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June 21, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-21

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MISS STEPHANIE ROTH

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Roth of
University Height s, 0., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Stephanie Helen, to
David Harris Bernstein of
Cleveland, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerson B. Bernstein of Suffolk
Rd., Detroit.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the Michigan University Den-
tal Hygiene School. Her fiance
was graduated from Miami Uni-
versity of - Ohio. An October
wedding is planned.

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omen's Clubs

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UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY re-
cently installed Mesdames
Elbert Diamond president; Her-
bert Fishman, Isadore Goren
and Gertrude Hyams,. vice-pres-
idents; Meyer Charlip, David
Epstein, Edward Fishman and
Louis Seiton, secretaries; Her-
man K. Cohen, treasurer; Sam
Stewart, auditor; and Charles A.
Smith, parliamentarian. Board
members are Mesdames Morris
Lachover, Lawrence Goldberg,
Irving Solomon, Mollie Feld-
stein, Nathan Spevakow, Nor-
man Leemon, Harry Oberstein,
Mitchell Feldman, Abe Morri-
son, David Pollack, Albert
Spinner, Donald Nusholtz, Wil-
liam Yolles, Morris Halperin,
Meyer Stewart, Charles Weiner,
Joseph Wyzan, Julius Rosen,
George Orley, &limn Witten-
berg, Milton Winston, Bert
Smokier, William Appel, Henry
Feinberg, Theodore Issacs, Sam
Leir, Herbert Moss, Isadore
Shumaker, and Philip Slomovitz.
* * *
TOWN AND COUNTRY
CHAPTER, Women's American
ORT, will hold
its fifth annual
Honor Roll
Dinner - Dan c e
6:3) p.m. Tues-
day at the Ra-
leigh Hous e,
announce s
President Mrs.
Paul Sherizen.
Chairman of
the affair is
Mrs. Sherizen Mrs. Martin
Brown, assisted by Mrs. Gerald
Clayton.
* * *
PAULA STARK OFFICERS
CLUB will hold a victory lunch-
eon 11:30 a.m. Monday at the
Top of the Flame. For informa-
tion, call Fay Herwitz, UN
2-1197.
* * *
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
will have a theater party 7:30
p.m. July 21 at Northland Play-
house. Menasha Skulnik will bo
featured in the • play "Come
Blow Your Horn." For informa-
tion, contact chairman Mrs.
Jerome Silberman, DI 1-0436,
or Mesdames Leo Gaspas and
Abe Halem.
* * *
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Assik, 24050 Blackstone.
The guest speaker will be Rabbi
Joshua Sperka, announced Mes-
dames A. Feldman and A. Sand-
weiss, chairman.
* * *
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will install offi-
cers at a luncheon commemor-
ating theme 15th anniversary of
Israel's i n d e-
pendence
noon Wednes-
day at the La-
bor Zionist In-
stitute.The
luncheon will
be tendered by
Pr e s i d e n t Mrs. Shayne
Frances Shayne and Vice-Presi-
dent Sophia Tatelman. A music
program will feature Ruth Gold-
man, accompanied by Lillian
Zehnan. Installing officer will
be Rae Feinberg, advisor; So-
phia Tatelman, Esther Nusbaunii
and Tania Berman, vice-presi-
dents; Fay Mandell, Sarah Kan-
ter, Blanche Lesser and Eva
Gertzman, secretaries; and Re-
becca Cohen, treasurer.
* * *
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
3:30 Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Charles Fine, 17355 Green-
lawn. The guest speaker will be
Dr. • A. Greenbaum, announces
Mrs. Tzippora Baiter, chairman.
* • *
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD
will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the synagogue. The program
will be "Jewels For Your Home."
Guests are invited.

Nancy Tann• Wed
to Martin Zide

MRS. MARTIN ZIDE

An afternoon s e r vie e on
June 16 at Temple Beth El
marked the marriage of Nancy
Gay Tann to Martin Lawrence
Zide.
The bride, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Tann, wore a
Bianchi gown with a jacket of
applique Alencon lace and a
peau de soie sheath skirt with
detachable train. A cloud of
imported illusion, held to a
matching circulet of peau de
soie, formed the veil.
The maid of honor was Mrs.
Mark Weisberg, sister of the
bride. Bridesmaids were Linda
Lipsitt and Carol Zide.
The bridegroom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zide of De-
troit. His brother, Michel Zide,
served as best man. Ushers
were Guy Tann, James Tann,
Ronald Plavnick, Marvin Zuch-
ter, Morris Margulies, Howard
Corman, Lawrence Sklar, Rob-
ert Wexler, Andrew Luczki and
Mark Weisberg.
After a reception at the home
of the bride's parents on Afton
Rd., the newlyweds left for
Florida.

Israeli Makes
Scale Model of
Biblical Temple

Tel Aviv diamond cutter
Moshe Levin has built an exact
model replica of the temple
built by the Israelites some 33
centuries ago. The task took
him five years—thousands of
hours work—and a great deal
of money.
The model, built on a scale of
1 to 60 (one centimeter to one
cubit), is one meter long and
a half-meter wide. It is now
on exhibit at the Heichal
Shlomo religious center in Je-
rusalem.
Levin said he built the model
with the exact materials and
to the specifications mentioned
in the Torah. When in doubt he
referred to the interpretations
of Rashi.
Included in the work are
gold, emeralds, sapphires, dia-
monds, agate, topaz and ame-
thyst.

Standard Federal Savings
New Greenfield Office
Pays 4% Rate On Savings
Standard Federal Savings and
Loan Association, which will
open its eleventh office at 14221
Greenfield, south of Grand
River, July 1, has a highly envi-
able dividend record. In its 70-
year history Standard Federal
has never missed paying savers
a return on their savings ac-
counts, according to Robert J.
Hutton, president of the Asso-
ciation.
Hutton also pointed out that,
"the features of federal insur-
ance on all accounts up to
$10,000, the return of 4% com-
pounded and paid quarterly on
every dollar in every savings
account and many other friend-
ly, helpful services have aided
materially in the increase of
the Association's assets to more
than a quarter of a billion
dollars."

Thomas Spira Wins
Scholarship to Camp
Kfar Silver in Israel

S chlain: Ala rk
Golden Anniversary

Thomas Spira, 13328 N.
Norfolk, is the recipient of a
Kfar Silver Israel Summer
Camp scholarship awarded to
him by the Zionist Organiza-
tion of Detroit and the United
Hebrew Schools.
Tom, 16, is a student at
.IVIumford High School and the
Midrasha. He will stay at Kfar
Silver for 28 days this summer
and then tour the country for
14 days. He will study conver-
sational Hebrew, Jewish and
Zionist History and will par-
ticipate in discussion groups
and work shops. He will also
meet with outstanding Israeli
personalities in Israel and par-
ticipate in athletic and recrea-
tional activities with Israeli
teen-agers.

Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Schlaff
will be the guests of honor on
Monday at a dinner given to
celebrate their golden wedding
anniversary at Kozin's Cater-
ing Co. More than 100 guests
will attend.
The couple were married in
Brooklyn, N.Y. and have lived
in Detroit since 1922. They have
two sons, Sidney and Dr. Rob-
ert, a daughter, Mrs. -Beatrice
Mor_dry, and six grandchildren.

Hebrew U. Presented
Falk Foundation Gift

PITTSBURGH, (JTA) — The
Maurice and Ladra Falk Foun-
dation of Pittsburgh announced
an additional grant of $500,000
for the continuation of the Falk
Project for Economic Research
in Israel through the establish-
ment of the Maurice Falk In-
stitute for Economic Research
in Israel, which will be part
of the Hebrew University.
The announcement was made
at a dinner honoring Eliahu
Elath, president of the Hebrew
University. The Falk Founda-
tion $500,000 grant has been
matched by a similar half mil-
lion dollar grant from the
Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem.

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— THE' DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, June 21, 1963

Roth-Bernstein
Engagement . Told

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