The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on August 20, 1971 · Page 4
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The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin · Page 4

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Friday, August 20, 1971
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THE WISCONSIN JEWISH CHRONICLE August 20, 1971 4 neighbors for all their SOCIAL NOTES Jamie Brill and M. Grinberg Exchange Vows at Holiday Inn Candlelight Ceremony Unites Susan Mechanic -Jeff Powers EDGAR A. GENSCH WEDDING CANDID PHOTOGRAPHY FAMILY PORTRAITURE Special Prices to all Senior 3723 N. Oakland Av 332-1108 Holiday Inn Central provided the setting for the candlelight her flower girls. Gary Schanzer, Kansas City, was best man. Gary Grinberg, brother of the groom, escorted the paternal grandfather, Mr. Joseph ceremony which united Miss Susan Kay Mechanic and Jeffrey Scott Powers on August 15. Rabbi Harry Pastor performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shurnick, N. 51st Blvd., were honored on their 40th wedding anniversary, July 24. An open house was held by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Skurnick, Highland Park, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Alt-man, Woodland Hills, Calif.; and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Skurnick of Milwaukee. Eorotlig (Sallun 8719 N. Port Washington Rd. Brown Port Shopping Center Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217 1414) 3511120 ' Truth is not exciting enough for those who depend on the characters and lives of their On August 8th, marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Jamie Marta Brill and Mr. Michael Mark Grinberg. The candelight ceremony was held at The Holiday Inn Central at 4 p.m. and performed by Rabbi Louis Swichkow. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brill, Milwaukee, and the groom, son of Mr. Robert Grinberg, and Mrs. Shirley Fein-gold, Kansas City, Kansas, are both students at Brandeis University, Waltham, Mass. Mr. Grinberg is in his last year of p re-medical school, and plans to enter medical school in 1972. The new Mrs. Brill designed her own "Hot Pants" wedding gown of ivory Italian lace, and was attended by her sister, Sue Brill, as maid of honor. Rhonda Grinberg, Kansas City, and Gayle Alioto, Milwaukee, were her bridesmaids. Vanessa and Kris Eisenhower Kansas City, acted as SgjiF Antiques l-X:tor c V eoooinlinent in Showroom or Your Home Fly Home and Home again with EL AL ISRAEL AIRLINES .I 442-4380 Barbara Malver and Melvin H. Altman United at Shalom United in marriage at a private ceremony at Temple Shalom for the immediate faimly were Mrs. MRS. MICHAEL GRINBERG Grinberg. Clifford Chappie, and Tim Alioto, Milwaukee, attended MRS. JEFFREY POWTRS The parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. John B. Mechanic of Shorewood. Mr. Powers is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Averill Powers of Fox Point. The bride's sister. Miss as ushers. The couple is honeymooning on a motor trip through the west and by Lee California before their return to school via Canada in September, 4508 West Burleigh Street i.uin mMji ppft. p mim .n .i j ,i.M mi, mi nnii . - . . 'fc ,v. f f.V-7 r 442-4380 8. S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 60603 Phone: (312) 236-3745 HQ Judith Bartfield's Betrothal Announced Miss Judith Gail Bartfield will become the bride of Allan Newman on October 16, at Temple Shalom. The announcement was made by the prospective bride's ; . ? f. I ?. Jody Mechanic, served as maid of honor. Dr. Robert Berman, brother-in-law of the groom, was best man. Bridesmaids included Jan Mechanic, sister of the bride, and Jane Pincus, both of Milwaukee; Kaaren Berman of Minot, N. D.; and Barbara Gross of New Haven, Conn. Jay Kaufman and Alan Slutsky, both of Fox Point; Elliot Cooperman, New York City, and Scott Doyle, cousin of the groom, of Louisville, served as ushers. The new Mrs. Powers appeared in a renaissance gown of white organza with an empire bodice, high neckline, trumpet sleeve, and white Venise lace to enhance the full skirt. She wore a short tiered illusion veil attached to a small hat of matching organza and lace and carried a French colonial bouquet of white orchids, roses, baby's breath and orchid colored carnations. The purple and white motif was carried out in the bridesmaids' em-pire-waisted organza gowns and in their bouquets. The mother of the bride and mother of the groom each selected gowns in orchid. After a honeymoon trip to New York City and the Caribbean, the young couple will reside in Forest Park, Illinois. Mr. Powers, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will enter Chicago Medical School and his wife will practice teach in Elmhurst, 111. She will receive her elementary education degree from the University The Thrill of a Lifetime Leaving Milwaukee by Air February 12 Returning February 26 Conducted Personally by ROZ and HARRY KARP 14 Days on the Sparkling New Nordic Prince Sailing From Miami VISITING: Barbados, Martinique, Antiqua, San Juan, Trinidad, Nassau, St. Thomas, St. Martens, Grenada. ALL MEALS BAGGAGE HANDLING TRANSFERS SIGHTSEEING GROUND TOURS ON ISLANDS COCKTAIL PARTIES GOLFER'S TEE OFF TIMES ARRANGED. Outside Cabins 2 Lower Berths A Deck ki : i i i i i i . t Now enjoy our cocktail hour each day from 5 to 7, and get hors d'oeuvres and oysters-on-the-half-shell free. In fact, MR. and MRS. M. H. ALTMAN Barbara Fay Malver, N. Lovers Lane rd., and Melvin H. Altman, N. Sherman blvd. The rites were performed by Rabbi Harry B. Pastor, Sunday, August 14. A dinner at the Club Forest in Mequon followed the nuptials. The new Mrs. Altman was given in marriage by her father, Martin Jacob, who with Mrs. Jacob resides in Menomonee Falls, Wis. Mr. Atlman is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Altman, Milwaukee. Alfred Altman, Glendale, the groom's brother, served as his best man. The couple departed for San Francisco and Las Vegas upon a wedding trip. On their return, they will make their home at 7815 N. Santa Monica blvd.. Fox Point. The bride attended UWM, and won a B.S. degree at Wisconsin State U., Oshkosh. She taught in the Menomonee Falls public school district." Mr. Altman, attended UWM and received his B.S. degree at the Wisconsin School of Pharmacy, Madison, and is presently operating the Bradley Village Pharmacy. maybe you'll even pick up a Pearl. COMPLETE PRICE (DOUBLE OCCUPANCY) of Wisconsin in January 1972. COST SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY CAB REGULATIONS. at the Plistcr Hotel Entertainment Nightly. seflnai sm mm MISS JUDITH BARTFIELD parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bartfield of N. Kent Ave. Mr. New is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Newman, Valley Stream, New York. He is a graduate of Manhattan College. Miss Bartfield is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is currently living in New York City. the Summer Spa "A Vacation With A Purpose" Now ... A Women's Reducing Resort in Wisconsin! Dr. Resnick Wed In California Former Milwaukeean, Dr. Lawrence Resnick, was married on July 29, to Mrs. Marilyn (Rosenberg) McKay of Los Angeles. Rabbi Leonard Beerman officiated at the ceremony in Leo Baeck Temple in Bel Aire, California. The parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosenberg of Los Angeles. Dr. Resnick is the son of Victor Resnick of North Gray Log Lane, and the late Mrs. Sara Resnick. Dr. Resnick is a grduate of Mar- CALL OR WRITE FOR DETAILS the Summer Spa quette University Medical School. His wife received a degree from U.C.L.A. The couple will live in St. Louis where Dr. Resnick has a Fellowship in Nuclear Medicine and Radiology at the Barnes Medical Center of Washington 608 423-4271 0n Lake Ripey in Cambridge, Wisconsin 608 238-4065 P.O. Box 2213 Madison, Wisconsin 53711 ISRAEL TOURS Capitol Court Travel Service in cooperation with Foreign Tours herewith presents a list of tours to Israel and Europe which are most comprehensive in scope and at various prices within your financial means. TWO WEEKS THE ULTIMATE in PORTRAITURE and CANDID WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY 962-0800 LEWIS ABRAMS STUDIO 5167 N. Elkhart at Henry Clay Whitafish Bay Visiting ISRAEL ONLY ALL INCLUSIVE TOUR RATE: 659 THREE WEEKS Don't Sleep Through This Sale! Ends Soon! Pillow Sanitized Under Ultra-Violet Light . . . Itecovered With New Ticking Visiting ISRAEL ONLY $749 ALL INCLUSIVE TOUR RATE: Support the BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Milwaukee Women's Committee Needs Your OLD BOOKS For Fick-Up CaU 645-5300 TWO WEEKS Visiting ISRAEL-10 nights, LONDON -3 nights $7Q Q or Rorn X7 or Paris ALL INCLUSIVE TOUR RATE: miintiarninnOTnmitnniirarmTmmimminninmiinrrnimiuin 99 THREE WEEKS EACH SAVE 76c Visiting ISRAEL-13 nights, ATHENS -3 nights, ROME -4 nights ALL INCLUSIVE $Q70 TOUR RATE: O IT I Mmon n ousei 3 THREE WEEKS Visiting ISRAEL-13 nights, ROME -4 nights, LONDON 3 nights I and courtyard cafe ALL INCLUSIVE TOUR RATE: 899 J THREE WEEKS s Fashion Modeling by Maiton-Paul avary Tues., m Wad. & Thurs. attar 1 p.m. -eirCm y Each pillow handled individually J All feathers removed from ticking J Your pillow feathers touch no others J Exclusive process fluffs, deodorizes, sanitizes J New feather-proof , down-proof ticking in a beautiful floral pattern. Old ticking is discarded. J Dependable 72 hour service J New pillows made from old feather beds J New Feathers Added for a Small Additional Charge Visiting PARIS - 4 nights, ISRAEL - 10 nights, ROME - 2 nights, LONDON - 4 nights ALL INCLUSIVE $QCO TOUR RATE: J" Individual air tickets for above tours can be purchased independently at group prices. (j 'Hiii . f 4 ) (I ! ? Tl ( M ' 1 J Rates Vary Per Date of Departure For Further Information Phone Luncheon Dinner Supper Shoe Repair Savings: Men's Heels, 1.19Women's Lifts, 84cChildren's & Women's Heels, 98c H Phone 884-2500 Wm. Srerdins 1 400 Weet Sllrer Sprln DrlTe He

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