Donna Rader Married
to Allen Greenstein
Vows Are Exchanged
5,000 persons, the majority of
The Jewish community of Bul- whom live in the capital city of
garia, which dates back to the Sofia.
2nd Century now numbers some
FOR EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
DETROIT CHAPTER, Brandeis
University National Women's Com-
mittee, inducted as officers Mes-
dames Oscar Zemon, Alvin Bar-
nett, Theodore Birnkrant, Her-
Free Custom Fitting by
bent Burdick, Jack Nover, Samuel
Caplan, Bert Marks, Samuel Glo-
15842 W. 7 MILE ROAD
gower, Lawrence Weiner, Herbert
3 Blks. W. of Greenfield
Kallett, Alan Colman, Mandell
Open Thurs. to 9 p.m.
Lanky, Oscar Band and Harold
11/2 blocks North of. Lodge Expressway
BR 3-2509 or VE 7-9783
Robinson. It was announced by
Thursday 'til 9 p.m.
Mrs. Hebert Burdick, president,
that Detroit Chapter received a
citation and a special book collec-
Have Your Family Portrait • Wedding
tion to the library in its name
Tastefully Photographed by
from the national committee for
Our Professional Staff
outstanding enrollment of life
memberships. The recent cam-
paign was under the direction of
Mrs. Oscar Band, vice president of
membership. The Detroit Chap-
MRS. GERALD BLOOMBERG
ter's book fund also merited dis-
MRS. ALLEN GREENSTEIN
tinction for contributions to its
In a candlelight ceremony Sun-
An all-white candlelight cere- various categories towards the day evening at Cong. S ha arey
---,,,morty at Temple Israel July 8 support and maintenance of the Zedek, Phyllis Dubrinsky and
marked the marriage of Donna Brandeis library under the leader- Gerald Burton Bloomberg were
iRader and Allen Michael Green- ship of Mrs. Lawrence Weiner, united in marriage by Rabbis
, stein, with Rabbi M. Robert Syme assisted by Mesdames Leo Mellen, Groner and Jacob Segal and Can-
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
and Cantor Harold Orbaoh officia- Alvin Barnett and Ivan Scholnick. tor Jacob Sonenklar.
A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?
.In preparation for the chapter's
Their parents are Mr. and Mrs.
fall New Books for Old Sale, Mrs. Samuel Dubrinksy of Woodingham
Parents of the couple are Mr.
Theodore Birnkrant, vice presi-
Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. Morris E.
and Mrs. Herman Rader, 27600
dent of projects, advises that
Old Colony, Farmington, and Mr.
Bloomberg of Fairfield Ave.
Is Conveniently Located at
The bride's peau de soie gown
and Mrs. Sidney Greenstein, 18435 throughout the summer the pro-
ject's committee will pick up books was designed with embroidered
in every category, if contributors
Alencon lace in a rose motif over
Lynn Rader was her sister's will call her, LI 2-2839.
(8 Mile & Greenfield—Across from Northland)
the molded bodice and had
maid of honor, and bridesmaids
Call 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodations!
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crescent-curve d decolletage, brief
were Barbara Schwartz, Sue Ab-
Dine at the SCOTCH & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD sleeves and traditional buttons
rams, Denise Klein, Shelley Klein
Airport Limousine Service Available
and Rhodine Ramimi. Dr. Martin STUDY GROUP will meet at 3 down the back. Matching lace
Schwartz was best man. Head ush- p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs. frosted both the front of the toe-
ers were Emil and Louis Klein, Jack Isbee, 18631 Oherrylawn. touching skirt of controlled full-
and ushers were Donald Rader, Guest Speaker will be Rabbi Man- ness, and the train which spread
from a waistline bowknot to court
Richard Rader, James Green, How- del Katz.
length. A di a d e m of pearl-
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ard Neitzer and Howard Lawton.
embroidered Alencon lace held
The bride's gown of peau de
ZEDAKAH will hold its annual
sole had a Sabrina neckline, fitted garden party noon July 26 at the her bouffant veil of tiered silk
Complete homes done by competent interior decorators
bodice, a cummerbund of tiny seed home of Mrs. Phillip Ruskin, 4344 illusion.
Maid of honor was Linda
pearls, and a Watteau chapel train. Arden, Royal Oak. For reserva-
S c h n e i d e r, and serving as
Her pouf shoulder-length veil of tions, call Mrs. Ben Chestnut, 356-
bridesmaids were Mrs. Marvin
silk illusion was held by a Dior 2804, or Mrs. Willard Zamsky, UN
Dubrinsky, Sharon Fried, Susan
bow of peau de soie and pearls.
Burstein, Eileen Silverman, Mrs.
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After a Mexican honeymo On,
Howard Moss and Sharon Horo-
the couple will live in Oak Park.
SA'AD, a group aiding research
Michael Bloomberg, the bride-
in Parkinson's Disease, will hold
its annual outing 5:30 p.m• Sunday groom's brother, served as best
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al- man. Ushers were two other
We do complete jobs in-
bert Cowan of Orchard Lake, in brother s, Donald and Erwin
cluding carpeting — drap-
the form of a barbecue supper. Bloomberg; M a r v i n Dubrinsky,
Irving Rosen, N.S.I.D. eries — bedrooms and
AppliCations for new active mem- brother of the bride; Stanley Gor-
(National Society of
bers and subscription members man; Jeffery Malkin; and Gerald
are still being accepted. For in- Katchman• Escorting the grand-
1400 S. WOODWARD, ROYAL OAK I filoctut
formation, call Mrs. Harry Ber- mothers was Albert Burnstein.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica
man, UN 4-9575.
Formerly With Selma Bonheim
and Puerto Rico, the couple will
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Cordially Invite You
ROSENWALD AUXILIARY, reside on Lincoln Terrace Drive,
American Legion, will sponsor a Oak Park.
victory luncheon Tuesday noon at
the "Skippers Table" restaurant Garden Party to Benefit
for poppy sales volunteers. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Lydia Slakter, Children in Israel
All women in the community
vice president, VE 6-8174, or
are invited to a benefit garden
Sarah Jacobson, 342-0221.
party, held annually by Mrs. Har-
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Lingerie and Corsets
ry Kaplan, 6357 Curtis. Proceeds
MEDICAL AID GUILD saw from the party, set for noon Wed-
IN THE GREEN-8
Mrs. Richard Abrams installed as nesday, will go toward the nur-
president at a recent luncheon. series of Moetzet Hapoalot.
Other officers are Mesdames Sam-
Featuring THE NAME
Mrs. Kaplan sponsors the event
uel Shewitz, Mortimer Bernhardt, in memory of her three children
You Want in America's
Leonard Raimi and Harry Stoll, who died in German concentration
Finest Wearing Apparel
1' to help celebrate their 50th ANNIVERSARY!
vice presidents; Leo A. Mandell, camps during World War II. She
treasurer; and Jack Haim, Ken- has received an award for out-
For 50 years, the Leader family has served Detroit
neth Jacobson, Irvine Levy and standing service from the Pio-
Let DIANA and HELEN
and Suburban areas with quality work and has
Lawrence Blau, secretaries. On neer Women's Council.
Give You the Dramatic Lines
satisfied over one million customers.
the board of directors are Mes-
For information, call Mrs. Kap-
of Elegance You Receive by
dames Melvin Baer, Joseph Bus- lan, UN 2-1170.
ker, Albert Diamond, Samuel Kat-
Personal Attention . . . And
cher, Leo Lesser, Norman Schav- Yeshiva Kollel Offers
the Garment Selected with
rien, Joseph Bearman, Maurice
Your Discriminating Taste in
Feldman, Lewis Levin, Max Neu- Summer Study Program
A summer program of intensive
man, Sol Sapperstein and Helen
Lenhoff. The group plans to work Talmud study has been initiated
with disturbed children next year, by the Yeshiva Kollel for students
• NO CHARGE FOR
of Torah, both those home from
in addition to its medical work.
school for the summer and mem-
bers of the general community.
CLEANED WITH PROFESSIONAL EQUIPMENT BY
HEBREW LADIES AND SOCI-
Meeting at Shomrey Emunah
Plenty of Parking
ETY will hold its annual picnic Synagogue, the Yeshiva Kollel is
EXPERTS WHO KNOW CARPETS. DON'T TAKE
noon Wednesday at Palmer Park under the direction of Rabbis Sho-
CHANCES WITH DO-IT-YOURSELF METHODS.
picnic grounds. Coffee and home- lem Flam, M. Gardin and Icek
made cakes will be served, and Kuperman. In addition to offering
10 to 8:30 Thursday
there will be games. Guests in- the self-study program, the Ye-
for information call:
vited. Chairman is Mrs. Alan Jan- shiva Kollel also answers any
awitz. In case of rain, the group questions relating to Torah law
will meet July 28.
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The daily schedule, revised for
LADIES OF ODESSA PRO- the summer, is 6-10 p.m. daily and
GREEN-8 SHOPPING CENTER
CARPET CLEANING CO.
GRESSIVE AID SOCIETY will 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday. For infor-
8700 Linwood, Detroit.
(Across from Northland)
hold a luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday mation, call the Yeshiva, UN 4-
at the home of Mrs. Julius Ring, 5766.
CORSETS BY EVA
st4dip. of ot 9 [rAph
Cranbrook House Motel
We have the largest
selection of Italian
in the Middle West.
Carpet Cleaning Co.
9' x 12' RUGS!
19978 Snowden. Proceeds will go
toward child rescue and rehabili-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 16, 1965-15
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