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June 30, 1978 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-30

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Marriages

Terri. Sue Farber and
Leo Maxbauer were mar-
ried recently at Temple
Adath Israel-Brith Shalom,
Louisville, Ky. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard R. Farber of
Southfield. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. W. Maxbauer of
Traverse City.
• • •
Susan Lee Greenfield
Lawrence
Dr.
and
Abramson
Jonathon
were married recently at

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Botsford Inn. Rabbi Dannel
I. Schwartz of Temple Beth
El officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Greenfield of Houghton
Ave., Detroit. Parents of the
bridegroom are Dr. and
Mrs. Sam Abramson of
Barnsbury Dr., Union Lake,
and Largo, Fla.
Esther Al lweiss was maid
of honor. Bridesmaids were
Barbara Koppelman, sister
of the bridegroom; and Joan
Greenfield and Andrea
Greenfield. Junior brides-
maid was Lauren Green-
field.
Dr. Merrill Stromer
was best man. Ushers
were Allen and Norman
Greenfield, brothers of
the bride, and Mark
Koppelman. Junior
usher was Andrew
Greenfield.

Lisa Greenfield was
flower girl and Jeffrey
Greenfield, ring bearer.
Following a honeymoon
in California, the couple
will reside in Farmington
Hills.

MISS TUCKER

Mrs. Deborah Tucker of
Glencoe, Ill., announces the
engagement of her daugh-
ter, Lori Sue, to Dr. Steven
J. Friedman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Saul W. Friedman of
Southfield.
Miss Tucker, daughter of
the late Mr. Norman
Tucker, was graduated from
the University of Michigan,
where she was elected to Phi
Beta Kappa honorary. She
earned bachelor's and mas-
ter's degrees in psychology
and an educational
specialist degree in school
psychology. Her fiance
earned bachelor's and MD
degrees at the U-M.
An August wedding is
planned.

Dorothy Karbel
Library Opens

The Dorothy Karbel
Memorial Children's Lib-
rary and Book Program was
opened last week at the
Children's Center in the De-
troit Medical Center.
The center is a mental
health program with em-
phasis on children.
The Karbel library
provides a lending lib-
rary for children, as well
as books available for
purchase.
The Karbel Memorial
Library steering committee
is chaired by Mesdames
Alan Fernand and Robert
Karbel. Others are Mrs. Ar-
thur Rice, (construction
and design), Mrs. Louis
Rudner (book programs),
Mrs. Sharon Alterman and
Mrs. Phyllis Schwartz (book
selection) and Mrs. Philip
Marcuse (book inventory).

Milans Receive Menora Gift
at JNF Testimonial Dinner

(Bnai Brith Activitie

HENRY MORGEN-
THAU LODGE will have
its 25th annual golf outing
July 13 at the Kingsville
Golf and Curling Club,
Kingsville, Ont. Starting
times are open between 9
a.m. and 1 p.m. Cost of the
golf outing includes use of
club facilities, green fees,
banquet, trophies and

Wins MD Degree

Cl%arles and Florence Milan, right, were presented
with a menora last week from the Jewish National
Fund in honor of the establishment of the Charles and
Florence Milan Park in the American Bicentennial
Park in Israel. Participating in.Ltthe tribute to the
couple at Cong. Shaarey Zedek; were, from left:
Joseph Jackier, general chairman; Mark E. Schlussel,
president of the Greater Detroit JNF Council; Rabbi
Irwin Groner, spiritual leader of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek; U.S. Sen. Robert Packwood (R-Ore.) and the
honorees.

Jeffrey Alan Meer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meei.
of Birmingham, received
his MD degree from the
Wayne State University
School of Medicine this
month.

SINGING GUITARIST

also plays violin
Sings and plays
Jewish to Modern Songs

dl fir midis Wallis

Detroiter Alane Simons Wins
HUC-JIR Israel Scholarship

Cantonal student Alane
Beth Simons has received a
scholarship to serve as as-
sistant cantor at the Heb-
rew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion in
Jerusalem for the coming
year.
A third-year student at
the HUC-JIR School of Sac-
red Music in New York,
Miss Simons will leave for
Israel Thursday.
In addition to cantorial
duties, she will be enrol-
led in the first-year rab-
binical course taken by
all students preparing for
the Reform rabbinate.
She also plans to pursue
vocal and instrumental
studies at Ruben Academy.
During the past year,

Bar-Ilan Women
Have Midrasha

RAMAT GAN, Israel —
Bar-Ilan University is offer-
ing something extra for ob-
servant women who don't
Senior Apts.
want to take a backseat in
Torah knowledge to the
to Host July 4
men in the family.
Picnic, Tour
A Midrasha for women
students, the program is
Residents of Franklin
completing its second year.
Club Senior Citizens
Israeli Expert
It offers maximum religious
Apartments will host a pub-
lic "Old Fashioned 4th of on Municipalities education to coeds seeking
academic degrees.
July Picnic" from noon to 3
in OP Tuesday
More than 130 women
p.m. Tuesday at Franklin
Israel's chief authority on from Israel and abroad are
Club, 28301 Franklin Rd.,
municipal
relations
will
be
completing
the second year
Southfield.
in Oak Park on Tuesday and of Midrasha studies with
Franklin Club residents
Wednesday
to
participate
in
about
250
students
antici-
plan to celebrate the 4th of
the city's Independence Day pated in the next academic
July the way it used to be
activities.
year.
celebrated with contests,
Elias Samuel Avihar,
music, speeches, and a pic-
head of international
nic. There is no charge.
municipal relations for the
Residents of the apart-
Engagements
Union of Local Authorities
ment complex, which is still
in Tel Aviv, will be in Oak
under construction, will
Mr. and Mrs. Max Levine
Park as part of a U.S. tour
take interested senior citi-
and in conjunction with the of Southfield announce the
zens on a tour of the complex
city's Sister Cities program. engagement of their daugh-
and discuss apartment-
Avihar will participate ter, Susan Levine, to
hotel living with them.
in Oak Park's Indepen- David Berman, son of Mrs.
Breakfast and supper are
dence Day parade 11 a.m. Robert Berman of Oak
served daily to residents in
Tuesday and will meet Park. Miss Levine_was
the club restaurant. Maids
the public throughout the graduated from the Univer-
come into each apartment
afternoon in Major Park. sity of Michigan with a de-
five days a week to clean,
He will attend the annual gree in dental hygiene. Her
make the beds and change
Sister Cities international fiance attends the Detroit
the towels. Chauffeur ser-
convention
July 17-21 in St. College of Law. A summer
vice is provided on a'
wedding is planned.
Louis.
scheduled basis.

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prizes. Paid reservations
are required by July 10.
Checks may be mailed to
Mary Posner, 23031

Radclift, Oak Park, 48237.

For information, call
Posner, 352-0620, or Ted
Frazis, 968-7318.

Radomer Banquet

The Radomer Aid Society
will hold its 58th annual

banquet 7 p.m. July 16 at
Achim.
Cong. Beth
Cocktails will be served at
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ALANE SIMONS

Miss Simons served Temple
Sholom in Floral Park,
N.Y., as a student cantor
and Bar Mitzva tutor, and
taught religious and Heb-
rew school at Central
Synagogue in New York
City.
The daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank L. Simons, of
Oak Park, she is a graduate
of Temple Israel High
School and attended the
University of Michigan
prior to enrolling at HUC-
JIR.

"S TA R O F LOV E "

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