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August 01, 1969 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-01

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Lawrence Trunskys
Honeymoon in Europe

MRS. LAWRENCE TRUNSKY

In a recent ceremony at the

Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, Jane Carol
Rosen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin K. Rosen of Shrewsbury
Rd. was married to Lawrence Allan
Trunsky. son of Mrs. Harold Trun-
sky of North Park Dr., Southfield,
and the late Mr. Trunksy. Dr. Rich-
ard Hertz officiated.
Following a European honey-
moon, the couple will reside in

Singles Weekend Slated

Women's

LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB-
BATH LEAGUE will hold a lunch-
eon meeting noon Wednesday at
Cong. Shomrey Emunah. The lunch-
eon is sponsored by Mrs. Sarah
Sklar and Rose Schuraytz. Social
chairmen Mrs. Walter Epstein and
Gussie Cardash will be assisted by
Mesdames Sadie Adler, Arthur Cut-
ler, Harold Kaplan, Aaron Sand-
weiss and Bea Servetter. Mrs. Mil-
ton Winston, president, announces
that arrangements will be made for
the annual garden luncheon, to be
held Aug. 20.
s s *
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
hold a meeting noon Monday at
Cong. Ezras Achim. President Mrs.
Jack Seder - announces that plans
will be discussed for fall programs
and the September canister drive.
Luncheon will be served.

Linda If 'eiss, Mr. Blank
Exchangelf.'eddingVOlus

Troy.
The bride wore a peau de soie

gown of re-embroidered Alencon
lace with a mandarin neckline.
Short sleeves and A-line skirt.
The bodice and sleeves were
trimmed with seed pearls and
crystals. A hemline of lace ended
in a chapel train and a half-cap
l matching lace flowers held her
veil of silk illusion. She carried a
bouquet of orchids and lilies of
the valley.
The bride's grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. David Glanzrock, ■ .% ere in
the bridal party.

Sagagernents

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schneider
announce the engagement of their
daughter Sharon Lynn to Harris
B. Berman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Berman of Cincinnati.
Miss Schneider attended Florence
'Mt Business School. Mr. Berman
received his BA degree in eco-
nomics from the University of
Cincinnati, and his MA degree
from the Institute of Labor and
Industrial Relations of the Univer-
sity of Illinois, Champaign. He is
CIIrrently with the National Labor
Relations Board in Detroit. A Nov.
9 wedding is planned.

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member.

Phyllis Fohrman of Evanston,
was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Ricka Fuger, Judy

Weil, Mrs. Sheldon Gold, Bernice
Rosenthal. Sharon Thomas, Mrs.
Robert Gossman, Cathy Hoffman,
Mrs. Carol Katkowsky and Linda
Gutterman of Flint. Norene Trun-
sky was flower girl.
Leonard Trunsky, brother of the
bridegroom, served as best man.
Ushers included Dr. Ronald Trim-
sky, brother of the bridegroom,
David Askenazy, Robert Witek,
Allan Feldman. Ronald Gillerman,
Ray Jacobs, Fred LeVine and Jerry
Shapiro of Grand Rapids.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

All single persons from the com-
munity are invited to a summer
weekend planned by Parents With-
out Partners for Aug. 8-10 at the
Presidential Inn in Southgate. For
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women information, call Henrietta Lewis,
President Chana Michlin, will host LI 6-0903.
a luncheon meeting noon Tuesday
in the new meeting place, the
Sholom Aleichem Institute. Greet-
ings will be extended by Council
President Shirley Katzman. Frieda
Leemon will be guest speaker, and
Direct Color
Sarah Levin will preside. Guests
are welcome. The club recently in-
Candids
stalled the folowing officers with
Weddings and
Mrs. Michlin: vice presidents,
Adele Mondry, Bessie Goodman
Bar Mitzvas
and Sophie Sislin, secretaries,
Sarah Levin, Bessie Baron, Anna
Merrillwood Bldg. Mall
Alpert, Eva Domovich and Sara
251 Merrill, cor. Woodward
DeRoven; treasurer, Ida Kutnick;
Birmingham
and dues, Eva Heinick.
647-5730
* s
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio
neer Women, announces a garage Classified Ads Get Quick Results
sale Aug. 18-20 at the home of Mrs.
Bernard Mond, 24201 Gardner, Oak
Park. All merchandise donated will
be tax deductible, and proceeds are
designated for Israel. For pickup
information, call Mrs. Mond, LI
1-8659, or Mrs. Israel Weisman, EL
6-8038. Hours of the sale are 9 a.m.-
5 p.m.
▪ * *
CITY OF HOPE DETROIT CAN-
CER FIGHTERS have named eight
members to attend the forthcoming
national convention at the medical
T-T MZ. 'I' 0 1NT
center in Duarte, Calif. They are
Mesdames Louis Alpert. Ethel
GLAMOUR AND LEISURE SPORTSWEAR
Finnk, Maury Gordon, Joseph Jack-
son, Leonard Mitz, Earl Weingar-
HARVARD ROW
den, Murray Weintraub and Mrs.
Tom Rosenberg, national board

MRS. DANIEL BLANK

Rabbi M. Robert Syme officiated
at a recent ceremony at the
Raleigh House, where Linda Weiss
became the bride of Daniel Blank.
I The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Weiss of Oxley
Rd., Southfield, and her husband is
the son of Mrs.: Rose Blank of Mor-
ton Ave., Oak Park.
The bride wore a silk organzs
gown with lace applique and bead-
ed bodice and border, short leg-of-
mutton sleeves and detachable
train. Her tiered short veil was at-
tached to a silk and pearl bow. She
carried a cascade of flowers on her
Bible.
Mrs. Barbara Rosenfeld served
as matron of honor, and brides-
maids were Mrs. Freddie Blank,

Mrs. Donna Litinsky, Judy Fine-
man and Barbara Levine. Also in
the bridal party was Mrs. Bella
Mandell, the bride's grandmother.

• * *
DAVID-HORODOKER WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION, with the co-
operation of Rabbi Solomon Grus-
kin, will sponsor a picnic at Ypsi-
lanti State Hospital Tuesday. Par-
ticipants will be Mesdames Ber-
nard Chase, Joseph M. Davidson,
Alex Dorchen, Joseph Guterman
and Leo .Heiman.
* * *
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its annual sum-
mer lunchon noon Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Frank Rath, 29021
Ramblewood, Farmington. Mrs.
David Shuster, program chairman,
announces that Rabbi David Jesse!
will speak on "Jews in the Arab
Countries." For reservations, call
Mrs. Rath, 626 8372, or Mrs. Shuster,
LI 7-1438.
*
BNAI ISRAEL SISTERHOOD of
Pontiac recently installed the fol-
lowing board members: Mesdames
Charles Fenberg, Eddie Silver. Na-
than Crone, Jack Gamburd, Marvin
Finkelstein and Allen Singer.
▪ * *
• BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will
bold its annual luncheon and gar-
den party 12:30 p.m. Wednesday,
at the home of Mrs. Victor Ross,
13691 Balfour, Oak Park. For res-
ervations call Mrs. Ross, LI 6-2844.

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Martin Blank served his brother
as best man. Ushers included Ger-
ald Blank, brother of the bride-
groom, Harry Colburn, Jack Wei-
ner, Marvin Kaminsky and Ray- Yavneh Outing Slated
mond Weiss, brother of the bride.
The couple is honeymooning in for Meadow Brook
Las Vegas.
Yavneh of Detroit will meet Sun-
day for a picnic dinner and 6:30
p.m. concert at Meadow Brook,
featuring pianist Vladimir Ashke-
naz, as soloist.
Picnic participants will first meet
in the parking lot of the Young
Israel Center of Oak-Woods be-
tween 3:45 and 4:15 p.m. and will
then leave for Meadow Brook.
Cost for the outing includes both
Is back at the same
dinner and the concert.

cepting fall registra-

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Criterion Club Prepares

for Beach Party, Outing

Criterion Club for single adults,
will hold a midsummer outing and

beach party Sunday at Pontiac
Lake Recreation Area.

The motorcade will leave at noon
from the parking lot on Greenfield
Rd. near the northwest corner of
Seven Mile Rd.
Information may be obtained
from Betty Weinberg, chairman of
programs, 341-9443. Guests are wel-
come.

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