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January 09, 1970 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-01-09

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26 — Friday, January 9, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Eye Bank Gala to Benefit Needy in Israel

Buruyss-Stulberg T OWS Radomer Aid Society
said at Pontiac 71,„,p h, Slates Meeting, Social

Radomer Aid Society will hold
a meeting and social S p.m. Tues-
day in Workmen's Circle Center.
Discussion will center on the fifth
anniversary and the golden book.

Preparations for
the Iladassah Eye
Bank Gala, to take
place Tuesday at
Cong. Bnai David,
are under the su-
pervision of (from
left) co-chairmen
Mrs. Erwin Eichen
and Richard Rosen-
thal and chairman
of the day Mrs.
Leo Keeps. Guest
speaker will be
Libby Hillman, I ,
gourmet cook and ' •
authoress •

Nationally known gourmet cook
and authoress Libby Hillman will
appear at the Eye Bank Gala pre-
sented by the Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of Iladassah 12:15 p.m.
Tuesday at Cong. Bnai David.
Mrs. Hillman, author of "Les-
sons in Gourmet Cooking" and
"The Menu Cookbook for Enter-
taining," will give a cooking dem-
onstration and lecture, utilizing - a
fully equipped electric kitchen and
several large closed circuit TV
monitors. The program, "Company
Dinner for Four or Forty," will he
presented to Iladassah members
and their friends, Mrs. Leo Keeps,
chairman of the day, stated.
Admission to this event will be
one filled Eye Bank or a compar-
able contribution to be used for eye
research and treatment in Israel.
One eye bank or $6 will cure one
eye of blindness: two eye banks or
$12 will cure both eyes.
One of the most commbon causes
of blindness in the Middle East,
trachoma, hal been virtually elim-
inated. However, when the new
wave of immigrants from eastern
lands arrived they brought many
children suffering from this dis-
ease. The fight against eye disease
has been renewed with anti-Ira-
'choma mobile units traveling
around Jerusalem and suburbs to
examine the eyes of children and
to treat cases they discover.
Chapter eye bank co-chairmen
are Mrs. Richard Rosenthal and
Mrs. Erwin Eichen. Each of the
17 groups of Iladassah's Metro-
politan Detroit Chapter has its
own chairmen who may be con-
tacted prior to the event.
Group chairmen are: Birming-
ham, Mrs. Milford Golden and
Mrs. Myron Bakst; Business and
Professional. Ethel Elconin and
Mrs. Samuel Block; Evergreen,
Mrs. Alan Bressler; Franklin,
Mrs. Arthur Beckwith and Mrs.

Kahn-lrolfe Wedding
toTake Place in August

MISS ANDREA KAHN



Milton Heller; Greenfield•Schaefer,
Mrs. Harold Lachman and Mrs.
Milton Johnson; Heights, Mrs.
Warren Zweigel; Huntington Woods,
Mrs. Henry Adler, Mrs. Ray Witus
and Mrs. Harvey Rovner.
Livonia, Mrs. Stanley Iczkovitz;
Oak Park, Mrs. A. Holzman; Riv-
ercrest, Mrs. Max Lebowitz; Elea-
nor Roosevelt, Mrs. Paul Gould
and Mrs. Arnold Blau; Sharon,
Mrs. Joe Tillinger and Mrs. Mark
S a i d m a n; Sherwood-University
East, Mrs. Joseph Eder, Mrs. Hy-
man Silverman and Mrs. Bernard
Linden; Sunday afternoon, Marilyn
Klein; Henrietta Szold, Mrs.
Charles Jacobson and Mrs. Harry
Krohn; Towers, Mrs. Wall Fried-
man; and Village, Mrs. Edward
Blau and Mrs. Julius Ring.
Cake and coffee will be served.
There will be souvenir programs
with Libby Hillman's menu and
recipes prepared during the pro-
gram.

Susan Esther Facktor
Mt?' in Kalamazoo

Some 40,000 babies are born
every year with Rh incompatibility
disease, reports the March of
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OUR TWICE A YEAR

MRS. BRADLEY BURGESS

In a ceremony at Temple Beth
Jacob in Pontiac, Rochelle Stulberg
became the bride of Bradley Bur-
gess. Rabbi Philip Berkowitz offi-
ciated.
Parents of the couple are the
Max Stulbergs of Midway Ave.,
Southfield, and the Charles Bur-
gesses of Tempe, Ariz.

BEGINS A WHOLE WEEK
OF FANTASTIC SAVINGS

The bride wore a gown of satin
with peau de sole trim at the
neck, and an attached train. Her
matching lace cap featured an
illusion veil, and she carried or-
chids, Stephanotis and roses on a
Bible.

• DRESSES
• COATS
• SPORTSWEAR

Marcia Stulberg served her sis-
ter as maid of honor, and Sandra
Burgess, sister of the bridegroom,
was a bridesmaid. Susan Stulberg
and Janet Stulberg served as jun-
ior bridesmaids.
Lee Major of Cleveland was best
man, and Jeff Cole of E. Lansing
was an usher.
After a honeymoon in Phoenix,
the couple is residing in Ann Ar-
bor, where both attend the Univer-
sity of Michigan.

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MRS. LESLIE WEINGARDEN

Susan Esther Facktor and Les-
I lie Alan Weingarden were married
recently in Congregation of Moses,
Kalamazoo, with Rabbi Samuel
I Levenberg officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Facktor of Rad-
cliffe Ave., Kalamazoo. Her hus-
band's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Weingarden of Camden Sq.,
Southfield.
! The bride wore an A-line bro-
cade gown with attached chapel
train, long sleeves cuffed in white
mink and a mink pillbox which
held a heath-coat illusion veil. She
carried a cascade of roses.
Mrs. Roger Isabelle of Palm
Springs was honor attendant.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Michael
Facktor of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Ellis
Roth, sister of the bridegroom,
Mrs. Ronald Facktor of Laurel,
Md., Sharyn Gottlieb of Kala-
mazoo and Andrea Wolf.
Lawrence Abramson was best
man. Ushers were Dr. Michael
Facktor, brother of the bride, Ellis
Roth, Ronald Facktor, brother of
the bride, William Lester of Sev-
erna Park, Md., and Michael Kil-
lian.
The couple left for a three-week
tour of Europe and on their return
will live in Troy.

Mr. and Mrs. David D. Kahn of
Borgman Ave., Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Andrea Lynn to Law-
rence Allan Wolfe, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Wolfe of Ridgedale
Ave., Oak Park.
The bride-elect is a senior in
the college of education at the
University of Michigan. Mr. Wolfe,
A new vaccine now makes it
a graduate of Wayne State Uni- possible to eliminate Rh incompati-
versity, attends Detroit College of bility disease, which is a major
cause of birth defects, according
Law.
An Aug. 23 wedding is planned. to the March of Dimes.

Dr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Kana
gur of Cherrylawn Ave. announce
the engagement of their daughter
Caren Ilene to David C. Worel, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Worel of
Stansbury Ave. Mr. Worel, a grad-
uate of Michigan State University,
received bachelor of science and
master of science degrees in for-;
estry. Miss Kanagur will receive '
her bachelor of science degree in
child development from MSU in
March. The we!..ling will take ;
place in May.

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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schugar
of Glastonubry Rd., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Susan Carol to Joseph H. Rosin,
son of Mrs. William Freedman of
Ann Arbor and Mr. David Rosin
of Sorrento Ave. The bride-elect
attends the University of Michi-
gan. Mr. Rosin will be graduated
from the University of Wisconsin.
A June 18 wedding is planned.

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