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August 23, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-23

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Lumberg-Sherman
Vows Exchanged

MRS. EUGENE LUMBERG

Pamela Sherman, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Sher-
man, became the bride of
Eugene Lumberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Lumberg, in a
recent double ring ceremony at
Adas Shalom Synagogue.
The bride wore a sheath
gown of ivory Brussels lace with
a detachable train of peau de
sole, appliqued with matching
lace. Her silk illusion veil fell
from a pillbox of matching
ivory lace. She carried a bou-
quet of ivory roses on her con-
firmation Bible.
Donna Sherman served her
sister as maid of honor. The
bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Sam-
uel Markel, was matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Wendy
Elson, Sharon Horwitz and
Brenda Freeman of Toronto,
Ont. Junior bridesmaids were
Susanne Pomish and Jill Col-
man.
Samuel Markel, the bride-
groom's brother-in-law served as
best man. Ushers were Michael
Roth, Lawrence Benjamin,
David Saperstei n, Norman
Lynn, Edward Powers, Paul
Shwedel, Howard Zacks and
Ronald Sherman, the bride's
brother, was junior usher.
The newlyweds will make
their home in Royal Oak after
a honeymoon in Mexico.

Center Culture Club
Announces Lectures

David Gornbein, president of
the Center Culture Club of the
Older Adult Division of the
Jewish Center, announced a
series of speakers and topics
for the club's September lecture
program.
Mrs. Sarah Freedman will
speak Sept. 5 on "The Yiddish
Poetry of Rachel Korn." Wil-
liam Hordes will speak Sept. 12
on "The New President and
Prime Minister of Israel." Jo-
seph Bernstein will speak Sept.
26 on "Segregation: Theory and
Practice."
Inquiries about the club and
its program may be addressed
to Gornbein at the Center.

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Women's Clads

HADASSAH, South Oakland
Co. Capter, Oak Park East
Group, will hold a Mystery Trip
tomorrow, 8:15 p.m., starting at
Oak Park's Major Park. The
price includes a midnight supper.
R.S.V.P. Mrs. Martin Miller, LI
2-1355.
* * *
R.ADOMER AID & LADIES
SOCIETY will hold its annual
rummage sale Monday through
Saturday at Main St., Royal Oak.
Contact Mrs. Esther Wolok, M
7-8290 or Mrs. Ida Carp, chair-
men for pickup. The next regu-
lar meeting will be at 8:30 p.m.,
Sept. 3 at Workmen's Circle,
18340. W. 7 Mile Rd.
* * *
Mrs. Hyman R. Cohen, presi-
dent of the SISTERHOOD of
YOUNG ISRAEL of GREEN-
FIELD announces a Summer
Rummage Sale on Tuesday
under the general chairmanship
of Mrs. Bertha Grossman. The
sale will take place at the Pyth-
ian Hall on 12 Mile Rd. in
Berkely. Anyone having rum-
mage is asked to call Mrs.
Louis Penfil at LI 1-4354 for
pick up. All proceeds of the
sale go to sponsor the youth
program of Young Israel and to
provide building equipment at
the Young Israel building on 10
Mile Rd.
* * *
An executive board meeting
of NORTHWEST CHILD RES-
CUE WOMEN will be held
Tuesday, 12:30 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Nathan Yost, 19128
Manor.
* * *

Sandra Rose Weds
Robert Schwartz

MRS. ROBERT SCHWARTZ

Sandra Gayle Rose, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Rose,
3220 Cambridge, was wed to
Robert Stephen Schwartz, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz
of Kentucky Ave., in an Aug. 11
ceremony performed by Rabbi
Hahn at the Sheraton Cadillac.
The bride's ivory peau de soie
gown had an empire bodice with
fitted cummerbund and bell-
shaped skirt falling into a
chapel length train. Folds of
peau de soie shaped into a pill
box with pearl appliques. She
wore an ivory silk illusion pouf
veil and carried stephanotis and
ivy.
Maid of honor was Carol Sue
Rose. Bridesmaids were Doro-
thy Sive, Mrs. Yale Levin and
Peggy Weiss.
Maxwell Schwartz served his
brother as best man. Ushers
were Yale Levin, Edward Meth
and Sheldon Galens.
• Following a Bermuda honey-
moon, the couple will make
their home on Greenfield Rd.

PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will hold a Child Rescue
lunch party 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. Joseph
Rodman, 18234 Woodingham.
Hostesses are Mesdames Harry
UJA Young Leadership
Brown, A. Bergman, Tom Zo-
hott, David Lichtenstein and , Conference Sept. 13-15
Joseph. Rodman. Friends are in- 1 U. S. Senator Hubert H.
Humphrey and Israel Ambassa-
vited.
dor to the United States Avra-
Mrs. J. Guterman announces ham Harman head the roster of
that the first meeting of the speakers who will address the
DAVID - HORODOKER YOUNG United Jewish Appeal's third an-
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION will nual young leadership confer-
be held Tuesday at the home of ence, Friday through Sunday,
Mrs. J. Spielberg, 6381 W. Outer Sept. 13 to15, at the new Hilton
Hotel, New York.
Drive.
Other speakers will be Rabbi
* * *
LIVONIA JEWISH CONG. Isadore Breslau of Washington,
SISTERHOOD will hold its semi- a UJA national chairman; Rabbi
annual rummage sale Sept. 13 Herbert A. Friedman, UJA exe-
at the L.J.C. Synagogue Build- cutive vice-chairman; Gottlieb
ing, 32070 W. Seven Mile, Li- Hammer, executive vice-chair-
vonia. Members and friends man, Jewish Agency for Israel,
many contribute rummage to New York, Inc.; Moses A. Lea-
either Trudy Berlin, 19483 Au- vitt, executive vice-chairman,
burndale, or Rae Siegel, both of Joint Distribution Committee,
Livonia. For information, call and Philip Soskis, executive di-
rector of the New York Asso-
ICE 24986.
ciation for New Americans.
* * *
The conference will be the
JEWISH WOMEN EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA- first since the UJA incorporat-
TION will hold a board meeting ed the young leadership program
noon Monday at the home of earlier this year into its regu-
Mrs. J. Zuckerman, 13410 Ken- lar campaign structure. The
Young Leadership Program in-
wood, Oak Park.
volves upwards of 6,500 young
* * *
business, executive and profes-
DETROIT LADIES LECHEM sional men who have been tak-
ANEEIM will meet noon Wed- ing increasingly active roles in
nesday at Beth Yehudath Syna- the various philanthropic reli-
gogue, announces President Mrs. gious, educational, health and
Vera Rom. A luncheon will be welfare programs and agencies
served without charge for mem- in their communities.
bers and guests.
* * *
PAULA STARK CLUB will
hold its annual cook-out 3 p.m.
Sunday at 24542 George Wash-
ington, Southfield. For informa-
tion, call Esther Tenszer, LI
3-4264.
KADIMAH CHAPTER, BBG,
will sponsor a car wash 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Gulf
Station at Seven Mile and
Wyoming. Tickets for the fund-
raising event may be pur-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Green- chased at the station.
berg of Miami, Fla. (formerly
of Detroit) announce the en-
Cary Grant is a great admirer
gagement of their daughter, R. of the art of the Israeli painter,
Joyce, to Airman 2nd Class C. Reuben. Art is enjoying a boom
Paul Arceneaux, son of Mr. and in Israel. There are two Israel
Mrs. Senac Arceneaux, of Gra- artist towns. Ein Hod and Safad,
mercy, La. Arceneaux is station- end every empty store in Tel
ed at Homestead AFB, Home- Aviv of late seems to be turning
stead,. Fla. ...
into an art gallery.

Mrs. Epstein, National Hadassah
Leader, to Launch Detroit Season

Mrs. Moses P. (Judith) Ep-
stein, a former national presi-
dent of Hadassah, will be the
guest speaker at the season's
opening meeting of Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah on Sept.
10 at Temple Israel.
The event will serve to pro-
ject the organization's annual
Honor Roll Campaign, "Hadas-
sah Says Yes to the Future."
Preceding the session will be
a dessert luncheonette at noon.
Preliminary to the meeting also
will be the showing of the docu-
mentary film "The Essence of It
All," depicting the life and
work among patients and staff
of the Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization, which will be run
continuously
from noon to
1:15 p.m.
Mrs. Epstein
presently is
national wills
and bequest
chairman for
Hadassah. In
addition, she
h a s accepted
the chairman.
ship of the
Department of
Information
and Public
Relations of
the American
Zionist Coun-
cil. She was
also chairman Mrs. Epstein
of the dedication of the Hadas-
sah-Hebrew University Medical
Center's Mother and Child Pa-
vilion in Israel. She has visited
the country 21 times.
Mrs. Epstein was also editor
of the Hadassah Newsletter, a
member of the World Zionist
Actions Committee, delegate to
the 25th World Zionist Congress
in Jerusalem in 1960 'and na-
tional chairman of Hadassah's
convention in 1962.
Participating in the Sept. 10
meeting will be Mesdames Har-
old - Hoffman, vice-president of
program; Jack W. Perlman and
Michael Weiss, program coordi-

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