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September 09, 1960 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-09

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MRS. IRWIN ALPERN

Barbara Elaine Sorscher,
daughter of Mrs. Shirley Sor-
scher of Oak Park, and the late
Mr. Sorscher, became the bride
of Irwin Sherwood Alpern, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Alpern
of Bay City, in a garden wed-
ding at the summer home of the
bride's aunt and uncle, Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel Sorscher.
The double-ring 'ceremony on
Sept. 4 at Lake Fenton was of-
ficiated by Rabbi Hayim Donin
and Cantor Hyman Adler:-.
The bride wore a gown 'of
white peau satin with a cathed-
ral-length train. Her veil of
white silk illusion was held in
place by a satin headpiece. She
carried a Bible covered With
an orchid and stephanotis.
Attending the bride were
Phyllis Marks, maid of honor,
and bridesmaids, Phyllis Alpern,
sister-in-law of the bridegroom;
Randee Sorscher, Sally Sor-
scher and Sandra Sorscher,
cousins of the bride. Wendy
Hauser was the flower girl.
Eugene W. Alpern served as
his brother's best man. Ushers
were Irving Sorscher, brother
of the bride; Marvin Sage, David
Caplan and Gerald Katchman, a
cousin of the bridegroom.
Out-of-town guests attended
from Chicago, Bay City, Los
Angeles, Miami Beach, Cincin-
nati and Rahway, N. J.
Following a honeymoon in the
Catskills, the couple will reside
in Detroit.

Jewish Center Starts
Membership Campaigns
for Its Health Clubs

activities in Society

A surprise party was given by friends for- Earl Woolfe on
his birthday at the residence of Bob (Marchie) Schwartz. Among
the gifts presented the guest of honor were a rug and a contour
seat. Refreshments were served.
Sylvia Greenfield, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. H. A. Green-
field, has departed on the S. S. Israel for post graduate study at
the University of Jerusalem.
Michigan Home Society President Nathan Pritz and wife,
20533 Braile, were honored Aug. 31 at their home by the group's
entire membership on occasion of their 35th wedding anniversary.
Mrs. Pritz is the Society's financial secretary. Vice President J. H.
Pollicove presented the couple a certificate for trees planted in
Israel from the Jewish National Fund.
Congregation Beth Abraham has designated this Saturday
as Welcome Home Sabbath in honor of Rabbi and Mrs. Israel I.
Halpern upon their return from a visit to Israel. Synagogue
President Henry Pokart announces that during the morning
service, Rabbi Halpern will deliver an address dealing with his
impressions of Israel and Kiddush will be served after the
service.

Orith
Activities

LIVONIA LODGE invites
members and friends to par-
ticipate in the Bnai Brith
Blood Bank Drive 6 to 11 p.m.
Monday at Pepper School, Church
and Dartmouth in Oak Park, and
6 to 11 p.m. Tuesday at Beth
Aaron Synagogue, Wy oming at
Thatcher. For information, call
Chairman Lincoln Sack or Irving
Marco.
* * *
PISGAH LODGE will hold
its first business meeting of
the season 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the Hayim Greenberg Center,
19161 Schaefer. Rabbi Benjamin
H. Gorrelick will be guest
speaker, announces President
Dan Levy. Refreshments and a
social hour will follow, accord-
ing to program chairman Alfred
H. Bounin.
* * *
ALBERT D. TUCKER
LODGE will hold its first regular
business meeting of the season
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Lutzker
Hall, 15775 James Couzens. Pre-
siding will be newly elected offi-
cers Allan Becker, president; Art
Elkin, Bruce Lyons, Jerry Olson,
Dick Walker and Jerry Simmons,
vice presidents; Mort Goldbery
and Jerry Sukenic, secretaries;
Marshall Rachleff, guardian; and
Steve Brown, chaplain. Trustees
are Mary Berman, Norm Benja-
min, Alfred Freedman, - Hal
Schecket, Larry Abramson, Shel
Korn and Al Schwartz. An Is-
raeli program will be presented
at the meeting by Mary Freed
who recently returned from a
one-year tour of the country:
* * • *
DONALD FOX CHAPTER will
open the fall season with a lunch-
eon at Northland Center Hospi-
tality House, 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day. For tickets call Rose Stone,
TY 4-7080, or Rose Volk, UN
3-1072.
* * *
PISGAH CHAPTER will meet
8:30 p.m. Wednesday, at the
Hayim Greenberg Center. Rose
Marcus, program chairman, an-
nounces the presentation of
"Cavalcade of Memories," hon-
oring past presidents. Refresh-
ments will be served. Admission
is free.

Mizrachi Women to Cite
Supreme Court Justice

MISS JUDITH

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Taub,
18936 Santa Rosa, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Judith Susan, to Bernard Mege,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Mege, 22642 Pembroke.
Miss Taub is a June graduate
of Wayne State University Col-
lege of Education.
A March wedding is planned.

Internationa

Lunt

Wallace

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A.
Winer of Mark Twain Ave.
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Alvin Leslie, on Satur-
t Cong. Ahavas Achim. A
d reception will be
s honor the same
e Mayfair.

he Best?
s Who've Had

ARNETT

JU, E DO

Justi
illiam
of th
nited
prem
ourt ha
1960 eceipient •
"A ica-Israel Friends '
Aw. " of the Mizr
men Organizatio
merica.
_ .
The a
esented each
year "to that person not of the
Jewish faith, who has con-
tributed most deeply to under-
standing between the peoples
of the U.S. and Israel." Mr.
Justice, Douglas will receive the
citation in connection with the
35 annual national convention
of Mizrachi Women in Atlantic
City, N. J., Oct. 30—Nov. 2.

Adas Shalom Couples
Set 'Intriguing' Evening

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The Detroit Service Group,
year-round organization of more
than 800 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign workers in the trades and
professions; will hold its 11th
annual Stag Day all day Wed-
nesday, at Franklin Hills Coun-
try Club.
There
n
a suppe .
amp .'=n workers have re-
ceived their invitations and are
urged • mail repl'es or call the
0939, to make

Bar Mitzvahs

"Foreign Intrigue," a myster
night on the town, will be
September event of the
Shalom Married Couples • b,
Saturday. Members only
ay
participate.
Committee chairmen M
and Hal Lesse, are assiste by
Phylis and Arnold Belsky,
lene and Marc Chasson, Marge
and Al Goldstein, Adelle and
Si Robins and Irene and Sher-
man Schooler.
The group will hold. its first
fall meeting Wednesday. Walter
Klein, executive director of the
Jewish Community Council, will
speak on "Jewish 'Community
Relations in Our Times."
man of the program
commit are Messrs and Mes-
dames Has 11 Greenfield and
abin. or information,
* * *
all mem ership hairmen Bet-
GEORGE GERSHWIN CH
TER invites members and ro- ty and Sidney Se , LI 9-2373.
spective members to t
first
RABBI AA • ON k CTER of
meeting of the season,-
p.m., Philadelphia
s 13 , n named
Wednesday. The ch er has
' 1
sista
to he execu-
changed its meeting • ce to the
e National
Workmen's Circle C ter, 1834
or Israel in
W. 7 Mile. There wi e an inter-
rk a
as director of
esting program. efreshments
adrut
mates.
will be served. For ansportation
arrangements call s. Irving
Tackel, president, I
REDUCING
-5242.

Membership campaigns to
make known the complete fa-
cilities of its health club are
under way at the Jewish Center,
18100 Meyers.
The Men's Health Club is
offering five massages to all
new members.
The Wom-
en's Health
Club an-
nounces a spe-
cial six-month
memb ership
rate of $85,
from Sept. 15
to March 15.
Six-month
members may
have their
memberships
extended an
additional six
months in
March, by pay-
ing $40, the
Bill Clark
balance of a
full year's regular fee.
PrOspective members are in-
vited to meet Health Club di-
rectors Sylvia Zukin and Bill
Clark.
Clark is a former Olympic
boxer and a Carnegie Hero
Award winner.
ALBERT D. TUCK
For information call the TER will -theet 8:15 p.m., Sept.
Health Club, DI 1-4200.
20, at Northland Center Hospital-
ity House. There -will be a fash-
. IRVING MITCHELL FELT ion show and refreshments.
has been named chairman of
the 1960-61 fund-raising cam-
University of Michigan fresh;
paign of the• Federation of Jew- men applications increased 25
ish Philanthropies of New York. per cent this year.

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Stag Next Wednesday

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