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July 09, 1971 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, July 9, 1971

They're New Brides

Junior Division
Offers Volunteers
Chance to Travel

The Junior Division of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation is offering
volunteers in its summer tutorial
program a chance to visit Detroit
area attractions - - the Belle Isle
children's zoo, Metropolitan Air-
port, Upland Farms and the De-
troit Zoo.
Tutors are needed for the pro-
gram for 100 children from De-
troit public schools. High school
and college students, teachers,
housewives and professional men
and women may volunteer for one,
two or three mornings a week.
Classes begin July 6 and will be
held Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
Thursdays until July 29 from 9:45
a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Volunteers may call Mrs. Lillian
Berstein, WO 5-3939 for informa-
tion, or program chairman Sheila
Glass, 356-7985.

Meatless

gig&

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THE

"FLAVOR
MAKER"

for spaghetti, noodles,
baked chicken, pot roast,
fish, omelets ...

There's a tempting recipe on
every can of Chef Boy-Ar-Dee's
matchless meatless sauces.
Three kinds: Mushroom, Mari-
nara and Meatless—all three rich
in real Italian ta'am. Keep all
three on hand for family pleasing
variety.

Chef Boy-Ar-Dee

JWF Youno. Leaders
Set Closing Meeting

The closing dinner meeting of
the Young Leadership Institute of
the Jewish Welfare Federation will
be held 6:30 p.m. Monday at the
Standard City Club.
Hyman Safran, chairman of the
executive committee of Federation
and its former president, will
speak. Thomas I. Klein, regional
chairman for the United Jewish
Appeal )(dung Leadership Cabinet,
also will be a guest of honor.
Stanley Berger, Harold Blumen-
stein, Dr. Conrad Giles and David
Hermelin are the planning com-
mittee.

Conversation should touch every-
thing but should concentrate itself
on nothing.—Oscar Wilde.

MRS. STEVEN WEINER

MRS. LESLIE GORBACK

MRS. JACK BELEN

Cynthia Avis Brand married Dr.
Steven Allan Weiner in a recent
ceremony at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Rabbi Irwin Groner and Cantor
Jacob Barkin officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney L. Brand of Essex
Way Ct., Southfield. The bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Weiner of Middle Village,
N.Y.
The bride wore her mother's
satin wedding gown with cathedral
train, long buttoned sleeves and a
deep-cut round neckline banded in
hand-made silk-petaled roses. The
long mantilla was banded with
re-embroidered Alencon lace and
held by a cap of matching lace. She
carried Calla lilies.
Janice Klein was maid of hon-
or. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Cole-
man Klein, Risa Berman, Mrs.
Vincent Durbin, Bonnie Morton
and Mary Schultz of Merric,
N.Y.
Richard Weiner, brother of the
bridegroom, was the best man.
Ushers were Gordon J. Brand,
Patrick Covington, Stanley Bro-
sowsky of Rego Park, N.Y., Kent
Christopher, Kristofer Kerbawy and
Peter Allen Jr.
Following a honeymoon in Cali-
fornia, the couple will reside in
Ypsilanti.

Linda Trudy Eliowitz and Leslie
Neil Gorback were married Mon-
day in a candlelight ceremony at
the Raleigh House. Rabbi Ben-
jamin Gorrelick officiated.
They are the children of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Eliowitz of
Pennington Ave. ; and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Gorback of Winchester
Ave., Southfield.
The bride's gown featured a
satin bodice, Empire waist and
sequins to the floor. She carried
long-stemmed yellow roses.
Susan Hoover, the bride's sister,
was the matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Joy Gorback, Marsha
Ellison, Lynn DeCamp, Vanessa
Pratt and Lynn Edwards. Debra
and Pamela Eliowitz were the
junior bridesmaids.
Ben Gorback served his brother
as the best man. Ushers were Gary
Weiss, Barry Woodrow, Neil Lef-
ton, Scot Greer and Jim Gell.
Following a honeymoon to
Europe, the couple will reside in
Warren.

Donna Carol Wolf became the
bride of Jack Elliott Belen in a
recent ceremony at Cong. Bnai
Moshe.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Wolf of W. Nine
Mile Rd., Southfield. Her husband
is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth K. Belen of Glenmorra Dr.,
Southfield.
Mrs. Robert Winnick, sister of
the bride, served as matron of hon-
or. Bridesmaids were Sheila Koe-
nigsberg, Mrs. William LaKritz,
Mrs. David Levy, Cheryl Stoler
and Maureen Winer.
Steven Belen served his brother
as best • man. Ushers were Bruce
Karp, David Cohen, Neil Bieder-
man, Ronald Blonder and Michael
Jeross. Robert Winnick, Jack Gor-
don Belen and Marc Bocknek
helped in seating the guests.
The newlyweds will reside in
Chicago.

Leslie Feller Becomes
Edward Atler

`Bowling Gig' for Singles

On Junior Division Board

BRAVERMAN

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KOSHER
S ME

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ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST

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.

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VEAL BREAST
Breast of Beef, Trimmed X6.79`
lb. 59'
YOUNG BEEF LIVER
CHUCK ROAST
lb 79'
CORNED BEEF
lb 98'
PICKLED TONGUE
lb 59'

For Sole—Beautiful, expen-
sive furniture with appliances,
pictures, lamps, dishes, drapes
and etc. to completely furnish
a 2 bedroom apartment or
home. Includes—kitchen, din-
ing room and living room
furniture.

All in new condition and
sold as a complete unit.

to be

Owner moving and will sacri-
fice all.

Also ; owners apartment is
available Oct. 1st or sooner at

WHITEHALL.

Move right in-no fuss.

PHONE

557-7767

Vive
L'Difference!

The Detroit Jewish Folk Chorus'
Translation
annual picnic takes place all day
Sunday at Oak Park Municipal
Greenfield Noodles are best
Park, area No. 4. In case of rain,
the picnic will be held at the Mu-
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Portraits by

MAKES THE FLAVOR!

Anyone Contemplating
Housekeeping!

Folk Chorus Sets Picnic

Alan Grass is serving a first
term on the board of directors
of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion's junior division. His name
was incorrectly spelled in the June
25 announcement of the board
elections.

as always fine
quality photography
Merrillivcod Bldg. Man
Birmingham
251 Merrill, cor. Woodward
647-5730

A nonprofit group of Jewish
single young adults, age 22-33, is
planning a "Bowling Gig" for 8:30
p.m. Sunday at the Ark West
Lanes, Southfield. The nominal
charge includes two games, shoes
and a party following.

NEWLY
WEDS!
Or

VICKIE CARROLL

sings

with the

S HELDON ROTT

orchestra
*** ••••
.........
••• ..... •
nal
• •
fessio
ro

Leslie Jean Feller and Dr. Ed-
ward J. Atler were married in a
recent ceremony in the Garden
Court Room, Hilton Inn, Ann Arbor.
Rabbi Bruce Warshal officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Irving Feller of Ann
Arbor. The bridegroom is the son
of Dr. and Mrs. Le Roy L. Atler
of Rock Ridge Ave., Birmingham.
Susan Feller, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. Brides.
maids were Mrs. Charles R.
Young, sister of the bridegroom;
Jill Oppenheim; Shari Alper;
and Ruth Sterner of Ionia.
Dr. Charles R. Young was best
man. Ushers were Dr. Howard B.
Miller of New York City. Kenneth
M. Bertin, Alan Wile and Neil
Atler.
Marcia Baum of Silver Spring.
Md.. was flower girl.
Following a wedding trip to Vir-
ginia, the newlyweds will live
Royal Oak.

Beanty is -a finer utility whose
end we do not see.
—Henry David Thoreau..

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tertain
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