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October 02, 1959 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S Friday, Octo ber 2, 1959 --

IVancyStarksteinWedl
in Miami Ceremony

Srtgagernents

Mr. and Mrs. David Mayer, of
Appoline Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Roslynne Faye, to Daniel A.
Greenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Israel Greenberg, of Stoepel
Ave.
The bride-to-be is a graduate
of Wayne State University. Her
fiance graduated from the Uni-
versity of Michigan college of
liberal arts. A December wed-
ding is planned.

*

*

Announcement is made of the
engagement of Violet Messer, of
18902 San Juan, daughter of Mr.
Joseph Messer, of Hollywood,
Fla., and the late Mrs. Messer,
to Joseph Langer, of 3761 Wav-
MRS. JERRY ROSENWEIG
erly. A November wedding is
Nancy Carol Starkstein, being planned.
* * *
daughter of Mrs. Fay Starkstein,
of Miami Beach, and Mr. Wil-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ratner, of
liam Starkstein, of Detroit, was Los Angeles, Calif., announce
joined in marriage on Sept. 12 the engagement of their daugh-
to Jerry Louis Rosenweig.
ter, Sue Levy, to Joel Alexan-
The ceremony was solemnized der, son of Mrs. Max Schwartz
by Rabbi Kronish, at Temple and the late Mr. Leo Alexander.
Beth Sholom, in Miami Beach. The bridegoom-to-be is a former
Detroiter, now living in Los
The bride wore pink silk or-
ganza, with tiny, embroidered Angeles.
* *
rosebuds outlined on the bodice
Rabbi and Mrs. Max J. Wohl-
and full skirt, which was trim-
med in satin. She wore a pearl gelernter, formerly of Detroit,
necklace, an engagement gift now residents of Israel, an-
from her mother-in-law, and she nounce the engagement of their
carried a bouquet of sweetheart daughter, Tamar, to Rabbi Ja-
cob J. Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs.
roses.
Following a dinner and re- Zvi Ross, formerly of Johannes-
ception at the Seville Hotel, in burg, South Africa, now of Bnai
Miami Beach, the newlyweds Brak, Israel.
The announcement was made
left for a honeymoon in Chicago
and Detroit. They will make at the Wohlgelernter home in
their home at 109 SE 7th St., Jerusalem, where Rabbi Wohl-
gelernter serves as secretary to
Miami, Fla.
The bride is a graduate of the the Israel Chief Rabbinate.
Tamar who is working to-
University of Miami. Mr. Rosen-
weig also attended the univer- wards her master's degree in
sity, and is a veteran of the Jewish history and Hebrew lit-
erature at Hebrew University,
Korean War.
is a graduate of Detroit's Cen-
tral High School and the Yeshi-
vath Beth Yehudah. While here,
she was the head of the Bnei
Akiva youth group.
Rabbi Ross, a graduate of the
Ponevezer Yeshiva received his
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
doctorate at Cambridge Univer-
sity, in England. He is now
wish you Gods greatest blessings
with many yesterdays worth re-
head of the philosophy depart-
membering and many tomorrows
ment of Bar-Ilan University, and
worth anticipating.
is the equivalent to the dean of
men in an American university.

ARTIE FIELDS

So does

SALLY FIELDS

Jewish Community Center
Announces Library Hours

and the rest of her clan
Beverly - Renee - Ronnie

Library hours at the Jewish
Community Center, 18100
Meyers Rd., are: 1 to 9 p.m.
and their respective families
Mondays, Tuesday and Thurs-
days and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
9428 Woodward TR 3.8900
Wednesdays and Sundays. Only
■••■■■■■"1■00 %...0%.01 •■■
■■•"■■ members may withdraw books.

••••

BRAVERMAN'S
KOSHER MEATS

USDA
CHOICE

"ONLY THE
PRICE IS LOWER"

A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
and CUSTOMERS

Every Week is Savings Week at
BRAVERMAN'S

13500 WEST SEVEN MILE RD.

CORNER OF HARTWELL

DI 1-2345

Rissa Haas to Wed Weisz Receives Bloch BB Award
Melvin Weisz, Mumford High Jewish Community Council's
Sheldon Winkelman. School
social science teacher committee on changing neigh-

and an active leader in Bnai borhoods and is a past co-chair-
Brith, has been announced as man of the educational division
the recipient of the annual Bnai of the Allied Jewish Campaign.
Brith Merit Award of the Ivan
Classified ads bring fast results!
S. Bloch Lodge.
Selected as the outstanding
"Ben Brith" in Detroit, Weisz
For the
has been pres-
Perfect Affair .
ident of the
Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai
and His Orchestra
Brith Council,
UN 3-3737
a member of •
the District 6
board of gov-'
ernors, past
Dinner at DARBYS
president of
is a real treat!
Detroit's Is-.
rael lodge and
• Visit Our New
Weisz
is presently
SKYLIGHT
chairman of the District Israel
ROOM Cocktail
MISS RISSA HAAS
Lounge and Bar
committee.
He also is a member of the
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Haas,
• AFTER
THEATRE
of Indiana Ave., have an-
Snacks . . . a
nounced the engagement of
Delight
their daughter, Rissa Roslyn,
• LUNCHEON
to Sheldon Phillip Winkelman,
A Pleasure
Master of Ceremonies
son of the Irving Winkelmans,
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
of Ilene Ave.
Resv. UN. 2-7642
Detroit's Leading Entertainer
The bride-elect, a former
TO 8-2067
TO 6-5016
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
University of Michigan stu-
dent, is now enrolled in Wayne
State University's college of
education, where she is affili-
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Grunt
ated with Phi Sigma Sigma
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krohner
sorority. Her fiance, a pre-law
student at WSU, is a member
And Their Families
of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
Extend Greetings for a Happy New Year
The couple is planning to
wed next year.
To All Their Customers and Friends

Mickey Woolf

7

SAM ROSENBLAT

MUMFORD
U
S

GRUNT'S MARKET

18252 WYOMING nr. CURTIS
WE DELIVER — CALL UN 1-9645

q...2.2.51_9—SULSULSIISL

G
S

By ALAN SCHWARTZ
The Mumford Mustangs open-
ed their grid season last Friday
with a 24-7 victory over Cass
Tech.
Mumford played at Pershing
yesterday and will host Denby
next Friday.
This year Mumford is again
privileged to have two foreign
exchange students, both girls.
Elna Vorberg, from Hamburg,
Germany, was one of 165 stu-
dents brought over by the Mich-
igan Council of Churches. She
lives with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Raunio. The American Field
Service sponsored the other
girl, Inger Bjorkquist. Inger,
who comes from Stockholm,
Sweden, is staying with Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Lupovitch.
Both girls were awed by the
size of the school, for in their
home towns, there are only
about a thousand pupils in the
average school. The flexibility
of programs and subjects also
surprised them. In Europe, both
girls take 12 subjects, with a
different schedule for each day
of the week. They attend school
six days a week. Instead of tak-
ing one or possibly two foreign
languages as we do here, Elna
takes three and Inger four.
Neither girl will receive credit
for her year of schooling
abroad, but the thrill and ex-
citement of coming to America
more than make up for this loss.
The Mumford Drama Club un-
der the direction of Earl Mat-
thews will present "I Remem-
ber Mama," the school play,
Nov. 19 and 20. Starring in the
performance are Larry White,
Marcia Katz and Diane Stern.
Paula Brose is student director.
The Mumford Student Coun-
cil is busy planning M Week,
Oct. 26 -29.

Jet transportation has placed
almost the entire world within
a 24-hour travel period of Mi-
ami. Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gottheil

Of The Beautiful

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Extend greetings to the community
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And the Entire Staff of

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Wish All Their Customers and Friends

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