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March 10, 1972 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-10

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30-FridayL March 10, 1972

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth Shalom Women Plan Election;

Weiss-Silver Nuptials

JTe/d at Beth Shalom

Rabbi Abraham Karp of N.Y. to Speak

NEW "YORK 7: The LeadersVp city where it his Member organ-

Conference of National „ Jewish

izations and asiemble directories
Women's-. Organizations
-rePre- on where_ the poor caw find -.-Ind
senting moralhan 1,000,000 Jewish apply for various types of
women`
-announced the forma-
tion:of a Committee to spearhead
se--
efforts. Asi. .aiore than 28 gies to
aid the Jewish poor.
• --:
LONDON, ENGLAND
The'innOimcement was made_by
Mrs: -Charles Snitow of Scarsdale,

Cong. Beth Shalom Sisterhood
Rabbi Karp has written many
will hold its annual Education Day books and articles, among them
10 a.m. March 20, at the syna- "The Jewish Way of Life," "The
gogue.
Heritage of Solomon Schechter,"
Rabbi Abraham J. Karp, spirit- and "When Your Child Asks'
ual leader of Temple, Beth El in About God," and has edited "The
Rochester, N.Y., war-speak on Jewish Experience in America."
"Taking Inventory: What To Hold In September, Rabbi Karp will
On To and What To Let Go of In be professor of history and reli-
Our Lives, as Americans, as Jews - gious studies at - the University
and as Individuals." of Rochester.
Reactors to Rabbi Karp's 'ad-
dress will be Rabbi Gerald Teller
mark fischer
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek and Dr.
Leonard W. Moss, professor of
gallery
anthropology, Wayne State Univer-
sity.





RestoratIon

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BET MIDOLEBEIT 8. 14 MILE

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5 Tues Sun

851-8166

PUBLIC
NOTICE

Announcing the
merger of

BLAIR &
KEITH STUDIOS

,

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Open House Readied
by Criterion Ciub

Criterion Club for single adults
will hold open house 9 p.m.
Wednesday at the Oak Park Com-
munity Center.
The evening's entertainment will
be highlighted with a selection of
films, including "The Clown
Princes," and Charlie Chaplin in
"Laughing Gas" and "In the Park."
Park."
Announcement will be made of
arrangements for the club's annual
travelcade to Toronto over the
Memorial Day weekend.
The public is invited. For infor-
mation, call Betty Weinberg, pres-
ident, 547-2565.

Zan Gilbert

chairman of' the leadership confer-

-and His ORCHESTRA

en-ce atut-ro-chairman or-the na-
tional governing" council of the

Breakfast and lunch will be
served. There is a registration and
MRS. FRED WEISS
luncheon fee. Guests are invited.
For reservations and informa-
At a recent ceremony performed
tion. call Sophie Pearlstein, 352-
0483, or Miriam Shapiro, LI 4- at Cong. Beth . Shalom, Melinda
Silver and Frederick Weiss were
4283.

P,ct,,,r• nommq

Jewish Wornen's Organizations Form
National Committee to Aid the Poor

American Jewish Congress. -1 - -
Mrs:David M. 'Levitt, president
Of the' National Federation of
Temple Siaterhoods,' tvill -IserVe:as
chbirman of the committee for the
Jewish poor.
Leaders of the nine Jewish
women's organizations that com-
prise the Leadership Conference
will carry out the work of the
committee nationally in reform-
ing and expanding existing pro-
grams "in order to bring the
Jewish poor into the mainstream
of social welfare," according to
Mrs. Snitow.
The committee will conduct sur-

united in marriage.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Silver of Harding
Ave., Oak Park. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Weiss of Wildwood Dr., Oak Park. veys of poverty pockets in each
The new Mrs. Weiss wore a Vic-
torian satin gown embroidered
MUSIC BY
with pearls and Alencon lace. A
matching Juliet headpiece em-
broidered with pearls and lace
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
held her veil. She carried her
mother's wedding Bible with roses.
968-2563
Debbie Wallis was maid of

"Distinctive Styling in Music
to Your Individual Taste"

Coln 557-9332

TUES. Sr WED.
SPECIAL! .
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SAM BARNETT

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Southfield, Mich.
!A Mile N. of 12 Mile. Rd,

Call
357-0470
Thomas J. Batch

Style Director'

honor. Bridesmaids were Teresia
Cohen, Anne Lankowsky, Mrs.
Aaron Weisberg and Mrs. Scott
WEDDINGS
Silver. Nicki Troute was flower
BAR MITZVAS
girl. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silver,
we come to your
the bride's grandparents, also
home with samples
were in the bride party. Sam
Dross Into Gold
Weiss, the bridegroom's brother,
The alchemy of home life went
For Fast Efficient Service Call
far to turn the dross of the Ghetto was best man. Ushers were
Michael
Weiss, Neal Silver, Scott
into gold.--Kate Magnus, in "Jew-
398-9111 or 895-8805
Silver and Aaron Weisberg.
ish Portraits."
Following a honeymoon in -To-
ronto, the Weisses will reside in
BUY QUALITY — NOT PRICE!
Royal Oak.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Honor the PASSOVER-
Traditionally!
Deliciously!

women's

CAMP SHOMRIA

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the camp with the unique
Jewish content based on the
values of the kibbutz in Israel

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Good Sun. i Mon., March 12 &

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Join Us For Coffee Every Sunday

BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL GROUP, Hadassah, will hold
a post-Purim festival 2 p.m. Sun-
day at Hadassah House. John
Forsythe of the Detroit Council of
Churches will speak on his impres-
sions of Israel. The program will
highlight the "part-time parents"
project. Rose TPoskel is program
chairman, and Sara B. Epstein is
group president. Purim refresh-
ments will be served, and friends
are invited.
*
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL GROUP, Hadassah, at its next
meeting 2 p.m. Sunday at Hadas-
sah House, will hear an illustrated
lecture by John Forsythe of the
Detroit Council of Churches, who
was in Israel.
*
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer.
Women, will meet noon Monday at
the home of Helen Ginsburg, 13040
Northfield, Oak Park. Jewish
Music Month will highlight the
meeting. Lunch will be served.
*
*
*

BETH ACHIM SISTERHOOD
is -planning its antique and art
show for October. Mrs. Arthur
Schussler, vice president of ways
and means, has chosen for her
chairman of the day Mrs. Leo Gas-
pas, who with her committee has
begun Work on this fund-raising
event. In- charge of tickets will be
Mrs. Thomas Partovich. Proceeds
will go toward the building of
Beth Achim's new sanctuary.

6 wks. 53800 °



3 wks. 5200°0 — 1 wk. s70"

Those registering 6efor April 30th for 6 weeks
will receive a 10% reduction.

Camp Shomria is located in Perth,
Ontario, Canada. For further information
contact Abraham Shur; 341-5448

Park-West Galleries

Announces Ass

ART AUCTION

Sunday, March 12 at 2 p.m.

MODERN ART

HOLIDAY INN

26555 Telegraph Road, Southfield, Mich.

(between 11 Mile and I-696)

Included will be hand signed lithographs, etchings, engravings,
serigraphs, etc. in editions fo 50 to 300 by .

VASARELY, PICASSO, CHAGALL, DAU, MIRO, ANUSZKEWICZ,
REUBEN, GERSTNER, UNDNER, CALDER, GUIRAMOND, - ERNST,
SIQUERAS, BRAQUE and others. As
well as' complete unbroken
portfolios. In addition there wiU be original paintings and drawings
by KAREL APPEL, LARRY RIVERS, GROPPER, GROSS, STEUA, SOYER,

MAX and other artists.

EXHIBIT AT PARK WEST GAMES:

FRIDAY, MAR, 10th, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
SATURDAY, MAR. 11th, 10 a.m.=5:30 p.m.

23916 W. 9 MILE RIX,-1 Ellk. E. of Telegraph
Southfield, Mich.—For Information Call

354.2343

CATALOGS AVAILABLE

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