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April 29, 1966 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-29

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Deborah Neshkes to Wed Criers-Kibitzers,
Stuart Weisblatt July 2 Other Splendid

Elkin Narratives

MISS DEBORAH NESHKES

Mr. Alex Neshkes, 20230 Ard-
more, announces the engagement
of his _daughter Deborah Lynn to
Stuart G. Weisblatt, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Weisblatt, 23220
Laura, Southfield. The bride-elect
is the daughter of the late Mrs.
Gertrude Neshkes.
Miss Neshkes and her fiance
are both students at Wayne State
University.
The couple plans a July 2 wed-
ding.

Comay Will Speak
in Cottler's Honor

Michael Comay, Israel Ambassa-
dor to the United Nations, will be
the guest speaker at the Labor
Zionist Move-
ment - Landsman-
shaften Israel
" H a i" anniver-
sary celebration
which will honor
Norman Cottler
on May 10, at the
Labor Zionist In-
stitute. A m b as-
sador Comay will
pay tribute to
Cattier.
Cottler 3 ,vill be
honored on the
occasion of his
70th birthday as
a veteran of the
Comay ewish Legion in
World War I and as a pioneer
member of the Labor Zionist
movement.
Tova Ronni, Israeli singer and
dramatic artist, will head the
entertainment program at the
affair on behalf of Israel Bonds.
Morris Lieberman is testimonial
chairman, Mrs. Morris L. Schaver,
honorary chairman and Harry L.
Schumer, campaign chairman.
The names of all those who pur-
chase Israel Bonds prior to or on
the night of the celebration will
be included' in a souvenir folio to
be presented to Cattier. Call DI
5707 for reservations.

Business Briefs

By Sid Shmarak

Two young Israeli veterans have
"gone soft"—opening an exclusive
infants' and children's fashion
shop at 23430 Woodward, Fern-
dale. Imported and domestic knit-
wear, primarily from Israel, is
featured at the TOTS AND TODD-
LERS Shop, but there are also
clothing and gift items from
Switzerland, Belgium and Holland.
Co-owners Abraham Levy, who
fought in the 1948 War of Inde-
pendence, and Oded Rubinstein, a
veteran of the Israel Army, can
be reached at 398-2034.

Radomer Society to Meet

Radomer Aid and Ladies Soci-
ety, will hold an executive board
meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
Workmen's Circle Center to dis-
cuss plans for a games party and
Israel's 18th anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Finkelstein
will be host and hostess.

Humor intermingles with pathos
and there are remarkably fine
character studies in "Criers and
Kibitzers, Kibitzers and Criers," by
Stanley Elkin, published by Ran-
dom House.
There are nine stories in this
book, and in each the author has
skilfully described situations and
people.
The title story is a tale about
Jews in business, their troubles,
shoplifting, anger, loss of temper
and thereby loss of customers.
There are the differences between
partners, petty arguments, sorrow
over loss of a son.
The dialect resorted to, some of
the puns, might not please all
readers. But this story is touching,
unique, realistic!
Equally as realistic are the
other stories. "The Guest" is a
charmer and "Perlmutter at the
East Pole" introduces a fellow
whose desire for friendship marks
the originality of the plot and the
motivation of a well told story.
Elkin's splendid style, his excit-
ing plots, his interesting charac-
ters make his new book a real
delight for discriminating readers.

Kaplan-Kallen Rites
Planned for August

"*•\-.

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Teplitsky,
22181 Avon, Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Ardele Sylvia to Richard Douglas
Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Morris, 21380 Kipling, Oak Park.
Miss Teplitsky and her fiance
attend Wayne State University,
where Mr. Morris is affiliated with
Pi Delta Phi Fraternity.
The Couple plans a Dec. 18 wed-
ding.

'Ring Round theMoon'
Due at Center Theater

"Ring Round the Moon" by Jean
Anouilh will be the final produc-
tion of the season at Center
Theater, 8:30 p.m., May 7, 8, 11,
12, 14 and 15. Tickets are avail-
able at Hudson's box office, the
Jewish Center, and at the door on
performance nights.
Under • the direction of Earl
Matthews, the cast of this wistful
romance includes John-Allen,
Cheryl Bound, Carole and Nelson
Chase, Florence Glen, Bert Gor-
don, Sylvia Josephson, Rollon
Parker, Bluma Siegal and June and
Nicholas Snow.
Miss Josephson
is well known to
Center T h e ater
goers for her
performances in
"Middle of the
Night" and
Streetcar Named
Desire." She i
also a member
of the Center
Theater Mobile
Repertory C o
pany. Miss Josephson

An unknown number have active
disease without knowing it. Last
year, about 9,000 people died of
TB, many not previously known to
have it.

INVITATIONS

By HATTIE
SCHWARTZ
356-8563

JERUSALEM — Premier Seretse
Khania of Bechuanaland visited
Israel's Independence Day parade
in Haifa Monday. The Premier is
on a four-day visit in Israel. The
ceremonies were of particular in-
terest since Bechuanaland, a Brit-
ish protectorate, is soon to be
granted its independence.

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MISS JACQUELINE KAPLAN

An August wedding is planned
by Jacqueline Kaplan and Michael
Kallen. Miss Kaplan is the daugh-
ter of Phillip Kaplan of Radclift
Pl., Oak Park, and Mrs. Marjorie
Mahoney of Lancashire Dr. The
bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Kallen of Steele
Ave.

Hebrew Schools'
Teplitsky-Morris Vows Slates May 17
to Be Spoken Dec. 18 Annual Meeting

MISS ARDELE TEPLITSKY

Bechuanaland's Premier
Pays Visit to Israel

William B. Goldfarb, president
of the Cleveland Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, will be the guest
speaker at the 46th annual meet-
ing of the United Hebrew Schools,
May 17, on the subject "The Role
of the Layman in Jewish Educa-
tion."
Goldfarb has been appointed
chairman of the recently estab-
lished National Council on Adult
Jewish Education, which is com-
posed of 17 national Jewish agen-
cies with adult education pro-
grams. In addition to his law prac-
tice, Goldfarb has teught in Jew-
ish institutions for 15 years, in-
cluding one year as a high school
teacher of math and world lit-
erature in Israel.. He s a mem-
ber of the board of trustees of
the Jewish Community Federation
of Cleveland, serves on the Cleve-
land Civil Liberties Union Legal
Committee and the National Board
of American Jewish League for
Israel.
Part of the program May 17 will
be devoted to honoring Lawrence
W. Crohn, Philip J. Gilbert and
Maurice Landau, board members
of the UHS who have devoted
many years of service to Jewish
education.
William A. Yolles, chairman of
the nominations committee, an-
nounces that the following officers
who are currently' serving on the
board will be renominated for
election to the posts they now
hold: Abe Kasle, honorary pres-
ident; George M. Zeltzer, presi-
dent; Leonard E. Baron, Mitchell
Feldman and Gordon Ginsberg,
vice presidents; William A. Yolles,
secretary; Jack Shenkman, treas-
urer, and Albert Lubin, assistant
treasurer. The following board
members whose terms expire in
1966 will be renominated: Mandell
L. Berman, Morris J. Brandwine,
Irwin I. Cohn, Lawrence W. Crohn,
Alfred Deutsch, Philip J. Gilbert,
Gordon I. Ginsberg, Jay Rosen-
shine, William R. Roth, David Saf-
ran, Benjamin Weiss and Harry
Yudkoff. To fill the four vacan-
cies on the board, the following
will be nominated: Alex Kraft,
Stanley H. Marks, Sam Simmer
and Marshall Wallace.
Board member Norman D. Katz
is chairman of the annual meet-
ing committee.
This annual event will begin at
6:15 p.m. with cocktails and will
be followed by a catered kosher
dinner at 7 p.m. in the Ehrlich
auditorium of the Esther Berman
Building. Reservations may be
made by contacting Mrs. Broder,
DI 1-3407.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 29, 1966-25

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