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February 27, 1976 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-27

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Friday, February 27, 1976 33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NVITATIONS
by HATTIE
SCHWARTZ
356-8563

STATIONERY
!PARTY FAVORS & ACCESSORIES'
* * * ENTERTAINMENT * * *

CARICATURES
HWARTZ
MUSIC SHOWS SC
s"
AGENCY
PSYCHICS

FRANKIE RAPP

356-8525

Music Study Club to Hold Annual Concert at Beth El

Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will pre-
sent its annual artist con-
cert 7:30 p.m. April 25 at
Temple Beth El, announces
Mrs. Joseph M. Markel,
president.
The performing artists
will be Joel Lipton, Detroit-

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taking full
advantage of its

considerable purchasing
resources, The Gold Place buys dia-

monds at the lowest possible price

level and can therefore offer you in-

comparable diamond buys!

Available Are Diamonds of All Sizes,

Shapes, Weights, and Colors .. .
ranging from 1/4-carat diamonds for

as little as $150 . . . to 8.53-carat dia-

monds for $15,500. Wide selection of

mountings includes the most current

high-fashion styles. And, as always .. .

YOU CAN RETURN ANY DIAMOND YOU
PURCHASE FOR A FULL CASH REFUND
NOT A DUE BILL.

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born violist, and Alma Jean
King, national winner of the
Metropolitan Opera Audi-
tions of 1974.
Helping to arrange the
event are: Mrs. Ben Meckler,
concert chairman; Mrs. Max
Reich, concert co-chairman;
Mrs. Felix Rosenwach, pa-
tron chairman; 'Mrs. Morris
Rosman, general admis-
sions chairman; Mrs. Victor
Linden, general admissions
co-chairman; Mrs. Jack
Scherr, arrangements chair-
man; Mrs. George Charnas,
publicity chairman; and

Schapira-Bloom
Rites Solemnized

MRS. BEN MECKLER

Temple Israel Women to Hold
26th Annual Art 'n All Show

Temple Israel Sisterhood
will present its 26th annual
Art 'n All for '76 show
March 21-23 at the temple.
The art show will feature
the works of more than 100
artists in all media and will
include modern and hand-
crafted jewelry, copper-
ware, ceramics, woodcraft-
ing and quilting.
Mrs. Leon Belin, sister-
hood president, announces
MRS. SCHAPIRA
Mrs. Milford Singer, vice
Phyllis Jean Bloom be- president of ways and
came the bride of Dr. Jay means will be over-all chair-
Neil Schapira in a recent person.
ceremony at Temple Beth
Also participating are
El. Rabbi Richard C. Hertz Alvira Perlman and Phyl-
officiated.
lis Greenberg, art depart-
The bride is the daughter ment; Linda Berlin, in
of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie D. charge of dealers; Evelyn
Bloom of Shrewsbury Road. Asher and Greta Madison,
Parents of the bridegroom greenery; Jayne Oppen-
are Mr. and Mrs. Roy heim and Madeline Gold-
Schapira of McAllen, Texas. stein, tickets; Marsha
Mrs. Stephen Bloom was Blume and Helen New-
matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Mrs. Joseph
Westheimer Jr. of San An-
tonio, sister of the bride-
groom; Dr. Ingrid Curti -g-S of
Los Angeles and Mrs. Har-
old Kaufman of West
Bloomfield. Karen Bloom
was junior bridesmaid and
her sister Joanne, flower
girl.
Leslie Bloom was his
son's best man. Ushers
were Dr. Stuart Bloom,
brother of the bride; Jo-
seph Westheimer Jr., Dr.
Eric Haufrecht and Scott
Davis, both of Houston.
Following a cruise to
South America and the
Mardi Gras in New Orleans,
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the couple will be at home in
MRS. KOHEN
Houston Monday..

man, gift shop; Rose Hack
and Susan Loss, trifles and
treasures; Helen Lappin,
decorations and Mollie
Bank, publicity.
Tickets are on sale at
Temple Israel and may be
purchased at the door. For
ticket information, call
ticket co-chairpersons,
Jayne Oppenheim, 353-9352
and Madeline Goldstein,
346-8270 or the temple, UN
3-7769.

-

Sabbota-Jacoby
Troth Announced

Polyester Double
Knit
Coordinates.

Belle Fink Weds
Dr. Jerry Kohen

CARS TO BE DRIVEN"

To any state. Also drivers furnished
to drive your car anywhere.
Legally insured and I.C.C. licensed

DRIVEAWAY SERVICE

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Detroit, Mich. 48204

WE 1-0620-21-22

YOUR CHILD'S PRECIOUS FEET ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY

• There is no substitute for quality and carefully fitted shoes
• Doctors' shoe prescriptions correctly filled

GABE SHOES

FARMINGTON RD. AT 12 MILE RD.
KENDALLWOOD CENTER

Mrs. Leonard Hack, concert
treasurer.
The concert committee
includes: Mesdames Nor-
man Allan, Fred Burn-
stein, Dr. Gertrude Gor-
don, and Mesdames Mark
Howard, Sidney Jackson,
Jack Krops, J. Stewart
Linden, Louis P. Miller,
Bernard Nathan, Arthur
Purdy, Marvin Rich and
Henry Weinberg.
Also Miss Marcia Eder,
Mrs. Jerry C. Rosenberg,
Mrs. Morris Stein, Mrs. Dan
Frohman, Mrs. George Bas-
sin, Mrs. Bernard Rollin and
Mrs. Bernard Ginsberg.
Tickets are available at
Grinell's and at the door.

GR 6-3401

Belle Ellen Fink and Dr.
Jerry Kohen were married
in a recent ceremony at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Rabbis Seymour Rosen-
bloom of Adat Shalom and
Irwin Groner of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek officiated..
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Fink of Buxton Dr., West
Bloomfield. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Zoli Kohen of Lincoln
Blvd., Oak Park.
Karen Fink was her sis-
ter's maid of honor. Best
man was Eddie Kohen.
The hupa was escorted
down the aisle by the bride's
brothers, Ron and Rick
Fink, and by the bride-
groom's cousins, Shalom
Friedman and Dr. David
Goldschmid.

Completely washable 1 1

ELAINE S.ABBOTA

in Navy or White

Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Sab-
bota of Radclift Ave., Oak
Park, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter,
Elaine, to William Roger Ja-
coby of North Olmstead,
Ohio, son of Mrs. Lee Jacoby
of Royal Oak and the late
Bernard Jacob.
A Rule wedding is
planned.

sins 8 to 18

Blazer $30.00
Vest $20.00
Pant $20.00

Consumer Experts
at NCJW Meeting

Aspects of "consum-
erism" will be discussed at
the general meeting of the
Greater Detroit Section of
the National Council of Jew-
ish Women at Temple
Emanu-El March 8.
Desert will be served at
12:30 p.m. The 1 p.m. busi-
ness meeting will be fol-
lowed by a panel discussion
of consumerism. Panelists
will include Esther Shapiro,
director of consumer affairs
for the city of Detroit;
Andy Driscoll, president of
the Consumer Alliance of
Michigan; and Diane Place
of the Federal Drug Admin-
istration.
Harriett Sherr is chair-
person of the day. For reser-
vations, call the Council of-
fice, 557-9604.



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