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June 28, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-28

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Women slu4s

Trepeck-Carson
Rites Solemnized

MRS. LAWRENCE TREPECK

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Sheila Eileen Carson became
the bride of Lawrence Paul
Trepeck in a Ceremony per-
formed by Rabbis Jacob Segal,
Leon Fram and M. Robert
Syme on June 23 at Cong. Adas
Shalom.
Parents of the newlyweds
are Mr. and Mrs. George Car-
son of Northlawn Ave. and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Trepeck of
Huntington Rd., Huntington
Woods.
The bride wore a peau de
soie gown accented by a chapel-
length heirloom mantilla of
Brussels lace. She carried white
butterfly roses and stephanotis.
Merle Sue Carson served her
sister as maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Brenda Berg, Mari-
lyn Friedman, Lynne Saper-
Stein and Lori Pavian of Chi-
cago.
Edward Stein was best man.
Ushers were Irwin Carson,
brother of the bride; Robert
Appel, Philip Goodman and
Peter Barak, cousin of the
bridegroom.
The couple departed for a
honeymoon in Puerto Rico. the
Virgin Islands and Florida.
They will reside on Greenfield
Rd.

INFANTS SERVICE GROUP
has installed Mrs. Warren
Greenstone as president. Other
officers are Mesdames Louis
Malkin, Lewis Davis and Leon-
ard Baron, vice-presidents Sam-
uel Katz, Jack Freeman, case
chairmen; Samuel Atlin, treas-
urer; Abner Baker, Albert Kap-
lan, Jerry Baker, Nathan Elkins
and Ferdinand Reich, secre-
taries; Harry Farber, Nathan
Peiss, Saul Ginsburg, Samuel
Rosenberg, Edward Roth, Sam-
uel Pianin and Arthur Klein,
chairmen. A meeting of the
newly-elected officers will be
held July 1. A board meeting is
scheduled for July 8.
* * •
MISHKAN ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD has installed Mrs. Ida
Lichtig as president. Other offi-
cers are Mesdames Arthur
Greenwald, Sidney Levy, vice-
presidents; Allan Gavern, Man-
uel Luckman, Lawrence Belin-
sky, secretaries; and Nathan
Strickstein, treasurer.
* * *
OAK PARK NSHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
3:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. A. Zysfein, 24350 West-
hampton. The speaker will be
Rev. Haron Zysfein, according
to Mesdames A. Feldman and
A. Sandweiss, chairmen.

Elaine Green frill
Wed Irving Walsh

Mrs. Weinstock Will
Chair Open Forums on
Republican Issues

Attorney Mrs. Lee Weinstock
has been asked by the 17th
Cong. District Chairman Weldon
Yeager to serve as chairman for
a series of free open forums on
"What are the Most Vital and
Pertinent Issues For the Re-
publican Party?"
The first session will be held
8 p.m. Tuesday at 17th District
Headquarters, 14445 Grand
River.
The point to he considered is
"Who shall be the 1964 G.O.P.
Presidential Candidates?"
Speaking will be attorney Jack
Kraizman, Gordon Clarkson and
Tom Daoust.
The public is invited. For in-
formation call Headquarters,
BR 2-4450.

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At a recent cocktail party,
announcement was made of the
engagement of Elaine Paula
Green to Irving Walsh. Parents
of the bride-elect are Mrs. Sally
Green of Oak Park and Harry
Green of St. Petersburg, Fla.
Her fiance is the son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Avrum Walsh of
Montreal, Canada. An August
wedding is planned.

Choral Workshop Formed
for Music Season at
Stratford

Glenn Gould and Oscar Shum-
sky, music directors of the Strat-
ford Festival, announce the for-
mation of a Choral Workshop,
under the direction of Elmer
Iseler, for the summer music
season.
The Stratford area has a high
reputation for the excellent
quality of its vocal talent. It
has been Gould's desire. for
some time, to feature this talent
in the Festival's music season.
Auditions, recently held by
Elmer Iseler in Stratford and
Kitchener, led to the acceptance
of forty outstanding local vocal-
ists as a nucleus of the work-
shop.
On Friday afternoon, July 26,
the Choral Workshop will pre-
sent a program in the Avon
Theatre, assisted by members of
the National Festival Orchestra,
conducted by Iseler.

He that publishes a book runs
a very great hazard, since noth-
ing can be more impossible
than to compose one that may
secure the approbation of every
reader. —Miguel de Cervantes,
"Don Quixote".

Friedman-Cohen
Rites Solemnized

LADIES OF YESHIVATH
BETH YEHUDAH AND WOM-
EN'S SABBATH LEAGUE will
install officers 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Yeshiva Building,
announces President Mrs. Isa-
dore Levin, who will sponsor
the luncheon. Mrs. Milton Win-
ston will officiate. Rabbi Max
J. Wohlgelernter (Ittamar) will
be guest speaker. He is general
secretary of Israel's Chief Rab-
binate. A program of Hebrew
and Yiddish songs will be pre-
sented by Drora Kleinplatz. In
charge of the affair are Mrs.
Walter Epstein and Mrs. Annie
Levine, assisted by Mesdames
Bertha Faigenbaum, Rose Biele-
wich, Pearl Leader, Pearl Gold,
Kate Rubin and Esther Sachs.
Friends are invited.
• * *
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
3:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. D. Cern, 17357 Pine-
hurst. Guest speaker will be
Seymour Wolfson, according to
Mrs. Tzippora Baiter, chairman.
* ,* *
GOLDA MYERSON CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will hold
an Israel cash shower noon
Tuesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Luncheon, games and
prizes will be featured. Guests
are invited.
* * *
OAK-WOODS YOUNG ISRA-
EL SISTERHOOD has installed
Elsie Rodd as president. Other
officers are Mesdames David
Spinner, Morris Trager and
J e r o m e Karnow, vice-presi-
dents; Marvin Engel, treasurer;
Wilbert Simkovitz and David
Bodzin, secretaries; and Louis
Kanarek, S a m u e l Bakunow,
Gertrude Schwartz, Lea Feld-
man, Samuel Ginsberg, David
Dombey, Jerome Karnow, Beril
Bloom, Joseph Rodd, Marvin
Engel, Louis Fein, Meyer Man-
delbaum, Seymour Ribiat and
Isaac Knopp o w, committee
chairmen.
* * *
SUBURBAN HILLS CHAP-
TER, Women's American ORT,
has formed an intermediate
group golf league, to meet Tues-
days at Lancaster Hills Golf
Course, and an advanced golf-
ers league, to meet Thursdays at
North Hills Golf Course. Inter-
mediate group officers are Mes-
dames Philip Minkin, president;
Steve Bromberg, secretary; and
Donald Grey, treasurer. The
advanced league is headed by
Mesdames Harold Gordon, pres-
ident; Fred Babbin, secretary;
and Marvin Barnett, treasurer.

Deadline
Today for
Next Issue

Because of the Fourth of
July, deadline for all copy
for our next issue will be
at 2 p.m. today.
Deadline for Classified
Ads for the next issue will
be at 3 p.m. on Tuesday.

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• MIKE GREENS
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PHOTOGRAPHY by

MRS. PETER FRIEDMAN

At an afternoon double-ring
ceremony on June 23 at the
Sheraton Cadillac Hotel, Linda
Susan Cohen became the bride
of Peter Stephen Friedman; Rab-
bis M. Robert Syme and Leon
Fram and Cantor Harold Or-
bach officiated.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen of
Muirland Ave. and Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Apsel of Monica Ave.
The bride wore a gown of
white Peau de sole, with ap-
pliques of Alencon lace. The
floor-length skirt fell into a
chapel train. Her bouffant illu-
sion veil was held in place by a
crown of seed pearls. She carried
white orchids and stephanotis
on her conformation Bible.
Mrs. Robert Steinberg, sister
of the bridegroom, was matron
of honor. Bridesmaids were
Laura Wolfgang and Martha
Wolfgang, cousins of the bride.
Kenneth Apsel, brother of the
bridegroom, served as best man.
Ushers were Robert Steinberg
and Stanley Cohen.
After a honeymoon in Chi-
cago, the newlyweds will reside
on Merton Rd.

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