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February 07, 1964 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-07

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MRS. HOWARD STONE

Cong. Shaarey Zedek was the
setting for the recent marriage
of Beverly Helene Schwartz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Schwartz of W. Nine Mile Rd.,
Oak Park, to Howard Lawrence
Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Stone of Vass a r Dr.
Rabbi Morris Adler officiated.
The bride wore a sheath gown
of ivory peau de soie with a
silk rose accenting the Empire
waistline, bra c el e t- length,
pointed sleeves, and a detach-
able train. The bodice was
trimmed with pearls and Alen-
con lace, and the skirt appli-
qued with matching lace. A
butterfly-shaped s i 1 k illusion
veil was held in place by a silk
rose. She carried white roses
on her consecration Bible.
Attending the bride was
Sharon Jaffe, mat r on of
honor. Bridesmaids were
Marilyn Schwartz, sister-in-
law of the bride; Fern Stone,
sister of the bridegroom;
Sandra Stollman; and Mary
Schwartz. Junior bridesmaid
was Andrea Schwartz.
Best man was Gary Rosen-
blatt. Ushers were Gary Berger,
Lawrence Edelheit, Alan Davis,
Donald Schwartz, brother of
the bride, and Stanley Rosen-
berg. Ring bearer was Randal
Schwartz.
Following a honeymoon in
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Is-
lands, the couple is living on
Greenfield Rd., Royal Oak Twp.

Editor to Speak
on Intermarriage

Another approach to the
problem of intermarriage in the
United States will be presented
by Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin,
.„.,1; 9 p .m . Wednes-
day at the Ra-
leigh House.
Writer, edi-
t o r, scholar
a n d lecturer,
Dr. Weis s-
Rosmarin is
editor of the
Jewish Spec-
tator, one of
the most fre-
quently quoted
Anglo - Jewish
journals. Her
essays and re-
views appear
in leading
Dr,
Jewish jour-
Weiss-Rosmarin nals and she
also has written a number of
books.
Dr. Weiss-Rosmarin will be
sponsored by the Detroit
Alumni Chapter of Alpha
Omega Dental Fraternity.
The meeting will be open to
the public.
Cocktails will be served at
6:30 p.m. followed by dinner at
7:30.
Following the talk the De-
troit Women of Alpha Omega
and women of Alpha Nu and
Chi Parent Clubs will host re-
freshments.
For reservations call Dr. Sam
Olen, WA 8-1932, or Dr. Martin
Naimark, UN 3-0323.

Students Plan Dance
to Benefit the Area
March of Dimes

Round Table Names Stanley Winkelman
General Brotherhood Chairman for '64;
Concert of Religious Music on Sunday

Stanley Winkelman has been
named general chairman of the
Brotherhood Week celebration
by the Detroit Round Table of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
Assisting him will be Camp-
bell Ritchie, president of
CKLW radio and TV, as chair-
man for Michigan, and Arthur
P. Gallagher, editor of Ann
Arbor News, as chairman of
newspapers.
Announcing Winkelman's ap-
pointment, Dr. Robert M.
Frehse, Detroit Round Table
executive director, said:
"Mr. Winkelman is clearly and
eminently qualified for this im-
portant civic responsibility. He
is one who puts his action
where his words are. Over the
years he has been involved in
many causes which advance
brotherhood. At the present
time he is a member of the
very important Detroit Commis-
sion on Community Relations
appointed by the Mayor. We
are fortunate to have Mr. Win-
kelman in this position of lead-
ership."
A Brotherhood Concert of
Religious Music, the opening
event of Brotherhood Month,
will take place Sunday, 3
p.m., in Ford Auditorium,

under the joint sponsorship
of Downtown Optimist Club
represented by Ed Miller,
and the Women's Division of
the Detroit Round Table of
which Mrs. Christopher Ram-
beau is chairman.
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
will present vocal numbers by
a group under the direction of
Dan Frohman. Other groups
participating are Duns Scotus
College, St. Audin's Anglican
Church, Riverside Ontario, Out-
er Drive Faith Lutheran Choir,
St. George Syrian Orthodox
Church and the A'Capells. The
commentator will be Dr.
Frehse.
All seats are reserved and
may be purchased at Ford
Auditorium or by calling the
Detroit Round Table, TO 9-6306.
The 12th annual Border-

City Conference on Rearing
Children of GoodWill will be
Feb. 20 at Rackham Build-
ing, 60 Farnsworth.
This is a day-long conference
which concerns itself with:
"How to raise a socially adjust-
ed child free from the crippl-
ing effects of prejudice."

Larry Weiner, for 15 years
CCNY sports publicist, has
moved up to the job of execu-
tive director of the CCNY Fund.

A March of Dimes Dance to
benefit the Oakland County
Chapter—March of Dimes will
be held 7:30 p.m. Feb. 14 at
Clinton School.
Susan T. Schwartz is chair-
man, assiisted by Mardi Harold,
Arlena Paining and Leslie Sil-
verman.
Oak Park students Ira Lipson
and Larry Shargel will be mas-
ter of ceremonies and disc
jockey, respectively.
The committee plans to have
three bands and folk singers.
Proceeds will supplement the
$4.763.20 raised during the
Mothers March last week.

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19-TH E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, Feb ruary 7 , 1964

Stone-Schwartz
Rites Solemnized

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