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December 31, 1965 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-31

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Sharon Gorelick Wed Two Notable Israeli Leaders to Address
to Ronald Leonard Rose ZOD Aliyah Sessio n Here on Jan,. 13

MRS. RONALD ROSE

Sharon Risa Gorelick, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Martin Jack Gore-
lick of Canterbury Dr., became
the bride of Ronald Leonard Rose
in a recent candlelight ceremony
in the Founders Room of the
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
Rabbi Jacob Segal officiated at
the ceremony uniting Miss Gore-
lick and Mr. Rose, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Rose of Cuyahoga
Falls, 0.
The bride wore a satin peau
de soie sleeveless Empire-bodice
gown with a matching, floor-
length coat featuring elbow-
length sleeves bordered in mink.
Fastened with covered buttons,
the coat had a jewel neckline.
She wore a pouf cap of silk illu-
sion.
Attending the bride was maid
of honor Margaret Cohen of Flori-
da and New York. Susan Ben-
jamin, Rita Stillman and Susan
Presman were bridesmaids.
Edward Rose was best man for
his brother, and Stephen Gorelick,
the bride's brother, was head ush-
er, assisted by Michael Levin, Rich-
ard Levick, Michael Umansky, Al-
lan Joseph and Stephen Olson.
Also in the party were the cou-
ple's grandparents, Mrs. Sarah
Rose, Mrs. Ann Mirnoff, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Garelick and Mr. Jo-
seph Rosenthal.
After a dinner-dance in the
hotel's grand ballroom, the couple
left on a wedding trip. They plan
to live in Ann Arbor.

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religious schools until he was 17
and at this early age, was ordained
as an Orthodox rabbi.
In 1938, he made his Aliyah to
Israel from Slovakia. He studied at
the University in Jerusalem for
two years. From 1942 until 1946,
he served with the Haganah and
with the Aliyah Bet, the so-called
illegal immigration to Israel.
When Dr. Giori Yosephtal (who
later became the minister of labor
and housing in the State of Israel)
_ Gathering for a sisterhood "family picture" are the chairmen
opened and headed the Absorption
of Ahavas Achim Sisterhood's annual donor luncheon, to be held
Department in 1946, he decided
that Werzberger was to serve in noon Jan. 19 in the social hall. The program will feature fashions and
this department in the south of furs modeled by members, music by Frankie Paul and prizes. Seated
(from left) are Mesdames Joseph Glicker, co-chairman of the donor
Israel. There Shmuel Werzberger
remained until 1950 when the Joint event, Moishe Glazier, Larry Guttenberg, president, and Bert Heller;
standing are Mesdames Meyer Levey, Max Lumelsky, co-chairm.in,
Distribution Committee in Israel
called upon him to join them as di- and Thomas Partovich. Not pictured are Mrs. Isadore Levin, Simon
rector of the department which Bermanis, Ben Simons and Kenneth Belen. For tickets, call Mrs.
would settle thousands of handi- Lumelsky, 353-9553, or Mrs. Levin, DI 1-2685.
capped immigrants who were corn-
Criticism is easy, art difficult.
ing into Israel at that time. In that
— French proverb.
capacity, he and his department
were responsible for establishing
handicapped immigrants in proper
housing, arranging loans for them
MARX-COOPER: Linda Joyce
to purchase business and equip- Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
ment which would provide them Nathan B. Cooper, 17684 Adrian,
with incomes, training them for Southfield, became the bride of
vocational opportunities. During Melvin Jack Marx, son of Mr. and
this program, more than 10,000 Mrs. Siegmund Marx, 19376 Pat-
families were absorbed into the ton, Sunday. The' couple will reside
economy of Israel, including 42,000 on Greenfield Rd. after a honey-
who are today self-sufficient and moon in New York City.
Progress to the midway point in productive with the help of the
* * *
Bnai Brith's largest fund-raising Joint Distribution Committee and
the
Jewish
Agency.
goal in Detroit history was an-
LEVINE - BARTHOLOMEW:
Max Schrut
nounced by Samuel G. Bank, presi-
At the end of 1964, Werzberger Janet Susan Bartholomew and
For Good Photographs
dent of the Metropolitan Detroit became a deputy director for the Sheldon Allen Levine were united
and Prompt Service
Bnai Brith Council, and Mrs. Alan Ministry of Health in the De- in a ceremony at Temple Israel
Call Me at
Nathan, president of the Bnai partment which was responsible Sunday. Parents of the couple are
Brith Women's Council, together for the planning and building of Mrs. Cecile J. Bartholomew of W.
with their respective fund-raising hospitals in Israel. He is direc- Outer Dr. and the late Mr. Fred-
erick D. Bartholomew, and Mr.
chairmen, Avram B. Charlip and tor of the Ohio, Michigan, East-
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
and Mrs. Louis H. Levine of Ward
Mrs. Allen Weitzman.
ern Pennsylvania area for the
We Come to Your Home
Ave. Following the ceremony, a
This year, more funds will go Jewish Agency, American Sec-
With Samples
reception was held at the Bartholo-
to the Bnai Brith youth program, tion, Inc., Aliyah Department.
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mew home.
which includes the Hillel Foun-
Abraham Sharir recently was
dation. -
Serving on the joint fund-raising named director of the New York
cabinet are Women's Council rep- office of the economics department
resentatives Mesdames Alan Na- of Jewish Agency. An Israeli at-
than, Jack S'ayles, Philip Fealk, torney, who received his Master of
From LONDON, ENGLAND
Bernard Bliefield, Leon Dreylinger, Jurisprudence from the Hebrew
University
in
1958,
he
is
available
Allen Weitzman, Harold Robinson,
for consultation for the guidance of
David Levine and Irving Isaacs.
Men's Council representatives potential American investors in
"Distinctive Styling in Music
are Samuel G. Bank, Sol Moss, Israel, especially in the so-called
to your Individual Taste"
Avram B. Charlip, Harry Wein- middle and upper classes.
berger, Bernard Panush, Arthur
A sabra, born in Jerusalem in
Schott, George Tarnoff and Her- 1932, Sharir has been a resident of
Tel Aviv. He served in the Israel
man Kasoff.
Serving with Mrs. Allen Weitz- Air Force from 1950 to 1952, and
man, Council fund-raising chair- previously was a member of Haga-
man, are Mesdames Morris Plea- nah. He was general secretary of
son, I. Weinberg and Charles the Youth Organization of the Gen-
Blauer, Miss Elsie Rodd, Mrs. Ir- eral Zionist movement in Israel.
ving Isaacs, Miss S'elma Cohen
and Mesdames Maynard Kalef, Beth Aaron to Mark
Robert Ellis, Henry Schore, Merle
Pearlstein, Aaron Ginsberg, Alec Seminary Anniversary
Sherr, Bernard Dosie, David How
Leaders of Beth Aaron synago-
ell, Norman Horowitz, Morris Lieb-
erman, Myna Moss, I. Perlmutter, gue are spearheading prepara-
tions for their congregation's
Sidney Levine and Elsie Cohen.
Avram B. Charlip, Men's Coun- participation in a nationwide
cil fund-raising chairmen, has observance of the Jewish Theo-
serving with him as co-chairmen logical Seminary of America's
80th anniversary celebration. A
Sidney Freedman, Leo Hollander, private
reception in the
Herman Kasoff, Yale Phillips, Ed- home of leadership
William I. Liberson, 19160
win Roth, Louis Wasserman and Parkside,
8:30 p.m. Jan. 13,
Henry Cohn.
will highlight the congregation's
birthday observance, it was an-
nounced by Joseph Sulkes, Beth
Shapero Re-Elected
Aaron president, and Arthur Fa-
0
President of Sinai
ber, chairman of Beth Aaron's
Seminary
committee.
WHAT
KIND
OF FLOOR COVERING
Nate S. Shapero and five other
incumbents have been re-elected
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The reception will be the third
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Abraham Shiffman r emains
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treasurer and Irwin I. 'Cohn will
JACOB
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a
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again serve as secretary. All five sworn in by New York Mayor Rob-
men were re-elected for one-year ert F. Wagner as a judge of the
terms.
At the same meeting, the Sinai Family Court. Zukerman is ex-
board named Maurice Aronsson, ecutive director of the Family
an honorary trustee. Aronsson was Location Service and president of
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14—Friday, December 31, 1965

Two distinguished Israeli leaders
will address the Aliyah meeting of
the Zionist Organization of Detroit,
8 p.m. Jan. 13, at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center, Carmi M. Solmovitz,
Z 0 D president,
announced.
T h e .meeting,
similar to a ses-
sion held earlier
this year under
Z OD auspices,
will be co-spon-
sored by the Zion-
ist Council of De-
troit, and mem-
bers of all Zion-
Sharir
ist parties are
invited to participate in the dis-
cussions that will follow the major
addresses.
The speakers on Jan. 13 will be
Shmuel Wurzberger, director of the
Jewish Agency Aliyah Department
with offices in Cleveland, and
Abraham Sharir, parliamentary
secretary of the Liberal Party in
the Israel Knesset.
Werzberger, continuing the
tradition of his family, studied in

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