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December 24, 1965 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-24

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Land Bank to Maintain
Its 5 1/2 Pct. Interest Rate

Honeymoons in West, Florida Follow Rites

MRS. JERROLD WEINBERG

MRS. NORMAN LEAF

MRS. DAVID BERENT

MRS. LAWRENCE STEIN

Deanna Sheila Miller and Jer-
rold Howard Weinberg were unit-
ed in marriage Tuesday evening
at Adas Shalom Synagogue. After
the ceremony and reception, the
couple left on a California and
Las Vegas honeymoon.
They are the children of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Miller of Vassar
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Weinberg of
Kenosha Ave., Oak Park, and the
late Mr. Weinberg.
Officiating were Rabbis Jacob
Segal and M. Robert Syme and
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel.
The bride wore an Empire-
styled gown with a scoop neck,
bell sleeves and chapel train, all
of rose pointe Chantilly lace. She
carried roses on her confirmation
Bible.

Marilyn Kay Grossman, daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Gross-
man of Shrewsbury Rd., was mar-
ried at Temple Israel Monday eve-
ning to Norman Leaf, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Leaf of Chicago.
Upon their return from the
Pacific Northwest, the couple will
reside in Chicago.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal of Adas
Shalom Synagogue, Rabbi Leon
Fram and Cantor Harold Orbach
of Temple Israel performed the
candlelight ceremony.
The bride wore an Empire gown
of reembroidered Alencon lace
over French net and silk. The dress
had long tapered sleeves, portrait
neckline and a long chapel train.
Her Medici cap was of peau de
soie, appliqued with lace and seed
pearls and was secured by tiers of
silk illusion. Her bouquet was fash-
ioned of roses, Stephanotis and ivy.

The newlywed Dr. and Mrs. Da-
vid Robert Berents are honeymoon-
ing in Florida after the candle-
light ceremony at Cong. Beth Sha-
lom in which they were united in
marriage Thursday.
Rabbi Mordecai Halpern and
Cantor Ruben Erlbaum officiated.
The bride, the former Elyse Fern
Guttentag, is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Guttentag of
Ridgedale Ave., Oak Park. Parents
of the bridegroom are Dr. and Mrs.
S. M. Berent of Wisconsin Ave.

A Miami Beach honeymoon fol-
lowed the marriage of Sharon
Garland to Lawrence Stein Tues-
day at Temple Israel. Rabbis Leon
Fram and M. Robert Syme offici-
ated at the evening ceremony.
The couple's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Max Garland of Park St.,
Oak Park, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Stein of Geoffrey Ct., Oak Park.
The bride wore a floor-length
Empire gown of peau de soie with
an Alencon lace mantle on her
shoulders, lace sleeves and match-
ing mantilla. A single rose and or-
chid were on the confirmation Bi-
ble that she carried.

The bride wore a silk-satin
and Chantilly lace gown. Her veil
was layers of circular silk illu-
sion attached to a small cap of
matching lace. She carried
Stephanotis and orchids on a
Bible. •

Maid of honor was Ruth Berent,
sister of the bridegroom. Brides-
Matron of honor was the
maids were Diane Feinberg, Susan
bride's sister, Mrs. Elroy Woolf.
Newton of Highland Park, Ill.,
Mrs. Allan Pearlman, Diane
Helen Wirt of Bay City and Shel-
Barr, Cheryl Schwartz and Mrs.
Nancy Ruth Grossman, the ley Kirschner, junior bridesmaid.
Melvin Miller were bridesmaids.
bride's sister, was maid of hon-
Stuart Guttentag served as best
Kenneth Lifton served as best
or, and Mrs. James Bryant, the man for his brother-in-law, and
man. Ushers were Melvin Mill-
bridegroom's sister, was matron ushers were Charles Gabe, Carter
er, brother of the bride, Dr. El-
of honor. The other attendants Ross and Dennis Weber. Also in the
roy Woolf, John O'Malley of
were Marsha Timmer, Susan
bridal party were the bride's
Ann Arbor, Leonard Portner,
Pepper and Mrs. Jon Isenberg
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Jerald Young, Allen Solomon,
of Chicago.
Guttentag and Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
Larry Miller, Allan Miller, and
Best man was Stephan Katz of uel Manis.
Howard Lifton.
The couple will live on Crooks
Kimberlie Ann Miller was flow- Chicago. Ushers were James Bry-
er girl, and Debra Susan Miller ant, Jeffrey Karasick, Stephan So- Rd., Royal Oak, after their honey-
moon.
gin and Kenneth Manaster.
was junior bridesmaid.
Others in the party were Ran-
dall Benson Woolf; the Max Mill-
ers, grandparents of the bride;
and S. Lifshitz, grandfather of the
bridegroom. The couple will live
in Oak Park.
General Moshe Dayan, former ments in Israel and the Jewish
chief of staff of the Israel Army I State's general economic develop-
Cantor Nathan Katzman, and a member in the Cabinets of ment. General Dayan and Rassco
Levi Eshkol and David Ben-Gurion executives in the United States
Son of Former Hazzan
until he broke away from Mapai will outline the broad and profit-
at Bnai Moshe, in Film
with Ben-Gurion, will address in- able range of the firm's activities,
which extend throughout Israel's
Cantor Nathan Katzman of
burgeoning economy."
Hollywood Temple Beth El, Cali-
fornia, and son of one-time Bnai
Rassco, which limits all of its
Moshe cantor David Katzman, is a
subsidiary operations to Israel, is
featured performer in the film,
a publicly owned corporation, with
"The Story of
its stock traded on the Tel Aviv
American I m m
stock exchange and traded over-
grants."
the-counter throughout the world,
In the d o c u-
according to Allan.
mentary about
immigration to
Hillel School Given
the United States
from Jamestown
Science Equipment
up to the present,
Cantor Katzman
Rabbi Simon Murciano, head-
plays — yes — a
master of the Hillel Day School,
GEN. MOSHE DAYAN
cantor.
announces the acquisition of a
Produced and vestors in Rassco-Israel, which con- large amount of needed science
dir ected by trols 230 different operating com- equipment from Dr. C. A. Nagler,
Abram Donald panies, at the Sheraton-Cadillac through the efforts of Dr. Harry
Murray, winner Hotel.
Maisel and Abraham Pasternak
of the CINE Gold-
of the Dad's Club of Hillel Day
It
is
expected
that
500
local
busi-
en Eagle Award
School.
Cantor Katzman and Academy nessmen, many of them Rassco
stockholders,
will
participate
in
"It will now be possible to ex-
Award winner for his documentary
"The True Story of the Givil War," this dinner, according to Norman pedite the program and curriculum
the immigration film shows the Allen, chairman of Detroit Rassco of the science department. Our
diversity of American people and Associates, host at the dinner, and students will be more encouraged
how that diversity has enriched the Phillip Stollman, general chair- to look and ask questions and get
skills in finding answers to their
American culture and adhered to man of the dinner meeting.
its ideals of liberty and quality.
"Invitations," said Stollman, "are questions," Rabbi Murciano said.
Cantor Katzman sings a number being extended leading figures in
of Yiddish and liturgical selections business, industry and finance, who 1 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
in the movie.
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Matron of honor was Mrs.
Howard Garland of Princeton,
N.J., and Judy Harris was maid
of honor. Charlene Margolis,
Ilene Roberts and Jeanie Leh-
roux were bridesmaids.

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Norman Stein, the bridegroom's
brother, was best man and Dr.
Howard Garland, brother of the
bride, Richard Pevos, Bruce Sager-
stein, Richard Gehlart, Jeffrey
Krentzen and Herbert Glass were
ushers.
The couple plans to live on
Greenfield Ave. after their honey-
moon.

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General Dayan to Address Rassco
Investors' Dinner Here on Jan. 5



The Federal Land Bank of Saint
Paul, which makes farm and ranch
loans throughout Minnesota, Wis-
donsin, North Dakota and Michi-
gan, announces that it presently
has no plans for changing its in-
terest rate for new loans. The cur-
rent contract rate of 5 1/2 per cent
has been in effect since January,
1961.
"To the extent possible, The
Federal Land Bank of Saint Paul
will continue to absorb the rising
cost of money," said Hans T. Ha-
gen, President of the St. Paul bank.
The bank presently serves 58,000
farmers and ranchers with $536,-
000,000 of farm mortgage credit.
The loans are serviced by the '79
Federal Land Bank Associations in
the four-state area.

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