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July 12, 1963 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-12

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MRS. RICHARD GENDELMAN

At a double-ring ceremony
on June 30 at the Bnai Moshe
Synagogue, Adrianne Rosalyn
Jacobs became the bride of
Richard G en d elm a n. Rabbi
Moses Lehrman and Cantor
Louis Klein officiated.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr .and Mrs. Marvin F. Jacobs
of Mark Twain Ave. and Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Gendelman
of Oxley Rd.
The bride wore an ivory peau
de soie gown with an Alencon
lace bodice embroidered with
seed pearls. The chapel train
over a floor-length sheath was
highlighted by a panel of Alen-
con lace seeded with pearls. Her
three-tiered veil was attached
to a rose of peau de soie. She
carried purple throated white
orchids on her mother's prayer
book.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Harold Gendelman, sister-in-
law of the bridegroom. Brides-
maids were Mollene Gendelman,
sister of the bridegroom, Linda
Chicorel, Nancy Feldman and
Patricia Roberts.
Harold Gendelman was his
brother's best man. The ushers
were Eric Jacobs, brother of
the bride, Stephen Dunn, Rob-
ert Gullion, Ivan Lisnitzer of
New York and Harry Gurwin.
After a honeymoon in the
British West Indies, the newly-
weds will reside on Geoffrey.

Karen Rose Wed
to Jerome Golden

Detroit Council of Pioneer Women to Host Biennial National Parley

Mrs. Milton Weiss, newly-
elected • president of Detroit
Council of Pioneer Women, has
announced plans for the 18th
biennial national convention to
be held at the Hotel Statler-
Hilton in Detroit, Auy. 11-14.
Co-chairmen this event are
Mrs. Norman
Leemon, i m-
mediate past
president o f
Detroit Coun-
cil, and Mrs.
Joseph Wyzan,
executive vice-
president o f
Detroit Coun-
cil. Mrs. Char-
lotte Stein of
New York will Mrs. Leemon
serve as national convention
chairman and Mrs. Blanche
Fine of New York is national
program chairman.
Mesdames Leemon and Wy-
zan anticipate an attendance of
500 delegates from the United
States and Canada. Theme of
the convention is "Today's
Woman in Tomorrow's World"
with special emphasis - on the
role of the Jewish woman. This
will be highlighted at a sym-
posium on various aspects of
Pioneer Women's major re-
sponsibilities.
As a pre-convention treat on
Aug. 11 at 3:30 p.m., a boat
trip on the Detroit- River and
Lake St. Clair has been ar-
ranged by the Detroit conven-
tion committee. There will also
be a number of "early bird"
meetings and socials a day
prior to convention opening,

mainly for national officers and on the symposium will be
national board members.
Rabbi Morris Adler, spirtual
One of the highlights of the leader of Shaarey Zedek; Si
four-day conclave will .be the Kennan, director of the Ameri-
opening session on Sunday eve- can Israeli Affairs Committee;
ning when Congressman Ogden and Sidney Shevitz, president
Reid will address the gather- of the J e w is h Community
ing. Beda Id e 1 s o ii, Deputy Council.
On Aug. 14, concurrent ses-
Speaker of Knesset and Gen-
eral Secretary of Moetzet sions on UJA, JNF, Histadruth
Hapoalot (Working Women's and Habonim will take place
Federation of Israel), will also in the morning with nomina-
share the platform that eve- tions and election of officers to
follow. The closing luncheon
ning.
On Aug. 12, Mrs. Clara Leff, session will feature Walter
national president of Pioneer Reuther, UAW president as
Women, will make her annual guest speaker, and a presenta-
report, and various workshops tion of a scholarship award will
and a plenary session will take be made to Mrs. Halstead,
place during the day. The ban- Eleanor Roosevelt's daughter.
There are over 200 local
quet that evening will feature
as guest speaker Congressman
Martha Griffiths and Cantor
Orbach of Temple Israel will
provide the musical portion of
the program.

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Karen Jay Rose was wed to
Jerome B. Golden in a cere-
mony performed July 3 in the
home of the bride's parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Sidney J. Rose, 442
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The bridegroom is the son of
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Kenwood Ave., Oak Park.
The bride wore a gown of
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skirt. She wore a • short tiered
veil of silk illusion attached to
a cluster of white organdy flow-
ers. She carried a cascade of
white orchids and stephanotis.
Sharon Rae Abelson, cousin of
the bride, was maid of honor.
Jon J. Freedman was best man.
Harvey David Rose, brother of
the bride, was usher.
The newlyweds departed for a
Las Vegas honeymoon. They
will live in Hollywood.

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Salomon Stricker, a 19th cen-
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1 7 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri da y, July 12, 1963

Gendelman Jacobs
Rites Solemnized

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