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July 17, 1970 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-07-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, July 17, 1970

Pinsker Aid Society Plans
to Honor President, Wife

Nassau Honeymoon
Follows Rom Nuptials

Brandeis Women

I Amanda

Elect Mrs. Goldman Now Mrs. Rochlin

to Second Term

Pinsker Progressive Aid Society
will celebrate the return of its
president and his wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan P. Rossen from Is-
rael, 8 p.m. Monday at Cong. Beth
Hillel.
Refreshments will be served.
Entertainment committee mem-
bers are Harry Laker and Nathan
Sarnet.

MUSIC BY

SAM BARNETT

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

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MRS. MELVYN ROM

Mrs. Aubrey Goldman was re-
elected president at a recent meet-
ing of the Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's
Committee,
Greater Detroit
Chapter.
Other officers
are Mesdames
Sidney Caplan,
Bernard Farber
and Joseph Kerz-
man, vice presi-
dents; Merle Po- -
len, treasurer;
a nd Robert Mrs. Goldman
Schlaff, Herbert Kallet and Alan
Colman, secretaries.
New directors are Mesdames
Eugene J. Arnfeld, Theodore Birn-
krant, Clement A. Hopp, Sidney
Imerman, Mandell Lansky, Jack
A. Litwin, Malcolm Lowenstein,
Monte Nagler, Saul Rosenblum,
Ivan Scholnick and Julius
Schwartz, three years; and Helen
Hodler, Marlene Isaacson, Leon-
ard Lemberg and Norton Weiss,
one year to fill vacancies.
The nominating committee, head-
ed by chairman Mrs. Herbert Bur-
dick, included Mesdames Samuel
Aaron, Gerald Aptekar, Arthur
Rice, Harold Robinson, Robert
Schlaff and Isadore Winkelman.

Young Marrieds Form
New City of Hope Unit

Encouraged by their parents, 12
young married couples from' the

Detroit area have formed the City
of Hope-New Horizons Chapter to
help raise money for the City of
Hope, a pilot medical center in
Duarte, Calif.
The idea to initiate this chapter
was born with the City of Hope
Mr. and Mrs. Group.
Mrs. Dennis Silber, president of
the new chapter, stated that "Our
folks have instilled in us a special
feeling for the City of Hope—its
leading role in medical research
to combat catastrophic diseases,
as well as its advantages in med-
ical technology. The new Horizons
Chapter hopes to generate youth-
ful energy and ideas in raising
money for this worthwhile char-
ity."
MRS. RICHARD ROCIILIN
Other officers are Mrs. Robert
Ruby, vice president. Mrs. Elliot
Amanda Welcome Aftel was wed Samson, secretary; and Robert
to Richard Steven Rochlin in a re- Ruby, treasurer.
cent evening ceremony at the Sher-
aton-Cadillac Hotel with a recep-
visit
tion in the Standard City Club.
The Single Adult Group of the
Rabbi M. Robert Syme and Cantor
Jewish Center will meet at the
Harold Orbach officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr. Center 4 p.m. Sunday and proceed
and Mrs. James S. Aftel of North to Bob-Lo.
Park Dr., Southfield, and Mr. Mor-
ris Rochlin of Woodside Ave.,
Franklin, and the late Mrs. Lynne
Rochlin.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza, hand embroidered with
Alencon lace and a matching
lace mantilla. She carried roses
and babies' breath on the family
heirloom Bible.
Frances Eisenberg served her
sister as matron of honor. Brides-
maids were sisters of the bride-
groom, Barbara and Joan Roch-
MAX SCHRUT
lin, Sue Eisenberg and Linda Pol-
For Good Photographs
lack.
and Prompt Service
David Schneider served as best
man. Ushers were Kenneth Eisen-
Call Me at
berg, Randy Fishman, Howard
Frumin and Dennis Brown.
After a honeymoon in San Fran-
Weddings - Bar Minas
cisco, the couple will reside in
Ann Arbor.
We Come to Your Home

Barbara Jane Miller, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller of
Knob Woods Dr., Southfield, be-
came the bride of Melvyn Martin
Rom, son of Mrs. Jack Rom, of
PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL CO.
Cranbrook Dr. and the late Dr.
543-3343
26001 Coolidge
Rom Sunday at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel.
After a honeymoon in Nassau,
the couple will reside in Southfield.
The bride's silk organza gown
was appliqued with Venice lace in
an Empire style with high neck
and trumpet sleeves. The attached
train was of chapel length, and the
headpiece, a Spanish comb design
held a silk illusion floor-length veil,
appliqued in Venice lace. The bride
carried a mixed summer bouquet.
In preparation for its annual
Mrs. Howard Miller of New York
was matron of honor. Attendants New Books for Old Sale, to be held
Nov.
10-16 at Northland Center,
were Mrs. Robert Wattel of Skokie,
Ill., Sue Ellen Eisenberg and Gilda Brandeis Women is collecting used
books,
hard and paperback, for
Zalenko. The best man was Brian
Mark of Gainesville, Fla., and the children and adults.
raised from the sale
The
funds
ushers were Mr. Howard Miller,
will be used to buy new books
Spaghetti Dinner with
the bride's brother, Perry Peter-
and
maintain
the libraries of
son Jr., Rodney Lockwood of
meatless mushroom
Brandeis University. This in-
Whitesborough, N.Y., and Robert
sauce and grated cheese.
cludes subscription to 3,000 re-
Wattel.
search journals, published in all
major languages of the world,
for use in the Gerstenzang Sci-
ence and Goldfarb libraries.
With Samples
Brandeis hopes to subscribe to
The happiest of all lives is a busy
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7,000 more such journals, with
solitude.—Voltaire
Mr. and Mrs. B. Feinberg of
the help of women's groups
Gardner Ave., Oak P a r k, an-
throughout the country.
nounce the engagement of their
Mrs. Alvin Barnett and Mrs.
daughter Sharlene to Robert Al-
len T. Spiegel, son of Alfred B. Arthur Rice, chairmen of book
sales,
said pickup service can be
Spiegel of Stratford Pl., Oak Park,
Let your home have that cool appearance for the sum-
and Mrs. Helen T. Webb of Wood- arranged by calling Mrs. Jacob
mer. We can store all your draperies in our special
ridge, Ill. A September wedding Kellman, 399-3348.
The
chairmen
advise
that
if
re-
is planned.
storage facilities. We will deliver them back in the
quested, a receipt will be given for
fall A‘ith that renewed look .
income tax deduction of this gift.
Parents of Preschoolers
Remember—We Are Specialists In
A drop-off day is planned for
Invited to Join in Study
Aug. 2 at three shopping centers—
Fine Drapery Cleaning
Solomon Schimmel, doctoral can- Bloomfield Plaza, Elkin Travel
didate in development psychology Inc., at Lincoln Center Mall and
IT'S EASY TO REMEMBER OUR PHONE NUMBER
at Wayne State University, and a at the Brandeis sorting store, 704
TWINBROOK ONE EIGHTEEN EIGHTEEN
member of the Alidrasha United W. Seven Mile, 893-7747. The store
Hebrews Schools, staff, is conduct- also is open Tuesday and Thurs-
ing a study of the processes of day from 10 a.m. to noon.
Just cook the spaghetti, add
concept learning in very young
the heated sauce, top with the
children, ranging in age from 24 Detroit Police Wives
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The Detroit Police Officers Wives
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ing interesting perspectives on the purchase a kidney machine which
development of intelligence by hav- will eventually be installed in a
ing their children participate in Detroit area hospital to serve the
the study, may contact Schimmel, public as well as members of the
399-5814, for details anytime ex- department and their families.
Helen Zinberg R. E.
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Bereznitzer Aid Society
Plans Games Party

Bereznitzer Aid Society will hold
its annual games party 7 p.m. July
30 at Cong. Beth Hillel.
Refreshments and prizes will be
given. Friends are invited, and
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charge.

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