Abba Friedman Takes
Bride, Jane Lewis
Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority, Wayne State University, has welcomed
as pledges Susie Gavorin, Rena Harold, Ellen Krowitz, Joan Newman
and Nancy Umlau to the chapter. Members' mothers were honored
by their daughters at the annual Mothers Day Luncheon at Vannelli's.
Officers for the next school year are Soril Berris, president; Jackie
Horowitz and Barbara Richman, vice presidents; Linda Matlen and
Sharon Shore, secretaries; Rosanne Revich, treasurer; and Barbara
Yellen, pledge mother.
for Any Occasion
IN WEDDING • BAR MITZVAH
CONFIRMATION AND PARTY
S C H WA R T I
MISS JOAN GELB
Mr: and Mrs. William Gelb of
Vassar Drive announce the engage-
ment of 'their daughter Joan Ellen
to Steven Neal Green, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Henry Green of Coral
Miss Gelb attended the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin and now is a
senior at Wayne State University
and a member of Pi Lambda Theta
honorary sorority. Her fiance at-
tended the University of Florida
and is a junior in the school of
dentistry at the University of De-
troit. He is affiliated with Alpha
The wedding will take place July
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Michigan goes bn Daylight Sav-
ings Time as scheduled May 24,
it will still be light, and the wed-
ding will be delayed an hour.
With the 300 invitations already
sent, E. S. sent her problem to
Action Line in the Detroit Free
Veil Bride's Plans
Her problem is whether or not
it will be dark by 9 p.m. If
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Michigan's on-again off-again
decision on whether to stay on
Standard Time has caused prob-
lems with at least one young De-
troiter. Miss E. S. scheduled her
wedding for 9 p.m. Saturday, May
27, but the wedding cannot be
held until sundown, according to
Mary Elizabeth Lewis, sister of
the bride, served as maid of honor.
Mrs. Morris I. • Silverman was a
Morris I. Silverman was best
man. Ushers were Stephen J. Par-
zen, Jerome B. Greenbaum, Irving
Tukel and Aaron Goldstein.
• After a wedding trip East, the
couple will reside at Lafayette
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Action Line's reply was simple.
"Better have some reading ma-
terial around," they said, "you
may have an hours' wait."
The decision to stay on Standard
or move to Daylight Savings Time
rests with the board of canvassers
at its May 24 meeting. If the board
certifies the petitions to move to
Daylight Savings Time, the deci-
sion. would be put into effect im-
In that case, sunset would be
8:59 p.m. and the rabbis would not
allow the wedding to start until
9:40. There is also the chance
that the state might delay the
time changeover until midnight,
Sunday, May 28, the day after the
In case the changeover takes
place May 24, Action Line sent
Miss E. S. a "Fiddler .on the Roof"
album so that the guests may
listen to "Sunrise, Sunset" while
5:30 p.m. Sunday at Cong. Beth
Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Byrd
of Society Hill, S.C., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Vivian Ann to Steven J. Schwartz,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Schwartz of Muirland Ave. Miss
Byrd attended Kings Business Col-
lege, Charlotte, N.C. Mr. Schwartz
received degrees from the Uni-
versity of Michigan where he was
a member of Sigma Alpha Mu,
from Harvard Law School and the
Georgetown University Law Cen-
ter. An August wedding is planned
in Washington, D.C.
I Weizmann Society Fete
The Chaim Weizmann Society
I will hold its 15th annual banquet
Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.
GREEN-8 OPEN SUNDAY!
SHOP 12 TO 5 P.M.!
In honor of the graduation of Michael Kovel from Wayne State
University's medical school, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Samson
of Murray Hill Ave, will hold a party in his and his wife Judith's
MRS. ABBA FRIEDMAN
honor for the immediate family this weekend. Out-of-town relatives
Jane Allison Lewis, daughter of planning to attend are Mrs. Joseph Kovel, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Polsky
Mr. Bertram D. Lewis of Oakdale and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kovel of Rochester, N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs.
Blvd., Pleasant Ridge, and the late N. Cohen of Chicago,
Mrs. Lewis, and Abba Ian Fried-
The Project Hope Women's Division Ambassador Ball was held
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Saturday at the Statler-Hilton Hotel. Detroit was the first city in the
Friedman of Warrington Rd., were United States to have a women's division working for the Hope ship.
united in marriage May 7 at Cong. Mrs. Oscar Schwartz, Mrs. Herbert Bloom and Mrs. Russell Bauer
Shaarey Zedek. .
worked diligently to establish this women's wing, and on July 23,
Rabbi Irwin Groner and Cantor 1963, the women's division became a reality.
Reuven Frankel officiated.
Rabbi Manfred Pick, principal of Akiva Hebrew Day School, is
attending the 12th annual convention of the National Conference of
The bride wore a short gown
featuring a cage of hand-run Hebrew Day School Principals through Sunday at the Pioneer Coun-
Alencon lace with an open neck- try Club, Greenfield Park, N. Y.
Joan Gelb Betrothed .
to Mr. Green of Florida
Green - 8 Center Only!
Mrs. Frances Shayne, an active member of Club Kinneret, Pioneer
Women, was honored on the occasion of her 70th birthday at a sur-
prise luncheon given by her friends at Carl's Chop House. Mrs.
Shayne, who is also active in Sholem Aleichem Institute and Odessa
Progressive Aid Society, of which she is an honorary member, was
presented by the Council of Pioneer Women with an honorary certi-
ficate for her devotion to Moetzet Hapoalot and Child Rescue Fund
line and above-the-elbow sleeves
over a fitted sheath of peau de
soie. She wore a shoulder-length
veil of silk illusion, secured by
a cluster of miniature buds of
peau de soie. She carried a small
bouquet of orchids, Eucharist
lilies and Phalaenopsis.
Friday, May 19, 1967-23
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were 50 to 60 now 25 to 30
were 65 to 70 now 32 to 35
were 90 to 110 now 45 to 55
were 150 to 160 now 75 to 80
GREEN-8 OPEN SUNDAY
Green-8 Shopping Center, Greenfield/West 8 Mile
Mon., Thurs., Fri., and Sat. til 9 p.m.
SHOP SUNDAY 12 TO 5 P31.
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