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June 28, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-28

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Lash-Bo ger Nuptials



relleldatAdas Shalom

omen's Itubs

Music study club saw Mrs. Jo-
seph M. Markel elected president
at its recent annual meeting. Mrs.
Markel, who succeeds Mrs. Louis
P. Miller, is a former president of
the group, having served for two
terms 14 years ago. She is secre-
tary of the Mo'os
Hitim Organiza-
tion, and an or-
ganizer and past
president of the
Michigan Branch
of the National
V4romen's League,
United Syna-
gogue of Ameri-
ca. Also elected
were Mesdames
MRS. MILES LASH
Henry Gall, Ben
Linda Pauline Borger, daughter Meckler, Jacob
of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Borger of Sauls, and Harv-
Wales Ave., Huntington Woods, ey Sibrack, vice
and Myles Perry Lash, son of Mr. presidents; Jack
and Mrs. Irving Lash of West- B. Simons, Ber- Mrs. Markel
hampton Ave., Southfield, were nard Nathan and George Bassin,
united in marriage at a recent secretaries; and Herman Bogin,
ceremony at Adas Shalom Syna- treasurer. Elected to the board for
gogue. Rabbis Jacob E. Segal and a two-year term were Mesdames
Benjamin H. Gorrelick officiated. Seymour Bodner, Bernard Rollin
The bride wore a gown of peau and Felix Rosenwach; for a one-
de soie under a cage of point year term, Mesdames Theodore
d'esprit and Venice lace. It was Powers, Max Reich and Morris
fashioned with a square neckline, W. Stein.
*
short sleeves and a detachable
NORTHWEST
CHABAD
train that fell to chapel length. STUDY GROUP NSHEI
will meet 3 p.m.
The headdress was a matching
half crown to which was attached Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Goldberg, 18516 Kentucky.
a shoulder-length veil of silk illu- Eugene
be Mr. Goldberg.
sion. The bride carried Phalaenop- The speiklker will
* *
sis and roses on her confirmation
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
Bible.
Serving as matron of honor was WELFARE ORGANIZATION and
the bride's sister, Elizabeth War- NORTH WOODWARD BRANCH
nick. Susan Schneyer, Suzanne will meet noon Monday at Cong.
Pregerson and Sarita Lash, sister Ezras Achim. A dessert lunch will
of the bridegroom, were brides- be served.

maids.
Harvey Lash, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man. Ber-
nard Rosenblum, Michael Freed-
man, Paul Rein and Steven Lash,
brother of the bridegroom, served
as ushers.
Following a honeymoon in Toron-
to, the couple will reside in Ann
Arbor, where Mr. Lash will attend
the University of Michigan.

PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will hold an executive meet-
ing for the new officers 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs. Joseph
Rodman, 14270 LaBelle, Oak Park,
announces President Mrs. Sam
Nadek. Luncheon will be served.
Final plans will be made for the
Israel Emergency Fund garden
party.
* * *
SISTERS OF ZION MIZRACHI
will hold its victory luncheon noon
Wednesday at Beth Tefilo Tikvah
Emanuel Synagogue. A detailed
report on the donor event and
Mizrachi current events will be
given.

! I WHY WORRY I

Leave Everything to Us

WYN and HAROLD LANDIS

HOME CATERING

Phone

EL 6-8411

• STYLE
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• BEAUTY

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Blake's 'Disraeli' in Anchor Volume

"Disraeli" by Robert Blake, the
definitive, model historical biog-
raphy, was published by Anchor
Books as a 770-page paperback.
Born in London in 1804, eldest
son of Isaac D'Israeli, of Jewish
origin, Benjamin Disraeli rose to
"the top of the greasy pole" of
British politics. The author ad-
monishes that "it is possible to
overestimate the obstacles in his
way and underestimate the assets

*

*

he possessed." Yet his climb to
power was a long, tortuous path,
and along the way we discover
the many facets of this fascinating
historical figure: politician, states-
man, raffish socialite, novelist and
wit.
The biography is enriched with
details of Disraeli's public and
private life, his speeches, letters
and novels, his journeys, his
friendships and his loves.

■■■■•■•••11■11.

OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Y. M. Kagan, 23410 Geoffrey,
Oak Park. The speaker will be
Rabbi Kagan.

*

UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY GROUP will
meet 4 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. Chaim Rosenberg, 19335
Lesure. The guest speaker will be
Rabbi Shaiall Zachariash.

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WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM
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elected president, Mrs. David Ber-
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R uthanne Pickman Wed
to Arvin Jay Pearlman

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Detroit Coed to Work
in Israel for JDC

Fifteen American Jewish college
upperclassmen left the U.S. last
week for summer work-study as-
signments in Israel, Italy and
Iran, it was announced by the
Joint Distribution Committee.
Marjorie Hauser of Detroit, who
attends Stephens College in Colum-
bia, Mo., is going to Israel on the
program.
JDC receives its funds from the
campaigns of the United Jewish
Appeal.
Some of the students will be
assigned to children's centers, old
age homes and other JDC-support'
ed installations. Others will be
counselors in camps.

e

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MRS. ARVIN PEARLMAN

At Adas Shalom Synagogue,
Ruthanne Pickman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pickman of
Wrexford Dr., Southfield, was mar-
ried recently to Arvin Jay Pearl-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Pearlman of Hartwell Ave.
The bride wore a gown fashioned
of peau de soie with Alencon lace:
Her headpiece, with applique lace
and seed pearls was attached to a
veil of silk illusion. The bride car-
ried orchids on her mother's
Bible.
The bride's sister, Mrs. Fred
J. Miller of San Francisco, was
matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Carol Bonin, Roberta Hu-
bert, Harriet Pearlman and Mrs.
Elizabeth Wauldron.
Dr. Ronald Rothenberg of Ocean-
side, Calif. was best man. Ushers
were Dr. Fred J. Miller, Richard
Canvasser, Joseph Fischer, Ronald
Foon, Charles Goss, Stephen Kap-
lan of New York, Warren Kiffer-
stein and Andrew Kramer. The
bride's brother, Michael L. Pick-
man, was the junior usher.
After a honeymoon in Toronto,
the couple will reside in Warren.

Karen Ellen Kahn and Barry
James Siegel were united in mar-
riage at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Rabbi Irwin Groner and Cantor
Jacob Sonenklar officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Kahn of War-
rington Dr. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Siegel
of Fairfield Ave.
After a honeymoon in Hawaii,
with stopovers in San Francisco
and Las Vegas, the couple will live
in Detroit.
The bride's gown of silk cloud
peau de soie was fashioned with
a detachable watteau train. Hand-
corded Alencon lace formed the
Empire bodice and long bridal
sleeves. Her silk illusion veil was
secured by a cluster of silk rose
petals and accented with Alencon
lace motifs. She carried her con-
firmation Bible with Stephanotis
and royal orchids.
Mrs. Robert Siegel was matron
of honor. Beth Anne Kahn served
her sister as maid of 'honor.
Bridesmaids were Belinda Lo-
Patin, Ada Snyder, Andrea Bron-
son, Mrs. Daniel Snyder and Mrs.
Marc Mellen. Wendy Siegel was
flower girl.
The best man was Bryon Siegel,
brother of the bridegroom. Ushers
were Lt. Joseph Feldman, Robert
Siegel, William Siegel, Richard
Siegel, Roger Siegel, Marc Mellen,
Skip Coville, David Coville, Robert
Kahn, and Martin Kahn. Marc
Siegel was ring bearer.

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