Solemnized in Denver
Friday, April 14, 1967-31
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ctivities in Society
schools had 33,000 classes with
Israel's School System
A total of 750,000 Israeli young- some 39,000 teachers.
sters attended school last year at
the primary, secondary and uni-
versity levels. The nation's 5,000
IN WEDDING • BAR MITZVAH
Five members of the Music Study Club are attending the biannual
convention of the National Federation of Music Clubs at the New York
Hilton Hotel through Tuesday. Members of the only all-Jewish music
CONFIRMATION AND PARTY
club in the country affiliated with the Michigan and national federa- *
National and Local Talent
tions, the delegates will have the opportunity to vote for the first
Jewish woman to be president of the national federation, Mrs. Raphael *
Honigman of Atlanta. The delegates attending from Detroit are *
SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ .F ic
Mesdames Norman Allan, Ezra Lipkin, Ben Meckler, Louis P. Miller
and Milton Miller.
The Kutnick Cousins Club will meet 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
for Any Occasion
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Friedman of Greenlawn Ave. Bruce *
Kutnick, who recently won the Danforth Graduate Fellowship, will
be honored. Back from a visit to Israel will be Mr. and Mrs. Morrie or
Brodsky, and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kutnick are leaving for Israel for
The Edgewood Swim Club Inc. of Southfield Gardens Subdivision
elected William W. Boone president; Irving Caplan and Rubin Zissman,
"Buy With Confidence"
vice presidents; Jacque Bakerman, secretary; and Harvey Feinberg,
treasurer. Directors are Mayer Morganroth, David Shapiro, Robert
Baruch, Martin Hollander, Donald Snider, Morton Silverman and
At a family dinner-party in their Strathcona Rd. home. Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph Dubin celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. Among
the guests was Dr. Dubin's brother Sam, who, a week earlier, marked
his 50th year of marriage to the former Anna Schwartzman.
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For Your Fine Diamonds and Jewelry
MRS. BERNARD WINOGRAD
Nancy Margaret Davis of Denver,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
B. Davis of Whitcomb . Rd., and
Bernard Winograd, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Winograd of Denver were
united in marriage recently at a
ceremony at Beth HaMedrosh Ilaga-
dol Synagogue in Denver.
The bride wore a gown of can-
dleglow satin trimmed on the
bell sleeves and on the front of
the straight line skirt with ap-
pliques of embroidered lace.
Kay Moore served as maid of
honor and Mrs. Burdette Graves,
sister of the bride, as matron of
honor. Geraldine Winograd, sis-
ter of the bridegroom was brides-
Calman Flomenhaft was best
man. Ushers were Fred Pasternak
and Gary Forman.
After a honeymoon to Lake
Tahoe, the couple will reside in
Norman Allan Co.
OPEN THURS., FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M.
Beth Shalom Show
Mrs.HawardFriednian to Have Art and
Judi Bennett Becomes
Beth Shalom Sisterhood's An-
tique and Art Show will open to
the public 11 a.m. Sunday.
Sisterhood President Mrs.
tor stated that
the fair will be
open until 10
are 10 a.m. to 10 :
Works of pro-
gan artists and
wares of 18 local Mrs. Factor
antique dealers will be on sale.
Antique jewelry, furniture and
china, candles, hand weaving, pic-
ture frames and antique trunks are
among the items to be on sale.
Chairman of the show is Mrs.
Albert Komer; her co-chairman is
Mrs. Fred Sklarchyk.
Tickets will be sold at the door.
The opening of a new unit at
MRS. HOWARD FRIEDMAN
the Plymouth State Home and
Training School as Building B,
Judi Ann Bennett became the
under the program direction of bride of Howard Friedman Sun-
Arnold Dreifuss, has revealed a day in a ceremony at Adas Shalom
great need there for various furni- Synagogue. Rabbi Segal and Can-
tor Fenakel officiated.
Desks, tables and chairs are
Parents of the couple are Mr.
especially needed, and other arti- and Mrs. Ilerman Bennett of St. UJA Youth Cabinet
cles can be used.
Marys Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Ben- Elects Alan Luckoff 1
Those wishing to contribute such jamin Friedman of Patton Ave.
One hundred and eighteen young
articles are asked to call William
The bridal gown was fashioned Jewish leaders from communities
H. Boyd at the Plymouth State
the United States were
Home and Training, GL 3-1500 to
ask for their pick-up for Build- silhouette. The Empress Josephine elected to the Young Leadership
bodice was complimented by a Cabinet of the United Jewish Ap- I
simple A-line skirt that fell to a peal, it was announced by Leon-
Rabbi PESACII LEVOVIT Z. chapel train in the hack. IIer full- ard D. Bell of Lewiston. Me., cabi-
president of the Rabbinical Coun- length veil was fashioned of net chairman. Named to serve with
cil of America and spiritual leader French illusion and matching him as associate chairmen - were
of Cong. Sons of Israel. Lakewood, Alencon lace applique. The bride Ilerbert J. Garon of New Orleans,
was honored by his alma mater, carried Stephanotis and Phalae- La.. and Gordon B. Zacks of
Columbus, 0. Twelve cabinet mem-
Yeshiva College, at a dinner in nopsis.
bers were named regional vice
Mrs. Morrey Katz, sister of
Hotel Brunswick, Lakewood.
chairmen to head administrative
the bride, was matron of honor.
areas, and nine others were chosen
Eve Chite served as maid of
as national committee chairmen. .
honor. Bridesmaids were Au-
Representing Detroit, Alan E.
drey Benjamin, Mrs. Marshall
Luckoff was re-elected to the cabi-
Lett and Barbara Richman.
He is a member of the budget
Nancy Katz was a junior brides-
and planning committee of the
Morrey Katz was best man. Jewish Welfare Federation and
Serving as ushers were Norman vice chairman of its arts and crafts
Weiner, Dennis Gorlick and Vic- division. He is a former president
tor Miller. Steven Katz was a of the junior division, and visited
Israel with a Detroit mission in
After a honeymoon in Mexico, 1959.
Luckoff won the Frank A. WetS-
the couple will reside in Royal
man Leadership Award for service
to the Federation and the Sigma
Delta Chi award for scholarship
Center to Present
achievement at the University of
from which he was grad-
'A Thousand Clowns ' Michigan,
uated. He is secretary and direc-
The Center Theater of the Jew- tor of radio and television for L.
ish Center will present its final H. Luckoff and Co. advertising
production of the season, "A Thou- agency.
sand Clowns" beginning May 6.
Governor SPIRO T. AGNEW of
Other performances are scheduled
Maryland was inducted as honor-
for May 7, 10, 13 and 14.
A comedy by - Herb Gardiner, the ary chairman of the Maryland Com-
our exclusive process
story deals with a modern non- mittee for State of Israel Bonds, it
conformist and his unique family was announced by Dr. Joseph J.
situation. The play will be direct- Schwartz, vice president of the Is-
ed by Center Theater's managing rael Bond Organization. Governor
Agnew was installed in his new
director Leonard Bradley.
In major roles will be 'Don state-wide Israel Bond post at a
Mycek, Jan Manderfield, Mark formal dinner held at the Govern-
Jacobs, Mike Goodman and Albert ment House in Annapolis. Admis-
sion to the event was based on the
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