Karen Aston Becomes
Mrs. Steven Feldman
MRS. STEVEN FELDMAN
At Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Karen
Felice Aston and Steven Jerrold
Feldman were united in marriage
Daughter 'of Mrs. Bernard A.
Aston of Greenview Rd., South-
field, and the late Mr. Aston, she
was given in marriage by her
maternal grandfather, Alex Letvin.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Irving Feldman of
River Crest Dr., Southfield.
The bride wore a gown of im-
ported English net, scattered with
appliques of Alencon lac.: and crys-
tal beading. The controlled cage
silhouette was designed with a
Sabrina neckline outlined with a
yoke of silk satin. This motif was
repeated at the hemline with a
deep banding of satin and lace.
The watteau train was detachable.
A banding of matching lace lined
the bouffant veil of imported silk
Sue Ellen Dubrowsky, sister of
the bride, was matron of honor.
The bridegroom's sister, Joanne
Feldman, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Ellen Feldman,
Judy Stern. Marilyn Weisberg.
Joan Axelrod, Linda Lawson and
Bruce F e 1 ci m a n, the bride-
groom's brother, was best man.
Ushers were James Feldman.
David Weisberg, Norbert Zucker-
man, Harold Dubrowsky, Miles
Stone, Richard Canvasser and Ger-
After a honeymoon trip to
Puerto Rico. and the Virgin
Islands, the couple will live in
Milwaukee, where the bridegroom
attends Marquette University Den-
THE ALL NEW 1967
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
31r., Mrs. Carp to Ala rk Golden Anniversa r) ,
The WOMEN'S AUXILIARY of
the JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
will hold an open membership
meeting 12:30 p.m. Sept. 12 at
Cong. Bnai Moshe. Program chair-
man Mrs. Irving Arlin will present
Mrs. Joshua Sperka for the open-
ing invocation, and vocalist Sylvia
Heideman with accompanist Mrs.
Jack B. Mash. Miss Heideman is
affaliated with the Rackham Sym-
phony choir and the Bell Canto
and Music Choral Groups. A des-
sert luncheon has been arranged
by social hostess Mrs. Nathan Ro-
sin, her committee and the hos-
tesses for the afternoon; Mesdames
Norman Adilman, Philip Ash, Lea
Feldman, Charles Friedenberg,
Jack Grossbart, Albert Potiker and
Morriz Schubiner. A hand-crochet-
ed afghan will be given to a paid-
up member. For transportation,
call the JNF office, UN 4-2767, by
Sept. 8. Mrs. William Levin, pre-
sident, and Mrs. Samuel Warsh,
membership chair m a n, invite
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JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION and
NORTH WOODWARD BRANCH
will hold a joint installation of of-
ficers noon Tuesday at Jericho
Temple. Mrs. Jack Seder will in-
stall the officers of the main group.
Mrs. Leon Dreylinger will install
the officers of the branch. Offi-
cers to be installed are: Mesdames
Morris Miller, president; Ann Plas-
cove and 0. H. Kavieff, honorary
vice presidents; Louis Honigman,
Phillip Schlussel, Ben Tushman,
Leo Laufer and Ida Silber, vice
presidents; Ida Goldsmith, treas-
urer; Paul Weinstein, correspond-
ing secretary; Golda Dorfman,
Paul Weinstein, Max Vernon and
Harry Adler, trustees; Julius
Schlussel, financial and recording
secretary; Jack Seder, chairman
of tree fund and bond chairman;
Max Ducker, birthday fund; Elsa
Palmer, flower fund; Mildred
Meyers and Harry Adler. visiting
committee; Ann Shindler and
Charles IIanenberg, delegates.
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KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its first meeting
of the season 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Plans for future activities will be
discussed. Hostesses will be Ruth
Schecter and Ruth Klempner.
Tania Berman is president.
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold its first meeting of the
season noon Wednesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. A scholar-
ship named for the late Rachel
Levine will be organized. Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Cottler will serve
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CITY OF HOPE DETROIT
CANCER FIGHTERS will hold a
"get acquainted evening" to wel-
come new members 8:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at Bnai David Synagogue.
Mrs. Harold Kozloff, president, will
discuss a five-year, $10,000,000
"new horizons" program to in-
crease facilities and services at the
specialized pilot medical center
where doctors and scientists com-
bat cancer and leukemia, and
blood, chest and heart disorders.
"New Horizons of Hope," a City
of Hope documentary narrated by
Greer Gerson and Gene Barry, will
be shown. For information, call
Mrs. Jerome Kornheiser, EL 7-
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LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH and SABBATH
LEAGUE will open the fall season
with a meeting and luncheon spon-
sored by Molly Plotnitsky noon
Tuesday at Beth Tefilo Emanuel
Tikvah Synagogue. Guest speaker
will be Rabbi Samuel Adler.
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LIVONIA JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION SISTERHOOD will hold
a rummage sale Wednesday at the
synagogue, 7 to 10 p.m. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Eugene Tap-
fer, 421-0041, or Mrs. Sam Siegel,
Friday, September 1, 1967-19
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Friends are invited to the
meeting, at which the chapter will
wish a bon voyage to Mr. and Mrs.
V. Lefton, who are leaving on a
trip to South America.
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Women's American Ort, will hold
its annual rummage sale Sept. 21
and 22, at the Ferndale Women's
Club. For rummage pick up, call
Mrs. Warren Greenstone, EL
3-5049; Mrs. Robert Kahn, UN
1-6414; or Mrs. Jack Milen, 644-
0805. For information call Mrs.
Albert Schweitzer, 626-0488.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ben Carp, 20034 and Mrs. Carp have five children
Archer, will celebrate their golden and 15 grandchildren.
wedding anniversary Sunday at a
reception given by their sons and
We Are Pleased to Announce
daughters in Mayfair Caterers. Mr.
That on or About
CORSETS BY EVA
We Will Be Located at
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SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi
Women, will hold its opening meet-
ing noon Wednesday at Beth Joseph
Synagogue. Sponsors for the meet-
ing are Mesdames James Beilis,
Israel Abramson and Israel Ni-
dorf. Guest speaker Mrs. Max
Goldsmith recently returned from
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE DIRECT
Israel. Guests are invited.
FROM THE IMPORTER
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SHERUTH LEAGUE will meet
12:30 p.m. Sept. 12 at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Wally Rosenberg
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
will speak on wine appreciation.
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bution to the forthcoming donor 1
luncheon. Program chairman is
Mrs. Irving Adler.
NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE
WOMEN will hold its first board
meeting of the season 12:30 p.m. '
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Sam
Singer, 12740 Sterling, Oak Park.
The regular meeting will be held
8:30 p.m. Sept. 14 at II oward
Johnson's, Eight Mile Rd. and
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SA'AD steering committee for
the Oct. 23 fashion show will meet
8 p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Ethel Portner, 18932 Pen-
nington. Proceeds of the fashion
show are donated to Wayne State
University for Parkinsons Disease
research. For further information
call Mrs. Portner, 861-1528.
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CO - OPERATIVE C O U N C I L.
League of Jewish Women, will hold
a breakfast meeting 9:30 a.m.
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Manuel Neiman, 18030 Pennington.
The meeting is open to presidents
and case chairman of the participat_
ing groups. Primrose Group will
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DETROIT LADIES OF AMERI-
CAN MEDICAL CENTER AT
DENVER will meet noon Tuesday
at the Jewish Center.
Eban to Address
Hadassah's 53rd annual conven-
tion, to be held in Miami Beach
Municipal Auditorium, Sept. 17-
20, will be addressed by Israel
Foreign Minister Abba Eban, Prof.
William Ilaber, Mrs. Mortimer Ja-
cobson, the organization's national
president, Prof. Kalman Mann,
director-general of the Hadassah
medical organization in Israel, and
A high point of the session on
Sept. 18 will be the presentation of
the Hadassah Henrietta Szold
Award to Dr. Michael E. DeBakey,
noted heart surgeon, who is pro-
fessor of surgery and chairman of
the department of surgery, Baylor
University College of Medicine,
Houston. In 1964, Dr. DeBakey
was appointed by President
Lyndon B. Johnson to the chair-
manship of the President's Com-
mission on Heart Disease, Cancer
Dr. DeBakey will receive the
award in recognition of his contri-
butions to heart surgery. The
award—the highest tribute of Ha-
dassah—comprises .a citation and
a gift of $1,000.
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