Miss Edith Rubenfaer JNF Will Issue
- to Marry Mr. Morrison Tree Certificates
The Jewish National Fund has
issued a call for the planting of
trees as a tribute to fathers on
F a t h e r' s Day, this year to be
observed Sunday, June 20. Appro-
priate certificates, bearing the
names of those honored (or memo-
rialized), and the names of the
donor s, will be mailed to the
fathers honored, or to the rela-
tives of fathers whose memory
will be eternalized through the
planting of trees.
Dr. Israel Wiener, JNF presi-
dent, said: "The Jewish National
Fund is again providing a particu-
larly appropriate and dignified
way of honoring Father. A grow-
ing tree is a living tribute to
MISS EDITH RUBENFAER
every Father. Let trees in Israel
Mr. and Mrs. Benny Rubenfaer honor, (or memorialize) him."
Certificates for trees planted
of Irvine Blvd., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter at $2 each can now be ordered
Edith T. to Ronald D. Morrison, from the Jewish National Fund
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mor- office, UN 4-2767, or through JNF
tree chairman affiliated orga•-
rison of Kentucky Ave.
The bride-elect attends Wayne izations. Father's Day trees may
State University. Her fiance is a be planted in the Bernard and
graduate of WSU, where he is cur- Belle Isaacs Forest, which will
rently in the graduate school of be established in the John F.
Kennedy Peace Forest.
The JNF office, 18414 Wyoming,
A Dec. 19 wedding is planned.
will be open Sunday, June 20,
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for the
convenience of those who may
want to pick up a Father's Day
Certificate on their way to visit
The engagement of Karon Edith with their fathers.
von Chawes, daughter of Mrs.
I. A. von Chawes, of Battle Creek;
and the late Dr. Irving Adelbert
von Ohawes, to Dr. Michael Har-
vey Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs.
The children of Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Ross of Saratoga Ave., Oak James Sobel of W. Outer Dr. will
Park, has been announced. Miss entertain relatives and friends at
von Chawes received her bachelors a dinner-dance in their honor Sat-
degree from Michigan State Uni- urday evening at Cong. Bnai
versity and her masters degree in Moshe.
history and political science. Her
The Sobels, members of Cong.
fiance was affiliated • with Tau Bnai Moshe for 43 years, have four
Epsilon Phi Fraternity at Wayne
State University, where he was
graduated from medical school.
He also is affiliated with Phi Delta
Epsilon professional fraternity. A
June wedding is planned.
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Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shaffer
of Los Angeles announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Elisa-
beth to Pfc. Robert Abramson, son
MR. AND MRS. SOBEL
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Abram-
son of Ardmore Ave. The bride- children and 10 grandchildren.
groom-elect is in the U. S. Marine They were both born in Hungary.
Corps, stationed at Pensacola, Fla.
Mr. Sobel had a plumbing shop
A June 27 wedding is planned.
on W. Jefferson Ave. from 1912 to
1924, and since that time has been
Southfield Mayor James Clark- in the commercial building busi-
son proclaimed next week as ness. He is president of Morton
NORTHLAND PLAYHOUSE Construction Co.
WEEK on the occasion of its 10th
Mrs. Sobel is a life-long member
anniversary as a cultural center of many organizations, in which
for the area.
she is still active.
James Sobels Mark
50th Wedding Date
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TEL AVIV—On Monday night, a
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This Week's Radio and
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: The first program in a
series of 15 literary dialogues
entitled "The Poetry of the Bible"
will be presented by Mark Van
Doren, author, critic and Pulitzer
Prize-winning poet, who is pro-
fessor emeritus of English at
Columbia University, and Maurice
Samuel, author and lecturer.
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time:11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "Tevye on Broadway,"
a view of Tevye's reaction to the
production of "F id d 1 e r on the
Roof," will be presented in an
interview with Zero Mostel by
Betsy Savage, a director of the
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TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2 and WJBK.
Feature: "Fifty Golden Years,"
a production in honor of Cantor
Jacob H. Sonenklar of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, will be presented
by the Detroit Cantors Ministers
Association. Participating will be
accompanist Bella Goldberg, Can-
tors Shabtai Ackerman of Cong.
Beth Abraham, Cantors Associa-
tion president, and Hyman Adler
of Cong. Bnai David; and Dr.
Samuel Krohn, Jewish Community
Council president, who will inter-
view Cantor Sonenklar.
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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 6 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: Rabbi Albert A. Gold-
man of Isaac M. Wise Temple,
Cincinnati, will speak on "The
Rabbi: Man in the Middle," in the
second of four talks during June.
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AGENDA FOR ACTION
Time: 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WDTM-FM (106.7).
Feature: "The Arab Refugees:
Victims or Pawns (Part II)" will
be presented as the second pro-
gram in an Ameircan Jewish Con-
gress series. Weleed Sadi, counse-
lor of the Jordanian mission to
the United Nations, will discuss
the Arab refugee problem with
Shad Polie r, chairman of the
AJCongress' national governing
council, and Phil Baum, director
of the AJCongress' commission on
international affairs. Moderator is
for Israel Survey
The Detroit Service Group's an-
nual Israel survey tour plans were
announced by Max M. Shaye,
president of the Service Group.
The 15-day tour will include
visits to beneficiary agencies of
the United Jewish Appeal in
Rome, Naples and Israel. The
group will leave Detroit Oct. 7.
Arrangements are now being
made to have the tour visit at
Naples, where a ship is sailing
from that port for Israel with
immigrants, and to meet the same
ship on its arrival in Haifa. The
tour will include visits with leaders
of the Israel government and the
Information regarding the tour
may be obtained from Harold
Berke at the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, WO 5-3939.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, June 11, 1965
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`Fiddler on Roof'
a Hit in Israel
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and
other government officials, cheer-
ed the Hebrew version of "A Fid-
dler on the Roof."
Bomba Zur portrayed Tevye, and
his acting was called "a first-class
Except for a few changes in
some lines, the play is exactly
like the one hi which Zero Mostel
starred in this country.
Giora Godik brought the play
Master of Ceremonies
MRS. JEROME FENTON
The marriage vows of Darlene
Wachler and Jerome L. Fenton
were recently solemnized in Los
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wachler of
Culver City, Calif., and Mr. Fenton
is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Meryl
M. Fenton, of Roslyn Rd.
After June 17, the newlyweds
will reside at the Scotia Manor
Apartments, Oak Park.
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