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March 26, 1976 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Adat Shalom Sisterhood Sets Date for Annual Donor Luncheon

Adat Shalom Sisterhood
will have its annual donor
luncheon noon April 5 in the
synagogue.

Guest speaker will be
Phyllis Lassner, doctoral
candidate in English litera-
ture at Wayne State Univer-
say. Ms. Lassner, whose
specialty is theory and de-
velopment of the English
novel, is on the staff of the
Beit Midrash at the Hillel
Foundation on the Univer-
sity of Michigan campus.

Her talk is entitled, "Dream
Peddlers: Jews in Film and
Fiction."
Proceeds from the donor
will benefit cultural and
educational programs, in-
cluding youth scholarships
to Camp Ramah, the Braille
fund, nursing home visits
and other synagogue pro-
jects.
The gift shop will open
its doors at 10:30 a.m.
Items on display include
religious articles, gifts,
plants, books, jewelry and

Beth Achim Sisterhood Slates
Annual Torah Fund Luncheon

:Beth Achim Sisterhood
will hold its annual Torah
Fund Luncheon 11:30 a.m.
April 7 in the'synagogue.
This will be the culminat-
ing event of the sisterhood's
annual efforts in support of
the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary and its newly-dedi-
cated Mathilde Schechter
Residence Hall for young
women.
Following the luncheon, a
narrative musical skit end-.
tied "I Am Woman" will be
presented. Sylvia Korby is
Torah Fund chairman.
There is a nominal charge
for the luncheon. Sisterhood

president is Sheila Schus-
sler.
For reservations, by April
1, call Lillian Finkelstein,
557-6635, or Beverly Hacker,
353-5148.

Maimonides Unit
Donor Lunch Due

Maimonides Medical So-
ciety Women's Auxiliary
will have its annual donor
luncheOn noon Tuesday in
the Raleigh House.
Talk show hostess Vir-
ginia Graham will speak,
and luncheon will be served.
For tickets, call Mrs. Burton
Epstein, 353-5466.

boutique articles. A bake
shop also will be open.
Sisterhood president,
Charlotte Nussbaum, an-
nounces Sonia Knopper is
donor luncheon chairperson.
Connie Kopald is in charge
of tickets, and patron ticket
chairpersons are Geri Bo-
twin, Rose Liss and Ceil
Schwartz.
Assisting with the lunch-
eon are Susan Bindes, Jean
Segal, ,Barbara Katchke,
Rochelle Lupovitch, Ann
Benderoff, Toby Dobkin,
Arlene Klein, Joan Rosen-

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Gold, Sharon Sukenic, Ros-
alyn Katzman, Ethel Gol-
denberg and Sylvia Breger.
The community is invited.
For tickets, call the syn-
agogue, 851-5100. Free ba-
bysitting service will be
available.

Caesarean Birth

The Caesarean Section
Concern will have a meeting
7:30 p.m. Thursday in the
Rochester High School Stu-
dent Center, 170 S. Liver-
nois. Slides of an actual cae-
sarean delivery will be
shown. The group's goal is
to make this type of birth as
pleasant and meaningful as
possible.

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MRS. GREENSTEIN

Anne Susan Ellias and
Dr. Eugene Greenstein were
married in a recent cere-
mony at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek. Rabbis Irwin Groner of
Shaarey Zedek and David
Nelson of Cong. Beth
Shalom officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold M.
Ellias of Addison Ave.,
Southfield, and the late
Mrs. Esther'Ellias. Parents
of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Green-
stein of. Shaker Heights,
Ohio.
Deborah Williams was
her sister's matron of honor.
.Bridesmaids were Roberta
ngber, sister of the bride;
ml Rachel Greenstein,
oan Coatta and Sheryl Ber-
man.
Martin Greenstein was
his brother's best man.
Ushers were Frank Ellias,
Morton Hyson, Ivan
Barna, Stewart Flate and
Alan Sloan.
Following a Miami Beach
honeymoon, the couple will
live in Oak Park.

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