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April 22, 1977 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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*a/tet $40

Friday, April 22, 1977 33

Women's Clubs

EVERGREEN CHAP-
TER, Hadassah, will meet

Pointe Apts. club house.
Irene Rucinski of the Mich-
Complete Line Of
8 p.m. Tuesday at Franklin igan Metaphysical Society
NEEDLEPOINT
will speak on "Psychome-
try." Guests are invited,
RUG HOOKING
and refreshments will be
KNITTING
served.
For
***
ISRAEL CHAPTER, Pio-
other:I 2)act
neer Women, will hold its
BUY DIRECT
annual champagne dinner
ask about
FROM THE
and mini art auction 7:30
FRAME IT
p.m. Saturday at the Labor
IMPORTER
Zionist Institute. Uri Segal
YOURSELF
SEY/VICKIFt.
will provide entertainment.
LUCITE
For information and reser-
,-=, , -
KAPLAN
vations, call Mary Koretz,
SIFT CERTIFICATES
and Co.
967-3108.
Available
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
***
OF FINE DIAMONDS
New Orleans Mall
BETH MOSES SISTER-
30555 Southfield,
10 Mile & Greenfield
Suite 100
HOOD will meet 8 p.m.
64S-9200
Wednesday
in the syna-
569-0909
gogue. The slate of new offi-
M-F 9:30 to 5:30
cers will be presented, and
Sat. 10-4:30
additional nominations will
be accepted. Lou Barden
will speak on Jewish
humor.
ciNattin.
***
TEMPLE BETH JACOB
Otefizilticz.
SISTERHOOD will have a
"tasting luncheon" noon
Monday in the temple. Par-
The finest music for all occasions
ticipants are asked to fix a
favorite dish and bring the
recipe to trade. There is a
charge for a babysitter. For
reservations, call Sis Birnk-
rant, 681-1696.
***
PRIMROSE BEN-
EVOLENT CLUB will spon-
sor a games night 8 p.m.
Monday in the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. Proceeds will
be contributed to the Israel
Emergency Fund. Chair-
man Becky Weinman an-
nounces hostesses for the
evening will be Goldie Hosh-
kerwitz, Fanny Stockler,
Helen Feiner, Rose Sha-
piro, Ruth Alter, Ida Frank-
el, Ann Bergman, Irene
Rodman and Nellic Brown.
Refreshments will be serv-
ed.
* * *
BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL GROUP, Ha-
dassah, will meet .2 p.m.
Sunday at Hadassah House,
16240 W. Seven Mile. Anne
Parzen will speak on "Jew-
ish Heroines From Biblical
Times to the 20th Century."
Social hour will follow.
Sarah Epstein is program
chairman for the day. Ger-
aldine Black, president, in-
vites guests.

M

- 546-7558

***

BNAI DAVID SISTER-
HOOD will feature a musi-

Convenient parking
555 S. Woodward
Birmingham -
642-1040

cal presentation "A Time
for Singing," by Music Plus
One at its 41st annual donor
luncheon to take place 11
a.m. May 4 in the syna-
gogue. There will be a dis-
play' of 'boutique gifts and
religious items. For ticket
information, call Pat Shan-
born, 626-8515, or the syna-

YOUR CHILD'S - PRECIOUS FEET ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY

• There is no substitute for quality and carefully fitted shoes

• Doctors' 'shoe prescriptions correctly filled

GABS 'SHOES

;FARMINGTON RD. AT 12 MILE RD.
KENDALLWOOD CENTER

GR 6-3401

gogue office, 557-8210. Mari-
lyn Markel is donor chair-
man.
***
HELEN ROSENBERG
CANCER FIGHTERS, City
of Hope, will meet noon
Monday in the Raleigh
House. There will be a fash-
ion show, and petite lunch-
eon will be served. Election
of officers will take place,
and nominations will be ac-
cepted from the floor. Flo
Sayles and Marlene Katz
are chairmen of the next
fund raising. To volunteer,
call Ms. Sayles, 546-5587, or
Ms. Katz, 354-2276.
***
BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will meet 8 p.m.
Monday in the synagogue.
Officers will be elected. Dr.
Edward Rosenbaum, profes-
sor at the University of
Windsor and director of
The Study Seminar for Fi-
nancial Analysts, will speak
on "Investments and in-
flation." Guests are wel-
come. Refreshments will be
served. Mildred Rosenbaum
is program chairman.
KINNERET CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Monday in the Lincoln
Towers Apts., club room,
announces the president,
Lily Roubeck. Ruth Miller,
president of the Greater De-
troit Council of Pioneer
Women, will be guest speak-
er. Refreshments will be
served, and guests are in-
vited.

***

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will hold a "Gigantic

12:30 p.m. Thursday in the
home of Shirley Fink, 1858
Pine Ridge Ln., Bloomfield
Township. Dr. Richard
Straith, a plastic surgeon,
will speak on "Cosmetic
Surgery." There is a nomi-
nal charge. For ,reserva-
lions, call Julia Keller, 557-
3608, or Gloria Rosenberg,
342-5588.
***
GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will'
hold a meeting noon Mon-
day in the Northgate Apts.
club house. Recently elect-
ed officers are Mesdames
Jack Reitman, president; Is-
rael Weisman and Max
Gladstone, vice presidents;
Sol Berlinberg and Sadie
Adler, secretaries; and Sid-
ney Weinberger, treasurer.
Elaine Lowenthal of a local
diet organization will be
guest speaker. Guests are
invited. Refreshments will –
be served.
* * *
SENIOR GROUP, North-
west Child Rescue Women,
will meet noon Thursday in
the Knob-in-the-Woods Apts.
club house. Cal Lefton, di-
rector of group services at
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Dori Smargon, co-or-
dinator, and Marcia Bob-
kin, director of the
Thursday Night Social
Group, will speak on the
Jewish Center's program
for the retarded. The nomi-
nating committee will pre-
sent the slate for the 1977-
1978 season. Luncheon will
be served and guests are in-
vited.

Garage Sale" 11 a.m.-8
p.m. May 1 and 10 a.m.-5
p.m. May 2 and* 3 at the
synagogue. Among the
items for sale will be au-
tomotive equipment, bicy-
cles, books, bowling balls,
cooking utensils, dish-
washers, electrical appli-
ances, furniture, glassware,
jewelry, canned juices, of-
fice equipment, stereos,
televisions, toys and more.
Proceeds will benefit the -
sisterhood's special proj-
ects. The community is in-
vited. Ruth Schwartz, ways
and means chairman, will
head the event.
***
ELAINE LEVIN CHAP-
TER, CARIH, will meet

group of '68 Soviet Jewish
immigrants whose job train-
ing included • clerical skills
and learning air conditioner
and refrigeration installa-
tions were placed in jobs
within two months after
completing the courses last
Dec. 12, according to a re-
port by the Jewish Employ-
ment and . Vocational Serv-
ice,

Adele aerniak

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Adele Cherniak and Step-
hen Paul Stocker were mar-
ried in a recent ceremony
conducted by Rabbi Harold
S. Loss of Temple Israel.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cher-
niak of Warren. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Stocker of
Detroit. -
Carol Marheine was maid
of honor. Bridesmaids were
Roberta Wander and Rose
Cherniak, sisters of the
bride. John Enfinert was
best man. Ushers were
Gary Cherniak, brother of
the bride, and Melvin Na-
tinsky.
Marla Wander and Kevin
Wander were flower' girl
and ring bearer, respective-
ly.
Following a Florida hon-
eymoon, the couple will live
in Rochester.

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