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July 31, 1964 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-31

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Carolyn Weingarden
Marries Lt. Mazer

Women's
Cluhs

Testimonial Dinner Honors Max Silverman

Emmer-Chodoroff
Vows Exchanged

Former Corporation Counsel Na-
thaniel H. Goldstick presided at
a testimonial dinner in honor of
Max M. Silverman, chief of homi-
cide of the Wayne County Prosecu-
tor's office who is a candidate for
Recorder's Court at the Sept. 1
primary.
Chief Assistant Prosecutor Sam-
uel Brezner was among the speak-

SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its first board
meeting of the new season 9 p.m.
Thursday at the home of Ann Kap-
lan, 23740 Wildwood, Oak Park.
A barbecue is planned for 9 p.m.
Aug. 15 at the home of Helen
Goldbaum, 30750 Valley, Wood-
creek Farms, Farmington. For
reservations or information, call
Dorothy T e n d l e r, EL 6-2981.
Guests invited.
* * *

MRS. RONALD MAZER

Carolyn Joyce Weingarden be-
came the bride of U. Ronald Gary
Mazer at a candlelight ceremony
solemnized by Rabbi Benjamin
Gorrelick and Cantor David Bag-
ley Sunday at Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue.
The newlyweds are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wein-
garden of Lesure Ave. and Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Mazer of Maplewood
Ave., Livonia.
The new Mrs. Mazer wore a
silk organza gown with fitted
bodice. The floor-length skirt
formed a chapel train appliqued
with Alencon lace and seed
pearls. Her bouffant, shoulder-
length veil of silk illusion was
secured by a crown of tiny seed
pearls. She carried white orchids
and Stephanotis on her prayer
book.
Mrs. Gerald Singer, sister of the
bridegroom, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Larry
Weingarden, Ina Sue Sachs and
Arlene Davis.
Best man was Larry Weingarden,
brother of the bride. Ushers were
Gerald Singer, Martin Agrest and
Sidney Weingarden.
The newlyweds are traveling to
Denver, where they will make their
home.

AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will give a John F. Ken-
nedy Memorial Luncheon 12:30
p.m. Aug. 11 at the summer home
of Mrs. Minna Herman, 1996 Wil-
low Beach, Cass Lake. Proceeds
wil go to the John F. Kennedy
Memorial Fund. For reservations
and directions, call Mrs. Esther
Fishman, president, UN 1-3265.
* * *

JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
hold an indoor picnic noon Monday
at Jericho Temple. President Mrs.
Morris Miller will be hostess for
the afternoon, a benefit for widows
and orphans in Israel. Guests in-
vited. For information, call Mrs.
Miller, UN 4-1639, or Mrs. 0. H.
Kavieff, UN 1-4746.
* * *
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
AUXILIARY will host a garden
party noon Aug. 12 at the summer
home of Mrs. Norman Shulevitz,
3075 Interlaken, Long Lake. This
event will mark the culmination of
the annual membership drive. A
luncheonette and fashion show will
be featured. Each member is asked
to bring a new member as "admis-
sion fee." For information, call
Mrs. Maurice Knopper, 342-8030.

Marriages

ers and prominent Detroiters were
in the audience of 200.
Silverman is a past president
of Jewish House of Shelter. He is
a member of Bnai Brith Lodge
1374.

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MRS. HOWARD EMMER

In a recent ceremony at Cong.
Bnai David, Rebecca Reva Cho-
doroff and Howard Emmer re-
peated their wedding vows with
Rabbi Hyman Donin and Cantor
Hyman Adler officiating.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Chodoroff of West-
over Rd., Southfield, and Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Emmer of Northfield
Blvd., Oak Park.
The bride wore a gown of
silk taffeta with modified bell
skirt and chapel train. The fitted
bodice was re-embroidered with
Alencon lace and seed pearls
with panels of lace on the skirt. A
double crown of appliqued lace
and seed pearls held her finger-
tip veil. She carried a Bible cov-
ered with lilies and Stephanotis.
Her sister, Mrs. Beatrice Taines,
was matron of honor, and brides-
maids were Mrs. Gloria Soloman,
the bridegroom's sister; Mrs. Rob-
erta Grosinger; Marsha Warner;
and Lauren Taines. Stephanie Solo-
man was flower girl.
Best man was Ernest Soloman.
Ushers were Alan Keith, Gerald
Gurwin, Ronald Barris, Lance
Taines and Shelby Soloman. Barry
Warner was ring bearer.
After an extended honeymoon,
the couple will reside on Hilton
Rd., Southfield.

WEINBERG - TRON: Roselyn
Tron, 17542 Schaefer, and Harry
Weinberg of Long Branch, N.J., JWV Will Entertain
were married here Sunday. Rabbi
Benjamin Gorrelick officiated: Battle Creek Patients
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Burstein of The couple will live in Long
A group of 70 members of the
Minneapolis announce the engage- Branch.
Department of Michigan, Jewish
ment of their daughter Cyrile to
War Veterans, and the Ladies
Allen A. Ross, son of Mr. and
LARKY-STEFFEN: Doris Stef- Auxiliary will travel to Battle
Mrs. Sigmund D. Ross, 13391 S.
fen of Basel, Switzerland, recently Creek Sunday to service the Vet-
Norfolk. The bride-elect, a gradu-
became
the bride of Richard Larky, erans Administration Hospital
the
University
of
Minnesota
ate of
son
of
Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Larky, there.
school of nursing, resides in De-
Tom Tannis, Mrs. William Snid-
troit, where her fiance attended 29620 Ravine, Livonia. The couple
erman and Mrs. Arthur Robinson
Wayne State University. A Dec. 27 will reside in San Francisco.
* * *
are in charge of the annual party.
wedding is planned.
MILLER - STRASSBURGER:
Luncheon will be served to 300
Carole Suzanne Strassburger be- mentally ill patients in the sum-
came the bride of Marvin Allen mer house. An additional '700 pa-
Miller in recent ceremony at Cong.
tients in closed wards will re-
Gemiluth Chassodim. Rabbi Joel
ceive fruit and entertainment.
Litke officiated. The newlyweds
The group will gather 8 a.m.
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tenberg of Toledo and Linda
Hirsch of Wilmington, Del. Victor
Miller was his brother's best man,
and ushers were Marvin Strass-
burger, brother of the bride, Ern-
est Barron and Barry Levine.
After a Caribbean honeymoon, the
couple will live in Detroit.

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Rights Official to Address
AJCommittee Wednesday

Burtin I. Gordin, executive di-
rector of the Michigan Civil Rights
Commission, will address members
of the Detroit Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee, it
was announced by Avern Cohn,
will take place 8 p.m. Wednesday
at the summer residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Cohn. Gordin's topic will
be: "The Michigan Civil Rights
Commission — Its Powers, Limita-
tions and Challenges."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 31, 1964
17

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