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November 30, 1973 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-30

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'Regional Citizens"

JEWISH NEWS
.4r.r. 30, 1973-31

Carolyn Brock Weds Dvorins Celebrate
Lecture at Temple Mr.lonathanMiller 50th An
Birmingham Temple will

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by Workmen's
w--1 Circle Schools

feature Donn Shelton, project
director of Regional Citizens,
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Temple. Shelton will speak
on "What is a Regional Citi-
zen." A slide show and
question-answer period will
follow.
Regional Citizens is an or-
ganization providing infor-
mation on regional problems
and how they can be solved.
The program is sponsored
by the adult education and
social action committees of
the temple. The public is in-
vited. For information, call
the temple office, 477-0177.
*

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`X' Film on Screen

Carolyn Beth Brode be-
Birmingham Temple will came to bride of Jonathan
present its first X-rated film, Paul Miller in a recent cere-
"Teorema," 8:30 p.m. Dec. mony at Temple Israel.
8 at the temple. The Italian Rabbi M. Robert Syme of-
film has English subtitles. ficiated.
There is an admission
The bride is the daughter
charge, and refreshments of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
will be served.
Brode of Charlton Sq., South-
field. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
TAP, BALLET, ACROBATIC
Ages 3 thru High School or
ton J. Miller of Fairway Dr.

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In attendance at the wedding of Joel Letvin to Dana
Dertinger in Reno were Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kaplan, Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Farber, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Kaplan,
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Saginaw, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knight,
Mr. Richard Frey, Miss Leslie Stern, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Brodie.

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Detroiters attending the meeting in New York of the
National Commission of the Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith included Alessrs. and Mesdames Robert Naftaly,
David Bittker, Martin Doctoroff, Arthur C. Schott and Mel-
vin Weisz.

SERVING ONLY
PRIME AND
CHOICE MEATS

Wife of Israel's UN Envoy
to Address Pioneer Women

SINGER'S

Ruth Tekoah, wife of the
Israeli ambassador to the
UN, will be guest speaker at
Pioneer Women's annual
donor luncheon noon Dec. 13
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Mrs. Tekoah, born in Ro-
mania, came to Israel as a
young girl and was educated
there. In 1949, she joined the
ministry for foreign affairs,
where she was an assistant

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in the UN department and
subesquently in its informa-
tion department. In 1953, she
became director of the pub-
lic relations department of
the Women's International
Zionist Organization in Is-
rael.
Five years later, she joined
her husband in New York,
where for two years he held
the post of deputy permanent
representative of Israel to
the UN. Tekoah subsequently
became ambassador to Bra-
zil and to the USSR, the
latter position for three
years. In January 1968, Te-
koah received his appoint-
ment in New York.

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Weddings • Bar Mitzvas

Workmen's Circle Schools
642-1039
will hold its annual bazaar,
c r aft and fun-fair festival
noon Dec. 9 at the Work-
men's Circle Center.
Potter Diana Kulisek will
FACIAL HAIR
display some of her works,
PERMANENTLY
and handicrafts, gifts, toys,
gemstone jewelry and books
REMOVED
will be displayed. There will
tyebrows—Neckline— Arms—Legs
be special attractions for
Recommended by Physicians
children.
FREE CONSULTATION
Prizes and dinner, for
SHIRLEY
PERSIA!
which there is a nominal
Registered Electrologist
charge, also are planned. For
AuVANCE BUILDING
MR. AND MRS. DVORIN dinner reservations, call Ro-
23077 GREENFIELD
`Room 260
Nr. Northland t. Providence Hospital
chelle Aronson, VE 8-3534, or
PHONE 557 1108
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dvorin
the Workmen's Circle office,
15 yeqrs Downtown
of Northgate Blvd., Oak
KE 7-5440. Tickets will be
Park, were honored by their
available at the door.
children at a champagne
brunch at the Shenandoah
Country Club on the occasion
..1.144 /or the e2Vcriminalirt9
of their 50th wedding anni-
by
versary.
a nd
Their children are Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur J. Cole, Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Bocknek and
Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn S.
Stein. The Dvorins have
seven grandchildren.

ART LINKLETTER SCHOOLS

Extra Super Special

MICHAEL KAPUT

Mrs. Tekoah speaks six
languages fluently and is in-
volved in the promotion of
art and arts and crafts.

The donor afternoon will
feature the Bel Canto Choir,
directed by Dan Braude and
accompanied by Lillian
Freedland. Mrs. Milton Weiss
will be chairman of the day.
The event honors Pioneer
Women members who have
paid up their donor pledge
for the year.

A full belly makes a dull
brain.—Benjamin Franklin.

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