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January 31, 1964 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-31

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Friday, January 31,

Haber-Faudem Rites
Ave Solemnized

Turover to Present 1
Bar-Ilan Scholarship
at Function on Monday

Turover Verein's Bar-11 an
committee will sponsor an
evening of entertainment, with
refreshments and a social hour,
at Jericho Hall on Wyoming,
Monday, 8:30 p.m. All are wel-
come. There will be no solicita-
tion.
Rabbi Haim Donin will be
the guest speaker and the
movie "Danger Gorder Ahead"
will be shown.
A presentation will be made
of a scholarship to Bar-11an
University of Isarel.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Honey-
man are Bar-flan co-chairman
for Turover. Nathan Korby and
Mrs. Jack Zeldes are presidents
MRS. LAWRENCE HABER
of the society and its ladies'
Barbara Ann Faudem, daugh- auxiliary and Isidore Sosnisk is
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph honary president.
Faudem, of Marlow Ave., Oak
Park, became the bride of Law-
rence Michael Haber, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haber,
of Wildwood Ave., Oak Park,
MERRYLE STANLEY RU-
recently at Raleigh House. Rab- KEYSER, economic commenta-
bi Moses Lehrman and Cantor tor and nationally syndicated
Louis Kline officiated.
financial expert, will speak to a
The bride wore a gown of Detroit Town Hall audience in
ivory Alencon lace and silk Fisher T h e a t e r, Wednesday
peau de soie, fashioned with morning, at 11 o'clock. His sub-
a lace bodice and paneled ject will be: "What The Pru-
front. Her crown was of dent Investor Does Now."
pearls and matching Alencon
* * *
lace with a shoulder pouf
"The Coach With the Six In-
veil. She carried a Bible cov- sides" is a stage adaptation of
ered with white orchids and James Joyce's classic novel,
white Stephanotis.
"Finnegan Wake," which skill-
Susan Faudem, sister of the fully combines
bride, was maid of honor. Mrs. dance, drama,
Myron Spalter, her cousin, was mime, and
matron of honor. The brides- music. It will
maids were Linda Samelson, be presented
Mrs. Lawrence Aran of Los An- by the origi-
geles, and Mrs. David Susser. nal New York
Jerald Haber, brother of the cast Feb. 7
bridegroom, was best man. and 8 at the
Ushers were Burton Faudem, Detroit .Insti-
brother of the bride, Stuart tute of Arts.
Karabenick. H a r v e y Krupp, Prominent
Russell Horton and Charles dancer e a n Jean Erdman
Syers.
Erdman wrote and staged this
After a honeymoon at the comedy of acting and dancing
Concord Hotel and New York, characters f r o m the novel,
the couple will live on Rens- which details 'a dream in the
selaer Ave., Oak Park.
mind of a Dublin tavernkeeper.

Brevities

Danny Raskin Named
`Pythian of the Year'

Danny Raskin, Jewish News
columnist. was presented with
the Knights
of Pythias
statewide
award as "Py-
thian of the
Year."
Three hun-
dred attended
the dinner-
dance installa-
lation at Im-
Raskin
perial Terrace
Sunday.

JWV Activities

SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
AUXILIARY will meet Monday
evening at the home of Goldie
Nelson, 20551 Huntington. Host-
ess for the evening will be Rose
Feinberg. First nomination of
officers will be held.
'1: * *
DETROIT LADIES AUXIL-
IARY will meet 8:30 p.m. Feb.
13 at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Refreshments will be served. A
hospital visit will be made Feb.
10, announces Fannie Kaplan,
hospital chairman. Gifts and re-
freshments will be served to chil-
dren at the D. J. Healy Home,
according to Nellie Burger, child
welfare chairman.

MEANS KOSHER

Sarah Rubine at B. J. Cantor to Teach Patent Law
An adult education course in for the first time, in Oak Park.
Bond Event for patents,
trademarks and copy- It is designed for inventors,
rights will be taught by Detroit business men, engineers and
Sponsors Feb 4 patent attorney Bernard J. Can- others, whose work and interest

tor, at the Oak Park High
School, Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m., be-
ginning Feb. 4. The course is
sponsored by the Management
and Technology Center of
Wayne State University. To en-
roll, call TE 1-7695 and request
information a n d enrollment
forms.
The course was previously
taught by Cantor at the Wayne
campus and is now being given,

SARAH RUBINE

includes new inventions, pat-
ents, and placing new products
on the market.
Cantor is a member of Shaa-
rey Zedek. He resides at 29746
Highmeadow Road, Farmington.
He is an engineering graduate
of Cornell University and holds
a Doctor of Law degree from
George Washington University.
From 1949 to 1952, he was em-
ployed as a Patent Examiner in
the United States Patent Of-
fice. Now a member of the
WSU Theater to Present
Detroit firm of Cullen, Simian
Hansel and Gretel at Center & Cantor, he is the author of
Hansel and Gretel, presented numerous articles on the sub-
by the Wayne State University ject of patent law.
Children's Theater, will start
the Omnibus spring series at
the Jewish Center, Sunday,
Want The Best?
with performances at 2 and
Ask the Folks Who've Had
3:30 p.m.
SAM BARNETT
This dramatization is espe-
and His Orchestra
cially suited to 5- to 12-year-
olds.
LI 1-2563
The production is part of a
23-year-old project of the Uni-


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Sarah Rubine, Israel's musi-
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program at an afternoon of mu-
sic and entertainment at the
National Sponsors of Israel des-
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p.m., at the home of Mrs. J.
Stewart Linden, 16367 West-
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on behalf of Israel Bonds.
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Men's Clubs

TAU EPSILON RHO LAW
FRATERNITY Detroit Graduate
Hearn's Achievements
Chapter announces election of
David A. Goldman as chancel-
Related in WSU Book
lor. Other officers are Maurice
Lafcadio Hearn, whose N. Blake, vice chancellor; Albert
achievements in philosophy and A. Kramer, master of the rolls;
criticism have won him wide and S. Jerome Bronson, bursar.
recognition, is the subject of
the newest Wayne State Uni-
GREATER DETROIT SCRAP
versity volume entitled "An
Ape of Gods: The Art and TRADE ASSOCIATION an-
nounces election of the follow-
Thought of Lafcadio Hearn."
Beong-cheon Yu, WSU assist- ing officers: Sam Schwartzberg,
ant professor of English, is the president; Martin Shulman and
author of this extensive study Hyman Teplitsky, vice presi-
which shows that Hearn's art of dents; Jack Weiner, treasurer;
translation covered a variety Phil Fealk and Louis Alpert,
of nationalities and races, in- secretaries.
* * *
cluding Jewish subjects, with
references also to the Bible.
DETROIT BUSINESSMEN'S
The new work is considered CHAPTER, City of Hope, an-
a turning point in the consider- nounces officers for the 1964
ation of Hearn's scholarship. campaign. They are Morris
He had hitherto been consider- Sukenic, president; Harry J.
ed a rootless exotic. Yu's study Goldberg, executive vice presi-
evaluates him and his work in dent; Max Spoon, Saul Katz,
a very thorough study.
George Gray, Harry Brodsky
and Alex Kushner, vice presi-
dents; Charles Canvasser, ex-
Heusinger Retired,
ecutive secretary; Maurice Mar-
Germany's Consulate
rich, treasurer; Alvin Wasser-
Informs Jewish News
man and Sol Siegel, secretaries;
W. Hesse, acting secretary for Iry Herman and William Bend-
press affairs of the German Con- eroff, publicity and advertising.
sulate in Detroit, has called the A Golden West spring tour to
attention of The Jewish News to the City of Hope in Duarte,
the fact that Gen. Adolf Heu- Calif., is planned by the group,
singer "reached pension age last with stopovers in Los Angeles,
summer, has retired from his Honolulu, San Francisco and
function with the NATO and has Las Vegas.
in the meantime been replaced
by another general."
Heusinger was the subject of Borman Stores' Gains
comment in last week's Jewish
Borman Food Stores, Inc.
News, in a review of Charles R. consolidated net income for the
Allen's "Heusinger of the Fourth 26 weeks ended Dec. 28, was
Reich."
$1,353,000 a f ter provision of
$1,500,000 for federal income
Radomer Aid Meeting Set taxes, and is equivalent to 55
Radomer Aid and Ladies So- cents per chare on the 2,445,692
ciety will meet 8:30 p.m. Tues- shares outstanding. This is a
day at the Workmen's Circle 35 per cent increase over the
Center. Plans will be made for $997,000, or 41 cents per share,
the annual donor dinner in earned during the comparable
March and other charity affairs. 26 week period in 1962.

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