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September 06, 1968 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-06

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24—Friday, September 6, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Carol Sue Adler Weds Author Mrs. Broner to Discuss Youtki
Dr.D.F.Marcus ofN.Y. With UHS Women at Opening Meetin4



omen's
Chubs

Newlywed Neil Cohens
Will Reside in Virginia

(More Clubs on Page 23)
KNOB CIRCLE CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT will have
a membership tea 12:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Knob in the Woods club
house. Prospective members are
invited,

* *

MRS. NEIL COHEN

In a. recent morning ceremony
at the Raleigh House, Rhoda Janice
Surath became the bride of Neil
Goodman Cohen. Rabbi Joseph
Katz of Saginaw officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Surath of Bay
City. Mr. Cohen is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Zeldon S. Cohen of War-
rington Dr.
The couple will live in Char-
lottesville, Va.
The bride wore her mother's
satin bridal gown with a cardinal
jacket of rose pointe Chantilly
lace, leg-of-mutton sleeves and a
- cathedral train which fell over the
circular, train of the dress. Match-
ing lace petals on a satin bow
secured a ballerina veil of mary
silk illusion. She carried roses and
Stephanotis in a cascading bou-
-
quet.
Ann Surath was maid of honor
and Pamela Ann Surath was junior
bridesmaid.
Jerold Cohen served his brother
as best man and David Surath
was usher.

Give your worries time and
they will settle themselves .

GREENFIELD
NOODLES

TUROVER LADIES AUXILIARY
will hold its annual luncheon 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at Turover Hall.
Proceeds will be donated to. char-
ity.
* * *
AESCULAPIAN PHARMACEU-
TICAL LADIES AUXILIARY will
hold a membership luncheon noon
Wednesday at the 24 Karat Club.,
it was announced by Mrs.. Meyer
Goldstein. Members and wives of
student members :are invited. For
reservations, call Mrs. Harry
Adler, chairman, 342-0272.
* * *
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will sponsor a rummage sale at the
American Legion Hall, 12 Mile and
Rochester Rds., Royal Oak, 1-6
p.m. Monday and 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Tuesday.
* * *
LT. ROY F. GREEN AUXILIA-
RY is planning a backyard white
elephant and refreshment sale for
1:30-5 p.m. Sunday at the home of
the Max Kaufmans, 21960 Fern,
Oak Park. All are welcome.
- * *
CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL,
League of Jewish Women's Organ-
izations, announces its new officers
are Mesdames Abe Bookstein,
chairman; Martin. Selik; co-chair-
man; Jules Sanders, representative
to the Home for Aged, Shiffman
Clinic and the Jewish Family and
Children's Service; Joseph Bean,
adviser; Marvin Levy, c000rdina-
tor; R. W. Klein, clearance chair-
man; Joseph Viedrah and Daniel
Winograd, secretaries; and Paul
Deutch, courtesy chairman.
* *
DETROIT LADIES AUXILIARY,
Jewish Medical Center at Denver,
will meet 1 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish Center. Refreshments will
be served.
* *
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO-
CIETY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
will hold its opening board meet-
ing noon Monday at the home of
Mrs. Raymond Lipton, 19355 Can-
terbury. Philanthropic plans and
programing for the year will be
discussed. Co-hostesses will be
Mesdames Samuel Fried, Howard
Goldberg, Morris Greenberg, Louis
Leipsitz, Michael Levin, Ruben
Mendelssohn, Ben Parker, Meyer
Pensler and Abraham Rogoff.

MRS. DANIEL MARCUS

In an evening ceremony at
, Temple Israel Sunday, on her par-
ents' anniversary, Carol Sue Adler
became the bride of Dr. Daniel
Frank Marcus with Rabbi M. Rob-
ert Syme officiating.
The bride is the:daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Morton W. Adler of Cum-
berland Rd., Southfield. The bride-
groom's parents are Mrs. Cecil
Marcus and Mr. Richard Marcus
of Long Island.
The bride wore a gown of Eng-
lish net with re-embroidered Alen-
con lace over peau de soie, fea:
turing a modified Empire waist-
line, long sleeves, a high neckline
and chapel-length train also of
peau de soie. A matching Camelot
headpiece held her full-length il-
lusion veil with matching lace mo-
tifs. She carried an English bou-
quet of cascading butterfly roses
and Stephanotis.
Karen Ziegelman of St. Louis,
served as maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Samra Marcus, of
Long Island, sister of the bride-
groom, and Linda Eisen of Clay-
ton, Mo.
Dr. Mark Zweig of Clayton, was
best man. Brother of the bride,
Robert Adler, and Dr. David Hel-
ler of Boston, were ushers.
Also in the bridal party was the
bride's grandmother, Mrs. John
Blocker of St. Louis.
The couple is residing in San
Francisco, where Dr. Marcus is
stationed. with the U.S. Public
Health . Service: .

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United. Hebrew Schools will pre- dent of program, and Mrs. George
sent prize-winning authoress Es- Gantz, president, invite the com-
ther Broner at its first open meet- munity. Dessert luncheon will be
ing of the season 12:30 p.m. Sept. served. Mrs. Gantz plans to an-
18 at the Esther Berman Building. nounce the expansion of goals of
Mrs. Broner will discuss "The the Woman's Auxiliary in connec-
New Nobility", her short story tion with its interest in advancing
the Jewish education of young peo-
which was
ple in the community.
awarded second
prize in the
ZIEGER-BOTSFORD AUXILIA-
"Prize stories
RY will meet 1 p.m. Tuesday at
1 9 6 8 : The 0.
the home of Mrs. Patrick Murray,
Henry Awards."
1374 Conge, Bloomfield Hills. Mrs.
"The New No-
Campbell Ward, past president of
bility" is based
the auxiliary to the Ameriean
on her observa-
Osteopathic Association, will be
tions of college
speaker.
students reaching
out for values
a n d identifica-
PHOTOGRAPHY by
tion. Mrs.Broner, Mrs. Broner
BERNARD HI
an English instructor at Wayne
State University, will • delve into
her experiences with these young
people.
Mrs. Broner's first book, "Sum-
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mer Is a Foreign Land," brought
Bar Mitzvas—Weddings
out by Wayne 'State University
Press in 1966, is a poetic retelling,
in play form, of a Russian fami-
ly's migration to _Detroit. Mrs.
Broner has had her poetry pub-
lished in many Well-known literary
magazines around the country.
Give each of your guests his own
personalized momento. Made fiora
Her Second book, "Journal Noc-
ceramics. Ash trays, candy dishes,
turnal and Seven Stories," will be
etc. For weddings and Bar Mitvazs,
brought out Sept. 25 by Harcourt, etc. Also personalized novelty pens.
Brace and World. _
INVITATIONS & ACCESSORIES
Mrs. Broner, the former Esther
also available.
Masserman, is married to Robert
Broner, associate professor in the
art department at Wayne State.
They have four children.
646-6138
Mrs. Joseph Kripke, vice presi-


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The Married Couples Club of
Adas Shalom Synagogue will have
a White Elephant auction 9 p.m.
Thursday at the synagogue. David
Klavons will act as auctioneer.
Proceeds will be contributed to the
building fund.
Members are requested to bring
their white elephant items. New
member couples are welcome, and
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