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April 03, 1970 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-04-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, April 3, 1970

Eva Firestone to 11 "cd
Steven Lipton in June

omen's etas activities

GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio
AES CU LAPIAN PHARMACEU-
EVERGREEN GROUP, Hadas-
sah, will present Dr. Bruce Dan- TICAL ASSOCIATION LADIES neer Women, will meet noon Tues
day
at the Shalom Aleichem Insti
to, psychiatrist, speaking on "Sex AUXILIARY will meet 12:30 p.m.
and the Teen-ager" 8 p.m. Tues- Wednesday at the home of Mrs. lute. Reports will be given on the
day at the Oak Park Community Jack Reitman, 27350 Sutherland, games night, and plans will be set
Center. Members are invited to Southfield. The budget report in- up for the annual World's Child
bring their husbands. Guests are cluding the Aesculapian Prescrip- Day canister drive. News and
tion Fund, chaired by Mrs. Meyer views will be discussed. Refresh-
welcome.
Goldstein, will be presented by ments will be served.
Kinneret Chap- Mrs. Edward Rothenberg, treas-
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
ter, Pioneer Wom urer. The Book Victory Dinner will
en, will hear a be held at the Livonia Penthouse, Mizrachi Women, will meet noon
April
13 at Cong. Beth Hillel, The
May
4.
For
reservations,
call
Mrs.
book review of
Chaim Potok's Michael Wainer, EL 8-4783, or Mrs. annual donor luncheon will be held
May
12
at Bnai Moshe. The mu-
Asher
Smith,
GR
4-3855.
"The Promise"
sical program will feature Cantor
by Adele Mondry,
Hyman
Adler accompanied by
noon Wednesday
BNAI DAVID- SISTERHOOD will
at the Sholem hold its annual donor luncheon Bella Goldberg. All proceeds will
go
toward
the Mizrachi youth proj-
*
Aleichem Insti- 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the syna-
tute. Hostesses gogue. Entertainment will be by ects in Israel.
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will be Belle Hal- Hal Gordon and Sammy Woolf.
will hold a cultural meeting noon
pern and Bertha For tickets, call Bell Eizenberg,
Spectacles
April 15 at the Sholem Aleichem
MISS EVA FIRESTONE
Mrs. Mondry Bricker.
545-7538.
With a Spectacular Guarantee
Institute. Sarah Friedman will dis-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Firestone of cuss the poefry of Rachel Korn.
Rensellor Ave., Livonia, announce Brunch will be served.
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet noon
the engagement of their daughter
Pioneer Women, will meet noon April 13 at the Knob in the Woods
PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL CO.
Eva L. to Steven L. Lipton, son of
ROSENWALD LADIES AUXIL- Monday at Sholem Aleichem Insti- club house. Election of officers
543-3343
26001 Coolidge
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Lipton of IARY, American Legion, will meet tute. Esther LaMed, Clara Marks will take place, and annual reports
Canterbury Ave.
8 p.m. Wednesday at the Work- and Yetta Landy will discuss cur- will be given. Mesdames Arthur
The bride-elect holds a BS de- men's Circle Center. A slate of rent events. Refreshments will be Feldman, Isadore Muskowitz and
For Special Occasions
gree from Wayne State University, officers will be appointed.
served. Guests are invited.
Sam Schreier will be hostesses.

That Require
where she was affiliated with Delta
• Announcements
• invitations
Phi Epsilon Sorority. She is cur-
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
• Stationery
BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi,
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
rently working on her MS degree
With The
FIGHTERS will hold a general will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Women, will hold a luncheon meet-
at the University of Michigan.
Elegance of Luxury
home of Mrs. Jack Zwick, 15221 ing 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Mr. Lipton holds a BS degree board meeting noon Monday at the
Raleigh House. Pictures will be Dartmouth, Oak Park. Rev. Her- home of Mrs. Norman Leemon,
from the University of Michigan
Call 535-9179 .
taken for the annual journal. Mrs. man Roth will discuss "Pesach 18945 Fairfield. A full-length film,
and is working on his MS degree
Invitations by
Harry Cohen, chairman of door-lo- Celebrations in Isolated Commu- "The Inheritance," will be shown.
in biological sciences at Wayne
Guests
are
welcome.
For
reserva-
door, will report on preparations nities." Hostesses for the evening
ETHEL
State University.
for the upcoming drive. Volunteers are Mesdames Perry Greenstein, tions, call Mrs. Henry Solomon,
A June wedding is planned.
Myra Selesny, and Shifra Zwick: LI 6-5269, or Mrs. David Shuster,
may call Mrs. Cohen, LI 8-3712.
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
The annual donor dinner will be LI 7-1438.
SISTERS of ZION MIZRACHI held 6:30 p.m. Sunday at North
Park
Towers.
Max
Sossin
will
en-
r will hold a pre-Passover meeting
Professional' Entertainment
Wednesday at Cong. Shomrey tertain. For reservations, call Mrs.
Emunah. A luncheon will be spon- Sheila Guyer, 353-4685, or Mrs.
Ethel Parish, 535-9179.
sored by Mrs. Jennie Weisman,

ADAS SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will culminate its current drive
for Torah Fund and the Mathilde
Schecter Residence Hall with a
tea honoring contributors 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Sidney 'Schwartz, 32681 Inkster,
Franklin. Proceeds help support
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America and the residence, a
home away from home for coeds.
Mrs. Marvin Cherrin and Mrs.
Sam Kobaker are Torah tribute
chairmen. .Mrs. Barney Golden,
Torah Fund chairman, advises
that the program will be a pre-
sentation of "Bits of Yiddish Hum-
or" by Mrs. Irving Ackerman.

THE

WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM will
meet noon Monday at the home of
Mrs. Abe Bookstein, 10760 Corning,
Oak Park. Plans for the May 4
donor luncheon at the Raleigh
House will be made. Ticket chair-
men are Mrs. Joseph Shifman, 358-
1576, and Mrs. Simon Shifman, 353-
7990.

gnioy

Our

Spring-Ar-Xing

Sale .1

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50%

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and more

• Dresses
• Costumes

• All Purpose Coats

• Accessories

JEAN BLACKBURN

"Fashions for Women"

Merrillwood Mall
Corner of Merrill and
Woodward at the top of
the escalator

Open..Daily

10 to 5 P.M.

Thursday to 9 P.M.

Phone 646-4760

NEW STUDY CLUB will hold a
luncheon noon Wednesd a y at
Workmen's Circle Center. Host-
esses are Mrs. Isadore Schwartz
and Mrs. Louis Statfeld. Guests
are invited.

SHELDON ROTT
ORCHESTRA

Featuring Television Personality, Singer Vickie Carroll
DI 1-8525'
545-2737

JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
hold a dessert luncheon meeting
noon Monday at Cong. Ezras
Achim. Members are asked to
make reservations for the May 6,
50th anniversary luncheon at Cong.
Beth Abraham.

BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will hold its 17th annual honor roll
luncheon noon Thursday at the
synagogue. The theme of the lunch-
eon will be "Blooming Astrology
with Cleo."

TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD will hold its last book re-
view of the season 10 a.m. Tues-
day at the temple Sherry Wasser-
man, adult librarian at the Oak
Park Library, will review "An
Estate of Memory" by Ilona Kar-
mel.

Marriages

In a recent evening ceremony at
Hotel Pontchartrain, Linda Dale
Klein became the bride of Dr.
Martin Bernard Berman. Rabbi
Morton Kanter officiated. Parents
of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Klein of Youngstown, 0.,
and Mrs. Meyer Berman of De-
troit. The bride wore a mini-length
sheath of Alencon lace styled with
a high ruffled collar. Her silk illu-
sion bouffant veil was attached to
a Dior bow of matching lace, and
she carried a colonial bouquet of
miniature sweetheart rosebuds.
Diane Berman of Boston, sister of
the bridegroom, was maid of honor,
and Richard Klein, brother of the
bride, served as best man. Dr.
Richard Lofman and Mark Rubin
ushered. After a wedding trip to
Hawaii. Dr. and Mrs. Berman will
live in Southfield.

Comet $23

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