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July 09, 1971 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-09

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Rita D. Koenig [rife
of Michael Lindemann

Women's

Cluhs

Friday, July 9, 1971-25
Blumeno-Gzrwin Vows THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
to Be Said Next June Mrs. Reinitz to Help in Area Torch Drive

Mrs. George J. Reinitz of Roy-
court W., Huntington Woods, will
direct the canvass of all Oakland
County apartments as apartments
section chairman for the 1971
Torch Drive residential campaign.
Mrs. Reinitz has appointed three
region chairmen, who will enlist,
train and organize Torch Drive
volunteers.
They are: Mrs. Samuel W.

DAVID-HORODOKER WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION members will be
hostesses Monday at the USO, 306
Michigan. They are Mesdames
Bernard Chase, Joseph M. David-
son, Alex Dorchen, Joseph Guter-
man and Harry Schechter.

NORTHGATE CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet noon this
Monday at the Northgate Apart-
ments social hall. Guest speaker
will be Carrie Berman. Mrs. Clara
Sherizen, president, announces that
guests are invited. Refreshments
will be served. In last week's pa-
per, the meeting was incorrectly
announced for last Monday.

MRS. MICHAEL LINDEMANN

Rita Diane Koenig, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Koenig of
Winthrop Ave., became the bride
of Michael Brian Lindemann in a
recent ceremony at the Hotel Pont-
chartrain. Rabbi M. Robert Syme
and Cantor Harold Orbach offi-
ciated.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Ferris Bousley of Ann Arbor
and Victor Lindemann of Buffalo.
The bride wore a princess-
style gown with the train at-
tached to a bow in the back. The
gown was embossed with import-
ed re-embroidered Alencon lace
I on the bodice, cuff neckline and
\ wide front inverted pleat. The
pillbox headpiece of Alencon
lace featured a satin back bow,
--securing layers of illusion veil-
ing. She carried her confirma-
tion Bible covered with orchids
and sweetheart roses.
The maid of honor was Elaine
Saber of -Washington, D.C. Brides-
maids were Mrs. Edward Mandel,
Deborah Lindemann, the bride-
groom's sister, of Ann Arbor; and
Dana Caplan of Pittsburgh.
The best man was Gary Szal-
winski of Ann Arbor. Ushers were
Richard Koenig, the bride's broth-
- er, of Trenton, N.J ; Keith Linde-
t mann, the bridegroom's brother,
of Lansing; and Neil Jamron of
Ann Arbor.
Following a honeymoon in Mont-
real and Quebec City, the couple
will reside in Detroit.

Radomer VIPs to Meet

Radomer Aid Society will hold
an executive board meeting 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Workmen's
Circle Center to discuss the an-
nual installation and August rum-
mage sale. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Ager
will be host and hostess.

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ROSENWALD LADIES AUX-
ILIARY will hold a special meet-
ing 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center. Plans
will be made for the installation
July 28, and other affairs will be
discussed.
*
*
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
invites friends to its annual picnic
noon Wednesday at Oak Park
Municipal Park, at Oak Park Blvd.
and Gardner. Sandwiches should,
be brought, and games are plan-
ned. Yetta Weiner is head of the
picnic committee.
*
SOUTH ACRES CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, installed
the following officers recently:
Mesdames Larry Harwin, presi-
dent; Bernard Lash, Michael Wil-
son, Kenneth Stoller, Bruce Ru-
dolph and Jack Rubin, vice presi-
dents; Martin Spitz, Michael Byer
and Martin Lofman, secretaries;
Jacob Lamcor, treasurer; and Mi-
chael Corman, parliamentarian.
*
*
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP, will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Harry Blitz, 15211 Sutherland. The
guest speaker will be Rabbi Israel
Rockove.

DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a summer lunch-
eon at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Albert Kramer,
23651 Radclift, Oak Park. Mrs.
Albert Holtz, a practicing attor-
ney, will speak on "Abortion Re-
form." Friends are welcome. For
information call Mrs. Sol Hober-
man, 548-9133.
* *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, announces that Mrs.
Harry Kaplan's annual garden
party will take place 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday 'at the Kaplan home,
15230 Pearson, Oak Park. All pro-
ceeds will go to the-children's and
youth's home in Israel. This event
is given in memory of Mrs. Kap-
lan's five children, who died in
concentration camps.
*
*
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi
Women, will hold its annual
donor luncheon noon Wednesday
at Cong. Beth Hillel. Proceeds will
be used in the Mizrachi homes in
Israel for child restoration, Youth
Aliya and vocational and educa-
tional training. Chairman of the
day is Mrs. Arthur Selmar. For
tickets and information, call Mrs.
Morris Lachover, 546-7377; or
Mrs. Pearl-Gold, 342-4072.

MASADA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will install, its slate of of-
ficers noon Monday at the home of
Mrs. Norman Kanter, 17745 Alta
Vista, Southfield. Luncheon will be
served. Mrs. Dorothy Caplan is
chairman of the day. Mrs. Irving
Turner will install the following:
Mesdames Dorothy Caplan, Ethel
Barnett and Ruth Kanter, presidi-
um; Irving Turner, vice president;
and Reba Coleman, Betty Block,
Mary Bonin and Ann Silverman,
secretaries.

:

MISS JILL BLUMENO

Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Blumeno
of Fairfax Ave., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Jill Iylene to Howard E.
Gurwin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Gurwin of Jeanette Ave.,
Southfield.
Miss Blumeno will graduate this
summer from the Virginia Farrell
College of Cosmetology. Her fiance,
a graduate of Wayne State Uni-
versity, was affiliated there with
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
A June wedding date has been
set.

Kreis of Berkley Ave., Hunting-
ton Woods; Mrs. Rodney B.
Finegold of Stratford Ct., Oak
Park; and Mrs. Robert Leder-
man of Charleston Ct., Farming-
ton.
Mrs. Reinitz is a member of
the South Oakland Board of Real-
tors and the women's division of
both the Michigan- and National
Boards of Realtors. She also is
active in Hadassah, United Jew-
ish
Appeal, ORT and the National
Criterions to Hear
Council of Jewish Women.
the Sound of Music
She formerly served as chair-
Criterion Club for single adults man of Torch Drive community
will attend the Detroit Symphony business campaigns in Northwest
Orchestra concert conducted by Detroit and Highland Park.
Arthur Fiedler 6:30 p.m. Sunday
at Meadow Brook.
A motorcade will leave at 3 p.m.
from the public lot at the Oak
Leave Everything to Us
Park Community Center. Guests
are invited to bring blankets and
pack picnic baskets.
Following the concert, the group
will adjourn for refreshments at
Alban's.

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