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December 06, 1963 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-06

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Friday, Dece mber 6, 1963—THE DETROIT JEW ISH NEW S-24

Leslie-Traitel

Vows Exchanged

HRS. JOHN LESLIE

Maureen Traitel became the
bride of John Anthony Leslie
in a ceremony performed Nov.
28 by Rabbi Robert Syme at
the Raleigh House.
The couple are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry
Traitel, 18420 Indiana, and Mr.
and Mrs. Soloman Leslie of
Miami Beach, Fla.
The bride wore a gown of
ivory peau de soie with a man-
darin neckline, bracelet sleeves,
bodice and front panel on a
dome-shaped skirt of ivory
peau de'lange lace. A chapel
train of ivory peau de soie, pill
box hat with pearl appliques
and a pouf veil of ivory silk
illusion completed the outfit.
The couple will reside in
Miami Beach.

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Simons Opens `ARTerie' Gallery;
Designed to Encourage Collections

A new concept in the mer-
chandising of original oil paint-
ings and other art objects was
introduced to the Detroit area
when "The ARTerie," a new art
gallery housed in a re-designed
former used car sales office,
opened its doors at Woodward
and 13 Mile in
Royal Oak.
Conceived by
former a dve r-
tising execu-
tive Rudy
Simons, "T h
ARTerie" of-
fers fine, orig-
inal oil paint-
ings and other
art objects
Simons
f r o m around
the world to those who may
never have purchased a work of
art before, as well as to owners
of fine collections, in a price
range "from four dollars to

fund raising events will be dis-
cussed and a social hour will
follow.

Mr. and Mrs. Group,
City of Hope, Meets

A meeting of the Mr. and
Mrs. Group, City of Hope, will
four figures." The majority of be held 8:30 p.m. Saturday at
FOR HANUKAH .. .
paintings are priced at less than the home of Hyman and Evelyn
$100.
Lewis, 24271 Blackstone, Oak See our selection of fine
Acting as advisors and con- Park. Plans for forthcoming Jewelry, Watches, Lug-
sultants to "The ARTerie" in
gage and other gift items.
the selection and purchase of
The True International Touch!
Jewelry, Watches, Electric
paintings are Anthony Adamo,
Razors Repaired on Premises
FrotoLondonEncgand,
owner of the Adamo Galleria
d'Arte, Fifth Avenue, New York,
and Allen Abramson, an Ohioan
6214 his music.
who has traveled the world num-
erous times during the past 15
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art objects and fine furniture.
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there will be paintings and other
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countries as well as J a p a n,
China, Indonesia, Thailand and
even Australia. "Well over 1,000
STUDIO OF
works in all," Abramson said.
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be displayed until sometime in
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represented at the gallery are
Detroiters Sue Kohl and Sheldon
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Lifter. The ARTerie also offers
HAPPY
HANUKAH
a "rent-a-painting plan" de-
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
signed to enable a person to live
with a painting for a while be-
fore buying it. Should the renter
later decide to buy the painting,
"Buy With Confidence."
the rental charge will be ap-
plied to the purchase in full.
The ARTerie is open 11 a.m. to
11 p.m. seven days per week.
Gemologists

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Ginsbergs Alark
Gold Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Julius E. Gins-
berg of Bay City were honored
by their children, Gordon Gins-
berg of Detroit and Mr. and
Mrs. William Surath of Midland
at a Friday evening service and
an Oneg Shabbat at Temple
Israel in Bay City on the occa-
sion of their 50th wedding an-
niversary. They were married
in Detroit on Nev. 4, 1913.
Mrs. Ginsberg, the former
Marian Davis, was born in De-
troit, the daughter of the late
Paula and Mayer Davis. She is
a life member of Purity Chap-
ter, Order of Eastern Star, and
also a life member of Hadassah.
She was active in many local
community organizations until
the couple moved to Bay City
in 1925.
Mr. Ginsberg was born in Bay
City and is a life member of the
Masonic Order and the Zionist
Organization of America.
They have three grandchil-
dren, Thomas and Lisa Gins-
berg, who participated in the
service, and Avrom Surath of
Midland, former president of
Bnai Brith Youth Organization,
District No. 6, who is a student
at Brandeis University.
Mr. and Mrs. Ginsberg were
presented with a Book of Holy
Scriptures by Temple Israel and
an honorary membership in the
Jewish Community of Temple
Beth El in Midland, and were
recipients of many donations to
various . Jewish organizations in
the honor of their golden an-
niversary.

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Wayne State Names

Lawrence Kaluzny as
`Outstanding Man'

Wayne State University Presi-
dent Clarence B. Hilberry pre-
sented the annual David D.
Henry awards to the outstand-
ing man and woman. midyear
gradutaes at swing-in ceremo-
nies, Nov. 26, at the Community
Arts Auditorium. Karen John-
son Rinn, 22, of Dayton, 0., and
Lawrence G. Kaluzny, 23, of
14423 Stansbury, were the re-
cipients.
Kaluzny, a College of Educa-
tion graduate, is president of
Omicron Delta Kappa, honorary
student leadership fraternity.
He has been a member of va-
rious class boards, serving as
president in his freshman and
sophomore years.
A member of Delta Chi so-
cial fraternity, he has been
sports chairman, vice-president
and president, in addition to
serving as the group's represen-
tative to the Interfraternity
Council. He was elected presi-
dent of IFC in 1961.
That year he was selected
"Mr. Homecoming" to reign
during homecoming activities on
the campus. He also worked on
the staff of Frosh Camp for two
sessions. He has been a mem-
"An educated man is one who ber of Hillel since he began at
knows a lot and says nothing WSU in 1959.
Kaluzny has been active in
about it."—Gracie Fields.
athletics, having been on the
football and wrestling squads
and the track team. He also par-
ticipated in swimming and arch-
ery and has been a member of
the Men's Glee Club.

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