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September 24, 1965 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-24

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Yiddish-Hebrew Program Is Listed
for '65 Book Fair at Jewish Center

Judith
New Mrs. Greenberg

Mrs. Morris Friedman, chair- I an I. L. Peretz evening Nov. 20.
man of the Jewish Community1Guest speaker will be author
Center's Yiddish-Hebrew Commit- Chaim Grade.
tee for Book Fair, announced her
A program of Israeli and Yiddish
committee's program plans for the I music will be presented and chil-
November event. dren from the United Yiddish
Headlining the program will be Schools wil 1perform a play in
Yiddish.
Throughout the nine-day Book
MUSIC UNIQUE
Fair (Nov. 13-21), the committee
FOR EVERY OCCASION
will exhibit and sell Yiddish lan-
guage and Israeli literature. The
20-man committee is completing
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
selection of the books and record-
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ings to be exhibited.
The Book Fair's general chair-
man is Mrs. Victor Shiffman.
The opening program of the Fair,
Nov. 13, according to Mrs. Shiff-
man, will feature Leo Schwarz,
whose popular book, "The Jewish
Caravan," was recently reprinted
on the occasion of the 13th an-
niversary of its original publica-
tion date.
The Book Fair will be held at
the Center's main building on
Meyers.
Nearly 7,000 books of Jewish
Max Schrut
interest will be exhibited.

WAYNE, 24280 Dante,
Oak Park, has qualified for the
1965 Metrop o 1 i t an Millionaires
Club for the sixth consecutive
year, by placing over a million
dollars of life insurance from Jan.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

FROM

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Announcing the opening of Detroit's newest
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ilifttor
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Reservations now being taken for

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Featuring these facilities for patient comfort and well being:

■ KOSHER KITCHEN

Supervised by the Council of
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MRS. LAWRENCE GREENBERG

Beth Aaron Synagogue was the
setting for the wedding of Judith
Rosenberger and Lawrence Green-
berg, children of Mr. and Mrs.
Maximilian Rosenberger of Pine-
hurst Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Benj-
amin Greenberg of West Palm
Beach, Fla.
The bride wore a hoop-skirt gown
of tiered lace studded with crys-
tal beads. Her crown was designed
to match the beading on the gown
and was set off by a chapel train.
She carried orchids and Stephan-
otis on her confirmation Bible.
Mrs. Fernando Salcedo served
as her sister's matron of honor;
Amy Fleischer was the maid of
honor; and Laurie Salcedo, the
bride's niece, was flower girl.
Mrs. Joseph Rosenberger, the
grandmother, • also was in attend-
ance.

Business Briefs

DRAMATIC ARTS S T U D I 0,
19501 W. Seven Mile, a new and
unique acting school, officially
opened Sept. 10. Offering a full
range of theatrical courses, in-
cluding acting, directing and danc-
ing, the studio is headed by Duane
Peck, director, actor and scenic
designer. In addition to beginner
and advanced teen and adult
courses, Dramatic Arts Studio will
provide special children's classes
emphasising confidence in speech,
movement and social development.
Self-improvement and modeling
classes for all ages will be offered,
plus free community services for
clubs and organizations. For in-
formation, call KE. 8-2277.
* * *
HARRIS ROSS and BARNEY
TEAL, both well known in the
automotive field, are now associ-
ated with Bill Snethkamp, Inc.,
16430 Woodward, one block south
of Six Mile Rd., featuring the
finest in Imperials, Chryslers,
Plymouths, Valiants and Simcas
for 1966. Ross is a veteran sales-
man with over 40 years of compe-
tent and courteous service to his
customers. Teal, a veteran in auto-
mobile sales and service, is now in
a managerial capacity with Bill
Snethkamp.

*

Phone: KE 4-8400 or Write to Helen W. Beeman, R.N., Dir.

Detroit, Michigan 48219

Truly the finest Music and
Entertainment for the discriminating

*

SCHWARTZ is now
showing her all-new fall line of
invitations, party accessories and
stationery. A complete selection of
all types of invitations, including
the finest engraved, for all social
occasions, is now being featured.
For personalized service, call In-
vitations by Hattie, 864-7294.

Care of each patient is _under tbe•supernision of patients own
family physician. ,Staff physician available OR



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SINGERS WANTED

In the bridegroom's party were
Fernando Salcedo as best man;
his brother, Jay Greenberg; his
grandfather, Jack Schneider; his
grandmother, Mollie Greenberg;
and the bride's nephew, Steven
Salcedo, as the ring bearer.
Following a dinner-dance, the
couple left on a New York honey-
moon. They are now residing in
Coral Gables.

Best Wishes To All Our Friends
and Customers for a

Insurance Co. Gratiot District,
with offices at 15300 E. Seven Mile,
and is a life member of the Mil-

The Detroit Jewish folk chorus is now accepting singers for its 41st
season. If you like to sing, join us on Monday evenings at 8 p.m.
Rehearsals are held at the Jewish Music Center, 14868 Schaefer,
near Fenkell.

IRV FIELD

For Good Photographs
and Prompt Service
Call Me at

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40—Friday, September 24, 1965

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