Vicky Zimmerman Wed
to Clifford Miles Gorov
MRS. CLIFFORD GOROV
Vicky Grace Zimmerman
Clifford Miles Gorov were united
In marriage last Saturday evening
in a candlelight ceremony at Adas
Shalom Synagogue, with Rabbi
Jacob E. Segal officiating.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Zimmerman of Kip-
ling Ave., Oak Park, and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Gorov of Vassar Dr.
Mrs. Gilbert Gladstone, sister
of the bride, was matron of hon-
or. Bridesmaids included Fran-
cine Gorov, sister of the bride-
groom, Vicky Parsky, Carolyn
Zimmerman, Landra Eppstein
and Marcia Gladstone, junior
. • •
LOUIS MARSHALL CHAPTER
will hold its annual installation of
officers 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center with
Mrs. Alfred Lakin as installing
officer. There will be refreshments
and music. Guests invited.
* * *
SHOLEM ALEICHEM LODGE
will hold a Purim party 8 p.m.
Wednesday at Cong. Beth Yehu-
dah. Chairman for the evening is
Harry Cash. Walter Litt is co-
chairman in charge of a musical
program. Families and prospective
members are welcome. Refresh-
ments will be served.
* * *
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL, CHAPTER will hold an
installation dinner-dance March
13 for single men and women at
Ahavas Achim Synagogue, featur-
ing the music of the Latowniers.
Dinner will begin at 6 p.m., danc-
ing at 9 p.m. For reservations and
price information, contact Ger-
trude Steingold, LI 7-1441, or
Sylvia Helfer, UN 3-8454.
* * *
DOV FENKEL CHAPTER will
celebrate its ninth birthday with
the lodge 7:30 p.m. Monday at the
Oak Park Community Center.
Elliott Gorov served as his broth-
er's best man. Ushers included Ar-
nold Zimmerman, brother of the
bride, Jeffery Faintuck, Arnold
Geller, Garry Rosenblum, Sam No-
Ver, Larry Benjamin, Gilbert Glad-
stone, Stanley Gorman and Howard
Following a honeymoon in
Miami, the couple will reside in
8n g agements
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bluestein
of Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
d a u g h t e r, Charlaine Elizabeth
Ackerman to Lewis Alan Coburn,
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Co-
burn of Ann Arbor. Miss Acker-
man, the daughter of the late
Alfred E. Ackerman, was gradu-
ated magna cum laude, in 1961,
from the University of Michigan,
where she was elected to Phi Beta
Kappa. She received a masters
degree from the University of
Chicago in 1963, and is now with
the IBM Thomas J. Watson Re-
search Center in Yorktown
Heights, N.Y. Mr. Coburn received
his bachelors, masters and doc-
toral degrees from the UniVersity
of Michigan and was elected to Phi
Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi. He
Currently teaches in the division
of mathematical sciences at Pur-
due University in West Lafayette,
Ind. He was formerly on the
faculty of New York University.
T h e prospective bridegroom's
father Is professor of mathematics
at the University of Michigan. The
couple plans to be married in June.
The newlywed Alan Levensteins
are residing in Palo Alto, Calif.
after their recent marriage by
Rabbi M. Axelrod at Cong. Beth
Am in Los Altos. Mrs. Levenstein
is a graduate of University of
Michigan's school of nursing. Mr.
Levenstein, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, is attending
Stanford University Law School.
Mrs. Levenstein is the former
Judith Ann Mahaffy, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Mahaffy.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Israel Levenstein of San
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, February 25, 1966
to Two WSU Profs
Agree-Katzman Rites Probus Club Awards Go
Two Wayne State University named acting chairman of his de-
Are Planned for May professors received the annual partment in 1965.
* * *
Topic at Meeting
of ‘Going Like 50'
The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Men's and Women's Coun-
cils will hold the second in their
series of senior citizen "Going Like
50" programs 1:30 p.m. Sunday at
Cong. Gemiluth Chassodim.
Dr. Myer Teitelbaum will speak
on "Problems in Geriatrics," deal-
ing with old age and preventive
A musical program will feature
Marion Bates, coloratura soprano;
Gene Slobin, baritone; and Betty
Polen, pianist. Refreshments will
be served. Admission is free.
Samuel G. Bank and Mrs. Alan
Nathan are presidents of the Men's
and Women's Councils.
Chairmen for the older adult pro-
gram are Bernard Panush and
Mrs. Harris Becker. Members of
the committee are Mrs. Gordon
Fruitman, Mrs. Charles Galinsky,
Sol Steinberg and Morton Serlin.
Vaad Dinner Cites
E. I. Cohn Sunday
Rabbi Leizer Levin, president of
the Vaad Harabonim, has announc-
ed enthusiastic community res-
ponse to the 28th annual banquet
honoring Erwin I. Cohn to be held
6 p.m. Sunday at Cobo Hall.
A citation will be presented to
Cohn as an expression of apprecia-
,.. tion for his dedi-
cated leadership and
a lifetime of public
be given to Cohn's
tion to Torah insti-
pic endeavors and
many deeds of char-
ity for every worthy
Rabbi Levin cause.
Speaker will be Rabbi Dr. Isaac
Lewin, professor at the Yeshiva
University in New York, and rep-
resentative to UNESCO at the
Morris Karbal is chairman of
the banquet committee. Hyman
Safran will preside.
Pick Banquet Chairman
Samuel Kayne, president of the
Vladimiritzer Emergency Relief
Organization, named Louis Rose
and Phillip Rossen chairmen of the
annual banquet to be held 6:30
March 13 at Oak Manor. For tickets
and information, call Rossen, DI
MISS MARCY AGREE
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Agree,
25633 Greenfield, Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Marcy Ann to Fred Katz-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Katzman of Windsor.
A May wedding is planned.
Probus Club awards for academic
achievement Saturday night at the
club's annual dinner at the Shera-
ton-Cadillac Hotel. Sydney M.
Feinberg, president of the club,
made the presentation.
Honored were Dr. Harry Maisel,
19980 Renfrew, associate professor
in the department of anatomy at
the School of Medicine, and Dr.
Jacob E. Nyenhuis, assistant pro-
fessor and acting chairman of the
department of Greek and Latin.
Both received $500 grants without
The presentation marked the
fourth time that the club, an or-
ganization of 100 Jewish business
and professional men, has honored
WSU faculty members.
Dr. Maisel, who joined the WSU
School of Medicine faculty in 1961,
received an MSc degree from
McGill University, Montreal, and
a medical degree from the Univer-
sity of Cape Town, South Africa.
Before coming to WSU, he was a
research assistant and demonstra-
tor in anatomy at McGill Univer-
Dr. Nyenhuis, a member of the
WSU faculty since 1962, was
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COHN BRANCH, United He-
brew Schools PTO, will sponsor a
games night 8:30 p.m. March 9 at
the school. For information, call
Mrs. Jean Goldberg, GA 7-3474.
WOMEN will hold a games party
8 p.m. Tuesday at the Labor Zion-
ist Institute. Proceeds will go to-
ward Passover Care packages to
needy families in Israel. Hostesses
will be Mrs. Philip Kutnick and
Mrs. Julius Spielberg. For tickets
and information, call Mrs. Harry
Schechter, EL 3-6674.
* * *
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
hold a luncheon noon Monday at
Jericho Temple. Proceeds will go
toward Mo'os Hitim.
Special New Mar-Pary
Approved. for Passover
Margarine First Ever
The first margarine ever ap-
proved for Passover is now avail-
able to Jewish families. It's special
new Mar-Pary Margarine now in
Approved and produced under
supervision of the Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregation of Am-
erica, special new Mar-Pary is
certified pareve and kosher for
Passover. Manufactured by the
Miami Margarine Co. of Cincin-
nati, it is made with a new formula
of all vegetable, all natural, non-
Miami Vice President J. P.
Whitehurst explains, "Special new
Mar-Pary contains no milk or
animal fat or any non-acceptable
Passover ingredient. It may be
used to prepare or to serve at all
Jewish Passover meals, but can be
stored in freezer for use any time.
Highly unsaturated and vitamin
enriched, this tasty all-purpose
Margarine should be a boon to
Jewish Passover menus."
Special new Mar-Pary Margar-
ine, formulated and produced only
for Passover, will not replace
Miami's regular kosher, pareve
Mar-Pary Margarine produced and
sold throughout the year. Pass-
over products bear the "Kosher for
Passover" Jewish script with Eng-
lish translation on - the package.
"Years ago, the Miami Margar-
ine Co. of Cincinnati recognized
the need for a Jewish margarine
and developed regular Mar-Parv,
the first kosher pareve margaine.
And today Miami has scored
another first by perfecting the
first margarine approved for Pass-
over, special Mar-Parv," according
to Elmer Weber, Miami director of
Raskin Food Co., 15391 Idaho, is
the local distributor and can be
contacted for a list of stores where
the new margarine is sold.
Award winners in 1965 were Dr.
John M. Dorsey, the University
Professor, and Dr. Calvin L.
Stevens, professor and chairman
of the department of chemistry.
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