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August 19, 1966 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-08-19

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Ann Kathowsky Weds
21lichaelPressof Chicago

MRS. MICHAEL PRESS

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

activities in
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Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meister, of Steel Ave., returned from Mexico
City, where they attended the wedding of their cousins Sylvia Sigal,
and Dr. Oscar Litwak, on July 30. They brought with them their cousin
Israela Katz, from Israel, as their house guest.
Mr. Samuel Langer and Mr. Howard Stein, medical students at
the University of Toronto, were guests of Mr. Mal Abrams, 93 Seward,
last weekend. Mr. Stein and Mr. Langer are doing research work at the
Sir Frederick Banting Institute in Toronto during the summer. A party
was held Saturday night in their honor.
- Out-of-town guests attending the recent wedding of Ann Katkow-
sky and Michael Allan Press were Mr. and Mrs. Abe Blinder and son
Henry of Scarsdale, N.Y., Mary Blinder of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs.
Phillip Brenner of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Frankel of Los
Angeles, 1VIiguel Ginsberg of Argentina and Mrs. Sophie Single of
Newton Centre, Mass.
Dr. Irvin 0. Kanat, Southfield podiatrist, attended the 54th annual
meeting of the American Podiatry Association in Philadelphia this
week. He is affiliated with the Detroit House of Correction and the
Civic Hospital.
Lee Franklin Weinstock was in Lansing over the weekend for a
conference of Michigan leaders called by Governor George Romney at
Jack Tar Hotel,
Allen Stross attended the 75th annual convention of the Professional
Photographers of America, Inc., in Chicago; Aug. 6-12, at the Conrad
Hilton Hotel.
Mrs. Bert Pohl, the former Bunny Robbins, now of Berkeley, Calif.,
is in Detroit visiting with her parents and in-laws.

Ann Katkowsky and Michael Al-
lan Press were united in marriage
recently at Bnai Moshe Synagogue.
Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick and
Rabbi Lehrman officiated:
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Karl Katkowsky, 24449
Santa Barbara, Southfield, and
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Press of
Chicago.
The bride chose a peau de soie
gown, designed with a sheath
Harvey Willens and Jerry Biel-
skirt, Empire waist and kibuki field will head Detroit's 1966 Israel
sleeves, trimmed in Alencon lace Survey Tour which will leave Oct.
and beaded with tiny seed pearls. 10 for a 16-day look at overseas
A headpiece of matching peau de projects suported through the Al-
soie and lace held her cathedral lied Jewish Campaign.
Veil of imported illusion. She car-
Announcement of the appoint-
lied a prayer book with lilies of
ments was made by Hyman Saf-
the valley and trailing ivy.
fran, president of the Jewish Wel-
Marilyn Katkowsky served her fare Federation, and George D.
sister as maid of honor. Brides- Keil, president of the Detroit Serv-
maids were Mrs. Lawrence Kat- ice Group.
kowsky, Mrs. Harvey Chayet, Dar-
Willens has been active in the
lene Uten of Windsor, Linda
Marks of Chicago and Roselyn Allied Jewish Campaign and
serves on the board of the
Schiffman.,
Service Group. He was Chairman
Gerald Gosenpud was best man.
Serving as ushers were Larry, of the arts and crafts division of
the campaign in 1964, 1965 and
Michael and Robert Katkowsky, 1966.
brothers of the bride, Leslie Stein-
Bielfeild serves on the boards of
berg of Chicago, David Linetsky
of Chicago, Steven Levy and
Henry Blinder of Scarsdale, N.Y.
Also in the bridal procession
was the grandmother of the bride,
Mrs. Hannah Katkowsky, and her
cousin from Argentina, Miguel
Ginsberg.
The couple took a honeymoon
trip to Miami and Nassau.

Harvey .Willens and Jerry
Will Head Next Israel Survey Tour

Raintuck-Stein Vows
Spoken at Temple Israel

Bielfield

Willens

the Federation and the Service
Group, and is an officer in the
mechanical trades division of the
campaign.
Mrs. Willens and Mrs. Beilfield,
also active in Federation work and
the campaign, will accompany
their husbands on the tour.
The group of Campaign leaders
will leave on Oct. 10 for New York
and will board an El Al aircraft
the same day for Rome. During
the three-day stay in Italy the
group will take a look at the re-
ception centers of the Joint Distri-
bution Committee in Naples.
On Oct. 14 the tour will fly to
Tel Aviv for a reception by Israel
officials and a look at programs of
the Jewish Agency and Joint Dis-
tribution Committee. The tour ends
in Israel on Oct. 26.
A few openings on the tour are
left, according to Sol Drachler,
assistant director of Federation
who is serving as tour director.
People interested in going with the
group may get further information
by calling him at WO 5-3939.


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THE LIGHT TOUCH
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o
Oriental Israeli Youth

Embark on New Venture • •

NEW YORK—Thirty-two Israeli •
Holly Susan Stein and Jeffrey

Gilbert Faintuck were married youngsters began an educational •
Saturday evening in a ceremony at experiment this month which •
Temple Israel, Rabbi S. Robert
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They call it "politician's
Syme and Cantor Harold Orbach could open doors to learning for •

flu," because you get it
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officiated.
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school population from Oriental •
Parents of the couple are Dr. backgrounds.


and Mrs. Benjamin H. Stein, 13109

Husbands are like fires:
Sponsored
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Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Faintuck, cil of Jewish Women, the project •

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19191 Hartwell.
The bride wore a gown of Alen- to raise the educational level of •

con lace over peau de soie, with disadvantaged youngsters in Is- •
Friend of ours knows he's
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Mrs.
Joseph
Willen
of
New

a
tiered
A-line
skirt
with
Empire
no self-starter — so he

bodice and lace capelet sleeves. York City, national president of •
married a crank . . .
Her cathedral veil of French illu- the Jewish women's educational •
sion was fastened to a cap of and service organization, an- •

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matching lace.
nounced that the children are the
Barbara Ann Faintuck, sister of first of two special groups to enter
the bridegroom, served as maid of the NCJW-built Hebrew University
honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. High School, practice teaching cen-
Robert Braitman, Mrs. Sharon ter for the John Dewey School of
Stamell and Hannah Stein.
Education of Hebrew University
Best man was Stuart Stein, in Jerusalem. Another 32 pupils
brother of the bride. Lawrence will enroll in the program next
Benjamin, Stan Gorman, Cliff year.
Gorov, Gary Rosenblum, Alan Sil-
"Most of the children are from
ver and Robert Stein, brother of Turkish, Moroccan, Iraqi and Per-
the bride, served as ushers.
sian families," Mrs. Willen ex-
After a honeymoon trip to Chi- plained. "Many will be the first
cago the couple, will reside in in their families to receive more
Royal Oak. than an elementary education."


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