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September 22, 1961 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-22

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Marriages

WEISS-GREEN: Br,enda
Green and Sander Weiss were
wed Aug. 27 at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. Parents of the
newlyweds are Harry Green of
Wobdward Ave., Royal Oak,
and Mrs. Sally Green of Ohio
Ave. and -Mrs. Bernard Weiss of
Ohio Ave. The bride chose a
white street-length gown with
tiers of lace and icing sleeves.
She wore a full veil and carried -
white orchids , on her prayer
book. Mrs. Henry Weiss, sister
of the bride, was matron of
honor. Elaine Green, also a
sister of the bride, was maid of
the bridegroom, was best man.
honor. Henry Weiss, brother of
The couple will live in Royal
Oak.

Mary Ann Becker became the
bride of Stanley H. Stone Aug.
20 at the Sheraton - Cadillac
Hotel.
Parets of the bridal couple
are Mrs. Rose Becker and the
late Samuel Becker and Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Stone.
The bride wore an ivory
gown of Alencon lace arid
bouquet taffeta. The bodice of
the dress was re-embroidered
with Alericon lace and appli-
qued with seed pearls. The
skirt of taffeta had, a spray of
lace in the front with a cum-
merbund that came together in
back in an obi. Her tiara was
of the matching pearls and lace
with an elbow-length illusion
veil. Her bouquet was of step-
hanotis.
Mrs. Alan Becker, sister-in-
law of the bride, was matron of
honor. Mrs. Seymour Gordon
was bridesmaid and junior
bridesmaids were J ill and
Nancy Rosenfeld.
- Fred Imber was best man.
Ushers were William Krasnick,
Charles Hilton a ur
Gordon.
The couple
Florida ho
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Irwin I. Cohn, presently on
his way to Israel With the 36-
member Detroit Service Group
delegation, received scores of
greetings before his departure
with Mrs. Cohn, and numerous
more are on their way to him,
in honor of his 65th birthday,
which he is observing today.
Born in' Detroit, Sept. 22,
1896, Cohn, a University of
Michigan law graduate, studied
in Detroit's elementary and
high schools.. He is the son of
Samuel and Maly Cohn, both of
whom were prominent here, and
is married to the former Sad'e
Levin. They have -a son,
who is associated wit , is
ther in the practic • f law
ogan,
daughter, Mrs. Rit
seven grandchild
n of
A former ch
Jewish Campaig IrWin I.
also headed th Detroit
and assi
Bond Organizati
in the sponsorshi of thei
cessful campaigns.
He is a 'Member o
politan Detroit Regiona

TAILORS, CLO-
RADO
THIER and CLEAN RS in-
vites i. many frien • nd
tomer to parti• p
Par
fourt anniversar
per
at 221 Coolidge.
on-
reduc n is offered .n
hing,
ally f ous brand
and one
lter
with fr
any suit or
free tie 'to
sport outfit purchased. Specialty
of the house is alterations and
remodeling of ladies' and men's
clothing by Mr. Radom, who has
- • in the tailoring business
last 40 years. Tuxedo
or
ith custom fitting, are
rental
or any occasion. Dur-
availa
ebration period, vari-
ing th
g specials are offered

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CORNER OF HARTWELL

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From LONDON ENGLAND

Zan GILBERT

& HIS ORCHESTRA

"The right mood for the
right occasion"

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PHIL MORGANROTH

N.A.D.A.—Registered Decorator Consultant

Lincoln 1-1953
14520 Rosemary
Oak Park, Mich.

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Wishes To Announce Its 39th



NUAL DONOR DINNER DANCE

Saturday Evening, November 4th
Statler Hilton Hotel

I. COHN

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Governor
ment, serves n the ouse of
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Correction C
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pointment of
and of
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Detroit. H "s a
dation
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or
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rban League o.bit;
th
mew r of the boar o th
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Foun tion; and a no -resi
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lectur of the Business
iversity of .Mic an.
of the
of the
ohn
b d of
•y Stores,
In ; vice presi ent of Washing-
to Boulevard Buildings, Inc.; a
ber of the advisory board
Lawyers Title Insurance
ompany; member of the boar
of Union Investment Corn
member of the board
d
c.,
Centre Apartments,
of
chairman of the boa
g-
ley Properties, In These re
all publicly held orporat I. ns.
n is an offi-
In addition,,
cer and a memb . of the boards
of directors of osely held
porations, inc ding president
Cohn Founda-
of the Irwin
tion.

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floor show with Panchito and his Latin Flamenco dancing
estra and Detroit's favorite comedian, Frankie Rapp.
ulous door prizes. Mrs. William Budmany chairman.

Superb Photography

Black & White — "Living" Natural Color

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WE WILL BE LOSED MONDAY and TUESDAY
(SUKK ) SEPTEMBER 25 and .26.

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with minor repairs being done
ree of charge, Security Charge
ounts are available, and
are free gifts for the
es.

I. I. Cohn Marks Sid Shmarak's
65th Birthday

Stone-Becher
Rites Solemnized

MRS. STANLEY STONE

If you like
CHEESE
KREPLACH



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Rovner Progress
hold its annual S
Party 8 p.m. Oct. 3 at.
Aleichem Institute.
A .staff will be appointed at
the party to prepare for the or-
ganization's 35th Jubilee, sched-
uled for Jan. 28, announced Isaac
Gruskin, president.

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