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August 03, 1973 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-03

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MRS. WILLIAM MOLNER

Terri Rochelle Redmond
and William Molner were
married recently at Cong.
•ai Moshe. Rabbi Moses
Lehrman and Cantor Louis
Klein officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Red-
mond of Pearson Ave., Oak
Park. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs.
Monroe Molner, also of Pear-
son Ave.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Joel Benson of North Miami
Beach, sister of the bride-
groom. Bridesmaids were
Wendy Stern, Elyn Stern,
Judy Noble and Sue Miller.
Best man was Joel Ben-
son. Ushers were Eric Red-
mond, Paul Levine, Glenn
Pearl, Lee Janis and Jerry
Madoff of Berkeley, Calif.
The couple will live in
Lansing.

Marriages

BORINSTEIN- HAVE MAN:
Carole M. Haveman became
the bride of Dennis Bonin-
stein . in a recent ceremony
in Chicago. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin L. Haveman of Fal-
mouth, Mich. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mrs. Morris
Z. Borinstein of Kensington
Ct., Southfield, and the late
Mr. Borinstein. The new
Mrs. Borinstein and her hus-
band hold undergraduate de-
grees from Michigan State
University and masters de-
grees from the University of
Chicago. Mr. Borinstein is
working on his doctorate.
* * *
WHITEFIELD - ERMAN:
Ellen Arlyne Erman became
the bride of Marc Whitefield
in a recent ceremony at the
bride's home. Rabbi Irwin
Groner officiated. The bride
is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Erman of Knoll-
wood Cir., West Bloomfield.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
whitefield of Brook Ln., West
omfield. Following a
honeymoon to Cape Cod, the
couple will live in Birming-
ham.

NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will hold its
annual garden party-lunch-
eon noon Aug. 15 at the home
of Mrs. Etta Kaplan, 15230
Pearson, Oak Park. Proceeds
will go toward the child
rescue fund in Israel and in
memory of the children of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaplan.
There will be prizes, and the
public is invited. For reser-
vations, call Mrs. Etta Kap-
lan, 968-6675, or Mrs. Rose
Gayer, 968-2028.
*
PARKWOOD CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, at
its annual installation lunch-
eon installed the following:
Mesdames Carl Lichten-
stein, president; David Red-
isch, Albert. Stebbins, Leon
Paul, Jack Diamond, Lew
Levitt, George S e id and
Samuel Eisenberger, vi .e-
presidents; Jack Haim, Ber-
nard Hencken and Oscar
Klaper, secretaries; Ralph
Hertzberg, treasurer; and
Ben Bonin, parliamentarian.

NSHEI CHABAD, the wo-
men's division of the Luba-
vitcher movement, will hold
the second week of its rum-
mage sale 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sunday at the Lubavitcher
Center, Oak Park. Proceeds
will help support diversified
activities such as shalakh
manot on Purim and matzot
on Pesah. For information,
call Mrs. Irving Layman,
399-4123.
*
ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold
its annual Israel Emergency
Fund games party noon Aug.
13 at the Knob in the Woods
Apts. club house. Hostesses
will be Mesdames Jerome
Prag, Maurice Knopper and
Willard Zamsky. Friends are
invited.

SHALOM-CHAI CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold a
social meeting noon Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs.
Pearl Kasle, 16500 N. Park,
Southfield. Plans for the
October fund raising will be
discussed. President Lilliar
Lublin invites prospective
members.

NORTHGATE CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Monday at the North-
gate Apts. recreation hall.
Refreshments will be served.
Mrs. Clara Sherizen, presi-
dent, invites guests.

Dances at Center

Hadassah Seeks llindi, Colman Now

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

'Woman Power' ,11rs. lrachler

Criterion to Hold Picnickers Party

Hadassah Women's Zionist
organization has begun its
"Woman Power" member-
ship campaign, guided by
Mrs. Karel Bass, chapter
vice president, and Mrs.
Jerome Kaufman, chapter
president.
On Sept. 11, newly enrolled
members and their sponsors
will be honored at a special
brunch preceding the open-
ing chapter meeting at Adat
Shalom Synagogue, where
Mrs. Max N. Matzkin, na-
tional president of Hadassah,
will speak.

Linda Friedman
lire& Dr. Shulman

Criterion Club will spon- gear. For information, call
sor a beach party and picnic Betty Weinberg, member-
leaving 11 a.m. Sunday ship chairman, 559-5175.
from the Oak Park Commu-
nity Center parking lot and
proceeding to the Pontiac
Lake recreation area.
Guests are invited and
picnickers are asked to pack
their own lunches and beach

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MRS. BUZZ WACHLER
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Mindy Colman became the
I M PORTER
bride of Buzz Wachler in a
recent ceremony at the
SE YMOUR
Wachler home with Rabbi
KAPLAN-
ty
Morton Kanter officiating.
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The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Col-
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man of Ridgeside Dr., Farm-
OF FINE DIAMONDS
30555 Southfield,
ington. Parents of the bride-
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groom are Mr. and Mrs.
645-9200
Norman Wachler of S. Har-
wich Rd., Farmington.
The bride wore a pink-on-
white appliqued organza
gown. She carried roses and Classifieds Get Quick Results
baby's breath.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
John Felencki, sister of the
bridegroom. Maid of honor
was Margo Colman, sister of
the bride. Bridesmaids were
Shelley Colman, Ellen Nemer
and Terry Zolkower.
Best man was Rick Zol-
kower. Ushers were Ed
Weiss, Link Wachler, Drew
Wachler, Gary Wachler and
John Falencki.
Following a honeymoon in
California, the couple will
398-3566
live in Southfield.

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MRS. HOWARD SHULMAN

Linda Sue Friedman be-
came the bride of Dr. How-
ard M. Shulman in a recent
ceremony at Northland Inn.
Rabbi Milton Arm officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Friedman of Radclift Ave.,
Oak Park. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mrs. Flor-
ence Shulman of Providence
Dr., Southfield, and Mr.
Martin Shulman of Pointe-
0-Woods Dr., Southfield.
The bride wore an empire-
waist gown fashioned with
English net and embroidered
with clusters of silk petals.
She carried a bouquet of
orchids and Stephanotis.
Maid of honor was Marla
Friedman, sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Phyllis
Engler and Ilene Young, sis-
ter of the bridegroom.
Best man was Harold 01-
shansky. Drs. Fred Weber
and Steven Young were
• ushers.
Following a honeymoon on
the West Coast and in Las
Vegas, the couple will live
in Madison Heights.

NCJW Honored
for Efforts on Behalf
of Troubled Youth

The Michigan Association
of Jewish College Students
(MAJCS) will hold drop-in
NEW YORK—The National
dances for young adults age
18-25, 9:30 p.m. Mondays at Council of Jewish Women has
the 10 Mile Jewish Center. r ec e i v e d an achievement
Refreshments will be served. award for "service to the
children of America" from
he National Council of Juv-
nile Court Judges.
• • • •
In recognition of NCJW's
ull-scale investigation into
he legal injustices inflicted
Mrs. Isadore Winkelman of the Greater Detroit Section )n the troubled and trouble-
National Council of Jewish women, will attend the NCJW iome children of America,
leadership development seminar to he held in conjunction he award is dedicated to
with the Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt Uni- 'the group making the most
versity, Nashville, Aug. 1446. The three-day Presidents Jutstanding contribution in
Institute will include workshops covering changing trends comunicating the needs of
in society, particularly those related to motivation and role: youth and the juvenile
of the volunteer and development of leadership capacities. courts to the public."
Detroiters attending the wedding of Linda Terry and
Guided by the NCJW hand-
Robert Ross in Atlanta were the bridegroom's family, Mr. book "Justice for Children,"
and Mrs. Jerome Ross and Albert; Mrs. Julia Ross, Mrs. NCJW volunteers across the
Irving S. Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Wolfe and Mr. country are probing and pub-
and Mrs. Gerald I. Ross and Bernadette.
licizing the operation of the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Miller of Franklin Rd., South- legal system in their own
field, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday.
communities.

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