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July 20, 1973 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-20

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Blinder-Gertner
Rites Solemnized

MRS. MARK BLINDER

Lauren Ann Gertner be-
came the bride of Mark
'Fisher Blinder at a recent
ceremony at Temple Eman-
uel in Kingston, N.Y. Rabbi
Martin Eichorn officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Gertner of Kingston, N.Y.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Blinder of Whitcomb Ave.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
David Schempp. Bridesmaids
were Mary O'Connor, Rena
Scitturo and Susan Avery.
Best man was the bride-
groom's brother, Andrew
Blinder. Ushers were Terry
Gertner, brother of the bride,
Michael Guzick and Tim
Danielian.
After a honeymoon in
Nassau, the couple will live
in West Palm Beach.

1
Marriages I

LASSER-LIPTON: Suzanne
Beth Lipton became the
bride of Dr. Allan Lasser in
a recent ceremony at the
Raleigh House. Rabbi Irwin
Groner officiated. The bride
is the daughter of Mrs. Ben
Lipton of Oxley Rd., South-
field, and the late Mr. Lip-
ton. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Lasser also of Oxley
Rd. The bride was attended
by her cousin, Mrs. Law-
rence Schlussel, matron of
honor. Best man was the
bridegroom's brother, Lee
Lasser. Following a wedding
trip to Montreal and Quebec,
the couple will live in South-
field.

omen's
Cluhs

SOUTH ACRES CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will
hold a summer carnival
Thursday through July 29 at
the Arrowhead Parking lot
adjacent to the Plaza Shop-
ping Center, Grand River
and Orchard Lake Road. The
carnival will be open 10 a.m.
to 11 p.m. weekdays and 10
a.m.-midnight Friday and
Saturday. There will be
games and prizes. Proceeds
will support ORT projects.
• •
BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will hold its annual
rummage sale Aug. 21 and
22 at the synagogue, an-
nounced Mrs. Arthur Schus-
sler, newly elected sister-
hood president. Vice presi-
dent of ways and means, Mrs.
William Tarnow will be
chairman, and Mesdames
Harold Panter and Edward
Allen are co-chairmen.
• • •
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will hold its an-
nual summer luncheon noon
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Albert Kramer, 23651 Rad-
clift, Oak Park. S h e r r y
Wasserman, adult services li-
brarian at the Oak Park Li-
brary, will review "Ten for
Kadish" by Israel Jacobs.
Friends are invited. Newly-
elected officers are: Mes-
dames Richard B. Kramer,
president; Frank Rath, David
Shuster, Henry Faigin and
Sam Koven, vice presidents;
Henry Solomon, Ben Carney
and Sol Hoberman, secretar-
ies; and Norman Leeman,

•.

CLUB TWO, Pioneer Wom-
en, will hold a picnic 11:30
a.m. Monday at the Oak
Park Municipal Park, area
3. Friends are invited. For
information, call Yetta Wein-
er, 968-4565.
• • •
ROSENWALD AUXILIARY,
Atherican Legion, recently
installed the following offi-
cers: Mesdames Marion Ten-
nenbaum, president; Fay Bo-
grow and Lydia Slakter, vice
presidents; Frances Green,
treasurer; Ida Zuger, ser-
geant-at-arms; Tillie Sable,
flag bearer; Clara Chapiro,
chaplain; and Ann Gottlieb,
secretary.

activities in Societ y

The 25th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Traurig of
Tavistock Tr., Southfield, was the occasion of a surprise
party. Following a cocktail party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Oppenheim in Southfield, guests caravaned by
car to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Goodman,
rather and sister-in-lw of the Traurigs, in Bloomfield Hills,
celebrate the occasion at a dinner. Gypsy violinist Ziggy
Bella serenaded guests at the Goodman residence through-
out the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Davidson of Greenfield Ave.,
Southfield, were honored recently by family and friends at
the Shenandoah Country Club on the occasion of their 50th
wedding anniversary. The party was given by children
Mrs. Shirley Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Davidson, Dr.
and Mrs. Sam Glassman and. Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Kaye
of Palo Alto, Calif. Relatives and friends from Jackson and
Toledo attended.
Rose Kleinbard was honored Sunday by family and
friends on the occasion of her 70th birthday at a surprise
birthday luncheon at the Sheraton-Pontiac Hotel. The party
was given by her children Mr. and Mrs. Irving Naimark,
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Kleinbard, Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Gaba
and Abraham Kleinbard. Her six grandchildren also
attended.
Among the Detroiters attending the annual Million
Dollar Round Table meeting of the Massachusetts Mutual
Life Insurance Co., in Seattle, Wash., were Paul L. Sheri-
ben, Melvin Weisz and Arthur Disner, of the Detroit-
Gold Agency.

,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Israel Bond Women Luncheon
to Host Mrs. Edward G. Robinson Center Announces

Mrs. Edward G. Robinson,
wife of the late actor, will be
the guest of the women's di-
vision of the State of Israel
Bonds at a sponsor luncheon
at the home of Mrs. Henry
Dorfman Aug. 1.
A native New Yorker, Mrs.
Robinson is a former fashion
designer and consultant and

MRS. ROBINSON

was associated for many
years with the fashion in-
dustry in New York.
She was educated at the
Model Elementary School of
Hunter College, the Fields-
ton School of Ethical Culture
and the Pratt Institute,
where she studied art and
design, before entering a
career in fashion.
Married in 1958 to Mr.
Robinson, she shared his
concern and close identifica-
tion with the people of Israel
and played a leading role in

the Beverly Hills Israel Bond
campaign.
Mrs. Robinson has visited
Israel on several occasions
with her husband and has
met with many of Israel's
leading government officials.
She visited Israel again in
April in memory of Mr.
Robinson, who died in Janu-
ary.
Her marriage to Mr. Rob-
inson also gave her the op-
portunity to become more
deeply involved in the world
of art. As a special tribute
to him, she wrote a book en-
titled "Edward G. Robin-
son's World of Art," which
was published two years ago
by Harper and Row.
She appeared on national
television in April at the
Oscar Awards, when she
accepted the posthumous
award to Mr. Robinson for
his career of dramatic
achievements.

Play Competition

The Association of Jewish
Center Workers is sponsor-
ing a national contest in
which a $1,000 prize will be
offered for the best full-
length play dealing with a
Jewish theme.
The prize-winning entry
will be produced and per-
formed on a nation-wide scale
during the 1974-75 season by
those Jewish centers with
performing arts facilities.
Scripts are being solicited
in the Detroit area by Mrs.
Edith Rudner, association
member and cultural arts di-
rector for the Jewish Cen-
ter.
A jury of theatrical mem-
bers and critics has been se-
lected to judge the entries.
Dramas, comedies and musi-
cals will be accepted.
To enter, contact Mrs. Rud-
ner at the Center, 341-4200.

Friday, July 20, 1973 27

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MRS. JOEL STEINBERG

Florence M. Hersen be-
came the bride of Joel David
Steinberg in a recent cere-
mony at Cong. Beth Moses.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Her-
sen of Kenton Ave., Oak
Park. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mr. a n d Mrs.
Arthur Steinberg of Sussex
Ave.
After a wedding trip to
Northern Michigan, t h e
couple will live in Ann Arbor.

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MRS. ARTHUR WEISS

Gertrude Anne Levine be-
came the bride of Arthur A.
Weiss in a recent ceremony
at Cong. Beth Achim. Rabbi
Milton Arm officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Le-
vine of S. Wilson St., Mount
Clemens. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Weiss of Wood-
villa Pl., Southfield.
The bride wore an organza I
gown appliqued with Venice
lace and white cap sleeves.
Her matching headpiece held
an elbow-length veil. She
carried a French bouquet.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Gary Hurand, sister of the
bride. Maid of honor was the
bride's sister, Harriet Levine.
Bridesmaids were Margaret
Levy, Mrs. Donald Wagner,
sister of the bridegroom, and
Mrs. Glenn Sidder.
Best man was Donald Wag-
ner. Ushers were Harold
Friedman, Erwin Weiss, Ar-
nold Schaefer, Stuart Fine-
berg, Lawrence Englander
and Leonard Topor.
Following a Montreal honey-
moon, the couple will live
in Troy.

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