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January 01, 1960 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-01

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Miss Fleisher Wed
to Ervin J. Ellenson

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Ex-Detroit Grandma Stirs Painting World
Rosen-Katz. Rites
A former Detroit grandmother tures; a good many of them
depicting memories of her Has-
Solemnized Dec. 20 who has become prominent in sadic
childhood in Lodz, Poland.
Chicago art circles since mov-

This Week's Radio and
. Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

Mickey Woolf

THE ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "A Voyage to Inner
Space," a story of a rocket flight
into man's inner self, revealing
his conflicts and bringing into
focus his functions on earth, will
be presented..
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FRONTIERS OF FAITH

MRS. ERVIN ELLENSON

Arlene Jean Fleisher, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Fleisher, of Oak Park Blvd.,
became the bride of Ervin
Jerold Ellenson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert E. Ellenson, of
Kenosha Ave., in a double-ring
ceremony performed by Rabbi
Morris Adler at Holiday Manor
on Dec. 24.
The bride's gown was of white
silk organza over white taffeta,
with a fitted, elongated bodice
appliqued in motifs of hand-
corded lace, and a dombe-
shaped floor length skirt draped
into a bustle-back chapel train.
Her two-tier finger-tip veil of
white silk illusion was held in
place by a fitted cap of white

taffeta and appliques of lace.
Attending the bride were her

sister, Mrs. Herbert Fredman,
as matron of honor; Marcia
Gelber, maid of honor. and her
cousin, Debra Kayne, as junior
bridesmaid.
Fred Gordon was his brother-
in-law's best man, while ushers
included Morton Jaffe, Melvin
Jacobs and Michael Kayne.
After a honeymoon in New
York City, the couple will re-
side in Royal Oak.

Time: 9:30 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ-TV (Channel
4).
Feature: "Oil for But One
Day," a program of drama and
songs celebrating Hanukah, will
be presented in the final tele-
cast of an eight-part series on
topics of Jewish interest ar-
ranged by the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary. Theodore Bikel
will sing many folk songs, ac-
companied by Ray Bogeslay.
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COUNCIL-ALTN1AN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: New courses being
offered during the second se-
mester of the eighth annual
Synagogue Adult Institute will
be discussed by Jay Rosenthal,
chairman.

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THE JEWISH HERITAGE

Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "The Book in the
Jewish Heritage" will be dis-
cussed by Rabbi Morris Adler,
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek; Dr.
Max Kapustin, director of Bnai
Brith H i 11 e 1 Foundation at
Wayne State University; and
Rabbi M. Robert Syme, of Tem-
ple Israel, over the weekly
Jewish Community Council pro-
gram.

To Wed Attg -.14

ing there some 20 years ago is
currently exhibiting at the
For the
Fisher Hall Gallery of the Jew-
Perfect Affair .. .
ish Education Building, 72 E.
11th St., in Chicago.
She is Jennie Siporin, who
and His Orchestra -
has been hailed by Chicago
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critics as a "junior style Grand-
ma Moses."
The 70-year-old Mrs. Siporin
WOMEN
is an aunt of local attorney
RETAIN YOUR FEMININITY!
UNWANTED HAIR
Seymour Tilchin. She has many
removed forever.
other Detroit relatives. Her son,
Latest short wave method.
FREE CONSUL. TREATMENT
Mitchell, is an art professor at
ANN L. KORSON
Brandeis University, and a
Registered Electrologist
daughter, Mrs. Shoshonah Hoff-
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15228 W. 7 Mile
man, is also a painter and an
art teacher.
********************1
Mrs. Siporin's present exhibit
PHOTOS BY
will continue through next
Jack
Wednesday.
Her latest talent for painting * Gorback
Weddings
lay dormant until a day when
Bar
she gave her son advice on how
Mitzvahs
to paint. He bought her a set

of water colors and said, "Go
ahead and paint, Ma." So • Mrs. :Quality work
Siporin did.

In the past two 'decades, she
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has painted well over 150 pic-

In a ceremony Dec. 20, at
Holiday Manor, performed by
Rabbi Hayim Donin and Cantor
Hyman J. Adler, Judith Elaine
Katz became the bride of Sidney
M. Rosen.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Katz, of
Sussex Ave. Mr. Rosen's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E.
Rosen, of Greenview Rd.
For her wedding, the new
Mrs. Rosen chose a floor-length
gown of silk taffeta fashioned
with a neckline of Alencon lace
and seed pearls. Her bell-shaped
skirt swept into a wide, circu-
lar train. A cap of matching
Alencon lace and seed pearls
held in place her fingertip veil
of silk illusion.
The bride's sister, Mrs. Aud-
rey Kron, was matron of honor,
and bridesmaids were Iris Left,
Linda Spoon, Sharon Weingar-
den and Joan Temchin. Barbara
Rosen was junior bridesmaid.
Ronald Rosen was his broth-
er's best man, and ushers were
Lawrence Kron, David Layne,
Stuart Raskas and Al Fru•in.
After honeymooning in New
York, Mr. and Mrs. Rosen will
take up residence on Evergreen
Ave.

Landscaping of Miami Beach
public areas by the city parks
department has been acclaimed
as included in the finest half-
dozen municipal programs in
the nation.

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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Abrams,
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the engagement of their daugh-
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B. Gittleman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hy Gittleman. of Mark
Twain Ave., Detroit. An Aug.
14 wedding is planned.

106 Detroit BB Teams
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SHERATON•CADILLAC
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3. I —THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, January 1, 196ft

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