Sue Zoss Married
to Bruce D. Abrams
to Head S.E.C.
Elias Elkan Ries, an Ameri-
can Jewish inventor, was a pion-
eer in the field of electrical
power transmission. The holder
of more than 200 patents in the
electrical field, he developed the
original converter for alternating
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi,
WASHINGTON — P r es id e nt
SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTI-
will hold its luncheon garden party TUTE WOMEN'S DIVISION will
Johnson has named Manuel F.
noon Wednesday at the home of hold a games night 8:30 p.m. Sat-
Cohen chairman of the Securities
Mrs. Pearl Gold Hoffman. 18225 urday at the Institute. Refresh-
and Exchange Commission. He is
Santa Rosa, it was announced by ments will be served by Mesdames
expected to assume duties in
Mrs. Morris Lachover, president. Ann Tobocman, Rachel Gorenbein
Social chairman Mrs. Harry and Anna Goldfarb. Guests invited.
Cohen, 52, has been a member
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Fridenberg will be assisted by
of the five-man board since 1961,
Mesdames Esther Sachs, Rose
BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi,
when he was appointed by Presi-
Bielewich and Morris Finkelstein. will meet at 8:30 p.m. July 24 at
dent Kennedy. He is known for
Proceeds will go towards the sup- the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Trinkets and Treasures
his consistent support of tighter
port and maintenance of the Eisenberg, 14261 W. 10 Mile, Oak
control over securities sold to the
Mizrachi Homes in Israel. Guests Park. The poetry of Chaim N. Bia-
invited. In case of rain, the picnic lik will be discussed along with
A native of Brooklyn, Cohen
will be held indoors at the same works of Japanese poets.
FOR EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
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was the son of a candy-store owner.
He has been employed by the com-
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NORTHWEST N'SHEI CHABAD
mission for over 20 years, having
Recently installed officers of STUDY GROUP will meet Satur-
practiced law in New York before
day at the home of Mrs. E. Fried-
the Infant's Serv-
becoming assistant attorney at the
MRS. BRUCE ABRAMS
ice Group in-
man, 17390 Indiana. Guest speak-
er will be Rabbi Friedman.
Sue Zoss, daughter of Mr. and
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By 1952, he had worked his way
Louis Ma lki n,
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women, Mrs. Samuel H. Zoss of Youngs- up to chief counsel of the division
will hold a picnic 10 a.m. Wednes- town, 0., recently became the bride of corporation finance, became an
day at Palmer Park. Guests are in- of Bruce David Abrams, son of adviser to the commission and was
Baker and Harry
bloCks, North of, Lodge Expressway
vited, according to club chairman Mrs. Nathan Abrams of Lakepointe named director of the division of
Open Thursday 'til 9 p.m.
corporation finance in 1960.
Blanch Rose. Entertainment is Ave., Grosse Pointe Park.
Dr. Sidney Berkowitz officiated
at the ceremony held at Rodef
Sam Katz, case
Only GOOD PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS
United Hebrew Schools, Women's Sholom Temple in Youngstown.
chairmen; Irving Mrs. Malkin
CAN KEEP YOUR JOY . . . FOREVER!
Rosenberg, treasurer; and William Auxiliary, has reelected Mrs. Elbert
The bride wore a silk organza
Valensky, Albert Kaplan and Gil- Diamond president. Other elected gown appliqued in Swiss em-
Call Today For
officers are Mesdames Herman
broidery. A matching rose held
bert Borenstein, secretaries.
Fishman, Isadore Goren and Ger- her illusion veil, and she carried
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a cascade of lilies, Stephanotis
'til 5:30 p.m.
D I E
DETROIT LADIES A U X I L- trude Hyams,
IARY, American Medical Center at
Judy Zoss served her sister as
Denver, will meet noon Tuesday Meyer Charlip,
19492 LIVERNO IS
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
at the Jewish Center, announces David A. Epst-
North of Outer Drive
Mrs. Leonard Knell of Shaker
Mrs. Paul Shapiro, president. A re-
Heights, 0., and Judith Reitman of
port on the lawn party will be
Bayside, N.Y.; and Nancy Sue Zack,
given, and a hand-made shawl Seiton, secretar-
was junior bridesmaid.
will be awarded.
William Zack was his brother-
er; Sam Stewart,
in-law's best man. Ushers were
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT auditor; and
CLUB will hold a child rescue Charles A. Smith, Mrs. Diamond
Dr. Edward Alpert and Michael
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at parliamentarian. On the board of Hirsh, both of Ann Arbor.
the home of Mrs. May Shapiro, directors
The couple will reside in Ann
20567 Stahelin, according to chair-
Mesdames Morris H. Averbuch, Arbor, where the bridegroom is
man Mrs. Rose Belinsky. Hostesses Maxwell B. Bardenstein, Max Dush- finishing his studies at the Uni-
are Mesdames Mollie Green, May kin, Irving Dworkin, Leonard Fdel- versity of Michigan Medical
man, Mitchell Feldman, Samuel Feld-
Shapiro, Tillie Lichtenstein, Rose stein, Meyer Finkel, Lawrence Gold- School.
Belinsky, Fannie Stein, Rose Aaron berg, Morris Halperin, Nicholas Lazar,
Norman Leeman, M. Ben Lewis, A. I.
and Sarah Liptzen. For tickets, call Morrison,
Harry Oberstein, Julius
Mrs. Belinsky, LI 5-5978.
Rosen, Herman Roth, Bert Smokier,
Irving Solomon, Nathan Spevakow,
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Meyer Stewart, Henry Strub, Charles
Milton Winston, Samson Wit-
HEBREW LADIES AID Weiner,
terberg, and Joseph Zuckerman. Hon-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tuler of
SOCIETY will hold its annual orary board members are: Mes-
picnic Aug. 4 in Palmer Park. dames Irving Arlin, Jacob Axelrod, Chicago announce the engagement
Albert Carnick, Albert Mazer, Morris
Refreshments will be served. Pro- Fishman, Louis Gelfand, Max Hay- of their daughter Gail Renee to
ceeds will go to underprivileged man, Bernard Isaacs, Morris Krause, Eugene Frederic Friedman, son of
Alexander Moss, George Orley, Irving
children. Mrs. Max Brumer was Palman,
Charles Robinson, Irving Rog- Dr. and Mrs. I. Harold Friedman
recently installed president of the ovien, Reubin Saywitz, Charles A. of Sherbourne Rd. Miss Tuler is a
Smith, A. B. Stralser, Jack Tobin, and graduate of the University of Illi-
Louis J. Tobin.
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nois, where she attends graduate
school. Her fiance, who graduated
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
from Tulane University, is a doct-
Women, will give a Kennedy Mem-
oral candidate at the University of
orial luncheon July 28 at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Former member
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Frankie Naggar, visiting from
Mr. and Mrs. Burton I. Gross-
Israel, will be guest speaker. Pro-
man of Jacksonville, Fla., an-
ceeds from the luncheon will go
Mrs. Theodore Bargman and Mrs. nounce the engagement of their
to the Kennedy Memorial. Fund.
Max Stollman will be cohostesses daughter Ellen to Norman H.
at a garden party at the Stollman Freedman, son of Mrs. Michael
summer home, 2675 Lake Angelus Freedman o f Brooklyn. Miss
Rd., 12:30 p.m. Thursday. It will Grossman, granddaughter of Mrs.
be the semi-annual meeting of the Charles Smith of Detroit, is a
Detroit Chapter of the Women's graduate of the University of Mich-
Division of Bar-Ilan University in igan, where she was affiliated with
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Her
The guest speaker will be Dr. fiance is a graduate in architect-
Exclusive styles with distinction,
Morris Adler, whose topic will ure of Pratt Institute and also at-
beauty and quality. Visit our display
room and pick your ideal dinette
be "Is There a Future for Our tended City College of New York.
set from such famous names as:
Past?" Paintings will be on dis- He is vice president of Florida Bnai
DAYSTROM • HOLIBIRD
Brith and past president of the
DUCHESS and Others
Reports on activities of the Jacksonville Bnai Brith chapter,
American Women for Bar-Ilan Uni- Mr. Freedman and Miss Grossman
versity locally and nationally will are planning an August wedding.
be presented, in addition to reports
on developments of the American-
patterned University in Israel and Minneapolis Day School
the plans for the next academic Acquires New Building
Cool, little coverall of stretchy nylon
MINNEAPOLIS (JTA) — The
A dessert luncheon will be Torah Academy of Minneapolis,
and cotton terry with dotted sash.
served. Guests invited.
the only Hebrew all-day school in
White, pink and aqua. S.M.L.
A bus will leave for the cottage the area, took possession of a
at Lake Angelus at 11 a.m., from building in suburban Golden Val-
Reg. Price $133.90
17596 Wyoming. To arrange for ley as a new home.
participation in this trip call DI
The six-year-old building oc-
cupies a site of more than three
Bar-Ilan Women are planning a acres overlooking a lake.
concert, Oct. 4, at Masonic Tem-
It will involve an outlay of
$200,000, and plans are being form-
ulated for a campaign to raise the
95 1 chair for
Michigan was the first state to required funds. The 20-year-old day
have a group of counties named school has 72 pupils and expects
after a president and his entire to have 84 for the next academic
cabinet, namely Barry, Eaton, Ing- year. The new building will ex-
ham, Livingston, Van Buren, Cal- pand the pupil capacity of the
Telegraph at Maple
9 Mile at Coolidge
houn, Berrien, Cass and Branch, school to 130.
13214 FENKELL 272-3578
Bet. Meyers & Schaefer
all of which designated in honor
Open: Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat. to 6;
Open Friday Eve.
of the cabinet of President Jack- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Open Thurs., Fri., Sat. Eve.
Mon., Fri. to 8:30
Friday, July 17, 1964
Garden Party of
$ 11039 °