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February 11, 1972 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-11

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.INFANTS SERVICE GROUP
will...host a dinner and games night
Q-36 p.m. Monday at Whitehall
Apartments clubhouse. ISG will
hold a fund-raising art auction
and exhibit the evening of March
19 at Hillel Day School. Tickets for
the exhibit can be obtained by
calling Mrs. M. Altman, 851-2922.
ISG's year will be highlighted
April 30 with a dinner-dance, the
Cherub Ball, at the Raleigh House.
President Mrs. Manuel Shapiro,
dinner-dance chairman Mrs. Ed-
win Roth; and co-chairman Mrs.
Harold Kant' are working on the
ball. For ticket information, call
Mrs. Charles Weingarten, 352-1007
MRS. LAWRENCE SifER
or Mrs. Jack Serling, 557-6277.
• • •
In a recent evening ceremony at
EVERGREEN GROUP, Hadah-
Cong. Beth Achim,. Carol Isaacs
became the bride of Lawrence sah, will hold its 1972 fund-raising
Sher. Rabbi Milton Arm officiated. event 8:30 p.m. Feb. 19 at the
The bride is': the' daughter of Jewish Community Center where
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben II. Isaacs of the play "The Little Foxes" will
Meadowlane Ave,' Southfield.-- The be staged. For tickets, call Roz
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Zuckerman, 532-2195, or Marion
Mrs. Harold Sher of Constitution Scheiman, 342-4067. Tables have
been reserved at the Big Boy res-
Dr., Southfield.
The new Mrs. Sher wore a satin taurant in Southfield for an after
gown- with appliques of Alencon theater get-together. Friends are
lace embroidered with pearls. Her invited.
*
ivory Camelot headpiece trimmed
RIVERCREST GROUP, Hadas-
with pearls held elbow-length silk
illusion veiling. She carried an old- sah, will meet noon' Tuesday at
fashioned bouquet of roses and Knob-in-the-Woods club house.
Rabbi Harold Loss will speak on
baby's breath.
"Never Again a Time for Silence.
Matron of baser was Mrs. Soviet
Jewry—Our Brothers in
Stuart Stone. The maid of hon-
Chains." A petite luncheon. will be
or was Shelly. Sher, the bride- served, and friends are invited.
groom's sister. The bridesmaids
* • •
were Nary and Debbie Isaacs,
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
the bride's twin sisters.
• Women,
will hold, a luncheon 12:30
Best man was Robert House.
The ushers were Stuart Stone, Joel p.m; Tuesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
The movie, "Beyond the
Newman and Michael Rosen.
Mirage," will be shown. Friends
The flower girl was Cary Hack- are invited. For information, call
er, and the ringbearer was Fred- Fay Luclitan, luncheon chairman,
erick Sher.
399-7352.
Following a honeymoon in Cali-
• * •
fornia, the Shers will live in Oak
NORTHGATE CHAPTER, Pio-
Park.
neer Women, will meet noon Mon-
day at the Northgate recreation
hall. Rogge:sass will be Mesdames
Blenche'Gruenbaum, Hilda Feld-
man, Bella Altman, Eva Feldman,
Mlle Ginis, Gussie Ringler and
Nshei Chabad of Detroit is under- Rebecca Alger. :Clara Sherizen,
president,
invites guests. Refresh-
taking . a project to bring the spirit
ments will be served.
of Purim to residents and patients
• r *
in convalescent homes and hospi-
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will
tals of the area.
have its paid-up membership party
Last year Nshei Chabad visited 7 p.m. Monday in the synagogue.
the Potoskey -Home for the Aged A social evening of games and
prizes will follow dinner. New
before the Purim holiday.
The incentive to continue and members will be initiated. For in-
expand this project this year came formation and reservations, call
Chairman Barbara Traison, 557-
from the emphasis placed on the 8257.
mitzvot of Purim by the Luba-
* • •
vitcher Rebbe Shlito, head of the
ALPHA OMEGA, DETROIT
worldwide Chabad Lubavitch WOMEN
will meet 12:15 p.m. Tues-
movement.
day at Stouffer's restaurant. North-
The rebbe stressed the mitzvot land. Mrs. Allen Berlin will speak
of giving shalakh manot (sending on "To and From Israel With
gifts- of edibles to friends) and Love." Mrs. Richard Williams,
matnot I'evyonim (charity to the president, will preside. Guests are
welcome. For information, call
poor).
Nshei Chabad will bring indi- Mrs. Arnold Golnick, 474-7836, or
Mrs.
Edward Haenick, 647-7973.-
vidually wrapped packages con-
• * •
taining the traditional hamantashen
OAK
PARK NSHEI CHABAD
and coins for the recipients to dis-
tribute to charities. The package STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
will contain literature explaining p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
!the history and significance of Sam Cohen, 24510 Harding, Oak
Park.-,Rabbi. E..Cohen, will
perirt - -
speak
To participate in this project,
* • *
call Mrs. Chaia Teitelbaum, 542-
WOMEN OF JEWISH NATION-
9734.
AL FUND will hold a board meet-
ing noon Tuesday at the Zionist
Temple Israel Art Show Cultural Center. Dessert luncheon
will be served. Hostesses for the
Scheduled March
day are Mesdames Sol Lifsitt,
The 21st annual Temple Israel Abraham Mayers and Irving Ras-
Art and Antique Show and Sale kin.
e
e
will be held noon-9 p.m. March 5-
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
7. The works of distinguished
Michigan artists and antique deal- Women, will hold an executive
meeting noon Tuesday at the home
ers will be featured.
of Mrs. Jack Wilk, 23237 Provi-
A champagne preview for pa- dence, Southfield. Plans will be

Nshei Chabad to B1ing
Purim to Bed-Ridden

5-7

trons will be held 8 p.m. March A. Mile for the fund-raising dinner
For tickets, 'call Temple Israel,' to-be held April 16 at the White-
8834769.
hall Apartment clubhouse.
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Branch 7 to Hear Review THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Clubs

Poale. Zion Branch Seven will
meet 8 p.m. Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Saul. Glosser. 16051
Pennsylvania, Southfield. Book re-
views will be presented by Henry
Faigin, Seymour Matenky and Tom

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.YOUNG. ISRAEL. OF GREEN-
FIELD SISTERHOOD will hold a Tennis. Guests are invited.

,

L'Maan Hayeled luncheon 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Martin Guyer, 17260 New
Jersey, Southfield. Adele , Mondry
45'45_
will discuss, the life and achieve-
L
ments of Golda Meir and review
the books "Golda" and "Golda
Meir, Israel's Leader." Hostesses
for the luncheon are Mesdames
M. Guyer, Leslie Krakovits, Gor-
FROM THE
don Ryback and Norman Sukenic.
Friends are invited, and members
are asked to bring their L'Maan
Hayeled boxes or cash donations.
SpEYIVI.001.111.
Proceeds from the luncheon will go
KAPLAN.
to the L'Maan Hayeled orphan
home in Israel that is supported
a.rxd. Co.
by Young Israel.
• N C
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
OF FINE DIAMONDS
JEWISH- EUROPEAN W E L -
30555 Southfield,
FARE ORGANIZATION will meet
Suite 100
noon Monday at the home. of Mrs.
4454200
Ann Barcless, 20565 Patton. Lunch
will be served. Mrs. Sadie Haut,
president, invites guests.
• • •
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TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD will meet 11 a.m. Feb. 22 at
the temple. Rabbi Richard C.
Hertz will review Joseph Lash's
"Franklin and Eleanor." Coffee
will be served at 10:30 a.m. and
lunch served at noon.
• C •
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet noon Wed-
nesday at the Coach House club
room. Refreshments will be served,
and guests are welcome.
• • •
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Wednesday
at the home of Becky Harrill,
21961 Gardner, Oak Park. Presi-
dent Mrs. Ben Shapiro invites
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• • •

OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP (Nine Mile are)
will meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday at
the home of Mrs. William Shan-
field, 23550 Cloverlawn, Oak Park.
Rabbi Jacob Kranz will speak.

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Shalom Singles Map
3 Winter Dances

Shalom = Singles will hold three
dances in February and March. At
8 pm. Feb. 6 and Feb. 20, the
group will hold dances for young
adults age 18-39, at Alvaro's res-
taurant, Royal Oak. There will be
live bands and prizes. There is
an admission charge.
The group will hold a 12 hour
dance-athon and battle of the
bands from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m.
March 25, at Warren Valley on
Warren Rd., Dearborn Heights.
Tickets are available in advance.
or at the door.
For' information, call Marlene
Brown, 474-0096.

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have risen up to 40%, we are still
offering these garments from our own
collection at reduced prices while they
•last.

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