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March 29, 1974 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-29

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34—Friday, March 29, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Toronto Miss to Wed May Wedding Set
3 American Savings Promotions Kenneth B. Eserow for Nora G. Fisher

to Key Management Positions

American Savings Associa-
tion has appointed three new
officers, it was announced
by Alfred L. Deutsch, chair-
man of the board.
Kenneth J. Glaser is as-
sistant vice president and
manager of the Clawson
branch, 1305 W. 14 Mile.
Anthony J. Di Giovanni is
assistant treasurer and man-

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Detroiter Josephine S. Weiner, former national presi-
dent of the National Council of Jewish Women, attended
the board of governors meeting at Hebrew University as
the NCJW representative. In 1968, the women's group
established the NCJW Center for Research in Education of
the Disadvantaged. While in Israel, Mrs. Weiner will corn- -4
plete arrangements for NCJW's second summit conference
there Nov. 6-13.

ager of the East Detroit of-
fice, 1980 E. 10 Mile.
Daniel W. La Rosa is as-
sistant vice president and
director of personnel at the
Southfield head office, 24700
Northwestern.
The American Savings As-
sociation has 14 branch of-
fices serving the metropoli-
tan Detroit area.

Passover Specials

Business Briefs

MAURICE A. BETMAN,
has formed a new firm, PEN-
SION ACTUARIES AND IN-
SURANCE CONSULTANTS,
at 18311 W. 10 Mile, Suite 105,
Southfield. Betman can be
reached at 355-1166.
* * *
MR. ALAN'S MEN'S
BOOTERY, a men's and
young men's shoe store, has
opened in the New Orleans
Mall, 10 Mile and Green-
field Rds. Owned by Alan
Bishop, who , worked for his

father, Bob Bishop, at his
Bootery shoe stores in the
Orchard M a 1 1 , Bloomfield
Commons and next door to
his own shop, the store car-
ries French Shriner, Verde,
Freeman and Volare shoes.

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CIRCUS WORLD, a South-
field-based chain of retail toy
and hobby stores, has op-
ened two more stores, an-
nounced Sidney R. Rubin,
president. They are in the
Hoover-Eleven Shopping Cen-
ter in Warren, and in the
Lincoln Mall, Matteson, Ill.
More stores are planned for
Illinois, and two stores, in
Troy and Shelby, are under
construction. Rubin also an-
nounced the appointment of
Larry J. La Bo as comp-
troller.

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ley E. Wise, chancellor; Nor-
man S. Miller, vice chancel-

lor; Arnold Weintraub, bur-
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master of the rolls; and
Harry Klein, corresponding
master of the rolls. Stephen
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Cooper, David Rosin and
Paul Sislin were elected as
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Jewish Community Council
delegates.
* *- *
BETH EL MEN'S CLUB
will host Dr. Sonya K. Fried-
man, psychologist, who will
speak on "Divorce and the
Jewish Attitude Toward It,"
10 a.m. Sunday at its Break-
fast Club and Discussion
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barsh
of Toronto announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Renee Lynn to Kenneth B.
Eserow, son of Mr. Jack
Eserow of Riverside Dr.,
Southfield, and the late Mrs.
Florence Eserow.
Miss Barsh was graduated
from the University of To-
ronto. Her fiance was grad-
uated from the University of
Michigan and Wayne State
University's law school.
A spring wedding is
planned.

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MISS NORA FISHER

Mr. and Mrs. Hy Fisher of
Lancaster Hills Dr., South-
field, announce the engage-
ment of his daughter Nora
Gail to Eugene Goulet, son
of Mrs. Vera Goulet of Flint
and the late Mr. Emery
Goulet.
Miss Fisher, daughter of
the late Mrs. Jeanette Fisher,
and her fiance plan a May
wedding.

Mr. and Mrs. Club,

City of Hope, to Meet

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A Complete Selection Of
Kosher For Passover Foods

Free Delivery of all Passover Orders

• Complete Line of Passover Beverages Diet & Regular
• Fresh Home Juice Orange or Grapefruit no sugar added
• Complete Line of Dairy products

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will meet 8 p.m.
Saturday at the home of
13701 W. 9 Mile Rd. at Ridgedale
Buddy and Ruth Nathan-
son, 15420 Rosemary, Oak
WHERE PRICES TELL AND QUALITY SELLS
Park. Final arrangements for
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the May games night fund
The Detroit Chapter, Amer- raising will be held. A social
Hrs. 8 - 7 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Sat. 8-9. Sun. 7-2
ican Society for Technion, hour will follow.
will hold its study tour to
Israel May 6-20.
The 14-day tour, postponed
from last October, will begin
with a visit to the Technion-
Israel Institute of Technology
and Detroit Mechanical En-
gineering Complex. A dinner
with faculty and administra-
tors also has been planned.
Both historic and industrial
sites will be shown, and a
dinner with financial, indus-
trial and government of-
ficials has been arranged.
Nut or fruit center in every
The group will be head-
delicious
piece. 1 lb. $3.50
quartered at the Dan Carmel
in Haifa but also will stay at
Kibutz Ayelet HaShahar, the
King David Hotel in Jeru-
salem and the Hilton Hotel
in Tel Aviv. •
Included in the cost are
round - trip transportation
A deluxe selection of
from Detroit, deluxe hotels,
Continental.style cookies
full Israeli breakfasts, sight-
13 oz. Parve
seeing and transfers by pri-
vate motorcoach with Eng-
$3.25
lish-speaking guide and all
service charges and taxes.
For information, call the
local Technion office, 559-
5190.
Sam Rich, national vice
president, is chairman of the
study tour.

Technion Study
Tour to Israel
Rescheduled

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For Passover-,

Passover
Nuts & Frui

Passover Cookie
Assortment

Chocolate Nut Cake

ORT Prints Report

SERVING ONLY
PRIME AND
CHOICE MEATS

activities in Society

A comprehensive report on
the role of ORT in Israel dur-
ing the Yom Kippur War and
its aftermath has been pub-
lished by the American ORT
Federation in the form of a
4 0-page booklet entitled
"ORT in a Time of War."
The report is filled with eye-
witness accounts and photo-
:graphs, detailing the various
activities of ORT students,
teachers and institutions on
the home front of Israel.

Arise, shine! for your light
has come, and the glory of
the Lord has risen upon you.
—Isaiah 60:1.

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