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July 12, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-12

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Miss Ktg2;en to Wed
Dr. Grossman in Fall

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Linda Steinberger Bride
of Barry D. Brummer

Women's
las

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Criterion Club Cruise

A cruise to Lake St. Clair
aboard a yacht has been arranged
by the Criterion Club for its niern-
bership Sunday.
A motorcade to the dockside at
Cobo Hall will leave at noon from
the lot on Greenfield near the
northwest corner of Seven Mile.
Dinner at the Fishermen's Wharf
in Algonac will follow.
For information call Gertrude
Edelstein, 546-2753.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 12, 1968-23

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COUTURE-BOUTIQUE

FANNIE GLUCK .., CHAPIllg,
CUSTOM DESIGNS
Mizrachi Women, ..announceS its
L'INGERiE- LOUNGEWEAR
annual garden party . luncheon
ACCESSORIES
12:30 p.m. Monday at the home
of Mrs. Morton Tobin, • 28370
HARVARD ROW MALL
Milk is Michigan, s biggest single
Brooks Lane, Southfield. T h e
source of farm income, bringing
11 MILE & LASHER
chairman is Mrs. Archie Margolis.
Hostesses are Mesdames Oscar
our farmers more than $216,000,-
353-7640
000 a year.
Smith, Louis Tobin, • Jonas Torgow
and Joe Katz. The proceeds will
go towards sending children in Is-
rael to summer camp.
From LONDON, ENGLAND
* * *
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB, will hold a garden party
noon Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Joseph Weinberg, 24482 Lee Baker,
MRS. BARRY BRUMMER
MISS STEPHANIE KUTZEN
Southfield. Luncheon will. be
Linda Karen Steinberger, daugh- , •
"Distinctive Styling in Musk
Mr. and Mrs. Moray Kutzen, for- served by the following hostesses:
ter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E.
nler Detroiters of Ypsilanti, an- Mesdames Jack Aaron, Manuel
to your Individual Taste"
nounce the engagement of their Nieman, Jack Shapiro, Meyer Steinberger of Oak Park Blvd.,
Oak
Park,
was
married
Tuesday
to
daughter Stephanie Lynn to Dr. Puskin, Jonas Goldstein, Sam
Burton Alan Grossman, son of Mr. Liptzen, Dave Ivory, and Jacob Barry David Brummer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Grossman; of Fenster. For tickets contact Mrs. and Mrs. Ben Zion Brummer of
Brighton, Mass.
Joseph Rodman, Israel Emergency Berkley Ave.., Oak Park.
The future bride received a bach- Fund chairman, 547-0455. Pro- - The ceremony, which took
elors degree in social work from ceeds from the affair will go to place at Cong. Bnai Moshe, was
solemnized by Rabbis Moses
SAVE!
Michigan State University. She was Israel. Guests are invited.
SAVE!
Lehrman and Israel Halpern
* *
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
and
Cantor
Hyman
Adler.
BUY
DIRECT
FROM
THE IMPORTER
SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER-
Sorority and affiliated with Phi
The bride wore a slight cage
Alpha social work honorary. Dr. HOOD will meet 8 p.m. Monday at
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
Grossman is an alumnus of Tufts the synagogue. Final plans will be dress of peau de soie with Alencon
University, Medford, Mass., where made for the July 21 garden party. lace, a mandarin collar and lace
sleeves. She wore a matching lace
* * *
he was a member of Tau Epsilon
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer mantilla and carried Stephanotis
Fraternity. He received his mas-
DI.1-5515
15738 LIVERNOIS
ters and doctoral degree in indus- Women, will gather for dinner and and roses on her confirmation
trial psychology at Michigan State games 5 p.m. Sunday at the Sholem Bible.
Mrs:
Allan
Linder
was
matron
University and holds membership Aleichem Institute. Proceeds will
in Phi Kappa Phi, graduate hon- go toward child rescue in Israel. of honor, and Toby Nancy Stein-
For information, call Frances berger served as maid of honor,
orary society.
both sisters of the bride. Brides-
Plans have been made for a Shayne, KE 3-7290.
* * *
maids were Mrs. Charles Brum-
wedding.
September
ZEDAKAH CLUB is sponsoring mer, Susan Steinberger, Mrs.
a luncheon and games party noon Harold Silk and Mrs. Stephen
HANDBAGS • REPAIRING
July 22 at the Knob in the Woods Redisch.
Dr. Charles S. Brummer was
club house. All proceeds will go
to the aid of the state of Israel. . his brother's best man. Ushers
There will be prizes, and guests were Allan M. Linder, Richard
are invited. Hostesses for the Feldstein, Jeffrey Serwin, Ron-
25250 GREENFIELD Phone 548-5590
afternoon are Mrs. Louis Kay, 546- ald Berlin and Jeffery Davidson.
The North Woodward Branch of 8542, Mrs. Maurice Knopper, 342-
Caren Linder was the flower
Open Thurs. 'til 8:30; Closed Sat. during July and August
the Jewish Women's European Wel- 8030, and Mrs. Leonard Shapiro, girl and Dennis Linder served as
fare Organization has merged with 353-7291.
ring bearer.
the parent organization and now
* * *
After a honeymoon in Europe
both are functioning as the Jewish
NORTHWEST • NSHEI HABAD and Israel, the couple will reside
Women's European. Welfare Or- STUDY GROUP will meet 4 p.m. in Royal Oak.
OPEN
ganization, Mrs. Jack Seder, presi- Saturday at Young Israel of North-
THURSDAY
dent, announced this week.
west Detroit. The guest speaker Fresh Air Society
FRIDAY
Mrs. Sadie Haut, president of will be Rabbi Ernest Greenfield.
AND
the former branch, becomes treas-
SATURDAY
to Meet on Aug. 11
TIL 9
urer of the merged group.
The "Fresh-Air Society will hold
The branch was organized •40
its annual meeting 3 p.m., Aug. 11,
years ago for the convenience of
at Camp Tamarack in Ortonville,
members who had moved from the
Mrs. Julian H. Scott, president,
East Side to the Northwest areas
announced.
the
city.
Funds
raised
by
the
of
New director& will be elected
were
turned
over
to
the
group
during the business meeting to be
main organization for support of
followed by the dedication of the
widows and orphans in European
Theodore and Mina Bargman Arts
Countries and in Israel.
and Crafts Building, the Theodore
A number of projects were com-
and Mina Bargman Staff Housing
SPECIAL GROUP OF SUMMER
pleted by both groups, including
Complex and the Dr. Joseph Grant
SWEAR
playgrounds at orphanages and the
Athletic Field. .
setting up of scholarships at uni-
DRESSES ANDSPORT
Nominated for three-year terms
versities.
REDUCED LOW FOR CLEARANCE!
are Mrs. William Frank, Alan E.
Luckoff, Leslie Rose, Mrs. Hyman
Safran, Mrs. Bert L. Smokier and
Louis M. Stern. Nominated for re-
election for three-year terms are
Leave Everything to Us
Mrs. I. Irving Bittker, Mrs._ Sam-
and
uel Chapin, Sol G. Kurtzman, Mrs.
Asher Tilchin and Sidney J. Winer.
The nomination committee is
headed by.. Maxwell, E. Katzen.
Hats
With Matching
MISS ARLENE TILCHEN

ZAN GILBERT
and His ORCHESTRA

Call UN. 1-3065

COMPLETE LINE OF LUGGAGE
FOR YOUR VACATION.

N.Woodward Branch
Merges With Parent
EuropeanWelfareUnif

ROBINSON LEATHER SHOP

Miss Tilchen to Marry
Mr. Norman Rubinoff

FINAL
CLEARANCE

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POI DRESSES

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SHIM

Young Adults Plan Night
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip .1-lichen of :at Meadow Brook Concert
Pennington Dr. announce the en-

gagement. of their daughter Arlene
Michelle to Norman Joseph, Rubin-
off, son a- Mr. and ,Mrs. Ben
Springfield, 0.
Miss Tilchen is a gradnate of
Wayne State University ,where she
received a masters degree :in sec-
ondary education. Mr. Rubinoff
graduated from Ohio State Uni-
versity and holds a masters in
business administration. in finance
from the University of Toledo. He
was awarded a juris .doctor de-
gree by Western Reserve Uni-
versity School of Law.
A September wedding is planned.

RubinaT a

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PGASP, a single young adult
group (21-35), is going to.Meadow
Wook , Sunday. Members are re-
quested to bring a .picnic dinner,
and meet: at 5. p.m. in front of
Adas Shalom Synagogue.
Other activities planned are a
day at Metropolitan Beach, Aug. 4,
and a mystery bus trip, Aug. 25.
For information,. call Bruce Jacob-
son, 547-0172.

MRS. IRVING WINKELMAN of
Ilene Ave. will serve as a region
chairman in the Central Wayne
residential campaign of the 1908
Torch Drive. Her appointthent to
the United Foundation campaign
post was announced by the Cen-
tral Wayne residential' unit chair-
mane Mr& Delfaidl. 42L

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