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July 02, 1971 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-02

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Susan Claire Mintz
Is Wife of Eric Lerner

omen's

TEMPLE BETH JACOB SIS-
TERHOOD's executive committee
and board members recently met
at the home of newly elected Presi-
dent Mrs. Henry Winkelman to
discuss the new season's events.
An Aug. 23 luncheon and games
party will be held at 12:30 at the
home of Mrs. Stephen Freedman,
2960 Middlebelt, Orchard Lake.
Chairman for the day will be Mrs.
David Snyder.

* *

GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, saw new officers

MRS. ERIC LERNER

Susan Claire Mintz and Eric J.
Lerner recently were united in
marriage at the Sheraton Bloom-
field Hotel, Pontiac.
Rabbis Leon Fram and M. Rob-
ert Syme, and Cantor Harold Or-
bach, officiated.
The new Mrs. Lerner is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
A. Mintz of Avon Ave., Oak Park.
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs.
Esther Lerner of Toledo and the
late Mr. Marvin Lerner.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of silk taffeta with a high,
fitted bodice. The silk illusion
veil was held by a cap of lace
and seed pearls. She carried her
confirmation Bible, which was
covered with lilies and roses.
The bride was attended by Edye
Fagenson. Arthur Lerner served
his brother as best man.
Following a honeymoon in Can-
ada, Mr. and Mrs. Lerner will live
in Ithaca, N.Y.

recently installed by Mrs. Sam
L upovitch, installation chairman.
They are: president, Mrs. Jack
Reitman; vice presidents, Mrs.
Israel Weisman and Mrs. Harry
Stein; treasurer, Mrs. Sidney Wein-
berger; and recording secretary,
Sadie Adler.
* *
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will hold its final meeting of the
season noon Tuesday at the Work-
men's Circle Center. Reports on
the yearly activities will be given,
and luncheon will be served. Presi-
dent Chana Michlin welcomes
guests.
* * *
ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold a
games party noon July 12 in the
Knob - in - the - Woods Apartments
clubhouse. Proceeds will go to the
Israel Emergency Fund.

Mr. Kohen Takes Bride,
Marilyn Sue Shapiro

Detroiter Helps Dedicate
Synagogue-Library Center
at Israel Children's Village

Detroiter Mrs. Marshall M.
Miller played an active role in
ceremonies marking the dedication
of the synagogue-library center
which the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods built for the
800 children in the Ben-Shemen
Children's Village near here.
NFTS President Mrs. David M.
Levitt formally presented the
building to Aryeh Simon, director
of the Ben-Shemen Children's Vil-
lage.
Mrs. Miller, a vice president of
NFTS and chairman of its Ben-
Shemen committee, presented the
Book of Hope, containing the
names of those whose gifts made
possible the building of the syna-
gogue-library center.
The Ben-Shemen Children's Vil-
lage was founded in 1927 for
orphans of the Russian pogroms
and Polish children orphaned in
World War I. It has since also
served as a haven for child vic-
tims of Nazi Germany and the
disadvantaged Jewish children of
North African countries. In its
school, the children, from kinder-
garten to college-age, receive aca-
demic education combined with
agricultural experience.

During July and August the
FRANKLIN S I D E N GALLERY
will feature a changing exhibit of
works of art. Outstanding among
these are recent large-scale color
field paintings by David Tammany,
pastel drawings by Sheldon Iden,
silkscreen prints by Ron Rae,
plexiglass sculpture by Arthur
Schneider and newly published
prints and multiples by Jasper
Johns and Claes Oldenburg. Also
exhibited are highlights of the past
season's shows. These include
plexiglass mobile sculptures by W.
Alonzo Allen and neon acrylic
paintings by Rocco Lodise. Sum-
mer hours for the Franklin Siden
Gallery are 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tues-
day through Friday.

Arlene M. Olshansky,
Jack Schultz to Marry

ROSENWALD LADIES AUXIL-
IARY, American Legion, will hold
an executive board meeting and
luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Sarah Jacob-
son, 18228 Steel. The discussion
will center on election of new of-
ficers and charity affairs. A regu-
lar meeting will be held 8:30 p.m.
July 14 at the Workmen's Circle
Center.
* * *
NORTHGATE CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet noon Mon-
day at the Northgate Apartments
social hall. Guest speaker will be
Carrie Berman. Mrs. Clara Sheri-
zen, president, announces that
guests are invited. Refreshments
will be served.
*
*
INFANTS SERVICE GROUP, in
response to an appeal from the
mother of imprisoned Soviet Jew
Ruth Aleksandrovich, has agreed
to send a weekly letter to Soviet
Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin, ex-
pressing the hope that his govern-
ment will allow Jews who so desire
to leave for Israel.
• * *
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Moshe Polter, 24251 Kipling. Rabbi
Joel Sperka will be the guest
speaker.

Forest Dedicated in Name
of Queen Wilhelmina

NAZARETH-7A 50,000-tree forest
sponsored by the Dutch people,
both Jews and non-Jews, in mem-
ory of their late Queen Wilhelmina
was dedicated in the hills outside
Nazareth. Chairman Jacob Tsur
read a cable sent by Queen Juliana
in Hebrew which stated, "I should
like to express once again my
gratitude for • the honor thus—be-
stowed on the memory of my
mother."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 2, 1971-23

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officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Shapiro of
Pontchartrain Dr., Southfield. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Kohen of Norwood Ave.,
Oak Park.
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line gown of English net, ap-
pliqued in garlands of Brussels
lace. A chapel train fell from
her shoulders. She wore a Dior
bow with a flowing floor-length
veil of silk illusion, appliqued
with Brussels lace. She carried
her confirmation Bible with a
cascade of miniature flowers.
Mrs. Mark Manhoff, matron of
honor, and Kaye Shapiro, the maid
of honor, are sisters of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. David
Kirsch, sister of the bride; Paula
Kohen, sister of the bridegroom;
Mrs. Robert Dale; and Judi Ceder-
baum of Lynbrook, N.Y.
Harold Kohen served his brother
as best man. Ushers were David
Kirsch, Mark Manhoff, Harvey
Stalburg, Robert Rosen, Paul Han-
delman, Kenneth McIntyre and
Harold Leach.
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