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April 13, 1973 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-13

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Bnai David Sisterhood Calendar
Lists May 2 Donor Luncheon

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LUBIN-MERSON; Shirley
R. Merson of Bcllbrook Ave.,
Southfield and Marvin L.
Lubin of Coach House Lri.,
Southfield, were married re-
cently.

Bnai David Sisterhood will
hold its annual champagne
donor luncheon noon, May 2
at the synagogue.
Mrs. Alan Weiner, donor
chairman, announces that a
boutique and art sale will
start at 10 a.m. Champagne
will be served during the
boutique sale.
Items such as handmade
silver jewelry, ceramics,
fresh and articifial flower
arrangement, white elephant
treasures and many more
items will be featured. Fol-
lowing the luncheon, a spring

from

Zan Gilbert

and His ORCHESTRA

AGENCY OF THE SHOW WORLD

• Orchestras • Entertainment

"Distinctive Styling in Music
to Your Individual Taste"

• Speakers • Concerts

Downtown Detroit - 962-8000

Parents of Toddlers
to Hear Psychiatrist

Call 557-9332

Child psychiatrist Dr. Jo-
seph Fischhoff will speak on
the subject of toddlers and
their development at the
Jewish Center 8 p.m. April
25.
All parents of toddlers are
invited.
Dr. Fischhoff is a professor
of child psychiatry at Wayne
State University's medical
school, chief of psychiatry at
Children's Hospital and con-
sultant child psychiatrist to
a number of hospitals and
agencies, including Sinai.
He is on the board of Fresh
Air Society.

FOR QUICK SALE

OF YOUR UNWANTED USED FURS
El-Mars Suburban Shop

Eleanor Heyman

Marion Feuerman

WE CAN SELL YOUR MINK COATS,

JACKETS, STOLES

FUN FURS, PERSIANS, BROADTAIL FURS,
FUR TRIMMED SWEATERS, etc.

El-Mars Furs

13661 W. 11 Mile, just West of Coolidge
Oak Park, Mich.

II 'en's

fashion show will be pre-
sented.
For ticket information and
reservations, contact Mrs.
Belle Eisenberg, 968-7538,
Mrs. June Cohen, LI 2-2033.
or Mrs. Tillie Bolton, LI
2-7737. Chairmen are Mes-
dames Helen Silverman,
decorations; Jennie Solomon,
ad book; and Betty Sherizen,
publicity.
Hostesses for the day are
Mesdames Renee Rose, Shir-
ley Norton, Madeline Bock-
nek, Ruth Tobin, Beverly
Taylor, Frances Gruskin,
Evelyn Rosin, Eva Wimmer,
Helen Kozuch, Rhoda Lam-
pert, Sylvia Cohen, Mollie
Belen, Marilyn Gonte, Flor-
ence Nitzkin, Eleanore Mo-
zen, Barbara Traison, Ber-
nice Markel, Marilyn Markel,
Blanche Brant and Laura
Cole.

LONDON, ENGLAND

RUSSELL SCHREIBER ASSOCIATES

Bonnie Sue Selman

11

No phone calls please.

Friday, April 13, 1973-35

1'. Seligson NCJW Leader Gives Israel $100,000 Gift

MIAMI BEACH — Lois
Grass of Harrisburg, Pa., a
leader of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, in her
concern for the culturally de-
prived children of Israel do-
nated $100,000 to the NCJW
Center for Research in Edu-
cation of the Disadvantaged
in Israel.

their middle-class peers.
Mrs. Grass' gift will enable
the council's center to double
its facilities at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem. She
presented the gift in memory
of her mother, Mrs. Rose
Herman Lehrman, who was
a charter member of NCJW.

Announcement of the gift
MUSIC BY
was made at the Israel anni-
versary luncheon at the Deau-
ville Hotel. here, where 1,000
delegates from all over the
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
country attended the 30th bi-
968-2563
ennial convention of the NC-
JW.
MRS. STEVEN SELIGSON
The NCJW Center is the
Bonnie Sue Serman and first permanent educational
OFF ICIAL 0 AGENCY
Steven Seligson were mar- research institute dedicated
ried recently at Cong. Shaar- to closing the achievement
ey Zedek. Rabbi Irwin Gron- gap between children who
er officiated.
come from culturally impov-
The bride is the daughter erished backgrounds, and
of Mr. and Mrs. William Ser-
man of Parkwood Ave.,
AUTHORIZED
Huntington Woods. Parents
SALES
& REPAIRS
of the bridegroom are Mr.'
and his
and Mrs. Leo Seligson of
Middlebelt Rd., Farmington.
The bride wore a satin
gown with a matching Juliet
CERTIFIED MASTER
cap. She carried a bouquet
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
of lilacs.
Harvard Row Shopping Center
Bridesmaids were Kay
Lahser 8 11 Mile
Yoffee, Marilyn Gold, Gail , Music & Entertainment
Phone 353-3146
Phillips and Janice Morse.
Attending the bridegroom
were Jeffrey Serman, Den-
nis Morse, Alan Feldman
and Barry Jacobs.
After a honeymoon in Colo-
rado, the couple will live in
Southfield.
Proudly Announces

SAM BARNETT

I

OMEGA

'ERIC ROSENOW

Continentals

(7,/
pyre /147.,

HARVARD ROW
Barber Salon

8ngag ements

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sil-
If you want to praise,
praise God; if you want to verstein of East Grand Rap-
blame, blame yourself. — ids announce the engagement
of their daughter Roberta
that sin.—Rabbi Bunam.
Joy to Harry Pollack, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pol-
lack of Marlow Ave., Oak
Park. Miss Silverstein was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan with a mas-
ters degree in speech pathol-
ogy. Her fiance was gradu-
ated from the University of
Michigan and attends Wayne
State University's law school.
An August w e d d i n g is
planned.

MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 11 A.M. to 4 P.M.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

it's Association with

JOHN

For Appointment Call

357-0234

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Dr. and Mrs. Max Gelman
of Buffalo announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Marjorie Jeanne to James A.
Gilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald D. Gilbert of Cincin-
nati. Mr. Glibert is the grand-
son of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur
A. Gilbert of North Park Pl.,
Southfield, and Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Jacobs, former De-
troiters of Cincinnati.

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Hashomer Hatzair will hold
its annual neshef, or third
seder, 8 p.m. April 21 at the
Jewish Center.
There will be a dramatic
presentation, dancing and
singing. Refreshments will
follow. Tickets are available
to the public.
On the following evening,
the neshef will be presented
at Hillel House at the Uni-
versity of Michigan. All are
welcome.
Hashomer Hatzair shaliakh
Avraham Shur said some
openings remain for teen-
agers who wish to attend
Midwest Camp Shomria in
I :1(‘ Irish Hills. Parents visit-
ed the camp last weekend
and heard about the progra m
and fees of the camp. For I
information, call 11ashorner
triPiT €14 1a Itt'atia 96 RV erit

new collection of

wet-weather coats

in both pant-topper

and full-length

styles!

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AMERICA RD

MASTER
CHARGE

Open Thurs., Fri., Sat., til 9

SUNDAY 12 TO 5

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1ARVARD ROW MALL

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FASHIONS

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