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July 15, 1966 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-15

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16—Friday, July 15, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mrs. Lodge Named Roberta Ruby Becomes
Mrs. Dennis Bowman
Sinai Hospital
Nursing Director

Mrs. Mary Lodge, R.N., an Army
Air Force nurse World War II
and a member of the nursing pro-
fession for 21 years, has been
named director of nursing at Sinai
Hospital. Her appointment was an-
; -y..tz:,-. -wmm;g flounced by Syd-
C. Peimer,
.Sinai administra-
tor..
Born in Lewis-
town, Mont., Mrs.
Lodge received
her undergradu-
ate degree with
honors from the
Montana State
College in Boze-
Mrs. Lodge man in 1943 and
then spent two years at Luke Field
in Phoenix, Ariz., with the AAF.
She came to Michigan in 1949
as the inservice supervisor at the
Maybury Sanatorium in Northville
where she remained until 1956.
Mrs. LOdge returned to school and
received her MasterS Degree in
Nursing Service Administration
from Wayne State University in
1958 and a year later became in-
service supervisor at Sinai.
Mrs. Lodge was named assistant
director of nursing in 1960 and
had been acting director since Oc-
tober of last year. She resides at
15026 Auburndale, Livonia, with
her husband, John, a senior de-
signer-draftsman for the Livonia
Transmission and Chassis Division,
Ford Motor Co., and their four
children, John, Kenneth, Larry and
Mark.

13th Century Financier

Benedict of Winchester, a lead-
ing 13th Century British - Jewish
financier, was a senior official of
King. Edward and Queen Eleanor.

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MRS. DENNIS BOWMAN

Roberta Sue Ruby, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin S. Ruby of
Woodville Place, Southfield, be-
came the bride of Dennis Arthur
Bowman, in a recent ceremony
which took place at the Kingsley
Inn Lodge. Rabbi Leon Fram and
Cantor Orbach officiated.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Buren Bowman of
Six Mile Rd., Livonia.

The bride wore a gown of im-
ported silk Chantilly lace with ap-
pliques of seed pearls and aurora
borealis, on a bell-shaped skirt and
cathedral train, which formed a
bustle. Her crown was of aurora
borealis and pearls, which held a
silk, imported illusion veil which
was tiered. She carried Stephan-
otis and roses as her bridal bou-
quet.
Norman Ruby, brother of the
bride, was the best man. Donna
Ruby, her sister-in-law, was matron
of honor. Bridesmaids were Linda
Fealk, Gloria Meister, Kirsten
Johnson and Susan Rubenstein.

Ushers were Stanley Ruby,
brother of the bride, Neil Lullove,
Jim Ellsworth and Thomas Pak-
ala. David Bowman, brother of the
bridegroom, and Melody Fenton
were ring bearer and flower girl.
The couple left for a honeymoon
in the East and will reside on
W. Eight Mile Rd.

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SandraYanitzEngaged
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Marriages

GOODMAN-RANDS: Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Jay Rands of Park-
side Rd. announce the marriage of
their daughter Karen Fleur to
Joel 'Robert Goodman, Sunday.
Mr. Goodman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard H. Goodman of
Wisconsin Ave. Dr. Richard C.
Hertz performed the ceremony in
a garden setting at the bride's
home. The new Mrs. Goodman
wore a gown of cotton pique deeply
bordered with organza flowers
scattered on silk illusion insets
and repeated on a bolero. A
shoulder-length veil was secured
by a traditional circlet. The bride
carried a cascade of Phalaenopsis
orchids over her confirmation
Bible. Ilene Kay Saperston was the
bride's maid of honor, and Ed-
ward Paul May served as best man.
Mr. and Mrs. Goodman will reside
in Detroit.
* ,* *
SCHMIDT-FRIEDMAN. At a re-
cent ceremony at Beth Hillel Syn-
agogue, Wilmette Ill., Rochelle
Ann Friedman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Friedman former
ly of Detroit, was united in mar-
riage to Camilo K. Schmidt, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmidt of
Phoenix, formerly of Caracas.
Grandmothers of the bride are Mrs.
Tulley J. Pomerance of Detroit
and Mrs. Harry. Friedman of Oak
Park.

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MISS SANDRA YANITZ

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Yanitz of
Lincoln Rd. Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Sandra to Jay Stark, son of the
Sidney Starks of Mendota Ave.
The bride-elect attends Wayne
State University, her fiance, a
graduate of Wa y ne State Univer-
sity where he was affiliated with
the Sigma-Alpha Mu and Omicron
Delta Kappa Honorary Fraternity,
is attending graduate school at the
University of Michigan.

It is said that too many church
members are working at the tailor-
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•Once again, Mrs. Harry Kaplan
will hold a garden party to bene-
fit needy Israeli children, an an-
nual event she Sponsors in mem-
ory of her three children who died
in German concentration camps.
The party, open to all women
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Mrs. Kaplan, a member of
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The traditional Tisha b'Av ap-
peal in behalf of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund and its land reclama-
tion and soil development projects
in Israel will be conducted in con-
gregations in Michigan and around
the nation, Monday evening, July
25, and Tuesday morning, July 26,
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man and Harry Cohen, co-chair-
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and Cohen urges rabbis and syna-
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has an opportunity to demonstrate
his devotion to the land and people
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