100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

October 22, 1965 - Image 28

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-22

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Edwin Malkin to Take
Marlene Katz as Bride

Business Briefs

Krasnik-Light Vows
Will Be Exchanged

By Sid Shmarak

Maurice and Irene Batchko have
opened MAU-RENE, Inc., a unique
studio featuring a fine couture
selection of daytime and evening
fashions in misses and junior sizes.
Located at 17592 Wyoming across
from Mumford High, the Batchkos
suggest that anyone who wishes
personalized service make a prior
appointment by calling UN 3-7477
or UN 3-4545.

MISS MARLENE KATZ

Bee Kalt of the BEE KALT
TRAVEL SERVICE, has just re-
turned from an inspection tour
of the new cruise and ocean liner
Sagafjord. Mrs. Kalt was the only
agent from Detroit and vicinity to
be invited for the occasion. Mrs.
Kalt, who also recently visited and
inspected the new liners, Raffaeilo
and Queen Anna Maria, says that
she and her staff have sailed or
inspected all of the major cruise
ships, so that they might have first-
hand information for their clien-
tele. For free booklet of cruises
for '65 - '66, call Bee or Harold
Kalt at JO 6-1490 or MI 6-2170.

Mr. and Mrs. Max Katz of Whit_
more Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Marlene to Edwin Marc Malkin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Malkin
of Sussex Ave., Oak Park.
Both Miss Katz and her fiance
are attending Wayne State Uni-
After serving Detroiters for 18
versity. They plan a June wedding. years with formal attire, Sam
Dobkin has opened DOBBY'S in
Livonia at 28865 Plymouth Rd.
Party Plans in Works
Featuring the finest selection of
for Couples Club
formal wear in most-wanted shades
The annual cocktail party of the and in the newest styles, Dobby's
Married Couples Club of Adas also has a complete line of men's
Shalom Synagogue will be held sportswear. Mr. Dobkin can be
8:30 p.m. Nov. 6 in the social hall. reached at 425-7070.
* * *
It is open to the community.
IVIORREY'S FLNE JEWELRY
Music will be by the Blue Baron AND GIFTS, 283 Hamilton, Birm-
Band, and buffet supper, prizes ingham, is continuing its grand
and surprises will be included. For opening celebration. Morris Wat-
reservations, call Mrs. Henry nick and Saul Rutin have com-
Klegon, KE 5-3066, or Mrs. Edwin bined their resources and experi-
Ehrlich EI. 7-4633.
ence to open a veritable jewelry
The club, in its 14th year, focuses wonderland, featuring the largest
on programs and socials. For mem- selection of gold jewelry in this
bership information, call Jan and area, with every item persoally
Richard Boyer, LI. 7-5911.
selected and priced by Morris and
Saul.
* *
NINO, outstanding hair stylist,
has just returned from the World
Now ...
Congress in Paris, France. The
Booking on His Own
World Congress sponsored by In-
ternational Coiffures Pour Dames
is held biennially in all the
world's capital cities for distingu-
and His Orchestra
ished salon operators. Over a
Good Music
thousand members participated and
for All Occasions
exhibited, giving Nino an oppor-
tunity to observe the latest world-
LI 4-9278
wide trends in coiffures.

BY POPULAR DEMAND !

ED BURG

A BEAUTIFUL CARPET and FURNITURE CLEANING

• All Work Guaranteed
• Moth Proofing FREE
• 35 Yards — $15
42 Years Experience

SAM SMALTZ

542-4735

CUSTOM
C L_AvSIc EE3 At—) — r

ES3L-11L-1=) IN E3L-001 ■ ./11=L-1:=3,

Use our Home Design or Your Own
NORMAN N. SNYDER LEOPOLD J. SNYDER

Sales

Construction and Design

Phone:

863-9629

MISS MARILYN KRASNIK

Dr. and Mrs. Philip Krasnik of
San Juan Dr. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Mar-
ilyn to Lawrence David Light, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Light of
Manor Ave.
A July 31 wedding is planned.

JWV Auxiliary

Launches Drive
for Membership

The 1965 drive for membership
of the Department of Michigan
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
will culminate in a mass member-
ship party 8:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at Beth
Abraham Synagogue.
Department President Mrs. Jerry
Dale has appointed Mrs. William
Greenberg, junior vice president,
as membership chairman for the
drive.
Michigan's 12 auxiliaries will
participate in the campaign to in-
terest eligible women in the or-
ganization. Members are related to
a veteran of an American war who
is of the Jewish faith.
JWVA's program includes aid
to hospitalized veterans and to
needy veterans and their fami-
lies, child welfare, support of the
Tel Hashomer Hospital in Israel
and a non-sectarian scholarship
program.
Mrs. Albert Rosen, past depart-
ment president, will serve as co-
ordinator for the Nov. 9 party. For
information, call the JWV office,
342-8161.

For his service to world Jewry,
Dr. William Haber, dean of the
college of literature, science and
the arts at the University of Mich-
igan, will be honored at a testi-
monal dinner Oct. 31. at the Pont-
chartrain Hotel.
Sponsor of the dinner is the De-
troit Men's Chapter of the Organ-
ization for Rehabilitation Through
Training. Dr. Haber is president of
the American ORT Federation and
the Central Board of the World
ORT Union, whose vocational
training schools are operated in 21
countries.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Har-
lan Hatcher, president of the Uni-
versity of Michigan. The dinner
is the first social function of the
newly formed men's chapter.
Dr. Haber became chairman
of the ORT Central Board in 1955
and has traveled widely through-
out the world visiting the 625
schools and training units of
ORT.
Professor of economics at U. of
M. since 1936, Dr. Haber organized
and directed the National Refugee
Service in 1939. He is a member of
the executive committee of the
American Jewish Committee and
of the National Council of the Am-
erican Joint DistribUtion Commit-
tee.

Radomer Aid and Ladies Society (-

will hold an executive board meet-

ing 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Work-
men's Circle Center.
Discussion will center on a rum-
mage sale and other charity af-
fairs. Refreshments will be served.

SAM ROSENBLAT

Master of Ceremonies
And His
Dance and Entertainment
Band

Party Arrangement Specialist

KE 8-1291

UN 4-0237

FACIAL- HAIR
PERMANENTLY
REMOVED

Eyebrows—Neckline—Arms—Legs
Recommended by Physicians
FREE CONSULTATION

SHIRLEY PERSIN

Registered Electrologist

647-2367

1157 David Whitney Bldg.

WO 1-5558

Day and Eve. App't. Except Thurs.

NIMINIMINNI5 ■■■ •••

A S SO 1A)TigS

LI 8-1116
LI 8-2266

Photographers — Specializing in
Color Candids and Movies

EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?

Cradrook House Motel

Is Conveniently Located at

20500 JAMES COUZENS

(8 Mile & Greenfield—Across from Northland)
Call 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodations!
Dine at the SCOTCH & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
Airport Limousine Service Available

THE NEW MEN'S CLOTHING
FOR FALL IS HERE NOW!

• COATS
• SLACKS

• SUITS
• SPORTCOATS

At Very Reasonable Prices

* Latest Fall Shades * Hand Detailing

* Flattering Styles

Haifa Technion Blueprint
$50 Million Development

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, October 22, 1965

Radomer VIPs to Meet

Larry Freedman

DETROIT LADIES AUXILIARY
135, will Mid a luncheon and
games party noon Wednesday at
Federal Department Store, Oak-
man and Grand River. A regular
meeting will be held 8 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.

HAIFA (JTA)—The Haifa In-
stitute of Technology announced
plans for a five-year,. $50,000,000
development plan to enlarge its un-
dergraduate capacity to 5,000 stu-
dents.
Most of the money is to be raised
by overseas friends of the Tech-
nion. The Israel government has
pledged to provide 25 per cent of
the total cost, according to Alex-
ander Goldberg, Technion presi-
dent.
Goldberg joined with Vice Presi-
dent David Ginsburg, who drew up
the expansion plan, to report to a
press conference on the Technion
school year which opened Tuesday.
The officials reported that of 1,440
candidates for admission, 820 had
been enrolled. Goldberg also re-
ported that the Technion was try-
ing to recruit top-flight instructors
in the United States to cope with
the Technion teacher problem.

Dr. Haber will be introduced
by Dr. Morris Adler of Shaarey
Zedek Synagogue. Harry Platt,
Chairman of the Detroit men's
chapter, will preside.
For reservations, call Herman
A. August, dinner arrangements
chairman, WO 1-0282.

Orchestra and Entertainment

JWV Activities

Nothing is certain in this world
but death and taxes — Amer.
proverb.

BUILDERS IN

Dr. Haber, Renowned U. of M. Dean,
to Be Honored for Aid to World Jews

* Fine Fabrics

EXPERT FITTING & TAILORING
ON LADIES' & MEN'S CLOTHING

&
RADOM TAILORS CLOTHIERS
CLEANERS

22141 COOLIDGE, Just So. of 9 Mile Rd.

n

44111AGe A32? -144

CP—'

Diana

(Formerly Associated With Selma Bonheim)

of

Lingerie and Corsets
Invites You To See . . .
THE LATEST FALL FASHIONS IN
WOMEN'S GARMENTS . .

You'll Look and Feel Better in an Apparel
by Boutique

FREE GIFT WRAPPING EXPERT ALTERATIONS AT NO CHARGE
LI 1-1220 k
21182 GREENFIELD
GREEN - 8 SHOPPING CENTER

Open Mon., Thurs. & Set. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Tues., Wed., Fri. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

tetfab...
A

r

4'1

4

g

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan