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August 19, 1966 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-08-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26—Friday, August 19, 1966

Franklyn Stein to Wed MSU Swim Coach
Arlene H. Dvorin
to Head U.S. Team

Mr. Emmer Engaged
to Marilynn Joyce Peltz

MICHIGAN MEDICAL

Business Briefs

By Ski Shmarak

It was announced this week that
Ha-Riveia Israeli Dance Troupe is
once again going to entertain the
Detroit area with its Israeli charm
and culture. Jeffrey Dunn, man-
ager and spokesman for the group,
said the group is comprised solely
of teen-agers between the ages of
15- 18 who dance in gaily decorative
costumes 'patterned after those
worn in Israel on festive occasions.
Accompanying the group is David
Goldschmidt, a native Israeli, on
the accordion. For more informa-
tion call Dunn at LI 8-7864.

at Brazil Games

MANPOWER

Michigan is starting its Medicare
program with 140 more medical
doctors than in 1965. Currently
there are 8,307 doctors of medicine
registered compared with 8,167 in
1965. In addition, Michigan has
2,514 out-of-state M.D.'s registered
c o.m pared to 2,404 in - 1965. 471
Michigan doctors are now in mili-
tary service compared to 432 last
year. .

Richard B. Fetters, assistant
swimming coach at Michigan State
University for the last four years,
has been named head coach of an
eight-member swimming and div-
ing team that will represent the
and his ORCHESTRA
United States in the sixth Pan-
"Music at Its Best
American Maccabiah Games in Sao
for Your Guests"
Paulo, Brazil, Aug. 23-28.
The announcement was made
jointly by Haskell Cohen of New
York, president Of the sponsoring
United States Committee-Sports
for Israel, and Jack Abrahamson
19th Century Pathologist
of Jamaica Estates, New York,
MISS MARILYNN PELTZ
Orchestra and Entertainment
Moritz Benedikt, a 19th Century
over-all sports and swimming
At a garden party, Mr. and Mrs. Austrian-Jewish neurologist, was a
chairman of the ,committee.
MISS ARLENE DVORIN
pioneer in the field of electro-
The team of seven swimmers Jack Peltz of Prest Ave, an- therapeutics and made major con-
nounced
the
engagement
of
their
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dvorin, and one diver will be named in daughter Marilynn Joyce to Rich- tributions in the pathology of the
17419 Roselawn, announce the en- the next two or three days.
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
ard Steven Emmer, son of Mrs. circulatory system.
gagement of their daughter Arlene
Fetters, a 45-year-old native Ruth Emmer of Ashton Rd. and
Harriet to Franklyn Stein, son of of South Bend, Ind., helped Mich- the late Mr. Abe Emmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stein, 21550 igan State head coach Charles Mc-
The prospective bridegroom at
Cambridge.
Caffree coach a Spartan team that tends the Detroit Institute of Tech-
The couple plans an October placed fourth in the National Col- nology.
wedding. •
legiate Championships this past
The couple plans a November
season, and third in the Big Ten wedding.
Championships.
`The Fixer', Malamud's
Following his graduation from TV Personality Again
Novel, Due on Sept. 7
the University of Notre Dame in
ORCHESTRA
Bernard Malamud, winner of 1951, he coached the swimming to Conduct Teen-Age
CALL: LI 7-0896 or LI 5-2737
the National Book Award for fic- team at Riley High School in
tion and generally recognized as South Bend for six years, and Holy Day Services
one of America's outstanding won two Indiana state titles.
Harry Goldstein, educator and
novelists, is the author of "The
radio
• and TV commentator, will
During World War II, Fetters
Fixer," to be published by Farrar,
supervise Beth Aaron's teen-age
saw
41/2
years
of
service
as
a
Straus and Giroux Sept. '7.
High Holy Days services, it' was
The fixer of the title is Yakov Navy pilot in the Pacific Theater. announced by Mrs. Albert Kaplan,
For
a
number
of
years,
he
has
Bok, a handyman who lives in
chairman of the synagogue's youth
Czarist Russia during a period of been active in Red Cross programs commission. Goldstein will direct
virulent anti-Semitism and who is for water safety and in YMCA these youth services for the fifth
falsely accused of the "ritual" swimming programs. He earned consecutive year.
murder of a young boy. Arrested an MS degree from Indiana Uni-
Beth Aaron's teen-age High Holy
and jailed, Bok refuses to "con- versity in 1954.
Days services this year will be
Fourteen Pan American nations held at Imperial Kosher Catering
fess," and in the crucible of his
ordeal, he is transformed from a will compete in the Pan American Hall, 18451 Wyoming. The serv-
Maccabiah Games, the United ices are scheduled for Rosh Hash-
little man into a great one.
For Men and Boys 6 to 60
Malamud's novel deals with a States for the first time. In addi- ana and Yom Kippur. The serv-
7 Mile at Evergreen Acres of Free Parking
particular form of injustice, but tion to swimming and diving, the ices are open to young people,
his theme is universal, reminis- United States will be represented 13 to 19.
KE 3-4310
Charge Accounts Invited
cent of the Vanzetti, Dreyfus and in judo, tennis and basketball
The cantor for these services
(senior and junior).
Beiliss cases.
will be Danny Guyer, a graduate
of the Midrasha College of Jew-
ish Studies of the United Hebrew
Schools and a Hebrew Schools
instructor, who directs Beth
Aaron's Junior Sabbath services.
Aug. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Elli
Participating with Goldstein and
Lost Week's Winner of the
ott Grodsky (Janette Katz), 24359 Guyer will be' senior members of
Rensselaer, Oak Park, a son, Law- the U.S.Y. in blowing the shofar,
"RASKIN
rence Martin.
"Speedy Recovery," "Sympathy" or "Bon Voyage"
Torah reading and other honors.
* * *
BIG BABY BONUS"
For admission tickets call the
more important than what you say
Aug. 10—To - Dr. and Mrs. W. synagogue office.
MRS. FRED STEINER
is how you say it. Expressions of
Robert Silverstone (C h a r 1 o t t e
(8 lbs., 12 1/2 oz.)
sympathy, best wishes or congratu-
Meckler), 17281 Revere, South-
Congratulations on the birth of your
daughter and we hope the RASKIN
lations are much more effective with
field, a son, Marc Jeffrey.
PRODUCTS you received helped
*- * *
a gift basket that speaks for you
make your first week at home easier.
. . in an eye-appealing. taste-tempt-
Aug 10—To Dr. and Mrs. Gary
RASKIN FOOD CO.
David Steinman (Judith I. Messer)
ing and satisfying manner.
at State College, Pennsylvania, a
BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will
We are Michigan's leader in
Aug. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Ed- daughter, Jessica Tanya.
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, at the
ward A. Oxer (Tina Shriman of
GIFT BASKET PREPARATION -
e * *
Oak Park Community Center.
Detroit) of Brooklyn, a son, Adam
There must be a reason!!
Aug. 7—To Dr. and Mrs. Sher- There will be a Chinese auction,
Howard.
win Kepes (Marilyn Block), of followed by a social hour. For
Call 862-6800 .. and CHARGE ITI
Fort Wayne, former Detroiters, membership information contact
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
twin daughters, Laura Beth and Fern Seltzer, 546-5875.
Leslie Ann.
RABBI
. * * *
He who destroys any useful thing
3205 W. McNICHOLS RD. (at Wildemere)
Aug. 5—To Dr. and Mrs. Don- is guilty of a sin.—Midrash Agga-
DETROIT 21. MICHIGAN
ald Kaplan (Carolyn Berman), 8711 dah Shofetim.
334-8266
334-4149
Sterling, Center Line, a daughter,
Serving In Hospitals and Homes
Kimberly Hope.
NEW STYLES ARE HERE
* * *
HACK'S BACK-TO-SCHOOL-SHOES!
Aug. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
REV. GOLDMAN L.
Peiss (Marilyn Goldberg), 23211
Berkley, Oak Park, a daughter,
Shop early for the most complete selection of
Marla Beth.
patterns in your size.
* * *
MOHEL
Serving at Homes and Hospitals
Aug. 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Black smooth leather with white har-
R. Hauser (Jeanette Drescher),
DI 1-9909
ness stitching; also black nylon velvet.
17321 Madison, Southfield, a daugh-
Beige, navy and the traditional saddles
ter, Sandra Denise.
as well as combinations.
Recommended by Physicians
* *
July 20 To Dr. and Mrs. Den-
nis S. Phillips (Judith Caplan),
Black, brown, cordovan color and pig.
24666 Martha Washington, South-
skin. Some with scuff toes and others
field, a daughter, Beth Morley.
Expert Mohel
* * *
in dressier patterns.
Serving Hospitals and Homes
July 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
LI 1-9769
LI 2-4444
ard M. Neuman (Terry Rosenberg),
And even Pre-Schoolers will need new shoes •
20067 Fenmore, twins, a son,
to keep up with _their growing feet.
Steven Lee and a daughter, Erica
RABBI C-HASKEL
Beth.
* a *
GRUBNER
5th FLOOR MUTUAL BLDG. • 28 W. ADAMS
SPECIALIZED MOHEL
To Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Pas-
Recommended by Physicians
ter, of Canoga Park, Calif. (Bar-
16633 E. WARREN / BIRMINGHAM —235 PIERCE STREET
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
19360 LIVERNOIS
bara Ann Onrich of Detroit), a
398-1017
14100 Sherwood
daughter, Simone Mae.

FRANK PAUL

EL 7-1799

Larry Freedman

647-2367

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and we'll take the low gear
and we'll all be in
MODsville together

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