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March 12, 1971 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-03-12

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BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will present "Education Day,"
starting with coffee, registration
and an address by Rabbi Mordecai
Halpern 10 a.m. Wednesday at the
synagogue. Mrs. Joyce Feurring
and Mrs. Evelyn Orbach will pre-
sent s drama, "If Not Now .
After luncheon, there will be a
panel discussion by Mesdames Leo
Keeps, Jerry Efron, Edward Salem
and Dr. Sonya Friedman, psychol-
ogist. Mrs. Albert Rosenblum will
be the moderator. For reservations
and information, call Mrs. Law-
rence Gorosh, 352-6878, or Mrs. Sam
Pearlstein, 547-5548.
• • •
MUSIC STUDY CLUB OF
ROPOLITAN DETROIT President
Mrs. Joseph M. Markel announces
a meeting for 12:15 p:m. Tuesday
at the Jewish Center. The program,
"Music for Exceptional Children,"
will feature 20 students from the
Farrand Trade School under the
direction of Dr. Gertrude Gordon,
president-elect of the Council of
Exceptional Children of Detroit.
She has written articles and books
on the care and education of the
handicaped child and recently
wrote a three-act musical called
"All Seven," on the theme of
human relations. Mrs. Morris W.
Stein is chairman of the day.
• • •
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, will bold an
"East, West Night" with dinner
6:30 p.m. Monday at the Eureka
Temple. Initiatory will be held at
7:45 p.m. For reservations, call
Jean Schwartz, 534-4887; Ann Ba-
zell, 357-4222; or Fay Herwitz,
548-9248.
• • •
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, plans a social meeting
noon Wednesday at its headquar-
ters, 12701 W. 10 Mile Rd. Mrs.
Michael J. Rosenfeldt will review
"The Promise" by Chaim Potok.
Hostesses are Mesdames Isadore
Becker and Max Lublin. Guests are
welcome:

I. WHTWORRY

WEN sad HAROLD LANDIS

HOME CATERING

9

Nurses Graduate
124 activities I 39
at Shapero School

YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREEN-
DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
Thirty-nine nursing students re-
FIELD SISTERHOOD will hold a OMEGA's community dental edu-
paid-up membership petite buffet cation committee will present two ceived diplomas at the 27th semi-
8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the home of original puppet shows 7:15 p.m. annual commencement of the Sha-
Mrs. Samuel Prero, 15891 Harden, Monday at the S. S. White Dental pero School of Nursing at Sinai.
Southfield. Co-hostesses are Mes- Supply, 24601 Northwestern, South- Hospital Thursday night.
dames Charles Gellman, Martin field. The audience either will pay
In 15 years, the Shapero School,
Guyer, Ithamar Koenigsberg and a nominal fee or bring a wrapped
offers a one-year practical
Gordon Ryback. Guest speaker will child's toothbrush. For reservations which
program, has graduated
be Irving Rosen, president of the and information, call Linda Do- nursing
who have ranked
1,034
nurses,
Michigan chapter, National Society brusin, 353-3487, or Elaine Wasser-
in the Michigan Sts.te Licens-
of Interior Designers. Members will man, 626-1303. A board meeting first
ing
Examination.
model original jewelry.
will be held 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Guest speaker for the commence-
• • •
the home of Mrs. Allen Weiss, 3131 ment
was Mrs. G. Mennen (Nancy)
DETROIT LEAGUE , CARIJI Bloomfield, Birmingham. Hostesses Williams.
(Children's Asthma Research In- will be Lois Falk, Elaine Feuer,
A reception followed the cere-
stitute and Hospital, will meet noon Joyce Gottlieb, Peggy La Kind, mony.
Wednesday at the Whitehall Apart- Joan Millstone, Lois Posner, Marcia
ments clubhouse. Mrs. Harry Fried- Shapiro and Miriam Shaw.
• • •
man, program chairman, says a
cosmetician will discuss care of the
GHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
skin and give one member a com- Pioneer Women, plans an oneg
You Are Cordially
plete faciaL A petite luncheon will Shabat 1 p.m. Saturday at the
be served, and friends are wel- home of •Mrs. Morris Friedman,
come.
19931 Sussex. Louis LaMed will
Invited to Contact
• • •
speak on "Hasidism—Cult or Cul-
TEMPLE BETH JACOB SISTER- ture?"
o


HOOD will present Dr. Arthur
JEWISH HOME FOR AGED
Parkllan associate of the Univer-
sity Center for Adult Education, WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will hold
speaking on "A Sensitivity Mini- an election of officers 12:30 p.m.
Lab," 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Monday at Borman Hall. Rabbi A.
synagogue. Mrs. Kenneth Dickstein Irving Schnipper, of Cong. Beth
is sisterhood president, and Mrs. Moses, will speak on "My Impres-
Jay Robinson is the program chair- sion of the Holy Land," announces
Luella Dawson
man.
Mrs. Sol Grand, program chair-
Eunice Monson
Vice President
• • •
President
man. Refreshments will be served.



DAVID-HORODOKER WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION will meet noon
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Philip will present Dr. M. Robert Syme,
Kutnick, 25516 Lincoln Terrace, discussing "Q.B. VII" by Leon
Oak Park.
lids, at the final book review of
For All Your
• • •
the sisterhood series 11 a.m. Mon-
MICHAEL C. STARK CHAPTER, day at the synagogue. Breakfast
Travel Arrangements
Children's Leukemia Foundation of will be served at 10. There will be
Michigan, will bold a fund-raising a charge. Mrs. Bernard Linden has
"Feather Party," 8:30 p.m. March been book review chairman.,
• • •
29 at Goodfellows Hall, Ferndale.
MISHKAN ISRAEL SISTER-
All proceeds will go for research.
Refreshments will be served. Dona- HOOD will hold a games night
20095 W. 12 Mile Rd.
tion. For tickets and other informa- 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the syna-
tion, call Mrs. Morris Penner, 543- gogue social hall. The public is
(12 Mile Er. Evergreen)
2648.
welcome.
Southfield

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dames Sheldon La Bret, Burt Mah-
ler, Jerry Portnoy, David Lipshitz,
Stuart Small, Sanford Perlman
Seymour Wohlman, Robert Silver,
Milford Singer, Harold Blumer-
stein, Arnold Fuller and Gerald
Agranove.

Sisterhood's gift shop will fea-
ture its cook book, "Fruit of Her
Hands," on sale along with cloth-
ing stitched by temple members.
Stationery and special-order in-
vitations will be on display.
Mrs. Harry Miller, dealer chair -
man, has brought a number of new
dealers to the fair this year.
Mr. Elmer Raskin is sisterhood
president.

Carol Faudman Plans
to Wed Mark,Antman

Skyway, Leeds
Crescent, Monarch
Wings Seward
ALL LEATHER
HANDBAGS
and NOVELTIES
Robinson's Leather Shop, Inc.

a,

LUGGAGE REPAIR

25250 GREENFIELD, OAK PARK, MICH.

548-5590

THE NEWNESS IN
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Water repellent
denim
all dressed up
in

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Luggage—Handbags

HAI4INIAG

354-3580

Temple Israel to Show Old, New Wares
at 20th Annual Event on March 20

Temple Israel will be aglow
March 20 for the 20th annual An-
tique and Art Show, starting witih a
champagne preview at 8 p.m.
The show continues March 21-23
noon-10 p.m., and the tickets may
be purchased at the door.
More than 100 Michigan artists
will be exhibiting, and numerous
local and out-of-state merchants
will have booths with an array of
merchandise.
The purchase or sale of 10 tickets
each will entitle the seller to be a
guest of Temple Israel, with a
complimentary pass admitting two
to the champagne preview. Mrs.
Leon Belin, over-all chairman,
353-0201, holds advance tickets.
A cafe "Coffee and More" will
be open at noon daily for light
snacks.
Some of the contributing artists
will be John Glick, James Black,
Lazio Steiner, Irving Berg and
Sophie Fordon.
Mrs.. Murray Mablin, art chair-
man, and Mrs. Hyman Blinder, co-
art chairman, are assisted by Mes-

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Frida ► ,ASerch 12, 1971-21

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MISS CAROL FAUDMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Faudman
of Northfield Ave., Birmingham,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Carol to Mark Anti:nen,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ant-
man of Skokie.
An August wedding is planned.

Sylvia's Fashions

26571 W. 12 MB* Rd., SouNifield Mick

(1/2 Mock West et Northwestern Hwy.)

Mon.-Sat. 10 'til 5:30

354-3554

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