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August 23, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-23

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Friday, August 23, 1963 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS —

Marriages

Michael Rosenberg was best
man. Ushers were Philip Jacobs,
the bridegroom's brother, Har-
old Brenner and David Rubin.
Following their honeymoon in
Hawaii the newlyweds will make
their home in Royal Oak.
* * *

GREENBERG-RUDNER: At a
double-ring candlelight cere-
mony on Aug. 7, at Raleigh
House, Eleanore Rudner, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Rudner of Northlawn Ave., was
wed to Dr. Burton J. Green-
berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
rey Greenberg of Sacramento,
Calif. Rabbi M. Robert Syme and
Cantor Orbach officiated.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of ivory silk linen. The
bodice was fashioned by a scoop
neckline and had elbow length
sleeves. A band of the same silk
linen encircled the waist and
continued down the front of the
sheath skirt which ended in a
chapel train. She carried a fam-
ily bible covered with white or-
chids.
Gloria Rudner, sister-in-law
of the bride, was matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Elaine
Greenberg, and Sandra Green-
berg, sisters of the bridegroom,
from Sacramento.
Charles Schwartz of Boston
served his nephew as best man.
Ushers were Dr. Earl J. Rudner
and Larry Rudner, brothers of
the bride.
After a Las Vegas honey-
moon, Dr. and Mrs. Greenberg
will reside in San Francisco.
* * *

KLINE - ELGOT: Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell Henry Elgot of
San Juan Dr. announce the
Aug. 11 marriage of their
daughter, Beth, to David Crose
Kline, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ern-
est Kline of Willington Hill,
Conn.
* * *

REVENO - KALLENBERG:
Lynne Kallenberg, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Kallenberg
of Cincinnati, 0., and Peter
Reveno, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Maurice Reveno of Renfrew
Ave., were wed Aug. 4 in Cin-
cinnati. The newlyweds will re-
side in Ann Arbor, where he
will resume his studies at the
University of Michigan School
of Medicine and she will pur-
sue a nursing career at Univer-
sity Hospital.

Men's Club

Congregation Beth Moses
Men's Club, in conjunction with
the synagogue's 60th anniver-
sary observ-
ance, will open
a year of pro-
aramm i n g
W e drtesday,
Sept. 4, 8:30
p.m. by pre-
senting R u s-
s e 11 Barnes,
news analyist,
who will speak
on "Latest
Development s
in the Middle
East." This
program will
b e presented
a t Congrega-
tion Beth
Moses Synago-
Barnes gue, 1 9 1 6 0
Evergreen, and is open to the
public. Refreshments will be
served.

KNOPPOW-KATZ: Sharon
Katz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Katz of Whitcomb Ave.,
will wed Jerry Knoppow, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac. Knoppow, of
Oak Park, on Sunday at the
Mayfair.
* * *

Gloria Brenner, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Brenner of
Ohio Ave., was married to Shel
Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Jacobs of San Juan Dr., in a
ceremony Aug. 18 at the Beth
Abraham Synagogue.
Mrs. Marilyn Rubin served
her sister as matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Sandra
Brenner, Mrs. Arlene Cutler
and Mrs. Irene Tack. Junior
bridesmaids were Diana Lynn
and Francine Brenner.

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Sandra Sue Marshall became
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July 2 at the Raleigh House.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Marshall
of Huntington Woods, and Mr.
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The bride's dress was made of
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her confirmation bible with
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Wendy W e t s m a n served as
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Marianne Katcher and
Marilyn Silver.
Donald Paige, the bride-
groom's brother, served as best
man. Ushers were Eliot Mar-
shall, brother of the bride,
David Beckman, Carl Morton,
John Nathan, Robert Sachs,
Lyle Sellins and Lester Shaw.
After a honeymoon in Chi:
cago, the couple will reside on
Schaefer Rd.

Israel Bond Fashion Festival on Sept. 9

Twenty countries will partici-
pate in the Israel-International
Fashion Festival to be present-
ed at a dinner dance, Sept. 9,
at the • Sheraton Cadillac Hotel.
It will be the top 1963 event
sponsored by the Detroit Israel
Bond Women's Division at this
eighth annual
Israel Bond
fashion show-
ing, admission
will be open
to 1963 pur-
chasers of
$1,000 or more
in Israel
Bonds. Mrs.
Leonard Borin
is the fashion
Mrs. Bonin
festival chair-
man.
Mrs. Jan Peerce, national Is-
rael Bond Women's Division
chairman, will be the guest
speaker.
Couture designers sharing
honors in the show include
France's Balenciaga, Givenchy,
Griffe, Saint Laurent, Nina
Ricci, Lanvin-Castillo and Heim;
Italy's Capucci, Simonetta and
Fabian; Ireland's Sybil Con-
nolly; Israel's Lola Beer and
Finy Leitersdorf; Chile's Serge

Al Borman Named
on Economic Council

Governor Romney this week
appointed Al Borman a member
of the Michigan Economic Ex-
pansion Council.

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Geneva, Switzerland, by Char-
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The special grant to aid Jew-
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