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December 29, 1967 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-29

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22—Friday, December 29, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

1Iellen-Leer

Held at Raleigh House

News Brevities

A basic course in real estate law
will be offered beginning Jan. 3.
by the SOUTHFIELD ADULT ED-
UCATION DIVISION. The first
class meets at 7:30 p.m. in South-
field High School. The registration
fee may be paid in advance or at
the first or second session of the
class. Attorney Edward D. Gold
will instruct in real estate trans-
actions. For information call the
Southfield Public Schools. adult ed-
ucation division, 535-8399; or Gold,
476-9500.



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Casting has been announced for
the JOHN FERNALD COMPANY '
production of "And People All
Around," a controversial new civil
rights play by George Sklar which
will receive its American profes-

Victory Coins
Nuptials National Bank Sells Israel
achievements in last suminer's

sional premiere at the Meadow
Brook Theater starting Jan, 19.
• • •
January will kick-off the Na-
tional Foundation -MARCH of
DIMES' celebration of its 30th
year in the health field, and the
10th anniversary of its entry into
the field of birth defects.
CHARLES L. GEHRINGER, cam-
'aign chairman, said. Hall of Fame
ex-baseball Tiger second-baseman
Charlie Gehringer will serve his
15 , h year as a March of Dimes vol-
unteer in 1968.

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That American Jewry, like Is-
rael, cannot go back to the condi-
tions that existed prior to June 5,
is the central theme of a new pub-
lication. "ISRAEL AND AMERI-
CAN JEWRY-1967 AND BE-
YrIND." eublished by the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
The 115-page book outlines a pro-
-.ram of study and action for Re-
Form synagogues designed to
"translate the emotions of June
into enduring programs and insti-
tutions that will strengthen and
d"epen the relationships between
American Jewry and the people of
I sm
r aeerl
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Legendary pianistic artist AR-
TUR RUBINSTEIN who comes to
the Masonic Auditorium 8:20 p.m.
Jan. 13. had by 1914 finished
tour of all the major cities on the
continent. winding up in London
just as the war started.

i A new supply of. Israel Victory
Coins is being made available at
eight offices of National Bank of
Detroit.
The sterling silver commemora-
tive coins depict the Western Wall
on one side, and the emblem of
Israel's Defense Forces on the
other. The price is $6 per coin.
They were issued by the Bank of
Israel in honor of the nation's

MRS. MARK MELLEN

Weddings, Bar Mitzvas
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Technological developments have
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major agricultural exporting coun-
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and custard apples will cover
6,667 acres this year. Avocados!
alone will fetch $1,000,000 and
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Men's Clubs I

THE CENTER BUSINESS-
MEN'S CLUB installed the follow
ing
officers and board members
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man; vice president, Morris Hal-
perin; secretaries, Samuel L. Fur-
Snowden
man and Julius Wallace; treasurer,
AMPLE PARKING
Harry Landsman; board members,
David Brown and Max Mark.

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Dr. and Mrs. Norman A. Segal
of Olde Franklin Dr., Farmington,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Diane Louise to Sheldon
Marvin Eskow. son of Mrs. Max
Bassin of Burgess Ct. and the late
Mr. Saul Eskow.
The bride-elect attended Eastern
Michigan University and currently
attends Wayne State University.
Her fiance received a BS degree in
business education and a master
' of education from Wayne State
University. Currently w o r king
, toward his doctorate, he is presi-
dent-elect of Delta Pi Epsilon Fra-
ternity at WCU.

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JOCELYN

MARILYNN SHAPIRO
PHOTOGRAPHER

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JUNIORS AND AUXILIARY
PRESIDENTS will meet 8 p.m.
Wednesday at Howard Johnsons,
Coolidge at 8 Mile Rds. to plan a
membership party honoring the
national president.

Miss I)iane L. Scowl 'I(
to Wed Sheldon Eskow

474-7638

For the HY Spot
Of Your Affair

JWV

Rhoda Sue Levy and Mark Mel-
len were married last weekend at U
the Raleigh House. Rabbi Jacob E.
Segal and Cantor Simon Bermanis
officiated.
The couple's parents are Dr. and
Mrs. Marvin B. Levy of Sherbourne
Rd. and Mr and Mrs. Bernard Mel-
len of Oxley Rd., Southfield.
Mrs. Bee Kali, of the BEE KALT
The bride carried a prayerbook
TRAVEL SERVICE, has just re-
with three long-stem butterfly •
turned from a travel agent's fami-
roses.
liarization tour of the South Pa-
Matron of honor was Mrs.
cific visiting Australia, New Zea-
Richard Litt of Chicago, sister of
land. Tahiti. Fiji and Hong Kong.
t h e bridegroom. Bridesmaids
• * *
were Libby Marshall of St. Jos-
"Teen-age girls only" is the rule
eph, Mich., Pamela Mueller of NE
at "THE FACE PLACE" in North-
South Haven, Barbara Granet,
land Concourse B-F 4 at Northland
Karen Kahn, Beverly Bermanis,
imr
Center. The salon specializes in
Mrs. Donald Barron and Mrs.
complexion care and makeup de-
Norman S. Levy of Cuenca, I.a
signed for teens. All teen-age girls
Ecuador. Jill Cherney was junior I 111
are invited to stop in, meet the
bridesmaid.
WINTER TERM ADULT EDU-
staff of experts and ask questions. CATION CLASSES in Oak Park
Dr. Norman S. Levy, brother of
^et under way the week of Jan. 8. the bride, was best man. Ushers
Registration will be taken in class' were Dr. Richard Litt of Chicago,. II
BRIDES — BAR MITZVAS
during the first two weeks of the Sim Shapiro of Ann Arbor, Mi-
Treasure Those Moments Forever
t,.rm. Jan. 8-11 and 15-18. Anyone chael Simon of San Francisco, Ger-
16 years of age or older and not ald Blanke of Lansing. Ronald Le-
COLOR MOVIES
attending a regular day high school vy, Barry Siegel and Richard Rob- I
HOWARD TRUEST may enroll. In addition to the 50 bison.
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classes offered directly by the Oak
Following a New York-Carrib-
Cali 542-7874
Park Board of Education, the dis- bean honeymoon, the couple will ,r2,
tirct co-sponsors extensive offer- live in Royal Oak.
ti•z.s from the Wayne State Uni-
ROMANTIC AFFAIRS
versity Applied Management and
BF.GIN WITH
Technology Center and credit
classes from Oakland Community
College. For information call the
AND HER GYPSIES
extended education office, LI 8-
Weddings,Parties,Dances
0200

Business
Brevities

Middle East conflict.
Victory coins may be obtained at
NBD's main office and at the fol-
lowing branch offices: Woodward-
Salem, Coolidge-10 Mile, Seven
Mile - Wyoming, Van Dyke'. Eight
Mile, Southfield-11 Mile, Seven
Mile-Winthrop and West Maple-
Cranbrook.



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