Dr. Alfred Feiilgold
Weds Susan Araof
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At a melave malka, Cong. Bnai Jacob members and friends gath-
ered to extend congratulations last weekend to Rabbi and Mrs. I. Isaac
on their recent marriage. President of the congregation, Charles Vikser,
opened the reception with greetings, and Joseph Borenstei.n was master
of ceremonies. Among those representing the local rabbinate were
Rabbi Leizer Levin, president of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis,
and Rabbi Chaskel Grubner.
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes attended the Prague Spring Festival
as guest of the Czech Music Fund, directed by Mine. Milena Galus-
kova. During her stay in Prague, Mrs. Chajes received a scroll from
the Dvorak Society, naming her a founder of the society in recognition
of having been the 'first Rusalka in the Western Hemisphere".
Family and friends of the Alan Zallas of Church Ave., Oak Park,
recently gathered at Boesky's Restaurant to celebrate the high school
graduation of the Zallas' son, Ronnold Mark.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Barak of W. Seven Mile Rd. recently attended
the graduation of their son, Joel Peter, from the Marquette School of
Dental Surgery in Milwaukee. For the coming year, he has accepted an
internship at Dearborn Veterans Hospital.
Among the guests attending the San Francisco wedding of Judith
MRS. ALFRED FEINGOLD
Snider, daughter of the Ben Sniders of Southfield, to David Leash
Susan Marsha Arnkoff became were Mrs. Louis Jaffe, Judi Hertz and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Snider.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin J. Iwrey of Redfern Ave. have recently re-
the bride of Dr. Alfred Feingold
Sunday in a ceremony at Temple turned from a three-week visit in Israel, Greece and Italy.
Beth Jacob. Rabbi Milton Rosen-
Parents of the couple are Dr. and
Mrs. Harry Arnkoff, 140 Illinois,
Pontiac and Mr. and Mrs. George
Feingold of Lansdale, Pa.
A great movement has turned to of Dropsie College. He is chair-
The bride wore an Empire-style a distinguished personality for man of the publications commit-
gown of cameo silk peau de soie leadership and American Jewry's tee of the Pennsylvania Bar Asso-
with a petal neckline and sleeves higher cultural values are expected ciation, a former president of
of imported Alencon lace embroi- to benefit from the new role and Wharton School Alumni and has
dered with seed pearls and bril- the inauguration of a new chap- been, from 1941 to date. editor of
liants. The attached watteau train ter in a major literary field.
the Pennsylvania Bar Association
fell to full chapel length. A jew-
This is the feeling i n many Quarterly.
eled lace toque held the tiered quarters with the elevation to the
He serves on the boards of An-
veil of imported silk illusion. On presidency of the Jewish Publica- nenberg School of Communica-
her mother's bridal prayer book tion Society of America of Joseph tions, as vice president and secre-
the bride carried a bouquet of M. First.
tary and is an officer of Annenberg
Stephanotis and ivy arranged
His official and formal title in Fund and Annenberg Foundation;
around an orchid cascading with
private life is vice president and is an officer of Philadelphia In-
general counsel of the Phildelphia quirer Charities, board member of
Maid of honor was Sarah Kam- Inquirer. But it is necessary to Merion Civic Association, Federa-
insky, and bridesmaids were go to his background, , to his ex- tion of Jewish Charities of Phila-
Diane Arnkoff, sister of the tensive career in academic circles, delphia, Philadelphia chapter of
bride, Aim Falk, Susan Levitt in law, in civic movements and in American Friends of Hebrew Uni-
and Judith Wax.
versity, Har Zion Temple, Brandeis
Lawyers Society; and is actively
Dr. Cassius DeFlon 'of Boston
associated with Philadelphia, Am-
was the bridegroom's best man.
erican and Pennsylvania Bar As-
Ushers were Stanley Feingold,
sociations; Central-Penn National
brother of the bridegroom; Leon
Bank, serving on its board; Liberty
Fox, brother-in-law of the bride-
Mutual Insurance Co. advisory
groom, of Plyniouth Meeting, Pa.;
board member, Scribes, U. of Pa.
_James Fox of Norristown, Pa.; and
Faculty Club, Society of Television
James Feingold, of Doylestown,
Winner of many honors, he has
received awards as West Phila-
Cleveland Hospital Gets
delphia High school's outstand-
Largest Gift: $1,250,000
ing altunnus, U. of Pa. Alumni
CLEVELAND (JTA) — Mount
Award of Merit, outstanding
Sinai Hospital announced receipt
alumnus award from U. of Pa.
of the largest gift in the history
McKean Law Club and a dis-
of the institution—a contribution
tinguished service award from
of $1,250,000 from Max Freedman,
Pennsylvania Bar Association.
who retired as president of the
He was married in 1931 to the
hospital after holding that post
former Helen Gross. They have
for the past five years.
three children, Elsa, Dr. Abigail
The hospital will use $750,000
First Farber and Jonathan.
of the gift for the construction of
a new outpatient building and
JOSEPH M. FIRST
$500,000 will be placed in an en-
downment fund to support medical Jewish affairs, fully to recognize
education and research and spe- the merits of his earned leadership
cial patient care services. The of the major Jewish publishing
hospital, which serves about 45,000 project that acts as "a non-profit
outpatients annually, will provide educational situation devoted to
through the new building facilities, Jewish culture."
The Berdichev-Keshenev Aid So-
care for the indigent.
A native of Philadelphia—he ciety will honor Nathan P. Rossen
was born April 1, 1906—he earned at a gathering marking 18 years of
three degrees at the University of Israel's statehood 8:30 p.m. Mon-
Pennsylvania, in 1927, 1930 day at Cong. Beth Yehudah.
Rossen will be honored for his
and 1932 — B.S., L.L.B. and
L.L.M. And his academic honors devotion to his community, his peo-
were numerous. As a graduate of ple and to Israel.
Louis Levine, founder and for-
both the University of Pennsyl-
vania and the Wharton School and mer president of both the Arlazar-
The Israelis say that
Law School, he won cum laude off Branch of Farband and Pinsker
honors, was a Gowen Fellow, was
Progressive A i d
the Sheraton-Tel Aviv
elected to Order of the Coif, was
Society, w ill be
is their favorite hotel.
case editor of the U. of Pa. Law
Make it yours!
Review and served as legal assist-
Levine has re-
ant to American Law Institute.
turned from his
For Insured Rei,erva-
His thesis for his masters of laws
sixth trip to Is-
tionS at Guaranteed
degree was "Receivership and Con-
Rates see your Travel
flict of Laws."
Now serving as vice president,
secretary and general counsel of
Triangle Publications, First de-
ing the plight of
votes much time to major move-
Rossen Russian J e wry
and starring Edward G. Robinson,
As first president, now honor- will be shown. Israel's Hai year
Tel Aviv, Israel
ary president and a member of will be toasted with Israeli wine,
the board, of Albert Einstein and refreshments will be served.
Medical Center in Philadelphia, Frank Mersky is the celebration
he holds one of the community's chairman, and Louis Bassin, the Hai
very important positions.
celebration co-chairman. The af-
He is a trustee of Temple Uni- fair will be on behalf of Israel
versity and served on the board Bonds.
Distinguished Philadelphian Named
1Jewish Publication Society President
Another appeal for Yiddish books
for the Haifa Pensioners Club li-
brary has been issued by Isidor
Be c k e r, 24417 Rensselaer, Oak
Becker, who has been conducting
a one-man campaign for the Israeli
oldsters, said he will call for the
books if donors will call him at
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meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday at
Workmen's Circle Center to dis-
cuss the annual games party and
election of officers. Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Halpern will be host
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