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October 14, 1966 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-14

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Irene B randwine to Wed SharonDuchanEngagea' Fern Stone Betrothed
Mr. Donald F. Rice
to 3I r. Burton Cohen to Sydney Farber

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 14, 1966-33

Great Lakes Antique Sale to Feature Several Firsts

Mrs. Ora Slout of Verrnontville,
Mich., has recently acquired the
Great Lakes Antiques shows. The
Detroit Masonic Temple antique
show and sale Oct. 19-22, will be
under her management. -
Exhibitors from 11 states will
converge with local Detroit deal-
ers for this 45th semi-annual show
and sale.
Art glass, china, dolls, coins.
stamps, guns, paintings, silver.
brass, copper, furniture, primi-
tives, orientals and jewelry will be
shown noon to 10 p.m.
Author Alice Hulett Metz of Chi-

cago, authority
on American
pressed glass, will exhibit her ex-
tensive collection of early Ameri-
can glass for the first time at any
show in Michigan.

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MISS ILENE BRANDWINE

At a recent dinner party, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert S. Brandwine
of Hesse' Ave., announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Ilene
Susan to Donald F. Rice, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A. Rice of
Cherrylawn Ave. and the late Mrs.
Eunice Rice.
Miss Brandwine attends the
Wayne State University's college
of education. Her fiance is doing
graduate work in the college of
business administration at Wayne.
A July 4 wedding is planned.

3Ioore-Sloan 11Tedding
Scheduled for Minter

MISS SHARON DUCHAN

MISS FERN STONE

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Duchan of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stone of
Northlawn Ave. announce the en- Vassar Dr. anounce the engage-
gagement of their daughter Sharon ment of their daughter Fern Rita
to Sydney Frederick Farber, son
Beth to Burton Cohen, son of Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. David Farber of
and Mrs. Louis Cohen of Wiscon- Marlow Ave., Oak Park.
sin Ave.
The bride-elect is a graduate
Miss Duchan is a senior at student of Wayne State University's
Stern College for Women, Yeshiva college of education. Miss Stone
University, New York. Her fiance was affiliated with Delta Phi Epsi-
is a graduate student at Wayne lon Sorority. Mr. Farber was gradu-
State University and studies at ated from Wayne State University,
the Beth Hamedresh of Yeshivath where he was affiliated with Sigma ;
Alpha Mu Fraternity, and he is
Beth Yehudah.
working on his masters degree.
A July 16 wedding is being
The couple plans a March wed-
planned.
ding.

Expanded Hebrew Group to Gather

A new-looking Kvutza Ivrit, He-
Ilcers. Asher Tarmon will open
the meeting.
brew cultural group, will hold its
first annual meeting 8:30 p.m. Sat-
Coordination of Hebrew cultural
urday at the Jewish Center.
events in the community will be
Expanded to include other He- undertaken by the reorganized
brew-speaking groups in the city, group, including members from
the Kvutza will
the Israeli Students and Hebrew
Teachers Associations, advanced
present this first
program under
conversational Hebrew classes of
the Jewish Center, Midrasha stu-
the chairmanship
dents and Israeli women of the
of Batya Eiziko-
Jewish Center.
vic.
There will be
Mrs. Eizikovic heads the coor-
a choral group,
dinating committee.
consisting of Is-
r a e 1 Hochberg,
Radomer Society to • Meet
Abram Kolean-
sky, Amir Rahav
Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
and Oded Rubin- Mrs. Eizikovic
will ho:d an executive board meet-
stein; a solo by pianist Drora ing. 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Work-
Kleinplatz, accompanied by her men's Circle Center. Mrs. Bessie
daughter Chaya; a declamation by Adler and Mrs.. Lillian Sugar will
Shula Fleisher: and community be hostesses.
singing led by Oyala Klingman.

1

MISS MARILYN MOORE

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Moore -•of
Elrn Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Marilyn Evelyn to .Joel Sloan, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sloan of
Henley Ave., Huntington Woods.
Miss Moore is a graduate of
Wayne State University's college
of education. Her fiance is a grad-
uate of Eastern -Michigan Univers-
ity.
A Dec. 18 wedding is planned.

`Blue Max' at Michigan

The Blue Max," filmed in color
a starring George Peppard,
.ula Andress and James Mason.
coned Wednesday at the Michigan
Theater. Selected short subjects
completes the Michigan's program.
"The Blue Max" concerns a
young pilot out of training school.
assigned to an elite unit of the
German Air Force in World War

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A few baseball oddities

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recorded by the late Frank Graham: Connie Mack's Athletics
played through the five games of the 1910 World Series withoUt
a single substitution—not one pinch hitter, runner, or. relief
pitcher! . . . Charley McCoy of Fort Worth, Texas, made 31
errors in one game in 1932 . . • In one game in 1906, only one
baseball. was used in a complete 9-inning game between Chicago
and Cincinnati . . . Bobo Newsom, pitching both ends of a
double-header, walked the first four batters in game one, then
started the nightcap by striking out the same four.
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An elephant who had been a steady customer
at a neighbor-
hood bar for months suddenly dropped out of sight, then just as
suddenly lumbered back to the eight bar stools he was wont to
occupy. "Where you been, Big Boy?" demanded the bartender.
The elephant answered, "I've been on the circus wagon."

1966, by Bennett Cerf. Distributed by King Features Syndicate

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