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May 01, 1964 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-01

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Abbye Joyce Pupko
to Wed Californian

Ongagements

MISS ABBYE PUPKO

Bernard P. Pupko, formerly of
Detroit, announces the engagement
of his daughter, Abbye Joyce, to
Donald Barach. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Meir Barach of San Diego.
Miss Pupko, daughter of the late
Grace Pupko, attends San Diego
State College, where her fiance is
working on his master's degree in
mathematics. The wedding will be
in San Diego this year.

Center Symphony Sets
Final Concert of Series

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Goldberg
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Lottlse, to Joseph H.
Benstein, son of Mrs. Mildred Ben-
stein of Livonia, and Edward Ben-
stein of Detroit. They plan an
August wedding.
* :1:
Mr. and Mrs. David Fox of Whit-
comb Ave. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Sidney
Geraldine, to Leonard Milstone,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mil-
stone of Dartmouth, Oak Park.
Both are graduates of Wayne State
University, where Mr. Milstone
also obtained his master's degree.
He was affiliated with Sigma Al-
pha Mu Fraternity. Miss Fox is
now a graduate student at Wayne.
A wedding date has been set for
Oct. 18.
* * *
The engagement of Phyllis Rena
Gold to Bernard Weldon Learman
of New York City, was announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Gold of Radclift Ave., Oak Park.
Mr. Learman is the son of Harry
Learman of Norfolk, Va. Miss
Gold is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, and her fiance
attended the University of Indi-
ana. They plan a summer wedding.

Shirley Lerner Speaks Teen Musicians Win Study Club Honors
Music Study Club of Detroit an- dents 14-19 who live in greater De-
Vows With Allen Blatt nounces the winners of its recent troit.
First prize is $200. Dr. and

"Crusade for Strings" competition
are Amalia Joanou and Kay Buch-
binder. Second prize was won by
Lorraine Messick.
This is the second year Music
Study Club has sponsored the com-
petition for strings, open to stu-

For the HY Spot
Of Your Affair
Music by

Mrs. Gilbert Schoenfield again do-
nated the $100 second prize.

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• Distinctive Ceremonies
a Specialty!

MRS. ALLEN BLATT

Shirley Lerner became the bride
of Allen Blatt in a double-ring
ceremony recently at Temple
Sinai, Pittsburgh. Rabbi Aaron
Ilson officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. I. Hyman Lerner
of Pittsburgh. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Blatt of W. Outer Dr.
The new Mrs. Blatt wore an
ivory bouquet taffeta gown ac-
cented with pearl-embroidered
Alencon lace.
Maid of honor was the bride's
sister, Joanne Lerner; and Lauren
Blatt was flower girl. Bridesmaids
were Iris Blatt, Pat Ritter and
Ilene Kaplan.
Martin Blatt was his brother's
best man. Ushers were Robert
Jones, Philip Lerner, the bride's
brother, and Jerry Wigod.
After a Puerto Rico honeymoon,
the couple will live on Cheyenne
Ave.

The last in a series of Tuesday Detroiters Are Invited .
evening concerts given by the Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra under the to Participate in
direction of Julius Chajes will be World Fair Israel Fete
held 8 pm. May 12 at the Center.
A World's Fair Salute to Israel
Mischa Kottler will solo in Schu-
mann's Piano Concerto. The orches- will be presented by the American
tral part of the program will con- Zionist Youth Foundation at the
sist of Mozart's Haffner Symphony Fair, May 24.
and Handel's Water Music.
The Foundation was invited by
the New York World's Fair 1964-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
1965 Corp. to present a cultural
Friday, May 1, 1964
22
program of songs and dances as
part of the Fair's International
Days project.
The Detroit Religious Zionists'
Youth Group, Mizrachi-Hatzair, is
taking reservations for members
and friends to participate in the
Wayne State University was pre-
event. Contacts should be made at
UNITED BRANDS •' DETROIT, U. S A. • 42 PROOF
sented the first of 10 annual gifts
117596 Wyoming, DI 1-0708.
which will be used to establish an
endowment fund for unrestricted
music scholarships.
The gift, in the amount of $10,-
000, was presented by Benjamin
Levinson, owner and president of
the Franklin Mortgage Co., in
memory of his brother, the late
concert pianist, Louis J. Levinson.
Levinson's gift marks another
step in his career of service to
the university. He served as leg-
islative adviser from 1951 to
world's finest quality
1954 and helped to raise $5 mil-
lion for the WSU Medical Build-
ing.
"Rich
In recognition of this achieve-
ment, he received the university's
in
first Distinguished Service Award
Polyunsat-
May 12, 1954, and two months later
the first Gold Medal for service.
urates"
As former president of the
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