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August 14, 1970 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-08-14

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Southfield Library Group
Slates Review Series

Friends of the Southfield Library
will sponsor a Wednesday evening
book review series beginning Sept.
23. announced Mrs. Bernard Adi-
noff, program chairman.
The four reviews will be held at
8 p.m. in the Southfield Center
Auditorium at a nominal admis
sion charge to the general public
and free to the friends of the li-
brary.
Mrs. Goldic Adler will open the
series Sept. 23, followed by Mrs.
Eileen Berris, Nov. 18; Mrs. Helen
Moss, Jan. 20; and Bruce Schmidt,
Southfield city librarian, March 11.

is

MR. AND MRS. SIEGEL

I Day Service
Glasses Repaired

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Siegel of
Briar Dr., Oak Park. were honor-
ed at a brunch at Tam O'Shanter
Country Club on the occasion of
their 50th wedding anniversary.
Hosts were their children, Mr.
and Mrs. Burton Siegel and Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Graff.

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women's
Clu4s

Shimon Peres to Speak
on M.E. Before Hadassah

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Single Adults to Visit

WASHINGTON — Shimon Peres,
minister without portfolio and for- Greenfield Village, Park
mer deputy defense minister of
The single adults of the Jewish
Israel, will address the opening Center will sponsor a second trip
plenary session of Hadassah's -an- to Greenfield Village Sunday, after
nual national convention 8:30 p.m. meeting at the main building at
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
Sunday in the Washington Hilton noon.
YEHUDAH. and WOMEN'S SAB-
The single adults also plan a day
BATH LEAGUE will meet noon Hotel.
of sun and swim at Pontiac Lake
He will join the Sen. Hugh Scott
Tuesday at Cong. Shomrey Emun-
State Park Aug. 23.
of
Pennsylvania
and
Mrs.
Max
ah. Luncheon will be sponsored by
The group will meet at the 10
Ida Friedlander. Newly elected Schenk on the program that night. Mile branch at 11 a.m.
officers are: honorary president, Sen. Scott. who is Senate minority
Mrs. Norman Cotner; president, leader, will discuss "U.S. Mid East
Mrs. Leo Laufer; vice presidents, Policy."
Fine Tailoring, Like Fine
Mesdames Harold Kaplan, Walter
More than 2,500 delegates, repre-
Music, Requires A Master
Epstein and Mendel Stark; secre- senting 318,000 members through-
taries. Mrs. Arthur Cutler and out the United States and Puerto
Mrs. Solomon Oppen: and . treas- Rico; will attend the convention
urer, Mrs. Julius Spielberg. Mrs through Wednesday.
Fine Custom Tailoring
Gussie Cardash and Mrs. Becky
Gendelman are social chairmen;
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Mrs. Fanne Winerman, contest
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hold an indoor garden party noon
Aug. 17 at Cong. Ezras Achim.
The affair is being sponsored by
Mrs. Leo Laufer. Mrs. Mollie
Baseman and Mrs. Gussie Cardash
will serve as co-chairmen. Mem-
bers are asked to bring friends.

NEW STYLES

MORIS HUPPERT

CHIC
PEOPLE
WEAR

CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS, planning a year of
fund-raising projects, luncheons
and meetings, invites prospective
members to call Mrs. Earl Ship-
per, EL 6 - 1585.

UNITED ORDER OF TRUE.
SISTERS is sponsoring a malt
jongg tournament Aug. 31 at the
King's Arms Restaurant. The
tournament is open to the public,
and participants are requested to ,
bring their own sets. Prizes will
be awarded, and dessert will be
served. For reservations, call Mrs.
Ben Lindenbaum, 356-4569.

NORTHGATE CHAPTER. Pio-
neer Women, will hold a meeting
noon Monday in the Northgate
Recreation Hall. Co-hostesses will
be Bessie Gurevitch and Bella
Altman. Mary •Kabeck, president,
invites members to bring guests.
Refreshments will be served.

NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Marvin Seligson, 18115 Wisconsin
Mrs. Tzippora Baiter is chairman.

NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will have its annual gar-
den party hosted by Mrs. Harry
Kaplan 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Mrs. Kaplan's home, 15230 Pear-
son, Oak Park. Proceeds will be
donated to an Israeli home for
children in memory of Mrs. Kap-
lan's children, who lost their lives
in a Nazi concentration camp.

SALE

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 14, 1970-19

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Mr. and Mrs. David B. Smith of
Pebblecreek Rd., Birmingham, an-
nounce t h e en-
gagement of their
daughter Susan
Louise to Steven
Cottler Gross. son
of Mr. and Mrs.
William B. Gross
of Havertown Pa.
The Jewish News
regrets the erro-
neous omission of
the William Gros-
ses' names from
the announcement
I in last week's
Miss Smith
paper.

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan J. Wrubcl
of Westhampton Ave., Oak Park,
honored the engagement of their
son David F. to Andrea Waters.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Waters of Brooklyn, Aug. 2. at a
luncheon in Northland Inn. A fall
wedding is planned.

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