THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
44—Friday, Sept. 28, 1973
Women s Clubs
Miss Elaine Adler
Weds Bariy Sikov
Now .11- rS. (;utinan
Candidate Urges City Tax-Saving Plan
Leonard Baruch, head of
the Southfield Library Com-
mission, who is seeking the
office of treasurer of South-
field, said he has a plan to
save the city $100,000.
Raruc ' s plan is three
fold, encompassing "equal-
ized" collection of taxes so
that the taxpayer is not over-
burdened, realeasing to the
city the tax monies held in
escrow by mortgage com-
panies and having money
available for the Southfield
school district to eliminate
paying high interest rates on
"We are not asking for one
additional dime, just the
monies currently collected by
the mortgage companies for
our own use in investment
purposes," Baruch empha-
Retained by three city ad-
ministrations as head of the
Southfield Library Commis-
sion, Baruch and his family
have lived in the city for 10
PRIMROSE BENEVO- paid-up membership lunch-
LENT CLUB will hold an eon noon Oct. 8, in the syna-
open meeting 8 p.m. Monday gogue social hall. Program
Leave Everything to Us
at the Zionist Cultural Cen- vice president, Mrs. Harvey
ter. Husbands and guests are
welcome. Hostesses will be Bernard Goldman, professor
Mesdames Harry Brown and of art history at Wayne State
Ann Bergman. The 39th an- University who will speak
nual donor luncheon will be and show slides on "Cyrus,
held noon Nov. 13 at the the Righteous Man from the
Raleigh House. Journal co- East" based on his archeo-
chairmen are Mrs. Joseph logical work in Iran. Chair-
R o d m a n„Mrs, Lawrence man of the day is Mrs. Ben
Shapiro, and Mrs. Sam Na- Borin,
In charge of
dek. Mrs. Phil Bricker and president.
Mrs. D. Mechler are in luncheon arrangements are
Mesdames George Brown
charge of prizes.
MRS. GARY GUTMAN
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and Maurice Zuckerstein
Barbara Lynn Zuckerman
CHILDREN UNLIMITED while hostess co-chairmen
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS I
will meet noon Oct. 10 for a are Mesdames Sam Dobkin, and Gary S. Gutman were
MRS. BARRY SIKOV
paid-up membership lunch- Louis Levitan, Harry Stein- married recently at Cong.
berg and Charles Charlip. Beth Abraham-Hillel. Rabbi
Elaine Linda Adler be- eon at Knob Woods Apts. Mrs. Nathan Starman and Israel Halpern and Cantor
came the bride of Barry A. club house. Dues may be her committee made center- Shabtai Ackerman officiated.
Sikov in a recent ceremony paid at the door. A fashion pieces. Dues are payable at
The bride is the daughter
at the Ralegh House. Rabbi show will be presented. the door. Guests are wel- of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
M. Robert Syme officiated. Children Unlimited bowling come at a nominal charge Zuckerman of Potomac Ave.,
league is looking foi bowlers
The bride is the daughter
and a baby sitter will be Southfield. Parents of the
of Mrs. Sylvia Adler of Ver-
Musk For All Occasions
bridegroom are Mrs. Sarah
non Ave., Huntington Woods afternoons. For information,
and the late Mr. William call Helen Klau, 353-7034.
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Rd. and the late Mr. Gutman.
Adler. Parents of the bride-
Pioneer Women, will hold a
The bride wore a gown of mmummmummmimmummumminumummunimmmummiumniitg
groom are Mr. and Mrs.
meeting noon Monday at Oak peau de soie and Alencon
Leonard M. Sikov of War- Hadassah, will meet 10 a.m. Park
Community Center. lace. A seed pearl crown
Tuesday at Hunter's Ridge
Carol McCollough and Joyce held her illusion floor-length
The bride wore a gown of Apts. club house. The theme Mittenthal of the League of veil. She carried a rose.
imported English net and re- of the social program will be Women Voters will speak on
Matron of honor was Mrs.
embroidered Alencon lace "Getting to Know You." Re- human resources. Social
highlighted with a cathedral- freshments will be served. chairman Mrs. Pauline Burton Roth. Maid of honor
Wish Their Friends & Customers 1
was Paula Rudner of Mon-
For information, call Mrs.
Stepak has prepared a lunch- treal. Bridesmaids were Julie
Matron of honor was Mrs. Louis Zuckerman, 626-3262, eon. Guests are invited.
and Diane Zuckerman, sis- -7i
Karen Sandberg. Maid of or Mrs. Marvin Rubin, 851-
honor was Janis Sikov, sister 3466. Guests are
CLUB TWO, P ione er man and Pauline Klein.
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of the bridegroom, and
Women, will meet 11:30 a.m.
Attending the bridegroom I
bridesmaids were Mesdames
Tuesday at the Northgate
Marlene Hudson and Helen der of the Eastern Star, will Apts. club house, announces were Richard Rosenthal, best
Anspach. Kimberly Curry hold its meeting 7:45 p.m. Jeanette Serling, president. man, Joel Zuckerman, the
bride's brother, Sheldon Gut-
Monday at the Eureka
was flower girl.
Guest speaker is Mrs. Nor- man, brother of the bride-
Best man was Stephen Temple.
groom, and Larry Leibowitz = IMPORTER AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
Rosman. Ushers were Larry
served. Fannie Hochman and and Phil Downs.
Levkoy, Thomas Meyer
Lillian Levine invite guests.
30555 SOUTHFIELD. SUITE 100
Also participating were
its next meeting noon Mon-
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and Jeffrey Anspach.
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY
Following a honeymoon at
Mesdames Gertrude Silver-
Lake Tahoe and San Fran- club house. Hostesses will be will hold a reunion meeting man and Sarah Zuckerman
cisco. the couple will live in
home of Mrs. Frank Winton, of Brooklyn, and the bride-
1060 Ardmoor. Birmingham. groom's great aunt and uncle,
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldin.
The couple is living in
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pio-
MEN'S ORGANIZATION will
meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at neer Women, will meet noon Caro, Mich.
the home of Mrs. Rose Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
F -IWO( S BR 1 NOS .S( (:// IS
Schwartz, 15404 Northgate, Mary Gilbert, 23890 Condon,
• G-1/0) \ER • P1. 1)LINI) • TIM 1\1
Temple to Have
Oak Park. Mrs. Alex Dor- Oak Park. • • .
chen, president, announces
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
that plans are being made
Women, will hold a Women's Classes
for the 36th donor luncheon
noon Wednesday at
Temple Beth El Sisterhood
Nov. 20 at the Labor Zionist
• I1 (tier Repellent
Institute. For tickets, call
• Ilearilv Interlined
Mrs. Harry Schechter, 557- Lincoln Center. A program Tuesday classes for interest-
has been prepared by the ed women in the community
• Some Pile Lined
president, Mrs. Fanny Press, at the new temple. The first
ADAT SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD is having its annual Pioneer Woman." Friends class, will meet 1. p.m. Oct.
and guests are invited.
9 for eight weeks. Instructor
is Kaye Clinton.
The second class is a four-
Shaarey Zedek Has
SIZES 2 to
Library Trading Post week creative needlework
Learning Resource Center- Burton beginning 10 a.m.
IS ON THE WAY...
Library has a large collec- Oct. 23. Both classes will
with our newly arrived fashions
tion of periodicals and year- provide baby-sitting service
books in English, Hebrew at a nominal fee.
• SLACKS •BLOUSES
There is a fee for both
and Yiddish, published in the
U. S., Israel and Europe.
• SHORT & LONG DRESSES
For information, contact
The collection contains many
• PANT SUITS •BAGS
Mrs. Jerry Balan, 851-2590.
To fill in missing litera- Supporters of Chase
ture, a trading post for con- to Raise Funds With
gregational libraries and col-
LAYAWAY FOR COLD WEATHER
lectors was established. To Art Auction Sunday
USE YOUR MICHIGAN RANKARD, OR MASTER CHARLit
trade, send the synagogue a
"wanted list" and a list of Nelson Chase will sponsor
duplicates to be relinquished. an art auction to help finance
Chase's campaign for the
Southfield City Council 2-5
Unshaken as Continent
p.m. Sunday at the South-
Pride and humiliation
field Athletic Club. The pub-
hand in hand
lic is invited.
DEPARTMENT STORE FOR CHILDREN
Walked with them through
Joanne Aronoff and Sidney
the world where'er
MALL, 12 Mile & Telegraph
Lantz are campaign co-
SUNDAY 12 to 5
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
mission fee, but no obliga-
they as the sand,
3055 W. 12 Mile Road
tion to bid on art.
And yet unshaken as the
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13 MILE AT WOODWARD
OPEN EVFRY EVENING UNTIL 9
—Henry W. Longfellow, in pagne preview at 2 p.m. The
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