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November 28, 1969 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-28

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26—Friday, November 28, 1969

To Address Fa rband Families

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

'Glamorama' Afternoon in Store

80th birthday of Jacobs, a Far-
band veteran of many years.
Mrs. Ida Schwartz will sing He-
brew and Yiddish folk songs and
will conduct community singing.
Refreshments will be served. Ad-
mission is free to all, including
family and friends.

Movsas Goldoftas, cultural chair-
man of Farband Branch 114, an-
nounces a family assembly will
take place 8:30 p.m. Saturday at
the Sholem Aleichem Institute.
Philip Imber, who recently re-
turned from a long stay in Israel.
(Continued from Page 23)
will describe his experiences.
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
The branch will celebrate the
Women, will hold a Hanuka cele- 441*********************,
bration noon Wednesday at Sholem
Aleichem Institute. Highlights of
the afternoon will be a reading by
Anna Tabakman and the showing
of an Israeli movie. Hostesses will
be Ruth Gosman and Blanche'
Lesser.

Women's
Clubs

50% OFF

Hal Gordon
MUSIC

ON ALL
LIGHTING
FIXTURES

*BIG BAND OR SMALL COMBOS

NEGBAH CHAPTER. Pioneer
Women, will hold a Hanuka party 3 4 ," UN 3-8982 UN 3-5730!
noon Wednesday at the home of r-************ *******
Betty Order, 20-41.3 Freeland.

Friends are welcome.
• * *

Over 1,000 Lights
On Display

BNAI M 0 S H E SISTERHOOD
will hold a Hanuka paid-up mem-
bership luncheon. party noon Dec.
the synagogue social hall.
8 in
Mrs. Ben Levenson. program
chairman, has arranged for Cantor
Louis Klein and the Bnai Moshe
Sisterhood Choral to sing and lead
the audience in Hanuka songs.
*
*
*

• •


FIDELITY LADIES CLUB will
hold a games night 8 p.m. Tuesday
at Young Israel Center of Oak-
Woods. There will be prizes. ac-
cording to Ann Lobel, president.
An admission fee will be charged.
• * *

Mrs. Allan Kaplan (seated), chairman of the City of Hope
"Glamorama Luncheon," and Mrs. Isadore Epstein, ticket chairman,
look on as a model shows an ensemble to be featured at the noon
luncheon Monday at Raleigh House.

Under -the leadership of Mrs.
Lawrence Benderhoff, vice presi
dent of fund raising, the City of
Elope Cancer Fighters is,presenting
its "Glamorama Luncheon - noon
Monday at Raleigh House.
The latest collection of designer

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Honermoon 111 _11c.viro

Mignon will be presented to the
musical accompaniment of Hal
Gordon and his musicians. Lunch
will precede the show.
Mrs. Allan Kaplan. chairman.
adds that two original gowns and
a gold watch will be awarded.
Mrs. Bill Berman, gift chairman,
said other prizes will he given out.

For tickets, call Mrs. Isadore
Epstein, ticket chairman. 353-9663.
Prize tickets may be purchased
separately from Mrs. Louis Starr.
851-3530.

JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPEAN ;
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will ;
meet noon Monday at Cong. Ezras
Achim. Mrs. Gussie Seder, presi-
dent, said luncheon will be served.
There will be discussion of the
recent luncheon and future plans.
* * *
WOMEN'S GOLDEN RULE AID
SOCIETY will give a luncheon,
with guest entertainer Sam Hoch-

man. noon Thursday at the Jewish ,
Center, Room 202.
* * *

NEW STUDY CLUB will hold a
Hanuka luncheon and games
party noon Wednesday at Work-
announces
men's- Circle Center.
President Mrs. Max Stone.

In a Wednesday ceremony at the
Franklin Hills Country Club. Joy
Orley became the bride of Alan
Nachman. Rabbis Irwin Groner
and Jacob Segal officiated.

The couple is

honeymooning in

Acapulco.

Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. ,bseph Orley of Argyle
Crescent, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Nachman of Westland Ave., South-

field.
The bride wore a satin gown
with an attached chapel-length
train. Her veil was of hand-cord-
ed Alencon lace. She carried a
bouquet of anemones.

Melissa Orley served her sister
as maid of honor. Bridesmaids

Eduardo
Curiel of
were Mrs.
Caracas, Venezuela, and Linda
Nachman, sisters of the bride-
groom; Mrs. Steven Goldman and
Mrs. David Rosenthal of Chicago:
and Cathy Brody, Pam Orley, Julie
Harris and Wendy Harris.
Robert Stein served as best man
and ushers included Gregg Orley
and Robert Orley, brothers of the
bride, Eduardo Curiel, Robert Itu-1
blittait21! .21.1t4rniatt of Ne*
York,

Windsor's Shaar Ilashomayim
Sisterhood, in conjunction with
Mitzva Chapter of Bnai Brith, will
present an art auction 7 p.m. Sim-
day at the synagogue. 115 Giles
Blvd. E. The public is invited.
Works for sale will include all
media, including etchings signed
and numbered by such artists as
Renoir, Lautrec, Picasso. Chagall
and Matisse. Sculpture also will
be featured. Works of contempor-
ary Israel and American artists
who depict Jewish subjects will
be prominently represented.

The auction is under the direc-
tion of the National Art Auction
Gallery of New York, and a pre-
view of the exhibition will take
place an hour before the auc-
tion begins. Catalogues of all
items to be auctioned will be
distributed at the preview.
Special co-ordinators are Mrs.
Melvin Muroff and Mrs. Irvin

Strathman.



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MISS JUDY SILVERSTEIN

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silverstein of
Windermere Ave., Windsor, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Judy to Irwin Kushner,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kushner
of Marentette Ave.. Windsor.
Miss Silverstein is a graduate of
Windsor Teachers College. Mr.
Kushner received his BA from De-
troit Institute of Technology.
A December wedding is planned.

Bridesmaid and

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Beth Abraham to Hold
Hanuka Dance Party
David-Horodoker Ladies

Cong. Beth Abraham and its
affiliate sisterhood, men's club and
Helen Mendelson Kerwin will
Mr. and Mrs. Club will hold a
Ilanuka dance 8:30 p.m. Dec. 6 in open the program of the 32nd
! annual donor luncheon of David-
the synagogue.
Chairman of arrangements is Horodoker Women's Organization
Menasche Haar, vice president of noon Dec. 9 in Cong. Bnai Moshe
the congregation. Dance music will social hall.
be provided by Mack Pitt and his 1 The program also will feature
orchestra, and there will also be song stylist Manny Iloltzer with
Bernard Katz at the piano.
refreshments and prizes.
For tickets and information, call
Tickets are available by calling
Mrs.* Sam, lireislec, !35'7-01,8.7,oiz
mees,..or
the tynagogde -Oftite,'UN
Mrs. Harry Schechter, EL `3-6674.
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