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Radomer Aid Society will hold
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day, at the Workmen's Circle Cen-
ter. Discussion will center on the
annual Simhat Torah party.
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Barbara Jo Hertzberg became
the bride of Peter Robert Kahn in
a recent candlelight ceremony at
Cong. Bnai David. Rabbi Hayim
Donin and Cantor Hyman Adler
Mrs. Kahn is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Herbert Hertzberg of
Kentfield Ave. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Kahn of Oneida Ave., Oak Park.
The bride's princess-style gown
was of silk .and worsted, beaded
in seed pearls and gold crystals.
It featured kaftan sleeves and a
chapel-length train. A. matching
headpiece held the elbow-length
silk illusion veil. She carried her
mother's lace-covered Bible, cov-
ered with orchids, Stephanotis
and sweetheart roses.
Matron of honor was the bride's
sister, Mrs. John Alter of Des
Moines. Bridesmaids were Linda
Bliefield, Mrs. Charles Crimmins
and Mrs. Sherwin Schneyer.
James Paul served as best man.
Ushers were David and Mitchel
Kahn, brothers of the bridegroom,
and John Alter. Honorary ushers
were Charles Crimmins and Sher-
Also in the wedding party were
the bride's grandparents, Mrs.
Louis Pershin, escorted by Jer-
ome Pershin, and Mr. and Mrs.
After a San Francisco honey-
moon, the couple will reside in
TOWERS GROUP, Hadassah,
will hold a membership celebration
and petite luncheon, 12:15 p.m.,
Tuesday at the Carlyle Towers.
Mrs. Joseph Markel, program vice
president, will introduce Bruce
Schmidt and Ida Haskey, of the
Southfield Civic Library. who will
review "Love Story," "Youth
Against the World" and "Count-
Down in the Holy Land." New and
life members will be honored. On
the committee are Mesdames Ber-
nard Cooper, Herman Kass, Rose
Dorman and Allen Sloan. Members
and guests will be greeted by Mrs.
Samuel Levitt, president.
• • •
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
will begin its Book Review and
Breakfast Series 11 a.m. Monday
with Dr. Leon Fram's review of the
best seller, "Mr. Samler's Planet"
by Saul Bellow. Breakfast will be
served at 10 in the social hall.
Speakers at future breakfasts will
include Mrs. Harold Orbach, Sherri
Wasserman, Rabbi David Hachen
of Cleveland, Mrs. Harry Oberstein
and Dr. M. Robert Syme. Tickets
for the series may be purchased at
the door or by calling the temple
office, UN 3-7769. Mrs. Bernard
Linden is book review chairman.
• • •
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold a holiday meeting noon
Wednesday at the Carlyle Towers,
Southfield. Yetta Landy will speak
on "The Beginning of the United
Nations." Former Detroiters Rose
Yendick and Lillian Varnen will be
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a legislative
meeting and luncheon noon Oct. 28
honoring Mrs. Aaron Mason and
hosted by Mrs. Lillian Lublin, 9511.
Lauder. State Rep. Jack Faxon,
who is running for the state Senate
from the 15th District, will speak.
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet noon
Monday in the recreation room of
the Carlysle Towers, Southfield.
Luncheon hostesses will be Mrs.
Norman Adilman and Mrs. Morris
More than 60,000 immigrants to Knopper. Guests are welcome.
Israel are exected in 1970.
WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM OR-
bold a paid-up
membership social noon Monday at
the Point O'Woods Club House,
Southfield. Hostesses will be Mes-
dames Leo Lesser, Ben Leamon,
PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL CO.
Belle Shapero and Minnie Knop-
• • •
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will bold a Sukot meet-
ing noon Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Gerald Goldberg, 18484 Hil-
ton, Southfield. Guest speaker will
be Movsas Goldoftas, secretary of
the Farband City Committee and
educator. Guests are welcome.
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a luncheon meet-
ing, featuring Pioneer Women,
Council President Mrs. Sam Fish-
man, 12:30 p.m. Monday at the
home of Mrs. Myron Shiffman,
22335 LaGaronne, Southfield.
• • •
VILLAGE GROUP, Hadassah,
will hold a dessert luncheon 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Sharon Ruben, 17224 Jeanette,
Southfield. A skit on study groups
will be given by the education
committee, under the direction
of Mrs.. Bradford Jacobs, vice
president of education. For trans-
portation call Mrs. Jennie Sefton,
548-4190. Prospective members
• • •
Je.wISH CENTER WOMEN'S
HEALTH CLUB is holding open
house 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Oct. 27.
Slimnastics, barre exercise, jog-
ging, modern dance, swimming,
girth control, yoga and massages
will be featured. There will be
call the Center Women's Health
Club, DI 4-2000. Co-chairmen are
Mrs. Sidney Goldman and Mrs.
Louis G. Redstone.
• • •
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREEN-
FIELD Sisterhood will hold an
oneg Shebat 2:30 p.m. Saturday
in the suka of the synagogue, an-
nounces Mrs. Sol Hoberman, pres-
ident. Program chairman Mrs. Er-
vin Posner, will introduce Phyllis
Platt, who will sneak on her year
in Israel. Mrs. Shimon Klekeiplatz
will lead Hebrew songs. Hostesses
are Mesdames Arnold Eisenman.
Bert Schreiber, Herschel Schlussel
and Marilyn SchlusseL Guests are
• • •
EVERGREEN GROUP, Hadas-
sah, will hold its opening meeting
8 p.m. Tuesday , at Bnai David
Synagogue. Evergreen G r o u p,
which is an active part in Soviet
Jewry Week, will hear Mrs. D.
Mandlebaum, a veteran Hadassah
member and public speaker, give
an eye-witness account of Jewish
life in the USSR, having just re-
turned from a trip there.
Mr. Neal Bruss Takes
Miss Wissman as Bride
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GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, announces its annual
rummage sale will take place 9
a.m. to 4 p.m., Oct. 27-28 at the
Ferndale Women's Club. Proceeds
are for Israel. For pickup and in-
formation, call Mrs. Israel Weis-
man, EL 6-8038.
• • •
DETROIT JUNIOR CHAPTER,
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital, is having its
annual membership tea noon Wed-
nesday at the home of Mrs. Arnold
Schaefer, 6025 Northfield, Birming-
• • •
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, will hold an open
installation of officers 8 p.m. Mon-
day at Eureka Temple.
• • •
TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
TER, Women's American ORT,
will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Jerome Weiss, 25686
Grand Concourse, Southfield. A
staff member of "Contact 10" will
give a Falk following the meeting.
Guests are welcome.
. MRS. NEAL BRUSS
Elizabeth Patton Wissman and
Neal Howard Bruss were united
in marriage recently in a garden
ceremony at the home of the bride-
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
David Bruss of Shervilla Place,
Southfield. Rabbi Irwin Groner of-
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Wissman of Nine
Mile Rd., Farmington.
The bride wore a candlelight silk
gown with Empire waist and car-
ried roses of the same shade. She
was attended by her sister, Mrs.
John Buxton; and Kenneth Bruss,
brother of the bridegroom, was
The couple will reside in Ann