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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 22, 1971-31

Center_to, Hear-Fiddler on Sunday

ornert s

AS a: pielialCIO next .
opening of- "Fiddler on the Roof"
-at , the Jewish Center, there will
be on display this Sunday in the
Center lobby a replica of Tevya's
house, inspired by the writings of

TOWERS

GROUP,' Hadissah
OAKFIELD CHAPTER, Wom-
will meet for luncheon noon Tues- en's American ORT, is having a
day at the Zionist Cultural Cen- pumpkin sale 9a.m.-4 p.m. Sun-
ter in celebration of Hadassah's day outside the Dexter-Davison
80th anniversary. Mesdames Al- Market, Oak Park.
be Shulman and Meyer Teitel-
•* * *
bauin _will review current events.
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Soprano MM. Bernard Pepper with Pioneer Women, will meet noon
accompanist Betty Pollen will be Monday at the Charter House
featured in "Songs of Our Peo- Apartments clubhouse.
Fannie
ple." Program vice president is Fisher will discuss the book "Fu-
Mrs. Joseph Markel; social chair- ture Shock." Refreshments will be

Sholem Aleichem.
Michael Goodman, producer of
"Fiddler" for Center Theater, said
that violinist Herman Fritz will
play tunes from the musical noon
to 2 p.m. Sunday, in connection
with the display. The replica will

fe -iiiniietlireitgli- Oefi -27-.! • '
Tickets for "Fiddler" Will be
on sale in the lobby. Dates for the
production are Nov. 27, 28 and
30; Dec. 1, 2, 4 and 5.

! WHY WORRY ! !

Leave Everything to Us

— - -
man, Mrs. Herman Kass; and com- served, and guests are welcome.
mittee; Mesdames Lawrence Blau,
• * •
,flan Scirweiger, Allan Sloan and
SILVERBROOKE CHAP TER,
Abe Wise. Hadassah gift shop Women's American ORT, will hold
chairman Mrs. Edward Schultz a pumpkin sale 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat-
will have boutique items available, urday and Sunday in. a lot on Ma-
as are tickets for "Fiddler on the ple Rd., two blocks east of Orchard
nuts. 1.uortssu-s:
Auk
Roof." Filled . Eye Banks and JNF Lake Rd., in 'West Bloomfield
Lennie Glendi ".1.4bby. became blue-white" boxes will be accepted. Township. Proceeds will go toward -
FROM THE 1'
the ORT school building - fund. -
the bride" of Leonard- .Salut in ::a
* 41,_ •
IMPORTER
TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
recent : candlelight ceremony at
CO-OPERATIVE CO UN C L,
Cong. ;Sliatarey:Zeilek. Rabb _ i -Irwin -HOOD will present "Braille Day,"
WYN
HAROLD LANDIS
Tuesday program series, League of Jewish Women's Organ-
-Groner-and-Cantor Jacob. Barkin first hilts Tuesday
in the synagogue izations,, -Chairman Mrs. ;Jules'
officiated.
.
Social hall. Coffee will be served Sanders • invite presidents and
The =bride is -the daughter of at' 10:30; :with luncheon at noon. case workers of the 12 constituent
Phone 557-6157
-
Mrs.
Pearl Hartman and Mrs. organizations to -a breakfast meet-
Mr. and. Mrs: Arthur Libby of Wil-
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
loughby Rd:, Farmington., Mr. Natalie Lankin will demonstrate ing 10 a.M.:•14oir. 4 at the _home
OF
FINE
DIAMONDS
0, STYLE
Sahn is the son of Mrs: Nathan binding. and transcribing. Those - of Mrs. Qscar Bank of the Home
aossr sootooma,
• ELEGANCE
sone too.-
Sahli' of• Vernon Ave., Oak Park; who hit% worked in the Braille Relief Society,- 1116 St. Aubin.
*BEAUTY
Rooin will . be honored. All area Plans for the Hanuka party for the
.
and the .late-IdIr.
-
• Satin.
temple 'sisterhoods are invited. patients of Lapeer State Hospital,
WYN-HAROLD CATERING
The bride =wore a silk organza For information, contact Mrs. Al- Northville,- -Ypsilanti, Wayne
gown featuring duchess neck- fred - Weiner, 545-1222.
County General and Plymouth
line, long Alencon lace sleeves
Training State Hospital will be
• •
and pearl-embroidered Alencon
discussed.
• • •
bodice. Her silk illusion 'veil was - P R IMR OS BENEVOLENT
secured by a lace , petaled cap. CLUB will meet 8 p.m. Monday
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
She carried lilies and sweet- at the Zionist Cultural Center. will hear a report on the national
heart-roses on her consecration Refreshments will be served. Hos :. convention by Mrs. Gerald Gold-
bands are :welcome. Mrs. Belle berg noon Tuesday at the Work-
Cohen, donor chairman, will report
Helena Levine served her sister on the donor luncheon, major fund- men's Circle Center. Brunch will
as the matron of honor. Brides- raising affair which aids the needy be served. Friends are invited by
Also the Photo-Keychain
President Jeanette Serling.
maids were Marilyn Lapides and locally and in Iirael.
& PhotO-Mirror
Pamela "Lazar.' Barbara Levine
• • •
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD's
and Teri Sahn, the bridegroom's
Cali 398566
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541-2004
2
NORTHWEST DETROIT CHAP- opening meeting will be held 8:30
sister, were Junior bridesmaids.
To Make Your Party a Success
TER, CARIB, meet 8 p.m. p.m. Monday at the synagogue.
- Kenneth Sahn was, his brother's Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Entertainment will be arrange-
Ushirs Were Charlei Sam Russ,'-13359 Kingston, Hunt- ments by Marc Williams. Mrs.
beet
Canvasser, Fred - Levine and Paul ington' Woods. El . Al Israel Air- Marcel Behar is program chair-
lines show slides of Israel, man. Guests are welcome.
• • •
Also in the wedding party were give prizes and answer questions
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD
the bride's grandmother, Mrs. on traveL Members are invited to
Anna Apple; and the bridegroom's bring their husbands and friends. will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday in
grandmother, Mrs. Pearl Gold- Refreshments will - be served. For the synagogue social hall. Roy
SINGLES CLUB — 21 AND UP
information, call Mrs. Albert Dunn, Courtade from The Detroit News'
berg.
PRESENTS A TRIP TO
'Following a honeymoon in Tor- LI 8-7864; or Faye Olshansky, 557- "Contact 10" department will
DEC. 16-19, 1971
speak. A social hour will follow.
CAESAR's PALACE
onto, the-couple is residing in Ann 8137.
* * *
• . •
Arbor, where the bridegroom at-
en-an
$195
LAS
VEGAS
TAXES/I1PS INCLUDED
GLENWOOD CHAPTER, Wom-
tends school.
BETH ACHIM SISTERHOOD
INCLUDES: COCKTAIL BUFFET, DINNER SHOW
will hold its paid-up membership en's American ORT, will hold its
membership dinner Nov.
DC-8 JET TRANS. RD. TRIP, GROUND TRANS., BRUNCHES, ETC
noon Nov. 9 at the syna- paid-up
10 in the Tel-12 Mall conference
Symington to Get luncheon
CALL NOW TO INSURE SPACE 474-0096
gogue. The group will be enter- room.
A
celebrity
potpourri
art
tained by Joyce Horowitz with Is-
auction
is
planned
Dec.
11
at
Cong.
Mizrachi Award
rael songs. Mrs. Isadore Levin,
Nium......mimmairmou.... ■ Imm.. 1
vice president of membership, will Bnai Moshe. For tickets, call chair-
Mrs. Marvin Weinstein, 541-
be hostess of the day. Dues may men
I
5458; or 3f.rs. Michael Udman, 535-
be paid at the door. The sisterhood, 2915.
The
public
is
invited.
The
with the men's club, will __sponsor
will hold its annual rum-
a benefit performance of "Fiddler group sale
9 a.m.-4 p.m. TuesdaY
on the Roof" 8 p.m. Nov. 16 at mage
the American Legion Hall, on
Northland Theater. Proceeds will at
Livernois
near Nine Mile.
a
go toward the building of Beth
* • •
Achim's new building. Sisterhood
I
I
INFANTS SERVICE GROUP
and men's club presidents are
Mrs. Bernard Whiteman and Jack will meet 8 p.m. Monday at White- 1
I
Mittleman. For tickets, contact hall Apartments' clubhouse. The
ticket chairmen, the Jerry -Silber- group's projects, to benefit needy
for
modern
thinking
people
il
l
mans, at the synagogue 9:30 a.m.- infants and children, include the II
noon, or call the synagogue, 352- Penrickton Nursery and Detroit I
noon,
B
Association for Retarded Children.
E670.
• • •
• • •
1
OAKLAND HILLS CHAPTER, I
CITY OF HOPE CANCER Women's American ORT, will hold I
FIGHTERS
will
meet
8
-p.m.
Mon-
a
its seventh annual antique show
sea. -8taart Symington-of Wis-
II
. sand has. been named 1971 reci- day at the Raleigh House. Mrs. Nov. 2-3 at the Knights of Colum- I
(Lincoln between Greenfield & Southfield)
I
-Pleat- of the annual AmerIca-Is- Louis Damraur, program - vice bus Hall, Southfield. Chairman
rael Friendship Award of the president, plans a panel discus- Mrs. Robert Weinstock requests
sion
by
members
of
Recovery,
Inc.
I
volunteers.
Assisting
her
are
Mrs.
Mizrachi Wornen's Organization
I
Attend FREE as Our Guest 7:00-7:30 I
of Ataerica, announced ,airs. -Husbands .aad guests -are invited. John Mandel and Mrs. Eugene
Milton S. Jacobson, national Refreshments wilL be-served. Seats Sokoloff, among others. The public I
For Question & Answer Session - j 11
are
still
available,
for
-the,
group's
is
invited
at
an
admission
charge.
inreildent„ :The award has -been
"Fiddler on the Roof" showing, Luncheon is planned:
Presented since the establish- Dec.
Ask About Classes In Bloomfield,
1
at
the
Northland
Theater.
a
a
rae4- of .Israel in 1948 to the For informatidn, call Mrs. Rose
Troy, etc.
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
none-Jew. who. _ has --Most . con-.
I
Women, will meet noon Wednes-
to-bated flo understanding be- Simon, 341-3629. ;'••
day at its headquarters, 12701 W.
tween ;the peoples iit:Uie
10 Mile. Mrs. Ralph Feinberg and At
a
ACIIIEZER
ymingt
; meet 845
snit
: sen Sc',.
I
_rankn
i g. member 'of the _Foreign Tuesday; at the home a Mrs..Mi- Mrs. Ben Press will discuss "The
Free Lecture Oct. 28
I
Belations :committee,. will accept chael Cohen, 26001 Raine,'.,Oak Jew in America." Hostesses are •
.
at Norup Junior High
1
James -lobes will speak: Mrs. Philip Saslove and Mrs. Reva 1 I
the citation at the .46th ,national Park.
Lahr.
;Guests
are
welcome.
.
I
conientkianzof 1141Fachi. .Women Co-k9gescF , IY 111 be gaa.CFP-Es-
Oak
.Park,
Berkley-Area. ---7:30 p.m.
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