30—Friday, March 26, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Beverly Gersh to lred Socialites' Dance
Mr. KT ratze in August Marks 14th Year
Barbara Ellis to Become Mary Dee Owner Opens For Custom Drapery
Wife of Barry Grant 2nd Salon, Curley Locks
A second beauty salon has been
opened by June Hoick, owner of
Mary Dee, 13725 W. Nine Mile,
Her new fashion center, Curley
Locks, specializing in European
hair styling and tailored coiffeurs,
is located one block north of Mary
Dee, at Nine Mile Rd. and Coolidge.
Manager is Doris Bernstein, for-
mer owner of a shop in California.
She has 20 years' experience as a
Curley Locks will offer the same
services as Mary Dee, including
comb-outs and facials on the prem-
ises of the event.
The Detroit Socialities will cele-
brate their 14th year at an anni-
versary dance 9 p.m. Saturday at
the Berkley Masonic Temple.
Johnny C. and his orchestra will
provide the music for dancing, an-
nounces Meyer Green, program
chairman, and refreshments will
be served. The community is in-
This organization was formed
for single men and women inter-
ested in social, cultural and philan-
A recent auction, at which mer-
chandise was donated by members
and friends of the organization,
yielded $215 for the Israel Emer-
MISS BEVERLY GERSH
Mr. and Mrs. Max Gersh of
Appleton Dr. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Beverly to
Charles David Kratze, son of Mrs.
Harold Kratze of W. Nine Mile
Rd., Southfield, and the late Mr.
An August wedding is planned.
Sets Oneg Shabat
William Feinberg, president of
the Sholem Aleichem Institute, an-
nounces that the institute will dis-
cuss the Commentary series on
"Revolutionism and the Jews" at
its April 2 oneg Shabat 8:30 p.m
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Sallen, 28870 Still Valley, Farming-
Alan D. Kandel and Margaret
Weiner will review the series from
Commentary and its implications.
Kandel is director of social plan-
ning of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion and board member of the Na-
tional Association of Social Work-
Mrs. Weiner is casework super-
visor of Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service and also field work
instructor at Wayne State Univer-
For reservations, call the insti-
tute office, 354-1920.
Trends in Kibutz Topic
at Branch 7 Gathering
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Yitzhak Margalit of the Jewish
Center's Hebrew department will
discuss "Changing Trends in Ki-
butz Life" at a meeting of branch
7, Labor Zionist Organization, 8
p.m. Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Parselnick,
15625 Shelley, Southfield.
Mrs. 'Henry Faigin, president,
invites guests. For information,
call -Mrs. Faigin, 342-6318.
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MISS BARBARA ELLIS
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ellis of Ware-
ham Dr., Huntington Woods, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Barbara Lynn to Barry
M. Grant, son of Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. Grant was graduated from
WSU, where he was chancellor of
the Delta Tau chapter of Tau Ep-
silon Phi Fraternity.
An August wedding is planned.
• GRUNT'S MARKET
Once Again Available
to Israel Mapped
The fourth metropolitan Detroit
pilgrimage and study mission to
Israel has been announced by
David P. Zack, president of the
Jewish National Fund.
The 17-day excursion is sched-
uled to depart Detroit Aug. 2.
Transportation to Israel is via El
Al Israel Airlines. The return
flight will be direct to Detroit via
Israel's land developer, the Jew-
ish National Fund, will personally
supervise the tour and will show
its handiwork, including frontier
settlements, agricultural develop-
ments, forests and various out-of-
The agenda includes holy places,
bazaars and other points of in-
terest. A highlight will be a visit
Fees include transportation, de-
luxe accommodations, most meals,
extensive sightseeing and specially
arranged meetings with Israeli dig-
The pilgrimage is limited to 40
persons. For reservations, contact
the Jewish National Fund office,
X100 Greenfield, 399-0820.
A conference of educators and
youth advisers previously sched-
uled for March 5 will be held 9:45
a.m. April 2 at the offices of the
Jewish National Fund, Oak Park.
The conference was postponed
because bad weather and canceled
flights, prevented the main par-
ticipants from coming to Detroit
from the East.
Harry L. Woll of New York,
chairman of the youth and educa-
tion commission of Keren Kaye-
meth Lelsrael, will give a major
address on youth and education
at the conference.
There will be a display of edu-
cational material, which will in-
clude audio-visual materials and
Heading the conference is Dr.
Israel Wierner, chairman of the
JNF youth and education commit-
tee. His co-chairman is Sidney
For information, call the JNF
Singles to Go Partying
Parents Without Partners of the
Jewish Center will hold an April
Fool's Day party at the home of
Phil Fabian, 24640 Sussex, Oak
Park, 9 p.m. April 3. The party is
open to any interested single
adults. Casual dress.
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