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August 23, 1974 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-23

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DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
Achy, August 23, 1974

gles Set Party

winging Singles, 25 and

will begin its fall season
a a cocktail party with danc-
ing to a band 9 p.m., Sept.
13 at the Botsford Inn. There
is an admission charge. For
information, c a 11 Henrietta
Lewis, 546-0903.

COLORFUL VALUES FOR

AND
THE
HIGH
HOLY
DAYS

Brandeis University Women Slate Annual Book Sa le at Northland

Detroit Chapter, Brandeis
University National Women's
Committee will have its 13th
annual "New Books for Old"
sale Sept. 5-10 at Northland
Shopping Center, Lot D.
Hours are from 9:30 a.m.
to 9:00 p.m. daily, and from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
There will be a special pre,
view 6-9 p.m. Sept. 4 at a
nominal charge.
A haven for collectors, stu-
dents, bibliographers, schol-
ars and everyday readers,
with more than 70,000 books
including fiction, art, poetry,
science, hist or y , music,
classics, textbooks, c o n k -
books, encyclopedias, garden-
ing, religion and mystery
books. Old records and sheet
music are also being offered.
Represented in more than
120 communities nationally,
Brandeis University Women's
Committee chapters main-
tain both the Goldfarb and

Miss Weingarten
Now Mrs. Lafer

Gerstenang Science libraries
by providing funds each year
for books and journals, pro-
fessional staff and student
workers, equipment and li-
brary operation.
The Detroit chapter sale is
the largest in the tri-state
area. Unwanted books col-
lected and sold help the
chapter raise its share of
funds along with voluntary
contributions and annual and-
life memberships.
Proceeds from the sale buy
new books for students in
both graduate and under-

graduate levels. Leftovers
from the sale are donated to
needy local groups.
Mrs. Ned Mellen, book sale
vice president, and chairman
Mrs. Harold Robinson, are
coordinating the sale. Their
committee includes M e s -
dames Theodore Birnkrant,

Herbert Kaufman, Charles
Schwartz, William Wetsman,
Joseph Goldring and Oscar
Zeman.
Special assistants are Mes-
dames Richard Kux, Kurt
West, Whitney Roemer, Sam-
uel Caplan and B. Benedict
Glazer. Mrs. Mandell Lansky
is president of the chapter.

Kalamazoo Miss
to Wed Steve Segal

MICHAEL KAPUT

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Saturday 10-4

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Barbara Ellen Weingarten
became the bride of Kerry
Mark Lafer in a recent can-
dlelight ceremony at Temple
Israel. Rabbi M. Robert
Syme and Cantor Harold
Orbach officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wein-
garten of Avon Ln., South-
field. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Lafer of Gardner Ave.,
Oak Park.
The bride wore a silk or-
ganza gown highlighted with
peau d'ange lace, fashioned
with a Victorian neckline.
She wore an imported silk
illusion mantilla veil.
Nancy Lirtzman was her
sister's matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Cheryl
Kurepa, Michelle LaHood,
Enid Weingarten and sisters
of the bridegroom, Marlene
and Leslie Lafer.
Robert Rumsey Was best
man. 'Ushers included Cary
Makrouer, Kenneth Wolf,
Steven Zack, Kenneth Lirtz-
man and Dr. Gerald Wein-
garten, brother of the bride.
The newlyweds are living
in Farmington Hills.

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Weddings • BarlAitzvas

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By

SAM FIELD

Call

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642-1039

Men's Clubs

ROSENWALD POST,
American Legion installed
Maurice Green as command-
er at its installation dinner
last Sunday at the Work-
men's Circle Center. Other
officers include Sam Tenne-
baum and John Jabson, vice
presidents; David Kay, ad-
jutant; Sam Folbe, finance
officer; Louis Gottlieb, Chap-
lin; Sam Olshansky, ser-
geant - at - arms; and Sam
Slakter, Meyer Watterstone,
Sam Kaplan and Louis Ham-
merstein, executive board
members. Commander Jo-
seph Shapiro, 83, resigned to
take over the public relations
post.

ADAT SHALOM MEN'S
CLUB is seeking new mem-
bers, according to Maurice
Rosender, vice president and
membership chairman. For
information, call Rosender,
682-0466.

MRS. KERRY LAFER

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MISS JILL ROSENBAUM

Mr. and Mrs. James Rosen-
baum of Kalamazoo an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter Jill to Steven
Segal, sou of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Segal of Summer-
wood Ct., Farmington Hills.
A June wedding is planned.

CALL Lu 4-5900

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Open Doily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Early
_ Deadline

Because Labor Day
will fall on a Monday,
Sept. 2, there will be
an early deadline for
the Jewish News issue
of Friday, Sept. 6. All
copy must be in our
hands — either by mail
or hand delivery — by
11 a.m. Friday, Aug.
30. Publicity received
after the deadline will
be too late for publica-
tion in the Sept. 6 is-
sue.

Converts Classes
Resume Sept. 5

The Institute for Judaism,
which' offers a course for
candidates for conversion to
Judaism under the auspices
of the Conservative Rabbis
of Metropolitan Detroit, will
have its first session of the
coming semester 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 5, at Cong. Beth Achim.
The course this year will
meet for 15 Thursday even-
ings and will go more fully
than before into the faith
practices, history, and the
contemporary scene of the
Jewish people.
The course is being taught
by Rabbi Max Weine. Enroll-
ment will be accepted by any
Conservative rabbi in the
area, or contact can be made
directly with Rabbi Weine,

543 2176.

-

the candidate is con-
marriage or is al-
ready married, both parties
will be expected to attend

If

templating

the sessions. .

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