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September 09, 1966 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-09

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Rhoda Yura Married
to Danny Glickman

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MRS. DANNY GLICKMAN

At an evening ceremony at Tem-
ple Israel, Rhoda Yura and Danny
Glickman were united in marriage.
Rabbis Leon Fram and M. Robert
Syme and Cantor Harold Orbach
officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Yura of Green-
wald Dr., Southfield, and Mr_ and
Mrs. Milton Glickman of Wichita,
Kans.
The bride chose a sheath of peau
de sole with imported Alencon lace
and pearls embroidered on the
gown and the shoulder train. Her
headdress of lace and pearls was
attached to a shoulder-Length veil,
and she carried her Bible with
Phalaeneopsis orchids and Stepha-
notis.
Diane Yura served her sister as
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Karen Rutzky of Chicago, Morleen
Getz of Ann Arbor, Sharon Glick-
man, the bridegroom's sister, Peg-
gy Friedman and Joan Carnick.
The best man was Norman Glick-
man of Denver, brother of the
bridegroom. Ushers were Mark
Yura, brother of the bride, Stephen
Goldman of Pittsburgh, Michael
Gross of New York City, Laurence
Schiff, - Peter Safir and Terry Jones
of Ann Arbor.
Also in the bridal party were the
bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.' ,
Barry Yura of Los Angeles, and
the grandparents of the bride-
groom, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Glick-
man of Wichita.
Following a trip to the East, the
couple will reside in Alexandria,
Va.

Young 'N Marrieds Plan
Italian-Style Supper

The Young N' Marrieds Club of
Cong. Adas Shalom (age 20-35)
will hold an informal party with a
special invitation to newly married
couples. 8:30 a.m. Sept. 17 at the
home of the Robert Dunksys, 13148
Borgman, Huntington Woods.
Italian supper will be served.
For reservations, call Mrs. Robert
Liss, EL 6-9117, or Mrs. Fred Find-
ling, 353-2938.

I I WHY WORRY I I

Leave Everything to Us

WYN and HAROLD LANDIS

HOME CATERING

Phone EL 6-8411
• STYLE
• ELEGANCE
• BEAUTY

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's
Clubs

DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS
City of Hope, will welcome new
members at a "get-acquainted eve-
ning" 8 p.m. at Rosenberg's Holi-
day Catering. Membership to the
Detroit Cancer Fighters is opened
once during the year, in Septem-
ber, and new members must be
sponsored by a member. Applica-
tions may be submitted only
through today to the membership
vice president, Mrs. Maury Gordon,
398-3411. Guests will hear Mrs.
Elliot Schubiner, president, discuss
the center's role in the battle
against cancer, leukemia and blood,
chest and heart disorders.
* *
MARTIN PLACE HOSPITAL
AUXILIARY will hold its annual
membership luncheon at Harlan
House's Aged and Rare 12:30 p.m.
Sept. 19. Hypnosis and its many
uses in medicine will be the sub-
ject of a talk by Dr. S. Irwin Shaw.
* * *
LIVONIA JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION SISTERHOOD will meet
8:30 p.m. Monday, in the syna-
gogue. "Chapeaux de Paris" is the
title of the fashion show, featuring
the latest styles in women's hats.
Refreshments will be serve d.
Guests invited.

* * *

DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
OMEGA FRATERNITY will hold
a board meeting 12:15 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Morrey
Barak, 22759 Glastonbury Gate,
Southfield. Committee chairmen
will host the national convention of
the Alpha Omega Fraternity.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD
will hold a champagne cocktail
party 12:15 p.m. Monday at the
synagogue. The paid-up member-
ship affair will feature a fashion
show narrated by Ruth Oleshan-
sky. Guests invited at a nominal
charge.
* * *
*P"-.dIAP.TES.; Pioneer
Women, will hold a Sabbath tea
1 p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Herman Fried, 18019 Indiana.
* * *
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, announces the
opening membership meeting 12:30
p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs.
Jennie Malamud, 22511 Bellwood,
Southfield. A tea will be held in
the garden. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Carrie Berman, Council rep-
resentative. A musical program
will be presented by Mrs. Rhoda
Zahavie Shames and Mrs. Ethel
Philips. Friends are invited;
* * *
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a paid-up-mem-
bership cocktail party 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs. Jack
Weinbaum, 12909 Nadine, Hunting-
ton Woods. Mrs. Abe °slick will
give a book. review.

NY Hebrew Day Schools
to Take Record Number

NEW YORK (JTA) — Hebrew
day schools in the Greater New
York metropolitan area expect a
total enrollment of 47,100 pupils
during the school year beginning
Wednesday, representing a 5 per
cent increase over last year's en-
rollment, it was announced by Dr.
Joseph Kaminetsky, director of
Torah Umesorah, the National So-
ciety of Hebrew Day Schools.
Four new Hebrew day schools
were established during the past
summer, bringing the total num-
ber of day schools in the area to
153, of which 109 are elementary
schools and 44 at the high school
level.
The Hebrew day schools at the
high school level are expected to
show the greatest proportional in-
crease in enrollment, with 1,000
new pupils for a record total of
10,100 pupils, Dr. Kaminetsky said.

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MRS. STANLEY SCHWARTZ

Joyce Terry Allen and Stanley
Jay Schwartz were united in mar-
riage Sunday at Ahavas Achim
Synagogue. Rabbi Milton Arm of-
ficiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Allen, 18910
Hartwell, and Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Schwartz of New York.
The bride's gown was of cage
style with imported Alencon lace
appliqued with pearls and crys-
tals over a princess-style cameo
silk peau de soie sheath. The
gown had short sleeves and a
Sabrina neckline. A crown of
pearls and brilliants held a full
chapel veil of imported silk illu-
sion. She carried a cascade of
Phalaenopsis and Stephanotis on
her confirmation Bible.
Elayne Allen served her sister
as maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Carol Bennett, Marilyn Dan-
iels, Judy Markowitz, Marlene
Panter and Lesley Swan of New
York.
Henry Schwartz, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man. Ushers
were Arthur Allen, Larry Stein,
Walter Stark of New York and Lar-
ry and Michael David of Virginia.
Also in the wedding procession
was Joseph Stilman, grandfather
of the bride.
After a honeymoon trip to the
West Coast, the couple will reside
in New York.

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tailored jacket and
skirt with long-sleeved
slipover sweater.
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Morris KoMns Mark
Golden Anniversary

Celebrating their parents' 50th
wedding anniversary, the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris W. Kollin
of Dwight St., Pontiac, held a
brunch at Botsford Inn.
Married Aug. 27, 1916, Mr. and
Mrs. Kollin are charter members
of Temple Beth Jacob. Retired
owner of Dunn Tailors in Pon-
tiac, Mr. Kollin is a member of
Bnai Brith and the organizer of
the Kollin Family Club of De-
troit.
Mrs. Kollin, a member of Hadas-
sah, is the former Winnifred
Sandorf of Detroit and Bay City.
Residents of Pontiac for some
46 years, they have a daughter,
Mrs. Leo Ittigson of Southfield, a
son., Arthur of Rochester, and
seven grandchildren.

Fashion Show every,

Wednesday, Greenfield's
Oak Park, every Thursday

Greenfield's Birmingham
Noon 'ill 2

Open Mon., Thurs., Fri. 'tit

9

Nine Milo Road at Coolidge
A&P Shopping Plaza
Oak Park

• Dubb's Country Kitchen
• Sherri's
• Efros Drug Company
• Fabulous Star Bakery
• Leonard's Shoes
• The Bootery
• Pickwick Shop
• Bab's Hair Fashions
• Rigsby Shoe Service
• Barber Shop

Leonard's Shoes guarantees
properly fitted footwear, in
Infants to Junior sizes.

UNDER THE BRIGHT ORANGE ROOF AT GREENFIELD and 10 MILE ROADS

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