Phyllis Greenber to Weci
Richard 0. Heideman .
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MISS PHYLLIS GREENBERG
Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Greenberg
of Cranston, R.I., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Phyllis Edythe to Richard Dennis
Heideman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Heideman, former De-
troiters of Louisville.
Miss Greenberg is past president
of Blackstone-Narragansett Region
of Bnai Brith Youth Organization.
Her fiance was the former inter-
national president of BBYO. He
attends the University of Michigan.
A June wedding is planned.
SHER-VILLA CHAPTER, Wom-
en's American ORT, will hold a
games party 8 p.m. Monday at
the Metropolitan Bridge Studio,
23029 Coolidge, Oak Park. Refresh-
ments will be served.
American Legion, will join the post
at a special meeting 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Workmen's Circle
Center. Donations were given to
Camp Grace Bentley for Crippled
Children, and Lapeer Institute for
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
will hold an election meeting 12:30
p.m. Monday in the social hall.
Mrs. Richard Kamil, vice presi-
dent of program, announces that
Dr. Saul Padover, political analyst
and author who is professor of
political science at the New York
School for Social Research in New
York, will speak on "Vietnam and
After." Coffee and cake will pre-
cede the meeting.
TICAL AUXILIARY will meet
noon April 17 at the home of
Mrs. Nathan Schwartz, 20820
Wakefield, Southfield. New tribute
chairman is Mrs. Rose Klein.
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KNOB CIRCLE CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will have
a white elephant and antique sale
at the Knob Woods Club House.
Refreshments will be served. Ad-
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FIGHTERS will hold a board of
directors meeting noon Monday
at Bnai David Synagogue. Mrs.
Maury Gordon, vice president of
fund raising, has announced that
tickets for the bowling party May
4 at North Lanes are available
to members and their friends. For
tickets and information, call Mrs.
Richard Ziegler, 398-9630.
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YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM will meet noon Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. Joseph
Kay, 17275 Magnolia Pkwy., South-
field. Plans for the forthcoming
donor luncheon will be discussed.
Mrs. Abe Meisner will be co-
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, will hold an open
installation of officers 9 p.m. Mon-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Friends are invited. Freda R. Jay-
son, past grand matron and grand
secretary of the order, will be
installing matron. The officers to
be installed are Sophia Rosen,
worthy matron; Sam Goldstein,
worthy patron; Beryl Perlman,
associate matron; Ruth Kleinman,
conductress; Sondra Gorosh, sec-
retary; and Rose Klein, treasurer.
A reception in honor of the new
officers will follow.
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MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO-
CIETY Women's Auxiliary will
hold a board meeting noon Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. Ralph
Coskey, 21180 Independence, South-
field. Assisting Mrs. Coskey as
co-hostesses will be Mesdames
Harold Daitch, Henry Green, My-
ron Joyrich, Norman Moss, Nor-
man Wechsler and Richard Zirkin.
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SHARON GROUP, Hadassah, a
new group formed as a result of
the merger of South Oakland
County and Metropolitan Detroit
Chapters of Hadassah, will hold
a petite luncheon at the home of
Mrs. Harry Gutow, 29470 Leemoor,
Southfield, 12:30 p.m., April 30.
Guest speakers will be Mrs. Jack
Pearlman, president of the De-
troit Chapter of Hadassah, and
Mrs. Charles Snider, president of
the South Oakland County Chapter.
All Hadassah members living in
the Sharon Group area, 11 Mile to
13 Mile Rds. and Lahser to Green-
field Rds., are invited. For infor-
mation, call Mrs. Carl Scott, 353-
0063, or Mrs. Arthur Schuster
More than 30 educational and 8-9.
Hours for the first three Health-
scientific exhibits, together with
12 free medical tests, will be of- 0-Ramas will be 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
fered to Detroit area residents at daily. The Wayne State event will
a series of Health-O-Ramas sched- be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Shiffman
uled by Women for the UnitedClinic of Sinai Hospital is a par-
Foundation in cooperation with the I ticipating agency.
United Health Organization.
The Health-O-Ramas will be held
in four geographic locations: North-
land Shopping Center, April 25 - 27;
Westland Shopping Center, May
16-18; Eastland Shopping Center,
May 23-25; and Wayne State Uni-
versity's Old Main Building, June
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Child Rescue Unit
Aids Israel Projects
MRS, MAURICE GALINSKY
Northwest Child Rescue Women,
which will celebrate its 20th anni-
versary with a boutique sale 10
a.m. - 10 p.m. April 23 at the Labor
Zionist Institute, has contributed
much of its energy to philanthrp-
pies in Israel.
The women have been working
since June on hand-made proj-
ects, and there will also be an
antique dealer, bake sale, white
elephant and other booths at the
During the past 20 years, the
organization has been able to aid
Mizrachi women with construction
of the children's home in Kfar
Batya, Raanana; the furnishings
and equipment of the domestic sci-
ence kitchen at Beth Zeiroth Miz-
rachi, Tel Aviv; the auditorium, li-
brary and club rooms at the youth
center at Mosad Aliya, Peta Tik-
va; and the construction of the
bomb shelter at Mosad Aliya which
was used during the Six - Day War.
The group has also contribu-
ted for the Shirley Biller Me-
morial Wing at Bar-Ilan High
School Tel Aviv; the equipment
of the domestic science kitchen
of the Vocational High School
for Girls, Beersheba, and the re-
modeling of the Bakka Settle-
ment House in Jerusalem.
For tickets and information, call
Mrs. Max Kasoff, boutique chair-
man, 342-4986; or Mrs. Max Wolf,
ticken chairman, LI 8-8834.
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Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
will hold a meeting and social 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Workmen's
Circle Center to discuss a games
party in June.
Marcia Jean Cohen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cohen, of Lin-
coln, Neb., and Maurice Galinsky,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Galin-
sky of Shrewsbury Rd. were mar-
ried in Lincoln's Tifereth Israel
The bride's gown was of linen
Venetian lace fashioned a tulip
collar and tipped the fitted sleeves.
The court train falling from a
decolletage neckline was edged in
lace. A watteau cluster of lace
leaves edged in rope of pearl
caught her veil, and she carried
Elaine Galinsky, sister of the
bridegroom, was maid of honor.
Members of the bridal party were
Mrs. Meyer Cohen of Washington,
Mrs. Stephen Davidson and Mrs.
Stanley Cohen of Lincoln, Jo Ann
Schwartz of Brooklyn and Joyce
Davidson of Lincoln.
Louis Galinsky, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man. Ushers
He that pursues greatness,
were Arnold Turovitz of Chicago,
will elude him; he that
Maj. Meyer Cohen of Washington, greatness
Allan Saltzman, Steven Taylor and eludes greatness, greatness will
pursue him.—Erubin 13
Stanley Cohen of Lincoln.
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