Rites at Temple Israel
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Mina Jo Rosenbloom
Bride of llichael Linver Southfield Hadassah
Will .Meet Tuesday
Southfield Hadassah will hold a
membership tea 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Morey
Shacket, 24349 Lafayette Circle.
The petite luncheon will be under
the direction of the vice president
of arrangements. Mrs. Bradford
Jacobs, and her committee. Guest
speaker will he Mrs. Alan Soskin.
recording secretary of SOC Ha-
Short speeches will be delivered
by president Mrs. E. N. Rotten-
berg and vice presidents Mesdames
Lawrence Strager. David Ruskin
and Eugene Kahn.
Joining Mrs. Alfred Stein,
vice president of membership.
are Mrs. Richard Vernick. chair-
man, and committee members
Mesdames Bernard Klein, Stan-
ley Guyer, Murray Shekter, Nor-
man Goodman, Donald Grass,
Don Weisman, Phillip Elkus,
Arnold Aaron, Alan Leibowitz,
Victor Moss, Paul Tisdale, Sey-
mour Schwartz, Bruce Rosen and
For information, call Mrs. Al-
i fred Stein, EL 6-4631.
CITY OF HOPE DETROIT
CANCER FIGHTERS will hold a
board meeting 11:30 a.m. Monday
at the home of Mrs. Louis Starr,
10000 Woodland, Oak Park. Mrs.
Harold Kozloff. newly elected pres-
ident, announces that the member-
ship drive will he under way soon.
For information, call Mrs. Jerome
Kornheiser, vice president of mem-
bership. EL 7-1071, or Mrs. Harry
Cohen. chairman. LI 8-3712.
Friday, August 11,1967-15
Beth El Married Group
to Aid Riot Victims
The Temple Beth El Married
Group will hold a rummage sale
to raise funds for victims of the
Detroit rioting 9 a.m. to 4 p.m .
Aug. 22 at the Ferndale Women's
Club. For information, call Mrs
Harold Josephson. 542 - 9130, or Mrs .
David Kahrnorf, 545-3329. co-chair
men of the sale.
CORSETS BY EVA
Custom Fitting by
15842 W. 7
Mks. W. of Greenfield
Open to 6 p.m., Mon. thru Sat.
TWO. Pioneer Women.
will hold a kickoff meeting noon
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
PARKING IN REAR
MRS. MICHAEL LINVER
MRS. HENRY GOLDMAN
Institute. Brunch will be served.
according to . oe zet llapoalot
Mina Jo Rosenbloom. daughter
Anita Louise Fa rbman and
chairman Janet Ser ng.
of Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Bernard
Henry Goldman were married re-
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Rosenbloom of Parkside Dr.. was
cently at Temple Israel. Rabbis
EQUALITY CLUB raised 5250 1 married Sunday afternoon to
Leon Fram and M. Robert Svme
at a recent luncheon for benefit Michael Norman
officiated. The bride is the daugh- of the Israel Emergency Fund.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Linver of
ter of Mrs. Jack Cooper of Cran-
Toledo. Rabbis Richard Hertz and
brook Dr. and the late Dr. Simon
M. Robert Syme performed the
S. Farbman. Her husband is the
Wayne b Warren Roads
ceremony at Temple Israel.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gold-
man of Coyle Ave., Oak Park.
The bride wore a cage gown of
English net, embossed with Vene
The bride chose a peau de soie
9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
tian lace over silk organza. A de-
gown with a pearl motif. She car-
tachable train of the same material
ried orchids over her Bible.
was draped from just below her
Mrs. Martin Mendelson, sister
shoulders, and she wore an heir-
of the bride, was matron of hon-
loom diamond and ruby pendant,
or. Suzi Stuart was maid of hon.
a gift of her grandparents. She
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or. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Phil
carried her confirmation Bible
Maltz, Mrs. Ron Moister, Mrs.
and a bouquet of Stephanotis.
Murray Snyder and Mrs. Burton
daisies and ivy.
Mrs. Robert Douglas. sister of
Hugh Ross served as best man.
the bride. was matron of honor.
Ushers were Phil Maltz, Ron Mais-
and Debora Anne Douglas was
ter, Murray Snyder, Burton Farb-
flower girl. Bridesmaids were
man, brother of the bride, and Mar-
Wendy Robins. Patricia Thayer,
From LONDON, ENGLAND
tin Mendelson. Lawrence Syme
Mari Rosenbloom. Janet Linver
Mendelson was ring bearer.
and Rochelle Linver, both sisters
After a New Orleans and Florida
of the bridegroom. and Mrs. Philip
honeymoon. the couple will live
"Distinctive Styling in Music
Preston Linver. brother of the
to your Individual Taste"
bridegroom, was best man. Mark
MISS NANCY HERTZBERG
Singer was head usher. Grooms-
Workmen's Circle Holds
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Hertz- men were Christopher Aks; Tom I
berg of Kentfield Ave. announce Michaelis; Robert Douglas; Philip
engagement of their daughter Rosenbloom. her brother; Joseph
The Workmen's Circle Nursery
(Arbeiter Ring) is accepting new Nancy Illyse to John Alter, son of Rosenbloom and Lawrence
Mrs. Clara Alter of Votrobeck Dr. Gaines.
registrations for the fall term.
Supervised by licensed nursery and the late Irving Alter.
An August 1968 wedding is
school teachers, the nursery offers
moon trip to Puerto Rico. On their I
3. and 4-year olds an environment planned.
return. they will reside in Pitts-
of Jewish-secular culture and the
opportunity to develop a feeling
Train up a child in the way he .
for language through recitations,
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE DIRECT
tales and songs. For information.
1 Beth Abraham Nursery will *
call the Workmen's Circle office. will not depart from it.
FROM THE IMPORTER
Proverbs xxii, 6. begin its fall session Sept. 11 for *
children age 3-5.
Youngsters will meet Monday. 1 *
Wednesday and Friday afternoons *,
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Transportation Z.
will be provided. For information, *
Nancr Hem:I /gig Plas
to John Alter
SHOW & SALE
Call UN. 1-3065
and His ORCHESTRA
DIAMONDS \Ile?" DIAMONDS
I Try and Stop Me
By BENNETT CERF
call the nursery. 358-3721.
N "FUN WITH MUSICAL GAMES," David Ewen and
Nicholas Slominsky quote two excerpts from contempo-
rary reviews of musical compositions that later became
famous — and I don't
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think you could guess
what pieces were on the
griddle in a hundred
Number One: "It has
no more real pretension
to be called music than
the jangling and crashing
of gongs with which il-
literate Chinamen sought
to scare away our En-
glish bluejackets." (From
the London Music al
World, June 30, 1855).
Number Two: "This
music is only half alive.
How trite and feeble and conventional the tunes are, how
sentimental and vapid the harmonic treatment, under its
disguise of fussy and futile counterpoint!" (Lawrence Gil-
man in the New York TribuneeFeb. 23, 1924).
Well, The London Musical World was reviewing Wagner's
1 1.,ohengrin," and Mr. Gilman was polishing off George
Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue."
From the classified ad section of a rural South Carolina news-
paper: "Having trouble with your husband coming home late-- or
not at all? Let us make a confidential investigation for you.
Special discount if your husband is over 75 years of age."
• • •
Jim Kelly tells of two business tycoons, off for a hunting trip,
who cut their equipment down to barest essentials: four bottles
of whiskey for snakebites—and two snakes.
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