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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-15

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Friday, September 16, 1961

THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS

Weisman-Mark s
Troth Announced

MISS JUDITH WEISMAN

The engagement of Judith Ann
Weisman and Daniel S. Marks
has been announced by the bride-
elect's parents, the William Weis-
mans of Whitcomb Ave.
Miss Weisman attended Wayne
State University. Her fiance, the
son of Mrs. Morris E. Marks of
Laurel Valley Dr., Southfield,
and the late Dr. Marks, attended
the University of Michigan and
is a senior at Wayne State Uni-
versity. He is affiliated with
Kappa Nu Fraternity.
The couple plan a Feb. 4 wed-
ding.

. q3irtic

Announcements

Aug. 31—To Mr. and Mrs.
Michael M. Adler (Joyce Bry-
man)„ former Detroiters now
living at 3631 Kalsman, Los
Angeles, Calif., a son, Jeffrey
Gary.

Aug. 31—To Mr. and Mrs.
Stuert V. Fenton (Raylene Ab-
rams, formerly of Gary, Ind.) of
Ann Arbor, a son, Jeffrey Mark.
* * *
Aug. 28—To Dr. and Mrs. Paul
Pensler (Joyce Keywell), 19697
Roslyn, a daughter, Sheri Ellyn.
• * *
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Silver
(Judith- B. Heyman), .former
Detroiters, now resid nts of
Sausalito, Calif., annou ce th
adoption of a daughter,
Perle.

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People Make News

Random House announces the
appointment of RICHARD W.
KISLIK as administrative assist-
ant to BENNETT CERF and
DONALD KLOPFER in the ac-
counting, control and financial
areas. Kislik was controller of
Doubleday & Co. and more re-
cently was treasurer of Ziff-
Davis Publishing Company. He
is past president of the Institute
of Management Sciences.
* * *
MAURICE A. BETMAN, spe-
cial agent of Northwestern Mu-
tual was notified by the Amer-
ican College of Life Underwrit-
ers that he passed the C.L.U.
Study Program.
* * *
IRVING M. WEISBER G,
23071 Cloverlawn, Oak Park, was
awarded an engraved plaque by
the Continental Assurance Com-
pany as its "outstanding first-
year Career Department pro-
ducer for 1960-61."
* * *
DR. AARON D. KRUMBEIN
of the Nuclear Development
Corporation of America and
DR. ELMER L. OFFENBACH-
ER, associate professor of psy-
sics at Temple University, were
elected chairman of the board
and national president, respec-
tively, of the Association of
Orthodox Jewish Scientists, at
the association's first annual
convention, in Woodridge,
N. Y.
* * *
Two New Haven, Conn., at-
torneys, ' ARNOLD MARKLE
and IRVING H. PERLMUTTER,
have been selected as assistant
United States attorneys for
Connecticut.
* * *
THEODORE STRIMLING,
president of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Los Angeles
for 30 years, has been elected
honorary life president of the
council.
* * *
DR. LEONARD NIESEN-
BAUM of Philadelphia has.been
awarded a one-year research
fellowship by the American
Heart Assoc
*
rican Ca er Society
The
serac grants to
e •
hysicians,
Philade Shia
N, adjunct
DR: ERWIN • CO
of surgery
e
to the . depa
dical Center,
of the Eins n
ER E _BOUCOT,
DR.
eventive medi-
pry so of
Wog n's Medical Col-
c'
ylvania, DR.
ge
A of Hahe-
0
e, and DR.
ical Co
T TOENN S.
*:'
CHARF, a
ROB T
az' ermany who
r gee fro
I' in this coun-
s ted a n
o selling pro-
door before re-
cation, has been
ofessor of social
is Tech, At-

* *
Rabbi MO RIS
dean of th on
in C ut
d
al
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ILVERMAN,
vative rabbis
as retired as
Emanuel Sy-
after 38
is world-
ice.
the 1 rge umber of
ited dur-
ks he as
,
past 28 ear

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At 410
Gallagher,
Dub , Re •
ey Chocolates
of
cha'
eland, recently
• D in
Lord Mayor of
en' ed
ncillor, ROBERT
lin
with the first
BRISC
y" Canister to
. The Golden
the fact
C i dy is desig d by Murray
ew York, in
len Imp • ts,
CP a i Motif. The
a
received by
press t. io
in token of his
eritage and it
. n Je
the launching by
is mark

Urney Chocolates Ltd. of this
new line of canisters into the
United States.
* *
JULIUS L. KABATSXY, pres-
ident of Detroit Chapter of the
Federal Bar Association, heads
the Detroit delegation at the
FBA national convention which
opened in Washington on
Wednesday.

*

*

Bayer, Kobert & Associates,
Inc., management consultants,
announce the appointment of
SAMUEL CHAPIN as director
of retail services. He will also
supervise retail activities for
the firm's offices in New York
and Minneapolis.
*
C
BENJAMIN KAUFMAN, New
York real estate investment
counselor, was named recipient
of an award for outstanding
achievements in patronage of
traditional Jewish education
and in recognition of his efforts
in behalf of Yeshiva University
and as treasurer of Bar-Ilan
University in Israel. The award
will be presented to him at a
dinner in New York on Oct. 22.
* *
Creation of a national JWB
Public Affairs Committee and
the appointment of Rabbi MOR-
RIS LIEBERMAN of Baltimore
as its chairman were announced
by Solomon Litt, president of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board. Rabbi Lieberman had
previously headed an ad hoc
committee that formulated a
new public affairs policy for
JWB which was approved by
its board of directors in April,
1961.
* * *
LEE H. BRISTOL, chairman
of the board of the Bristol-
Myers Company, has been
named national chairman of
Brotherhood Week to be • ob-
served Feb. 18-25 under the
auspices of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews,
it was announced 'by Dr. Lewis
Webster Jones, president of the
conference.

-

Sam Weingarden
Enters Insurance
Field with Crown

To Choose Officers
at Service Group's
Outing on Sept. 27

Cohen-Shwitzer
Rites Solemnized

The biennial election of mem-
bers of the board of directors of
the Detroit Service Group will be
held Wednesday, Sept. 27, at the
group's annual outing at Knoll-
wood Country Club.
The Detroit Service Group is
the year-round organization of
male workers in the Allied Jew-
ish Campaign's seven Trade and
Professional Divisions.
Amendments to the group's by-
laws will be voted' on at the meet-
ing. The intent of both amend-
ments is to provide for represen-
tation of the newly - organized
Metropolitan Division, now a
year-round organization, the Jun-
ior Division and the Jewish com-
munity of Pontiac.
The following have been nomi-
nated for board membership:
Herbert A. Aronsson, Sidney J.
Bertin, Louis C. Blumberg, Abra-
ham Borman, Tom Borman, Paul
Broder, Sol Eisenberg, Arnold E.
Frank, Charles H. Gershenson,
Dr. Perry P. Goldman, Irwin
Green, Samuel J. Greenberg, Ar-
thur Howard, John Isaacs, Sidney
J. Karbel, •George D. Keil, Abe
Lapides, Daniel A. Laven, Isaac
Litwak, Max J. Pincus, Harold A.
Robinson, Hyman Safran, Abra-
ham Satovsky, Max M. Shaye,
Alex Sklar, Richard Sloan, Irving
Steinman, Emil T. Stern, George
M. Stutz, Louis Tabashnik, A.
Alfred Taubman, Robert S. Tre-
peck, Jack J. Wainger, Harvey
Willens, Stanley J. Winkelman.

MRS. MELVIN COHEN

Joan Constance Shwitzer was
wed to Melvin Cohen in a
double-ring ceremony performed
by Rabbi Moses Lehrman Aug.
20 at Sarnmy's Avalon Room.
The newlyweds are the chil-
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Shwitzer of Washburn Ave. and
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cohen of
San Mateo, Calif.
The bride wore' a cocktail-
length gown of hand-embroi-
dered silk organza with a
shoulder-length veil of silk or-
ganza. She carried a bouquet of
white orchids and stephanotis
on h
lasko
Joe (Ph
sister's ron of hon
indy Gold n was flower gi
Jack Cohen of . San Mat
served his brother s best m

Bobby Plasko, n hew of
dmages
bride,
T
r a
LINDENBAUM - CORNE i : hon
They
Winifred Louise Cornell and
will ma
e in Bur-
Lindenbaum were united in m
linga
riage Aug. 31 at Cong. Shaar
Zedek. Rabbi Adler officiate
bring fast results!
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Nathan Rose and the late
Charles Cornell.

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LANE-BILTON: Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lewis Lane have just
returned from a Colorado honey-
moon and will spend a week in
Detroit before returning to their
studies at the University of_
Michigan. The newlyweds, chil-
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bil-
ton of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs.
Donald J. Lane of Huntington
Woods, were married at the
Ambassador Hotel.

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SAMUEL WEINGARDEN

Samuel Weingarden, for many
years a prominent Detroit mer-
chant, this week announced that
he has entered the insurance
field and has joined Seymour
Cohn as a - member of the staff
of Crown Life Insurance Agency.
Weingarden,- who resides at
18284 Sorrento with his wife and
two sons, both osteopathic stu-
dents in Chicago, was for many
years active in the men's fur-
nishing business on 12th Street,
then, for a number of years,
headed the 'Wein Jewelry Co. on
6-Mile Road.
A member of Shaarey Zede
Weingarden is associated yit
several communal agencieS and
is a member of Craftsmen's 1/1
sonic Lodge and Crescent Shri
Club and is a 32nd Degree
son and a Shriner.
He will be associated with
Crown Life Agency at its
fices, 1172 First National Buil
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