Saffir-Schumann Double Wedding Unite3
Detroit-Cleveland Brothers and Sisters
IsohTe Rubel Speaks
Vows to Stephen Medow
Id—DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 24, 1955
Bond Parley Sept. 10-1 1
A national mobilization con-
ference which will signal the
beginning of an intensive Israel
bond campaign will be held at
the Sheraton-Park Hotel, Wash-
ington, D.C., Sept. 10 and 11, it
was announced by Dr. Joseph
J. Schwartz, vice president and
executive head of the Israel
The annual Family Picnic of
Lt. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN POST
and AUXILIARY will be held
Sunday, at Cass Benton. Park.
/Iembers and their friends are
invited to participate in a pro-
gram of games and prizes. For
further information, call Faye
KATZ, VE. 7-3107, or Adele
Simms, DI. 1-0964.
Lt. ELI LEVIN AUXILIARY
will sponsor a day at Kiddie-
land, on Eight Mile Rd., on Wed-
nesday, under the chairmanship
of Marian Guttenberg. For
tickets, call KE. 5-1124. The
group will meet Tuesday, at the
Memorial Home. Hostesses will
be Janey Remer and Ida Phil-
lips. Reva Snyder was chairman
on June 20 when members serv-
iced the Downtown USO,
MRS. STEPHEN MEDOW
In a ceremony performed June
12, by Rabbi Morris Adler, Isolde
MRS. RICHARD M. SAFFIR.
Mrs. Mellen Succeeds
MRS. MARK . P. SCHUMANN
Rubel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. OUR SPECIALTY . .
C. Rubel, of 17185 Prairie, be-
A candlelight ceremony per- bodice and full skirt. Deeply- Mrs. Aaron as Head
Restyling double breasted suits
formed before an improvised pleated horizontal folds on the Of Brandeis Women
came the bride of Stephen Me- to single breasted suits!
dow, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
altar banked with pink flowers bodice formed the brief sleeves
of Clements Ave. Follow-
and lemon foliage was the set- and the pointed front of the
Mrs. Leo Mellen was elected to Medow,
Summer Jackets t 95
ting of the double wedding at
succeed Mrs. Samuel Aaron as
which Maxine Judith Saffir ex- the lace. A multitude of petti- president of the Detroit Chap- reside in Detroit.
With that Linen Look
coats billowed the voluminous ter, National Women's Commit-
changed marital vows with skirt.
Mark Paul Schumann and Merle
WEDDING? BAR MITZVAH?
tee for Brandeis University at a
Her shallow cap of matching
Stephanie Schumann and Rich-
ROSEN BLAT, M.C.
lace held in place a veil that
11 to 2
and His Orchestra
Tuesday, in the
ard Martin Saffir spoke their fell to the full-length of her
nuptial vows. train in back. She carried a
home of Mrs.
The ceremony, performed by white prayer book topped with
References on Request
Joseph D a v i d-
11559 Dexter WE, 3-9152
Beth El, . and Dr. Abba Hillel stephanotis.
Silver, of the Temple, in Cleve-
Gail Keywell, of Detroit, was
land, was solemnized last Satur-
ed to serve with
day evening, at the Sheraton- were
Mrs. Mellen dur-
The former Miss Schumann land, Judith Siff, of Columbus,
ing the forth-
To tell your wedding story in all its
and Mr. Schumann a r e the and Alice Christopher, of Kan-
coming year in-
beauty, depend on your photogra-
sas City, Mo.
Mrs. Mellen elude Mesdames
pher. The priceless record of your
daughter and son of Mr. and Manuel Rotenberg, the bride- Charles Briskman, George Gol-
wedding day lives on forever. We
Mrs. Sam Edward Schumann, of groom's cousin from Detroit, was anty and Oscar Zemon, vice-
will be glad to explain our complete
service. Consult Mr. Rosen about our
are his best man, while serving as presidents; H. Harvey Gass,
Free Genuine Leather gift album.
the children of Mr. and Mrs. ushers were Robert Fenton, his James Wineman and Robert
Formals - Candids - 3 D's - Movies
Milton Jack Saffir, of Pontchar- cousin from Ann Arbor, Grossman, secretaries; and Wil-
Stephen Judelson, of Brooklyn, liam Fogel, treasurer.
No charge for publicity glossies.
wore and Wallace Handler, of
Elected for three-year terms
a long-sleeved classic ivory gown Detroit.
on the board were Mesdames
3233 W. McNichols
Following dinner and a recep- Murray Altman, Leonard Birn-
of antique silk taffeta, created tion in the hotel's Crystal Ball- dorf, Samuel Hamburger, Sidney
bodice at the neckline and were for a honeymoon in Europe. Karbel, Sidney Marwil, Harry
repeated to form wide panniers They left from New York, sail- Radom and Emanuel Rotenberg;
two-year term, Mrs. Saul Bloom;
at e the
n e hips.
t i a Clusters
n lace flowers
were ing aboard the SS United States. one-year term, Mrs. Milton So-
. traced with seed pearls and fine
ANNOUNCES NEW BUDGET
iridescent sequins on the bodice, Marilyn Schwartz Wed
George Golanty, president of
skirt and cathedral-length train.
the Men's Chapter, Brandeis
Her pointe de Venice veil To Conrad L. Giles
University Association, who was
' fashioned the princess cap.
installing officer, also inducted
which was underlaid with tulle
the -remaining board members:
to the end of the train. The
Mesdames Saul Bloom, Abra-
W. 8 MILE
lace. bought in Venice by the
ham Cooper, Saul Dunitz, Irving
Features: Contour Hair Cutting & Styling,
bride's mother, was a gift of her
Goldman, Eli Gross, Fred Gins-
Make-Up Artists, Hair Coloring, Steam Baths,
parents. She carried her fath-
burg, Isaac Gilbert, Julius Gil-
efs ivory Bible, which w a s
bert, Clement Hopp, Benjamin
All Virginia Farrell Academy Trained Operators
mounted with a sunburst of
Jones, Norman Levey, Malcolm
lilies of the valley and stephan-
Lowenstein Harold Robinson and
Maid - of honor was Lois Smith,
IN THE HEART OF DETROIT'S C-UI.T . URAl, CENTRE
Delegates to the national con-
and -Judith Rattner, Hattie Lipp-
ference of the organization, held
man and Sally Lynn Michelson
recently on the Waltham, Mass.,
were bridesmaids. Bonnie Sue
campus—Mesdames Zemon, Mel-
Roteriberg, the bride's cousin,
len and Hopp—reported on the
was the flower girl.
success of. the library, which is
Mark Silverberg, of Cleveland,
now headed by renowned au-
was the bridegroom's best man,
thor, Dr. Ludwig Lewisohn.
and ushers were Jay Silverberg,
Mrs. Norman Levey, who suc-
Leslie Perelman and Michael
ceeds Mrs. Mellen as book fund
Banquets, Dances, Convention Dinners, and other large groups are
Allan Schumann, all of Cleve-
chairman, states that a number
with DETROIT'S NEWEST, MOST COLOURFUL BALLROOM!
land, the latter two, cousins of
of means are available for con-
Smaller groups find the intimate atmosphere of the New Shelton Room,
tributions to the Brandeis Li-
with its Caribbean decor, equally pleasant.
The new Mrs. Saffir was
brary, supported by the Brandeis
gowned in a traditional white
MRS. CONRAD L. GILE-S
imoort from _Dubli n, design-
These, she listed as $1 to $4
ed in clouds of Swiss net,
A garden setting of all white contributions to the general book
with wide incrustations of real flowers was the scene of the fund; $5 for a name plate in-
carrick ma croix lace on. the wedding of Marilyn Schwartz scription; $15 for a three-book
and two years have been spent to
1 Our beautiful BALL-
and Conrad Leslie Giles last inscription with album; and $100
ROOM will accom-
freshen and beautify all facilities
Monday night, at Franklin Hills for a book collection in a partic-
Circle Branches Slate
modate up to 300
at the PARK SHELTON
Country Club. Rabbi Morris ular field of learning. For infor-
Guests for Meals.
Three Weekend Events Adler performed the ceremony. mation, call Mrs. Levey, UN.
We believe you will be pleased.
2. The SHELTON and
. Workmen's Circle Branch 460 The bride is the daughter of 2-1362.
WARDELL Room s,
will begin. a series of summer Mr. and Mrs. • Maurice H.
up to 100.
activities with a meeting and Schwartz, of Whitmore Rd, Mr. Grand Rabbi of Keshinof
All Rooms-Air Conditioned
wienie roast at 9:30 p.m., today, Giles is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Giles, of New York City. Guest of Rabbi Hoberman
Room up to 80 —
. .The SOLARIUM and
Eugene Brownstein, 18019 Rose- Attired 'in a pure white, floor-
Grand Rabbi Israel Rabinowicz,
ROOF GARDEN area is probably
length gown, the bride carried a seventh generation descen-
4. The K IRBY Room
A "movie night" is planned by phaelanopsis orchids on a dant of the renowned Baal Shem
the most delightful spot in the
and SOLARIUM up
Branch 1060 at 9 p.m., Saturday, prayer book.
city for Summer Evening Affairs!
Tov, founder of the Hassidic
Mrs. Alan E. Schwartz, sister- movement, - is presently in De-
in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Diamond, 20201 Patton. in-law of the bride, was matron troit as a guest of Rabbi Jacob
Meetings and programs will fol- of honor, and Sheila Giles, the Hoberman, 3244 Monterey.
When You Plan a Shower • Bar Mitzvah • Wedding • Reception
low every three weeks during the bridegroom's sister, was maid of
Formerly Grand Rabbi of
• Cocktail or Sweet Sixteen Party • Come in and SEE these
honor. .Simon Dresner was the
Beautiful New Rooms! Ask for MR> LOUIS ar MISS STAFFORD.
The Circle's E-S Council is best man, and ushers were the Keshinof, he is said to have had
sponsbring its third annual Fam- bride's two brothers, Cyril and a following of over 20.000 prior
to World War II. He is widely
ily Fun Festival from 12 noon to Alan E. Schwartz.
The bride graduated a few known for his scholarship and
6 p.m„ Sunday, in the Lakeview
area of Middle • Rouge Park. weeks ago from the University knowledge of Jewish law,
Grand Rabbi Rabinowicz came
. Games, races and prizes will be of Michigan. Her husband is
TR. 5-9500 Woodward and Kirby East (Our' Own Garage Adjoinsi
featured. Milk, ice cream and presently finishing his courses to this country after the war,
soft- .drinks. will be . provided, •and as-.a medical: student at U. of At and assumed duties as spiritual
will - -bring- . their'- 'awn. Mr: and Mrs.' . ilea will spend leader of Ohel Israel Synagogue,
CATERING .TO GUESTS , OF DiScktMiNATiNG -TASTES
their honeymoon in Bermuda„ ia New York.
J. J. Clarke Studio