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July 19, 1968 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-19

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18—Friday, July 19, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JNF Woman Honored for Service

In recognition of her dedicated efforts for the Women's Auxiliary
of Jewish National Fund in securing 150 new members, as well as
many life members, Mrs. Anton A. Rosenfeld (center) is presented
with a certificate denoting her inscription in the JNF Golden Book in
Jerusalem. Judge Burton R. Shifman, JNF president, makes the pres-
entation, while Mrs. Fannie Rosenblatt (left), JNF Women's dues sec-
retary; Cantor Rosenfeld, JNF board member; and Mrs. Sam Warsh,
chairman of membership, look on.

Karen Schiff Engaged .
to Richa rd Weinberg Jr.

MISS KAREN SCHIFF

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schiff of
Deep Run Rd., Birmingham, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Karen Leslie, to Richard
Leslie Weinberg Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Weinberg of
Newton Center, Mass.
Miss Schiff is a graduate of the
University of Michigan, and her
fiance attended the University of
Wisconsin.

New Day School in LA

LOS ANGELES (JTA)—A Con-
servative day s c h o o 1, the first
branch here of the Solomon Schec-
ter Day Schools, will open its
doors for the September term. The
school, the Akiba Academy. will be
housed on the first floor of the
new educational center of Sinai
Temple.

r PAYENI

Marriages

KONOP-DEUTCH: Susan Emily
Deutch was married recently to
Kenneth .Edwin Konop in a cere-
mony at the Raleigh House; where
Rabbi Charles Rosenzweig offici-
ated. The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Deutch
of Wisconsin Ave. and the bride-
groom is the son of Mrs. David
Konop of N. Norfolk Ave. and the
late Mr. Konop. Mrs. David Elsila
was her sister's matron of honor,
and bridesmaids were Harriet
Deutch and Esther Konop. Dr. San-
ford Finkel served as best man,
and ushers were David Elsila and.
Chip Bankson. The couple ,will re-
side in Detroit.
* *
BUTRIMOVITZ-GREENBAUM:
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Greenbaum of
Ohio Ave. announce the marriage
of their daughter Judith to
Michael A. Butrimovitz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Butrimovitz of
Northfield Ave., Oak P a r k. The
couple will reside in Oak Park.
*
Deborah Segal served as her
sister's bridesmaid in the recent
marriage of Diane Louise Segal
to Sheldon Marvin Eskow. The
Jewish News regrettably omitted
her name.

Mrs. Arnfeld Heads Women's Advance Gifts in Torch Drive

Mrs. Eugene J. Arnfeld, 1001
Covington, has been named chair-
man of the women's division for
advance gifts solicitations in the
1968 Torch Drive.
Her appointment to the top cam-
paign post was announced by Gay-
lord W. Gillis Jr. of Grosse Pointe,
who as advance gifts chairman is
organizing a group of community
leaders to solicit selected individ-
uals, foundations and business
firms.
Gillis said calls on advance
gifts prospects will be completed
prior to the regular campaign,
scheduled this year for Oct. 15-
Nov. 7.
In announcing Mrs. Arnfeld's ap-
pointment, Gillis, said "We are
extremely fortunate to have such
a dedicated and capable volunteer
on our Torch Drive team. Mrs.
Arnfeld turned in an outstanding
performance last year as co-chair-
man of the women's teams for ad-
vance gifts."
In addition to working for the
United Foundation, Mrs. Arnfeld
is active with the Jewish Welfare
Federation, the Detroit Section of

National Council of Jewish Women
and Travelers Aid Society of De-
troit, a Torch Drive service.
Mrs. Benjamin W. Colman, 8616,
Nadine, Huntington Woods, has
been reappointed as regional chair-
man for the Oakland residential
campaign of the Torch Drive.
Mrs. Colman will head campaign
Region 47, compromised of Hunt-
ington Woods, Pleasant Ridge,
Royal Oak Township and Oak
Park.
A Torch Drive volunteer since
the OF was formed in 1949, Mrs.
Colman moved up from doorbell
ringer to district, area, division

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