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August 20, 1971 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-20

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WOMEN OF JEWISH NA-
TIONAL FUND will hold their first
board of directors meeting noon
Tuesday at the Zionist Commu-
nity House, 10 Mile and South-
field. A petite luncheon will be
served by hostesses, Mesdames
William Levin, Frank Silverman
and Charles Friedenberg. Mem-
bership and Blue and White Box
clearance will be on the .agenda.
Percy Kaplan, executive director
of the Jewish National Fund, who
has just returned from Israel,
will bring a personal message
from the Jerusalem office.
• * * *
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will open its season 8 p.m.
Monday at the Zionist Cultural
Center, announces Mrs. Manuel
Neiman, president. Mrs. Louis
Friedman, Israel Emergency
Fund chairman, will report on
the recent garden party. Case
workers Mrs. Jack Aaron and
Mrs. Harry Maysels say all char-
ity cases have been taken care
of. Hostesses for the evening are
Mrs. Charles Alfeld and Mrs. Jack
Aaron. Husbands are invited.
* *
NORTHGATE CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet noon Mon-
day at the Northgate Apartments
recreation hall. President Mrs.
Clara Sherizen invites guests. Re-
freshments will be served.

Miller-Forgang Rites
Held in New Jersey

MRS. LAURENCE MILLER

. ._ , Carole Forgang became the
Iiiide of Laurence Alan Miller in
a recent candlelight ceremony at
the Alpine Flail in New Jersey.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme of Detroit
officiated.
The new Mrs. Miller is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry
L. Cohen of Edison, N.J. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Miller of Seneca Ave.,
.aDak Park.
The bride wore a silk satin
and organza gown with chapel
train. The Empire waist, high
- neckline and bishop sleeves were
trimmed with pearls. A -three-
tiered shoulder-length veil was
attached to a Juliet cap, also
covered with pearls. She carried
orchids on a Bible.
The bridegroom's twin sisters,
Margi and Suzi Miller of Detroit,
were the maids of honor. Mrs.
Charles Love was the matron of
honor. Wendy Kohn, Judi Alber-
ton, Terri Gallanter and Sharon
"Roils were bridesmaids. Susan
Weinberg of Detroit was the flower
'girl. .
Mark Forgang, brother of the
bride, was the best man. Ushers
were Bruce Gursky, Robert -Belt-
man, Robert Burnstein, Barry Ei-
senberg, Danny Werber, David
Wiener and Arthur Fine, all of
Detroit; Marc Greenberg of Pitts-
burgh and Hal Kohn.



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Robert Berg Marries
Carol Roberta Meral

Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Cohen of
Dundee Ave., Huntington Woods
announce the engagement of their

WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM
ORGANIZATION will hold a fund-
raising party noon Tuesday at the
Sutton Place Apartments club-
house. Friends are invited. A fund-
raising event set for Nov. 30 will
be the movie "Fiddler on the
Roof" at the Northland Theater.
* * *

daughter Judith Lynn to Lawrence
Robinson Klein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph B. Klein of Cambridge
Ave.

Portraits - Candids
Restorations - Passports
Frames - Invitations

CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will hold a luncheon noon Tuesday
at the Workmen's Circle Center.
Adele Mondry and Bessie Good-
man will be hostesses. A special
program is being prepaired to
highlight the 50th jubilee year of
the Moetzet Hapoalot. Guests are
welcome.

Marilyn Shapiro's

bel-crest Studio

23352 Farminton Rd:
Farmington, Mich.
474-7762

MRS. ROBERT BERG

TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD announces an eight-week
Sunday morning creative handi-
craft course to be conducted by
Liane Ohryn. The class, limited to
'25 persons, begins Sept. 19 at Tem-
ple Beth El Franklin Memorial
Hall. It will offer instruction in
needlepoint, crewel stitchery, bar-
gello and macrame. For informa-
tion, contact Vice President Mrs.
Harold Lawson, 357-0722.

Carol Roberta Meral became
the bride of Robert Steven Berg
in a recent ceremony at Cong.
Beth Shalom. Rabbi Moses Lehr-
man officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Meral of
Cloverlawn Ave., Oak Park. The
bridegroom's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Berg of Ridge Cliff
Dr., Southfield.
The bride wore a gown of silk
* * *
organza, with Lanter sleeves and
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will a-line skirt. Alencon lace and
hold its annual garden party noon seed pearls were featured. She
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
wore a matching mantilla, and
Arthur Chaims, 24636 Santa Bar-
carried long-stemmed roses on
bara, Southfield. There will be a her Bible.
charge for the luncheon.- For reser-
Lynda Meral served her sister
vations, call Mrs. Chaims, 356- as maid of honor. Bridesmaids
6499; or Mrs. Emil Spilman, EL were Andrea Beigler, Sandra Beig-
6-7891.
ler, Susan Krohn, Iris Grant,
* * *
Nancy Selik and Ilene Silverman.
Richard Berg was his brother's
SIGMA ALPHA MU MOTHERS
ALUMNI GROUP, at its annual best man. Gary Berg, Burt Duchin,
meeting, elected the following offi- Stephen Field, Jeffrey Meral,
cers for the coming year: Mes- Bruce Selik and Mark Tauber
dames Daniel C. Siegel, honorary were the ushers.
Following a honeymoon to Ber-
president; Max Lichter, president;
muda,
the newlyweds are residing
Harry Colton and Samuel Ham- in Royal
Oak.
burger, vice presidents; Harry
Baskin, Samuel Eisenberger, Ern-
est Golumbia, Adolph Lichter, Jo- Radomer Bond Night
seph Newman, David Tann and
Harold Tobias, secertaries; and to Fete Ben Halperns
Radomer Aid Society will hold
Peter Altman, treasurer. The or-
ganization awards scholarships to its Israeli Bond drive 8:30 p.m.,
needy University of Michigan std- Tuesday at the Workmen's Circle
dents through the Donald Tann Center. Louis Levitart will talk.
A $500 Israel Bond will be pur-
Scholarship Fund. Hostesses for the
Knollwood Country Club luncheon chased honoring group members
were Mesdames Abe Cherrin, Har- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Halpern of N.
ry Colton, Samuel Hamburger and Montmarte Ct., Southfield. An
Israel movie, refreshments and
Daniel C. Siegel.
games also will be featured.
*
*
A rummage sale will be held
DAVID - HORODOKER WO-
MEN'S ORGANIZATION will meet Thursday and Friday at the Royal
noon Tuesday at Blazo's Restaur- Oak Women's Club, 404 S. Pleas-
ant, Oak Park. Hostesses will be ant, Royal Oak. Used clothes
Ethel Hackman and Mrs. Sam should - be brought to the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Karpf, 13321
Stein.
Rosemary, Oak Park. For pickups,
call Robert Dorn, 541-1765.
ROSENWALD LADIES AUXIL
IARY, American Legion, plans a
social meeting 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
ISRAEL
day at the Workmen's Circle Cen-
Cash
C ash For Any Property In
ter. Games and refreshments are
Israel. Call Hy Kramer.
planned.
.
*
358-4192-355-1515

ZEDAKAH CLUB will open its
season with a meeting noon Aug.
30 at the Carlyle Towers Apart-
ments clubhouse.

THE CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS has opened its mem-
bership for a limited time, and
invites women to join in its fund-
raising efforts in behalf of the
City of Hope National Medical
Center. In addition to the drives,
the group sponsors informative
programs and social events. A
tea in September will welcome
prospective members. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Joel Lubin, 353-2917.

Technion Aids Hobby Clubs
The Haifa Technion provides
spare materials for use by the
technical and hobby clubs of the
Following a honeymoon to Swit- Haifa Community Center, a proj-
zerland-, the couple will reside in ect of the Mizrachi Women's Or-
ganization of America.
Ann Arbor.

8ngagements

THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
Friday, August 20, 1971-27

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645-9200

Come to
SYLVIA'S

For the latest in ladies fashions
park with ease in our large paved
lot.

Sylvia Alpert

Lois Ekelman

Shop in a pleasant way
Leisurely and Comfortably

See the newest styles arriving daily
and selling at lowest prices.

Also Bridesmaid Gowns and
Gowns for the Mothers at Big Savings

Sylvia's Fashions

26571 W. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich.
354-3554
( 1/2 Block West of Northwestern Hwy.)
Mon.-Sat. 10 'til 5:30

Royal Kosher Catering

Has a large variety of
full course dinners available for the
Holiday Season

Holiday Specials Will Be Our

• Famous Gefilte Fish
• Carrot Zimmes
• Knishes

• Kreplach
• Kishka
• etc.

Our home made Apple.Strudel
will be in large supply

Call Mrs. Mauthner or Mr. sperber for a detailed Menu

We also cater Weddings, Bar Mitzvas, Showers, etc.

in your home or hall of your choice

Call 864 8177 or 341-1200 ext. 215 or 220

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Under strict orthodox

supervision

Danny&Martin Weintraub

OWNERS OF

Invite you to visit their showroom

Watch and Jewlery Repair Service Center
Custom Made Jewelry
Specializing in 14 kt. Gold and Diamonds

Advance Bldg., Suite 354, 23077 Greenfield, Southfield

557-5544

Mon.-Fri. 9-5
Sot. 9-12:30

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