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April 17, 1959 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-04-17

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THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS — Friday, Apr il 17, 1959- 20

Pioneer Women Set

Anniversary Ball
for Youth Aliyah

Elect Mrs. Fealk Littky-Berk Nuptials Workmen's Circle
Slates Third Seder
The traditional third seder
to Head League Spoken in Lansing
sponsored by the Workmen's
Circle will be held this year
of Jewish Women

A silver anniversary ball,
Mrs. Philip P. Fealk, repre-
celebrating the 25th anniversary
of Youth Aliyah, will be held senting the Bnai Brith Women's
by the Detroit Council of Pio- Council and Mizrachi Women in
neer Women this Saturday eve- the League of Jewish Women's
ning, at Adas Shalom Syna- Organizations, was elected pres-
ident of the League at the an-
gogue.
nual meeting of the board of
The dance, at which the mu- directors.
sic of Sam Emmer and his or-
Serving with her will be Mes-
chestra will be featured, is one dames Martin Naimark, Julian
of three events highlighting the
Grace, Irving
celebration of World Jewish
Beal and Ger-
Child's Day.
son Berris,
vice - presi-
According to Mrs. Irving Pos-
dents, respec-
ner, Council president, proceeds
tively, of pro-
from the dance, from the re-
gram, cooper-
cently held children's party
ative council,
and from a cannister drive will
public rela-
Piitt
be sent directly to Moetzet
tions and com-
Hapoalot to - coincide with the I
munity r e 1 a-
World Conference of Youth
tions. Other
Aliyah in Jerusalem.
Mrs. Fealk of f i c e r s in-
Mrs. Clara Leff, national clude Mesdames Louis L. Kaz-
first vice-president of Pioneer 1 dan, advisor; Joseph Viedrah,
Women, will represent the or- treasurer; Sam Samuels and
ganization at the conference.
Morton Oppenheim, secretaries;
For information or tickets Irving Palman and Bernard In-
to Saturday's dance, call Mrs. denbaum, secretaries to the
S. Kanter, ticket chairman, DI president; Mark Benach, his-
1-3556.
torian; and Nathan Spevakow,
parliamentarian.
Installation of the officers
will take place at the League's
annual meeting on May 7, at
Cong. Bnai David, in Southfield.
Mrs. Mildred Simons Rosenberg
And His Orchestra
Memorial Youth Awards will
KE 5-2604
be presented that evening by
Mrs. Theodore Bargman, youth
awards chairman.
Mrs. Irving H. Small, a past
president of the League, served
as chairman of the nominating
Finest in Child Photography
committee.
Wedding-Bar Mitzvah Candids

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at 8:30 p.m., April 24, at the
WC Center, 18340 W. 7 Mile.
The program will include
the reading of the Haggadah,
in which parents, school child-
ren and staff will participate.
Holiday songs will be sung,
and there will be Passover del-
icacies served • by the Circle
Women's Division.
There will be an award of
a stereophonic hi-fi ensemble
made during the evening. .

SAMEROFF'S

Wearing a white silk taffeta
gown, Loretta Ann Berk, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe H.
Berk, of Lansing, Mich., on
March 29, became the bride of
Robert Littky, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Littky, of 19490
Monte Vista, Detroit. The dou-
ble-ring ceremony was solem-
nized at the Olds Hotel, in Lan-
sing, by Rabbi Philip Frankel
and Rabbi Jacob E. Segal.
The b r i d e's short-sleeved
gown was styled with a Moyan-
age neckline that was outlined
in Swiss embroidered lace, tied
with a taffeta bow accenting the
molded b o d i c e. The douve-
shaped skirt had bias flounces
with appliques of matching lace
and extended into a chapel
train.
Two tiers of silk illusion veil-
ing, topped with a silk taffeta
bow and appliqued with Swiss
lace, formed her headdress, and
she carried her confirmation
Bible covered with roses and
stephanotis.
Rebecca Posner was maid of
honor, and Mrs. Seymour Hertz
was matron of honor. - Brides-
maids were Phyllis Littky, Mrs.
Marvin Mittledorf and Susan
Rostov.
Sheldon Jacobs was the
bridegroom's best man, while
seating the guests were Marvin
S. Littky, Denny Littky, How-
ard Bloom, Seymour Hertz, Les-
lie Fredenberg, Seymour Bress-
ler, Harvey Beck, Sheldon Mil-
ler and David Zack.
The wedding was followed by
dinner and a reception in the
hotel's ballroom, after which
the couple left for a wedding
trip to New York. They will be
at home at 16149 Kentucky, De-
troit.

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"Night Must Fall," a suspense-
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Williams, will be produced by
Master of Ceremonies
the Temple Players at evening
performances on April 25 and
and his Orchestra
Detroit's Leading Entertainer
26 and at a matinee on April
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Burton Wright is directing
the play, which captivated
Broadway audiences a few sea-
sons ago. Vic Hurwitz plays the
lead role as a murder suspect,
HOME CATERING
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