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July 30, 1965 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-30

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Adrienne Onrich Wed Pioneer Women to Raise $2.2 Million
to David S. Kaufman for Its Sister Organization in Israel

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

PHILADELPHIA — Pion eer
Women, the American women's
Labor Zionist organization, Wed-
nesday resolved to raise $2,220,000
during the next two years for the
social service program of Moetzet
Hapoalot, its sister organi7,.6ion in
Israel.
Delegates at the 40th anniver-
sary convention called upon the
Soviet government to restore full
cultural national and religious
rights to its Jewish citizens.
A program relating to the
American scene, advocating ex-

MRS. DAVID KAUFMAN

Adrienne Claire Onrich and
David S. Kaufman were recently
united in marriage in a candle-
light ceremony at Beth Aaron
Synagogue. Rabbi Benjamin Gor-
relick officiated.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Onrich of
Manor Ave. and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Kaufman of Ardmoor Dr.,
Bloomfield Hills.
The bride wore a Bianchi gown
of silk organza and peau de soie
appliqued with blush pink silk
peau de soie flowers. It was styled
with a scoop n e c k l i n e, short
sleeves„ set-in natural waistband
and a controlled, bell-shaped skirt.
A removable panel train of the ap-
pliqued peau de soie fell to chapel
length. The bride's headpiece, a
crown of seed pearls and tear-
drops, held a pouf veil of silk illu-
sion. She carried a spray of Euch-
arist lilies and butterfly roses.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. Robert D. Paster of
Canoga Park, Calif. Bridesmaids
were Barbara Kaufman, sister of
the bridegroom, and Natalie
Ross. -
The bridegroom was served by
Gary Shingles as best man. Serving
as ushers were Barry Komisaruk,
Allen Kaufman and Robert Paster
of Canoga Park. Honorary ushers
were Alvin Tor en and Peter
Toren.
After a honeymoon in Puerto
Rico and the Virgin Islands, the
couple will make its home in
Royal Oak.



Marriages

GLAZER-KANFER: The Jewish
News regrets an error in the an-
nouncement of the marriage of
Judith Ann Kanfer to Lawrence
Glazer last week. The report left
the erroneous impression that Mr.
Glazer's father was deceased. Par-
ents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Kanfer of Pinehurst Ave.,
Mrs. Ruth Glazer of Third Ave.
and Mr. Joseph Glazer of Everett
Ave., Southfield. Rabbi Benjamin
Gorrelick and Cantor Harold Or-
bach officiated at the July 10 cere-
mony at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel. The bride wore a peau de
sole gown with a fitted bodice em-
bellished with heirloom Venetian
lace. Her round pill box was em-
broidered with pearls, and she car-
ried white roses, Phalaenopsis and
Stephanotis. The bride's sister-in-
law, Mrs. Edward Kanfer, was
matron of honor, and Linda Kir-
schner was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Marcia Gould, Judy
Kahl, Jackie Kaplan and Elissa
Kass, and Barbara Chandler was
junior bridesmaid. The bride's
brother, Edward Kanfer was best
man. Ushers included Jimmy Park-
er, Fred Leff, Howard Nudell, Ger-
ald Kirschner and Harvey Hollo.
Larry Hollo was junior usher. After
honeymooning in New York and
the Concord, the couple will live
in Bayonne, N.J.

EDITH SILVERMAN, 18234 Pine-
burst, has been invited to exhibit
a number of her oils, water colors
and collages Oct. 10 through No-
vember at Metropolitan Hospital.

omen's

Cluhs

JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
hold a games party noon Monday
at Jericho Temple. Luncheon will
be served, and guests are invited.
* * *
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a board meeting
9 p.m. Thursday at the home of
Ann Kaplan, 23740 Wildwood, Oak
Park. The club's annual summer
get-together will be a bawling par-
ty at the Oak Park Lanes 9:30 p.m.
Aug. 14. Refreshments will be
served. For reservations, call
Francis Milgrom, LI 7-7149. The
bowling party will be open to the
public.
* * *
HUNTINGTON WOODS GROUP,
Hadassah, will hold its summer
new members tea on Aug. 10 at
the home of Mrs. Merle Harris,
8151 Lincoln, Huntington Woods.
A petite luncheon will be served
and the afternoon will feature Mrs.
Albert Newman. Guests invited.
For reservations call Mrs. Joseph
Grosman, LI 5-4106, or Mrs. Ed-
ward Narens, LI 8-7659.

*

* *

YOUTH EDUCATION LEAGUE
will hold a board meeting noon
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Jules Sanders, 25876 Pembroke,
Huntington Woods.
* * *
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Conven-
tion delegates who will report on
the Philadelphia parley are Mes-
dames Chana Michlin, Sarah Levin,
Sophie Sislin and alternate Rose
Drachler. Brunch will be served,
and guests are invited.
* * *
DAVID • HORODOKER YOUNG
WOMEN ORGANIZATION w i 11
meet noon Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Morris Gottlieb, 20520
Charlton, Southfield.

Couple Celebrating
Golden Anniversary

MR. AND MRS. ABRAHAMS

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Abrahams,
19321 Evergreen, are observing
their 50th wedding anniversary to-
day.
Married in New York City in
1915, they have called Detroit their
home since 1929.
The event will be celebrated at
a family dinner Sunday at Carl's
Chop House.
Mr. Abrahams, who has been in
the diamond business for 55 years,
is now retired. They have three
children, Mrs. Clare Pecis, Mrs.
Phyllis Kahn and Raymond. They
also have 10 grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

panded and broadened social legis-
lation and activity was adopted.
The convention also called for
a campaign of education and pub-
lic enlightenment on the crime of
genocide against the Jewish people
during the Nazi holocaust. It urged
the U. S. Senate to ratify the geno-
cide convention signed by the na-
tions of the United Nations.
In another resolution it urged
the revision of the 1924 Immigra-
tion Act to liberalize immigration
policy and to eliminate discrimina-
tory provision which based admis-
sion on national origin.
Sessions were addressed by
Baba Idelson, deputy speaker of
the Knesset and head of Moetzet
Hapoalot; and Harris Wofford,
associate director of the U. S.
Peace Corps, who praised Pioneer
Women's work in behalf of Israel's
women and new immigrants. Ra-
chel Ben-Zvi, farmer first lady of
Israel, who was to attend the con-
vention but could not make the
trip because of illness, sent a spe-
cial message.
Mrs. Rose Kaufman of New
York and Cleveland was elected
president, succeeding Mrs. Blanche
Fine, who served for two years.
Pioneer Women has raised a
total of $2,046,652 during the past
two years, it was announced by
Mrs. Fine.
She said that a total $4,712,670
in Israel Bonds have been sold
by the organization during the
same period. This brings the total
amount raised by Pioneer Women
for Israel Bonds since 1951 to
$25,007,720.
Pioneer Women also raised
$1,000,000 for the completion of
the "Hevel Negev" project of the
Jewish National Fund for the re-
clamation of land in the Negev
area from Dimona to Sde Boker,
Mrs. Fine reported. The organ-
ization was presented at the con-
vention with a citation by the JNF
for its efforts on behalf of the
project.

Mrs. Fealk Elected
1st Vice President
of BB District 6

Mrs. Philip Fealk, 18075 Appo-
line, was elected first vice presi-
dent of Bnai Brith Women, District
6 at the annual Midwest convention
in Chicago. Over 300 delegates
from eight Midwestern states and
four provinces in Canada attended
the four-day convention.
Newly elected members of the
board of directors include Mes-
dames Leon Dreylinger, Sidney
Eidelman and Harold Robinson, all
of Detroit, and Mrs. Jack Sayles
of Oak Park.
Mrs. Fealk has
served as presi-
dent of Bnai
Brith Women's
Council of Metro-
politan Detroit
and is a past
president of
Brandeis C h a A-
ter. She also has
held m any im-
portant d i s trict
chairmanships in
the many years ;Rea
Mrs. Fealk
in which she
was a member of the board of di-
rectors of District 6. Mrs. Fealk
is an active member of the Michi-
gan Region Board of ADL and a
member of the BBYO regional
board, was on the Mayor's Com-
mittee for the United Nations, a
delegate to the Jewish Community
Council and past president of the
League of Jewish Women's Organ-
izations.

Mrs. ISRAEL YOUNG of Forest
Hills, L. I., will serve as chairman
of the 40th annual national conven-
tion of the Mizrachi Women's Or-
ganization of America, scheduled
for Nov. 7 - 10 in Atlantic City.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 30, 1965-13

Picnic Slated
Barry Elkowitz to Take Ruzhiner
Ruzhiner will have a picnic noon
15 in Palmer Park. In case of
Miss Steingold as Bride Aug.
rain, the picnic will be held in-

doors at the synagogue, 18450 Wyo-
ming. Guests invited.

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Elkowitz of Ilene Ave. A March
wedding is planned.

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