20—Friday, July 4, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Wedding Datc Set
As soon as he gets his masters
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ungar of
Stansbury Ave.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Sarah
Shirley to David J. Wayntraub,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wayn-
traub of Stansbury Ave.
The bride-elect and her fiance
attend Wayne State University.
A Dec. 14 wedding is planned.
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ris J. Loren of Greenfield Ave.,
Oak Park, will start to work on
his doctorate. His reason is simple:
"I like to study."
A retired businessman, Loren
first started studying at Wayne in
1925 after arriving in this country
from Russia. There, a Communist
official had told him after the Bol-
shevik Revolution that he could
leave the country or be shot. He
escaped from Russia in 1921 with
the other members of his family
and went to Romania. In 1923,
Loren, his parents and three other
members of the family arrived in
New York as the bells were tolling
for the funeral of President War-
ren G. Harding.
"I thought at first they were
ringing the bells for us," said
A laundry opened by Loren and
a partner was successful enough
so that Loren was able to study
at Wayne; he received his first
degree in 1930.
He planned to follow a career as
an accountant but was disappoint-
ed. "The personnel people I talked
with all told me 'You've got two
strikes against you. You are Jew-
ish and a foreigner," said Loren.
He continued in the laundry and
dry cleaning business for another
36 years. meanwhile sending his
five children through college. The
youngest three, triplets Rosalyn,
Marilyn and Carolyn, got their
bachelar's degrees at Wayne State.
While they studied in college,
their father studied Talmud, Jew-
ish law and tradition.
In 1966, Loren sold his cleaning
business and began studying for his
master's degree in Wayne State's
school of business administration.
He also teaches as a substitute in
the Detroit Public Schools.
When he has been awarded
his MBA degree, Loren would
like to teach in a junior college.
Meanwhile he plans to work to-
ward his doctorate in education.
"I'd like to teach mathematics.
And I'd also like to instill in my
young students an. appreciation for
their democracy. I've lived under
a dictatorship and I know how won-
derful this country is," he said.
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Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Ehrenfeld of
Stratford Rd. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Peggy Julia
to Allyn Zissel Lite, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Lite of Hessel Ave.
Miss Ehrenfeld is a graduate of
Wayne State University's college
of education. Mr. Lite holds a BA
from University of Michigan's col-
lege of architecture and design,
and a masters of fine arts from
An Aug. 3 wedding is planned.
Federal Bar Here
Norman H. Birnkrant, consul
general of the Republic of Austria,
has been elected president of the
Detroit chapter of the Federal Bar
Association. He is
a senior member
of the law firm
krant and Birn-
its 50th anniver-
sary, having had
who practiced in
the same firm.
He received his
law degree from
the Detroit Col-
lege of Law which
last year awarded
him a juris doc-
A guest lecturer at Wayne State
University postgraduate classes on
international relations, Birnkrant
took postgraduate work at the
University of Michigan.
His affiliations include Temple
Beth El and Bnai Brith Keidan
BORENSTEIN'S has opened a
branch store in Oak Park at 25242
Greenfield, just north of 10 Mile
Rd. It features in neat array a
complete selection of religious
items, Israeli arts and crafts and
items, books of Jewish interest
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in hard-cover and paper back, chil-
dren's books, records and much
more. In preparation is a library
at the rear of the store, where bet-
ter books will be displayed. Chil-
dren's books and best sellers have
their place in the center of the
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Fred Yaffee, former head of his
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BAR and RICHARD KLINE will
exhibit at the Gertrude Kasle Gal-
ley, July 7-31. Each of these artists
has experimented with new mate-
rials and has utilized the products
of industrial research in the work
being shown. Kline, who sculpts
structures of colored fiberglass, re-
ceived his master of fine arts de-
gree from Michigan State Univer-
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at Central Michigan University.
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