Margo Ross, Mr. Green
Married in St. Louis
Friday, September 4, 1970-23
THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
Paole Zion Schedules a Labor Day Barbecue
The annual barbecue and wiener bein, program co-chairmen; and
Roast of Poale Zion Branch Seven Seymour Matenky, treasurer.
will take place 4:30 p.m. Monday, -
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio at the home of the Sigmund Kiko-
BETH ACHIM SISTERHOOD is
planning its annual antique fair neer Women, will meet noon Tues lers, 18221 Hubbell Ave.
and art show for Nov. 1-2 at the day at the new Pioneer Women
Social co-chairmen Mrs. Thomas
synagogue. Snacks and meals will headquarters, 12701 W. 10 Mile, Tannis and Mrs. Seymour Mat-
be served both days in the "Petit Oak Park. Plans will be formuated enky invite guests. Entertainment
Cafe," according to Mrs. Abe for the new year, and petite lunch- is planned by Mrs. Louis Slabo-
Meral, vice president of ways and eon will be served.
sky. For reservations, call Mrs.
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means. Mrs. Kenneth Belen, chair-
Matenky, 535-0568 or Mrs. Henry
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi Faigin, president, 342-6318.
man, and Mrs. Leo Gaspas, co-
chairman, said many antique deal- Women will hold a meeting to
This will be the opening session
ers will be on hand. All proceeds welcome new members noon, under the direction of Branch
will go toward refurbishing the Wednesday at Cong. Shomrey Seven's new officers. Besides Mrs.
Emunah. A petite luncheon, spon- Faigin, they are: Mrs. Matenky
kitchen in the new synagogue.
at Nine Mile
sored by Mrs. Mendel Stark, will and Sigmund Kikoler, secretaries;
AESCULAPIAN PHARMACEU- be served by Mrs. Gussie Cardash Thomas Tannis and Aaron Gorr,-
TICAL ASSOCIATION LADIES and her committee. Guests are
AUXILIARY will meet 12:30 p.m. welcome.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
Max Millman, 22590 Glastonbury.
MRS. RANDALL GREEN.
Southfield. Plans are being made AL CHAPTER, Women's Ameri-
Margo Leslie Ross, daughter of for the annual charity dinner- can ORT, will hold a membership
• Custom Draperies
• Wall Covering
tea, 8 p.m. Sept. 21 at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Ross of dance Nov. 11.
Mrs. Daniel Allen, 21250 Independ-
Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills,
• Quality Paint
ence. Southfield. Guest speaker
became the bride of Randall
Labor Day Deadline
will be Mrs. Bernard Colton, re-
Elliot Green recently at the Chase
Because Labor Day will occur
gional president. A film highlight-
Park Plaza Hotel, St. Louis. Rabbi
WALL COVERING SPECIAL
on Monday, Sept. 7, The Jewish ' ing ORT contributions to education
J. Nudel officiated.
News will have an early pub-
and training of young people will
The bridegroom is the son cf
licity deadline for the issue of
be shown. Everyone is invited. For
Mr. and Mrs. George Green of Bal
Sept. 11. All copy must be sub- I information, call Mrs. Arthur Briet-
Harbour Island, Fla.
man, 547-3868, evenings.
He and the bride, who was
day, Sept. 4.
gowned in imported lace, were
CITY OF • HOPE CANCER
attended by Col. and Mrs. Henry
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women, FIGHTERS has formed bowling
Crown of Chicago. The couple will
will meet noon Tuesday at the teams for the season. Anyone in-
reside in St. Louis.
26828 Southfield Road
Workmen's Circle Center. A full terested in substitute bowling on
Near 11 Mile Rd. in Lathrup Village
program of Moetzet Hapoalot ac- Thursdays at 12:45 p.m. at North
tivities will be presented. Gertrude Lanes, may call Mrs. Tom Nieder-
Lewin, bulletin chairman, will dis- man, 352-2191. The Cancer Fight-
tribute kits, and Adele Mondry ers will hold its annual "get-
will give a talk on Theodore Herzl. acquainted" social 8:30 p.m. Sept.
Guests are invited. Refreshments 14 at the home of Mrs. Irvin Kanat,
will be served.
24595 Lee Baker, Southfield. For
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information on City of Hope and
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of its members, call Mrs. Louis Stoll-
the Eastern Star, will hold its er, 358-1554, or Mrs. Earl Shipper,
birthday dinner 6:30 p.m. Sept. 21 356-1585.
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at Eureka Temple. A business
NORTHGATE CHAPTER, Pio-
meeting will precede at 3:30 p.m.
For reservations, call Jean neer Women, will have a business
Schwartz, 534-4887, Ann Efronson, and social meeting noon Sept. 14 at
835-0512, or Elfreda Grenwald, the Northgate Recreation Hall, Oak
Park. Guests are welcome. Re-
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freshments will be served.
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
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OAK PARK GROUP, Hadassah,
OF FINE DIAMONDS
DAVID HORODOKER WOM-
is holding its opening meeting noon
Tuesday at the Huntington Woods
noon Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Library. A fashion show will be
featured, and luncheon will be
Oak Park. The organization held a
25211 TELEGRAPH RD.
picnic at Ypsilanti State Hospital
Across From The Raleigh House
Wednesday with the cooperation
of Rabbi Solomon Gruskin. Serving
on the picnic committee were hies-
dames Bernard Chase, Joseph M.
Thurs. & Fri. 'til 9
Davidson, Jack rriedman and
Saturday 'til 7:30
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CLUB TWO. Pioneer Women,
MADE TO ORDER REMADE and REPROCESSED
President Jeanette Serling an-
nounced a meeting to be held noon
Wednesday at the Carlyle Towers,
23300 Providence, Southfield. Lil-
lian Vernon will share her impres-
sions of Israel. Guest speaker will
15144 W.7 Mile Rd. 3 Blocks E. of Greenfield 342-9448
be Pioneer Women Council Presi-
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dent Mrs. Sam Fishman. Brunch '
Open 9 to 5:30, Sat. by Appointment
will be served. Guests are invited.
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