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August 26, 1966 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-08-26

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22—Friday, August 26, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Brides Keep Date at Altar

SPECIAL
Time: 8:10 p.m. Monday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "Council of Service"
tells in a five-part series the story

* *

*

Community Council
Featured on Radio

MRS. DAVID GLASER

MRS. -BRUCE LOCKE

In an afternoon ceremony at
Adas Shalom Synagogue recently,
Susan Helen Rubenstein became
the bride of Bruce Richard Locke.
They are the children of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Rubenstein of Bir-
wood Ave. and Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney E. Locke of Lincoln Dr.,
Huntington Woods.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and Can-
tor Nicholas Fenakel officiated.
A reception at the home of the
bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Glassman of Kenber-
ton Ct., Oak Park, followed, and
the couple then left on a honey-
moon in Miami Beach and Wash-
ington, D.C.
The bride wore a short wed-
ding dress and coat of re-
embroidered lace. Her shoulder-
length veil was caught with a
Dior bow of silk illusion and
was accented by lace motifs
trimmed with seed pearls. She
carried a single rose on her con-
firmation Bible.
Maid of honor was Deborah
Segal, and bridesmaids Were De-
nise Locke, the bridegroom's sister,
and Doris Rubenstein, sister oi
the bride.
Roger Hyman served as best
man, and Jeffrey Stross and Leon-
ard Canvasser were ushers.
Tracey and Bradley Roberts,
whose mother was flower girl for
the bridegroom's parents 24 years
ago, were flower girl and ring
bearer.
The couple will reside in Ann
CENTENNIAL CHAPTER will Arbor.
hold its annual rummage sale 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Can-
adian Legion Hall, Ferndale.

MRS. AARON LIFCHEZ

In a candlelight ceremony Wed-
nesday evening at Temple Israel,
Gerianne Stein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol I. Stein of Kensing-
ton Ave., Southfield, exchanged
marital vows with David Gabriel
Glaser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Glaser of Appoline Ave.
Dr. Leon Fram and Cantor Har-
old Orbach officiated.
Following a honeymoon in Can-
ada, the couple will reside on
Mansfield Ave, Royal Oak.
The bride wore a gown of silk
gros de Londres, designed along
Empire lines. It was styled with a
Sabrina neckline, short Camelot
sleeves on English net and pearls
and an A-line skirt. A removable
coat-style train fell to chapel
length. Her headpiece was a net
and pearl crown, which held in
place a full chapel-length veil of
imported silk illusion.
Mrs. Franklin Sidlow was her
sister's matron of honor, and
bridesmaids were Mrs. Leonard
Borman, Carol Eisenberg, Mrs.
Peter Gidion, Susan Lebowitz,
Gail Richman and Mrs. Robert
Stein.
Leonard. Borman was best man.
Seating the guests were Stephen
Malerman, Joel Nager, Franklin
Sidlow, Lawrence Simmer, Au-
brey Smith and Robert Stein,
brother of the bride.

Marianne Katcher and Aaron
Stephen Lifchez were united in
marriage Sunday in a ceremony at
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. Dr.
Richard C. Hertz and Rabbi Ralph
Simon of Chicago officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Katcher, 25516
Wareham, Huntington Woods, and
Dr. and Mrs. Zack I. Lifchez of
Chicago.
The bride chose a silk peau
de soie gown with re-embroider-
ed Alencon lace encrusted with
seed pearls. The gown had a
Sabrina neckline with kabuki
sleeves and a modified A-line
skirt. A detachable chapel train,
also appliqued with lace and
pearls, fell from the Empire
waist. Her headpiece, a French
rose of seed pearls, held
a shoulder-length veil of silk
illusion. She carried a cascade
of Phalaenopsis and Stephanotis
on her confirmation Bible.
Louise Katcher served her sister
as maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Paula Lifchez, sister of the
bridegroom, Joann Handelsman of
Glencoe, Ill. and Elaine Harris.
Brian Katcher, the bride's broth-
er, served as best man. Ushers
were Jonathon Katcher, brother of
the bride, Bruce Finder of Chica-
go, Harvey Cohen of Chicago, Joel
Handelsman of Glencoe, Andrew
Efrusy, Mark Efrusy and Michael
Salzenstein.
After a wedding trip to Bermuda,
the couple will reside in Chicago.

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Arctivities

A ronoff-Kane Troth
Announced at Party

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"Council of Service," the Jew-
ish Community Council story told
in a series of five programs, will
be presented on station WWJ start-
ing Monday at 8:10 p.m., and con-
tinuing each week at the same
time through the month of Sep-
tember.
Announcement of the series was
made by Edwin G. Shifrin, chair-
man of the council's culture corn-
mission.
Shelby Newhouse, staff an-
nouncer of WWJ, will conduct the
interviews and discussions. Ap-
pearing with him on this series
are Dr. Samuel Krohn, president
of the Jewish Community Council;
Hubert J. Sidlow, chairman of the
internal relations committee; Wal-
ter E. Klein, council executive
director and former chairman of
its community relations commit-
tee; Evelyn Orbach, program as-
sociate of the council; Rabbi Leon
Fram, rabbi of Temple Israel;
Irving Pokempner, vice president
of the council and co-chairman of
the culture commission; and Hy
man Safran, president of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation.
The first program will depict the
history of the council and its phi-
losophy, with Dr. Samuel Krohn,
council president. This program is
produced by Mrs. Orbach.

At a recent dinner party, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Aronoff of Burton
Rd., Oak Park, announced the en-
gagement of their daughter Arlene
Doreen to Jack Martin Kane of
Murray Hill Ave., son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kasoff.
The couple is planning a No-
vember wedding.

Detroiters Dr. and Mrs. JOEL S.
DREYER are leaving to attend
"The World Psychiatrists Con-
gress" in Madrid, where Sinai
Hospital of Detroit is sending Dr.
Dreyer to present his paper on
"Criminal Responsibility."

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HIGHLIGHTS

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
and
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday
Station: WJBK
Feature: "Martin Buber" with
host Rabbi Morton Kanter de-
scribing the man and his contri-
butions to Jewish philosophy.
* * *
-ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "The True Visionaries,
the Great Prophets: Isaiah," is the
second of two discussions on this
topic. Mark Van Doren and Mau-
rice Samuel continue with this
subject their summer-long series
on "Dreims and Visions in the
Bible."

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Hack Shoes Relocated
in Grand Circus Park

After 41 years on the fifth floor
of a downtown Detroit office
building, the Hack Shoe Co. main
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to larger quarters made necessary
by its growth.
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The move, which took place
Aug. 24, will provide for additional
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and offices, according to Leonard **
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Less than a block away from
the present location at 28 W.
Adams, the new store will be lo-
cated across Woodward Avenue at
33 East Adams, facing Grand Cir-
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The new premises provide a
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The Hack Shoe Company was
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Hack, inventor of the Ripple sole
and many other footwear and or-
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sons, James, Lawrence and Robert,
are members of the firm.

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of the Jewish Community Council.
The first will depict its history
and philosophy, with Dr. Samuel
Krohn, president.
* * *
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Cantorial Masterpieces
by Jacob Barkin" will be heard
through recordings, with Cantor
Harold Orbach commenting on the
selections and their renditions.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S CLUB
will hold a stag breakfast for
13400 W. 7 MILE RD., Cor. Snowden
members at the synagogue 9:30 i
a.m., Sept. 11. Guest speaker will
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