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February 6, 1970

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THE WISCONSIN JEWISH CHRONICLE February 6, 1970 4' Home in Washington Awaits Dr. Florence Foreman, Dr. Wain Jane Abrahams and Mr. Bernf eld Engaged Allan Irving Bernf eld will "claim Miss Jane Armin Abrahams as his bride' April 5 at Congregation Janet Lee Bernstein Will Be June Bride Plans for a June wedding at Temple Shalom are being made by Miss Janet Lee Bernstein, Beth Israel Square Dance The Sisterhood and Men's Club of Congregation Beth Israel will host a square dance, with professional caller, on Sunday, Feb. 15, at 8 p.m, at the temple. No admission will be charged. Refreshments will be served. Friends, relatives and neighbors are welcome. er at Milwaukee Technical College; Mmes. Michael Freeman, Benjamin Malnekoff, Allan Rie-selbach, Edward Saltzstein and George Schwelling. Norman Adelman, executive director, reported an unprecedented year of service in which the Association provided 19,358 camper days to children, youth and adults of Milwaukee. The Association is a United Fund agency operating Camp Sidney Cohen and the Giving Youth a Chance program. In 1969 two new major services were also started a resident camping and work program for adolescent boys at the agency's northern woods camp, Lac Du Flambeau, and a Cooperative Day Camp which served hundreds of inner city children. 1: i . 1 Mrs. A. Melamed Heads Children's Outing Association Mrs. Abraham Melamed was elected president of the Children's Outing Association at the organization's annual meeting on Jan. 27 at its new office, 1136 E. North ave. Other elected officers include Mmes. Edward Levi, first vice-president; Donald Polacheck, second vice-president (just completed two years in office as president); Warren A. Phinney, recording secretary; Robert Kraus-kopf, corresponding secretary; Mr. Otto H. Schneider, treasurer. Newly elected corporation members for three year terms are Ralph Barnes, vice-president and general manager of WOKY; Atty. Sidney Podell; John Megan, teach Parkinson, III' and Dr. Robert Shapiro, all of New York. Both mothers chose hot pink silk worsted gowns Mrs. Foreman's enhanced by 'deep pink bugle beads, rhinestones and sequins, and Mrs. Weinberg's beaded with crystals and pearls. Completing the wedding party was the bride's paternal grandmother, Mrs.. Bessie Foreman, Chicago, who wore a hot pink dress adorned with seed pearls. After an extended honeymoon in the Orient and Hawaii, the newlyweds will reside in Washington, D.C. BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY Needs Your OLD BOOKS F'ree Pick-Up Call 645-5300 Tax Deductible SEE CAPITOL COURT TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. for ALL ISRAEL TOURS Miss Vhyllis Cohen. Will Wed at Pfister The Pfister Hotel will be the setting August 30 for the marriage of Miss Phyllis Cohen and Rich- Dr. Florence Sharon Foreman and Dr. .Harold Jules Wain pledged vows by. candlelight, beneath a traditional satin covered, four-post canopy, on Thursday, Jan. 29, at Congregation Anshai Lebowitz. Rabbi Bernard Reich-man performed the 8 p.m. double ring ceremony. The newlyweds and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Martin Foreman, N. 54th blvd., and Dr. and Mrs. Louis Weinberg, Brooklyn, N. Y., greeted guests after the ceremony at a reception. The bride was gowned in white satin, with fitted bodice, sheath skirt and three-quarter sleeves. Seed pearls and crystal beads trimmed the scoop neckline, right frontv side and hemline. Rosettes adorned the detachable satin train. Her four - tier shoulder length veil of silk illusion was secured by a beaded Alencon lace cloche. A white rose covered her Confirmation Bible. As matron of honor,. Mrs. Harry (Esther) Foreman, Milwaukee, appeared in petal rose chiffon, trimmed with gold braid at the empire waist and on the long sleeves and hemline. The bride's aunt, Miss Rose Foreman, came from Chicago to be maid of honor. She wore ruby velvet and ivory moire, with a pink satin ribbon defining the empire waistline. White lace fans trimmed with reddish-pink tea roses and carnations formed their bouquets. The bridegroom asked his brother, Arthur Weinberg, Brooklyn, and the bride's brother, Harry, to be best men. Ushering duties were performed by Lawrence Banco, David Bossman, Thomas Daily Departures Rates Start as Low as 405 Milwaukee Symphony Womens League Seminar Scheduled for March 12 Thursday, March 12, has been designated as Seminar Day by the Milwaukee Symphony Women's League, according to Mrs. Julius Rubin, advisor, and Mrs. Douglas Drake, educational seminar chairman. The seminar will be held in Vogel Hall at the Performing Arts Center, with registration set for 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Michael Mackanin, Jr., is president. Includes Airfare New York to New York, Hotels, Sightseeing mvm sHH3 Miii mwm m MISS JANE ABRAHAMS Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun. The prospective bride, daughter of Mrs. Norman S. Abrahams, Washington, D.C., and the late Mr. Abrahams, was graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and attended the state university in Madison. A sales, representative, Mr. Bernf eld is the son of Mrs. William Bernfeld, Milwaukee, and the late Mr. Bernfeld. He attended the state universities in Madison and Milwaukee. MISS JANET BERNSTEIN daughter of Atty. and Mrs. Martin Bernstein, N. Santa Monica blvd., and Byron Frenz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Frenz, W. Fond du Lac ave. Miss Bernstein is enrolled in the School of Physical Therapy at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where she is a member of Phi Theta sorority. Her fiance, a UW alumnus, is pursuing graduate work in the Business School there. He was president of the University of Wisconsin Insurance Society and affiliated with Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity. ROZ and HARRY KARP Buggy Land Miss Susan Kraus's Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kraus, N. 57th st., announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan V. A. Services Night Set Ralph W. Knoebel, director of voluntary service at the Veterans Administration Center, Woods, Wis., will be guest speaker at the V.A. Hospital Services Night on Tuesday, Feb. 10, at 8:30 p.m. at the Beth Am Center. Rabbi Emanuel L. Lifshitz is chaplain at Woods. Say it with Flowers This Valentine's Day SEE OR CALL YOUR FLORIST Two guest speakers, Hans W. Heinsheimer, author of "Best Regards to Aida," and currently affiliated with G. Schirmer & Co., New York, and Dr. George How-erton, educator and dean of the Music School at Northwestern University, will speak before the noon recess. A question and answer period will be held at 11:30 a.m., followed by brunch at 12 noon in Bradley Pavilion. Phyllis Curtin will address the group at 1:30 p.m., with a discussion at 2:15 p.m. The program is designed to add to the knowledge of symphony audiences, thereby enhancing their understanding and appreciation. Over 3,000 invitations will be mailed in the middle of the month to League members and symphony ticket holders. Invitations will also be extended to all music clubs. Tickets are priced at $6, including brunch. Members of Mrs. Drake's committee are Mmes. Rubin, announcements; Richard Berndt, reservations; Frances Koerner, arrangements and brunch; and Sidney Bernstein and Warren Heyse, publicity. ABBY DALE EPSTEIN From New York City comes news of the birth of a daughter, Abby Dale, to Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Epstein on Jan. 20. Abby's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morey Cohen, N. Point dr., and the Harold Epsteins, New York. Abe Cohen is her great-grandfather. JILL MICHELE SHUSTERMAN A daughter, Jill Michele, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Noel Shus-terman on Jan. 18. She was welcomed by her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Shusterman, Para-mus, N. J. MISS PHYLLIS COHEN ard Rabin. Their parents are the Phillip Cohens, Shorecliff lane, Mequon, and the Henry Rabins, Chicago. The prospective bride, who attended the University of Denver, will receive her Bachelor's degree in June from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where her fiance is an M.B.A. candidate in the School of Business. He completed his undergraduate studies at Roosevelt University, Chicago. n in .''a.' a 5 i i 1 G orenstein - Pfeiffer Wedding Plan's Told Miss Nancee Gorenstein and Stephen Edward Pfeiffer are betrothed, with plans to wed June Monte Carlo Night Set cORTland Chapter, Women's American ORT invites the community to attend Monte Carlo night on Saturday, Feb. 14, at 8 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center. Mrs. Edward Goldman, chairman, announces that a buffet will be served at 11 p.m. Donation is $3 per person-Reservations may be phoned to Mmes. Milton Stein, 461-7967, or Morris Hindin, 442-2167. r I . - UJje I -1 t 32ND TRIPOLI TEMPLE Ncrf'. Exec. Director of WICS to Address NCJW, UWM-W omen's League Miss Mary Hallaren, national executive director of Washington, D.C. WICS-Job Corps for Women, will be the main speaker at a joint meeting of Milwaukee section National Council of Jewish Women and the UWM-Women's League on Tuesday, Feb. 10, at the Jewish Community Center. Mrs. Robert Silverstein president of Milwaukee section-NCJW, announces that a mini-luncheon will be served in Nickoll Lounge prior to the program, at a cost of $1.25 per person. "The Future of WICS (Women in Community Service) and the Role of the Volunteer in That Future" will be the topic for the meeting. WICS was incorporated in 1964 by members of the National Council of Jewish Women, National Council of Negro Women, National Council of Catholic Women and Church Women United, and was the main force in the recruitment and screening of 16-21 year old girls for the Women's Job Corps. Since 1964, 20,000. volunteers have given over six million hours of service to 60,000 girls and have completed 30,000 applications for admission to the Job Corps' 17 residential training centers. In cooperation with the YWCA, programs were initiated to help girls adjust to life in cities and be trained in a skill, to help them become functioning members of the community. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Ted Sposeep, . 332-4459, or Mrs. Lawrence Bilansky, 461-8939. Ample parking is available. Baby sitting service will be provided on request. Education Scholarship Program for 1970 Told Mrs. Alan Shafrin, chairman of the Awards Committee of the Jewish Education Scholarship Fund of Milwaukee, has announced the details of the 1970 program. Scholarship grants will be made available for children attending Hebrew speaking summer camps, and for teenagers and adults enrolling in intensive Jewish study or teacher training courses. Due to the limitation of funds, grants will be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need. Application forms have been distributed to all Hebrew Schools in the community. Parents and other individuals who are interested in participating in the scholarship program should request an application from the school administrator. The deadline for submitting application is Feb. 17. The Jewish Education Scholarship Fund is a joint program of the Jewish Welfare Fund and the Board of Jewish Education. First your comfort... then ours That's our policy. And it has paid off. Your outstanding reaction to our facilities has required that we now double our executive offices to serve you even better. Our banquet facilities are the finest in the state and it's Pfister policy that our service should match. So, stop in and make arrangements for your next sales meeting, banquet, or social function. At the Pfister, we .mean business. Yours! MISS SUSAN KRAUS and ROBERT HERMAN Gale, to Robert Alan Herman, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Herman, Livingston, N. J. Miss Kraus is completing her studies in the School of Pharmacy at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, her fiance's alma mater. Mr. Herman attends Tufts University Medical School, Boston, Mass. He served as president of Phi Sigma Delta social fraternity and is affiliated with Phi Kappa Phi honorary society. GREAT NEW ACTS 424 East Wisconsin Avenue . Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202 Phone 414 273 8222 HOIRGTOWER Siilili Children's Tour of Art Exhibit Held at Center Involvement with art on biblical themes was the highlight of a special children's tour of the Old Testament Show at the Jewish Produced by L. N. Fleckles Co. MISS NANCEE GORENSTEIN 16 at Brynwood Country Club. Their parents are Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Gorenstein, N. Fairchild rd., and the Henry M. Pfeiffers, Dallas, Texas. Both young people are seniors at the University of Texas, Prices: $1.50, 2.50, 3.00 There's an Irish saloon on New York's Second ave., painted throughout in the brightest green and called "The Green Yarmulka." There's no shrinking with Adelman Tender Touch Community Center on Jan. 24. Students from the Hebrew classes of Temple Shalom were given a tour of the art exhibit which includes works in all media by over 40 local and nationally known artists. Each student selected a favorite work and engaged in a dialogue based on his feelings about it. The tour was led by Herb Felsen-feld, cultural arts director of the Center. Discussion groups were headed by Irene Edelstein, Elaine Sanderson and Mike Weber. drapery finishing. i 1 FREE Evenings and Weekends, $1.50, $2.50, $3.00 (All Seats Reserved). On Tuesday thru Friday matinees, limited seats available at $2.50 adults; $1.25 for children under twelve. Some of the Great Acts . . . Tarzan, the young, wild animal trainerLes' Blocks, daring high wire artistsZoppe Indians, horse riding spectacular Klauser's performing bearsZacchini's human rocket-shot from a cannon plus chimps . . . clowns . . . elephants . . . "the circus on parade" pageant ... and thrills galore. Ticket sales and coupon exchange at the following locations: Milwaukee Arena Box Office, open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Sat., also Sunday, Feb. 8 and 15, noon to 5 p.m.Sears Stores in Greater MilwaukeeGim-bel's downtown store and Mayfair shopping center Neh's Card Shop in Plankin-ton Arcade. Also on" sale in specified locations in several Wisconsin cities. Menorah Young Adults Schedule Bowling Party Temple Menorah Young Adults will sponsor a bowling party on Saturday, Feb. 7, at 7 p.m. at Port Lanes, 8675 N. Port Washington rd. A social will follow at 9 p.m. at the lanes. All single Jewish persons, age 18 and over, are welcome to attend this and any other function. For further information, call 352-7945; Susan Pitkofsky, 463-6373; or the temple office, 445-6136. TRAVELERS CHECKS! Up to $2,500 in FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK TRAVELERS CHECKS Not even this much. He had lived long enough to know that it is unwise to wish everything explained. Coningsby FREE of service charge when you open or mairv tain a $100 balance in a personal checking or savings account. We guarantee it! Weber', g Another "first" from the bank that does things first AFTERNOONS 2 p.m. Tues. thru Sun. EVENINGS 8 p.m. Tues. thru Sat. SPECIAL PERFORMANCES 10 a.m. Sat. Last Show 6 pan. Sun. NANTUCKET 5 FIRST NATIONAL DANK m KSQUOK GROW LUNCHEONS OF CLEHDALE AFTERNOON WEOOINGS ' J PRIVATE SUNDAY MUNCH Serving 40-1 M People 1 CIRCUS TICKETS NOW ON SALE! Milwaukee Arena, 500 W. Kilbourn Private HOLIDAY PARTIES RtS.: 243-5070 J 12800 N. Port Wash. Rd. V at MiahlsnH rtr Arena Box Office Hours MONDAY-SATURDAY 10 aan. to 5 p.m. SUNDAY: Noon to 5 pan. Phone 332-6000 for Daily Route Sen ice to Your Home . . . Neighborhood Drive-In Stores iteu't sm 3--