THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Robert Spector Marries
Karen Marcia Faber
JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPE-
AN WELFARE ORGANIZATION
held its installation of officers re-
cently. Those installed were Mes-
dames Morris Miller, president;
Anne Plascove and 0. H. Kavieff
honorary vice presidents; Louis
Honigman, Phillip Schlussel, Ben
Tushman, Bertha Weisman and
Ida Silber, vice presidents; Ida
Goldsmith, Julius Schlussel and
Paul Weinstein, secretaries; Golda
Dorfman, Paul Weinstein, Charles
Hanenberg, Max Vernon and Har-
ry Adler, trustees; Jack Seder,
chairman of tree fund; Max Duck-
er, birthday fund; Elsa Palmer,
flower fund; Mildred Meyers and
Harry Adler, visiting comittee;
MRS. ROBERT SPECTOR
Ann Shindler and Charles Hanen-
In a recent candlelight ceremony ber, delegates: Molly Baseman and
at Beth Aaron Synagogue, Karen Fanny Laufer, hospitality.
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Marcia Faber became the bride
of Robert Spector. Rabbi Benjamin
NORTH WOODWARD BRANCH,
Gorrelick and Cantor Moses Seren- Jewish Women European Welfare
Organization, will hold a lawn and
Parents of the couple are Mr. games party, noon Tuesday at the
and Mrs. Arthur Faber of Adrian home of Mrs. L. Lebow, 18250
Rd., Southfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Mendota. The proceeds will go
David Spector of Woodvilla Pl., toward the group's cases in Israel.
The community is invited. New of-
The bride ware an Empire- ficers for the coming term are
styled gown of re-embroidered Al- Mesdames Morris Haut, president;
encon lace over silk peau de soie. Mollie Baseman, Gussie Cardish
The gown was fashioned with a and Dora Lichterman, vice presi-
Sabrina neckline, doublet sleeves dents; Birdie Zaff, treasurer; Mor-
and an A-line skirt. A silk peau ris Miller, secretary; L. Lebow,
de sole, vvatteau-style train fell flower fund; and L. Curtis, chair-
to chapel length. A matching bow man of memorial
held the full veil of imported silk
SAAD, raising funds for Park-
illusion. The bride carried orchids
and Stephanotis on her confirma- inson's Disease research, will have
a theater party the evening of Aug.
10 at the Six Mile Theater, with a
Lynn Faber served her sister special first-run sneak preview.
as maid of honor. Bridesmaids For information, call Thelma Lev-
were Arlene Tyner, Mrs. Robert enstein, UN 1-6668.
Sickman, Andrea Ross, Joann
Goodfriend, Barbara Goodfriend
and Marilyn Greene. Janet Faber,
sister of the bride, was junior CLUB will hold a board meeting
bridesmaid. Susan Spector was at the home of President Mrs.
Manuel Neiman, 18'030 Pennington,
8:30 p.m. Monday. Plans are being
Larry Spector served his brother formulated for the annual donor
as best man. Ushers were Roger luncheon which will be held at the
Shackett, Fred Miller, Howard Latin Quarter in November.
Perlman, Robert Sickman, Max
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Spector, brother of the bride-
groom, Howard Faber and Herb
Weinberg. Steven Troseh and How- YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB-
ard Spector were junior ushers BATH LEAGUE will meet Wednes-
and Michael Spector was ring day at Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel-
Tikvah, with lunch at 12:30 p.m.
Leizer Levin will be guest
Following a Florida honeymoon,
the couple will reside in Oak Park. speaker. The social committee is
headed by Mrs. Walter Epstein,
assisted by Mesdames Rose Biele-
wich, Meyer Biegler, Arthur Cut-
IN WEDDING • BAR . MITZVAH ler, Leo Leifer, Esther Sachs and
CONFIRMATION AND PARTY Julius Spielberg. Plans will be for-
mulated for a garden lunch to be
held in August.
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ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold its
annual garden party noon July 25,
at the home of Mrs. Morton Roth,
24386 North Carolina, Southfield.
For information and reservations,
call Mrs. Willard Zamsky, 862-
8461. Guests invited.
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DETROIT LADIES of AMERI-
CAN MEDICAL CENTER at DEN-
VER, will meet noon Tuesday at
the Jewish Community Center.
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FANNIE G L U C K CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women will hold a lunch-
eon and garden party 12:30
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Emil S p i l m a n, 18248 Stratford,
Southfield. Hostesses are Mes-
dames Roy Forman, Max Mendel-
son, Milton Radner, Ben Sherman
and Ben Schneider. Proceeds will
go to the summer camp program.
For reservations, call Mrs. I. M.
Becker, LI. 8-0115, or Mrs.' Sam
Freedman, EL 6-6171.
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DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
City of Hope, will hold a meeting
of the board of governors 11 a.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs.
Thomas Rosenberg, 10614 St. Mar-
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CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold the annual picnic noon
Wednesday at Palmer Park near
the swimming pool. Rose Yendick
asks all members, their families
and friends to attend. Participants
should bring their lunches.
Friday, July 15, 1966-15
Jewish Parents Institute
Elects New Officers
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The Jewish Parents Institute of
the Jewish Center announced the
following newly elected officers:
Harold Gales, President; Aaron
Sherman, vice-president; Mrs. Jack
Canchester, secretary; and Jack
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