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July 01, 1966 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-01

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22—Friday, July 1, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

2 Couples Set December Nuptials

HAROLD B. GREENBLATT,
local Manager of American United
Life Insurance, has been selected
winner of the national quality
award for the fourth time. The
award was presented by the Na-
of Life Under-
The 1966 Israel survey tour of tional Association
and the Life Insurance Ag-
the Detroit Service Group will writers
ency Management Association for
leave Oct. 10 for a review of over-
sales and service rec-
seas and Israel programs support- outstanding
ed by the Allied Jewish Campaign, ords.
George R. Kell, president of the
service group, announced.
Everybody is Heading for
The group will be received by
Morrey's July Sale!
Israel government and Jewish
Agency officals, and will have a
chance to see programs and instal-
lations not open to the casual tour_
is t.
A staff member of the Jewish
Welfare Federation accompanies
the tour and special guides are
provided by the Joint Distribution
Q
committee in Italy and by United
Jewish Appeal in Israel. The tour
*Hitching Post In Rear!
will conclude in Israel on Oct. 26.
Campaign workers who are in-
terested in the trip may call Sol
Drachler at the Jewish Welfare
Federation, WO 5-3939, for fur-
ther details.

Ann Falk of Hillsdale Service Group
New Airs. H. J. Green Plans Israel Trip

to Start Oct. 10

MISS RITA GRUSKIN

MISS SUSAN STEINBERG

At a recent cocktail party, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Gruskin, 18255
Adrian, Southfield, announced the
engagement of their daughter Rita
Harriet to Paul Sherr, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alec Sherr, 18116 Cherry-
lawn.
Miss Gruskin is a senior at the
University of Michigan, school of
education. Mr. Sherr is a graduate
of the University of Michigan,
where he was a member of Pi
Sigma Alpha, political science hon-
orary society. He now attends the
University of Michigan law school.
A Dec. 27 wedding is being
planned.

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Steinberg of
Rutherford Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Susan
Theone to Robert Henry Pezzell.
Mr. Pezzell is the son of Mrs.
Diane Pezzell of Woodingham Dr.
Miss Steinberg graduated from
Highland Park College and at-
tended Wayne State University.
Mr. Pezzell is a graduate student
in physics at Wayne State Univer-
sity.
A Dec. 11 wedding is planned.

Samuel Bornsteins to
Mark Golden Date

MRS. JACK IDEN, 10005 Elgin,
Huntington Woods, was singled out
by Sigma Delta Xi journalism frat-
ernity for her high scholastic
achievement while majoring in
journalism at Wayne State Univer-
sity. Mrs. Iden, a mother of three,
has been attending Wayne since
1948 and now, after graduation,
intends to work toward her masters
degree in American history.

MR. AND MRS. BORNSTEIN

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bornstein,
19765 Cranbrook, will celebrate
their 50th wedding anniversary at
a dinner party given by their sons
and daughters in the English
Room of the Sheraton-Cadillac Ho-
tel Sunday.
Out-of-town guests will include
the couple's sister-in-law, Mrs.
,Hannah Bornstein of New York, as
well as Messrs. Morris Bornstein
and Harry Roth, also of New York,
who were in attendance at the
original wedding ceremony.
Residents of Detroit since 1922,
the couple has four children and
seven grandchildren.
Mr. Bornstein, a Detroit area
pharmacist for more than 40
years, is a past president of the
Zager-Stone Lodge of Bnai Brith,
as well as a member of the Ma-
sonic Perfection Lodge.

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MRS. HOWARD GREEN

Ann Louise Falk and Howard
Jay Green were married Sunday
afternoon at the Hillsdale College
Leadership Center. Rabbi Rievan
W. Slavkin, Temple Beth Israel,
Jackson, officiated at the Hillsdale
ceremony.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Harry P. Falk of Hills-
dale and Mr. Abe S. Green, 17521
Westland, Southfield, and the late
Mrs. Frieda Green.
The bride wore a floor-length
Empire-style gown of candlelight
silk peau de soie with imported
Alencon lace appliques on the
bodice and edging the tubular
skirt. Insets of lace accented the
square chapel train. Her English
illusion veil fell from a peau de
de soie rose with petals of Alen-
con lace embroidered with seed
pearls. The bride carried a cas-
cade of Stephanotis and Cym-
bidimn orchids.
Matron of honor was Mrs. C. M.
Faulkner of Kansas City, and maid
of honor was Sydney Rose of Chi-
cago. Bridesmaid was Charlene
Kaufman.
Sheldon Green was his brother's
best man. The bridegroom's at-
tendants were Leon B. Falk,
brother of the bride, and Dr. Carl
Morton. Ushers were William
Hoover of Shawnee Mission, Kan.,
Carl Leiter of Flint and Dr. Eugene
DuBois of Rochester, N.Y.
After a trip to Montego Bay,
Jamaica, and Miami Beach, the
couple will reside at Northgate
Blvd., Oak Park.

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