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April 16, 1965 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-16

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Shulamith Gruskin, Rabbi Y. Zuckerman
Married in Traditional Orthodox Ceremony

In a traditional Orthodox wed-
ding April 6, Shulamith Gruskin
was married to Rabbi Yehoshua
Zuckerman at the Light Guard
Armory.
The bride is the daughter of
Rabbi and Mrs. Solomon Gruskin
of Kenosha Ave., Oak Park; her
husband the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Meshulem Zuckerman of Brooklyn.
Among those officiating at the out-
door ceremony were Rabbis A. H.
Leibowitz, dean of the Rabbinical
Seminary of America in Israel,
and C. P. Scheinberg, dean of the
Brooklyn Yeshivath Torah Ore,
which next week will transfer its
entire operations to Israel.
The couple plans to live in
where Rabbi Zuckerman
id the Brisker Kollel Tal-
eminary.
900 guests were present for

i

the ceremony and dinner, at which
men ate and danced separately
from the women. The latter were
requested to wear modest attire
and hats at all times, in accord-
ance with the Shulhan Aruch, Code
of Jewish Law.
The ceremony followed a re-
ception, called "kabbolas po-
nim," in the bridegroom's room
and another in the bride's room;
Maariv prayers; and, finally the
"veiling" ceremony, when the
bridegroom saw his bride for the
first time in a week.
Conducted under the canopy
from the old Bnai Zion Synagogue,
the ceremony began after the stars
first appeared in the sky, another
tradition.
Accompanying the bride to the
canopy were her parents and im
mediate family. Beside his family,
the bridegroom was escorted by
fellow students from the Lake-
wood Yeshiva, where he was a
student in Brooklyn.
The bride, in an A-line gown of
rose-pattern brocade with a high
neck and long sleeves, wore the
Orthodox "shetl" or wig. A pillbox
of matching material held her cir-
cular silk organza veil, which hid
her face from guests until after
the ceremony. She carried a bou-
quet of roses and Stephanotis. Her
bridegroom wore a long, white
robe (kitel), similar to a shroud,
as a traditional reminder that man
is mortal and that all sins are for-
given on his wedding day.
The couple retired to a private
room before joining the guests at
dinner which had been personally
supervised in its preparations by
the bride's parents. Although al-
coholic beverages are not to be
served in the armory, special per-
mission was granted by the state
attorney general to serve sacra-
mental wine. According to ritual,
all present washed their hands at
specially arranged tables and said
a benediction before dining.
To assure that all fdods were
prepared in accordance with the
laws of kashruth, the bride's par-
ents had imported some of the
provisions. In kashering the uten-

been under the leadership of Al-
fred A. Kiunover, Saul Gordon and
Jack Pearlman. It Is the only boy
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel 7 p.m. scout troop in the nation that has
April 25.
been sponsored by its own alumni.
For information and reserva-
Edward I. Schlussel, chairman,
advises that the program theme tions, call Edward Schlussel, 342-
will be "Old Detroit Night," and 5116 or DI 1-8168.
that entertainment will be furn-
is•ed by international comedian A OK Coffee for Pesach

-

Frankie Rapp, Irene Ray from
Las Vegas and the Whittier Gold-
cup Room Orchestra..

MISS JOANNE ROBINSON

The Stoliner Hassidic Orchestra
from Williamsburg, N.Y., provided
the entertainment, featuring re-
cording artist Yom Tov Ehrlich.
Hassidic dancer Yudel Ackerman
also came from New York.
Seven benedictions were recited
in the couple's honor, and accord-
ing to tradition, the prayers were
repeated each night for seven
nights at celebrations held at the
Bnai Zion Synagogue.

Mrs. Shirley Robinson of Apple-
ton Ave. announces the engage-
ment of her daughter Joanne to
William Louis Kristal, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kristal of Ridge-
dale Ave., Oak Park. Miss Robinson
is the daughter of the late Mr.
Phillip Robinson. Her fiance is a
senior at Wayne State University.
The couple is planning a June
22 wedding.

Welfare Federation iVo men's Division to Elect
Officers at Its Annual Meeting on June, 1

Brevities

The MASQUE THEATER presents
its next production, "THE DEADLY
GAME", by James Yaffe. It will
play through May 29. -

-* * *
Sales of new individual life in-
surance by the DETROIT GOLD
AGENCY of the Massachusetts Mu-
tual Life Insurance Co. during
March amounted to $1,807,715 and

ranked the local agency 11th among
the company's 119 general agencies
for the month in production of
individual life insurance.
* * *
A BOOK FAIR featuring all types
of book s, including collectors'

items to be auctioned off, will be
held by Theta Sigma Phi women's
journalism fraternity 10 a.m. to
9 p.m. Tuesday at the Detroit Press
Club. Proceeds will go toward a
journalism scholarship for a uni-
versity coed.
* * *
The DETROIT-GOLD AGENCY,

Business Briefs

three year terms, the committee
named Mesdames N. Brewster
Broder, Morris H. Brown, Lewis S.
Grossman, I. Jerome Hauser, Max
L. Lichter, Arthur H. Rice and Mil-
ton L. Sorock.
New nominees for the three year
term are Mesdames William L.
Deutsch, Harry Frank, Hugh W.
Greenberg, Edward Narens, David
Pollack, J. Hudson Rosenthal, Bert
Smokier, Charles Snider and Mil-
ton A. Weiss.
Nominated to fill an unexpired
term of one year is Mrs. Harry
L. Jackson.
By virtue of a provision in the
bylaws, Article IV, Section 1-b,
the following are nominated for an
additional three year term to the
advisory service council of the
board: Mesdames Hymen C. Brod-
er, Lewis B. Daniels, Max Frank,
Abraham Srere and Leonard H.
Weiner.
New nominees for the three year
term are Mesdames Ivor J. Kahn,
Julian H. Krolik and Alexander
W. Sanders.
Mrs. Jones has been renomin-
ated for the president's office for
an additional term. Other officers;
re-nominated were Mesdames Lew-
is S. Grossman, Harold A. Robin-
son and Isadore Winkelman, vice-
presidents; and Mrs. N. Brewster
Broder, recording secretary. Mrs.
I. Jerome Hauser was newly nom-
inated for vice-president. She is
1965 chairman of the Women's Di-
vision Allied Jewish Campaign.
Mrs. Melvin Kolbert was nominat-
ed for corresponding secretary.
Nominated as - representatives to
the board of governors of the Fed-
eration for a term of one year
were Mrs. Benjamin Jones and
Mrs. Phillip R. Marcuse.
Members of the nominating com-
mittee are Mesdames Sanders,
Robert Alpern, N. Brewster Brod-
er, Arnold E. Frank, Lewis H. Man-
ning, Harold A. Robinson and Max
Stollman.
Additional nominations may be

made by petition, signed by 25
members and submitted at least

one week in advance of the annual
meeting, provided nominees have
consented to serve if nominated.

Vice President HUBERT H.
HUMPHREY will address the clos-
ing general session on May 28 01
the 92nd annual forum of the Na
tional Conference on Social Wel•
fare in Atlantic City, N.J. His talk
will concern "Social Change
Through the Legislative and Ad-
ministrative Process." NCSW Presi-
dent SOL MORTON ISAAC, Colum-
bus attorney and civic leader, will
group of celebrated musicians in a open the Forum on Sunday night,
single concert at Masonic Audi- May 23, speaking on "Law and

torium.

ni and for more than 35 years has

Hannah Schloss Old Timers, an-
nounces the organization will hold
its 10th annual dinner-dance at

At the dinner, there were two
tables set aside for the poor. The
custom, rarely followed today,
is called "oremeh leits tisch,"
or the Poor Man's Table. At each
place setting was a charity box,
and funds thus collected were
turned over—in the name of the
newlyweds — to the respective
philanthropies.

The annual meeting of the Wom-
en's Division of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation will be held June
1, at the Jewish Center, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Benjamin Jones,
division president. Members of the
board of directors and officers of
the division will be elected at that
time.
A proposal slate of board mem-
bers and officers has been selected
by the nominating committee, un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs. Al-
exander Sanders. For re-election
to the board for an additional

Hannah Schloss Old Timers to Mark
10th Anniversary at Dinner-Dance

Mike Green, president of the

sils and over 7,000 pieces of silver-
ware, Rabbi Gruskin performed the
ceremony of "toivel," or immer-
sion, of the items in the mikvah,
ritual bath. Even the U.S. Army
co-operated, providing a flame
thrower to kasher the kitchen and
planing down all wooden tables for
preparation of meals. Mrs. Grus-
kin spent three days supervising
the cooking operations.

Massachusetts Mutual Life In-
surance Co., placed sixth among
the company's 119 general agencies
in the sale of individual life in-
surance sales for that period total-
By Sid Shmarak
ing $6,757,460.
• * *
GEORGE OHRESTEIN, certi-
fied master watchmaker and
SVIATOSLAV RICHTER, the al-
jeweler, 18963 Liverois, has been most legendary Soviet pianist, will
appointed official Omega and Tis- include a concert in Detroit on his
sot Technical Center of Michigan, itinerary when he makes his
and will honor all international second North American tour this
guarantees on watch es purchased year, it was announced by Masonic
out of the country. Also a mem- Auditorium's General Manager, C.
ber of the World Service Organiza- W. Van Lopik. Ranked by critics
tion for Omega and Tissot, he offers and his fellow musicians as one of
perfect after - sales service with the handful of top-flight musicians
original Omega and Tissot replace- in the world today, Richter will
ment parts and watch attachments. appear in a single performance at
Masonic Auditorium on May 7.
*
*
If you don't know what to do
at your next club meeting, call the
Maestro EUGENE ORMANDY,
Michigan Cancer Foundation, TE marking his 29th year as conductor
3-0710 (or any of its community of the famed Philadelphia Orches-
offices), for help. Films, speakers, tra, will make his annual Detroit
visit on May 5, when he leads the
tours! All are available.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, April 16, 1965

Miss Joanne Robinson,
Mr. Kristal to Marry

Social Welfare."

At Passover, and all year through,

guests feel truly "at home" with
Maxwell House coffee, a blend
that's welcome at any seder meal.

Membership of the Hannah
Schloss Old Timers is composed
of those who participated in ac-
tivities in the Hannah Schloss
Building, forerunner of the
Jewish Center, from 1900 to
1912. The building was then on

The late Olympic discus cham-
pion, Lillian Copeland, was a
triple gold medalist in the 1935

World Maccabiah Games. She won
the discus, javelin and shot.

E. High Street, now V ernor
Highway, between Hastings and
St. Antoine Sts.

Boy Scout Troop 23, organized
at the Hannah Schloss Building
in 1911, is sponsored by its alum-

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