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November 13, 1970 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-13

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30—Friday, November 13, 1970


JNF Women Map Fund Raising;
Children to Entertain at Kickoff

Hebrew Ladies Aid
to Sing With Harry

Harry Harris and His Sing-
Alongs will be featured at the 60th
donor luncheon of Hebrew Ladies
Aid Society 12:30 p.m. Monday at
Bnai David Synagogue.
Proceeds help needy families of
the community. For reservations,
call chairman Mrs. Bertha Gross-
man, LI 4-4084, or ticket chairman,
Mrs. Elfreda Greenwald, KE

Bonnie Gordon to Med


Fifty-five children of Hillel Day
School will entertain at the formal
kickoff of the 1970-71 fund-raising
campaign of the Women of Jewish
National Fund, noon Tuesday at
Cong. Bnai Moshe.
The children, under the direction
of Mrs. Herbert Eskin, will present
"We Carry the Torch for You," a
.nusical playlet and cantata they
helped compose as a tribute to
their brothers and sisters in Israel.
Mrs. Albert Posen, president of
the organization, said the fund-
raising campaign will focus on the
Women's Forest and Park in Is-
Total cost of the project, located
near the village of Kiryat Shmona
on the Lebanese border, is $75,000.
The site was selected because
of its close prominfty to the spot
where 14 people, including nine
school children, were killed by
Arab terrorists who attacked

the JNF's 70-year history.
Program chairman for the fund-
raising kickoff is Mrs. Ira G. Kauf-
man. Dessert luncheon will be
served. Members are asked to
bring their Blue-White boxes for
For information on the Women's
,Forest and Park project and the
fund-raising event, call the JNF
office, 399-0820.

Washington Blvd. & Park (Downtown) Detroit, Mich.

This collection includes very rare and valuable rugs such as
Crown Karmans, Royal Sarouks, Imperial, Silk Kashaus, part-
silk Quoms, Princess Bokhara, etc., etc., plus a collection of
collectors' items and some very rare and unique pieces of
Persian and Oriental rugs.

FREE EXHIBITION Sunday, Nov. 15 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
FARRIS BROS., AUCTIONEERS, *stabil:had In Detroit 1504, Tel. 9374070



Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gordon of

a little!

8ng agements

of Joel Shayne Brown


Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Beneson
of Westbrook Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Wendy Michele to Edward Alan
Goldman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman Goldman of Glasgow
Ave., Southfield.
A spring wedding is planned.

Elazar Will Speak
at Farband Melave

Albert Elazar, superintendent of

the United Hebrew Schools, will be

guest speaker at the first melave
malka of all Detroit Farband
branches 8:30 p.m. Nov. 21 in


On Sunday, Nov. 15 at 3 p.m.

Chicago, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Bonnie Rae
to Warren A. Perlstein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Perlstein of
Wildwood Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Gordon was graduated from
Northeastern Illinois State College
with a degree in elementary edu-
cation. Her fiance attended the
Illinois Institute of Technology and
graduated with a fine arts degree
from Wayne State University.

Rosalie Beber Is Bride

sleeves and Empire waist. Bands
el peau d'ange lace trimmed with
clusters of tiny seed pearls ac-
cented the bodice, sleeves and
hemline. The chapel train also
was edged with the lace. The
shoulder-length veil featured a
crown of tiny seed pearls. She
carried roses.
Mrs. James Grekin served her
sister as matron of honor. Brides-
maids were the bridegroom's sis-
ters, Mrs. Steven Burke of Ypsi-
lanti and Mrs. Alvin Fishman.
Best man was Dr. Robert Stolo-
row of Brooklyn. Dr. James Gre-
kin, Alvin Fishman and Richard
Komer served as ushers.
Following a honeymoon in Toron-


of all new


Beneson-Goldman Rites
Scheduled for Spring

dedication of the_ Women's Forest
and Park. Many inhabitants of Kir-
yat Shmona were present.
Within the Women's Forest and
Park there will be gardens of 100

They are the children of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Beber of Greenway
Rd., Southfield, and Mr. and Mrs.
William Wolfe Brown of Southfield
Rd., Southfield.
The bride wore a satin gown
with mandarin collar, bishop


ing chairman. She added that such
gardens have been the traditional
method of fundraising throughout

Last May, a JNF study group
touring Israel made a symbolic

Rosalie Doreen Beber and Joel
Shayne Brown were recently mar-
ried at the Sheraton Cadillac Ho-
tel. Rabbi Wine officiated.


Presents A Public

trees, each to be named for one
of those who died, said Mrs. Wil-
liam Levin, the group's fund-rais-

their school bus early this year.
The project will serve as a
memorial to those slain, some of
whom resided in Kiryat Shmona.


Iran-en A. Perlstein


Workmen's Circle Center.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levitsky of
Plumbrooke Dr., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Gayle Susan to Stuart
Alan Morrison, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Justin Morrison of East Lan-
sing. Miss Levitsky is majoring in
interior design at Wayne State
University. Her fiance is a grad-
uate of Miami University, where
he was affiliated with Zeta Beta
Tau Fraternity. A February wed-
ding is planned.

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Glamorama Event
to Focus on Fashion

14 FEL

The annual Glamorama Lunch-
eon of City of Hope Cancer Fight-
ers will feature a showing of the
latest fashions noon Dec. 8 at the
Raleigh House.
Mrs. Murray Weintraub, chair-
man, said tickets are available
by calling Mrs. Isadore Epstein,

Elazar will speak on "Analysis of
the Present Conditions Between Is-
ticket chairman, 353-9663, For
rael and the Arab World."
There will be singing and reading prize tickets, call Mrs. Louis Schul-
from Jewish literature. Refresh- man, 358-3447.
ments will be served and there will
be a charge. The public is invited. Poalei Zion Branches

Parents to Discuss Care
for Mentally Retarded

The Parents' Association Jewish
Residential Care for the Retarded
will have a general meeting 8 p.m.
Thursday at the Jewish Center.
The director of the Michigan
Association for Retarded Children,
Harvey Zuckerberg, will speak on
"Recent Developments in Residen-
tial Care."

to Host David Breslau

Mrs. Adele Mondry, chairman of
Branch Two, Poalei Zion, and
Leah Shrodeck, chairman of
Branch Four, announce there will
be a combined meeting 8 p.m.
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Raimi, 3361 Sher-
bourne. David Breslau, special en-
voy of the world Labor Zionist
movement, will be guest speaker.
Guests are invited.

Windsor Bazaar to Feature Buba's Goodies

Buba's Pantry will be among
the mooths at the annual bazaar
scheduled by Shaar Hashomaylm

Chairman Mrs. Susann Bernstein
said there will be toys and games,
records, books, a super mart,
hoine-made treats in Buba's Pan-
try, a fish pond, Israeli gifts,
"green thumb" and treasure
booths. Snacks, as well as a tea
and lunch room, will be available.
Tickets will entitle their holders
to bargains and prizes. Everyone

Sisterhood of Windsor for Nov. Z2
at the Windsor Jewish Center.
The biggest event on the sister-
hood's calendar, the bazaar will
include an auction sale at 2 p.m.
to, Rome and Florence, the couple Hours for the.bazaar are 11 a.m.-
6 p.m.
will reside in Huntington Woods.
is welcome. .


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