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June 17, 1960 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-17

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Judith Simon Weds

Jerome J. Rollins

Marriages

Reveal Troth

FELDMAN-GLASEL. Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Glasel, of 1'7559 Santa
Rosa, announce the marriage of
their daughter Judith Sharon
to Irwin Feldman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Moe Feldman, of
10643 Santa Maria.
The newlyweds are honey-
mooning in California, where
they are visiting with the sister
and brother-in-law of Mr. Feld-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pom-
erantz. Upon their return the
couple will reside at 13991 Ken-
wood, Oak Park.

Perfection Lodge Men Given Life Membership

Eleven men who have each
been members for 40 years of
Perfection Lodge, F & AM were
recently named life members
of the organization at a ban-
quet in their honor. Worshipful
Master Arthur M. Stern also
presented scrolls paying tribute
to their loyalty- and efforts for

Masonry.
New life members are Judge
Charles Rubiner, Isadore a n d
Harmon Rosenthal, William
Nussbaum, Robert Lowenberg,
Charles Held, Robert Fenkell,
Lewis Ellman, Harry S. Klay-
man, Edward Lichtig and Mar-
vin B. Gingold.

FOOD
FIT FOR A . . .

KING

SERVED
ON FATHER'S DAY

FISHMAN-ZOSS. Miss Linda
Kay Zoss, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel R. Zoss, of 3450
MISS SONIA PLOSHNICK
Fifth Ave., Youngstown, 0., was
Plans for an Aug. 14 wedding
wed to Lawrence Sheldon Fish-
are being made by Sonia Etta
man
in
an
afternoon
ceremony
Pancakes to Fillet Mignon
MRS. JEROME ROLLINS
in Bnai Brith Hillel Chapel in Ploshnick and Irving Friberg,
In a candlelight ceremony on Ann Arbor, June 12. The bride- of Toledo, 0. The bride-elect is
June 12, Judith Gayle Simon was groom is the son of Mr. and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
united in marriage to Jerome Mrs. George R. Smith, 18410 Barney Ploshnick, of Winthrop
Full Course 'Dinners Served Daisy
Joseph Rollins. The ceremony, Birchcrest, and of the late Mr. Ave., and her fiance is the son
of Mr. Abraham Friberg of
performed by Rabbi Morris Ad- Ben Fishman.
Officiating at the double ring Toledo, and the late Esther Fri-
ler, was solemnized in the
ceremony, attended by the im- berg.
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of mediate families, were Rabbi
PARKLI 8-1111
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Simon, of Sidney M. Berkowitz and Can- Brandeis AZA Slates
Parkside Dr. Mr. Rollins is the tor Lawrence Ehrlich, of Rodef
son - of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Sholom Temple, Youngstown.
Father-Son Brunch
The bride wore a gown of
Rolnitzky, of Stoepel Ave.
Brandeis Chapter of Aleph
white
embroidered
eyelet
with
For her wedding, Mrs. Rollins
Zadik Aleph will hold a father
chose a gown of ivory silk mist, a bateau neckline and a tiered and son brunch this Sunday—
with a fitted bodice fashioned skirt of afternoon length. Her Father's Day — at Boesky's,
of hand-run Alencon lace. A headpiece was a Dior bow with when Tzvi Berkal, assistant di-
crushed cummerbund defined a shoulder-length imported illu- rector of the Michigan BBYO
We Carry Over 250 Patterns
the waist, and flowed into a sion veil, and she carried her Region, will be guest speaker.
Plain White English Bone China
dome-shaped floor-length skirt, Confirmation Bible adorned
$ 6 5
Life memberships will be
which extended into a chapel with cascades of roses, stephan- awarded at this time to Mike
0
otis
and
trailing
ivy.
train.
a place setting
The bride's sister, Kathy Zoss, Kohleriter, Ronnie Manheimer,
Her poufe veil of ivory silk
Marty Leichtman, Bill Sklar,
illusion was secure by a tiara was maid of honor, and best Ken Stoller and Richard Wish-
of lace and tiny pearls, and she man was Sanford Cohl. A din-
6 50
and up
carried princess white orchids ner at the Michigan Union's netsky.
Newly-elected o ff i c e r s of
with ivy and lilies-of-the-valley Bates Room followed the cere-
Brandeis include Larry Bril-
mony.
on a white, heirloom Bible.
The new Mr. and Mrs. Fish- liant, president; Stan Meretsky
Georgia Bergman was the
Special for BRIDES TO BE . .
bride's maid of honor, and man will take up residence at and Jerry Eichner, vice-presi-
bridesmaids were Dolly Brown, 1112 Maiden Lane Court, in dents; Bob Schore, treasurer;
BRIDES-TO-BE are cordially invited to
Sandra Weingarden and Arlene Ann Arbor, where the bride Richard Fine, editor; Warren
take
advantage of the BRIDAL REGIS-
Glassman. Sybil Schwartz and will resume her studies in the Weiswasser, pledge master;
school
of
social
work
on
an
Warren
Berman
and
Shelly
TRY at Lord's; staffed by experienced
Linda Ross were junior brides-
personnel. Let us keep a record of your
maids, and flower girls were Office of Vocational Rehabili- Starman, secretaries; Dennis
Susan Singer and Sara Schwartz. tation fellowship. A U of NI Wolgin and Sandy Friedman,
selections in china, glass, silver, etc. to
Norman Rubin was the bride- graduate magna cum laude, she AZA Council delegates; and
prevent duplication and for the con-
is
a
member
of
Phi
Beta
Kappa.
Friedman,
chaplain.
-
groom's best man, and Dennis
Mr. Fishman is a junior in
- venience of your friends.
The chapter's newspaper re-
Simon, brother of the bride,
was junior usher. Seating the the medical school there. He cently placed first in the Coun-
will be employed in research cil publication contest, the
guests were Norman Laboe, of
for the summer at the medical sixth time in seven years that
Minneapolis, Minn., Norton
school's department of pharm- The Gavel has won this dis-
Slatkin and Harold Freed.
Following a reception, • the acology.
tinction. The group also placed
third in the recent city-wide
newlyweds left for a honey-
533 OUELLETTE, Windsor, Opposite Tunnel
moon in Nassau, B.W.I., and Name Leonard Baron
car wash, from which proceeds
CL 2-9702
Miami, Fla.
Young Marrieds Prexy went to the International AZA
Service
Fund.
Leonard E. Baron has been
Ruth L. Golden's Book named president of the Young
Included Among Latest Married League of Cong.
Zedek, and will be as-
WSU Press Publications Shaarey
sisted during the coming term
"Improving Pattern-s of Lan- by Robert Steinberg, vice-pres-
Remember Dad .
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June
books that came off the WSU
Park, Curtis and Greenfield.
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