Lynn Lewis Betrothed
to M. Kenneth Silk
Sharon Mondrow Wed
Laurel Bauman Wed
to Leonard J. Portner
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Feldman of
Onyx Dr., Southfield, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Paula Frances to Michael Allen
Sampson, son of Mrs. Emeline
Sampson of -Roselawn Ave. Miss
Feldman is a senior at Wayne
State University and her fiance, a
graduate of Wayne State Univer-
sity, is attending the Chicago Col-
lege of Osteopathy. A Dec. 23
to Howard J. Pollack
This Week's Radio and
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "Lyric: the Prophets,"
12th of a series of literary dia-
logues on the poetry of the Bible,
with Pulitzer Prize-winning poet
Mark Van Doren and author Mau-
wedding is planned.
* * *
At a recent dinner party, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Fassberg - of St.
Marys Ave. announced the engage-
ment of their daughter Judith Bev-
erly to Mark Edward Shopnick, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Shopnick
of Whitmore Rd., Oak Park.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Litman of
Washington, D.C., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Marcia
to Nathan Greene, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Greene of Kentfield
Ave. A Nov. 27 wedding is sche-
Mr. and Mrs. Max Patt of Chi-
cago announce the engagement of
their daughter Jessica Sharon to
Stanton Laurence Walker, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Walker of
Pontiac. Miss Patt will receive her
BA from the University of Michi-
gan in May. Her fiance, a graduate
of the University of Michigan, at-
tends the Wayne State University
school of law. A July wedding is
Announcement is made of the
engagement of Ba r bar a Leslie
Marsh, daughter of Mrs. David H.
Marsh of Cranbrook Dr. and the
late Dr. Marsh, to Michael Simon,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon
of Dartmouth Ave., Oak Park. A
Dec. 19 wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ellis of Hunt-
ington Rd. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Barbara
Faye to Richard M. Raisin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. James Raisin of Mo-
hawk Dr., Clarkston. A December
wedding is planned.
MRS. LEONARD PORTNER
Imperial Catering was the set-
ting for the recent marriage of
Laurel Ruth Bauman and Leonard
Jerome Portner. The bride's uncle,
Rabbi Morton A. Bauman, offi-
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Bauman, 1'7357
San Juan, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel S. Portner, 18932 Pennington.
The bride's gown of peau de-
sole had a bodice of Alencon
lace and tiny seed pearls. She
wore a matching lace pillbox
headpiece and carried Phalae-
nopsis orchids on her mother's
Myra Bauman was her sister's
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Barbara Berk, Mrs. Steven Blank
of Boston and Joyce Collens; and
the bride's sister, Harriet Bauman,
was junior bridesmaid.
Best man for his brother was
Arnold Portner. Another brother,
Bernard Portner, was an usher,
along with Neil Bauman, the
bride's brother; Alan Kogan, Ar-
nold Fink, Steven Blank of Boston
and Dr.' Marvin Portner of Ann
After a honeymoon on the East
coast, the couple will live at 16623
Local Delegation to Attend
Young Leadership Parley
Several localites will participate
in a two-day program Sept. 11-12
in Cleveland, sponsored by the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds and the young lead-
ership cabinet of the United Jewish
Among those participating will
be Harold Berry, Kaye Goodwin
New Hebrew Almanac
Available to Readers
The Wilno Kosher Sausage Co.
has just issued the 1965-66 (5726)
Hebrew Almanac, containing the
entire year's calendar in Hebrew
and in English.
Frank, Merle Harris, Alan E.
Features include Friday candle-
Luckoff, Max M. Shaye, William
lighting time, all holidays and fast
M. Wetsman, and former Detroiter
Sidey Zilber of Cleveland.
The conference will examine op-
portunities for young people to
* * *
TO DWELL TOGETHER
MRS. HOWARD POLLACK
Sharon Mondrow, daughter of
Mrs. Morris Mondrow of Stoepel
Ave. and the late Mr. Mondrow,
recently became the bride of How-
ard J. Pollack, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Pollack of Greenlawn
The ceremony was performed at
Adas Shalom Synagogue with Rab-
bi Jacob E. Segal, Cantor Hyman
Adler and Cantor Nicholas Fena-
The bride wore a Bianchi long-
sleeved gown of peau de soie. A
design of seed pearl clusters on
the lace appliques accented the
chapel train. Her bouffant silk
illusion veil was held by a Dior
bow, which was beader with the
same pearl clusters. She carried
orchids and Stephanotis on a
white Israeli prayer book pre-
sented to her by the late Presi-
dent Izhak Ben-Zvi of Israel.
Mrs. Leonard Mondrow attended
her sister-in-law as matron of hon-
or. The bridesmaids were Mrs.
Maynard Pollack of Denver; Mrs.
Arnold Mondrow, another sister-
in-law; Mrs. Stuart Pearlman and
Mrs. David Miller of Chicago. The
bride's niece and nephew, Carolyn
and Stephen Mondrow, were junior
bridesmaid and usher. The bride-
groom's twin cousins, Elizabeth
and Evey Cooper, were flower
Maynard Pollack attended his
brother as best man. The ushers
were" David Miller, Stuart Pearl-
man, Howard Friedman, and Ar-
nold Mondrow, 'brother of the
After a honeymoon trip to Mi-
ami Beach, the couple is residing
in Ann Arbor, where the bride-
groom is completing his senior
year at the University of Michigan
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK and Channel 2.
Feature: "How Would You An-
swer Julie?" is asked of Rabbi M.
Robert Syme and college students
Douglas Miller of the University of
Michigan and Sharon Burg and
Phyllis Waller of Wayne State
University, in a discussion of inter-
marriage and inter-dating. The
discussion will be prefaced by a
socio-drama depicting this issue
and portrayed by Joseph Cash,
Ruth Seligson, Andre a Shapiro
and Joyce Strassner of the Center
Theater, under the direction of
Evelyn Orbach and assisted by
days, permissable wedding dates,
important prayers in English and
Hebrew, and the American and Is-
raeli national anthems.
give meaningful assistance in their
This almanac is available to our
home communities and overseas.
SHAW-FARBER — Ellen Joy
readers at the Jewish News Of- Farber became the bride of Mi-
fice, 17100 W. Seven Mile, at no chael Shaw in a candlelight cere-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, August 27, 1965
mony at Temple Israel Aug. 22.-
The newlyweds' parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Farber of Lake
Ravines Dr., Southfield, and Mr.
and Mrs. Irwin Shaw of Heyden
Ave. The bride chose a floor-length
gown of bouquet taffeta and peau
d'ange lace, and carried a bouquet
of white orchids and Stephanotis.
P CIALS GC)C)D WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
Following a wedding trip to Mon-
treal the newlyweds will make
their home on Northlawn Ave.
* * *
Irving A. Smokier
was regrettably omitted from the
list of ushers in the announcement
of the marriage of Linda Kasle
Jones to Edward Lewis Morse.
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Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lewis of
Louisville, Ky. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Lynn
Carol to Kenneth Silk, son of Mrs.
Al Silk of Lauder Ave. and the
late Mr. Silk.
Miss Lewis attends the Univer-
sity of Michigan, where her fiance
attends medical school. A Decem-
ber wedding is planned.
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