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October 19, 1962 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 19, : 1962

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Center Starts Group
for Stamp Collectors

Miss Litt to Wed
Sharon Biales Will Israeli Fashions from Hadassah
Wed Richard Sisler School to Highlight Chapter Party Richard Bockoff

Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
will hold a membership party
Nov. 20 at Temple Israel, under
the direction of Mrs. Harold
Hoffman, vice-president of prO-
gram, and Mrs. Jack W. Perl-
man, chairman of the day.
The event will feature 30
high-styled creations by teenage
students in the fashion depart-
ment of Hadassah's Alice Seligs-
berg High School for Girls in
Jerusalem.
Also to be displayed are sev-
eral garments made by two Is-
raeli firms—Maskit and Aled.
The costumes will be mod-

ngagements

MISS SHARON BIALES

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moss of
Mark Twain Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Gloria Sue, to James Robert
Orecklin, son of Mrs. Leo Oreck-
lin of Oak Dr. and the late Dr.
Orecklin. The brideelect is a
senior in the Wayne State Uni-
versity College of Education
and is affiliated with Delta Phi
Epsilon sorority. Her fiance at-
tends the University of Michi-
gan Medical School, where is is
affiliated with Phi Delta Epsilon
Medical Fraternity. A June
Manufacturers of motor ve- wedding is planned.
hicles, have 462 plants and other
* * *
facilities located in 36 states.
Plans for a Dec. 23 wedding
are being formulated by Carol
Rita Owens and Stanley M.
Rosenberg. The bride-elect is
the daughter of Mrs. Albert
His Continental Orchestra
Owens of Ann Arbor. Her fiance
and Entertainment
is the -son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin Rosenberg of Ardmore Ave.
UN 3-7626
Miss Owens is affiliated with
the Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority
at the University of Michigan.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Eastern Michigan University.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bortman,
18220 Marlowe, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Brenda, to Murray • Schane, son
Face, Arms, Legs
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schane,
20295 Huntington. The bride-
elect is a student at Wayne
State University. Her fiance is
Licensed Electrologist
attending the University of Chi-
19499 LIVERNOIS DI 1-3149 cago. A Dec. 25. wedding is

Mr. and Mrs. Leon (Yorky)
Biales, 7310 Thatcher, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Sharon Ann, to Richard
Paul Sisler, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Sisler, 25650 York,
Huntington Woods.
The bride-elect attends High-
land Park Community College.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Wayne State University, where
he was affiliated with Alpha
Epsilon Pi fraternity. A June
wedding is planned.

Eric Rosen®W

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planned.

The

* * *

engagement of Sonia

Bianca Eisenberg to Howard

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Allen Siegel has been an-
nounced in California. The
bride-elect is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eisen-
berg. She is a student at the
University of California at Los
Angeles. Her fiance, the son of
former Detroiters Mr. and Mrs.
Sydney Siegel of Torrance,
Calif., is an engineering design-
er at Hughes Aircraft Co. and
attends the University of South-
ern California. An August wed-
ding is planned.

eled by Hadassah members.
They are Mesdames Floyd Adel-
son, Morton Baker, Nathan
Fink, Simon Kaplan, Seymour
Karbel, Irving Laker, Morris
Levine, Myron Milgrom, Bruce
Miller, Burton Mintz, Gerald
Rosen, Oscar Rosenberg, Irving
Rosenberg, Donald Schiller,
Louis Stober and Harvey Wil-
lens.
Others taking part in the pro-
duction are Mesdames Morton
Benson, wardrobe mistress;
Dave Edelman and Leslie
Schmier, staging; and Kenneth
Lastar, commentator - coordina-
tor.
In addition to the fashion
show, an original musical by
Mrs. Adelman and Mrs. Schmier
will be presented.
The affair is being given in
honor of new members, accord-
ing to Mrs. Sidney Brand, vice-
president of membershiR . Serv-
ing on her committee are Mes-
dames Jack Boxer, Ivan Meis-
ner, Jerry Ross, Perry Burn-
stine, Leo Levine and Philip
Bornstein.

.

Men's Clubs

BNAI DAVID MEN'S CLUB
will hold its annual wiener roast
8:30 p.m. Oct. 27 on the syna-
gogue patio. Refreshments and
entertainment will be featured.
Friends are invited to attend.
* * *
BETH ABRAHAM SYNA-
GOGUE MEN'S CLUB will cele-
brate its Bar Mitzvah anniver-
sary year this weekend. Officers
and members of the club will-
conduct Shemini Atzeres festi-
val services Saturday morning,
with Rabbi Israel Halpern and
Cantor Shabtai Ackerman offi-
ciating, along with the Syna-
gogue Choir under. the direc-
tion of Israel Fuchs. Dr. Robert
Schlaff will read the Torah as
Baal Kriyah. Meyer Lullove, in-
cumbent president, will be hon-
ored with Maftir. Judge Nathan
J. Kaufman will deliver the ser-
mon. The Men's Club will host
an anniversary kiddush in the
Nusbaum Hall following the
service. The Bar Mitzvah anni-
versary banquet will be held 7
p.m. Sunday at the synagogue.
An orchestra will provide music
for dinner and dancing. Marty
Mitchell will be master of cere-
monies. General chairman of the
celebrations is Philip Rosenz-
weig. Assisting him are Irving
Goldfarb, Edward Bunin, Harry
Left, Bernard Lichtenstein, Mor-
ris Davis, Alvin Topper, Sam
Sweet, Henry Thumin, Irving
Michaels, Rabbi and Mrs. Hal-
pern and Alex Rubin. For res-
ervations, call the synagogue,
UN 1-6696.

* * *

DETROIT GRADUATE
CHAPTER, Tau Epsilon Rho
Law Fraternity, will have a stag
5 night Friday at Boesky's Res-
taurant, 20231 James Couzens,
to honor Abraham Gertner, Su-
preme Chancellor of Cleveland.
Cocktails from 5.30 to 6:30 p.m.,
to be followed by buffet dinner
and social evening.
* * *
CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK
MEN'S CLUB will present Leo
Pfeffer, attorney, author and
Bathe
lecturer, as guest speaker 8 p.m.
in hof air with
Oct. 28 at the synagogue. Pfef-
no discomfort. Relax completely—
fer is general counsel of the
tensions fade away and paini are soothed.
American Jewish Congress. He
Stimulatei circulation and beautifies you while
is also a visiting professor of
fry
one!
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Come,
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The Jewish Center, 18100
Meyers, announces a new adult
group for stamp collectors. The
group will meet on the first
Tuesday of each month at 8:30
p.m. starting Nov. 7. Registra-
tion is being taken in the Adult
Division office.

FOR THE ULTIMATE
IN GOOD MUSIC

SAM EMMER

And His Orchestra

DI 1-1609

PHOTOGRAPHY
56.80 album

MISS BARBARA LITT

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Litt of
Northlawn Ave. announce the
engagement • of their daughter,
Barbara Joan, to Richard Alan
Bockoff, son of Mrs. Selma
Bockoff of Lauder Ave. and
Mr. Robert Bockoff of West-
hampton Rd., Southfield.
The bride-elect attends Wayne
State University. Her fiance is
a student at the University of
Michigan. A June wedding is
planned.

WEDDINGS
BAR MITVZAHS

548-1 3 10

Back after two successful years
in Europe

IRV FIELD

and his

ORCHESTRA

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EXPERT COOK

Israelis Here Will
Teach Conversational
Hebrew at Center

IN JEWISH STYLE FOOD
PREPARING HOME PARTIES,
BAR MITZVAHS IN YOUR
HOME

An informal Hebrew Conver-
sation Group will begin its reg-
ular Saturday afternoon meet-
ing on Oct. 28, it was announced
by Charles H. Gershenson, the
president of the Jewish Center.
The sessions, which are held
from 3 to 5 p.m., will be con-
ducted by native Israeli leaders.
The program is cooperatively
sponsored by the Jewish Center
and the Israeli Students Organi-
zation of Wayne State Univer-
sity. It is open to the general
public without charge. The
group is divided into sections
according to language skills,
from beginners to advanced.
The sessions are designed to
provide practice in the oral
use of modern Israeli Hebrew.
For information, call DI
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