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October 16, 1981 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-16

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Detroit Chapter to Benefit
Hadassah Medical Complex

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Heading up the "Bid for Life Auction." sponsored
by the Metropolitan Detroit Chapter of Hadassah,
are, from left: Sylvia Harvith, Leah Snider, Phyllis
Newman and Ettie Randleman.

With your own personal message in,
a colorful joyous display of huge .
helium filled balloons.
Delivered by tuxedo suited
messengers.
Party decorating and special events.

A 1926 Model T, balloon
rides, sculptures, paintings
and gourmet dinners are
among the items that will
be auctioned off at the Grea-
ter Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah "Bid for Life Auc-
tion" 8 p.m. Nov. 7 at the
C.B. Charles Galleries, 825
Woodward, Bloomfield
Hills. The auction will cul-
minate with a petite buffet.
Proceeds from the event
will be used to purchase a
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in Israel.
Phyllis Newman and
Leah Snider, auction co-
chairmen, have announced
that Rose Meskin will be
chairman of the silent auc-
tion that will proceed simul-
taneously with the "live"
auction. There will be two
special preview days, Nov. 5
and 6 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
C.B. Charles Galleries.

Mina Roberts and
Dodie Schlesinger are
ticket co-chairmen, Ettie
Handleman and Sylvia
Harvith are acquisition
co-chairmen. Other
committee members in-
clude Lil Kaufman, Merle
Solway, Sue Kaufman,
Annette Serling, Marge
Saulson, Sylvia Reizen
and Beverly Frank.

For information and tic-
kets, call the Hadassah of-
fice, 357-2920.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Marriages

Gail Busch and Louis H.
Katz were married recently

in Lovelock. Nev. The bride
is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Busch of Chal-
font, Pa. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph S. Katz of
Southfield. The bridegroom
earned a BFA degree from
the Kansas City Art Insti-
tute, where the new Mrs.
Katz is a senior.
• • •
Sandra Lynn Fertel and
Keith Aaron Reich were
married recently at Cong.
Bnai David. Rabbi Morton
F. Yolkut and Cantor
Hyman J. Adler officiated.
The bride is the daugher of
Mr. and Mrs. Max E. Fertel
of Oak Park. Parents of the
bridegroom are Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph C. Reich of
Lathrup Village.
Judy Fertel was her sis-
ter's maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Renee Reich,
sister of the bridegroom,
Gayle Soloway, Lisa Evans
and Nancy Gorelick. Junior
bridesmaids were Julianna
Fertel and Rebecca Ann
Gutman.
Michael Reich was his
brother's best man. Ushers
were the bride's brothers,
Howard and David Fertel,
the bridegroom's brother,
Kenneth Reich and Louis
Chess and Robert
Goldschmidt.
The new Mrs. Reich
earned a degree in phar-
macy from the University of
Michigan. Her husband at-
tends the Kirksville College
of Osteopathy in Kirksville,
Mo., where the couple re-
side.

Sinai Hospital Guild to Host
• Free Health Day at Center

The Sinai Hospital Guild
I
✓ is sponsoring a free health
education day Sunday at
a. the main Jewish Commun-
JK
ity Center.
A series of lectures, de-
monstrations and displays
will begin at noon and con-
tinue until 5 p.m.
Members of the Sinai
Hospital professional staff
will present lectures on var-
ious health related topics.
These include: "Diets, Fads
and Fancies"; "New Treat-
ments in Depression";
"Exercise in the Rehabilita-
tion and Prevention of
Heart Disease"; "Stress and
Our Lifestyle"; "Parenting
Your Parents"; "Oh My
Aching Back"; "Holistic
Medicine — a Renaissance
of Importance"; and "The
Role of the Father and
Specific Father Substi-
tutes."

Two two-hour classes
in cardiopulmonary re-
suscitation will be of-
fered, with participants
having the opportunity to
earn a Heart Saver card.

Free blood pressure and
skin fold measurement tests
will be available through-
out the afternoon.
In conjunction with Bnai
Brith Women and the gene-
tic counseling clinic of
Henry Ford Hospital, Sinai
is also offering screening for
Tay-Sachs disease.

A donation is requested
for the Tay-Sachs test.

l"ree bus transporta-
tion will be provided
from the Morris Branch
of the Jewish Center in
Oak Park. Buses leave
Oak Park at 11:30 a.m.
and 1:30 p.m., and leave
the West Bloomfield
Center for the return trip
at 3:30 and 5:30 p.m.

Seating is limited for
some of the lectures. For
more information, contact
the Sinai Hospital Guild,
493-5300.

Business
Briefs _

Andrew L. Camden has
been appointed vice presi-
dent of the trust division of
National Bank of Detroit.
• • •
Applegate Square will
celebrate its third anniver-
sary Saturday with sales
and specials. Doughnuts
and apples will be available.
Hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

One of unblemished an-
cestry should not be put at
the head of a congregation.
For if a leader becomes too
proud, it is good to be able to
say to him, "Look back and
see whence you came!"
—Yehozadek

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