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March 21, 1975 - Image 41

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-21

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Caricatures

for your party

By

SAM FIELD

Call

399-1320

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Miss Manheimer

Singles
Events

CRITERION CLUB will
attend "The Barber of Se-
ville" to be performed by the
Michigan Opera Theater
with the Oakway Symphony
Orchestra 8 p.m. Saturday
at Churchill High School,
Livonia. The club will have a
:Matzo Ball" dance March
29 at the Oak Park Commu-
nity Center, with the
Johnny "C" orchestra. For
information," call Sylvia
Bruch, 545-1108, or Betty
Weinberg, 559-5175.

LAuberge presents
Neafood Sunday!

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'That's this and every Sunday—a unique Seafood
Buffet fo round out your weekend. You start
With our unusual appetizer.buffet that's loaded
with steaming chowder, glazed salmon, shrimps
in the shell and other delicious treats: Then on to
the Fresh Salad Bar for your choiCe of a tempting
salad that you make yourself. And then, the
crowning touch—platters and chafing-dishes
filled with baked fish, french fried fish, filet
de sole, shrimp and other items from the ocean's
larder that defy description. It's something you
won't want to miss, all at only S7.95 per person.
And you can heighten all those glorious- flavors
with fine wines from our exclusive cellars. This
Sunday. from 5:30 until 9 PM. Call us now for
reservations, won't you? 643-7474.

L.

b:

Somerset Inn, Big Beaver
Road, east of Coolidge, r
Troy, Michigan 48084

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MISS MANHEIMER

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Man-
heimer of Ridgedale Ave.,
Oak Park, announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Robin Ava to Gerald Neil
Gilman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman N. Gilman of
Pointe-O-Woods Dr.', South-
field.
Miss Manheimer was
graduated from Wayne
State. University. Her fiance.
is al student at WSU's school
of 'business administrtion.
A June wedding is
planned.

Two Jewish women will
be honored - Monday by the
Oakland County chapter of
the National Association of
Social Workers as the out-
standing Oakland County
social worker, and volunteer
of the year.
Mrs. Dorothy Rood of
Huntington Woods, who
works- for the Birmingham
Public Schools, and Mrs.
Isadore - Winkelman of
Bloomfield Township will
be honored at a noon lunch-
eon at the Michigan Inn.
During her more than 30
years as a volunteer Mrs.
,Winkelman has helped im-
plement several programs to
aid people in the Detroit
area.
During her tenure as
president of the National
Council of JeWish Women
the organization started
the Meals on Wheels pro-
gram of delivering hot
meals twice per week to
senior citizens.
She also helped establish
operation Friendship in
Royal Oak and Pontiac, a
recreation and guidance
program for ex-mental, pa-
tients.

Prayer may be described '
as the poetry of the soul and
the soul has poetic moments
and has moments_when the
poetic expression -rises spon-
taneously- to the lips.
—Emil G. Hirsch

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LOVE HAS ARRIVED AT


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MRS. WINKELMAN


She is on the board, and

• was the originator of The

::. • Orchards, a residential
1:o home for -emotionally dis-
', • turbed boys: She is also a
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• trustee of the -Shapiro
• • School of Nursing; a past
• president of Sinai, Hospital
Women's Guild; a trustee of
- • • Bellefiore, a residential

• complex in Cleveland for
• emotionally disturbed chil-
i dren of all ages; vice presi-•
• • dent of Women for United
• Foundation; and is a mem-
• ber of the-board of Women's
4 : Division of the Jewish Wel-
• fare Federation.

Mrs. Rood is active with

the Oakland County Corn-

White calf,
• inttnity Mental Health

navy calf,
Board, the Michigan Asso-

loope calf,,
ciation for Emotionally Dis-

Black Patent •
• turbed Children, the Michi-



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• The Love Knot
























Social Workers Will Honor
Mrs. Winkelman, Mrs. Rood

Plans to Marry

Sandal shaped with
incomparable finesse in
tender calf
and patent

for
Association
gan
Children with Learning Dis-
abilities, the American Civil
Liberties Union, the Na-
tional Associition of Social
Workers and Pioneer
'Women.

DRAPKIN

Photography

Weddings - Bar Mitzvah
Social Events

647-5731

Eves. and Weds.

Jack Drapkin
851-2671

Over 30_ Years

BORENSTEIN'S

Complete Selection Of

PASSOVER WINES

Carmel - Lipschutz

Kedem- Manischewitz

From the driest White Wine to the Richest Red Wine

Cherry, Blackberry, Honey Wine, Cold Duck

"A

Wine .Jor every 5131e "

Also available Champagne
and other sparkling wines
Also Grape Juice

ALL KOSHER FOR PASSOVER

Complete selection of

Passover Items

Hagadot, Seder Plates, Wine Cups, Wine Decanters,

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Egg Plates, Matzo Baskets, Seder Candles,
Matzo Covers, Salt Water Dishes
Plastic Tablecloths
Greeting Cards

Passover Cosmetics

Saccharine, Aspirin,
Toothpaste, etc.



: Kosher Hotel Plans

• Passover Seders


• • MIAMI BEACH — The
Crown Hotel, the, largest

kosher hotel in Miami

• • Beach, will .remain open


through April 6 with special
seders for the Passover holi-
day.

The oceanfront resort will
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Visit Our Newest Store
• have Cantor Solomon Schiff
NEW ORLEANS
• officiating at this year's sed-
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ORCHARD
MALL
, MALL
• ers. Now in its 37th winter
• •
10 Mile and Greenfield
Orchard Lake Rd., North of Maple
• season, the Crown will close
• •
Southfield
West Bloomfield ,
April 6, reopening in the fall
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We carry Israeli Newspapers

BORENSTEIN'S

Your Jewish Book Store

OAK PARK
25242 GREENFIELD

Ample Free Parking 398-9095

North of 10 Mile, in Greenfield Center

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