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January 03, 1964 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-03

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Friday, January 3, 1964—THE DE TROIT JEWISH NEW S- 18

activities in Society

The afternoon tea for the benefit of the Yeshiva Bais Torah,
to be hosted 1-3 p.m. Jan. 15 at Cong. Shaarey Shomayim by Mrs.
Morris Kar, will feature Rabbi Samuel Prero as guest speaker.
A lecture will be given also by heart specialist Dr. Burton London.
Mrs. Joshua Sperka will be chairman, assisted by Mrs. Sholem
Flam.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sulkes of Cherrylawn Ave., their son,
Sanford, and his fiancee, Anne Simon of Wildwood Ave., Oak
Park, spent the Thanksgiving holidays as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Sulkes of Baltimore, Md. A Hanukah family dinner
was given by Mr. and Mrs. Sulkes in honor of the engaged
couple upon their return.
The wife, children and grandchildren of David Schoichit have
planted 50 trees in the Israel Freedom Forest in his honor on
the occasion of his 70th birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leopold J .Snyder and family had Jumuna Bai
of Bombay, India, as guest during their celebration of Hanukah
as part of the American Jewish Congress "person-to-person hos-
pitality program." Other guests were Mr. and 'Mrs. Archie Katcher
and family and Dr. and Mrs. David Levy and family. Also par-
ticipating in the hospitality program are Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Shaman and family of Santa Barbara Dr. They are sharing their
home with Guisela Zwirn of Lavalbeja, Uruguay, a teenage student
here.
The Sherman Family Club will meet Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sherman, 13360 Wales, Huntington
Woods. Officers will be elected.
Julian R. Ettelson, a trial attorney in the Internal Revenue
Service regional counsel's office here, will resign his government
career this week to enter private practice in Chicago. His wife,
the former Stephanie GlaZer, is the daughter of the late Dr. B.
Benedict Glazer, who was spirityal leader of Temple Beth El. The
Ettelsons live at 3234 Albert, Royal Oak. He was given a farewell
luncheon by 50 associates and friends.
Chicagoans who were in Detroit to attend the recent wedding
of Sandra Ruda and Lee D. Miller were Mrs. B. Kaplan and
Michael Kaplan, Sydelle Burdick, Mrs. Hannah Burdick, Mrs.
Rose Marzan and Mrs. F. Gustin. Other guests were Mr. and
Mrs. J. Rudolph of Utica, N.Y., and Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Haskin
of Newark, N.J,

artii Ann 0 un,cements

Last Week's Winners of the

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MRS. ESTHER RADIN
(Twin Daughters)

and

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Dec. 27 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Allan Kominars (Lil Kutnick),
a son, Aron Marshall.
• * *
Dec. 26 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Myron J. Eisenman (Martie
Macso) of West Canfield Ave.,
a son, Jeremy Anton.
* * *
Dec. 26 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert L. Bircoll (Patricia F.
Coleman), 24061 Oneida, Oak
Park, a son Steven Mitchell.
* * *.
Dec. 25—To Mr. and Mrs.
Elliot Moser (Harriet Lewis),
former Detroiters living in
Houston, Tex., a daughter, Re-
becca Lynn.
* * *
Dec. 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Levinowsky (Brenda Hart),
10621 Saratoga, Oak Park, a son,
Ronald Allan.
* *
Dec. 16—To Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour H. Sandweiss (Harriet
Levine), 21601 Whitmore, Oak
Park,• a son, Stuart Alan.
* *
Dec. 13—To Dr. and Mrs.
Norman Wechsler (Malta Wol-
fish). 18860 Goldwin, South-
field, a son Sander Stuart.

-Dec. 13 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Rochlen (Rita
Schneider); 1 4 4 5 1 Rosemary,
Oak Park, a daughter, Leslie
Suzanne.
*
*
Dec. 6—To Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Higer (Francine Stew-
art), 1335 S.W. 85th Ave.,
Miami, formerly of Detroit, a
son, Ronald William.
* * *
Nov. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley Racey (Phyllis Ashman) of
Oak Park, a daughter, Sheryl
Lynn.
• *
To Mr. and Mrs . Samuel
Tron (Doris Barahal), 20477
Mark Twain, a daughter, Geula
Ziva.
*
*
To Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon P.
Winkelman (Rissa Haas), 3811
Ingalls, Alexandria, Va., former-
ly of De t r o i t, a son, Craig
Howard.

Domia Ruch Wed
to DellniS Dubrow

News Brevities

MRS. DENNIS DUBROW

Donna Pearl Ruch, daughter
of Robert Ruch, 3333 Sher-
bourne, and the late Mrs. Ruch,
became the bride of Dennis
Robert Dubrow, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Dubrow, 17584 Muri-
land, Dec. 28 at the Adas Shalom
Synagogue. Rabbi Jacob Segal
officiated.
The bride wore a gown of
ivory peau de soie with a high
neck and long sleeves edged in
heirloom Brussels lace. The
gown had an empire bodice, fit-
ted cumberbund and a watteau
chapel train. Her veil was of
heirloom Brussels lace. She
carried a prayer book with
bridal. ivy arid white dubutante
camelias.
Maid of honor was Sandra
Joy Ruch, sister of the bride
Bridesmaids were Joyce Lee
Dubrow, Barbara Ann Kukes,
Leslie Dale Davidson, Barbara
Lee Levy, and Mrs. David S.
Jacobson. Best man was Alan
David Croll. Ushers were Ethan
Revsin of Chicago, Michael B.
Wolf, Marc S. Silber of New
York, and Jerry Savitz of Mal-
den, Mass.
The couple will honeymoon
in Spain. They will reside at
2428 Fuller, Ann Arbor.

WAYNE STATE UNIVER-• "MADE IN AMERICA," a
.I
SITY THEATER will have four popular treatment of the Jew-
"first nights" in one on Jan. 14. I ish Community Center and Y M-
The night will see the first per- YWHA as a peculiarly American
formance in the theater's newest institution serving the needs of
division, the Clarence B. Hil- people in communities here, has
berry Classic Theater; the debut been published by JWB in book-
of the university's 33-member let form. Written by Lionel
Repertory Company, specially Koppman, the booklet describes
organized for the Classic Thea- the forces which led to the es-
ter; the first performance of tablishments of Centers and
"Julius Caesar," the first of four YM-YWHAs in the United
Shakespearean plays to be pre- States, tells something of how
sented at the Classic Theater in they operate and explains their
a six-month festival entitled place in what is becoming a
"Shakespeare 400"; and the in- world-wide constellation of simi-
troduction of a special "Presi- lar agencies with common
dent's Preview," an invitational objectives.
event sponsored by Wayne Pre-
sident Clarence B. Hilberry for Want ads get quick results!
friends and patrons of the Uni-
versity Theater.
* * *
The Adult Education Division
of the Detroit Board of Educa-
tion has announced that the
winter term REAL ESTATE
CLASS will commence on Mon-
day, 7 p.m., and continue weekly
on Monday evenings. Classes
will be held at the Ford High
School on Evergreen.
* * *
ELIZABETH DUNN, maga-
Max Schrut
zine fiction writer, will review
For Good Photographs
"Books Off the Beaten Path"
and Prompt Service
when she reopens the Detroit
Call me at
Town Hall season Wednesday in
Fisher Theater.
* * *
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
PHILHARMONIA HUNGAR-
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With Samples
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Jan. 18.

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WHAT EVERY YOUNG LADY SHOULD KNOW

about the Ritualarium

Call Mrs. Hilda Cohen — WE 3-8799
For information About the New Modern Mikvah

We Make Our Own Glasses

HEADQUARTERS FOR
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND IM-
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Goldoftas to Address
Poale Zion Branch 2

Movsas Goldoftas, director of
the Hayim Greenberg Hebrew
Yiddish Shule, will be guest
speaker at a meeting of Poale
ion Branch 2 at 6:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Mondry, 22902 S. Bel-
wood, Southfield. His topic will
be "The Three Great Personal-
ities of Our Generation." A buf-
fet supper will be served.

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Cordially invites you to its annual

DONOR LUNCHEON

Wednesday, January 15, 1964, 12:30 p.m.
at Congregation Shaarey Zedek
27375 Bell Road, Southfield

To help in our work of saving children's lives
from intractable asthma

Guest Star:

SHIRLEY MONSON

Prominent Detroit singer of Classic,
Yiddish and Israeli folk songs

Accompanied by Bella Goldberg
Guest Speaker:

MRS. ABRAHAM MELIK

of Maplewood, N. J.
National Director of CARIH

Shirley Monson

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