activities in Society
At a recent dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman D. Nudell of Pembroke
Ave. entertained their nephew Capt. Irving M. Sorscher, stationed at
the Holloman Air Force Base, N. M., and his mother, Mrs. Shirley
Sorscher. Capt. Sorscher was among the guests at the wedding of his
cousin, J. Howard Nudell, who married Linda Gail Kahldon. Others
from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Al Lash of Chicago, Mr. Stuart W.
Blackman and his fiance, Miss Sharon Castle of Skokie, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Roberts of Sorrento Ave. entertained at a
Palto Alto dinner party honoring the marriage of their daughter
Nancy to IA. David Y. Nanney Jr. Lt. Nanney's parents, Col. and Mrs.
David Y. Nanney, hosted a reception at the Faculty Club of Stanford
University, where Col. Nanney is on the faculty.
Accompanied by his wife and children, Manuel S. Simon, high
school supervisor at Temple Israel, has just returned from the annual
convention of the National Association of Temple Educators at the
Sheraton-Four Ambassadors Hotel in Miami.
Histadrut to Feature
Special Film Preview
The Histadrut Campaign will
feature a preview of the recently
released film, "New Frontiers,"
10:30 a.m. Sunday at the Labor
UHS Offers Classes
The Midrasha, College of Jewish
Studies, is offering two adult edu-
cation courses Wednesday mor-
nings, beginning Wednesday in the
United Hebrew Schools Superin-
tendent Albert Elazar will conduct
a class in contemporary Jewish
events 9:45 a.m.
"The Study of Jesus From the
Jewish Point of View" will be of-
fered by Dr. Benjamin L. Yapko,
associate superintendens of the
UHS at 11 am.
For registration, call the UHS,
DI 1-3407 or UN 4-1115.
Watching for school signs is a
good habit—cultivate it.
It is the extra "Little
Things" we give which
are so much appreciated.
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studio of photography
19492 Livernois Avenue
will hold its annual Students
Brunch 1 p.m. Sunday at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Norman Segal,
32080 Olde Franklin, Farmington.
Now Available !
For Any Occasion
Italian Singing Star
* SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ
IN WEDDING • BAR MITZVAH
CONFIRMATION AND PARTY
The number of banking outlets
will be doubled this year for the
special one-day distribution of the
official specimen set for the gov-
ernment of Israel's 1968 coins,
according to Joseph Milo, assistant
trade commissioner, government
On the day of issue, scheduled
for late February, approximately
1,000 banking offices in some 100
cities throughout the United States
and Canada will offer the specimen
sets, as compared to 500 banking
offices in only 50 cities last year.
'Locally, the coins will be available
at many National Bank of Detroit
Milo attributed the increase in
the number of outlets to "an in-
tense interest in the special fea-
tures of the 1968 specimen set,
Shop & Save More
II SUNDAY ONLY !
Green - 8 Center Only!
Greenfield - 8 Mile Rd.
SAVE MORE SUNDAY, JAN. 7TH !
(suit shown was $100)
regularly 80.00 now 40.00
teto vi $50
a regularly 60.00 now 30.00
1 /2 Price !
regularly 110.00 now 55.00
a Sunday Only
Double Banking Outlets
for Israel Coin Issue
Compromise With Detail
The Alpha Nu Parents Club of Students, their wives or dates, and
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity parents are invited.
Helene Horowitz- Wed 1111••11XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXII
to Richard Jay Martin
Sun. 12 to 5 p.m.
The color docum,ntary on Israel
after the Six-Da/War features
significant aspects of Israel today,
including life in kibutz Kfar Blum,
where Japanese faMilies are learn-
ing about the voluntary collective
system which may help solve some
of Japan's rural 'problems; and
students from other Asian and Af-
rican countries attending Hista-
drut's Afro-Asian Institute in Tel
This rally comes at the midway
point of the Detroit Israel Hista-
drut Campaign. Volunteers and
contributors are asked to complete
MRS. RICHARD MARTIN
their assignments and to turn in
their pledge cards at this time.
. 1Ielene Iris Horowitz became the
Breakfast will be served. No res- bride of Richard Jay Martin in an
ervations are necessary.
evening ceremony recently at Shaa-
Zedek Synagogue. Rabbis Benja-
min Gorrelick and Irwin Groner
French Jewish Orphans
Immigrate to Israel
The couple's parents are Mr.
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Ninety Jew-
ish orphans from France, ranging and Mrs. Seymour Horowitz of In-
Ave. and Dr. and Mrs. Peter
in age from 10 to 16, arrived in
Israel. Chairman of the Jewish A. Martin of Lincolnshire Rd.
a Puerto Rico honey-
Agency, Aryeh L. Pincus, director
of the Aliyat—Hanoar department, moon, the couple will reside in Ann
Yitzhak Artzi, and a group of Arbor, where the bridegroom at-
women soldiers attached to Zahal, tends medical school
The bride was gowned in silk-
received the youngsters at the
satin and Alencon lace. An Em-
waist and long sleeves
Upon deplaning, two of the or-
graced the lace bodice of the A-
phans kissed the ground and whis-
line gown, attached to which was
pered a prayer. Soon the rest of
a free-flowing lace panel ap-
the children repeated the dramatic
pliqued in satin. The chapel-
scene. The youthful, migrants were
train was removable. On
distributed to various points of
her confirmation Bible, she car-
Aliyat-Hanoar, where they will re-
ried three roses.
ceive an education. The Aliyat-
Maid of honor was Linda Bor-
Hanoar department anticipates the
arrival of similar groups from oth- ger, and bridesmaids were Cheryl
Sheri Tessler and sisters
er European countries.
of the bridegroom, Joan Martin
Today money still talks, but in and Mrs. Robert Dickman.
Best man was Bernard Preger-
a hushed up sort of way.
son. Serving as ushers were James
Satovsky, Steven Miller, David Ro-
senthal, Robert Dickman, Ronald
Green, Kenneth Foon, Myles Lash,
Raymond Deitch and Melvin Mus-
For the Ultimate in
There Can lio No
Friday, January 5, 1968-23
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Parents of Dentists Plan Student Brunch Sunday
regularly 125.00 now 62.00
regularly 180.00 now 90.00
shop worn. Outstanding values.
a Shop early !
coupled with a generally growing
interest for Israeli coinage among 81(
The 1968 specimen set will fea-
ture the 20th anniversary of the
State of Israel and the Holy City
regularly 160.00 now 80.00
Broken sizes / colors. Some
ALL SALES VERY FINAL
Sun.: 12 to 5 P.M.