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December 22, 1961 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 22, 196 1 — 1 2

Baren-Brown
Rites in 14ugust

MISS SANDRA BAREN

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Baren
of Sorrento Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Sandra, to Stephen Brown, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Brown of
Santa Barbara Dr.
The bride-elect and her fiance
are seniors at Wayne State Uni-
versity. An Aug. 19 wedding is
planned.

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PLASTIC
SLIPCOVE

Histadrut Pays Tribute to Volunteer Workers for Efforts in Campaign

More than 140 volunteer work-
ers for the Detroit Histadrut
Campaign attended a reception
in their honor Dec. 14 at the
Hayim Greenberg Center under
the chairmanship of Norman
Katz, financial secretary for the
drive.
Hayim Sanderson, executive
director of El-Al- Israel Airlines,
was guest speaker.
• David Sislin, co-chairman of -
the Farband Division, reported
on the recent 38th national His-
tadrut concention in New York.
A native Bostonian and grad-
uate of Northeastern University
and the Boston University School
of Law, Sanderson migrated to
Israel 13 years ago. He spoke of
Israel's rapid development, cit-
ing last year's export of $60,--
000,000 in agriculture products,
as compared with $30,000,000 in
1951.
"Today - there is little unem-
ployment in Israel and a great
need for skilled technicians
exists to fill a variety of jobs,"
Sanderson said. "This is where
-g an outstand-
Histadr
by prow ing vocational
ing
ng to young nd old alike."
t
the meeting
he program
sentation of a
eluded th •
' n $75.30 .in nick-
g
s . a pennies collected
en of the Hayim
ebrew-Yiddish Shule.
n Cottler, treasurer of
aign, as their contribu-
drive. Helen Shiffman

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meeting.
A report will be given by
those who attended the 38th
Anniversary Campaign Confer-
ence last month in New York.
A special report will be rend-
ered on the Warsaw Ghetto
Fighters Museum Project. The
memorial book, which has been
in the making over the past six
months, will be publicly dis-
played for the first time.

SAUL COHEN, BEN ZAGER and HARRY REZNICK
Exclusive Proprietors of

A Histadrut Campaign break-
fast rally will be held 10:30 a.m.
Sunday at the Hayim Greenberg
Center, 19161 Schaefer.
Israel Stolarsky, associate na-
tional director of the National
Committee for Labor Israel,
will be principal speaker. He
will analyze the present situa-

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MRS. MICHAEL HERMANOFF

Mary Beth Heinrick, daughter
of'' Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Joseph
Heinrick of Birmingham, was
wed to Michael Joel Hermanoff,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Her-
manoff, also of Birmingham,
Dec. 17 at the Sheraton Cadillac
Hotel.
The bride chose a gown of
ivory silk taffeta with an open
neckline, short sleeves and an
empire bodice of hand-corded
Alencon lace. There were side
panels of the matching lace on
the princess line, dome-shaped
skirt, falling into a chapel train.
A crown of Alencon lace held
a fingertip veil of ivory silk
illusion. She carried phaloeno-
pois and fleur d'amour with
trailing stephanotis.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Walter James Goldsmith, sister
of the bride. Bridesmaids were
Wendy Newman, Sharon New-
man, Mrs. Michael Melet and
Mrs. Donald Schmerin.
Best man was Edward Gable-
man of Shaker Height s; 0.,
cousin of thebridegroom.
Ushers were Walter Goldsmith,
Michael Melet, David Askenazy
and Douglas- Bloom.
Following a honeymoon in
Mexico City and Acapulco, the
couple will reside in Ann Arbor
where they attend school.

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Jacob Glaser, co-chairman of
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