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February 25, 1972 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-25

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VIE 111,1101TAIWISIUNEWS

Rabbi, Sally' Priest:10cl §pe,c3lc - 1140:g

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Nancy Kaufman fired.
to Martin (;erendicsr

omens ,

GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women; will bold a Purim
luncheon noon 'Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Irving Stepak, 24210
Scotia, Oak Park. Purim -refresh -
ments will be featured and a
a Purim story will be told. Hos-
tesses will be Mesdames Irving
Stepak, Mayer Broder, Joseph
Kaplan and Philip Gruber. Mrs.
Jack Reitman, president, invites
guests.
• • •
ISRAEL CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Sat-
urday at the home of Mrs..Abra
ham itaimi, 28505 Tavistock Tr.,
Southfield. Marjorie Raskin will
review "Future Shock" by Alvin
Toffler. Refreshments will be
served. Ruth .Miller is president,
MRS. MARTIN GERENDASY
and Mary Koretz is program chair
man.
In a- recent ceremony at the
Raleigh House, Nancy Louise
NEW STUDY CLUB will meet
Kaufman was married to Martin noon'
Wednesday at Workmen's
Gerendasy. Rabbi Moses Lehrman Circle Center.
are Esther
and Cantor Louis Klein officiated. Malamud and Hostesses
Lottie Sweetwine.
.The bride is the daughter of Dessert luncheon
will
be
served,
Mrs: Benjamin Kaufman of South- President • Jean Lipkin invites
field Rd., Southfield, and the late guests.
-
Mr. Kaufman. The bridegroom is
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the son of Mrs. Leslie Ruby of
ROSENWALD LADIES AUXILI-
Scotia Ave., Oak Park, and the ARY will hold an executive board
late Mr. John Gerendasy.
meeting and luncheon noon Wed-
Barbara Kaufman, the bride's nesday at the home of Mrs. Fay
sister, was maid of honor. Brick s- Bogrow, 20100 Votrobeck CL Plans
maids were Mrs. Jerald Kaufmin will be discussed for a banquet and
and Janice Kay. Frank Gerendasy, other charity affairs.
the bridegroom's brother, was best
• • •
man. Ushers were Robert Ruby
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
and Ronald Grant.
will meet noon Tuesday at the
Following a honeymoon in Workmen's Circle Center. Jeanette
Jamaica, the Gerendasys will re- Serling, president, will be the
side in Royal Oak.
guest speaker. Brunch will, be.
served, and guests are welcome.

Mrs. Miles Jaffe
Named Head
of UCS Group

Mrs. Miles Jaffe of Nadine Ave.,
Huntington Woods, has been elect-
ed chairman of the Women's Com-
mittee of United Community Serv-
ices of Metropolitan Detroit.
Mrs. Jaffe will head the efforts
of the metropolitanwide women's
group which, through TICS for 37
years, has been conducting pro-
grams of education to alert resi-
dents, of the metropolitan area en
pressing community problems, and
to stimulate the involvement of
citizens in community endeavors
at-all levels. -
Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner, chair-
man of the UCS Women's Com-
mittee during 1955-57, was the
surprised recipient of an en-
graved gavel in tribute for her,
contributions to the UCS yWoin.
en's Committee.
Also cited for their contributions
to the TICS group were Mrs. Oscar
M. Zemon, who served as Women's
Committee chairman in 1962-64;
and Mrs. John C. Hopp, chair-
man during 1966-68.

Adas Shalom Plans
for Big Concert Are
Mapped at Rally

Workers for the fund-raising con-
cert to be sponsored by Adas
Shalom Synagogue April 11 have
been invited to a breakfast rally
10 a.m. today at the home of
Mrs. Berton L. London, 5670 Lane-
lake, Bloomfield Hills.
The concert will bring together
for the first time Jack Benny and
Theodore Bikel, world-renowned
entertainers, at Ford Auditorium.
Proceeds from the concert will
go toward the synagogue, whose
new sanctuary is nearing comple-
tion at 13 Mile Rd. and Middlebelt,
Farmington.
For ticket information, call Adas
Shalom, UN 4-7474.

WOMAN'S AUXILIARY UNITED
HEBREW SCHOOLS is sponsoring
an afternoon of art 1215 P.M-
March 8 at the Detrdit Institute'
of Arts. Luncheon will be served,
followed by a_ tour of the new
North Wing. For reservations, call
Mrs. Martin Goldberg, 5444152, or
Mrs. Simson Sendler, 531-8038.
President of the auxiliary is' Mrs.
Joseph Kripke.

PRIMROSE BENEV.01.!ENT
CLUB will meet 8 p.m. Monday
at the Zionist Cultural Center.
Mrs, Louis Friedman will present
a' , report - on: the--success of the
Israel Emergency Fund card
party. Husbands are invited. Es-
telle Alter is hostess.

NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Wednes-
day at the Bond Bilt 'construction
company on Eight Mile Rd. A cook-
ing demonstration will highlight
the meeting. Mrs. Linda Jannette
is hostess. Refreshments will be
served. Mrs. Ben Shapiro, presi- -
dent, invites guests.
• • •
OAKFIELD CHAPTER, Women's
American ORT, will hold a rum-
mage sale 7-11 p.m. Wednesday
and, 9:30-11 -a.m. Thursday at the
Royal Oak Women's Club.
'
• e •
EVERGREEN EVENING GROUP,
Hadassah, will hold a membership
evening 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at-the
home of Marion Scheiman. 20015
Prest, for all -new and prospective
members and their sponsors. Any
women interested in joining should
call Sue Sendler,' 531-8038.

-Lynda Gordon Engaged
to John Jay Alexander

Temple Beth EISIsterhood's an- eior of lieinsew Leiters degree id
anal -election meeting, to•be held
11171. Miss Priesand was
11:30 a.m. March 13 us the ?mil- :boesirgd.!by. Bnai Brith Women at
ple, will feature Sally Priesand its triennial convention in '.Waan-
discussing "A-Woman Rabbi, Her ington for "Ilerxtimiefnins
in
Problems, .Principles and Preroga- Jewish ,Italiilions tak:"--.6h1t;Will " -
tives." Petite brunch - will S be be
c I in March, becoming
served, and the public is invited the r ninefioniOn rabbi in 'the
tory of - 11*- 1:111*.inate.' -
to the talk at no charge.
Rabbi Sally, as she prefers to
For resernMionsr and inform*.
be called, is a native of Cleveland.- tion, .call' this'finiple office, .77it
She 'studied at the Hebrew Union

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gion while attealitiglaiiLITnivert-
sity - of Cincinnati' tions --fintt- to
1988, and she holds. "a BA degree
in English.
Upon passing-- the - -Hebrew
readiness _ emus 'Midi honors,
Miss Priapus* lintered the He-
brew Union Congo as a second-
year rabbinical- student in fall
1968. She has served Sinai Tem-
Pie in Champaign, Ifl. as an
Interim rabid; Cong. Baal Israel
in Ilattiesberg, Miss.; and Tem-
ple Beth Israel, Jackson, Mich.,
as a sindentrabbL She is doing
her rabbinic - internship at the .
Isaac M., Wise Temple- in Cin-

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IdISS LTICDAilORDON

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gordon of
Rutherland E. Dr., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Lynda Cheryl Gordon to
John Jay Alexander, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Alexander of
Dundee Rd., Huntington Woods.
Miss Gordon attended Washte-
naw College and Eastern Michigan
University. Mr. Alexander attended
Eastern Michigan and is a senior
at the University of Michigan.
An April wedding is planned.

marriages _ I

• MISS MARY AULD
Dr." and
Frank Auld of
Pierde
Birmingham, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Mary Elinor to William S. Da '
_son, of Mr: and leirst„Irving Da,
of Wales Ave., ,Oak Park.
- MISS' Auld -attiEdeir Drew lint„„ig
versity in New Jersey, and
junior year' was spent in studW-
at the Hebrew University. She is
doing graduate work in guidance
and counseling at Wayne State
University. Mr. Davis is working
toward a degree in Hebrew studies
and Russian at Wayne State. He
has spent four years working and
studying in Israel, and the couple
plans to return there to live upon
the completion of his studies.
A June wedding is planned.

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. GORDON-JACOBSON: Ilene S.
Jacobson recently - became the
bride of Dr. Edward, S. Gordon
in Chicago. The bride, a graduate
of the University of Michigan, is
the daughter of former Detroiter
Mr. and Mrs. -Newton Jacobson of
Chicago. Dr.- Gordon is the, son
,of Mrs. Dorothy .Gordon of Man-
istee Ave.; Oak Park and Mr.
Ben Gordon of Miami Beach: The
couple will- reside in Farmington.

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