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August 29, 1969 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-29

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22—Friday, August 29, 1969

Sandra Canvasser 11 7- eds
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pioneer Women National Head,'
Rose Kaufman to Speak Here

ROSE KAUFMAN

Italian

Meal

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Chef Boy-Ar-Dee

Spaghetti Dinner with
meatless mushroom
sauce and grated cheese.

Setting the pace for the 1969-70
season, Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women will hold its annual open
house noon Thursday at Sholem
Aleichem Institute.
Highlight of the afternoon will be
the appearance of Mrs. Rose Kauf-
man, national president of Pioneer
Women, the Women's Labor Zion-
ist Organization of America.
A native of Cleveland and hav-
ing sat on almost every board and
office of Jewish activity in that
city, Mrs. Kaufman is now a mem-
ber of the executive of the Ameri-
can Israel Public Affairs Commit-
tee and of the North American sec-
tion of the World Jewish Congress:
member of the administrative com-
mittee of the American Zionist
Council and board of governors of
Israel Bonds: and a deputy mem-
Ther of the actions committee of the
World Zionist Congress.

MRS. THOMAS MILLMAN

In a recent ceremony at the

NCJW to Aid TV Program

Wedding

LIPIN-FELDMAN: In a recen
ceremony at Temple Emanu-El
Beth-Anne Feldman became the
bride of Robert Paul -Lipin. Rabb'
Milton Rosenbaum officiated. Par
ents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Charles Feldman of Dun-
dee Rd., Huntington Woods, and
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lipin of St.
James Ave., Birmingham. Jill
Feldman served her sister as maid
of honor. Bridesmaids included El-
len Sue Feldman, Carol Geller,
Nancy Robin and Mary Ellen
Sable. Donald Lipin served his
brother as best man. Ushers were
Richard Lipin, Richard Funke,
Stanley Jacobson, Jerome Korchak,
Lawrence Rubin, Gerald Schlesing-
er and Edward Superfon. The bride
wore a peau de soie gown featur-
ing a modified high collar, short
set-in sleeves, high waist and bod-
icewith appliques of Alencon lace
and pearls. Her Elizabethan silk
illusion veil was secured to a Dior
bow of peau de sole adorned with
pearl-studded Alencon lace. She
carried a nosegay of roses and
cascading ivy. Mr. and Mrs. Lipin
will spend a short time in Chicago
and leave in September for an ex-
tended honeymoon in England.
Upon their return, they will reside

Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. Sandra
Ann Canvasser became the bride
of Dr. Thomas Ira Millman. Dr.
Richard C. Hertz officiated.
The couple's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Kaufman is national vice
president of the Jewish National Mrs. Donald Canvasser of Vernon
Fund and national vice president Rd.. Huntington Woods, and Mr.
of the Israel Histadrut Campaign. and Mrs. Max Millman of Glaston-
She has traveled across the bury Gate. Southfield.
The bride wore a gown of silk
. United States and Canada speak-
ing for Pioneer Women, Hista- cloud peau de soie embroidered
drut, Jewish National Fund, the with jeweled Alencon lace. The in Royal Oak.
United Jewish Appeal and Israel gown was fashioned with a stand-
Bonds.
away collar, short flared sleeves
There is a Rose Kaufman Forest and an attached chapel-length
of 10.000 trees in Israel, a project train. A matching jeweled lace
undertaken by the Cleveland Wom- Juliet cap held the bouffant silk
illusion veil.
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James Millman served as his
brother's best man. Ushers includ-
ed the bridegroom's brother, Dr.
Arthur Millman, George Chessler,
Daniel Kohen, Norman Miller and
Roger Siegel. Charles M. Canvas-
ser, brother of the bride, was jun-
ior usher.
Included in the bridal party were
the bride's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph M. Lefkofsky and Mr.
and Mrs. David Freedman.
Following a honeymoon in Tor-
onto, the couple will reside in Oak
Park.

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YOUR CANDID

From LONDON, ENGLAND

Alana Freedman of Anaheim,
Calif., served as maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Judith Can-
vasser, Mrs. George Chessler,
Sandra Katz. Eva Loukinen and
Mrs. Bruce Stein.

Mrs. Kaufman went to Israel
at the invitation of Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol to attend a special
conference of world leaders in
Jerusalem. This year, she was in-
vited to attend the Conference on
Human Needs in Jerusalem and
remained there to attend the meet-
ing of the Zionist Actions Commit-
tee.
The afternoon program will in-
clude induction of new members
and presentation of Pioneer Wom-
en's annual award, a menora,
to the chapter acquiring the high-
est number of new members.

NEW YORK (JTA)—Members of
the National Council of Jewish
Women will provide a number of
volunteer services to help imple-
ment an $8,000,000 experimental
television series this fall designed
to provide pre-school children in
poverty areas with skills they need
to start school on a par with other
children.
Mrs. Joan Cooney, director of
the NCJW project, said the
Children's 'Television Workshop
program, "Sesame Street," will
telecast, starting Nov. 10, on 160
stations of the National Education-
al Television network. The series
will consist of 26-hour-long pro-
grams, she said. The project is
being funded by the United States
Office of Education, the Carnegie
Corp. and the Ford Foundation.

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