Marilyn B. Levine
to TiTed David Gantz
Risa Axelrod Wed
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(MORE CLUBS ON PAGE 23)
ALONAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its installa-
tion dinner 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Northwood Inn. The new officers
are Mesdames Edna Groskind,
president; Shirley Schoenberg,.
Rita Seidberg, Sandra Sabbata,
Alice Feldman, and Esther Kaber,
vice presidents; Jean Schmidt,
treasurer; and Dina Gold, Elaine
Dvorkin, and Beatrice Erman, sec-
* * *
TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
TER, Women's American ORT, will
hold its final meeting 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Mar-
shall Tobin, 1228 Stuyvesant, Bir-
* * *
MISS MARILYN LEVINE
BETH A BRAHAM SISTER-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levine of HOOD will elect officers 8:30 p.m.
Addison Ave., Southfield, announce Monday in the social hall.
the engagement of their daughter 1
Marilyn Beverly to David Allan
Gantz, son of Dr. and Mrs. Irwin I. CLUB will hold an election meet-
Gantz of Maryland Ave., South- ing 8:30 p.m. Monday at Sholem
* * *
GOLDA M E I R CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold its
installation dinner Wednesday,
BARNETT-LUNTZ: Melinda Ann 6:30 p.m., at Shaarey Shomayim
Luntz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Synagogue. Mrs. Jack Gans is
Richard Steven Luntz of Shaker chairman for the evening, and Mrs.
Heights, 0., and Richard Keith Irwin Berman installing officer.
Barnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. New officers are Mesdames Sylvia
Arthur Barnett of 8905 Kingswood, Lechtzin, president; Julius Green
were married recently by Rabbi and Morris Fealk, vice-presidents;
Daniel Silver in Cleveland. The Ann Mondrow, treasurer; Irving
bride's attendants were her sister, Strepek and Esther Sirit, secre-
Margaret as maid of honor and her taries. Entertainment will be pro-
sisters, Marianne and Allison and vided by Mrs. Robert Alvin.
cousin, Cynthia Goulder, as brides-
* * *
maids. Stanley Warren of Oak Park,
ACHIEZER will hold its monthly
was best man. Ushers were Dr. meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Gerald Weingarden, Oak Park, Dr. home of Mrs. Julie Grunwald, 14050
Donald Schmerin, Huntington Lincoln, Oak Park.
Woods and Dr. Harold Goodis,
* * *
Detroit. After a three week wed-
SENIOR BICUR CHOLEM will
ding trip to Spain, Portugal and hold a memorial meeting 1 p.m.
Majorca, they will live in Detroit. Wednesday, at Congregation Beth
Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah, to pay tri-
bute to the late Mrs. Jack Anstan-
dig, who was recording secretary
of the organization for many years.
Bicur Cholem has donated money
to the Yeshivath Beth Yehudah in
her memory. A yahrzeit plaque
For a Complete Line of
with her name will be placed in
the new building. Mrs. Lillian
Napkins, Matches, Ceramics,
Greenblatt, daughter of Mrs. An-
standig, has consented to take over
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Local WSU Students Lead In Fight for Faculty
"Project Hope" (Help Our Pro-
fessor Eat), a campaign to call at-
tention to the inaction of the legis-
lature to provide for increased
salaries for Wayne State Univers-
ity faculty, was the brainstorm of
two Daily Collegian editors, Al
Holtz and Lloyd Weston.
Both from this area, Holtz is
amusement editor, and Weston,
news editor. Leading the fratern-
ities in participation in the canned
food-fun drive was Tau Epsilon
Phi, represented by president
Michael Tarnow and Iry Wainer,
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MRS. STEVEN KLEINER
COHEN, ZAGER d REMICK
Risa Irene Axelrod became the
bride of Steven Zachary Kleiner
Tuesday evening. Their parents are
Mr. a n d Mrs. Reuben Axelrod,
17093 Alta Vista, Southfield, and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Kleiner,
Bridgeton. N. J.
The bride wore an ivory peau
-de soie gown with bateau neck-
line and short sleeves of Alencon
lace encrusted with seed pearls.
The bell-shaped skirt and chapel-
length train were edged with
matching lace. She wore an ivory
silk illusion mantilla of Alencon
lace, and carried a cascade of
Diane Katz, Rochester, N. Y.,
was maid of honor, and the brides-
maids were Mrs. Jay Blumberg,
Galax, Va., sister of t h e bride-
groom, and Mrs. A. Joseph Lan-
dau, Royal Oak.
Max R o t h m an of Bridgeton
acted as best men. Ushers were
Alan and Stephen Axelrod, the
bride's brothers; Edward Klotz,
New York City; Alan Kravitz and
Richard Aronson, both of Chica-
go; and Steven Comen, Brookline,
After a honeymoon in Mexico,
the couple will reside in Bridge-
At a recent cocktail party, the
engagement of Sandra Gail Jacobs
to Sanford H. Wald was announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Si S.
Jacobs of Victoria Ave., Oak Park.
The bride-elect is a senior at Mich-
igan State University. Her fiance,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wald of
Avon Ave., Oak Park, attended
Wayne State University. A Decem-
ber wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meyers of
Long Beach, N.Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Elaine Steinberger, to Louis H.
Steinberg, son of Dr. and Mrs. I.
H. Steinberg of Detroit. The bride-
to-be is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Her fiance was
graduated from the University of
Michigan and is now attending
graduate school. They are to be
married Aug. 9 in New York.
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Alpha Omega Parents
Plan Joint Installations
Alpha Nu and Chi Chapter Par-
ents Clubs, Alpha Omega dental
fraternity, will hold a joint instal-
lation dinner-dance 6:30 p.m. June
2 at Raleigh House.
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