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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-03

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Michelle 'froli>iTed
to E(hesti rd J. K(7/ifer

MRS. EDWARD KANFER

Michelle Ellin Wolin became the
bride of Edward Jay Kanfer, son
of Mr..and Mrs. Albert Kanfer of
Pinehurst Ave., in a recent cere-
mony solmenized by Rabbi Benja-
min Gorrelick at Beth Aaron
Synagogue.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David Wolin of Picadilly Rd.,
wore a gown of white satin with
fitted bodice and floor-length,
dome-shaped skirt of imported ap-
pliqued Swiss organdy. A full de-
tachable train extended from her
shoulders, and she carried a bou-
quet of white roses and Stephano-
tis.

Judye Kanfer, sister of the
bridegroom, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Harriet Woll,
Merle Sefansky, Joyce Chand-
ler and Elissa Kass. Sherri
Sefansky and Adrian Chandler
were the flower girls.
The bride's brother, Gerald Wo-
lin, served as best man. Ushers
were Arthur Dermer, Joel Fisher,
Gerald Gruber, Frank Goldberg,
Joel Helfman, Robert Middleman,
Ronald Rubin and Bruce Rudolph.
After a honeymoon trip to Puer-
to Rico and Florida, the couple
will reside at the Imperial Apart-
ments.

Sidney Lazarus
to Head Windsor
Jewish Council

Sidney Lazarus was elected presi-
dent of the Windsor Jewish Com-
munity Council at its annual
meeting recently.
Lazarus, owner of the All Risks
Insurance Agency in Windsor, is
married to the former Ruth Aron-
off and has three sons.
Elected with Lazarus were Mor-
ton M. Bernholtz, Henry Shanfield
and Dr. Edward S. Winbaum, vice
presidents; Gerald Freed, treas-
urer; and Charles Zalev, secretary.

DORN

Activities in Society

Sam Plotler, past-president and perennial secretary of the
Greater Detroit Shoe Retailers Association, was honored on his re-
tirement from active shoe business with a buffet dinner in the Henrose
Hotel, June 30. Also a past-president of the Michigan Shoe Retailers
Association, Plotler has operated the Original Sample Shoe Shop in
the Madison Theater Building for 33 years. He is a Life Member of
Perfection Lodge. F. & A. M., a 32nd Degree Mason and a Shriner.
A native of Bay City, Plotler entered the shoe business as a "Button
Boy" at the R. H. Fyfe & Company. The committee for the testimonial
dinner included Walter Magee, William Lawton, Nathan Slawin, Bern-
ard Stoddard, C. Guy Dixon, and Leonard Hack.
Miss Sheila A. Horwits, 24081 Blackstone, has been selected to
take part in the University of Michigan's Summer Institute for teach-
ers of English through July 31. She received a tuition scholarship
for the month-long program.
Local students named to the University of Michigan dean's honor
list in the College of Education included Alan J. Frenkel, son of the
Leonard R. Frenkels of Appoline Ave.; Sheldon M. Rubin, son of the
Sol Rubins of Santa Rosa Ave.; and Melvin S. Shotten, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolph Shotten of Monte Vista Ave. Rubin had an all-A
record.
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Kahaneman of Ponevez Yeshiva and Chil-
dren's Village in Bnei Brak, Israel, will arrive in Detroit Sunday for
two-day visit. Rabbi Kahaneman has been granted a brief leave of ab-
sence on a mission for the Yeshiva to the United States and England.
The first group of students from Bnei Brak is being trained for trans-
fer to the new Ashdod branch, Kiryat Yeshiva, and Rabbi Kahane-
man hopes to obtain backing for housing facilities. He and his wife will
return to Israel for the opening of the 11th annual session of Yarchei
Kallah, traditional system of rabbinic study. During their Detroit stay,
they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Selmar, 17207 Cherry-
lawn.
A Brandeis University senior, Gordon Sliverman, of 17612 Prairie,
is one of 25 students participating in Brandeis' fourth annual Jacob
Hiatt Institute in Israel. The students, representing 10 U.S. colleges
and universities, left from Kennedy International Airport on June 30
after a send-off dinner at New York's Sheraton-East Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wolfe of Greenbriar Ave., with their daughter,
recently returned from Chicago where they attended the graduation
of their son, Dr. Robert R. Wolfe, from the Chicago College of Oste-
opathy. Also attending the exercises were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Schwartz of Trancrest Ave., Livonia, and the Marvin Kaufmans of
Aberdeen Ave., Southfield.
The Democratic Club of Oak Park, Huntington Woods and Pleasant
Ridge is presenting a special showing of the award winning program,
"The Making of the President-1960," 8 p.m. Thursday at the Oak
Park Community Center.
Mrs. Sylvia Rosenberg was honored at a recent luncheon by the
David Horodoker Youg Women Organization, before leaving for a
month in Israel.
Max M. Fisher of Detroit was welcomed by President Zalman
Shazar of Israel, in Jerusalem, on June 23.

Fleischer-Poltisky
Vows Solemnized

Faculty at WSU
Forms Committee
to Back Burdick

Faculty members at Wayne State
University have formed a bipar-
tisan committee to urge the reten-
tion of Circuit Judge Benjamin D.
Burdick, who will run for the of-
fice on the non-partisan ballot this
fall.
In a letter addressed to all uni-
versity employees residing in
Wayne County, the hi-partisan
committee, co-chaired by Repub-
lican Arnold Pilling, associate
professor of anthropology, and
Democrat Carl 0. Smith, professor
of political science, refers to Judge
Burdick's service as member of the
university's board of governors
prior to his judicial appointment
MRS. THOMAS FLEISCHER
and his distinguished record as a
Barbara Ruth Polasky became civic leader and jurist.
the bride of _Thomas Fleischer in
a ceremony at Temple Israel, with
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Rabbis Leon Frain and M. Robert
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officiating.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. George C. Polasky of
and his orchestra
Appoline Ave., and Mrs. David
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the late Mr. Fleischer.
Mrs. Howard Koss, sister of
the bride, was matron of honor,
Ballroom Dancing by
and Amy Fleischer, sister of the
bridegroom was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Hinda Chi-
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corel and Beverly Goldstein of
Oak Park — LI 7-4470
Los Angeles.
W. MAPLE AT CRANBROOK
Best man was Jerry Starr. Jerry
Birmingham — MI 7-1262
Nosanchuk, Michael Benedek, Fred
Goldberg and Howard Koss were
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ushers.
After a New York honeymoon,
the couple will reside on Kipling 4,
Ave. in Oak Park.

SAMMY
WOOLF

JACK BARNES

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The average public school teach-
er's salary in Michigan was $6,091
in 1961-62.

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Seminaries Graduate 34 in NY and Montreal

NEW YORK (JTA)—Seventeen
graduates from the Jewish Teach-
ers Seminary received their diplo-
mas and degrees at their gradua-
tion ceremony at which Dr. Abram
L. Sachar, president of Brandeis
University, delivered the principal
address.
Other speakers were Yiddish
poets I. J. Schwartz and Jacob
Glatstein.
Seven graduates who have com-
pleted the four-year program in-
sLituted in 1960 were the recipi-
ents of degrees of bachelor of Jew-
ish literature. Ten secretarial cer-
tificates were awarded to students
who have completed the special
course for Yiddish-Hebrew secre-

BY HENRY LEONARD

"What a gossiper that Mrs. Shapiro! She repeats
everything I say about the Rabbi's wife."

Copr. 1964, Dayenu Productions

taries; the only course of its kind
in the United States.
* * *

MONTREAL (JTA) — Seventeen
students of the United Jewish
Teachers Seminary received their
diplomas at the graduation exer-
cises here. Lavy Becker, president
of the seminary for the past 10
years, officiated at the exercises.
The United Jewish Teachers'
Seminary, sponsored by the Cana-
dian Jewish Congress, offers a two-
year full time day training course
for teachers of all types of Jewish
schools, day schools, afternoon
schools, communal and congrega-
tional.

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8ngagements

Mr. and Mrs. Lester R. Smith of
Marlborough Ave., Pittsburgh,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Susan Louise, to
Dr. Robert Jay Parr, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack W. Parr of Addison
Rd., Southfield. Miss Smith was
graduated from the University of
Michigan School of Nursing. Dr.
Parr is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Michigan Medical and
Pharmacy Schools where he was
affiliated with Phi Delta Epsilon,
Phi Delta Chi and Alpha Ep-
silon Pi. He is presently interning
here at Harper Hospital. An Au-
gust wedding is planned.
* * *
Announcement has been made
of the engagement of Sharon Mon-
drow to Howard J. Pollock, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Pollock of
Greenlawn Ave. The bride-elect,
daughter of Mrs. Morris Mondrow
of Stoepel Ave. and the late Mr.
Mondrow, attends Wayne State
University's College of Education.
Her fiance attends the University
of Michigan Medical School. A
June 1965 wedding is planned.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 3, 1964
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