THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, January 23, 1970
Judith 3E1lman Becomes
Mrs. Martin _4 urn(' user
United Hebrew Schools Woman's
Auxiliary will hold its annual paid-
up membership program 12:30
p.m., Wednesday at the Esther
Berman Building. An old folk tale,
"The Immortal Orange," will be
told in narrative
and song by Mrs.
and her Mini
composed of Mrs.
Fish m a n, Mrs. •
Martin Her man
and Mrs. A I e
Roberg. A light
ch prepared by Mrs. Oberstein
Mrs. Maurice Zukerstein, social
chairman, and her committee will
precede the program. President
MRS. MARTIN AUFIIAUSER
Mrs. Joseph Kripke and Mrs. Emil
membership vice president,
In a recent wedding at the Pont-
chartrain Hotel, Judith Frances invite the community.
Millman became the bride of Mai- 1
tin Ronald Aufhauser. Rabbi
Irwin Groner officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Millman of Riverside
Dr., Southfield, and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Aufhauser of Los Angeles.
<4 mita Ackerma n to Be
Mrs. Stephen F. Winer
B r i d al attendants included
Diane Dreher of Jacksonville,
Fla., Nancy Sundheim of Chi-
cago, Merle Weston of San Fran-
cisco, Mrs. Lynda Millman of
San Diego and Mary-Lou Auf-
hauser, sister of the bridegroom.
Ushers included Jay Mintz of
Los Angeles, Edward Hirschland
of New York, Peter Heyman of
Lafayette, Calif. and Dr. Steve
Millman of San Diego, brother of
After a honeymoon in Banff.
Alta., the couple will reside in San
! WHY WORRY ! !
Leave Everything to Us
BETH A C H I M SISTERHOOD
President Mrs. Thomas Partovich
announces that a theater party
will be held 7:30 p.m. Feb. 15 at
the Jewish Center. The comedy
"You Can't Take It With You" by
Kaufman and Hart will be pre-
sented by Center Theater, under
the direction of Hal Youngblood,
radio and television director of
station WJR. An "afterglow," ar-
ranged by Mrs. Jerome Silber.
man, chairman, will follow at the
new synagogue building in South-
field. Proceeds will be used to fur-
nish the synagogue kitchen. For
ticket information, contact Mrs.
Leo Gaspas, ticket chairman, 626-
6795; Mrs. Abe Meral, vice presi-
dent of ways and means, 358-2280;
or the synagogue office, 352-8670.
CHILDREN UNLIMITED w ill
hold a paid-up membership lunch-
eon and games party 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Northgate East
Activity Building. Dues may be
paid at the door. New memorian
and tribute chairman is Libby
Yarrows, LI 2-4169.
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold an executive
meeting 8 p.m. Feb. 2 at
Mrs. Elliot Schubiner's home,
25405 Catalina, Southfield. Final
plans are being formulated for a
square dance and bake sale next
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Wednes-
day at Sholem Aleichem Institute.
A film on Allan King in Israel
will be shown, and petite luncheon
will be served. Hostesses will be
Goldie Fleisher and Clara Zager.
.H ANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a luncheon noon
Tuesday at Sholem Aleichem In-
MISS ANITA ACKERMAN
stitute. Mrs. Moe Saslove will re-
view her trip to Russia. Guests are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bluestein invited. For information, call Bes-
of Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park, an- sie Kay, 356-2188.
nounce the engagement of their
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daughter Anita Carol Ackerman to
Dr. Stephen Frank Winer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Winer of
Victoria Ave., Huntington Woods.
Miss Ackerman, daughter of the
late Alfred E. Ackerman, was
graduated from Michigan State
University. She received a master's
degree from the University of
Michigan, and is continuing her
studies at Columbia University
Teachers College. Dr. Winer re-
ceived his bachelor's degree from I
Yale and was graduated from
Wayne State University medical
school. At Wayne, he was elected
to Alpha Omega Alpha scholastic
honorary society, the Aesculapian
Service Society, and was presented
with the Distinguished Service
Award from the school of medi-
An early spring wedding is
Marlene Shindel Weds
in Candlelight Ceremony
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MRS. ROBERT BURNSTEIN
In a candlelight ceremony at
Cong. Bnai Moshe, Marlene Shin-
del became the bride of Robert
Steven Burnstein. Rabbi Moses
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Shindel of Kipling
Ave., Oak Park, and Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Burnstein of Helmandale
The bride wore an Empire
crepe gown with a matching 1
floor-length mantilla of Alencon
Moreen Atkins served as maid
of honor, and bridesmaids includ-
ed Sandi Hyman, Marie Rice,
Marci Rose, Dale Marder and
Marty Burnstein served his
brother as best man, and ushers
were Barry Eisenberg, Larry Mil-
ler, David Hess, Rill Elson and
David Shindel, brother of the
After a honeymoon in Florida
and Nassau, the couple will reside
in Royal Oak.
Brown-Hiller Nuptials Criterion Club to Hold
Indoor Outing Sunday
to Be Exchanged in June Criterion Club will hold an indoor
picnic and chicken broast for its
membership Sunday, it is an-
nounced by Betty Weinberg, execu-
tive vice president.
A motorcade will leave for the
picnic site at 1 p.m., from the
assembly point at the Oak Park
Communty Center parking lot.
Dancing and group-participation
games will complete the day's en-
For information, call Miss Wein-
MISS JANICE BROWN
Mr. Samuel Brown of Cheyenne
Ave. announces the engagement of
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The bride-elect and her fiance
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