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March 24, 1978 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-24

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the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. Breakfast
will be served, followed by a
meeting at which reports
from President Donna
Green's trip to Israel will be
read. Senior. Vice President
Dianna Joffe and Ruth
Weiss, junior vice president,
will give reports. For infor-
mation, call the JWV office,
559-5680.
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BLOCH-ROSE POST
AND AUXILIARY will
hold a general membership
meeting 8:15 p.m. Tuesday
at the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. There will
be an election of officers and
plans for a party for the pa-
tients at Battle Creek Hos-
pital will be discussed.
Spouses are invited. For in-
formation, call the presi-
dent, Muriel Smith, 547-
0804, or the JWV office,
559-5680.

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(Business Briefs

MORTON ZIEVE, Chocolate Matza
board chairman of Simons
Balls for Pesach
Michelson Zieve, Inc., was
elected to the board of direc-
NEW YORK — Barton's
tors of the Inter-Market As- Candy Corp. announces its
sociation of Advertising new feature for Passover is
Agencies. chocolate matza balls. The
new candies come in the fol-
* a *
lowing flavors: French truf-
JIM AUGUST, execu-
fle,
continental marzipan,
tive vice president of Yaffee
chocolate fudge and
Stone August, Inc., is the
coconut.
newly-installed president of
Among the regular Bar-
the National Federation of
ton's Passover treats avail-
Advertising Agencies.
able this year are Bar-
* 9 *
tonette miniature choco-
lates, nut and fruit assort-
BOSS GOLDSTEIN
Prize Winner
ment, seder mints, TV
Former Detroiters Dr.
MIFFLINTOWN,
Pa.

munch,
chocolate matzot,
and Mrs. Sidney Goldstein
of Sunnyvale, Calif., an- Joseph N. Katz, founder and seven layer cake, honey
chairman
of
Empire
Kosher
cake,
petits
fours, mandel
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Rosalie Poultry, Inc., has been bread and cookies.
named
"Man
of
the
Indus-
Barton's products are
Faith, to Stephen Michael
Stillman, son of Mr. and try" by the Retail Kosher produced under the super-
Mrs. Eva Stillman of Los Butchers Association, ac- vision of the Union of Or-
cording to Hyman Blum, as- thodox Congregations of
Angeles.
America.
Miss Goldstein was sociation president.
•• •
graduated from San Jose
State University and is a
master's degree candidate
in rehabilitation counseling
at California State Univer-
sity at Los Angeles. Her
fiance earned a bachelor's
degree at the University of
California at Los Angeles
and master's degree at
Stanford University. He is a
doctoral candidate in
mathematics at UCLA.
An August wedding is
planned.

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MISS SINGER
Mr. and Mrs. Milford
Singer of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Vicki Jill, to
Neil Franklin Bretan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bre-
tan of Miami, Fla.
Miss Singer is a junior at
the University of Michigan
School of Nursing. Her
fiance was graduated from
Georgetown University
School of Foreign Service
and is a junior at the U-M
law school.
A May wedding is plan-
ned.

Men'sClubs

BNAI MOSHE Men's
Club will present a collec-
tion of books to representa-
tives of Mercy College of De-
troit and the Henry Ford
Centennial Library at the
men's club's annual Shebat
service 9:30 a.m. April 1 in
the synagogue. The books
will be added to the collec-
tion started by the men's
club to disseminate infor-
mation about Israel.

Jeffrey Wachter of David Wachler and Sons Crea-
tive Jewelers received the Diamonds Today Award
for 1978 in New York City at a competition sponsored
by De Beers Consolidated Mines, Ltd. Wachter won
the award for an earring design. Presenting the
award to Wachler is Joan Parker, a representative of
De Beers.

Adat Shalom Sisterhood Sets
Two-Day Donor Fund Raising

Adat Shalom Synagogue
Sisterhood will hold its an-
nual donor activity April 9
and 10 in the synagogue.
Theme of the donor program
is "The Many Faces of
Woman — The Many Facets
of Man."
The donor will open at
7:30 p.m. April 9 with a con-
tinental festival and mar-
ket in addition to a men's
fashion show. A boutique
arcade also will be featured.
The sisterhood gift shop also
will be open.
The April 10 activities
will begin at 10 a.m. with a
photo history, "The Camera
of My Family," presented by
author Catherine, Hanf No-
ren. Boutiques will be open
and an international lunc-
heon will be served at 12:30
p.m. There is a charge for
the luncheon.
A fashion show, enti-
tled a "European Fan-
tasy" will follow lunc-_
heon. Proceeds will be-

nefit sisterhood youth
projects, scholarships to
Camp Ramah, visits to
nursing homes, adult
education, the synagogue
and other causes.
Sisterhood president is
Sonia Knopper. Claudia
Gold is donor chairman.
Members of the steering
committee include Susan
Bindes, Harriet Dunsky,
Anne Helfman, Geri Bot-
win, Ann Benderoff, Rose
Liss, Joan Rosenbloom,
Shirley Locke, Sandy Lor-
ence, Celia Schwartz, Ruth
Charlotte
Newman,
Elaine
Nussbaum,
Rosenblatt and Sharon
Sukenic.
For information, call Ar-
lene Klein at the
synagogue, 851-5106.

Charles,
Lake
A
Louisiana law makes it il-
legal to let a rain puddle
remain in your front yard
for more than 12 hours. '

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