100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

May 09, 1969 - Image 17

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 9, 1969-17

Jerome Winegarden Jr.
IFed to Ronnee Pike

Comings ...
and
...Goings

Vandals Almost Leveled Cracow Gravestones, Witness Reports; Press Mum

LONDON (JTA) — Details of a guard around the cemetery to pre- damage. The story was kept out of
recent desecration of a Jewish vent passersby from viewing the the Polish press and off radio and
cemetery in Cracow, which Polish
television.
authorities sought to suppress
were disclosed by the eyewitnesses

Grand Rapids
News Notes

here. They said the cemetery,
which is currently used by the
Jewish community, was not only
desecrated but virtually destroyed.
Some 200 gravestones were over- May 9—Ditkof Bar Mitzva
of Bloomfield
turned and smashed, and a monu-
Handicapped at a conference here
11—Temple Emanuel Men's
ment to Jewish martyrs was sev-
recently.
Club Meeting
erely damaged.
Get out of the Space Age,
—Bnai Brith Girls Meeting
According to the eyewitnesses,
go back to the 18th Cen-
13—Ahavas Israel Sisterhood
the destruction was caused by an
tury. See the fine collec-
Board Meeting
organized band of about 200 van-
tion of
14—Temple Emanuel Sister-
dals who descended on the burial
hood
Meeting
Leslie Allan Silberman, son of
ground at night. When authorities
—Ahavas
Israel
Men's
Club
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Silberman, were notified, they placed a heavy
Board Meeting
will be called to the Tora as Bar
15--Hadassah Luncheon Meet-
Mitzva May 17 at Cong. Beth Is-
Daily 'til 5:30
In land and water area combined.
ing
Thurs.
9:00
rael.
Michigan is the largest state east
—Israel Bond Drive Meeting
16—Temple
Youth
Potluck
and
of the Mississippi and ranks 10
869
W.
Long
Lake
Rd.
Installation
the nation. Its area includes
Hebrew U. Math Program in
Bloomfield Hills
—Teacher Appreciation Sab-
57,022 square miles of land and
At Telegraph
Focuses on Individual
bath and Junior Member
38,769 square miles of water sur-
Ml 6-0974
MRS. J. D. WINEGARDEN JR.
Awards, Temple Emanuel
JERUSALEM— This fall, a new face.
Jerome Dallas Winegarden Jr. study program will be established
9
took Ronnee Joy Pike as his bride at the Institute of Mathematics of
Appearance and
in a recent ceremony at the Jew ish the Hebrew University's faculty of
Comfort Dictate
Center in Pompton Lakes. N.J. science.
7 Rabbi Bernard Schecter officiated
To cope with the rapid develop-
at the candlelight service.
ment in mathematics and the ever-
The bride, daughter of Mr. and growing demand for mathemati-
Mrs. Ira Pike of Pompton Lakes. cians. first- and second-year stu-
made to your exact measurements
UNLIMITED COLLAR STYLES
wore an Irish linen bolero style dents will be divided into two
and designed to overcome your
perfectly proportioned to meet
individual shirt problems.
wedding gown, trimmed in Venise groups, one containing students
your exact requirements.
; lace. Her mantilla was trimmed in who were well prepared for aca-
SHAPED SHIRT BODY
the matching lace. She carried an demic studies, and the second
CUSTOM CUFFS
for maximum comfort
, old-fashioned bouquet. Her matron made up of students whose high
shaped to fit your
and flawless appearance
of honor was Mrs. Jesse -Rodman school instruction was of a slower
wrists perfectly.

Edwin Vater, manager of Town
and Country Lanes, which sponsors
a bowling program for the handi-
capped, was honored by the Na-
tional Association of the Physically

FREDRICK
JEWELERS

Escape • • •

Bnai Mitzva

ANTIQUE
JEWELRY

PERSONALIZED

of New Rochelle, N.Y.
rate. The aim of this instruction is
R. Duncan MacDonald of Flint to lead the capable ones who did

was best man for the bridegroom, not benefit from appropriate train-
and usheiS were William Sudow of ing prior to university enrollment

• Peoria,
Jesse Rddetian.
• The bridegroom is the son of
. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Dallas
Winegarden of Flint, and grand-
son of Mrs. Hyman Winegarden
and the lire Mr. Winegarden,
pioneers in the Flint Jewish com-
munity.
After a brief honeymoon in the
East, the couple will reside at 1300
• Lafayette, Detroit.

Youth on
the Move

Flint junior and senior high
school students who received all
As for the third marking period
are: Central High: Susan Michel-
son, Fred Osher; Northern High:
Larry Fink; Southwestern High:
Hilary Markey; Holmes Junior
High: Lynne Aaronson; Longfellow
Junior High: Gary Boren, Helen
Bas, David Failer, Joel Kaufman.
Andrea Krakower, Jack Schafer
and Laurie White; Whittier Junior
High: Steven Wexler; Zimmerman
Junior High: Jerry Osher and Judy
Osher.
*
Gary Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Melvin Lewis, Davison, achieved

a 4-point average and has been
named co-valedictorian for the 1969

graduating class at Davison High
School. He plans to study phar-
macy at Ferris State College.

President's Ball Set
to Roll at Willowood

Alfred Klein, president of Willo-
wood Country Club, announced that
the President's Ball this year will

be held 7 p.m. May 17 at Willo-
wood.
Co-chairmen are Isadore Sugar-
man and James Adams. Other
chairmen are:
Decorations, Mrs. Alfred Klein
and Mrs. Milton Rosenbaum; food,
Mrs. Arnold Hartz; reservations,
Mrs. Leonard Bragman and Mrs.
Edward Osher; and publicity, Mrs.

Harry J. Mills.
Music will be by ATt Bartner's

Orchestra.

Obituary

Rosa Himelhoch, 96

Rosa Himelhoch, 5300 Arnold,
died April 30 at age 96. Mrs. Himel-
hoch, born in Germany leaves a
son, Gus of Flint.

to the same level reached by the
het ter-prepared students.
Their referral to this group will
assist them, through suitable in-
struction, in overcoming any gaps
and in achieving whatever their
qualifications, rather than their
past record, place within their
grasp.

We
remember
mama's
feet.

CUSTOM SHIRTS

400 FABRICS

Your measurements recorded
and filed to facilitate future
Selection.

varying in weight, texture,
color, pattern, and "feel."

EXACT SIZING

From $10.50

of collars to 1/4-inch and
of sleeves to 1/2-inch.

executive custom shirtmakers inc.

kERRILLWOOD MALI. • MERRILL & S.WOODWARD
BIRMINGHAM, MICHIGAN
HOURS: 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM DAILY; 9:30 AM to 9:00 PM FRIDAY

FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE 642-0460

We remember them all
the way back to the 20s
when we buttoned them
into something like the
shoe below. You might
have noticed that shoes
have changed a bit and
maybe feet have, too, but

BUSINESSMEN
Phone (dr -

in-office
fitting Service

Mama's still Mama. And
don't forget it.

phillips
shoes

Northland Center (two stores)

Security Charge.'Michigan Bankard

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan