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May 10, 1968 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-10

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TIN DETROIT

Susan Lee Jonas Weds
Dr. Howard B. Dubin

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Friday, May 10, 196'

NEWS

activities in Society

New officers of Beta Lambda Chapter, Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority,
at Wayne State University, are Nancy Umlah, president; Rena Harold
and Linda Matlen, vice presidents; Janice Kamienny and Hilda Tabach-
nick, secretaries; and Wendy Weiss, treasurer. Newly initiated pledges
are Suzanne Greenberg, Deborah Hutto, Fay Isaacs, Janice Lampear,
Andrea Liberman, Charlene Overthal, Joan Penner, Mirim Shurgin and
Zenia Weiner.
David Behr Bockoff will be honored upon his graduation from
the Wayne State University medical school and his internship in San
Diego with an open house at the home of his mother, Mrs. Edward
Ellis, 666 W. Maplehurst, Ferndale, 2-5 p.m. May 26.

Suburban
GREEN-8 CENTER

Shop Sunday 12 Noon to 5 P.M.

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Young Adults to Hold Art Show to Help Fund
'Feeling Groovy' Affair Suicide Prevention Center

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MRS. HOWARD DUBIN

Susan Lee Jonas, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pinchuk of
Stonewood Ct., Farmington, and
the late Mr. Arthur Jonas, and Dr.
Howard Barry Dubin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Al Dubin of Parklawn
Ave., Oak Park, were married re-
cently. Rabbi Moses Lehrman and
Cantor Louis Klein officiated.
The bride's floor-length gown
was silk organza over peau de
s ole with an Empire bodice
skirt appliqued with Alencon
lace and trimmed w i t h seed
pearls and a chapel train. The
headpiece was a bonnet of Alen-
con lace, pearls and beads. She
carried Stephanotis and roses
on a Bible.
Joan Ellen Schiffer of Trenton,
N.J, was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Nancy Sedley, Mrs.
Sherri Rott, Mrs. Rose Rita Gold-
man, Gail Rose and Lauri Portnoy.
Larry Dubin was his brother's
best man. Ushers were James
Jonas, brother of the bride, Joel
Rott, Sheldon Goldman, Harvey
Haver and Edward Meth.
Following a Puerto Rico honey-
moon, the couple is living in Troy.

Proceeds from an art show now
being held at Northland Center's
special events building will go to-
ward the establishment of a suicide
prevention center at the Detroit
Psychiatric Insitute.
The center, which will be ope-
rated by trained volunteers 24
hours a day with the assistance of
doctors is being arranged by Dr.
Bruce Danto. For information, call
him at TR 2-5440.
Original oils and sculptures by
both local and European artists
will be on sale at the Northland
show. Hours through Saturday are
He that quotes another and also 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
gives the name of him that said
it brings redemption to the
Do not speak to one before you
world.—Megilla 15
have greeted him.—Yoma 4

The young adult planning com-
mittee of the Jewish Center is spon-
soring a "Feeling Groovy" dance
8:30 p.m. Saturday in Shiffman
Hall of the Center.
Featured in the program will be
music by the "Urban Renewal."
The setting will be in a coffee
house' atmosphere. Rereshments
will be served. Admission charge.
The program is open to young
men 18-30, women 18-26.
For information, contact Fred
Rose, DI 1-4200.

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Temple Israel was the setting
for the marriage of Dorene Cecile
Cowan and Alan Harold Finer. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Cowan, of Gardner
Ave., Oak Park. The bridegroom's
parents are the Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Finer of George Washing-
ton Ave., Southfield.
The bride wore a Victorian de-
signed gown of imported ribbon
lace with lurex thread. The gown
was styled with a high stand-up
collar, three-quarter length sleeves
olded Empire bodice. - It had
molded
a controlled skirt extending into
a full chapel-length attached train.
A matching lace crown held her
full imported silk illusion veil.
Bridesmaids were Beverly Joseff,
Gail Troubow, Judy Gordon, Sue
Wells, Sandy Marderosian and
Vickie Markavitch. Mrs. Michael
Cowan was matron of honor.
Head ushers were Nat Goldberg
and Stuart Seigel. Ricky Gould
served as best man. Ushers were
Seymour Arnoff, George Chessler,
Leonard Zimmerma n, Dennis
Green, Harold Salter and Michael
Cowan.
The couple is now residing in
Southfield.

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