The Paul D. Schneiders
WillSettle in New York
BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi
Women, will meet 8:30 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. Andrew Freier, 28260
Bell Rd., Southfield. There will be
a dialogue moderated by Mrs. Eu-
gene Greenfield, wife of Rabbi
Greenfield, a lifetime member. of
Fannie Gluck Chapter of Mizrachi
and artist. Also on the program
will be Attorney Tom Klein, mem-
ber of the cabinet of the National
Jewish Welfare Board and of the
United Jewish Appeal, board mem-
ber of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, Jewish Community Social
Service and Rehabilitation Center
and on the board of directors of
the United Hebrew School. Hos-
tesses for the evening will be
Mesdames Beno Levi, Sol Less-
MRS. PAUL SCHNEIDER
man, Jacob Goldman, Andrew
Marilyn Freyda Simckes, daugh- Freier and Sol Bricker. Friends
ter of Rabbi and Mrs. Mordecai J. are invited.
Simckes of Lebanon, Pa., and Paul
David Schneider, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Schneider of Sel-
Because of Labor Day, The
kirk Ave., Southfield, were united
News will have an
in marriage recently at the Beth
early deadline on copy for :i* 1
Israel Synagogue in Lebanon.
the issue of Sept. 6. Deadline
Following a honeymoon in Puerto
will be noon today,. Aug. 30.
Rico and St. Thomas, the couple
will reside in New York City where
the bridegroom attends the Jewish
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
The ceremony was performed by YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB-
the bride's father, assisted by his BATH LEAGUE will hold a lunch-
brother, Rabbi Herbert I. Simckes, eon meeting noon Tuesday at Beth
the bride's brother, Rabbi Maurice Tefilo Emmanuel Tikyah Synagogue
D. Simckes and Cantor Harry The luncheon is sponsored by Mrs.
Gussie Cardash and Mrs. Arthur
The bride wore a gown of Eng- Cutler. Plans will be formulated
lish net fashioned with a high for the donor event in October.
neckline and short sleeves. The Mrs. Walter Epstein, social chair-
Empire bodice and chapel-length man, will be assisted by her com-
train were hand-beaded and ap- mittee. Guests are invited.
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pliqued in re-embroidered Alen-
eon lace. Her full illusion veil
TUROVER LADIES AUXILIARY
was held in place by a crown of will hold its annual luncheon 12:30
matching lace. She carried a cas- p.m. Sept. 11 at Turover Hall. Pro-
cade of butterfly roses, Stepha- ceeds will go to charity. The Tur-
notis and cocculus foliage.
over Society recently contributed
Mrs. Maurice Simckes was ma- an additional $400 to the Allied
tron of honor. Sharon and Leslie Jewish Campaign to help Israel
Rosenberg, June Massell and Lau- meet her continuing social, health
rie Sunshine were bridesmaids.
and welfare needs.
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Dr. Jerry A. Schneider was his
brother's best man. Ushers were
NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE
Lawrence and Mark Schneider, WOMEN will open its season with
brothers of the bridegroom, Ken- a paid-up membership luncheon
neth Greene and Aaron Kamis.
noon Sept. 12 at the 24 Karat Club.
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DETROIT LEAGUE, Children's
Asthmatic Research Institute and
Hospital, will host Mrs. Maxwell
Singer, national trustee of the Den-
ver hosptal, at a dessert luncheon
12:30 p.m. Sept. 18 at the Knob-
Woods Club House, Southfield.
Friends are invited. Mrs. Singer
has served the hospital for more
than 30 years and has initiated
many fund-raising methods adopt-
ed by chapters throughout the
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTERHOOD
will give a membership tea 1 p.m.
Sept. 4 at the new facilities of the
congregation, 21100 W. 12 Mile,
Janis Lynn Baker Weds
Lawrence D. Warren
MRS. LAWRENCE WARREN
Janis Lynn Baker, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Baker of
Hendrie Blvd., Huntington Woods,
recently became the bride of Law-
rence David Warren, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Wurm of Winterset
Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum offi-
ciated at the evening ceremony
held at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
The bride wore a gown of
hand-corded Alencon lace with a
wedding-ring neckline, bracelet-
length sleeves and Empire bo-
dice. Her headpiece was a Came-
tot cap of matching lace.
Carol Dresner, Karen Yagoda,
Judi Carp and Audree Burdick
were the bride's attendants.
Donald Wurm was best man.
Ushers were Richard and Steven
Baker and Charles Cates.
The newlyweds honeymooned in
Friday, August 30, 1968-19
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
MONTEFIORE LODGE will
meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at the club-
room. Hostesses for the evening
are Mesdames Harry Rice, Fred
Gross and Morris Wolk.
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. Lillian
Goldman, 24031 Seneca, Oak Park.
Friends are invited. For reserva-
tions and rides, call Mrs. Hyman
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CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will open its new season with a
luncheon meeting noon Sept. 11 at
the Labor Zionist Institute. Presi-
dent Margaret Lomm invites
friends. Leah Rubel will discuss
her impressions of Israel on her
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HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 8:30 p.m. Sept.
9 at the home of Mrs. Hyman Hor-
enstein, 27096 Everett, Southfield.
Mrs. Gerson Berris will speak on
her recent trip to 7 ,tel, Guests
BETH HILLEL SISTERHOOD is
holding an installation smorgas-
bord luncheon 12:30 p.m. Sept. 10
in the social hail of the synagogue.
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INFANTS SERVICE GROUP
BOWLING LEAGUE will begin its
bowling season 1 p.m. Wednesday
at North Lanes.
CHILDREN UNLIMITED will
hold a luncheon and afternoon of
games 12:30 p.m. Sept. 11 at North-
land Concourse. Guests are invited.
Plans are being made for the an-
nual feather party 8 p.m. Oct. 23 at
Piemontese Hall. For tickets, call
Elaine Lacoff, LI 3-0471.
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women will
hold a membership brunch 11:30
a.m. Tuesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Special honors will be
paid to Adele Mondry on the pub-
lication of her book of Yiddish
Stories, "A Town by the River
Bug." A review and comments
will be given by Sarah Levin.
Guests are invited.
Orthodox Women Elect Mrs. K. Hertz President
Great Lakes Chapter, Women's
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Sisterhoods, announces the election
of Mrs. Kurt Hertz as president.
Other officers are Mesdames Sey-
mour Ribiat, vice president; Lil
Varnen and Irving Wyman, secre-
taries; David Cer, treasurer; Sam-
uel Prero, program chairman for
general meetings; and Joshua
Sperka, public relations.
Mrs. Ribiat will head the kashrut
committee and act as liaison with
local hospitals in connection with
provisions of kosher dinners for
Jewish patients. Mrs. Hertz will
head the committee working with
the Jewish Family and Children's
Service nursing home visiting pro-
The annual town hall lecture
series, starting in November will
be headed by Mesdames David J.
Cohen and Joel Litke.
The chapter announces the for-
mation of a Stern College Alumni
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League of Jewish Women's Organ-
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Thomas G.Ha rris,B ride
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Group under • the advisership of
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College alumnae may call Mrs.
Hertz, 862-6505, for information.
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MRS. THOMAS HARRIS
At Temple Israel in Bay City,
Jacqueline Carole Cook, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Cook of
Essexville, was recently married
to Thomas George Harris of Sche-
nectady, N.Y. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Harris of Cloverlawn Ave., Oak
Rabbi Joseff Kratzenstein offi-
ciated with T. George Sternberg
acting as cantor.
The couple, wed on the 51st wed-
ding anniversary of the bride's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Honeyman of Stoepel Ave. will live
in Schenectady, following a wed-
ding trip to the Hawaiian Islands.
The bride's gown was of Alen-
con lace with a mandarin collar
and satin front panel. Her cathe-
dral veil was appliqued in lace
and seed pearls. She carried a
satin and lace covered Bible
topped with Stephanotis and or-
Linda Joyce Cook was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Diane
Levine of East Lansing, Susan
Saunders, and Denis Graef of Oak
Park, junior bridesmaid.
Best man was David Cook of
Chicago. Ronald Stoneman and
Jerry Graef, both of Oak Park, and
Steve Greenberg of Royal Oak
From a Fine
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Must of Hard-
ing Ave., Oak Park, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Madelon to Louis Seligman, son of
Mrs. Harry Wilinsky of Toledo
and the late Mr. Maurice Seligman.
A Nov. 3 wedding is being planned.
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