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August 23, 1968 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-23

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22—Fridt.;

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

2.3st 23, 1968

Brothers, Gerald and Martin Cook. to _Lllarry

MISS BARBARA POLLACK

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pollack of
Westland Ave., Southfield, an-
, nounce the engagement of their
daughter Barbara Suzanne to Ger-
; aid Sanford Cook, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Cook of Wildwood Ave.,
Oak Park.
Miss Pollack holds a bachelor's
degree in biology and was awarded
a Allis doctor degree by Wayne
State University's school of law,
where she was affiliated with Phi
Delta Delta legal sorority. Her
- fiance is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan and holds
membership in Phi Beta Kappa
- honorary society. He received his
bachelor of law degree from the
Harvard Law School.
An Oct. 26 wedding is planned.

MISS MICHELLE WEINBERGER

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin J. Weinberger
of Beverly St., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Michelle to Martin S. Cook, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cook of Wild-
wood Ave., Oak Park.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Wayne State University and is
affiliated with Kappa Delta Soror-
ity. Mr. Cook is a senior in busi-
ness administration at Wayne and
affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu
Fraternity.
Plans are being made for a Dec.
14 wedding.

Susan Ruda Engaged
to Lawrence Rothstein

Must Seligman Rites
Set fo r Ea rlyNovember

-

Gerald T. Sterns Take Mrs. A. Rosenberg Radomer Aid Society
Install Its Officers
Honeymoon in Catskills to Establish Nahla to Radomer
Aid Society will hold

To again h_elp in Israel's recla- its annual installation ceremony
mation of its new border areas, on
which the Jewish National Fund 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Work-
is working in cooperation with the men's Circle Center.
New officers are president, Na-
Israeli Army, Mrs. Aaron Rosen-
berg has undertaken to establish than Wolok; vice president, Mrs.
a new nahla of 1,000 dunams of Reta Ager; secretaries, Mrs. Shir-
land (500 acres) to be reclaimed ley -Finkel and Mrs. Lillian Katz;
by her in memory of her late hus- treasurer, Mrs. Esther Wolok;
band and in honor of her children. trustees, Mrs. Bessie Adler and
In 1959, Mr. and Mrs. Rosen- Charles Alfield; sergeant-at-arms,
berg had established a nahla in Samuel Slakter; sunshine commit-
Israel, the settlement to be known tee, Mrs. Esther Halpern and Mrs.
as Nahlat Aaron v'Chaya Rosen- Ray Neiman; and honorary ceme-
tery chairman, Nathan Wolok.
berg.
Entertainment and refreshments
Also planted nine years ago by
their children was a Rosenberg will be featured.
Forest on Jewish National Fund
land in Israel, plus a grove by the
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Rosenbergs.
In recognition of her unlimited
;S. GERALD STERN
efforts on behalf of JNF, the
At Cong. Bnai Moshe Monday, Women's Auxiliary of Jewish Na-
Benee Suzanne Lieberman, daugh- tional Fund at a recent meeting
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Lieber- paid tribute to Mrs. Rosenberg.
man of Vassar Dr., was married
to Gerald T. Stern, son of Mrs.
Mollie Stern of Mark Twain Ave.,
A BEAUTIFUL
and the late Mr. Morris I. Stern.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman and Cantor
Louis Klein officiated.
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roses and orchids on her confirma-
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Eleanor Stern, sister of the
bridegroom, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Marsha Peitz,
Barbara Finkel and Elaine Gal.
insky. Kyle Lieberman, sister of
the bride, and Linda Stein were
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Stephen Friedman was best
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man. Cary Black, Marshall Lasser,
Jerald Kayne and Dr. Robert Men-
delson were ushers.
Also participating in the cere-
mony were grandparents of the
couple, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Grossberg, Mr. Samuel Stern and
Mrs. Lena Trepel, and the bride-
groom's uncle, Dr. Julian Stern.

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Social Security
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ruda of Values to Youth
Avon Ave. announce the engage-1
ment of their daughter Susan to I Noted by Test

MISS SUSAN RUDA

MISS MADELON MUST



Lawrence Robert Rothstein, son of

Today's young workers can look

Patton Ave.
Miss Ruda and her fiance, a
senior at Wayne State University,
where he is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi Fraternity, are plan-
ning a March wedding.

retirement benefits worth consid-
erably more than the total they
will pay into social security to-
ward that retirement protection,
Sam F. Test, district manager of
the Detroit-Northwest, social se-
curity office, stated.
In addition, they have survivors
and disability insurance under so-
cial security that many mean as
much as $75,000 to $100,000 in pay-
ments to an individual family,
should the worker die or become
disabled for work before • retire-
ment.
As an example, he cited the
situation of a young man, who has
just now started to work at age 22
and earning 7,800 a year, the
maximum amount now covered by
social security. Suppose he works
and pays social security contribu-
tions until he is 35 and then dies in
an auto accident, leaving a wife,
32, and two children, age 3
and age 5..
His social security contributions
by that time, Test said, will have
amounted to $4,790. If you add
compound interest of 3% per cent
per year, on the assumption that
he would have invested those con-
tributions, the total would come
to $6,080.
The surviving family would upon
the death of the husband and fa-
ther become eligible for monthly
benefits of $434.40. The value of the
benefits that would be paid over
the years is about $63,000, or more
than 10 times the value of his so-
cial security contributions up to
the time of his death.

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Must of
forward to getting social security
-- Harding Ave., Oak Park, announce Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rothstein of

the engagement of their daughter
Madelon to Louis Seligman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilinsky of
Toledo, and the late Mr. Maurice
Seligman.
The wedding is set for Nov. 2.

DAYEN1

BY HENRY LEONARD

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but now 'Man Is Dead'
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