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October 14, 1960 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October r4, 2960 —

20

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Return From West
Indies lioneynioon

Sid Shmarak's

Business Briefs

EVE MEISTER, dramatic arts
teacher, is beginning her 15th
season teaching drama to chil-
dren 8-16. She can be reached
at TO 8-8651.
* *
HERITAGE ANTIQUE GAL-
LERIES, 18400 Woodward, re-
cently opened with many exhibits
of fine, rare collector items of art
glass, fur n i t u r e, bric-a-brac,
oriental rugs and paintings. Ap-
praisals and liquidations on re-
quest. They can be reached at TO
9-2120.

f

WARTELL

o

lach became
bert Wartell
ny performed
Schorr at the
ercy Park in New

ANSWERING

VE 7-67

of the couple are Mr.
Wallach, 150
n
N. Y., and
Fayette, Sy
ell, 13125
Mrs. Irving
Woods.
floor-length
organdy. The
n of s -•
fashioned with a
neckline and short tap
riss em-
were
a lace. • atin b
and
appliqued on the fro
gaudy
chapel train of the
it was
ir O . - -ngth
of seed
eld
ouquet of
arl
'hit
Madeleine A. and
. Wallach were maids of
honor. Stephen Fishman was
best m- Michael Gale of
an

Sheldon Rot

and his

KEY-NOTES

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AT NO ADDITIONAL CO

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Announces Resale Shop

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Or Stop in At

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Offer good October 16 thru 21

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Sol I. Littman, regional direc-
tor of the Bnai Brith Anti-
Defamation League, will discuss
the "Carver School Situation" at
a meeting of IVAN S. BLOCH
CHAPTER, 8:30 p.m., Thursday,
at Workmen's Circle Center,
18340 W. Seven Mile. A question
and answer period will follow,





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or

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GEORGE G HW C
TER invites a
e ers and
guests to a regular
p.m. Wednesday at its new o-
cation, the Workmen's Circle
Center, 18340 W. Seven Mile. A
special "This Is Your Life" pro-
gram will be presented in honor
of a member. For information
or transportation, call Mrs. Ruth
Tackel, president, DI 1-5242, or
Mrs. Sid Cricow, program chair- 1
man, EL 6-1287.
I
*
Mrs. David Cohen will revie
"Love and Knishes" a
monthly membership
SI-
NESS AND PRO
ONAL
CHAPTER, 8:30
-., Tuesday
at Beth Joseph S
gogue, 18450
Wyoming. Refr ments will be
served.

The annual special sale of
• , the
the
De-
g project of
1 • Section National Cou il
of Jewish Women, will be h d
Oct. 20-22.
le
A pecial review - day
be
mbers
for oun
esale
Wedne y. Th
rner of
ocat, at t
Sh i
d and is
and F •
r
1.
to 5 p.m.
en fro
hursday from 9
d
0 8:30 p.m,
Featured will be sale-
designer clothes for women,
quality clothes for men and
children, furniture, antiques
A BBYO pr
am will
and many other items.
twed at the Oc per
of
ALBERT D. T
E
AP-
TER, 8:15 p.m., Tu
he
Youth Organization office,
W. Seven Mile. Earl Yaillen,
BBYO regional director, will be
guest speaker, and members of
Israel-ettes BBG will participate.
Refreshments will be served.

DARBY

• Vi

Bnai Brith Activities

WHAT EVERY BRIDE
SHOULD KNOW , .

Vaccaty
ioni-E Te linE
po irE
a ry-Wo
p
ke-

is a re

the

meeting, and members will serve
as models. Guests and prospec-
tive members are invited. Re-
SHIRLEY ROTHENBERG and refreshments will be served. freshments will be served.
CHAPTER, Bnai Brith Women, Members and guests a
will conduct its first bake sale to attend.
a
the
of the season beginning 9 a.m.
fect Affair .
Sunday at both the House of
y amuel S. Sil-
Foods on Seven Mile Rd. and a
ein, R
lica
Demo-
the Dexter Devison Market
cratic Congres
Oak Park. Cindy Linden is cha
gell will
at a
and His Orchestra
man of the fund-raising.
Rabbi
UN 3-3737
*
*
,
rednes-
TIKVAH LODGE will hold a day, a • le Hayim Greenberg
"Jewish Music Night," featuring, Center. Refre ill be
Cantor Reuven Frankel, asso- featured
ciate cantor of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, 8:30 p.m., Thursday, at
L-FOX BOWLIN
Cong. Beth Joseph, 18450 Wyo-
invites all Bnai Brith
For fine color movies
ming. Members and friends ar
viers to join its sessio
9
p.m. eac
invited to attend. Refreshme
ody
of your wedding
Lanes. F in
o
will be served.
BR
2-1584.
Call
An Italian-style dinner wi
ALBERT EINSTE
AP-
served at the annual pai
TER will•• •
regular
membership dinner of ISRA
p.m., Wednesday
CHAPTER at 6:30 p.m. Monday_
at the Hayim Greenberg Center. at Cong. Mishkan Israel, 14000
Games and prizes especially for W. Nine Mile, Oak Park. A
new members will be featured.
Dues can be paid at the door.
For information, call retentio
chairman, Mrs. Bert
7-9185, or Mrs.
erman,
Koshe Meat & Poultry Market
president. K
47.
* *
OUR ME
AND POULTRY ARE GOVERNMENT
The •
VICE C MMITTEE
ARME
FORCES ND VET-
ECTE
GRADED CHOKE AND "AAA" PRIME.

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will pre
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d enterta•
UR DAILY SUPER SPECIAL POSTED PRICES
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UN 1-7237
bergare wi •
ames
— FREE DELIVERY —
Katz,•Sam Zieman, Charles Gold-
Under Strict Supervision of The Vaad Harabonim
stein, Sherman Goldman, Benja-
min Lusky, Elliot Weberand and
Jerry Lipman. Applications for
the Search for Talent are still
being accepted at the Metropoli-
tan Bnai Brith Office, 19186
James Couzens. Those who apply
should state name, age,
telephone and type o
in-
went specialty. Au
s will be
lbs
,

held once a mo
for amateur
veterans hosp
entert 4 ers.
ne and Grind Fish Free
We Skin,
Trophies will
awarded
top three win
s.
at

ckey Woolf

Classified ads bring fast results!

Dinner at

fashion show will follow

Clean
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