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May 03, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-03

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Phyllis Wald Wed
to Jack Winograd

MRS. JACK WINOGRAD

Phyllis Wald became the bride
of Jack Winograd in a double
ring ceremony the evening of
March 31 at Cong. Bnai David.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wald of Avon
Ave., Oak Park, and Mr. and Mrs
Sidney Winograd of Windsor,
Ont.
The bride wore a gown of ivory
peau de soie with a scalloped
neckline of Alencon lace and
seed pearls. The dome-shaped,
floor-length skirt fell into a
chapel train. Both were appli-
qued with lace and seed pearls'.
The matching pillbox was draped
in silk illusion.
Toby Schwartz- was maid of
honor. Matron of honor was Es-
telle Cooper, sister of the bride-
groom. Bridesmaids were Bar-
bara Lynn, Sandra Wald, Nancy
Mouradian, Deanna Lawson and
Michelle, Cooper. Cindy Cooper
was flower girl.
Ralph Winograd served his
cousin as best man. Ushers were
Eddie Cooper, Joseph Winograd,
Sanford Wald, Skippy Kovinsky,
Jimmy Cohen and Albert Yuzpe.
Randy Cooper was ringbearer.
Following a Miami Beach, Fla.
honeymoon, the couple will re-
side in Riverside, Ont.

Plan Semi-Formal
Teen Dance at Center

A teen May dance will be
held 8:30 p.ni. May 18 at the
Jewish Center.
This will be the last dance
of the season and serve as an
introduction to the Teen Sum-
mer Program. Mon thly teen
dances, with a teen band, will
be continued through the sum-
mer months. There will also be
a full program .of camping trips,
beach trips, clubs, classes and
special activities.
The dance is semi-formal. For
further information about the
Teen Summer Program, call the
Youth Division, DI 1-4200.

Jewish Center Elects
Members of the Board

Charles H. Gershenson, presi-
dent of, the Jewish Center, has
announced results of the board
election held at the agency's re-
cent annual meeting.
Re-elected to three-year terms
were Dr. Max Aiken, Charles
H. Gershenson, Mrs. Lewis S.
Grossman, Mrs. Harry L. Jack-
son, Harry L. Jones, George D.
Keil, Mrs. Charles Lakoff, Jack
0. Lefton, Louis Redstone, Dr.
L. M. Shulman. Elected for the
first time were Mrs. Theodore
Bargman, N. Brewster Broder,
Dr. Norman Drachler, Irving
Goldberg and Max M. Shaye.

-R. S.-Good Appointed -
AMC Asst. Controller

Honor Charter Executive Members Man-dell-Lieberoll
at Council's Anniversary Functions Troth Announced

The contributions made to the
development and growth of the
JeWish. Community. Council by
former leaders will be honored
at the Council's silVer_ anniver-
sary dinner and delegate as-
sembly, May 13, at. the Jewish
Center. .
At the anniversary event, the
role of. the past presidents and
of the Council's founding execu-
tive committee will be cited by
Dr. Samtrel Krohn, Council vice
president and co-chairman . of
the anniversary committee.
The Council's original mem-
bership of 155 local Jewish or-
ganizations has now expanded
to • 340 affiliates.
Elected at the . first meeting
of Council delegates on Sept.
29, 1937, the late Simon Shetzer
and Fred M.' Butzel served as
president and honorary presi-
dent respectively. Butiel con-
tinued as honorary president
until his death. Succeeding
Council presidents, in the order
of their terms of office, whose
services will be acknowledged
at the May 13 meeting were:
James I. Ellmann, Aar on
Droock, Dr. Shmarya Kleinman,
Sidney M. Shevitz, Samuel J.
Rhodes arid..Lawrence W. Crohri.
Members of the Council's first
executive committee were:
Henry M. • -Abraintivitz.,:, :Hyman
Altman, Theodore :Baruch, Jo-

seph Bernstein, David J. Cohen,
Mrs. Ralph Davidson, Joseph G.
Ehrlich, Hon. James I. Ellmann,
Nathan R. Epstein, Henry Fen-
ster, Rabbi Leo M. Franklin,
Ben F. Goldman, Rabbi Abra-
ham M. Hershman, Frank A.
Hoffman, William Hordes, My-
ron A. Keyes, Dr. Shmarya
Kleinman, Julian H. Krolick,
Abraham Lachover, Benjamin
M. Laikin, Louis Levine, Samuel
Lieberman, Max N u s b au m;
Judge Charles Rubiner, Philip
Slomovitz, Isidore Sobeloff, Abe
Srere, Mrs. Herbert H. Warner
and Henry Wineman.
Dr. Richard C. Hertz of
Temple Beth El will deliver
the invocation at the dinner
and Sidney M. Shevitz, chair-
man of the anniversary com-
mittee, will present anniversary
tributes.
The business portion of the
assembly will include a sum-
mary statement of current
Council activities by Walter E.
Klein, executive director, elec-
tion of officers and executive
committee members, an anni-
versary review and a report to
the delegates by the retiring
president, Stanley J. Winkel-
man, and the installation of the
1963-64 officers.
The Sisterhood of Temple
Beth El, under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Marshall Miller,
will serve as hostesses. • Other
hostesses will include Mesdames
Colburn to Address Wilbur DeYoung, Sidney Kar-
Philip' Marcuse, Maurice
Reception Preceding bel,
Siden, Sidney Wallace and
Schlussel Banquets Leon Winkelman.
Reservations for the dinner
Sherwood Colburn, Michigan are available through the Coun-
State Insurance Commissioner, cil office.
will be the guest speaker at a
leadership reception in advance
of the Congregation Beth Abra-
ham Irving
gewry
Schlussel tes-
timonial din-
ner, at t h e
sr i
die
home of Judge
and Mrs. Na-
This Week's Radio and
than J. Kauf-
Television Programs
man, 1 7 5 3 3
Freeland,
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
at 8:30 p.m.,
Time: 11 a.m. Sunday.
Tuesday. Mem-
Station: WXYZ.
bers of the
Feature: Rabbi William Sa-
Colburn
congregation
jowitz of South Shore Temple,
and friends of Schlussel and Chicago, will discuss "Holiness
Judge Kaufman are invited.
for the Modern Day."
• * 4:
Congregation Beth Abraham
will honor Schlussel at a tribute
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
dinner on May 27 at the Jewish
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Center. Circuit Judge Kaufman,
Station: WJLB.
who was honored last year at
Feature: Dr. Samuel Krohn,
a community-wide testimonial, vice-president of the Jewish
sponsored by Beth Abraham, Community Council and the co-
will be the toastmaster at the chairman of its committee plan-
affair; which is on behalf of ning the program for the spec-
Israel Bonds.
ial dinner and delegate assem-
Elliot Roosevelt, son of FDR bly marking 25 years of Council
and Eleanor Roosevelt, will be service, will discuss the forth-
the guest speaker at the dinner. coming community milestone.
* * *
Lew Norman, comedian, will be
TO DWELL TOGETHER
the guest star.
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
William :censer is dinner com-
Station: WJBK (radio and
mittee chairman -and fain Kau-
fer is co-chairman. For reser- television simultaneously).
Feature: Rabbi Morris Adler,
vations call the Israel Bond
of the Jewish Com-
member
office, DI 1-5707.
m unity Council's Executive
Committee, will discuss the his-
P'Eyinn to Launch
torical development of the Coun-
cil and its role in the com-
Fund-Raising Drive _
munity.
* * *
The midwest regional commit-
tee for P'Eylim, Student volun-
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
teer organization, _will open a
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
fund-raising drive with a Melave
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Dr. Joseph Gut-
Malka, Saturday, 9 p.m., at
Young Israel of Northwest De- mann, curator of the Jewish
troit, 17376 Wyoming. Rabbi Museum and professor of Jew-
Avraham Hirsch, national direc- ish art history at the Hebrew
tor of P'Eylim, will speak, and Union College, and Dr. Richard
will report on the problems of C. Hertz of Temple Beth El
the Algerian Jewish refugees in will discuss "Jewish Art and
Artists."
France.

-

The appointment of Roy S.
Good as assistant controller-ad-
ministration was announced by
Donald P. Else, vice president
and controller of American Mo-
tors Corporation.
Good joined American Motors
in November, 1961, as admini-
strative assistant to Else after
spending 13 years in public ac-
counting.
A native of Cleveland, Good
received a bachelor of business
administration degree in 1948
and -a master's degree in busi-
ness administration in 1951
from Western Reserve Univer-
sity.
He lives with his wife and two
children at 13319 Vernon, Hunt-
ington Woods.

MISS ETHEL MANDELL

The engagement of Ethel
Rhoda Mandell, daughter of Mrs.
Leo A. Mandell and the late Mr.
Mandell, to Dennis B. Lieberoff,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lieb-
eroff, has been announced.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Michigan State University
College'of Education. Her fiance
is a graduate of Walsh Institute
and is a student at the Universi-
ty of Detroit. A December wed-
ding is planned.

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