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July 02, 1965 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-02

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Bryna Jean Linden;
_ Jeffrey Leib Marry

MRS. JEFFREY LEIB

Bryna Jean Linden recently be-
came the bride of Jeffrey Miller
Leib, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
W. Leib of Balmoral Dr.; in a cere-
mony at Temple Israel with Rabbi
Leon Fram and Jacob Segal and
Cantor Harold Orbach officiating.
The bride, daughter of Judge
and Mrs. Joseph S. Linden of
Owosso, wore a gown of peau de
sole trimmed in seed pearls and
lace with an off-the-shoulder neck-
line, A-line skirt and full detach-
able train. She carried orchids,
white roses and Stephanotis.
Susan Jane Linden was her
sister's maid of honor, and Mar-
cia Judy Linden and Mindy
Joan Linden, also sisters, were
bridesmaid and junior brides-
maid. Carol Ann Grossman of
Chicago was also a bridesmaid.
Roger Kenneth Leib served as
best man for his brother. Seating
the guests were Melvyn Kramer,
Benson Selitsky, Marc Arnkoff,
Howard Arnkoff, Robert Brown,
Man Hayman, Allan Linden, How-
ard Linden, Richard Maddin, Ste-
ven Morse, Dale Schane, Lawrence
Shanker of Lansing and Arnold
Weiner.
The couple will honeymoon in
Puerto Rico, and will live at 16530
Schaefer.

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Pioneer Women to Meet for 40th Anniversary

"A Proud Past—A Challenging Zvi, founder of Pioneer Women,
Future" will be the principal former First Lady of Israel; and
theme of the 40th Anniversary of Harris L. Wofford, Jr., associate
Pioneer Women which will take director of the United States
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi,
place July 25-28 in Philadelphia, Peace Corps. A dramatic presenta-
will hold its annual indoor garden Mrs. Blanche Fine, national presi-
tion, "40 Years of Pioneering,"
party noon Tuesday at Rosenberg's dent, announced.
will also be given.
Kosher Catering. Proceeds will aid
The theme will be highlighted
Mizrachi children in the children's
at theopeningsession,with
FOR EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
villages and youth aliya, accord-
feature addresses by Rahel Ben-
ing to newly elected President
Mrs. Morris Lachover. Rose Beile-
wich and Pearl Gold, co-hostesses
for the afternoon, will be assisted
by Mesdames Molly Fridenberg,
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FREE PARKING IN REAR
NORTHWEST DETROIT CHAP-
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TER, Children's Asthma Research
Institute and Hospital, recently
installed the following officers:
Mesdames Henri Phillips, presi-
dent; George Frank, Harry Raf
and Hy Goldman, vice presidents;
Freda Kolb, treasurer; and Dave
Sherman, Jack Allweil, Jack Fine-
stein and Lionel, Fishman, secre-
taries. Mrs. Irving Medow was in-
stalling officer.
* * *
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
Study Group will meet 3 p.m. Sat-
urday at the home - of Mrs. Louis
. . . The Greatest for
Weider, 13901 W. 10 Mile. Guest
House parties, confirmations, weddings ...
speaker will be Yudi Gellman.
* * *
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
Study Group will meet 3 p.m. Sat-
U N 3-5245
DI 1-1702
urday at the home of Mrs. Eli
Friedman, 17390 Indiana. Speaker
will be Rabbi Friedman.
* * *
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY elec-
tion and installation of officers
will be held noon Wednesday at
Greenfield's Restaurant, Green-
Complete homes done by competent interior decorators
field at Eight Mile Rd. A social
hour will follow the luncheon.
Mrs. Ira Friedenberg will deliver
the report of the nominating com-
mittee. For information or res-
ervations, call Mrs. Charles Smith,
UN 2-8423, or Mrs. Abe Sinaberg,
UN 3-0863.
* * *
AMERICAN MEDICAL CEN-
TER AT DENVER, Detroit Ladies
We do complete jobs in-
Auxiliary, will meet 1 p.m. Tues-
cluding carpeting — drap-
day at the Jewish Center. A re-
Irving Rosen, N.S.I.D. eries
bedrooms and
(National Society of
port .on the luncheon will be
family
rooms.
Interior Designers)
given.

omen's uhs

Youth Education League will
hold its annual installation
luncheon and 30th birthday party
noon Thursday
at Knollwood
Country C 1 u b.
Mrs. Morris Sus-
sman will be
chairman of the
day, and Mrs.
Reuben J. Mend-
elssohn will in-
stall the follow-
i n g: Mesdames
Hiem Jacob,
president;
George Jerri s,
Avery Tucker,
Jules J. Sanders
and John Sklar,
vice presidents; Mrs. Jacob
Joseph Lieberoff, treasurer; and
Maurice Silverman, Arthur Camp-
bell and Morey Mandell, secre-
taries. For ticket reservations,
call Mrs. Robert Lewiston, UN 3-
4246 or Mrs. Sanders, LI 8-0910.
* * *
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will hold a Child Rescue
Dessert Luncheon noon Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. William
Belinsky, 21911 Cloverlawn.
* * *
DAVID HORODOKER YOUNG
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Sidney Fishman, 20223 St.
Marys. Members who participated
in a recent picnic for 65 patients
at Northville State Hospital in-
eluded Mesdames Morris Berk,
Bernard Chase, Joseph M. David-
son, Jack Friedman, Joseph Gut-
erman, Leo Helman, Sam Kreisler,
Philip Kutnick, Julius Spielberg
and Julius Zemmol.
* * *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS President Mrs. Elliot
Schubiner announces the following
delegates will attend the national
convention in California July • 10-
14 Mesdames Nate Bassin, Law-
rence Benderoff, Abe Feldman,
Maury Gordon, Morris Lezersen,
Morris Moss, Fred Prag, and El-
liot Schubiner. They will be ac-
companied by Mrs. Thomas Rosen-
berg, national board member. The
Cancer Fighters have a new office
at 10760 W. Nine Mile, Oak Park.

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Ohio State U. Prof. Marvin Fox to Address
Bar-Ilan Women's Semi-Annual Meeting

"Faith and Learning" will be mated. Monday by Mrs. Stoliman,
the topic of the address to be de- Mrs. Herman K. Cohen, chairman
livered at the semi-annual meet of the book fund, and Mrs. Her-
bert Eskin, program chairman.
Mg of Detroit Chapter of Ameri-
Prof. Fox, who holds degrees
can Women of Bar-Ilan Univer- from Northwestern and Chicago
sity, by Prof. Marvin Fox of. Ohio universities and studied at Hebrew
State University, at 12:30 p.m., Theological College, has lectured
at 40 universities and is the au-
July 12 at the Jewish Center.
Mrs. Max Stollman, president thor of many monographs and
of Bar-Ilan Women, announces magazine articles. He is a Fellow
of American Council of Learned
that the musical
Societies and was given the Pro-
program will be
fessor of the Year Good Teaching
given by Cantor
Award at Ohio State University in
and Mrs. Reuven
1962.
Frankel. Admis-
sion will be free
and there will be
Chairmen Selected
no solicitation of
for Greenberg Jubilee
funds. A dessert
luncheon will be
The Hayim Greenberg 50th Jubi-
served.
less Committee announces forma-
The event will
tion of subcommittees and chair-
mark Bar-Han
men prior to the culminating Nov.
University's 10th
14 celebration at the Labor Zion-
anniversary, Mrs.
Stollman stated.
ist Institute, at which Rabbi Mor-
She pointed out
ris Adler will speak.
that the Israel
Ben Harold is chairman of the
university, which
over-all jubilee committee; Isa-
began with 75
dore Shrodeck, David Sislin and
Dr. Fox
students in 1955,
under the direction of the late Dr. Ben Harold, jubilee book; Harold
Pinhas Churgin, last year reached Berke, publicity; Albert Berke and
an enrollment of 1600 and is ex- Morris Lifshay, banquet; Mrs.
pected to exceed the 2,000 figure Harry Mondry, campaign; Mrs.
David Silberg, open house; and
this year.
Harry Mondry, memorial book.
The main library at Bar-Han,
The school office will be open
Mrs. Stoilman said, is being spon- during the summer for jubilee
sored by American Women's Divi- preparations, as well as enroll-
sion of Friends of Bar-Nan Uni- ment for all classes. For informa-
versity and is expected to be the tion, call the Institute, UN 4-6319.
second largest in Israel.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Reports on the progress of Bar-
Ilan women's projects will be sub-
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