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September 06, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 6, 1968-23

Ralph, Cynthia Bovitz
Honeymoon in Canada

MRS. RALPH BOVITZ

Cynthia Arlene Schiff became the
bride of Ralph Bovitz in a recent
ceremony performed at Cong. Bnai
David.
The parents of the couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schiff of Cum-
berland Rd., Southfield, and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Bovitz of Westhamp-
ton Ave., Oak Park.
After a wedding trip through
Canada, the Bovitzes will make
their home in Troy.
The bride wore a gown of im-
ported silk with both gown and
train trimmed in Alencon lace. A
sweetheart bow held her illusion
veil.
Roseanne Berman served as
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Judy Wells of Los Angeles, Patri-
cia Rodholm, Sheila Glass and
Penny Morros, junior brides-
maid.
Ronald Bovitz was his brother's
best man. Richard Schiff, brother
of the bride, Milton Morris, Leon-
ard Gutman and Frank Gittelson
were ushers.
Also in the ceremony was Mrs.
Faye Bovitz, the bridegroom's
grandmother.

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Women's Cilith activities

FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, announces a
cash shower to be held 12:30 p.m.
Sept. 16 at the home of Mrs. Char-
les Lewis, 17204 Adrian, Southfield.
Over-all chairman is Mrs. Ray-
mond Rosenberg, and cash chair-
man is Mrs. Sam Sborow. The
hostesses are Mesdames Abraham
Nusbaum, Daniel Temchin, Emil
Spilman and Philip Ruskin. Pro-
ceeds will be sent to Israel to
help in the three major areas
of Mizrachi Women's work: child
restoration and youth aliya; social
services and adult welfare; and
academic and vocational educa-
tion. Mrs. Emil Spilman will rep-
resent the chapter at the 43rd an-
nual Mizrachi national convention
in New York's Waldorf Astoria
Hotel Sept. 15-16. The first half of
the convention was held in Jeru-
salem.
* *. *
SHERUTH LEAGUE will meet
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Zionist
Cultural Center, Southfield.. Sam
Marcus, director of the Fresh Air
Society will speak on camp schol-
arships for underprivileged chil-
dren. Friends are invited. The
newly elected officers are Mes-
dames Marvin Canner, president;
Jerome Pershin, Irving Adler and
Sidney Nickell, vice presidents;
Abe Smolowitz, treasurer; 'Joseph
Fetter, James Kolne r, Harry
Gutoy, and Raymond Kahrnoff,
secretaries; and Harry Leviton and
Philip Robbin, camp scholarship
chairmen.
*
*
SIGMA ALPHA MU, MOTHERS
ALUMNI GROUP, recently elected
its new officers. They are Mes-
dames Daniel Siegel, president;
William P. Greenberg, Max Lic-
ther and Ellis Thal, vice presi-
dents; Harry Baskin, Sidney Berke,
Irvin Cohn, Ernest Golumbia,
Adolph Lichter, David Tann and
Harold Tobias, secretaries; and
Peter A 1 t m a n, treasurer. The
group sponsors the "Donald Tann
Scholarship Foundation Fund"
which provides scholarships for
students at the University of
Michigan.
*
*
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-
WOODS SISTERHOOD will meet
8:30 P.m. Wednesday in the syna-
gogue's social hall_ •IVIrs. Meyer
Mandelbaum, program chairman,
announces that Mrs. Morris Tra-
ger, Carol and Leslie will present
a musical program. Rabbi James
I. Gordon will speak on the ap-
proaching High Holy Days. Friends
are invited.

*

* *

NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. Abraham
Primack, 24271 Rosewood, Oak
Park.

*
DAVID HORODOKER WOMEN'S.
ORGANIZATION will meet noon
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Harry Schechter, 25639 Green-
field, Southfield.

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Adas Shalom Sisterhood invites
friends to hear Prof. Arnold L.
Goldsmith at its meeting, 12:30
p.m. Monday in
the synagogue so-
cial h a 11, Mrs.
Carl Lichtenstein
announced. Prof.
•Goldsmith, w h o
will discuss "The
Meaning of Vio-
lence in the Con-
temporary Amer-
ican Short Story,"
Mrs. Lichtensteinis associate pro-
fessor of English at Wayne
State University and author of
many articles. He is also co-
editor of the "Publication Guide
for Literary and Linguistic Schol-
ars." Mrs. A. I. Morrison, program
chairman, announced a dessert
luncheon will be served by the
hospitality committee, Mrs. Gerald
Beckman and Mrs. Louis Roth.
Other members participating in
the program will be Mrs. Jacob
Axelrod, Mrs. George Bassin and
Mrs. Maurice Samuels.
* * *
LIVONIA JEWISH CONGREGA-
TION SISTERHOOD will meet 8:30
p.m. Monday in the synagogue so-
cial hall. The theme will be "Our
Youth and Their Synagogue."
Scenes and songs from "Fiddler on
the Roof" will be presented by
membersof the youth group, di-
rected by Peggy U d in a n, who
has worked in summer stock and
local theater groups. Friends are
invited. A social hour will follow.
For information, call Mrs. Rivian
Altschul, membership chairman,
476-1984. The sisterhood will hold
its fall rummage sale 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Wednesday at the synagogue. For
information, call the synagogue
office, 425-9370.
*
*
ROSENWALD AUXILIARY,
American Legion, will install offi-
cers 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center. The
officers are Mesdames Esther Ra-
minick, president; Lydia Slakter
and Fay Bogrow, vice presidents;
Marion Tennebaum and Sarah
Jacobson, secretaries; Frances
Green, treasurer; Clara Shapiro,
chaplain; Rebecca Mitchell, his-
torian; Mollie Elias, sergeant-at-
arms; and Tillie Sable, color bear-
er. The executive board includes
Mollie Appleblatt, Ann Gottlieb
and Fan Poplack. Refreshments
and entertainment will highlight
the evening.

BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
will meet noon Monday in the
social hall of the synagogue. The
program, arranged by Mrs. Ber-
nard Gaspas, program vice presi-
dent, will feature Russell Kestler
discussing Medicare and social
security. Refreshments will be
Served. The public is invited.
*
YOUNG WOMEN of the JEWISH
.NATIONAL FUND will have a
membership tea 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the home of Mr. Ronald
Schecter, 4390 Stoney River, Birm-
ingham. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are invited.
* * *
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will
hold a petite luncheon-fashion show
noon Monday at the synagogue's
social hall. Mrs. Milton Cross, pro-
gram chairman, and her committee
are planning the afternoon to begin
with champagne cocktails and fol-
lowed by the • buffet lunch. The
fashion show's purpose is to illus-
trate "What the Well-Dressed Sis-
terhood Member Will Wear, and
Where!" Members of the sister-
hood will model furs and fall
fashions. A grand prize will be
awarded.
* *
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Monday at Cong. Ezras
Achim. Mr. and Mrs. Max Vernon,
,.who are .leaving for permanent

"Partnerless Parents" will hold
a cocktail buffet-dancing party 9
p.m. Sunday at the Sheraton Mo-
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT tor Inn, Warren. For information,
CLUB will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday call social chairman Henrietta
at Cong. Beth Hillel. Husbands are Lewis, LI 6-0903.
invited. President Mrs. Sam Nadek
announces the appointment of
Emphysema kills over 20,000
annual donor chairmen: Mes- Americans every year.
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PYTHIAN SISTERS will meet
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of Mary Lorber, 21961 Avon, Oak
Park. A rummage sale will be held
Sept. 13 at St. James Episcopal
Church, Outer Drive and Lahser.
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