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October 25, 1974 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-25

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Levy-Berger r
?Troth Announced

MISS CAROL LEVY

Mr. and Mrs. Ira Levy of
Lakewood Ct., Bloomfield
Hills, 'announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Carol
Sae to Ronald David Berger,
son of Mrs. Jeanette Berger
of Marlow Ave., Oak Park,
and the late Mr. Julius Ber-
ger.
A June wedding is planned.

crr

HAL GORDOli

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ANTIQUE
FLEA
MARKET

Free Admission

Oct. 27th

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Roma Hall
Livonia

Schoolcraft nr. Inkster Rd.
Over 100 Dealers

Schaupeter
Promotions

282-0040 or 731-9560

to II ed :11r. Levine Sapir to Speak at Beth Achim

World-renowned conductor
WILLIAM STEINBERG will
make his first 'appearance as
guest conductor of the DE-
TROIT SYMPHONY OR-
CHESTRA 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day and Nov. 1 at Ford
Auditorium. Soloist will be
violinist Pinhas Zukerman,
in a program including Wie-
niawski's Violin Concerto
No. 2, Respighi's transcrip-
tion of Bach's Passacagl•a
; and Fugue in C minor, and
Brahm's Symphony No. 4.

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MICHIGAN STATE, UNI
VERSITY'S INSTITUTE ON
THERAPEUTIC I N T E R-
VE NT I ON will sponsor
an all-day conference pn
AGING Nov. 7 at the Raleigh
House. Dr. John Bell, clinical
psychologist, w i II discuss
"Counseling for the Problems
With and Within the Aging
Population" and "Organizing
Agencies and the Commun-
ity f o r Problem - Solving
Among the Aging." For in-
formation, call MSU Con-
tinuing Education Service,
645T 1303.

Royal Oak and Birming-
ham Chapters, ASSOCIA-
TION FOR CHILDREN WITH
LEARNING DISABILITIES,
will sponsor a garage . sale
9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday -
and Nov. 2 at the Marathon
Garage, 13 Mile and Main

Men's Clubs

AESCULAPIAN P H A R-
MACEUTICAL A S'S 0 C
ATION will join the auxiliary
for their 48th charity dinner-
dance 6:30 p.m Nov. 6 at the
Raleigh House. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Harold Biller,
557-7563, or Ed Rothenber
356-7829.

52, a Sabra, is the secretary
of the Jerusalem branch of
the Pioneer Women organi-
zation. She had been a widow
for seven years and is the
mother of a 20-year-old son
and a teen-age daughter.

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36—Friday, October 25; 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

.Pinhas Sapir, former fin-
ance minister of Israel and
chairman of the World Zion-
ist Organization and Jewish
Agency Executives, will
speak 8:15 p.m. Nov. 18 at
Cong. Beth Achim.
Sapir, who will visit De-
troit on' a tour of the U.S.,
will meet with leaders of the
community and youth organ-
izations. He will appear in
Detroit under the auspices of
the Israel Aliya Center, and
will be sponsored by the De-
troit Zionist Federation.
Meanwhile, in Tel Aviv it
was reported that Sapir and
MISS ALICE DICK
MISS JOLIE TOPPER
Mrs. Rivka El-Nathan, a Jer-
Mrs. Elona Dick of Park-
Mr. Samuel S. Topper of usalem widow, were married
lawn—Ave., Oak Park, an- Shiawassee Ave., Southfield, in a private ceremony at
nounces the engagement of announces the engagement of Mar Saba Saturday night by
her daughter Alice Ida to his daughter Jolie Reva to Rabbi Pinhas Shir.
Isaac H. SzlamkOwicz, son of Jeffrey Barry Levine, son of
The couple left Sunday on
Mr. and Mrs. Shlomo Szlam- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levine a six-week trip abroad dur-
kowicz of Coach Light Dr., of Northville Forest Dr., Ply- ing which they will be visit-
Southfield.
ing Jewish communities in
mouth.
Miss Topper attended Oak- several countries.
Miss Dick, daughter of the
late Mr. Leon Dick, was grad- land Community College and
Sapir, 66, was widowed
uated from Wayne State Uni- Wayne State University. Her three years ago. His bride,
fiance
was
graduated
from
versity with a bachelor's de-
gree in education. Her fiance Wayne State's law school
was graduated from Wayne and attends New York Uni-
State with a BA degree and versity where he is doing
is a student at its pharmacy graduate work in law.
Miss Topper, daughter of
school.
the late Mrs. Esther Topper,
A March wedding is and her fiance plan a Jan-
planned.
uary wedding.

Pd Pol

Creative , Party Planning

Hiss jolie Topper

in

Rds. Royal Oak. Proceeds
will ben
efit disabled children.

Missey Junior
Sportswear & - Accessories

Mercy College- of Detroit's
speech and drama depart-
ment will observe the 25th
anniversary of, the theater
classic, "DEATH OF A
SALESMAN" by Arthur Mil-
ler 8 p.m. today, Saturday
and Nov. 1-3 and 2,.p.m. Sun-
day at the college's McAuley
Auditorium. Discussion on
various dimensions of the
play will follow. For reserva-
tions call • the. college, 531-
7820, ext. 493.

'MICHIGAN LEAGUE OF
WOMEN VOTERS offers in-
formation on candidates and
issues in its 1974 VOTERS
GUIDE. Copies may be ob-
tained at any library.

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