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June 17, 1966 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 17, 1966-19

Faith Hertz Marries
Di; Lederer of S. Africa

omen's Club activities

ROSENWALD AUXILIARY,
American Legion, announces the
election of the following officers
for 1966-67: Mesdames Rebecca
Mitchell, president; Lydia Slakter
and Esther Oshan, vice presidents;
Marion Tennebaum, secretary; Ann
Gottlieb, treasurer; Clara Shapiro,
chaplain; Sarah Jacobson, his-
torian; Frances Green, parliamen-
tarian; Josephine Weinswieg, ser-
geant-at-arms, and Tille Sable,
color bearer. Elected to the execu-
tive board were Mesdames Mollie
Elias, Fay Bogrow, Sarah Lebow
and Jean Weintraub.
* * *
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will hold an installation luncheon
noon Tuesday at the Labor Zion-
ist Institute. Mrs. Adele Mondry
will be chairman of the day. Re-
ports of the yearly activities will
be given by Mrs. Chana Michlin,
president, and Sohpie Sislin, vice
president of funds. Mrs. Sam Fish-
man, president of Detroit Council
of Pioneer Women, will be install-
ing officer. For tickets, call Sara
Levin, 835-7031. Guests invited.

MRS. ROLF LEDERER

Faith Barbara Hertz and Rolf

A. Lederer were united in mar-

riage recently in an evening cere-
mony. Rabbi Samuel H. Prero and
Rabbi Ernest Greenfield officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Kurt J. Hertz of Manor
Ave. The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Benno Lederer of
Cape Town, South Africa.
The bride received her bache-
lors degree from Wayne State Uni-
versity and her master's degree in
library science from the Univer-
sity of Michigan.
The bridegroom is a graduate
Of the University of Cape Town
Medical School and . furthered
his studies in Edinburgh, Scot-
land. He is currently chief resi-
dent in psychiatry at Boston
City Hospital and a teaching
fellow at Harvard.
As her ensemble the bride wore
a gown of candlelight satin with
borders of imported Swiss lace on
neckline, sleeves and hem. The
full Watteau train was edged with
lace and she wore a matching silk
Shoulder-length veil. She carried a
bouquet of sweetheart roses and

PioneerWomen Has
Triple Installation

Stephanotis.

Debbie Hertz, her sister and
Evelyn Lederer, sister of the bride-
groom, were her maids of honor.
The bridesmaids were Lisa Volow
and Chani Prero. Irene Blank was
the flower girl.
The bridegroom asked Dr. Ben
Mizrachy to be his best man and
Dr. Michael Berger and Dr. Har-
vey Golombeck to be his ushers.
After a honeymoon in upstate New
York, the couple will reside in
Brookline, Mass.

_Women's Branch Names
Mrs. Duchan President

The Great Lakes Chapter of
Women's Branch, Union of Ortho-
dox Congregations of America, has
elected Mrs. Milton Duchan presi-
- dent for the coming year.
Other officers are Mesdames
David Dombey and Joel Litke, vice
presidents; Joshua Sperka, kashruth
chairman; Harry Portnoy, liaison;
Lillian Varnen, secretary; Irving
Wyman, sunshine; Kurt Hertz,
Publicity; Seymour Ribiat, hospi-
tal kashruth; and David Cern,
treasurer.
The eight affiliated branches of
Great Lakes Chapter of Women's
Branch are Congregations Gemi-
luth Chassodim, Mishkan Israel,
Bnai David, Beth Abraham, Shaar
Hashomayim of Windsor, Young
Israel of Greenfield, Young Israel
of Northwest and Young Israel of
Oak-Woods.

Branch Two to Honor
L. Stone on 75th Year

Branch Two, Poale Zion, will
honor member J. L. Stone on his
75th birthday 8 p. m. Wednesday
at Oak Manor Caterers.
Members of the branch, friends
and the Stone family have raised
$500 toward a scholarship in his
honor, the Wertheim Scholarship,
at the Jewish Teachers Seminary.
Participants in the program will
be Mrs. Ben Z. Freeman, Louis
Levine, Aaron Kutnick, Aaron Bor-
enstein and Mrs. Adele Mondry.
The Habonim Dance Group also
will take part.

NEW LIFE CHAPTER, Ameri-
can Medical Center at Denver, will
meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at Mrs.
Donald Golden's home, 19285 Can-
terbury. Plans for a dinner-dance
July 14 at the Elmwood Casino will
be discussed. For information or
tickets, call Mrs. Donald Golden,
UN 4-8343, or Mrs. Irving Chaiken,
UN 3-6574.
* * *
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Nissim Hayward, 18495 Washburn.
Speaker will be Rabbi Hayward.
* * *
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY GROUP will
meet 4 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. Sally Waintraub, 19210
Stansbury. Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Joseph Borenstein.
* * *
TUROVER LADIES AUXILIARY
will hold its anniversary banquet
6 p.m. July 10 at the new temple,
10310 W. 7 Mile. _ There will be
music and entertainment. The pub-
lic is invited. For information, call
* *
Sara Schulzinger, 342-1645.
PYTHIAN SISTERS will hold a
* * *
paid-up membership tea 8 p.m.
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
Wednesday at the temple.
the Eastern Star, will hold its ini-
* * *
tiation 7:45 p.m. Monday at Eureka
Temple for the final meeting of the
s e a s o n. Refreshments will be
served.
* * *
DETROIT
CANCER FIGHT-
Detroit Council of Pioneer Wo-
men, in a unique triple installa- ERS,-City of Hope, will hold a Vic-
Dinner for members that have
tion ceremony, saw Mrs. Milton tory
attained the required fund-raising
Weiss, past Coun-
quota 6:30 p.m. Monday at Rosen-
cil president, in-
berg's Holiday Caterers. Awards
stall the presi-
for achievements during the year,
dents of 16 chap-
including special awards, will be
ters, officers of
presented by Mrs. Charles Young,
council and a
vice-president of fund raisin g.
new chapter, to
Chairman of the e v e n i n g, Mrs.
be called De-
Louis Markle, has planned a pro-
gania.
gram of entertainment. Admittance
The following
is by invitation only.
Council officers
• • *
were installed: Mrs. Fishman
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY will
Mesdames Sam (Doris) Fishman, hold a luncheon - meeting noon
president; Irving Turner, Norman June 24 at Metropolitan B a n k,
Kanter, Frank Rath and Aaron Southfield near 14 Mile Rd. Guests
Katzman, vice presidents; Sol invited.
* * *
Schwartz, treasurer; Beril Bloom,
David Dworkin, Harry Levitt, Her-
EQUALITY CLUB will meet
man Kanter, Gerald Goldberg and 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home
Louis Newman, secretaries.
of Rose Gennis, 10620 Saratoga,
Degania Chapter, composed of Oak Park.
- • • •
young married women, accepted
DAVID HORODOKER YOUNG
their charter through their presi-
WOMEN ORGANIZATION w i 11
dent, Mrs. Carl Herman.
For the first time, Pioneer hold its installation of officers noon
women has three generations of Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Sid-
ney Fishman, 20223 St. Marys.
one family as members. They are
Mrs. Moses Lehrman, chairman,
Mrs. Chaika Greenberg, a life
and charter member of Club will install Mesdames Julius Zem-
Two, her slaughter, Mrs. Norman mol, president; Morris Gottlieb
Kanter, a member of Massada and Leo Holman, vice presidents;
Chapter, past president of Coun- Bernard Chase, Ralph Remar, Jack
cil, national board member and Friedman and Philip Kutnick, sec-
currently vice president of or- retaries; and Julius Spielberg, trea-
ganization and membership of surer.
* * •
Council; and her granddaughters,
CHANA
CZENESH
CHAPTER,
Marcia Buch and Betsey Cohen,
charter members of the new De- Pioneer Women will meet noon
Monday at the Labor Zionist In-
gania chapter.
stitute, Sara Friedman will install
Mrs. Norman Leemon, chairman Mesdames Clara Marks, president;
of the day, introduced Louis Levi- Ethel Philips, Esther LaMed, Jean
tan of the Detroit Israel Bond Kurtzman and Mary Granadier,
Committee, who presented a special vice presidents; Ethel Blitz, trea-
award to Pioneer Women for an surer; Fannie Levine, Kate Weine,
outstanding .job of selling Israel Vera Liepah, and Rose Colman,
Bonds through the years. Last secretaries; Sara Friedman, pro-
year, Pioneer Women sold over gram chairman; and Ruth Carel,
$104,000 in Israel Bonds.
dues. Ethel Philips will be chair-
Percy Kaplan of the Jewish Na- man of the day. A luncheonette
tional Fund presented an award will be served. Guests are invited.
* * *
to member Mrs. Rose Naimark for
her outstanding services to JNF.
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its victory and
installation of officers luncheon at
the home of Mrs. Jack Wilk, 17323
Woodingham, noon Tuesday. A pro-
gram has been planned. For res-
LEASH-SNIDER: Mr. and Mrs. ervations call Mrs. Wilk, UN
Ben Snider, 28018 Tavistock, 3-7118.
• * *
Southfield, announce the marriage
of their daughter Judith to David
WOMEN'S DIVISION of
Leash, son of Mrs. Bessie Leash WORKMEN'S CIRCLE, will present
of San Francisco. The marriage a dinner at the Workmen's Circle
took place June 5 at the St. Francis Center 7:30 p.m. Saturday. The
Hotel, San Francisco. After an ex- musical portion of the program will
tended honeymoon trip to Europe, be presented by concert singer
the couple will reside in San Fran- Pearl Kaplan with Betty Polen at
cisco.
the piano. Friends are invited.

amages

-

GOLDA MEIR. CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will have its instal-
lation-dinner at the Labor Zionist
Institute, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Chairman for the evening will be
Mrs. Joseph Lipman. Installing
chairman will be Mrs. Max Glad-
stone. The invocation will be given
by Mrs. Israel Weisman. New offi-
cers to be installed are Mesdames
Julius Green, president; Morris
Fealk and Sam Lupovich, vice
presidents; Ann Mondrow, treas-
urer; Irving Stepak, Max Levitsky
and Samuel Byck, secretaries. A
short skit will be presented.
* * *
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Meyer Liberson, 13360 Wales. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Gerson
Frankel.


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