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November 01, 1968 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-01

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34—Friday, November 1, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bobbie Friedman to Be
Mrs. Joel Grand in May

J NF Donor Workers Mrs. Brody to Head

to Be Cited at Lunch Children's Fashion
Jewish National Fund Women's
Auxiliary will bold a luncheon Festival for Bonds

honoring donor workers noon Tues-
Mrs. Robert Brody has been ap
day at the home of Mrs. Samuel pointed chairman of the "Wonder-

Warsh, 3386 Parkland, Birming- ful World of Children Fashion
ham.
Show, it was an-
Mrs. William Levin, president,
nounced by Mrs.
will welcome all captains and their
Morris L. Scha-
committees. Mrs. Larry Chanin,
ver, Israel Bond
fund-raising chairman, will give a
women's division
report on the recent JNF assembly
chairman. T h e
in New York.
show will be held
Program chairman Mrs. Pearl
on Dec. 8, in the
Nosan announced that a color slide
Armenian C u 1-
showing of the first Detroit pil-
tural Center,
grimage and study mission of JNF
Southfield. It will
will be shown.
be followed by a
Serving on the fund-raising com-
Mrs. Brody dinner.
mittee with Mrs. Chanin are Mes-
The children's fashion festival

dames Albert Posen, Charles Frie- is sponsored by the Detroit Israel
denberg, Irving Raskin and Nor- Bond women's division.
man Adilman, who will distribute
Mr. . Brody is on the board of
the workers kits.
the Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood. A
strong supporter of Israel, which
she visited with her husband, she
MISS BOBBIE FRIEDMAN
has been active on behalf of Tech-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Friedman
nion and Israel Bonds, and has
of Portland, Me., announce the en- i
worked for a number of other
gagement of their daughter Bobbie
causes.
Ruth to Dr. Joel Grand, son of Mr.
For reservations, call the Israel
and Mrs. Irving A. Grand of Dante
Bond women's division, DI 1-5707.
Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Friedman is a senior at
Boston University's Sargent Col-
lege, School of Allied Health Pro-
fessions. Her fiance is a graduate
of Wayne State University and the
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lober,
University of Detroit School of
former Detroiters of North Miami
Dentistry.
Beach, announce the engagement
A May 25 wedding is planned.
of their daughter Linda Ann to
Terry Leebove, son of Mrs. Janet
Lee of Meyers Ave. and Mr. Law-
Primrose Ladies to See
renteLeebove of Raven Rd., Birm-
Fashions at Donor Lunch
ingham. Miss Lober is a graduate
Primrose Benevolent Club will
of Wayne State University. An
meet noon Monday at Cong. Beth
early summer wedding is being
Billet Brunch will be served.
planned. *
The club will hold its donor
luncheon noon Nov. 12 at the Ral-
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Factor of
MISS TERRI FIELD
eigh House. Program Chairman
New Orleans announce the engage-
Mrs. Harry Brown announces that
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Field of ment of their daughter Leba Ann
a fashion show will be presented, Wildwood Ave., Oak Park, an- to Arthur Neal Friedman, son of
with Linda Hack commentating. nounce the engagement of their Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Friedman of
Mrs. Manuel Nieman, past presi- daughter Terri Ann to Buddy Sharf, Jerome Ave., Oak Park. The Jew-
dent, will give the invocation. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sharf of ish News regrets the error in Mr.
Prizes will be awarded.
Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park.
Friedman's name in last week's
Miss Field is a senior at Wayne paper.
QJ
cut o
o o
o
State University, where she is an
officer of Sigma Delta Tau Soror-
ity. Her fiance, a graduate of WSU, Jewish Wedding Rite
where he was affiliated with Tau Topic of Fall Institute
Epsilon Phi Fraternity, attends
Mrs. Rachel Kagan, convenor of
Wayne's medical school.
the Jewish Institute for Brides and
is
planned.
An Aug. 16 marriage
Grooms, announced that the sec-
ond session, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
at
Cong. Bnai David, will feature
Pioneer Women Week
VOTE
Mayors Joseph Forbes of Oak the topic, "You Belong to Me," an
explanation
of the Jewish wedding
Park and James Clarkson of South-
field have officially proclaimed ceremony.
Guest lecturer will be Rabbi
next week as Pioneer Women
Jerome Wolicki of Cong Beth
Week in their respective cities.
Tephilath
Moses, Mount Clemens.
Nov. 3-9 will be celebrated
throughout the United States and Rabbi Wolicki, a graduate of Ye-
shiva
University
and former rabbi
Canada as National Pioneer
at Newark and Wallingford, Conn.,
Women Week.
will
devote
special
attention to the
Pioneer Women provides social
services for women, youth and "ketuba," marriage contract, and
the ritual Hebrew wording of the
of Course!
children in more than 1,000 instal-
ceremony, he also will offer a con-
., o 0 a 0 0 a a 600000000000000t.t lations throughout IsraeL
troversial view of the "double-ring"
custom.
There is a small registration fee
for the entire fall series of four
lectures.
A social hour and informal dis-
SUNDAY ONLY
cussion over coffee follows each
lecture. For information, call Mrs.
Kagan, 542-5058.

Branch 114 Turns 35,
Plans Anniversary Fete

Morris Chasnick, president . of
Chaim Weizmann Branch 114, Far_
band, announces the branch will
celebrate its 35th anniversary 1:30
p.m. Nov. 19 at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
According to Maurice Gelfand
and Ben Naimark, co-chairmen,
founders of the branch and 30-year
members will be honored with
special certificates.
A musical program and meal will
be featured.
For reservatioins, call secretary
Mrs. T. Krashin, DI 1-3981, or
Gelfand, DI 1-4778.

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Women Ask Congress Sign
Non-Proliferation Treaty

NEW YORK—The National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women asked Presi-
dent Johnson to call a special
session of Congress to ratify the
treaty on non-proliferation of nu-
clear weapons. The request was
made by the organization's nation-
al board at its annual meeting in
New York.
Recalling that it was the United
States that initiated the non-prolif-
eration treaty and promoted its
endorsement, the NCJW stated
that failure of the United States to
give final approval would be a
serious setback for the cause of
disarmament.

Radomer Meeting Slated

Radomer Aid Society will meet
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Work-
men's Circle Center.

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Miss Field, Mr. Sharf
to Be United in August

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