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November 12, 1965 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-12

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May Fuller Becomes
Mrs. Bernard Wader

Women's

Friday, November 12, 1965-27

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Karen Faber Engaged
to Robert Spector

Fine Jewelry And Gifts

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MRS. BERNARD WEXLER

May Ruth Fuller became the
bride of Bernard Robert Wexler
in a recent candlelight ceremony
in the Crystal Ballroom of the
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. Rabbi
Morris Adler and Cantor Jacob
Sonenklar officiated.
She wore a classically styled
gown of crystal dulcette satin com-
bined with Alencon lace traced
with pearl drops and aurora crys-
tals. An opera coat fashioned with
belled angelica sleeves fell from
the shoulders to a full train of
chapel length.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Tobias Fuller of W.
Outer Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Wex-
ler, 20025 Carol, and the late
Mr. Wexler.
Bridesmaids were Helen Wexler
and Terri Fuller. Junior brides-
maid was Tracey Kopel, and flow-
er girl was Sue Fuller.
Gary Wexler was his brother's
best man. Ushers were Sheldon
and Arnold Fuller, the bride's
brothers, Norman Rosen, Marvin
Zuchter, Hugh Kopel and Howard
Corman.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will reside in Oak Park.

Music Study Club
Notes 2nd Rally

The second concert rally of the
Music Study Club, prior to its an-
nual Artist Concert, will be held
at the home of Mrs. Milton Sim-
mons, 18658 George Washington,
Southfield, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Following dessert luncheon,
Esther Allan will perform at the
organ, with Mrs. Stewart Linden
as Chai chairman-of-the-day.
Mrs. Harry C. Singer, chairman
of patrons, will be there with Mrs.
Henry Gall and Mrs. Bernard Pep-
per to help and advise concert
patrons.
All these preparations are for
the annual Artist Concert 8:30
p.m., Dec. 5, at the Scottish Rite
Cathedral. The two young artists
to be featured are on the way to
national recognition: Violinist Pin-
chas Zukerman and mezzo-soprano
Iris Bala. For information on the
concert and tickets, call Mrs.
Allan, 357-1630.

The Israelis say that
the Sheraton-Tel Aviv
is their favorite hotel.
Make it yours!

For Insured Reserva-
tions at Guaranteed
Rates see your Travel
Agentor call W01-8000.

Sheraton-
Zel

(More Clubs, Page 19)
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the home of Mrs. Morris
Order, 20413 Freeland. Mrs. Abe
Primack will dicuss current events.
Refreshments will be serve d.
Guests invited.
• * *
PARKWOOD CHAPTER, Worn-
en's American ORT, will meet 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. George Spector, 17381 Pont-
chartrain. Dr. H y in a n Kurtz,
psychiatrist at the Lafayette Clinic,
will speak on emotional a n d
mental health. Refreshments will
be served. Guests invited.
* * *
GLENWOOD CHAPTER, Wom-
en's American ORT, will hold a
bowling night 8 p.m. Nov. 20. A
donation will cover refreshments
and three games. Guests invited.
For tickets call Mrs. Andrew
Friedman, DI. 1-9457, or Mrs. Alex
Friedman, VE. 7-6379. The chapter
will hold its annual membership
tea 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Edward Kagan, 31461
Stonewood Ct. West, Farmington.
For information call Mrs. Arnold
Smith, 476-7588.
* S *
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold
its victory luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Hostess will be Mrs. Max
Stone. Chairmen will be Mesdames
Isadore Schwartz and Hyman
Lipkin.
* * *
NORTHWEST YOUNG ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD will hold a mem-
bership tea 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Young Israel building. Mrs.
Joseph Hendler, chairman of this
event, announces a showing of
latest wigs will be presented.
There will be favors, prizes and
refreshments. Guests invited.
* * *
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet
12:30 p.m. Monday at the home
of Mrs. Lanee Wexler, 20025 Carol.

Conservative Sisterhoods
Plan Open Meeting
at Bnai Israel, Pontiac

Michigan Branch, National Wom-
en's League of United Synagogue.
of America, will hold an open
board meeting 11:30 a.m. Thursday
at Bnai Israel Synagogue, Pontiac.
All officers and board members
of the 16 affiliated sisterhoods in
the Michigan Branch will be
represented, with president, Mrs.
Isadore Leeman, presiding.
The agenda will include a report
on the recent ground breaking in
New York. Achievement citations
will be presented to Congs. Bnai
Moshe, Ahavas Achim, and Beth
Israel of Flint for reaching their
goal for the Combined Campaign
for Torah Fund and Residence
Hall, for which Mrs. Herman Roth
of Oak Park is chairman.
A workshop on Israel affairs
will be presented by the branch
chairman, Mrs. Dean Carron of
Ann Arbor, and "Sabra Goldie,"
'Mrs. Morris Adler, will speak on
her life as a Jewish housewife in
Jerusalem.

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Morris Watnick

Saul Rutin

283 Hamilton, Birmingham

Open Thurs. and Fri. to 9 p.m.
Ample Parking

• LARGEST Selection of

MISS KAREN FABER

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Faber of
Adrian, Rd., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Karen Marcia to Robert Spector,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Spector
of Woodvilla Pl., Southfield.
Miss Faber is a junior in Wayne
State University's college of ed-
ucation. Mr. Spector attended the
Detroit Institute of Technology
where he was affiliated with Tau
Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
A June 19 wedding is planned.

Every item in the store
has been personally se-
lected and priced for
your satisfaction by
Morris Watnick and
Saul Rutin.

HUNDREDS TO
CHOOSE FROM

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Gift Items to Be Sold
at Livonia Congregation
Holiday Bazaar Dec. 5

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Sisterhood fund-raising chairman
Mrs. Seymour Ungar announces
plans for a holiday bazaar to be
held 2-8 p.m. Dec. 5 at the Livonia
Jewish Congregation.
Featured at the bazaar Will be
unusual and useful handmade
items from Sisterhood's Needle-
work Guild, under the director
of Mrs. Louis Fellander.
Gift shop chairman Mrs. Manny
Patchakos will have many items
for sale, including decorations,
books and religious articles. The
United Synagogue Youth Group
will have a wide candy assortment
for sale at its special booth.
Additional booths are a bout-
ique, featuring jewelry and cosmet-
ics; home-baked goods and a snack
bar.

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Charm Bracelets,

Morrey's is exclusive . .
But surprisingly inexpensive!

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nounce the marriage of their
daughter Barbara Judith to Sam-
uel B. Rothman, son of Dr. and
Mrs. David Rothman of Oxford, Pa.
Mrs. Rothman graduated from
Michigan State University and is
working on her master's degree at
the University of Miami. Mr. Roth-
man, a graduate of the University
of Pennsylvania and the University
of Miami law school, is stationed
with the U.S. Army Special War-
fare Center at Ft. Bragg, N.C.
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