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November 10, 1967 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-10

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Ha rwin-Karol Vows
Spoken in Bay City

Early Thanksgiving Deadlines

Because of Thanksgiving, there will be an early dead-
line for all copy for our issue of Nov. 24.
All news copy and photographs for that issue must be
in our hands before noon on Friday, Nov. 17.

All classified ads must be in our hands before 3 p.m. on
Tuesday, Nov. 21.

activities in Society

MRS. LAWRENCE HARW1N

Gowned in re-embroidered Alen-
con lace on English net, Maxine
Lois Karol became the bride of
Lawrence H. Harwin in an eve-
ning ceremony at Temple Israel
of Bay City. Rabbi Joseph Kratzen-
stein officiated.
The couple's parents are Dr. and
Mrs. Herbert Karol of Bay City
and Mrs. Gertrude H a r win of
Kingswood Dr. and Mr. Morris
Harwin.
The bride's gown was designed
with a coat effect, seed pearls dot-
ting the lace, long sleeves and
train. A shoulder-length veil was
attached to a pillbox of lace and
seed pearls. She carried a cascade
of Stephanotis and tea roses on
a Bible.
Jane Wolfson of Gladwin was
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Mrs. Robert Atlas, sister of the
bridegroom, Mrs. Richard Baker
of Lansing and Jane Mudie.
Jerry Harwin, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man. Ushers
were Robert Atlas, Lawrence Ber-
esh, Stewart Feldman, Clayton
Jerris and Frederick Karol of Bay
City, brother of the bride.
After a Puerto Rico and Miami
honeymoon, the couple will live in
Birmingham.

THE NEWEST

IN WEDDING • BAR MITZVAH
CONFIRMATION AND PARTY

‘Xccesso ries

More than 35 members of Temple Israel will journey this weekend
o Montreal to represent the congregation at the general assembly
of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the biennial
assembly of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, which
meet simultaneously Nov. 11-16. Morton H. Barris, temple president,
and past president Leslie R. Schmier, member of the board of trustees
of the UAHC, will head the delegation, while Mrs. Moe Traurig, sister-
hood president, leads the women. Frank L. Simons, administrator
of Temple Israel, already is in Montreal where he is participating in
the annual workshop conference of the National Association of Temple
Administrators, which began last Sunday. He and Mrs. Simons will
remain for the UAHC conference. Other delegates from Temple Israel
include Mrs. Barris, Mrs. Schmier, Dr. Leon Fram, Cantor and Mrs.
Harold Orbach, Messrs. and Mesdames Bernard E. Linden, David B.
Keywell, Harry L. Pliskow, Sam Rabinowitz, Ted Petok, Maurice
Stewart, Samuel W. Barr, Emanuel Bershad and Sam Wolf. Also Jack
Caminker, Paul Monchnik, Dr. Richard Kamil, Mrs. Elmer Raskin and
Norman N. Robbins. Sisterhood delegates, in addition to Mrs. Traurig,
are Mesdames Robbins, George Victor, Caminker, Harry Colton and
Kamil. Mrs. Monchnik, an officer of the Michigan State Temple Sister-
hoods, will attend as a delegate from MSTS. Cantor Arthur Asher,
Temple Israel's new educational director, although not officially a
convention delegate, will participate in a convention panel on "The
Religious School." Chairman of the session is Bernard Linden, past
school board chairman and now treasurer of Temple Israel. Cantor
Harold Orbach also will participate, officiating at the joint UAHC-
NFTS worship service Saturday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schwartz are at home in their new residence
on Appleton Ave. after their recent marriage solemnized by Rabbi M.
Robert Syme at Temple Israel. Mrs. Schwartz is the former Mrs.
Faye Blatnikoff. Members of the immediate family attended the cere-
mony and reception, after which the couple honeymooned in California.
At a meeting of the Cornfield Family Club, Jerome Kurtis was
elected president; Charles Cornfield, vice president; Alan Cornfield,
treasurer; Beverly Kurtis, recording secretary; and Marion Stein,
corresponding secretary.

Friday, November 10, 1967-23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MRS. IRVING BLUESTONE,
chairman of the Detroit Unit of
Recording for the Blind, Inc.,
Kresge Science Library, Room 310,
Wayne State University, attended
the organization's 13th annual con-
ference of unit chairmen in New
York. The Detroit Unit is one of

17 units throughout the United
States where the 3,900 volunteers
of the national, nonprofit organiza-
tion record textbooks needed by
blind and other physically handi-
capped students in colleges and
universities, as well as in elemen-
tary and high schools.

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Southfield Hadassah Readies Holiday Boutique

Plans are being completed for
Southfield Group Hadassah's an-
nual Holiday Gift Boutique 11 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Tuesday and 11 a.m. to
5 p.m. Wednesday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Coordinating and
planning the boutique are Mes-
dames Joseph Bittker, Eugene
Gottlieb, Ben Monast and Sam
Komarow.
Mrs. E. Newton Rottenberg,
president, announces that this
year's event will feature many
booths that were popular last year,
with several new ones. There will
be a selection of leather goods,
personalized stationery and party
needs, religious items, gift wrap-
pings, household articles and art
work, in addition to a bake sale.
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workshop display of gift items
such as paper flowers and knitted
hangers handicrafted by Hadassah
Women.
The "children's only" booth
again displays low-priced gifts
for youngsters to choose for
parents and friends. The late
afternoon and early evening
hours will make it possible for
husbands and children to attend.
Sandwiches and other refresh-
ments will be served in the "Stop
and Nosh Shoppe."
There is no admission charge,
and according to Mrs. Lawrence
Strager, fund-raising vice president
proceeds will be utilized for the
many facets of Hadassah's work in
Israel.
Committee women heading the
booths include Mesdames Phillip
Bittker, Gilbert Borenstein, Ben
Cummis, Lewis Fox, Sam Fried-
man, Bradford Jacobs, Eugene
Kahn, Bernard Klein, Richard
Levenson, Charles Randolph, Jer-
old Ruben, Jack Schneider, Sey-
mour Schwartz, Harry Shapiro, Leo
Sheiner, Murray Shekter, Alfred
Stein, Dale Weller, Norman Ziegel-
man and Morris Zucker.

Wedding

WEISMAN - KANES: Leslie
Kanes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin L. Kanes of Roslyn Rd.
was married to P. David Weisman,
son of Mr, and Mrs. Simon Weis-
man of Biarritz Circle, Oak Park,
Sunday afternoon at Cong. Shaa-
rey Zedek.

Sen. EUGENE J. MCCARTHY
of Minnesota has been named 1967
recipient of the "American-Israel
Friendship Award" of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America.
The award is presented annually
`to that person not of the Jewish
faith, who has contributed most
deeply to understanding between
the peoples of the U.S. and Israel."
Sen. McCarthy will receive the
citation at the opening public ses-
sion of the 42nd annual convention
of Mizrachi Women at Grossinger's
Hotel, New York, Dec. 11.



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