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July 26, 1974 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-26

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Avila 3fednick 11ed THE Friday,
July 26, 1974-33
Event to Benefit to Steven Steinberg
Help Wanted : 20
Israeli School
Dinner Hostesses .

Young Adults Pick Detroiter to Head Conclave Pa rkwood ORT

Howard Sherizen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Sheri-
zen of Parklawn Ave. Oak
OmPark, has .been named co-
ordinator of the 15th annual
Yavneh National Convention.
The convention will be held
tabor Day weekend, Aug. 29-
Sept. 2, at Camp Moshava,
I ndian Orchard, Pa.

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Yavneh National Religious
Jewish Students Association
brings together undergrad-
uate and graduate students
from more than 70 campuses
throughout the United States
and Canada. It seeks to pro-
mote Jewish life on campus
via religious observance and
through educational programs
and distribution of its pub-
lications.
About 350 delegates from
coast to coast will participate
1n workshops revolving

Cookout for Couples

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will have its annual
cookout 4:30 p.m. Sunday at
the home of Mrs. Fran Raz-
_nick, 28526 Brooks Ln.,
Southfield. Refreshments will
be served.

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SAVE! N ' SAVE!
BUY DIRECT \

IMPORTER

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and Co.

IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
OF FINE DIAMONDS

30555 Southfield,
Suite 100
645-9200

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ctivities

FROM THE

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around the theme, "Halakha
— and its Application to
Contemporary Living," it
was announced by Yavneh
President Aaron Reichel.

Out-of-town guests who were here for the recent 50th
wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Simons, of Northend Ave., Oak Park, included Mr. and
Mrs. B. Gordon Aller of Chicago, the Julius Geiers of
New York, Herman Zimmermans of Florida and Mrs..
Sophie Simons, the Leo Garfields, Mrs. Alvin Silver and
Mrs. Meyer Kanifsky, all of California.

Parkwood Chapter, Worn-
en's American ORT, will
have its games party and
luncheon to benefit the ORT
Engineering School 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the
Knob - in - the -Woods club
house.
The school is built on
grounds provided by the He-
brew _University. Courses in-
clude electronic, chemical,
mechanical and nuclear en-
gineering.
The 'ORT school accom-
modates 850 students a day
with an equal number taking
evening classes.
For tickets, call the chair-
man, Mrs. Lew Levitt, 358-
2870, or the ticket chairman,
Mrs. Ralph Hertzberg, 354-
5595. There will be prizes.

A Grosse Pointe Farms
matron had good intentions
when she sought hostesses

for the 2,000 foreign dele-
gates to the World Energy
Conference meeting here in
the fall.
Mrs. Joseph A. Vance
needed 80 hostesses to enter-
tain 25 guests each on Sept.
26, but just when she thought
her search was over Mrs.
Avern Cohn advised her that
Yom Kippur, a day of fast-
ing, falls on that day. Mrs.
Vance is seeking 20 more
MRS. STEVEN- STEINBERG hostesses.

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Anita Mednick became the
VACATION PLANS ,
bride of Steven L. Steinberg
approaching is the
Fast
in a r e c e-n t ceremony at
Temple Beth El Keser Israel, season when the book-of-the-
New Haven, Conn. Rabbi month will be a road map.
Melvin L. Libman and Can-
tor Merril Fisher officiated.
The bride is the daughter
HIGH COST
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Starr of Towne Rd., Southfield,
of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
It's
no
problem
making
will -be honored at a dinner party at the Lion's. Head Inn on
the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary. The party money today, but with infla- Mednick of New Haven. Par-
will be hosted by their children, Margaret and Dr. and Mrs. tion it's darned hard making ents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Abram Stein-
a living.
Jerome Starr of Worcester, Mass.
berg of Beaverland Ave.
The new Mrs. Steinberg
wore an organza and lace
gown with bishop sleeves and
an illusion neckline accented
with seed pearls. The A-line
skirt ended in a chapel-length
train. Her Juliet cap of lace
petals and pearls held a
wrist-length veil,' and she car-
ried a cascade of miniature
carnations; roses and Ste-
phanotis.
Cynthia Bodytke of Ham-
den, Conn., was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were
r
Gerri Chaneles of West
Haven, Conn., Mrs. Martin`,
Steinberg and Mrs. Kenneth
Miles, both of Detroit, and
Susan Alderman of _Indian
Mills, N.J.
Martin Steinberg was his
brother's best man, and
'eaturing
ushers were Herbert Reed of
New Haven, Daniel Schulman
of Fort Lee, N.J., Kenneth
Miles and Carl Spiro of De-
troit.
The couple resides in West
4,4
Haven after a Paradise Is-
land honeymoon.

GRAND
OPENING

toa champagne
You are invited
Sneak freview of Our Annual



COLORED MINK

Monday, July 29 thru
Saturday, August 3, 1974

ShoN,,,,irigs

at 1 p.m.• and 8

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Everyday

Oakland U. Center
Names New Director

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-bring your friends for champagne

Join
us and .. . see the most creative Im
and mink
stylesin Detroit—stvled by Mr. George
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including the new mink colors . . . y
green and silver mist. Fox, Lnx,
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Sable an d Fun Furs.
come see
Extra added
attraction
. . todaY. Only 3
t mink
in the w orld
the
rares available and shown exclusively
garments

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at Bricker' s.
n,
will be
Circle the date the fu collection of furs
refreshments and daily at
shown twice
one o'clock p.m. and 8 p.m.

FURS by BRICKER

styles by George Tunis

Lincoln Center, 26130 Greenfield, Oak Park

968-8070

Elinor Waters of Oak Park,
the new director of Oakland
University's Continuum Cen-
ter; is introducing new fall
programs available for the
first time to both men and
women, including personal
growth, life work planning,
and a variety of one-session
communication programs.
Mrs. Waters' main empha-
sis will be on coeducational
counseling programs and on
leadership training funded
under a grant from the Na-
tional Institute of Mental
Health.
The grant allows the cen-
ter to offer leadership train-
ing, developed for para-
professionals used in center
programs, to other nonprofit
organizations in the c o m -
munity..
Psychologist Sylvia Fink
has been named assistant di-
rector of the center.

IN A RUT
The fellow who wastes to-
day lamenting yesterday will
waste tomorrow lamenting
today.

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