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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 5, 1963

Treberman-Sa rho
Rites Solemnized

activities in ociety

Mrs. Joseph Kunin, past president; who resided in Los
Angeles for the past few years, will be honored at a meeting
of the Sisters of Zion Mizrachi at Holiday Manor, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Glasier. Rabbi and Mrs. Richard Hertz
and Rabbi and Mrs. Robert Syme are among a large group of
alumni of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of -Religion
and Jewish lay leaders participating in the dedication ceremonies
of the new Hebrew Union College Biblical and Archaeological
School in Jerusalem today through Monday.
Miss Lynn Goldberg of 1260 Strathcona Dr. and her classmate
from the University of Michigan, Miss Merci Giber, of Youngs-
town, have left for a two-months trip to Europe and Israel. They
will study at the University of Florence for one month.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lieberman and Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
L. Shrodeck, leaders of the Labor Zionist Organization of Detroit,
plan to meet in Israel this summer.
The Cornfield Family Club will hold its annual picnic Sunday
at Middle Rouge Park.

Mahler and Goldberg to Direct
Service Group Israel Survey Tour

cilities that the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee hag established
in France to serve Jews who
fled Algeria. The Israel portion
of the tour will include an all-
day trip to Eilat.

3 Guest Instructors
Will Hold Workshops
in Music at Stratford

Mahler

Goldberg

The Detroit Service Group
Israel Survey Tour will leave
Detroit Oct. 1 for a 14-day in-
spection of Allied Jewish Cam-
paign supported programs and
facilities in Israel.
Milton K. Mahler, former
president of the Service Group,
and Irving . Goldberg, 1963 Al-
lied Jewish Campaign chair-
man of the arts and crafts di-
vision, will be tour co-chairmen.
Bert L. Smokier, associate
chairman, Tamarack Hills Au-
thority will be survey chairman
and will direct the presentation
of the group's report. Milton
Weiner, secretary of the Jewish
Welfare Federation community
relations budget and planning
division, will be tour director.
The survey tour is for lead-
ers and key workers in the
Jewish Welfare Federation's Al-
lied Jewish Campaign. The tour
will include visits to refugee
centers in Paris and Vienna.
A multi-lingual official , of the
Jewish Agency will join the
tour in Israel and will introduce
tour members to Israelis in all
walks of life.
Tour members will visit tem-
porary housing and feeding fa-

Dann

Three guest instructors
have been engaged for the
instrumental workshop to be
held at the Statford, Ontario,
Festival. Lillian Fuchs, viola;
Robert Koff, violin; and Sol
Schoenbach, bassoon; have ac-
cepted invitations to conduct
the workshop sessions, together
with Oscar Shumsky.
Sol Schoenbach, previously
announced as one of the guest
artists for the. Sunday after-
noon concert on July 28, will
be .the instructor for Wood-
winds. Glenn Gould and Oscar
Shumsky, festival music direc-
tors, noted that Schoenbach is
the first woodwind instructor
to participate in the workshop
series.
Lillian Fuchs, the well-known
violist, has performed with the
world's major orchestras in solo
recital and with her brother,
Violinist Joseph Fuchs. She has
appeared at the Casals Festi-
val in Prades, France, and has
been featured often with the
Musicians' Guild in New York.
Miss Fuchs has inspired many
contemporary composers t o
write works especially for her,
including Quincy Porter, Mar-
tinu and de Menasce. As well
as her duties with the work-
shop, Miss Fuchs will take part
in the anniversary program,
July 14, and the chamber con-
cert, July 20.

111011

■1 11

BY HENRY LEONARD

Max ...that's what I love about a meal in a
Jewish restaurant. Before you begin—you're FULL!"

Cope. 1963, Doyen° Productions
aularomMr.





MRS. SEYMOUR WEBERMAN

Sandra Ruth Sarko became
the bride of Seymour Weber-
man in a ceremony performed
by Rabbi Morris Adler on June
30 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Sarko of
Ohio Ave. and Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Weberman of Kipling
Ave., Oak Park.
The bride wore a gown of
ivory peau de soie with a sab-
rina n e c k l i n e, elbow-length
sleeves, molded bodice, a side-
draped skirt falling into a
chapel train and an ivory heir-
loom mantilla of Brussels lace.
She carried one rose on her
Bible.
Mrs. Arline Zide of Holly-
wood, Calif., served her sister
as matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Phyllis Berke, Lin-
da Miller, Diane Labowitz of
Rockford, Ill., and Sally Teitel-
baum. Annise Swartz was flower
girl.
Byron Gold of Silver Springs,
Md., was best man. Ushers were
Alan Sarko, brother of the
. bride; Alvin Sulkes of Barn-
more, Ronald Fruitman and
George Comden. Leonard Sarko,
brother of the bride, was junior
usher.
The couple departed for a
one-month honeymoon in Eur-
ope. They will reside on Schae-
fer Rd. upon their return.

Platt, Rosenbaum
to Attend Student
Zionist Seminar

Dr. Marie Syrkin, associate
professor of literature at Bran-
deis University and Editor of
"Jewish Frontier," along with
Sholom Katz, editor of "Mid-
stream" magazine, and Katriel
Katz, Consul General of Israel
in New York, Will be but a few
of the visiting lecturers at the
first Leadership Training Sem-
inar of the Student Zionist Or-
ganization to be held during
August at the Hechalutz Israel
Institute, Hightstown, N.J.
Attending from the Detroit
area will be Norman Platt, 14701
Rosemary, Oak Park, and Stanley
Rosenbaum, 18264 San Juan.
The recently organized sem-
inar for the training of quali-
fied leadership for the Zionist
movement on campus is designed
to give the 40 participants a phi-
losophy and working approach to
the Zionist movement on campus,
and will provide courses in basic
Jewish knowledge, Zionist his-
tory, the State of Israel, the
American Jewish community, as
well as educational and organiza-
tional methodology necessary for
the work of a student Zionist
leader.
Al Mirwis of Brooklyn College,
chairman of the Leadership
Training Seminar Committee of
the Student Zionist Organiza-
tion, announced that the parti-
cipants in - this program were
chosen • from throughout the
United States and Canada for
their above average ability and
initiative, as well as their strong
sense of responsibility towards
the Zionist movement.

MISS BRENDA BARR

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Barr
of Balmoral Dr. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Brenda Michele, to Dr. Jerome
Julius Sage, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Sage of Ilene Ave..
The prospective bridegroom
is a graduate of the University
of Detroit School of Dentistry
and is a member of the Alpha
Omega fraternity. The bride-
elect attended the University of
Michigan and was graduated
from Wayne State University
College of Education. The cou-
ple plan an Aug. 11 wedding.

PHOTOGRAPHY by

BERNARD H.

INER

HAL GORDON

KE 1-8196

Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings

"ARCHIE" MARGOLIS, Formerly of Dexter
Has Merged with ABf SKORE

And Invites His Friends and Customers
to Stop and See Him at

Mrs. Alfred Lakin
Elected President of
Bnai Brith District

At the 31st annual convention
of Bnai Brith Women District 6
held in Chicago. Mrs. Alfred E.
Lakin of Detroit was elected
president of the district, en-
compa ssi n g
eight mid-
western states
and four prow
inces of Can-
ada.
Mrs. Lakin
has served as
president and
honorary pres-
ident of the
Harry B. Kei-
Mrs. Lakin
dan Chapter,
president of the Greater Metro- ,
politan Detroit Bnai Brith Wo-
men's Council. She has served
on the Michigan Bnai Brith
Youth Organization and Anti-
Defamation League Regional
Boards and the National Com-
munity Service Committee of
the Anti-Defamation League.
Mrs. Lakin has served on Bnai
Brith Women District 6 Board
of Directors and was vice-presi-
dent for four years.
Mrs. Lakin has received the
Hillel Key from the University
of Michigan for personal serv-
ice and is a member of the
Board of Trustees of the Na-
tional Jewish Hospital at Den-
ver. Mrs. Lakin is a member of
the Community Service and Re-
lations Committee of the Jewish
Community Council and served
as an officer of the Youth Edu-
cation League for several years.
She worked for the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation for many years
and is a member of the Temple
Israel Sisterhood.

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