.
Various projects that commu-
nity organizations may under-
take include sewing and mend-
ing, remembering forgotten
children, sponsoring programs
and parties, raising funds, horti-
cultural therapy, stamp books

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Although special skills and
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prerequisite for. a volunteer is
a sincere interest in helping
the children to achieve their
maximum level of potential ca-
pabilities.
Any interested persons or
groups in the metropolitan and
suburban areas of Detroit are
invited to attend. Contact the
Community Relations Depart-
ment (GL 3-1500) for informa-
tion.

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Moritz Kayserling, a promi-
nent Rabbi born in Germany

in the early 19th century, spent
most of his life as the spiritual
leader of Endingap, Switzer-
land. He was instrumental in
the struggle by Swiss Jews to
secure equal rights in that coun-
try.

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