Two young people of outstand-
ing promise received special
awards at the last board meeting
of the Jewish Welfare Federation.
The Frank A. Wetsman leadership
award for 1965 was presented to
Herbert A. Aronsson; Mrs. N.
Brewster Broder (Ruth Kahn)
received the newly created Sylvia
Simon Greenberg Leadership
Selections were made by an
award committee on the basis of
actively demonstrated service to
the Federation and its constituent
agencies. Purpose of the awards is
MISS JANET STERNBERG
MISS JOAN BRANDES
'See Suburbia' Tour
Herbert Aronsson, Mrs. Broder
wi n reaeration Youth Awaras
Brandes-Lesson Troth - Sternberg-Goldmen
Is Announced Here
Arranged by ORT
John Greenberg, husband and sons
of the late Mrs. Greenberg, in her
Mrs. Broder has provided out-
standing leadership to the Wom-
en's Division in its year-round pro-
gram and the campaign. She is '
presently the adviser to the cam-
paign pace-setters of which she
has been co-chairman.
Aronsson serves on the Federa-
tion board of governors and was
the 1965 - pre-campaign co-chair-
man of the arts and crafts divi-
sion. He is active in many civic
groups in the general community.
The committee who selected this
year's recipients included Feder-
ation President Hyman Safran; the
president of the United Jewish
Charities. Erwin S. Simon; execu-
tive director of Federation, Wil-
liam Avrunin; William M. Wets-
man, Samuel S. Greenberg, Ron-
ald I. Greenberg, Mrs. Celia
Baruch, representing the Women's
Division; and Mrs. Esther Apple-
man, secretary of the awards com-
The annual. "See Suburbia"
house and garden tour of Subur-
ban Hills Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will feature the
homes of several area residents
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 8.
Included in the tour are the
homes of Messrs. and Mesdames
Jack Bean, Paul Borman, Mike
Rosenthal, Irving Seligman,
Leonard Stone, Morris Usher and
Alvin Wasserman, all of the Birm-
Tickets are available at Mar-
wil's, Northland, and Grinnell's,
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Stern-
berg, formerly of Oak Park and
now of Encino, Calif., announce the
MOVIES, SINCE 1946
engagement of their daughter
Janet Barbara to Gary Harris Gold-
i WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Goldman of Fairfield Ave.
Miss Sternberg and her fiance,
who attended Michigan State Uni-
versity and Mexico City College, to give recognition to young per-
are planning a Nov. 28 wedding.
sons of outstanding promise, and
to encourage them, through a spe-
(The Jewish News regrets the
cial grant to attend the general
photographs of Miss Brandes and
assembly of the Council of Jew-
Miss Sternberg were transposed
From LONDON, ENGLAND
ish Federations and Welfare Funds
ZISMAN-WARNER, former De as representatives and delegates
troiters Mr. and Mrs. Abe Zisman of the Federation.
The assembly will be held in
(Marian Kolb) of Los Angeles an-
"Distinctive Styling in Music
nounce the marriage of their son Montreal Nov. 10-14.
to your Individual Taste"
The Wetsman Award was estab-
Lawrence, now residing in Chi-
cago, to Lorraine Warner, daugh- lished in 1961 by Mrs. Frank A.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cowgill Wetsman and William M. Wets-
of San Francisco. The marriage man in memory of their husband
By CHARLOTTE HYAMS
was performed by Rabbi Harry A. and father Frank A. Wetsman.
Ten years ago, buying a Rosh Silverstein at Temple Beth Am,
The Sylvia Simon Greenberg memovuetioseeetberneemeoemeeemeom
Hashanah card for Mother meant Los Angeles. Best man was Howard Award was established in 1965 by •
going to the Jewish book store, Simon, and the ring bearer was Samuel Greenberg and Ronald and •
selecting one of two styles, dust- Clay Kay, nephew of the groom.
ing it off and taking it home — The bride was attended by Carol
only to spend the next half hour Zisman, sister of the bridegroom,
translating the Hebrew greeting as maid of honor, and the flower
into English. It was an experience. girl was Lynn Simon. Following a
Two weeks ago, I entered
Syndicated columnist Sydney •
. . . only the finest in quality
shiny, suburban department store couple will reside in Chicago.
Harris will discuss "The Dilemmas • and taste from Kosher Zion . . .
and cast about for a suitable
of Modern Man" at the opening •
MORRIS-FERMAN: Mr. and Mrs meeting of Temple Israel Sister- • made fresh daily in our new,
greeting card. None of the 25
modern, clean, stainless steel
seemed just right. Stars and
hood noon Oct. 13 in the social • kitchens, under strict 'J.S. Gov-
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• ernment Inspection and Orthodox
scrolls, flowers and shofars, eternal now of Beverly Hills, Calif., an- hall.
lights and Jerusalem hillsides nounce the marriage of their
The program will follow a com- •
winked out at me from glossy daughter, Virginia. Barbara, to Dr.
wrappers — just begging to be
and Mrs. Calman Morris of Oak- up sisterhood members, and guests ie
sent to somebody's mother.
AND PASSED BY
The saleslady dove into her land, Calif. The couple was mar-
During the meeting, plans for
drawer and came up with another
the coming 25th anniversary year
10 varieties. Her eyes pleaded. ris is completing his tour of duty. will be outlined. For information,
But, no, they weren't what I was The bride, a graduate of the Uni- call Mrs. Samuel Goodman, pro-
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looking for. What did she think versity of California at Los Ange- gram vice president, UN. 1-6725.
les, is a graduate student at Hono-
this was? A minor holiday?
lulu University. Dr. Morris, a grad-
From downtown drug store to uate of the University of Califor-
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suburban greeting card em-
nia at Berkeley, received his medi-
porium, rural gift shop to urban
cal degress from U. of C. at San on Bnai David Program •
ANY TIME IS PARTY TIME!
tobacconist's I trudged — having
Cong. Bnai David will sponsor •••
counted 32 scenes of Haifa Bay
BE A GUEST AT YOUR OWN PARTY — ORDER YOUR
the opening night of Mickey Katz's •
and 14 of Jerusalem's Old
Community Action Leader, "Hello Solly," an English-Yiddish •
variety revue, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 23 at
And their inscriptions — ah, Saul Alinsky, to Speak
sheer English poetry:
by Jack Lieberman, general chair-
Roses are red,
Chicago, will be featured speaker man.
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Violets are blue,
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Good luck to you.
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(That one sounded nice, so I day at the Jewish Center. It was Porter and Diana Claire.
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Potatoes and Gravy
brought it home only to find that a erroneously reported last week
The Bnai David ticket committee
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Hanukah card I had left over from that the meeting was to be held includes Hy Cohen, co-chairman, S • Tasty Delicious Kishka
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last year said:
Herman Yagoda, Morris J. Brand-
(Roses are red,
Alinsky has been a controversial wine, Max Simon, Milt Herman, Lb
WE HAVE FRESH CROP INDIAN NUTS!
(Violets are blue,
figure in the community action pic- Max Ostrow, president sisterhood, ••
(May Hanukah bring
ture. He will be introduced by the Mrs. Sandra Schore, Joseph Shif- • •
(Good luck to you.
Rt. Reverend Msgr. Clement Kern, man, Jack KraiErnan, Irving Belin- • DELIVER
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pastor of Most Holy Trinity Church sky, Hyman Listen, Max Sosin and •
(I was crushed.)
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My problem was becoming grave. and a trustee of the local West Yale Phillips,
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And as I walked the street, the Central Organization (WCO), which
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lights twinkling on and the sky
The meeting is open to the public
darkening in the West, my heart
hung heavy. Rosh Hashanah would at no charge.
be here soon, and I had no card
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took it home — spending the next party, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 16, in the
half hour translating the Hebrew social hall. Dancing will be to the
into English. An experience I tell music of the Jimmy Stevenson
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
The engagement of Joan Paula
Brandes to James Barry Lesser
is announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ludwig Brandes of Hub-
bell Ave. Parents of the prospect-
ive bridegroom are Dr. and Mrs.
Morton B. Lesser of W. Outer Dr.
The couple, both students at the
University of Michigan, plans a
May 28 wedding.
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