THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, August 16, 1968
Rabbi Schostak to Wed
Miss Bobrowsky of NY
In honor of the 50th wedding an-
niversary of their parents, Mt.
and Mrs. Nachman Wenokur of
Mansfield Ave., Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Wenokur were host 'at a family
reception at their home, 13316 Tal-
bot, Huntington Woods.
Besides their son Lee, the Nach-
man Wenokurs have two daugh-
ters, Mrs. William (Jane) Kellman
of Saratoga, Calif., and Mrs. Mil-
ton (Ester) Ressler. They have
Mr. and Mrs. William Kellman
and their two children came from
California to attend the golden
The Mordecai Gutmans
Reside in New York
MISS TAMARA BOBROWSKY
Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Bobrowsky
of Forest Hills, N.Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Tamara to Rabbi William Scho-
stak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexan-
der Schostak of Winchester Dr.,
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Stern College of Yeshiva Univer-
sity. Rabbi Schostak was ordained
at the Hebron Rabbininical College
in Jerusalem and holds an MA
in guidance and counseling from
the University of Detroit.
A fall wedding in Forest Hills is
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Late registration for kindergar-
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held at Hillel Day School through
ter of the school, and Mrs. Robert
Aug. 30, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Kasle, principal of general studies,
The children to be enrolled in will be available for parents' con-
kindergarten must have attained sultation during registration hours.
their 5th birthday by next Jan. For information, call the school
31. Those entering the first grade office, 548-8224.
are to be 6 years old by this date.
The school offers eleinentary and
junior high education in Hebrew
and general studies from kinder-
garten through 9th grade. The gen-
eral studies program is accredited
by the state of Michigan, and the
courses in the Hebraic department
include modern Hebrew, Bible, Jew-
is history, customs and ceremonies
and s y n a g o g u e skills. Special
BY BERNARD H.
courses in the Hebraic 'department
include art, music, physical educa-
tion, home economics, speech
MRS. ALLAN FRAIBERG
therapy and talent education.
Transportation is available for
Nancy Ellen Zeiger became the
bride of Allan David Fraiberg in
a ceremony performed Sunday at
Temple Israel. Officiating were
Rabbis Leon Fram, M. Robert
Syme and Moses Lehrman and
Cantor Harold Orbach.
After a wedding trip to Mexico,
the couple will live in Detroit.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Maurice Zeiger of Harding Ave.,
Private and Commercial Shows
Oak Park, and the late Mr. Zeiger.
The bridegroom is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Paul L. Fraiberg of
Stuart Zeiger gave his sister in
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza with appliques of imported
lace and seed pearls.
Mrs. Sidney Feldman served
as her sister's matron of honor,
and Enid Fraiberg, sister of the
bridegroom, was maid of honor.
Carol Heideman, sister of the
bride, Judy Fraiberg, Iris Blatt,
Lynn Schwenger and Harriett
Glassman w e r e bridesmaids.
Mindy Sue Feldman was flower
Elliott Fraiberg was his broth-
er's best man. Ushers were Walter
Zeiger, brother of the bride, Sid-
ney Feldman, Michael Heideman,
Gary Kaplan, Jeffrey Shillman
and Michael Slobasky.
MRS. MORDECAI GUTMAN
Marilyne Sue Smith recently be-
cathe the bride of Lt. Mordecai
Gutman at Temple Israel. Rabbi
M. Robert Syme and Cantor Har-
old Orbach officiated.
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Smith of Gil-
chrest Ave., Farmington, and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Gutman of West
After a Puerto Rican honey-
moon, the newlyweds are at home
at Plattsburgh Air Force Base,
The bride wore an A-line prin-
cess gown of silk organza over taf-
feta with panels of imported
French Guipure lace. A matching
Camelot headpiece held her finger-
tip veil. Her bouquet, of roses and
ivy, was mounted on the bride's
Marc Smith, brother of the
bride, escorted the bride's grand-
mother, Mrs. Sarah Smith of Chi-
cago, in the ceremony.
Michael Zieky of W. Hart-
ford was best man. Jerry Cap-
lan, Elliot Millstein, Itzah
Schoolnik, Nolan Gershenzon
and Abraham Selesny served as
Susan Reznik was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Anna
Gutman, sister of the bridegroom,
Vicki Schwartz, Mauria Gershen-
zon, Jacqueline • Gilson and Randy
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The Allan Fraibercrs
Honeymoon in Mexico
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second year, which approached the
Jewish center for use of its camp
Gilbert Cohen, president of the
center, said the 200 children will
use Camptown facilities on a rotat-
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registered in the Christian-spon-
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