26—Friday, November 3, 1963
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah Dinner
to Be 'Triple Hai' Celebration
The annual dinner of the Busi-
nessmen's Council of Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah, to be held 6 p.m.
Nov. 17 at Cobo Hall, has been
designated as a "Triple Hai"
Dinner celebrating the Yeshiva's
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah, which
combines in its program both He-
brew and general studies, will
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Leipzig of
Ohio Ave. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Lyla Jeanne
to Dr. Joseph Shore, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Shore of New
York. The bride-to-be holds an MD
degree from the University of
Michigan and a PhD from Wayne
State University. Dr. Shore re-
ceived his BS from Cornell Uni-
versity: his PhD from Rutgers
University; and completed post-
doctoral fellowship at Nobel Medi-
cal Institute, Stockholm. The wed-
ding is planned for Dec. 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lederman
of Indiana Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Sema
Esther to Alan Moss. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Moss of Leemoor
Dr., Southfield. The bride is a
graduate of the University of
Michigan and is now furthering
her studies at Washington Univer-
sity. Her fiance holds BA and MA
from Wayne State University.
They plan to marry Dec. 29.
Weizmann Society The `Hanuka Coffee' .. .
Maxwell House Coffee, long a
Plants Memorial Garden
A garden of frees in memory of favorite in Jewish homes, is the
j ii ill Reside in Chicago Fannie
holiday coffee. The
Rosenberg will adjoin a
benefit from proceeds of the
Guest speaker will be the new
dean of the Yeshiva, Rabbi David
M. Lieberman. Before coming to
Detroit Rabbi Lieberman was on '
the faculty of Yeshivath Or Israel:
in Chicago and principal of the
Beth Jacob School and Aire Crown
Girls High School there.
Guest artist will be television
personality Alan Chester, who
will be performing in Detroit for
the first time.
A special feature of the banquet
will be the presentation of Golden
and Silver Tora Awards to mem-
bers of the community in recogni-
tion of their service in behalf of
the Yeshiva and other Jewish
Hillel Abram s, president of
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah. will
present the Gol-
•:rt den Tora Award
to Meyer Wein-
are David J.
Weingarden Sherr is general
chairman of the dinner.
Tr -City Dinner
to Honor Leader
grove planted earlier in the name makers of Maxwell House are old
of her late husband, Louis, by the hands in the art of blending coffee.
Chaim Weizmann Society.
At its meeting Monday evening,
the society was presented with a
Jewish National Fund certificate
by Percy Kaplan, executive direc-
tor of Detroit JNF. He was intro-
duced by Mrs. Rosenberg's brother,
Joshua Joyrich. Mr. Rosenberg
was first president of the society
and its honorary president at the
time of his death.
For Hanuka dinner Mother can
use Philadelphia Cream Cheese in
a rich, creamy cheese cake, or for
MRS. MILTON STERN
In a recent ceremony at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, Barbara Lynn
Shoskes and Milton Stern were
united in marriage. Rabbis Joshua
Sperka and Martin Teller and Can-
tor Louis Klein officiated.
Parents of the couple are Dr. and
Mrs. Morris Shoskes of Adrian Rd.,
Southfield, and Mr. Nick Stern of
Kentucky Ave., and the late Mrs.
The newlyweds are making
their home in Chicago, where the
couple attends school.
The bride wore her mother's
wedding gown of imported antique
satin with scalloped neckline and
hand-embroidered pearl s, long
pointed sleeves and cathedral-
length train. Her imported French
silk illusion veil was secured by
her mother's crown tiara of hand-
embroidered matching pearls. She
carried a cascade of orchids on
I Renee Shoskes was her sister's
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Rochelle Westheimer, Terry Bell
of Chicago and Cynthia Schiller.
Donald Stern served as his broth-
er's best man. Ushers were Mi-
chael Baron, Barry Bell of Chi-
cago, Teddy Swartzenfelt, Joseph
Bricker and Melvin Boyer.
Dr. and Mrs. Jack J. Freedland
of Coventry Woods Ln.. Southfield,
Preparations are being complet-
announce the engagement of their ed for the Israel 20th anniversary
daughter Eileen Karen to Lawr- dinner honoring Gerald A. Gold-
ence Mark Gerstein, son of Mr. farb, Tri-City businessman and
and Mrs. Irving Gerstein of Plain- communal leader, 7 p.m. Nov. 16
view. L.I. The Jewish News re- in the Empire Sky Room, Bay
grets the Gerstein address was City. The dinner will be on behalf
incorrectly listed in last week's of State of Israel Bonds.
Goldfarb has been a resident of
Saginaw for nearly half a century.
He was a founder of the Jewish
Welfare Federation of Saginaw.
serving two years as its president
and was a member of the board
SOLOMON-NADLER: Toni Hel
from the time of its inception until ene Nadler and Harvey Jay Solo
mon recently exchanged wedding
Soon after his arrival, he be- vows at Cong. Bnai Moshe. Rabbi
came an active member and
Moses Lehrman officiated. The
leader of Temple Beth El and bride is the daughter of Mrs. Betty
Cong. Bnai Israel. He is an hon- Nadler of Schaefer Rd. and the
orary member of the Saginaw late Mr. Meyer Nadler. Mr. Solo-
Jewish Center and of Temple mon is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bnai Israel, and the men's club,
David Solomon of Gardner Ave.,
which elected him as its first
Oak Park. Following a honeymoon
president. He is still a board in Canada, the newlyweds are
member of the men's club. He making their home in Detroit.
has been active on behalf of
Israel and Israel Bonds for many
CARSON-MAKIE: The marriage
of Debra S. Makie to Louis A.
Heading the program at this Carson is announced by her par-
affair will be Emil Cohen, humor- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Makie
of Santa Clara Ave. The bride-
Joseph Hirschfield of Bay City groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
is general chairman, and Dr. Mil- Herman A. Carson of W. Outer
ton J. Miller is dinner chairman. Dr. They plan to reside in South-
MRS. JOSEPH BURNSTEIN
The dinner is sponsored by the Tri- field.
In a recent ceremony at Cong. City Committee for State of Israel
Ahavas Achim, Myra Susan Rosen, Bonds.
For reservations contact Dr. PGASP Folk Dance
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Rosen of Coolidge Ave., Oak Park, Miller. 414 Center, Bay City. 'IV to Be Fourth Annual
PGASP, young-adult singles
became the bride of Joseph Allan 2-7343.
group, will hold its fourth annual
Burnstein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Folk Dance Festival
Morris Burnstein of Ardmore Ave. Partnership of Marriage
7:30 p.m. Sunday in the Adas
Rabbi Milton Arm and• Cantor
Shalom social hall.
Topic for Engaged
Simon Bermanis officiated.
Instructprs from the Internation-
The bride wore an Empire-line
The Jewish Institute for Brides
gown of silk organza with scat- and Grooms announces the third a1 Institute will demonstrate and
ldped re-embroidered - lace along lecture in the fall series; "The participate in folk dances from
the neckline and the train. A pill- Partnership of Marriage," will various countries. Along with the
take place 8:30 p.m. Wednesday dancing there will be a sing-along
box held her illusion veil.
I hootenany. Anyone age 21-35 is in-
Barbara Rosen served as her at -Cong. Bnai David.
Leading the discussion will be vited to bring along guitars, musi-
sister's maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Rita Starr, Sandy Rabbi Yitzchok M. Kagan; public cal instruments and comfortable
Goldsmith and Tobie Kahn. Elaine relations officer for the Chabad- shoes. There will be an admission
. Lubatritch Organization and mod- charge. Refreshments will be
Weinenger was flower girl.
Sandy Burnstein was his brother's erator of the "Lubavitch Jewish served.
best man. Marc Rosen, Joseph Hour" weekly radio program on
Starr, Michael Goldstein and Barry WKNR. Rabbi Kagan, who lectures Women's League Convention
NEW YORK—Mrs. Sol Henkind
Goldsmith were ushers. Adam on college campuses around the
Rosen served as ring bearer. Mrs. country, is the author of the pub- of Scarsdale, N.Y., president of the
Women's League of the
Joseph Weinenger, grandmother of lication, "A Thought for the
I United Synagogue of America, an-
the bridegroom, also participated Week."
The lecture is open to all en- ! nounces that the biennial conven-
in the ceremony. •
•;After a honeymoon in Miami gaged Jewish couples. Coffee and tion of the league will be held Nov.
are served during the in- 17-21 at Concord Hotel, Kiamesha
Beach, the couple will reside' in
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