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December 28, 1962 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 28, 1962 -- 14

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MISS FRANCES SINGAL

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Singal of
Kenosha Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Frances Lee, to David
Moskowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Moskowitz of Far Rocka-
way, N.Y.
The bride - elect attended
Wayne State University and is
presently residing in New York
City. Her fiance was graduated
from Mesifta Torah V'dath and
attends Queens College in New
York. A March wedding is plan-
ned.

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Men's Clubs

BETH MOSES MEN'S CLUB
has reservations left for their
annual New Year's Eve party
to be held 9 p.m. Monday at
the congregation, 19160 Ever-
green. Interested parties can
contact Iz Bernstein, KE 3-5884,
or Chuck Bassin.
* * *
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
TEFILLIN CLUB has elected
Seymour Guttman, president;
Jeffrey Last, vice - - president;
Barry Barnett, secretary-treasur-
er; and Harry Young and Gary
Guttman, ritual chairmen. All
Bar Mitzvah boys are invited to
join the Club, which meets 9
a.m. Sunday at the synagogue
under the direction of Milt
Mutchnick.

Abraham Waronoff was in-
stalled as worshipful master of
Perfection Lodge, F. & A.M. In-
stalled with Waronoff were Dr.
Emanuel J. Green and George
Schwartz, wardens; LeRoy Wis-
per and Robert
Leach, dea-
cons; David
Colman, P.M.,
secretary; Dr.
Samuel B. Dan-
to, P.M., treas-
u r e r; Hyman
Silverman, ty-
ler; and Harry
Zausmer, P.M.,
. ..
chaplain. Also
Waronoff
inducted were
Stewards Murray Butler, Max
Gittleman, Louis Levine, Arthur
Mevis, Daniel Natow, Herman
Raznick, Gerald Robbins, Sey-
mour Schuldinger, Erwin Wile
and Norman Weitz. Marshal is
Newton L. Freedman and organ-
ist is Thomas C. W. Simpson.
Harry Zausmer, P.M., was in-
stalling worshipful grand master
and Milton M. Maddin, P.M., 330,
was grand marshal, assisted by
Jack Jackman, P.M., grand chap-
lain, and Philip Langwald, P.M.,
grand secretary.

Strike Oil in Israel

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—More oil
has been struck at the Kochav
3 well north of the present oil-
fields at Heletz, the Lapidot Oil
Prospectors Company reported.
The company said two oil-bear-
ing layers were found in the
I well.

Thank You, Chabad Supporters!

I wish to take this means of expressing heartfelt thanks to all

my associates in the dinner given by the Merkos L'Inyonei
Chinuch, for the support of the Lubavitcher (Chabad) institu-
tions, in honor of Judge Ira G. Kaufman. I regret that I was

compelled to leave the dinner early due to illness, and I am
grateful to my associates, Mr. Charles E. Feinberg, and to

Rabbi Berel Shemtov, for their cooperation in making the
such an outstanding success.

event

—WILLIAM HORDES

"LET'S SEE ..„ WE'LL HAVE TO

MAI!E PESEPVATIONS AT THE
CRAN BROOK HOUSE MOTEL FOR
AUNT SADIE, UNCLE IRVING, AUNT - ...''

Susan Victor Wed
to Alan Bolton

EIGHT MILE it JAMES COLIZEMS

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Plans are underway in Wind-
sor, Ont., for the 1963 Welfare
Fund Campaign to be held in
February and March.
Campaign chairman is Abe
Berniker, secretary of the Wind-
sor Jewish Community Council.
Chairman of the Women's Divi-
sion is Mrs. Maxwell (Leone)
Schott, a member of the Execu-
tive Committee of the Windsor
Jewish Community Council and
a vice-chairman of the newly
f o r m e d League of Jewish
Women.

If he is licentious his wife too
will be licentious.
Megillah 12

MRS. ALAN

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By Randy Zusman

Branch Seven, LZOA, will hold
its annual New Years Eve Han-
ukah party Monday evening at
the Hayim Greenberg Center,
19161 Schaefer.
Proceeds of the event will be
contributed to the Israel His-
tadrut Campaign.
For information and reserva-
tions, call the chairman of the
event, Mrs. Sigmund Kikoler,
VE 6-2793.

Leave planning details — and

RAINBOW KOSHER CATERERS

Southfield
High
School
Newsline

The annual fall Honors As-
sembly honored seniors and
juniors for their academic
achievement the past year.
Among those honored were Jef-
frey Kaufman, Robert Schiller,
Lois Berman, Sheldon Davis,
Ruth Nemon and Allen Wilcox.
The seniors, who will graduate
in June, will receive their
awards for this year at Senior
Day before graduation.
Tryouts for " Finian's Rain-
bow," the spring musical at
Southfield High School, have
been completed. Among those
participating are Nancy Gar-
lock, Allen Wilcox, Becky Klock,
Les Neuman, Celia Rosenthal
and Ron Tauber.
Coming events in January
elude the Senior Class Dance to
be held on the twenty-sixth, and
the Talent Show on the thir-
tieth.

RELAX ! HAVE FUN AT
YOUR OWN PARTY .

sometimes headaches to me.
Entertainment, music and what-

ZAN GILBERT

Susan Gail Victor became the
bride of Alan Edwin Bolton in
a ceremony performed by Rab-
bis Leon Fram and M. Robert
Syme and Cantor Harold Or-
bach on Dec. 19 at Temple
Israel.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. George Victor,
18303 Fairfield, and Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Bolton, 18639 Mon-
ica.
The bride wore a gown with
scooped neckline outlined in
Alencon lace and seed pearls. A
peau de soie sheath with inter-
mission skirt and detachable
cathedral train accented the
long sleeves. She wore a match-
ing pearl crown with bouffant
three-tiered silk illusion veil.
The bride carried a bouquet of
sweetheart roses.
Mrs. Richard Kates served
her sister as matron of honor.
Carol Sue Shulman was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Nancy
Victor; cousin of the bride;
Nancy Zukin, cousin of the
bridegroom; Judith Weil, cousin
of the bride; and Nancy Sacks.
Lt. Robert Bolton served his
brother as best man. Ushers
were Alan H. Victor, brother of
the bride; Michael Bolton,
brother of the bridegroom; Mar-
tin Lipson, cousin of the bride-
groom; and Joel Dreyer.
After a honeymoon in the
Bahama Islands, the newlyweds
will reside at 16555 Schaefer.

David P. Zack last week ad-
dressed the Accountant Society
and faculty of Ferris Institute
on the subject "Reflections of
Thirty Years in the Practice of
Public Accounting — Its Chal-
lenge and Rewards."
In the course of his address
and his reminiscences, Zack de-
voted part of his talk to the
necessity for the accountant's
participation in community
agencies and activities.

The True International Touch!

BOLTON

Branch 7 Celebrates
Hanukah, New Year

Cf2ANBIZOO IC
HOUSE MOTEL

Zack Reminisces About
Windsor Maps Plans
for Welfare Campaign 30 Years in Accounting

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