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May 08, 1970 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 1
24—Friday, May 8, 1970

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GU/OV,

Plan to 11 -Cli in August

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AXELROD-FISHER: In a recent
ceremony in the study of Rabbi
M. Robert Syme, Nita Rene Fisher
became the bride of Jeffrey Bar-
nett Axelrod. Parents of the cou-
ple are Mr. and Mrs. Louis E.
Fisher of Sherwood Dr.. Hunting-
ton Woods and Dr. and Mrs. Arnold
Axelrod of Majestic Ave., Oak
Park. The couple will reside in
Vermont, where they will attend
Marlboro College.
" -
MANN-KINGSTON: Esther Ray
Kin_iston became the bride of
James Mann in a recent ceremony
in New Hampshire. Parents o'• the
MISS GLORIA GUTOV
couple are Mrs. Mollie Kingston
of Northlawn Ave. and the late
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gut°• of
Fk.hig! Kinston cnd Mr. and Mrs.
leemor Dr.. Southfield. an
F. "--n of To •as.
flounce the engagement of their
daughter Gloria Jean to Norman
Nickin g son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Nickin of Coventry Woods Ln.,
Southfield.
Miss Gutov is a senior in Wayne •
State University's college of edu-
cation.
An August wedding is planked.

H ad assahMembers Act
in Anti-Poverty Programs

easy as
c AlfefDais

As Joe E. Ross found out, you
just spread out dough, spread
on sauce, sprinkle on cheese,
pop in oven for 20 minutes
and...00...00...you've made
a pizza that's just as good as
you've ever eaten. Real
Italian ta'am!

Refreshments will be served.

J. J. CLARKE STUDIO

Port'

bers that they wanted to join the
growing army of volunteers in anti-
poverty programs in the United
States and that they wanted to do
so in .Hadassah programs. Hadas-
sah leaders thereupon undertook
a comprehensive study to deter-
mine where Hadassah members

could make their most useful con-
tribution. The areas chosen were

the National School Lunch Prog-
ram of the Department of Agri-
culture and tutoring school chil-

dren in poverty areas, as well as
related areas of help to the poor.

Single Adults Club to See
Performance of 'Hadrian'

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place.

MISS MICHELE SCLAWY

con-
Mrs. Frederick Shovin
Mr. and Sirs. Irving Sclawy of
tinue as president. Vice president-
are Mesdames Ilarold Kaufman. Alta Vista Dr., Southfield announce
Robert Welling, lohn Redfield. the engagement of their daughter
Jerome Sonenklar, .loseph Klein. Michel e Rae to Jame:, Kenneth
and Gerald Steinberg: treasurers. Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Mrs. Sol Rosenblum and Mrs . Harris of Rbbsun Ave.
Harold Ziv: and secretaries, Mes-
Tim bride•elect attended Wayne
dames Joel Tauber. Melvin Rosen- State University. Mr. Harris is an
haus, Ben Sabin, Arthur Stone. and April graduate of Eastern Michi-
Ben Weintraub.
gan University. •
Mrs. Arthur Eckhaus and Mrs.
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luncheon, to take
Place 12:30 p.m.
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"She haunted Marie Newman's
for years," said Mrs. Moray, "and

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1

Criterion Club for single adults
When Moray was seeking a man-
will hold the closing theater party ager, he asked his wife to run it
of the season for its membership for a few weeks. Now it's opening
Sunday evening at the Fisher to and she has a management con-
see "Hadrian VII" starring Hume tract with him to operate the store.
Cronyn.
The contract limits the hours
For information, call Betty she will work at the shop, a clause
I Weinberg, chairman of programs, she insisted on, "Because I'm a
132-8855.
wife first. mother second (she has
three children), and then a busi-
nesswoman."
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To the traditional items that
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bride's list ("First come dishes
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and glassware, both formal and
informal," says Muriel Moray. She

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A little more than 20 years ago.
Muriel Stern walked into the Marie
• Newman bridal registry — then in
Detroit's Belcrest Hotel — a n d
4r4e.aglikset d e r eodu t a bar i dpee-ot n o -;!ep alst- h t eor nhaidn
for
everyday china.
action program was developed in
Today, she still has that same
response to repeated suggestions
the andMarie
to leaders of Hadassah's 1,350 Newman
e°n
ShIr
bridal registry
t
chapters and groups from mem-
' shop. And peony, made in Eng

program to combat hunger and
poverty in America. according to
a report on the first anniversary
of the program by Mrs. Max
Schenk, national president.
The first Hadassah community

to Hold Closing Meeting

The final meeting of the Beth
Hayeled (nursery school and kin-
dergarten) parents of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek will be held 8:30
p.m. May 20 in the youth lounge of
the synagogue.
Mrs. Isabelle Tulk, music teach-
er, will demonstrate and speak
about various musical experiences
for young children. The meeting is
open to the public at no charge.

. Bob Talbert, Free Press syndi-
cated columnist. will address a
meeting of the greater Detroit
section of the National Council of
Jewish Women noon Thursday at
the Town and Country Club. His
subject will be "The Care and
Feeding of the Communication
Gap."
Talbert, 34, was born in Spartan-
burg, South Carolina. attended
Davidson College, and is a IKS
graduate of the University of South
Carolina itith a bachelor of arts
degree in journalism. Before coin-
ing to the Free Press in August
1908. he was a reporter and col-
umnist for the State NC \ ,paper
of Columbia, S.C.
The annual installation of offi-
cers and board members will take

Bride's Dream Realized
-20 Years Later-When
Muriel Stern Gets Shop

NEW YORK (JTA)—Thousands
of members of Hadassah are ac-
tive in scores of communities as
participants in the Women's Zion-
ist Organizations' first national

Beth Hayeled Parents

jaws Harris to Take
Bridc, Michele Srlaqcy

to Speak
NCJW Meeting

NiCkin Writer

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