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July 08, 1966 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-08

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Marsha Becher to Wed
Robert Joel Sherman

LETTER BOX

Barbara Gelb to Wed
Martin Linde in March

`Laughter Through Tears'
in 'Sallah' Characterizes
Plight of Newcomers

MISS MARSHA BECKER

Mr. and :Mrs. Ben Becker of
Rutherford Ave. announced the
engagement of their daughter
Marsha at a garden party, to Rob-
ert Joel Sherman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Sherman of Coyle Ave.,
Oak Park.
The prospectiVe bridegroom at-
tends Wayne State University.

ngagements

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kaufman,
24554 Lee Baker, Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Charlene Renee to Shel-
don Ira Green, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abe S. Green, 17521 Westland,
Southfield, and the late Mrs. Frieda
Green. Miss Kaufman attends Ma-
comb County Community College.
Her fiance is a graduate of Hills-
dale College. The wedding will
take place Oct. 30.

Editor, The Jewish News:
Last week we saw the movie
"Sallah." I thought it was a de-
lightful comedy. The way he de-
scribes the conditions of the new
immigrants, the miserable naabara,
the trials and tribulations of the
newcomers (especially the Yemen-
ites), right after the establish-
ment of Israel.
The Yemenites are a good peo-
ple, and he shows ‘Sallah not ac-
tually as a thief, but a -man who
in his desperation would do any-
thing to get a roof over his head.
The show is presented in a
lighter veiny like Sholom Alci-
chem said, "laughter through
tears." We do not have to be em-
barrassed (like some people
think); -it will not belittle the
State of Israel. The country was
new and poor and there were
many unavoidable evils, and the
first newcomers were the real
martyrs.
Looking at the show, I was hap-
py and grateful that there is no
more "maabara" (we saw it on
our visit in 1955) and that people
in Israel now live like mentchen
although there is still -much to be
desired and still many, many prob-
lems to be solved.
Topol (Sallah) is a great actor
and gives us a splendid perform-
ance.
MRS. REVA SCHOICHIT
18989 Snowden

Allen Only Opponent
of Nine Incumbents

Julius E. Allen announced his
candidacy as judge of the Wayne
eoesur0000meeeeemen Circuit Court for the eight-year
• • term ending January 1975. He is
EVERYBODY

OUT
OF
THE
POOL
• • the only candidate who filed

• FOR MORREY'S JULY SALE ! •• against the nine incumbents and
there will be no pri-

• • consequently
mary. His name will be on the
• •
• •
,ballot in the gen-
• •
eral election
• •
Nov. 8. He will

• •
be the only op-
• •

ponent of nine
Even
if
you
are
not
a
water!

incumbents.
• enthusiast, your head will;
Allen has been
!swim at the fantastic values.•

a practicing at-

torney since 1931,

• •
and is a partner

in the law firm


of Allen and


Tendler. He is a



member of the



State Bar of



Allen Michigan, a mem-

.

• ber of the Detroit Bar Associa-
Morris Watnick
Saul Rutin

tion, and an officer of civic, social

• and fraternal organizations.
• Fine Jewelry and Gifts

At the request of Governor G:
t5' •
• Mennen Williams, Allen served on
- •

I the Inter-Peninsula Communica-

• tions Commission from 1949 to


• 1951.

He is currently serving as a
commissioner on the Detroit Wa-
ter Board, by appointment in 1962

by Mayor Cavanagh.


Mr. and Mrs. Allen have two

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 8, 1966-23

BY POPULAR DEMAND !


Marriages

Now Booking —

ED BURG

CUSCUTIS-FREID: Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Freid of Parkside Ave.
announce the marriage of their
daughter Sheila Lois to Charles
Cuscutis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Cuscutis of Redfern Ave.
The couple are residing on North-
gate Blvd., Oak Park.

and

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MISS BARBARA GELB

R.S.V.P.
Appointment

Dr. anci. Mrs. Seymour A. Gelb
of Westland Ave., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Barbara Joan to Martin
Sidney Linde, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Linde of Lauder Ave.
A March wedding is planned.

THE WHOLE TOWN'S BUZZING

Somerset Park
to Open Own Golf
Course Monday

Somerset Park Apartments this
Monday will acquire a new feature
that will add to the attractions of
the vast project which already has
drawn nationwide attention to the
unusual setting near Detroit.
A golf course and clubhouse will
become available Monday to the
700 tenants already in the project
and will be among the features for
the thousands of tenants who are
expected to fill available apart-
ments which are being built at
the rate of an apartment during
every hour of a working day.
A formal preview Monday, with
notables participating, will mark
the opening of the golf course.
Max M. Fisher, Max and Phillip
Stollman, Samuel Frankel and Nor-
man J. Cohen will be hosts at the
preview.
The Somerset Park Apartments
in Troy are Michigan's largest com-
munity settings, with two shopping
areas on both ends. Saks Fifth and
Bonwit Teller are among the na-
tionally famous stores that have
commenced construction work at
the newer of the shopping centers.
The golf course is located on
Coolidge and Maple Roads.

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Today, Wolfgang Amadeus Mo-
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VANNI," sung in English, launch-
es simultaneously the music sea-
son for the Stratford Festival and
the season of varied productions at
the Avon Theater in Stratford, Ont.

*

*

Detroit Italians are working fe-
verishly in preparation for the
ITALIAN DAY FESTIVAL to be
held at the Michigan State Fair-
grounds, Sunday, from 12 noon
until 10 p.m. The annual event is
sponsored by the Italian Sons and
Daughters of America, Detroit
District Council. William H. Bosca
is general chairman and Peter D.
Bartholomew, assistant Wayne
County prosecutor, is chairman.
This year's festival is dedicated to
the late, great singing star, Mario
Lanza, and special homage will
also be paid to Giotto, famed
Italian painter (1267-1337).
* * *
The CANTATA ACADEMY will
open the Tuesday concert series
of the University of Detroit Sum-
mer Theater at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday
in the U. of D. Memorial Building
Auditorium.
* * *
The 17th and 18th District
Young Democrats will sponsor a
BASEBALL GAME 1:30 p.m. Sun-
day at Palmer Par k. Zolton
Ferency will be umpir e, and
players will include Reps. Daniel
Cooper, Jack Faxon and Albert
Kramer and Sen. Sander M. Levin.

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