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June 30, 1961 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 30, 1961

04

Hershberg-Adelman Mrs. C. A. Smith
UHS Women's
Troth Announced

Schwartz-Schiller
Rites Solemnized

Auxiliary Prexy

MISS SUSAN HERSHBERG

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hershberg,
139 Wilshire; Rochester, • N.Y.,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Susan Ellen, to
Martin J. Adelman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Adelman; 18431
APPoline.
The bride-elect is a senior in
the honors program at the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Her fiance
received • his bachelor's degree
and his M.A. in physics from
the University of Michigan and
is presently a senior in the Uni-
versity's Law School, where he
is a member of the Law Review
and Tau Epsilon Rho law fra-
ternity. A September wedding
is planned.

Harvey Rubenstein
Chosen for Maccabiah

Harvey Rubenstein, a junior
who stroked Wayne State Uni-
versity's varsity rowing • team
this spring, was one of seven
rowers chosen this past week-
end to represent
United
States at the M
Ganies
in Israel lat
Ruben
e of
Mumfo
t for
the
and
was
'n-man
ro
g tea
ac Kelly,
fo
n who
is
ng com-
m.

Wan

st results!

Dinner at DARBY'S

is a real treat

• Vi
Our New
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ROOM, Cocktail
Lounge and Bar

• AFTER
THEATRE
Snacks . . . a
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• LUNCHEON
A Pleasure

Resv. UN. 2-6742

SEVEN MILE at WYOMING

The Women's Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools elected
Mrs. Charles A. Smith president.
Officers installed along with
Mrs. Smith were Mesdames Mit-
chell Feldman, Joseph Wyzan and
Elbert Diamond, vice-presidents;
Mayer- Charlip, Edward Fishman,
Herman Cohen and Albert Spin-
ner, secretaries; Irving Solomon,
treasurer; Sam Stewart, auditor;
and Abe Stralser, parliamen-
tarian.
Board members are Mesdames
Sidney Caplan, Maurice Glasier,
Max H. Goldsmith, Isadore Goren,
Charles Helman, Zangwill Segall,
Meyer Stewart, Charles Weiner,
William Appel, Henry Feinberg,
Gertrude Hyams, Theodore Isaacs,
Samuel Leib, Herbert Moss, Jo-
seph Rodd, Theodore Segall, Isa-
dore Shumaker, Herman K. Co-
hen, Alfred Deutsch, Oscar Go-
relick, Harry Oberstein, Sol Slom-
ovitz, Max Stollman, Al Baker,
Samuel Feldstein, Morris Hal-
perin and Nathan Spevakow.
_ Honorary board members are
Mesdames Irving Arlin, Jacob
Axelrod, Albert Carnick, Albert
Elazar, Morris Fishman, Louis
Gelfand, Eva Hayman, Bernard
Isaacs, Morris Krause, Alexander
Moss, Irving Palman, George M.
Roberts, Irving Rogovein, Rubin
Saywits, Charles A. Smith, A. B.
Stralser, Jack Tobin, Louis Tobin,
Maurice Zackheim and Charles
Robinson.
Mrs. Jacob Axelrod, outgoing
president, presented Albert Ela-
zar, superintendent of the United
Hebrew Schools, with a check for
scholarships for Hebrew speaking
camps, teacher training at the
Midrasha and for the implemen-
tation of the school library.

Sonenklars Honored
with Trip to Israel

On the eve of Cantor Jacob H.
Sonenklar's 40th year with Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek, his chil-
dren are honoring him by pro-
viding f or a
trip to Israel
for him and
Mrs. Sonenklar.
Cantor a n d
Mrs. Sonenklar
will leave on
July 4, and will
be gone for five
weeks. They
will visit Can-
tor Sonenklar's
brother in Cantor Sonenklar
Ramat Gan and Mrs. Sonenklar's
family. This will be Cantor Sonen-
klar's third trip to Israel and
Mrs. Sonenklar's first.

Maurice Samuel is in Israel for
an extended stay, busily writing
two books, one about Israel and
the other on modern science.

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Mr. and Mrs. B. Halpern will
be host and hostess to an execu-
ve board meeting for the Ra-
mer Aid and Ladies Society,
30 p.m. Monday at the -Work-
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Discussion will center on a
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MRS. JACK SCHWARTZ

The bride was Ellen Kay Schil-
ler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Sanford Schiller of Na-
dine Ave., Huntington Woods.
The bridegroom was Jack Ar-
mand Schwartz, son of Harry
Schwartz and the late Mrs.
Schwartz of Southfield.
The couple was married at
Shaarey Zedek Sunday evening.
Rabbi Morris Adler performed
the ceremony. '
Following the services, a re-
ception and dinner - dance were
held at the Statler Hilton Terrace
Room. After a wedding tri
Florida, the couple wi
ake
their home in Southr
Barbara Newm
maid o
honor and Mrs
a Niss, the
bridegroom's ster, was matro
of honor.
ueline Radlow an
Nancy C
n were bride
The
degro 's
best m . Seatin he
were .
Ricky
d L
, th
bride' rothers;
rome
hneider
evel
Elliot
man a
Paul Sc
b-
man.
The•b
gowlf of do white
silk organ
over ta ta with
Alencon la
princess
style, falling over a crinoline and
panniers into a bell skirt ending
in a chapel train. Appliques of
re-embroidered lace, studded with
delicate bursts of iridescent crys-
tals, sprayed the skirt, distin-
guished by an obi sash at the
back. A yoke of the lace topped
the bodice and formed the sleeves
that dropped from a modesty
neckline. Her butterfly veil fell
from a center of petals mad
the crystal stamens and th
ove,
organza. Tucked into h
and-
the bride carried a
eeri! ove
kerchief which ha
great, gre
by hand by h
grandmother on r farm in
gary. On the • e giyen he
her Confirma
7 she can.'
otis and
spray of step
ivy.

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to Jewish

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outh
iber

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the America
gion Presiden
ill disc
Jewish Congre
"The American on-
gress and Community Rela-
tions" at a meeting of Youth
Dedicated to Jewish Liberty 9
p.m. today at the home of Stu-
art Willner, 14000 Pembroke.
The public is invited.

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