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May 28, 1965 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-28

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Ellen Schwartz Tired
to Jeoffrey K. Stross

activities in Society

Friday, May 28, 1965-25

Manufacturers Bank
Launches 'Project
MARS' System



Manufacturers National Bank of

Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Cohen, 18715 Kentucky Ave., will spend Detroit has taken another giant
Memorial Day week-end in New York, where they will attend the stride in its orderly progress
graduation exercises of their daughter, Judith Faye. Miss Cohen will towards achieving a total manage-
and his orchestra ,
receive the degree of master in social work from Columbia Univer-
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information system with in-
sity. There, she was a member of the honors program of the school stallation of electronic equipment
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of social work, and was the recipient of National Mental Health Schol- that provides answers to teller in-
arships for her two years of graduate work. She received her BA
Custom Picture Framing
degree from the University of Michigan, where she was elected to quiries.
Art Classes
An IBM 7770 audio response
the Phi Kappa and Phi Beta Kappa societies. Mr. and Mrs. Cohen unit will be tied to Touch-Tone
will honor their daughter with a reception at home 8:30 p.m. June telephones in the main office and
12. Upon her return to New York, Judith will be associated with the 63 branches. "The new system will
Jewish Family Service of New York City.
provide more than 600 bank tell-
Conveniently Located
Rabbi Manfred Pick, principal of Akiva Hebrew Day School, is ers, officers and clerks with fin-
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participating in the 10th annual convention of the National Confer- gertip access to complete customer
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ence of Yeshiva principals, at the Empire Hotel, Ferndale, N. Y., records in the checking, instal-
this weekend. At the meeting's conclusion, he will join delegates from ment loan and mortgage depart-
over 300 Hebrew day schools throughout the United States and Canada ments."
at the annual convention of the National Association of Hebrew Day
The new banking service has
School PTAS. Akiva PTA representative Mrs. Charles Snow also will been given the space age name of
Only Women's Reduc-
be present, as will Mrs. Joseph Hendler, president of Yeshivath Beth "Project MARS," an acronym
ing Resort in the
Yehudah PTA. The convention, "Guideposts to Fuller Achievement in standing for Manufacturers Audio
Group Rates Upon Request
Ellen Nora Schwartz became the the Home and in the Community," will be held at the Hotel New Response System. It is one of the
Michigan City, Indiana
bride of Jeoffrey Knight Stross in Yorker Sunday through Monday.
first systems to be installed any-
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a ceremony Sunday evening at
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Katz of Haifa are visiting their children, where in the country.
Temple Beth El. Dr. Richard Hertz Mr. and Mrs. Uri Katz; and their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
officiated. A reception at the Mrs. Irving I. Katz of Santa Rosa Dr. Benjamin Katz is chief engineer
Hove Your Family Portrait • Wedding
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel followed. of the Alliance Tire and Rubber Co. in Hadera, Israel, Uri Katz is in
Tastefully Photographed by
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The couple's parents are Dr. and Detroit as a student, studying at Wayne State University, and his
Mrs. Oscar David Schwartz, 19538 wife is an exchange teacher.
Roslyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Iota Alpha Pi Nu Sorority recently held its 28th annual Mother-
Knight Stross, 19541 Cranbrook.
Daughter Banquet at Raleigh House. Newly-lceeted officers are Elaine
The gown was of English net Galinsky, chancellor; Barbara Gradis and Helene Abrams, vice chan-
with garlands of hand-combed cellors; Rosalie Jacobs and Joyce Rosenthal, scribes and Doris Ber-
Alencon lace appliqued on the stein, bursar. Misses Gradis and Jacobs received awards for being most
rounded neckline. It had short active pledges in the class; and Miss Galinsky the cup for being most
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sleeves, Empire bodice and a active in the sorority.
dome - shaped, floor - length skirt.
Pledges in the spring class of Phi Sigma Sorority at Wayne State
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The chapel-length, de t a ch abl e University are Marsha Gutov, Shirley Kunin, Suzi Rycus and Patty
train was bordered in appliques Sokoloff. Sorority officers for the coming year are Susie Benson, pres-
of matching lace. The bride's fit- ident; Marallyn Pasikov and Cheryl Asner, vice presidents; Marsha
ted cap was attached to a pouf Kohn, treasurer; and Arlene Levine and Karen Shanfield, secretaries.
veil of silk illusion. She carried a
Mrs. David Kruger entertained at a Lag b'Omer luncheon in her
spray of ivy and Stephanotis on home on Northgate Blvd. Among the guests were her mother, Mrs.
her confirmation Bible.
Oscar Wolfe, mother-in-law, Mrs. Lew Kruger and her aunts.
Mrs. Seymour Roberts, the
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seligson and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seedberg,
bridegroom's sister, was matron of
are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversaries, recently were
honor. Best man was Seymour
Roberts. Ushers were Eugene Eis- honored with a dinner party, sponsored by the Yiddish Folks Farein.
ner, Alan Burstein, Richard Rob- The joint affair was attended by the couples' families and Yiddish
bins, Dr. Richard Litt, Bruce Folks members. Arrangements were made by Mary Brazner and her
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Sap erst e in.
After a honeymoon in Bermuda Israel during which they met President Zalman Shazar, Prime Minister
and New York City, the couple Levi Eshkol and others, were honored by the Detroit Farband City
will live at 1005 Island Drive Ct., Committee and executive board members Thursday at a "kabbolas
ponim" reception.
Ann Arbor.
Among the Detroiters present for the annual convention of the
National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs at the Concord Hotel,
Officers, Trustees Named Kimesha
Lake, N.Y., were four elected to the national board of direc-
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at Birmingham Temple tors: Dr. Davis A. Benson, Abe Katzman, Saul Waldman and I. Murray
New officers and trustees of Jacobs. Others at the convention, of which Abraham Satovsky was
Birmingham Temple will be offi- chairman, were Dr. Albert Altman, Leonard E. Baron, Max Borin,
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cially installed 8:30 p.m. today at Bernard Breyer, Allen A. Gharlip, Edward Fleischman, Martin Jacob,
Robert Steinberg, Irving Lyons and James B. Satovsky. Wives also
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They are William Wizner, presi- were in attendance. Shaarey Zedek's club received a plaque for the
dent; Merrill Miller and Harold "best all-around program."
Gottlieb, vice presidents; Mrs.
Mrs. Emma Schaver of Detroit will offer musical selections during
Sam Golding, secretary, and Gil- commencement exercises for the Jewish Teachers Seminary and
bert Franklin, treasurer.
People's University June 16 at Carnegie Hall, New York City.
New trustees are Sid Berkowitz,
Marshall Davis, Harold Fineman,
Hank Gluckman, Dan Goldenberg,
Jack Menenberg, Irving Rozian
and Harold Sader.
DETROIT POST and AUX- Schnipper and Cantor Hyman
ILIARY 135 installed officers at Adler will officiate.
Later that day, at 1:30, Rosen-
a joint meeting Thursday. For the
post they are Louis A. Benton, wald Post will conduct the serv-
commander; Morris Simon and ices at Hebrew Memorial Park.
David Freedman, vice command- (All participating veterans will
ers; Maurice Green, quartermas- meet for breakfast, 10 a.m• Sun-
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Veterans Schedule
Memorial Day

Detroit's Jewish veterans will
pay tribute to the war dead at
Memorial Day services this week-
end. Rosenwald Post, American
Legion, has scheduled a number
of activities, according to public
relations officer Joseph Shapiro.
A pre-Memorial Day service
will be held 9 a.m. Saturday at
Adas Shalom Synagogue.

The following morning, there
will be a joint Memorial Day
service with the Jewish War
Veterans, Department of Michi-
gan, 11:30 a.m. at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi A. Irving

Michigan JWY
to Hold Conclave
Here Next Month

The Department of Michigan,
Jewish War Veterans, and its
Ladies Auxiliary will hold their
annual state convention at the
Labor Zionist Institute, June 12
and 13, according to Commander
John Litzky and President Mrs.
Jack Iden.
Harry L. Friedman, past depart-
ment commander, and Mrs. Sam
Skupsky are co-convention chair-
men for the 24th annual conclave.
On June 12, services at Beth
Moses Synagogue will open the
convention weekend.
A banquet honoring Commander
Litzky will take place 6:30 p.m.
June 13 at the Sheraton-Cadillac

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