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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, June 14, 1968

Mrs. Aaron Katzman Susan Schwartz Weds Northwest Child Rescue Will Mark 20 Years
of Philanthropy at Anniversary Dinner-Dance
Alan Schwartz Marries PioneerWomen Head Sydney Gartenberg
Through the years, Northwest
Northwest Child Rescue Women

Mrs. Aaron Katzman is the
newly , installed president of Pio-
neer Women's Council in Detroit.
Serving with
her during the
coming term
will be Mes-
dames Victor
Ross, Abraham
Silberschein and
Norman Leemon,
vice presidents;
Gerald Goldberg,
Frank Rath, Hy-
man Disner, Al-
vin G a 1 e, Jacob
Wolo lc. Gerald Mrs. Katzman
Goldberg and Sarah Rubin, secre-
taries; and Philip Field, treasurer.

Sandra Goldberg in Easi

Candace Hugo to Wed
_Bernard Alper in Maine

MRS. ALAN SCHWARTZ

Sandra Rae Goldberg, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Goldberg
of Norfolk, Va., was married Sun-
day to Alan Schwartz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Barney Schwartz of
Strathcona Dr.
Rabbi Marim Charry and Cantor
Lawrence Tiger officiated at Beth
El Temple in Norfolk.
The bride's sister, Mrs. Mannie
Smith of Norwood, Mass., was
matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Sally Legum of Cambridge,
Mass., Mrs. Robert Leyton of
Brighton, Mass., Mrs. Bernard
Rosen of Gary, Ind., Janice
Schwartz of Detroit, sister of the
groom, Mrs. Steven Segal of Falls
Church, Va., and Mrs. Alan Sugar
of Ann Arbor, another sister of
the bridegroom.
Gary Schwartz was his brother's
best man. Ushers were Herschel
Bloom of Cambridge, Jeffrey
Pond, of Denver, Mannie Smith,
Alan Sugar, Elliott Topkins, of
Cambridge, and Ronald Winokur,
of Detroit.
Following a honeymoon in San
Franscisco, Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz
will reside in Detroit.

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Mr. and Mrs. George Hugo of
Portland, Me., announce the en-
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dace to Dr. Bernard Alper, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham J. Alper.
of Pierce Ave., Southfield.
Miss Hugo received a BS degree
at Emerson College, Boston, and
an MA at Ohio University. Her
fiance received his BS from the
University of Michigan, and was
graduated from the College of
Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery
in Des Moines. He belongs to
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A Sept. 1 wedding in Portland
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There will be refreshments and
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Proceeds go to charity.
The society will hold a rum-
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will observe its 20th anniversary
at a dinner-dance 7 p.m. Tuesday
at the Raleigh House.
The dinner-dance committee is
headed by Mrs. Edward Lutz. The
invocation will be given by Mrs.
Max Wolf. A highlight of the even-
ing will be the candle lighting
ceremony to install newly elected
officers they are: president,
Mrs. Martin Cole; vice presidents,
Mrs. Joseph Gordon and Mrs. Sol
Lesnick; treasurer, Mrs. David
Nagel; and secretaries, Mesdames
Hy Sherman, Nate Yost, Sam
Rosenberg, Rose Weiner and
Leonard Baruch. Installing officer
will be the immediate past presi-
dent, Mrs. Leo Ordin.

MRS. SYDNEY GARTENBERG

Susan Toby Schwartz and Sydney
Gartenberg were united in mar-
riage recently at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. Rabbi Irwin Groner and
Cantor Jacob Sonenklar officiated.
The couple's parents are Mrs.
Earl Schwartz of Balfour Dr., Oak
Park, and the late Mr. Schwartz,
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Garten-
berg of Brooklyn.
The bride's Empire A-line gown
was fashioned of imported English
net embroidered with Alencon lace
appliques. The gown was styled
with a dropped Sabrina neckline,
long sleeves and attached chapel
train. The open Toque head piece
with matching lace petal clusters
held the four-tier veil of imported
silk illusion. The bride carried or-
chids and a cluster of Stephanotis
on her confirmation Bible.
Judy Jo Housman was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Janice Israel, Patti Kaufman,
Mrs. Sandy Ellenstein, Alice
Dick, Susan Gartenberg, sister
of the bridegroom, and Elaine
Rothstein. Laurie Klein was jun-
ior bridesmaid.
Martin Gartenberg of New York
was his brother's best man. Ushers
were Dennis Scheinfield, Samuel
Scheinfield, David Israel, Jerome
Gottlieb, Leonard Tracht and Bob
Clothier. Mark Habbel was junior
usher. Stephen. Klein was ring-
bearer.
The bride's brothers, Robert and
David Schwartz, and grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kurt, also par-
ticipated in the ceremony.
Following a Jamaica honeymoon,
the couple will live in Southfield.

Child /Rescue Women has sent 200
retarded children to summer
camp. A new project to aid
"Akim," an organization for re-
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voted upon. at the last meeting.

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Southfield, and ,Bernard Myron
Pregerson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milford R. Pregerson of Sher-
bourne Ave., were united in mar-
riage recently at Adas Shalom
Synagogue. Rabbis Jacob E. Segal
and Irwin Groner officiated.
Elizabeth Weinstein was maid of
honor. The bride also was attend-
ed by Rhoda Pregerson, Nancy
Rosenberg, Sharon Panush, Linda
Borger and Susan Schneyer. Best
man was Paul Mandel. The ushers
were Jeffrey Weinstein, Howard
White, Alan Freedman, David
Rosenthal, Raymond Deitch and
Richard Martin. Following a honey-
moon in Canada, the couple plans
to enter VISTA, the volunteer aid
corps.

Mrs. RACHEL (AVINERY)
GOLDMAN, 29, was given the
Somach Sachs Memorial Award
for 1968 in recegnition of her doc-
toral research in the biophysics
department of the Weizmann In-
stitute of Science on "Preparation,
Properties and Kinetic Behavior
of a Membrane with Enzymic
Activity." Mrs. Goldman received
her MSc "with distinction" from
the Hebrew University in 1963,
after which she enrolled at the
Feinberg Graduate School of the
Weizmann Institute of Science.

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