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September 10, 1965 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-10

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Wedding Bells Ringing for Local Brides

Rabbi Marries
Convert Despite
Sect's Opposition

JERUSALEM—Despite the op-
position of the Beth Din (rabbini-

MRS MORTON ESKIN

MRS. MICHAEL WEISENFELD

Morton Harvey Eskin took Bar-
bara Jean Pelavin as his bride in
an evening ceremony at Cong. Bnai
Moshe. Rabbis Moses Lehrman and
Herbert Eskin and Cantor Simon
Bermanis officiated.
A Montreal and Laurentians
honeymoon followed the ceremony
and reception.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pelavin of
Wildwood Ave., Oak Park, and the
Harry Eskins of Lauder Ave. are
parents of the couple.
The bride was gowned in peau de
soie with an imported lace bodice
and train. She wore a mantilla of
matching lace, and carried an or-
chid and Stephanotis on her con-
firmation Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Jerry
Eskin, and maid of honor was
Carol Greenfield. Dena Jaffe, Mrs.
Irving Miller and Mrs. Herbert
Freedland were bridesmaids, and
Sharon Standler of Pittsburgh was
junior bridesmaid.
The bride's brother, Jerry Eskin
of Windsor, was best man. Ushers
were Jules Laser of Chicago, Nor-
man Steel, Edward Pelavin and Dr.
Donald Borsand. Ronald Pelavin
was junior usher. Paula Rosenthal
and Stevie Eskin served as flower
girl and ring bearer, respectively.
The newlyweds will be residing
on W. 13 Mile Rd., Royal Oak.
* * *

Dr. Michael David Weisenfeld
took Susan Beth Dovitz as his bride
in a noon ceremony Sunday at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Rabbi Mor-
ris Adler officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Dovitz
of Fairfield Ave. Her husband is
the son of Mrs. Leah Weisenfeld
of Dante Ave., Oak Park, and the
late Mr. Meyer Weisenfeld.

MRS. GARY ROSENBLATT

Raleigh House was the setting
for the recent marriage of Ethel
Rhoda Mandell, daughter of Mrs.
Leo A. Mandell of James St., Oak
Park, and the late Mr. Mandell, to
Dr. Gary Richard Rosenblatt, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rosenblatt
of Marlowe Ave.
The bride wore a sheath gown
of peau de soie fashioned with a
A floor-length gown of peau Watteau train of ecru Alencon
de soie, accented with re-
lace. Her veil was held in place
embroidered appliques of Alen-
with a beaded pill box. She car-
con lace, was chosen by the
ried white Stephanotis in the pages
bride for her wedding day. She
of her consecration Bible. The
wore a bouffant veil attached to
bride was given in marriage by
a pearl and lace crown.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Mur- her brother, Stephen R. Mandell.
Attending the bride was Mrs.
ray Kling, the bridegroom's sister.
Stephen
R. Mandell, matron of
Dr. Murray Kling was best man,
honor. The bridesmaids were
and ushers were Paul Weisenfeld
and Robert Dovitz, brothers of Susan Rosenblatt, Mrs. Kenneth
Lynn and Mrs. Howard Stone.
the couple.
Best man was Howard Stone,
Following a honeymoon in To-
ronto, the newlyweds will live and ushers were Lawrence Edel-
on West Farnum Ave., Royal Oak. heit, Gary Berger and Dr. Michael
* * *
Meskin.
Following Dr. Rosenblatt's Army
training in San Antonio, the
couple will reside in Seoul, for one
year

*

*

*

cal court) of the ultra-Orthodox
Naturei Karta here, Rabbi Amram
Blau, the community's 72-year-old
leader, married a 45-year-old con-
vert to Judaism Sept. 3.
Rabbi Blau took Ruth Ben-
David, a French-born divorcee as
his bride. She had given up
Roman Catholicism 15 years ago
but the Beth Din objected to her
convert status and the couple's
age difference.
The wedding took place in Bnai
Brak, where Rabbi Blau had
moved to be outside the court's
jurisdiction. More than 200 at-
tended, and although the wedding
MRS. MELVIN KAFTAN
was performed secretly after mid-
Carole Sue Logan became the night to avoid publicity, after-
bride of Melvin M. Kaftan recently noon newspapers devoted head-
at Temple Israel.
lines to the event.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Kogan of Ohio
FOR THE BEST IN
Ave.; the bridegroom's parents are
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kaftan of Lin-
coln Rd., Oak Park.
The bride wore a Bianchi sheath
And His Orchestra
of peau de soie fashioned with a
DI 1-1609
detachable chapel-length train.
Alencon lace accented with seed
pearls graced the fitted bodice
and skirt. She wore a headpiece of
TRADITION! TRADITION!
matching Alencon lace.
Mrs. Sheldon Kaftan was ma-

SAM EMMER

SID and
NAOMI SIEGEL

tron of honor, and Barbara Ab-
ramson maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Sharon Berman, Su-
san Roth and Sharon Pierce.

Dr. Sheldon Kaftan served his
brother as best man. Ushers, were
Alan Kogan, brother of the bride,
Neil Fink, Gerald Borsand, Jerald
Gottlieb, David Gold, William
Olenshansky and Alan Zager.
After a honeymoon in Bermuda,
the couple will reside in Oak Park.

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MRS. MICHAEL

MRS. CARL RISEMAN

Beth Aaron Synagogue was the
setting for the recent marriage of
Beth Mariam Weingarden of Carl
M. Riseman. Parents of the couple
are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weingarden
of Marlowe Ave. and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Riseman of Northlawn Ave.

The bride wore a silk organza
gown with a fitted Alencon lace
bodice and a matching veil with
crown of the same lace.

SAYWITZ

In a candlelight ceremony at
Beth Aaron Synagogue, Judy Ann
Utley and Michael Stewart Saywitz
were united in marriage.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. William Utley of Tracey
Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Say-
witz of Chicago.
Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick and
Cantor Shabtai Ackerman offi-

ciated.

The bride wore a peau de soie,
princess-style gown with an at-
tached chapel-length train. The
Sabrina neckline and short sleeves
were of hand-corded Alencon lace.
Her open pill-box of peau de soie
and matching lace held the shoul-
der-length pouf veil of silk illu-
sion. She carried orchids and Ste-
phanotis on her confirmation Bible.

Sandra Utley was her sister's
maid of honor, while Mrs. Her-
bert Saywitz of Miller Beach,
hid., served as matron of honor.
Bridesmaids included Sharon
Gould, Judy Markowitz, Marilyn
Shifman and Mrs. Harvey Ber-
man. Karen Saywitz of Miller
Beach served as junior brides-
maid, and Anne Saywitz as flow-
er girl.

Matron of honor was Mrs. Earl
Mandel, sister of the bridegroom,
and the best man was Edward
Gallagher of Lorain, 0. Others in
the bridal party were bridesmaids
Deborah Gussin, Paula Siegel,
Dianne Stocker and Barbara Towl-
en and ushers Patrick Barnes, Jay
Franklin, Earl Mandel and Donald
Weis s. Junior bridesmaid was
Best man for his brother was
Marcy Weingarden, sister of the Herbert Saywitz. Ushers included
Gary Moss, Paul Freeman, Harold
bride.
Following a Mexico honeymoon, Margolis and Steven Gold and
the couple will reside on Green- Phillip Berg, both of New York.
Mitchell Saywitz of Miller Beach
field Rd.
was ring bearer.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
After a honeymoon in Hawaii,
the couple will reside in Chicago.
18—Friday, September 10, 1965

MRS. JEROME FRANKEL

The home of the Edward M.
Waxmans on Renfrew Rd. was the
setting for the recent marriage of
their daughter Susan Ann to Je-
rome Henry Frankel, son of Mrs.
Isadore Frankel of Kinross Rd.,
Birmingham, - and the late Mr.
Frankel.
The bride wore a Chantilly lace
gown and heirloom mantilla. Her
sister, Mrs. Joel J. Silberg, was
matron of honor. Dr. Maurice
Frankel, brother of the bride-
groom, was best man.
Chicago will be the home of the
newlyweds.

Marriages

WHYMAN - PERLMAN: Barbara
Elayne Perlman became the bride
of Andrew Whyman in a recent
afternoon ceremony at Temple Is-
rael. Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice M. Perlman of
Greenlawn Ave. and Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Whyman of Roslyn
Heights, L. I. The bride chose a
ballerina-length gown of satin bro-
cade and carried a cluster of
Stephanotis and ivy on her confir-
mation Bible. Following a honey-
moon in Banff, Alta., the newly-
weds will make their home in Palo
Alto, Calif.

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