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June 03, 1966 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-03

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Myrna Burhe Weds
Spencer Matt Partrich

activities in Society

Midrasha Graduates to Present Satirical Skit
on Experiences as Hebrew School Students

An original satirical skit based Masserman, Sheilah Goldberg and
on their years of experience as Marcia Segall.
Refreshments will be served.
Bodzin Family Club will hold its monthly meeting Sunday at the Hebrew school students will be
Southfield home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Bodzin. Recent graduates presented by the members of the The public is invited at no charge.
Stephen A. Bodzin and Harvey E. Blitz will be honored. Mr. Bodzin graduating class of the Midrasha,
will be leaving with his wife, Tanya, for Washington, D.C., this month, College of at Studies, 9 P.m.
Friday, June 3, 1966-25
to take a position with the Internal Revenue Service. He completed Saturday at the Esther Berman
his studies at the University of Michigan's law school in May. Mr. Building.
Blitz will graduate Thursday from Wayne State University. Recipient
Shlomo and Yael Biederman will THE NEWEST
of the Floyd Mechem Scholarship, he will continue his studies at the lead in singing and dancing, and IN WEDDING • BAR MITZVAH
University of Chicago's Law SchooL
there will be a Havdalah serv-
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisenman of W. Outer Dr. recently hosted ice. Program planners are Jay
a cocktail party given in honor of their son, Dr. Harold Eisenman,
and his fiancee, Elyse Ross of East Orange, N.J. Out-of-town guests
were parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ross; Mrs. Edward
Music the Stein-Way
Horwitz of Utica, daughter of the Eisenmans; Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schwartzberg of Cleveland; and Mrs. Ben Aronson and son Michael
of Indianapolis.
Marshall R. Lapin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lapin of Briar Dr.,
Oak Park, will be graduated from Marquette University School of Den-
tistry in Milwaukee Sunday. After completing basic training at Shepard
Air Force Base, Tex., he and his wife, the former Sharon Weingarden
of Detroit, will take up residence at McQuire Air Force Base in New
Mr. Elliott Elkin has just returned from a ten-day business-pleasure
Green-8 Center Only!
trip to Europe, stopping at Lisbon and Estoril in Portugal; Seville,
Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.
Marbella (Costa del Sol) and Madrid in Spain; and Tangier, Morocco.
Elkin, of the Elkin Travel Bureau, was making a survey of the finest
hotels in the above cities to use in his group travel this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Goldman and their daughter Paula of Mill-
brook Rd., Farmington, have recently returned from a Caribbean cruise
aboard the MS Victoria. They visited the islands of Saint Thomas,
Guadeloupe, Saint Martin and Puerto Rico.
Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Shaye were honored as president and "first cE
lady" of Franklin Hills Country Club at the President's Ball last
Mrs. Henry Schore, president of Bnai David Sisterhood, honored
her officers and board members with a dinner-party at her home
on Greenlawn Ave. recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bookstein of Corning Ave., Oak Park, will leave
Monday for a trip to Israel, England and France.



LI 7-2770


Myrna Lois Burke became the
bride of Spencer Matt Partrich
in a candlelight ceremony at
Ahavas Achim Synagogue Sunday.
Rabbi Seymour Panitz officiated.
The couple's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Burke of Bellwood
Rd., Southfield, and Mr. and Mrs.
Max Partrich of Rensselaer Blvd.,
Oak Park.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza with a bodice of hand-
run Alencon lace. Over it was a
floor-length coat of silk organza
with a chapel train and tea-cup
sleeves of matching lace. Her
pouf veil of silk, illusion was held
by an open crown of heirloom
blossoms, and she carried a cres-
cent of roses and Stephanotis.

Brenda Burke, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor, and
bridesmaids were Mrs. Harvey
Zuppke, Marian Foreman and
Mrs. Mark Grodan.

Richard Komer was best man;
and ushers were Stephen Minns,
Michael Partrich and Stuart Zuck-
Leora Bar-Levav and Melany
Soble were flower girls.
After a two-week honeymoon in
New York and the Catskill Moun-
tains, the couple will reside in

Yeshivah Election Slated

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah PTA
will hold its election meeting 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the new
Southfield building. A fashion
show by the Beth Jacob home
economics class is planned.






Mayor Cavanagh and Detroit men are Mandell Berman, Louis
Symphony Conductors Sixten Berry, Abraham
Ehrling and Valter Poole are serv- Borman, Tom
ing as honorary chairmen of the Borman, Harry
concert which will mark the eighth Cohen, Mrs. Sam-
anniversary of the Hillel Day uel Danto, Max
School of Metropolitan Detroit 8:30 M. Fisher, Char-
p.m. June 23 at Ford Auditorium. les Grosberg,
Metropolitan Opera star Jan Judge Ira G.
Peerce will be guest artist at the Kaufman, E d-
Tribute Concert honoring Mrs. ward C. Levy,
Emma Lazaroff Schaver on the oc- Philip Slomovitz
and Philip Stoll-
casion of her 60th birthday.
Peerce will dedicate his program
Members of the music arts com-
to the cause of the Hillel school
and will include several special mittee include such artists and pa-
renditions never before heard at trons of music as Julius Chajes,
Don Frohman, Nathan Gordon,
formal concerts.
Mrs. Schaver will present a num- Mischa Kottler, Mischa Mischak-
ber of selections in solo and in off, Gordon Staples, Harry Bradlin
and Jason Tickton, as well as Mes-
duet with Peerce.
Concert tickets are available at dames Norman Allan, Leonard
the concert office, 18501 West 10 Birndorf, Aaron Gershenson, Her-
Mile, Southfield, or by phoning bert Eskin and Michael Freeman.
Saul Waldman is Founders Day
Sherman Shapiro, concert chair- chairman and Rabbi Jacob Segal,
man, announces honorary co-chair- associate general chairman.

Try and Stop Me


The trouble with most diets
is that they take the starch
out of you . . .

Legally, the man is the head
of the house; and a pedes-
trian has the right of way.
Both are quite safe, until
they attempt to exercise
those rights . . .

Gas can be lethal in three
different ways: inhaling it
. . . lighting it . . . or step-
ping on it!

The world was created in
six days. At that time, Sen-
ate confirmation was un-
necessary . . .

Advice to Little Leaguers: if
at first you don't succeed,
try second base.


Lincoln at Coolidge

25901 Coolidge

LI 3-7847

Dreamy Pink Formal
and Baguette Covered

Mayor, Conductors Ehrling and Poole
Honorary Chairmen of Hillel Concert


ILTON BERLE told the panel of "What's My Line"
backstage one Sunday evening that at the conclusion of
the show he was going to a tavern down the block and ask
the bartender for a Mer-
maid. "A m er m a id,"

averred Arlene Francis,
"is a myth." "Lithen,"
snapped Berle, "did I
athk if she wath, mar-
Inadequate water supply


baguettes (large
sequin type)
completely cover
the aver-blouse
that tops a slim
formal in pink,
silk-like crepe.
Sizes 8 to 12. .
Sunday only!


Reg. $140 L.,


• „


1 /3 to 1/2 off

Were $50 to $300

Broken sizes and
colors, but each one a
terrific value — a
treasure to own!

was an irksome problem for
Arizonians even before the
spectacular population boom
in that state in the past
two decades. Early in the
nineteen twenties an Ari-
zona senator rose to point
2- ► 5
out that with water his
state would become a verit-
able paradise. A churlish senator across the aisle added spite-
fully, "That's all Hell needs, too."


Oscar Levant tells of ar. amusing impasse that he had with
no less a personage than the redoubtable Maestro Toscanini.

Levant had been engaged to play the Gershwin Concerto with
Toscanini's NBC Symphony, and found himself at odds with the
Maestro on the interpretation of a few passages. Of course the
Maestro had his way. When the disgruntled Levant pointed out,
"Gershwin wanted it the way I played it," Toscanini calmly
answered, "Thata poor boy! He was a-sick!"

0 1966, by Bennett Cert. Distributed by King Features Syndicate

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