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March 07, 1969 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-07

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Miss. Gudwin,Mr.Broad

to Mar°, in Ann Arbor

Women's Phonogift Campaign Starts Sunday

Eight hundred women will make
10,000. telephone calls between
March 9 and 17 to receive pledges
for the Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund, in the
fifth annual Phonogift effort of the
Women's Division of the campaign.
Led by Mrs. Oscar U. Band,
chairman, the volunteers will man
the phones for three periods Mon-
days through Thursdays and two
periods Fridays and Sundays from

Phonogift headquarters at the I
Shaarey Zedek.
Pledges made by phone will be
picked up by the women of the
motor corps who will cover Detroit
and the suburbs in their own cars.
Mrs. Julien Priver is chairman.
Mrs. Milton J. Doner and Mrs.
Leon S. Wayburn will lead the De-
troit Motor Corps. Suburban chair-
men are Mrs. Samuel P. Frankel
and Mrs. Warren D. Greenstone.

Spring Fashion Parade Afoot

MISS CAROL GUDWIN

Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Gudwin
of Packard Rd., Ann Arbor, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Carol Ann to Alan Steven
Broad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Soli
Broad of Sherwood Rd., Huntington
Woods.
Miss Gudwin is a junior in educa-
tion at the University of Michigan.
Her fiance hold a BA from U of M
where he is currently a graduate
student in physics.
A May 18 wedding in Ann Arbor
is planned.

Wedding

SLOAN-ROLNIK: In a recent

ceremony at Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue, Debra Sue Rolnik became
the bride of David Charles Sloan.
The parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rolnik of Con-
stitution Dr., Southfield, and Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Sloan of Henley
Rd., Huntington Woods.

Cheryl Weinstein Wed

to Barg F. LaKritz

MARTIN HERSCH has been no-
tified by his district manager,
Albert L. Donadio, that he has
qualified for 1968 President's auk
The Phonogift workers will be for the John Hancock Life Insur-
assisting the executive chairman, ance Company.
Mrs. Sidney S. .Hertz; advisers,
Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine and THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Mrs. Ben Mossman; and consult-
Friday, March 7, 1969-23
ants, Mrs. Sidney J. Karbel and
Mrs. Phillip R. Marcuse.
Executive v i c e-chairmen are

Maimonides Medical Society
Women's Auxiliary will hold its
23rd annual donor luncheon and
fashion show noon March 18 at Ra-
leigh House, Mrs. Samuel Fink,
president, announces.
Plans for the afternoon are under
the general direction of Mrs. San-
ford Bennett, fund-raising chair-,
man. A spring "Fashion Fantasy"
will get a decorative assist from
psychedelic centerpieces created

g312 a

i A-ith
„Activities 1

IVAN S. BLOCH CHAPTER wil
hold ,its installation dinner 7 p.m
Thursday at Workmen's,Cirele Cen
ter. Mrs. Alan Nathan, past presi
1 dent of Metropolitan Detroit Bna'
Brith Women's Council, will install
1 officers. They are Mesdames Josef
Feuereisen, president; Morton
Steinhart, Harry Kelley and Phillip
Silverstein, vice presidents; Abe
Miller, treasurer; Nate Kusnit,
Julius Schlussel, Harold Weiss,
Louis Polant and Cy Sinai, secre-
taries; and Harry Borovitz, Charles
Ellis, Samuel Glassman, Harry
Kaplan, Max Lebow, Bernard Os-
trowe, Melvin Pearl, Samuel Taub
and Allen Yaffee, board members.
For reservations, call Mrs. Silver-
stein, 398-9065.

* * *

by Mesdames Harry Meisner and
Burton Zack and their committee.
Proceeds from the luncheon and
souvenir book will help the organ-
ization's many medical service
projects. In addition to providing
medical school scholarships at the
University of Michigan, Wayne
State University and the Hebrew
University, the auxiliary offers aid
to Bellefaire School for emotion-
ally disturbed children, Jewish
Institufe for the Blind in Israel,
Detroit Association for Retarded
Children and the Plymouth State
Home and Training School.
The membership is comprised
of more than 400 doctors' wives

Mesdames Morris Baker, Robert

S. Dunsky, Arthur I. Gould, Leo-
nard P. Frenkel, Seymour Wayne
and Mitchell Mandelberg.
Last year's phonogift campaign
raised 863,519, and it is expected
that the 1969 total will exceed this
a mount.

BY POPULAR DEMAND!

ED BURG

and His Orchestra

BLAIR STUDIO

Good Music

Weddings — Bar Mitzvas

for All Occasions

We Come to Your Home

Cheryl. Weinstein, daughter of
the Hyman Weinsteins of Church
St., Oak Park, became the bride
of Barry F. LaKritz in an evening
wedding at Cong. Bnai Moshe, with
Rabbi Moses Lehrman and Cantor
Louis Klein officiating.
The bridegroom's parents are
Mrs. Rosina Weissman of Carriage
Hill Ave., Southfield, and Mr. Arn-
old LaKritz of Park St.
The bride wore a gown of silk
and wool with an Empire bodice
and wedding ring collar. The long
sleeves were appliqued in pearls,
and the floor-length skirt fell into
a chapel train. A Camelot cap
held her chapel-length veil of silk
illusion. Stephanotis and an orchid
were carried atop the bride's con-
firmation Bible.
The bride's sister, Susan Wein-
stein, was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Marilyn Pitt, Susan

LaKritz, Ann Fishman, Cheri
Finn and Rhonda Levine. Jef-
frey LaKritz, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man.
Ushers were Todd and Lee Wein-
stein, brothers of the bride,
Thomas Lazar, Paul Graff and
Ronald Smith.
Following a Miami Beach honey-

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Other women assisting in lunch-
eon plans are Mesdames Sander
Klein, Sam Alpiner, Robert Ba-
ruch, Jules Altman, Morris Green-
berg, Marvin Siegel, Edward
Skully, Norman Wechsler, Milton
Nathanson, Joseph Seltzer, Floyd
Tukel, Bruce Danto, Alfred Klein,
Leslie Mandel, Harold Glenn, Har-
old Daitch, Ralph Coskey, Jack
Kaufman, Michael Weinstock and
Leonard Schreier.
For tickets and information, call
Mrs. Louis Leipsitz, 341-8769, or
Mrs. William Kaufman, 356-7384.

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PHI DELTA EPSILON FRA
TERNITY will hold a joint meeting
1 with the auxiliary, 8 p.m. Tuesday
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. 0. D.
Silverstein, 18727 Jeanette, South-
field. Abraham Elson, youth psy-
chiatrist will speak on "Narcotics:
the Teen-Ager's Dilemma."
* *
BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S
CON BETH
CLUB hold the final program
of its Breakfast Forum series 10
a.m. Sunday in the synagogue. Irv-
ing J. Rubin will speak on "Metro
Detroit 1990." Rubin is director of
Detroit Regional Transportation
and Land Use Study (TALUS),
which is designing a plan for the
development of the seven counties
of Southeastern Michigan through'
the year 1990. He was executive
assistant to former State Highway
Commissioner John C. Mackie and
coordinator of freeway planning
and construction in the Detroit area
for the State Highway Department.
Theodore Scholnick, men's club
past president will preside, and
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern will parti-j
cipate in the program. Vice Prest-1
dent Bernhard Lichtenstein is at%.1
rangements chairman. A question
and answer period will be featured.
The public is invited.
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from metropolitan Detroit. Since
its founding in 1925, Maimonides
has always sought to serve the
community in keeping with the
teachings of the 12th Century
Jewish' physician and philosoph-
er Moses Ben Maimon, for whom
the club is named.

BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
CHAPTER of single women, will
hold its annual installation dinner-_Ma
dance 6 p.m. March 16 at the Holi- T T
day Inn, Eight Mile Rd. at Meyers. rioneyinoon
A cocktail hour will precede the
dinner. The public is invited. For
reservations, call Rose Altman, KE
4-6355, or Dorothy Goldberg, UN
2-6610.

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MRS. MARK DEMBS

Mona Lena Brown, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Brown of
Church St., Oak Park, and Mark
David Dembs, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Dembs of. Westland Ave.,
Southfield, were united in marriage
recently at Cong. Bnai David.
Rabbi Aaron Brander and Cantor
Hyman J. Adler officiated.
Following a Toronto honeymoon,
the couple is living in Ypsilanti.

The bride wore an Empire
modified cage gown of hand cord-
ed Alencon lace with embroidered
pearls and brilliance. The gown
was fashioned with a turned-back
high collar, long sleeves and an
A-line skirt with a removable silk
satin train swept to chapel length.
A shaped toque of matching lace
peddles held the short-tiered veil
of imported silk illusion.

Susan Dembs, sister of the bride-
BETH ACHIM MEN'S CLUB groom, and Corinne Weiss were
maids of honor.
Film Festival Series will feature
Best men were Jeff Dembs,
moon, the couple is living in Oak "Topkapi" 8 p.m. Tuesday in the brother of the bridegroom, and
social hall of its Schaefer building. Jerry Katz.
Park.

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