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BLOCH ROSE POST AND
AUXILIARY plans its annual pic-
nic for Sunday at Totem Pole Day
Camp. Members' families are in-
vited. Plans are being made by
the auxiliary to service the D. J.
Healy Home in August. For mem-
bership information, call Fern
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DETROIT AUXILIARY 135 will
meet 8 p.m. Thursday at the Labor
Mrs. Richard K. Barnett, Paul D. Zionist Institute. Refreshments
Borman, Roger D. Coplan, Gary Eisen- will be served.
berg, Herbert Freedland, Mrs. Thomas
This Week's Radio and
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: Maurice Samuel and
Mark Van Doren will discuss
"Epic: the Patriarchs" the sixth of
a series of conversations on "The
Poetry of the Bible."
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AGENDA FOR ACTION
MISS CHERYLE SAFRAN
Mr. and Mrs. David Safran of
Parkside Rd. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Oheryle Lynn to Andrew Michael
Kr a m e r, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Kramer of W. Outer Drive.
Both attend Michigan State Uni-
versity, where Mr. Kramer is pres-
ident of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity.
A summer 1966 wedding is
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Feature: "The Jewish Stake in
Civil Rights," with Murray A.
Gordon, chairman of the Metro-
politan Council of the AJCon-
gress; Rabbi Jacob M. Sable of
the Riverdale Jewish Center; and
Richard Cohen, moderator.
* * *
Time: 10:30 p.m.
Feature: "What Price Intermar-
riage?" a panel discussion of the
growing phenomenon of marriage
between Jews and non-Jews con-
ducted by several experts in the
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Time: 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WDTM-FM (106.7).
Time: 7:05 p.m. Monday.
Station: CKLW-FM (93.9).
Feature: "Eyewitness in Mont-
gomery," a discussion by three
participants in the Selma-to-Mont-
gomery freedom march.
WEISS - COBLENTZ: Wedding
vows were exchanged Sunday by
Avra Joy Coblentz, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Coblentz,
17615 Patton, and Leslie Bob
Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sandor
Weiss, 18010 Santa Barbara. The
outdoor ceremony was held at Aid Society Sets Outing
Imperial Caterers. The couple is
Bialostoker-Brisker Aid Society
honeymooning in the Catskills, will hold its annual picnic Sunday
at Palmer Park. Guests invited.
July 10—To Dr. and Mrs. Selden
Schwartzberg (Maureen Silver-
man), 19265 Shiawassee, a son,
BIG BABY BONUS"
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MRS. BASIL NEMER
July 9—To Dr. and Mrs. Harvey
(10 lbs., 15 1/2 oz.)
B. Zalla (Linda Rubenstein),
Congratulations on the birth of your
23802 Frisbee, a daughter, Lisa
daughter and we hope the RASKIN
PRODUCTS you received helped
make your first week at home
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July 9—To Dr. and Mrs. Stuart
RASKIN FOOD CO.
A. Megdall (Adell Halprin), 19200
Appleton, a son, Stanford Jay.
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July 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Turkin (Marilyn Stahl), 15030 Les-
July 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
lie, Oak Park, a son, Eric Bradley. don Lepler (Reva Taylor), 23621
Plumbrook, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Jill Lori.
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July 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Cohen of Rochester, N.Y. (Rachel
Thome of Pontiac), a daughter,
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July 5—To Dr. and Mrs. Herbert
Miller (Susan Epstein of Flint),
900 East Blvd., Pontiac, a daugh-
ter, Lesley Diane.
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July 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Laur-
ence A. Schlussel (Rochelle Rich),
24453 Rensselaer, Oak Park, a
daughter, Stacey Lyn.
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June 26—To Dr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Seltzer (Carolann Dvorin),
Detroiters temporarily of Over-
land, Mo., a daughter, Laurel
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June 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Wolf
Katz (Clara Gulnik), 19341 Schae-
fer, a daughter, Gloria Miriam.
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To Mr. and Mrs. Michael A.
Gaines, former Detroiters of Min-
neapolis, a son, Steven Michael.
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To Mr. and Mrs. Myles Stocker
(Sylvia Sweet), 24702 Rensselaer,
Oak Park, a son, Darin Scott.
The Junior Division of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation elected
Ivan Boesky as president at its
recent annual meeting.
Donald J. Purther is chairman
of the executive committee; and
vice presidents are Mrs. Ivan
Boesky, Thomas J. Klein and
Lawrence K. Snider. Elected as
members at large are James
Akers, Jerome B. Greenbaum,
Michael J. Hermanoff and Mrs.
New board members are:
J. Grossman, Mrs. James A. Hack,
Charlotte Hyams, Robert A. Karbel,
Mrs. Bernard Portnoy, James M. Rif-
kin, Joel M. Shere and Mrs. Lawrence
MRS MATTHEW GROSSMAN
•Linda Ann Wayburn, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. Wayburn
of W. Outer Dr., was married Sun-
day to Matthew Glenn Grossman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry N.
Grossman of Sherbourne Rd. Dr.
Richard C. Hertz performed the
ceremony at the Great Lakes Club.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza and Chantilly lace em-
broidered with pearls and brill-
iants. Her bouquet was of daisies
and yellow roses.
Nancy Wayburn was maid of
honor for her sister, and Mrs.
Donald Lifton, sister of the bride-
groom, was a bridesmaid. Best
man was Michael Glusac, and the
usher was Donald Lifton.
The couple plans to reside in
Reelected to the board were:
James Akers, Ivan Boesky, Mrs. Ivan
Boesky, Daniel M. Clark, Deanna Dun-
sky, Ralph W. Gidwitz, Jerome B.
Greenbaum, Michael J. Hermanoff,
Mrs. Michael J. Hermanoff, Raymond
A. Jacobs, Harold B. Kalt, Thomas I.
Klein, Mrs. Thomas I. Klein, Joseph
Levin, Allan Nachman, Mrs. Monte
Nagler, Bylaina Nelson, Donald J. Pur-
ther, Lawrence K. Snider and Mrs.
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The Junior Division this year
set a new record in collections for
the Allied Jewish Campaign. It
raised a total of $27,562, a sum 20
per cent over last year's total of
$22,954. Barry Yaker, outgoing
division_ president, was campaign
And There'll Be Lathes
With Sand for All .. .
A Hanukah-in-July beach party
is planned for Tuesday by Beth
Moses Senior United Synagogue
Youth. The group will meet 10:45
am. at the home of Sheryl Abu-.
gow, 20001 Heyden.
For reservations, call Hotchie
Baron, 533-3947, or Sandy Bruss,
By Sid Shmarak
VE 8-8445. All young people are
Max and Helen Saltzman of invited and must bring their own
MAX'S KOSHER POULTRY lunch.
MARKET, now located on Wyom-
ing, are opening a modern, air-
conditioned fish, seafood and poul-
try market July 26 at 24711 Cool-
idge, Oak Park, across from the
Dexter-Davison Shopping Plaza.
Serving the community for the
third generation, the Saltzmans
will specialize in cooked shrimp
and lobster tails, and will skin,
bone, clean and grind fish for
freezer free of charge. They can
be called at 542-5570 for free de-
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BOTTLE 'n' GIFT, now located
in the Green-8 Shaping Center,
21178 Greenfield, features the
finest collection of gift items and
domestic and imported wines and
liquors. It has now added a fine
tobacco department, selected and
serviced by M. A. La Fond, Inc.
Still a specialty is the gift basket
department, with world-wide de-
livery service. They can be reach-
ed at LI 1-0300.
Performing Arts Festival
to Begin in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM—Israel will be a
summer festival shortly when its
fifth Festival of the Performing
Arts begins, followed by the Third
International Harp Contest. Both
activities are international in
scope and appeal, attracting art-
ists from all over the world and
designed to attract visitors from
Beginning July 26 with a grand
opening in Jerusalem, the Festival
will feature the Israel Philhar-
monic Orchestra, the Rinat Israel
Chamber Choir, the Kol Israel
Radio Chamber Choir and the
Haifa Chamber Choir.
Afew days after the Festival
ends, the Harp Contest begins in
Jerusalem with 44 entrants.
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