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November 28, 1975 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-28

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36 Noxember 28, ;1175

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BETH SHALOM SIS-
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Milton Rosenbaum of Tem-
ple Emanu-El review
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p.m. Tuesday in the syn-
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Thelma Prussack, 557-1652.
* * *
BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will have an oneg
Shabat noon Dec. 13 in the
synagogue. Mrs. George
Norman, Jewish family liv-
ing chairman, announces
the program will center on
"Humor for the Sabbath."
Participants include Mes-
dames Edward Allen, Si-
mon Bermanis, Lawrence
Fox and Harold Panter. For
reservations, by Dec. 8, call
Mrs. Robert Hacker,
53-5148, or 'Mrs. Norman,
557-1548. There is a charge.
* * *
NEGBAH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold a
Hanuka luncheon noon
Wednesday at the Lincoln
Towers Apts. club room. A
movie will be shown. Host-
esses will be Ilene Winkel-
man and Betty Order.
Guests are invited.

BETH ABRAHAM-
MISHKAN ISRAEL
HILLEL SISTERHOOD SISTERHOOD will have
will have a Hanuka celebra- its paid-up membership and
tion 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Hanuka latke party 8:15
the synagogue. Entertain- p.m. Monday in the syn-
ment will be provided by agogue social. hall. There
Mark Goldenberg, and re- will be a grab-bag, anti drei-
freshments will be served. del will be played. Refresh-
There is a charge. For reser- ments, will be served. •
vations, call Marilyn Fish-
* * *
man, 557-2563, Gert Fish-
AUTUMN
HILLS
man, 543-2830, or Sarah
CHAPTER,
Women's
Last, 968-0079.
American ORT, will have an
* * *
art auction following an 8
CLUB TWO, Pioneer ,p.m. champagne preview
Saturday at the Gallery Art
Women, will have a pre-do-
Center. Hors d'oeuvres will
nor meeting 11:30 a.m. Mon-
be served. There is an ad-
day in the Northgate Apts.
mission charge. For tickets,
club house. Brunch will be
call Vicki Berlin, 557-7587.
served. Friends are invited.

* * *
ADAT SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD will present
"An Afternoon in Lenin-.
grad" Wednesday when the
women will see the trea-
sures from The Hermitage
at the Detroit Institute of
* * *
Arts. Buses will leave 10:30
PURITY CHAPTER, a.m. from the synagogue.
Order of the Eastern Star, Cost of the afternoon in-
will meet 7:45 p.m. Mondayeludes transportation,
at the Odd Fellows Hall, luncheon and admission.
Berkley. Refreshments will Sharon Sukenic is chairman
be served.
for the day. For informa-
* * *
tion, call the synagugue,
GOLDA MEIR CHAP- 851-5100.
TER, Pioneer Women, will
* * *
have a Hanuka party 12:30
CLUB ONE, Pioneer
p.m. Tuesday at the North-
gate Apts. club house. Women, will have a Hanuka
Games will follow. For in- celebration '1:30 a.m. Tues-
formation, call Mrs. Irving day at the Embassy Apts.
Stepak, 399-4451, or Mrs. club house.- Adele Mondry
Norman Woronoff, will speak on "The Signifi-
548-1307. Guests are invited cance of Hanuka." Donor
tickets will be available, and
at a nominal charge.
* * *
guests are invited.
* * *
KINNERET CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
HAOMER CHAPTER,
have a Hanuka party with Pioneer
Women, will have
communal singing noon its
second annual square
Monday at the Lincoln Tow- dance 8:30 p.m. Dec. 6 at the
ers Apts. club room. Re- Labor Zionist Institute. Re-
freshments will be served, freshments will be served.
and guests are invited. The For tickets and information,
chapter has established a call Arlene Stein, 354-5733.
Sarah Kanter Memorial
Fund in honor of its late
* * *
past president.
INFANT SERVICE
GROUP will hold its instal-
lation and brunch 12:30 p.m. ,
Dec. 9 at the Gallery Res-
Mrs. Esther Tarnoff of taurant. There will be a
Sussex St., Oak Park, an- fashion show. Mrs. G. Lem-
nounces the engagement of berg will - be installed as
her daughter Barbara Faye president. Other officers
Tarnoff to David Lawr- are:
ence Osher, son of Dr. and
Einstandig, Kamen
Mrs. Seymour Osher of Mesdames
and Chess, vice presidents, Kop-
Flint. Miss Tarnoff,' daugh- piman, treasurer; Werner, Starr
ter of the late Seymour Tar- and Zales, secretaries; Katz, Gor-
noff, is a graduate of the don, Bunin, Lampcov, Weingar-
den and Leebove, chairmen; and
Eastern Michigan Univer
Homer and Jaffee, social secre-
sity School of Nursing. Her taries.
fiance attends the Wayne
State University School of
Medicine. A December wed-
YOUNG WOMEN OF
'ding is planned.
JEWISH -NATIONAL
* * *
FUND will hold their an-
Mr. and Mrs. Max Frid- nual Hanuka latke party
man of N. Bellwood Dr., and book review 11:30 a.m.
Southfield, announce the
Tuesday in the home of
engagement of their daugh- Rissa Winkelman, 23895
ter Marilyn Fridman to Wendy Lane, Southfield.
Ronald Hoffman, son of Mrs. Winkelman is presi-
Mr. and Mrs. William Hoff- dent. Adele Robbins will
man of Harvard Rd., South- review "A Death in the
field. Miss Fridman is a Family", by James McKee:
master's degree candidate Membership prospects will
at the Wayne State Univer- be guests. For information,
sity School of Social Work.
call Mrs. Winkelman,
Her fiance is a senior in the
557-3956; Cindy Weiser,
WSU School of Mediciffe. A .progrdm •
chairperson,
December wedding is 544-2351; or Jewish Na-
planned.
tional Fund, 968-0820

Engagements)

BNAI MOSHE SIS-
TERHOOD will meet noon
Dec. 8 in the social hall. Re-
freshments will be served.
Kalman Black, executive
director of the synagogue,
will speak on "Israel Revis-

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