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January 05, 1962 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-05

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dinner and entertainment by of Gloria Woolman, 21941 Mar-
members of a professional dance low, Oak Park.
• • •
studio will be featured. Mrs. Sol
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Bienenfeld, GR 42382, is in
Women, will hold a paid-up
charge of program.
• • •
membership luncheon 12:30
C HA NA CZENESH CHAP- GATION SISTERHOOD will hold the Coolidge School, 30500 Cur-
JUNIOR PRIMROSE- CLUB p.m. Wednesday at the home of
TER, Pioneer Women, will hold its third annual paid-up member- tis, Livonia, announces President will hold a business meeting Mrs. Frieda Metz, 18279 Griggs.
a membership luncheon 12:30 ship party 8:30 p.m. Monday at Mrs. Sam Burnstein. A buffet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the home
More Clubs, Page 19
p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Morris Freidman, 19931
Sussex. Chairman of the day is
Gladys Kaminer. Guest speaker,
will be Irving Zeitliri, assistant
director of the Sholem Aleichom
Institute. His topic will be "The
Life and Work of Martin Buber."
Hostesses will be Mildred Gel-
fand, Helen Rosenshine and
Edith Silverman.
* *
MAIONIDES MEDICAL SOCI-
ETY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
wikhold a board meeting 12:15
p.m. Jan. 15 at the home of Mrs.
E. Skully, 19190 Berkley. Co-
. hostesses will be Mesdames J.
Dubin, P. Fraiberg, C. Gitlin, A.
Goldberg, W. Silver and M.
Witus.
* * *
96" Contemporary, Sofa.
CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK
Two foam rubber seat
SISTERHOOD, celebrating Jew-
SAVE UP TO ONE HALF ON A TRULY OUTSTANDING COLLECTION OF
: ish Music Month„ will present
cushions, four spring
THE
NATION'S FINEST. SHOWROOM AND G A L L E R Y PIECES NOW
Cantor Jacob Sonenklar, Cantor
down back cushion s.
and Mrs. Reuven Frankel, Betty
DRASTICALLY REDUCED FOR IMMEDIATE CLEARANCE.
Custom covered in fus-
Kowalsky, pianist, and Jerome
chia-toned decorator fab-
Choose from these leading names: Heritage, Morganton, TomlinsOn, Paul
Stasson, violinist, in "An After-
ric.
' noon of Jewish Music" at its
McCobb, Custom Craft, Drexel, Fancher, Jamestown Royal and many others.
Usually $399.00
paid-up membership luncheon
Now $298.00
12:30 p.m. Monday at the syna-
Because of sharp reductions, lay-aways cannot be accepted. AU merchandise sold as shown. Sales
are final. Since most groups and items are one-of-a-kind, all purchases are subject to prior sale.
gogue. The program will inolude
Israeli, Yiddish and • liturgical
Brown-Jordan Four-Piece
music, according to President
Mrs. Davis Benson. For reserva-
All-Weather Casual Col-
LaGallerie Collection Ar-
Collection of Contempor-
Paul McCobb Contem-
Early American Dining
tions, call Mrs. Henry Auslander,
lection. Includes 48"
ary Barrel Chairs. Pol-
moire. Finished in dis-
porary Oversize "Papa"
Room Collection by Mon-
BR 3-8570, or Mrs. Nathan
hammered - glass, trian-
tressed pecan. Lattice
ished walnut frame.
itor. Nationally a dv e r-
Chair with matching ot-
Greenhouse, TO 7-7793. Chair-
gular-shoped dining table
man of the day is Mrs. Joseph
work door treatment.
Raspberry antique satin
toman. Royal blue-tur-
tised. Includes unusual
with three matching bas-
Deutch.
Usually $299.50
upholstery. Foam rubber
quoise striped f a b r i c.
66" antique white side-
ket weave lounge chairs.
* * *
cushioned. Only three to
Now $166.00
Chair and ottoman:
board with red panelled
Usually
$353.85
CONG. AHAVAS ACHIM SIS-
sell. -
matching hutch, 44" x
Usually $388.00
Now $198.00
TERHOOD will be host to the
Usually $239.00 ea.
66" oval - shaped table
Now
$266.00
Men's Club 8:30 p.m. Monday at
extending
to
78",
two
Now
$144.00 ea.
the synagogue. Rabbi Milton
25% OFF
matching side chairs and
Arm will be featured in a preS-
106" Transitional Decor-
Special Group of
two matching arm chairs.
entation- e riVt i t l e d "Ask the
25% OFF
Woodard Chantilly Rose
ator Sofa. Four foam rub-
Seven pieces.
Rabbi." Program chairman is
Accessories, Pictures
Tidewater Collection
Collection Four - Piece
ber seat cushions and
' Mrs.,BernardWhiteman. Friends
- Usually $958.00
and
by
Morganton
Casual
Ensemble.
C
o
n-
four semi-attached, pil-
are invited.

ID-WINTER CLEARANCE

lire

to

0

aR

SAVE UP TO 50%

arK0 -1

K.

DETROIT JUNIOR CHAPTER,
Jewish National Horne at Den-
ver, announces a benefit showing
of "The Miracle Worker" will be
held Jan. 29 at the Shubert The
ater. For reservations, call Mrs.
Arnold Schafer, LI 1-5094, or
Mrs. Marshall .Lowenstein, LI
7-2558.
* * *
ROSENWALD LADIES AUX-
ILIARY, American Legion, will
meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Beth Yehuda, 17556 Wyoming.
* * *
ADAS SHALOM SISTER-
: HOOD will ho'd a donor rally
noon Monday at the synagogue,
announces, President Mrs. Sol
Hammerstein. Lawrence Lueks,
Michigan area director of the
American Jewish Committee,
will speak on 'What Creative
Hobbies Can Do for You." Eva
Hending will demonstrate china
painting and members' handi-
work will be on display. Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel will lead com-
munity singing. Prizes will also
highlight the affair and a dessert
luncheon will be served. Friends
are invited.

*

*

HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a victory
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Hayim Greenberg Center.
Freda Leemon, president of Pio-
neer Women's Council, will ,be
featured speaker. In charge of
the event are Edith Lompert,
Mary Rose, Ceil Janower, Gus
Hines and Sally Stockman. For
reservations, call Edith Lempert,
UN 1-1701.
* * *
DAVID HORODOKER YOUNG
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION -will
hold a games party Thursday
evening at Holiday Manor. Mrs.
J. Speelberg and Mrs. M. Berk
are chairmen of the affair. For
information, call Mrs. J. Fried-
man, UN 1-6793. Proceeds will
go to needy families here and
in Israel.

*

4:

LIVONIA JEWISH CONGRE-

Choice of 18th Cen-
tury mahogany dining
room, bedroom and
occasional pieces. Re-
duced for immediate
clearance. Floor
- samples only.

low-bock cushions. Emer-
ald green silk_fabric. Ful-
ly kick pleated.

Usually $724.00

Now $42

Kow $558.00

sists of lounge chair,
spring base ch .'

ennsylvania House Am-

33 1/3% OFF

Royal
!tiniest°
French rovinci
Up

French Provinci

Dropleaf Servi

agon.

with
Extends to
"
tilled door
leaves u
ves easily on
detail.
casters. --
Shep

An ext
rdinary col
lectio
f sofas, lov
seats, ounge ch
and
casional c
in
ariety of a
tiv fabrics an
col-
or

sually $264.08

ow $198.00

Fancher Collect

tion seven-piece dining

Finish Dining Room. n=
dudes 64" buffet
se,
42"x60" oval t •
ex-
tending to 94"
d four
matching
chairs.

tor's finish on solid
cherry. Includes 64" buf-

Drexel Transitional

fet b ith crown la
bre
top, 4
oval ex sion
Queer
nne
ail,
96 .
hree
thing side chai s and
one matching arm chair.
Seven pieces.

wdee-blue flat-
falor'ic.' Fully kick
d. Two -

Us

hair. "T"-Cush-

A

00
$598.00

ea.

Pair of 66" Contem-

Handsome
turquoise lime tone - hor-
izontally striped fabric.

porary Sofas.

Seats six comfortably.
Foam rubber seats and
backs.

casional Cha

four, Oil walnut finis
with Siamese-pink fabric,
Foam . cushioned. Only

- 20% OFF
HERITAGE

Sofas and Chairs

Choice of traditional,
contemporary and
Italian Provincial
stylings.

Usually $499.00 ea.

Now $298:00 ea.

four to sell.

Usually $144.00 ea.

Pennsylvania House Solid

Now $98.00 ea.

Traditional Lady's

Lounge Chair.. Antique

white satin fabric. Tuft-
ed back. Foam rubber
cushioned. Fully kick
pleated. One only.

Fancher Collector's

Group French Provincial



finish with brushed' gold
trim. 66" - triple dresser
base• and shaped miri-or.
Chest-on-chest, continen-
tal. headboard with two
bed frames and a pair of .
matching grill-door niglit
stands. Six pieces.

Usually $199.00

Now $98.00

Cherry American Ances-

t r y Bedroom Grouping.

Includes 82" high, elev-
en-drawer pediment top
highboy chest, twin stor-

age nightstands with
matching twin mirrors, -
and full-size bed.

Usually $878.95

Now $498.00

TRIANGLE

Usually $1,354.95

- Now $744.00

Hy $886.80

ow $498.00

Usually $189.00 e

Now $1

dation

-

Latallerie Five- Piece

BIRMINGHAM GALLERY

128 S. WOODWARD, JUST SOUTH OF MAPLE

OPEN DAILY 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Bedroom Grouping in dis-

Friday Evening Until 9 p.m

.

American Design Foun-

dation Con t em p orary

Oiled Walnut Dining

Room with accents of in-
laid rosewood. Includes
42" x 74" boat-shaped
extension table opening
to 137" with three
leaves, four high - back
dining room side chairs
and a 661/2" sideboard.

Decorator selected. Out-
standing turquoise - on - .
white quilted fabric. 'In-
cludes pair of matching
arm bolsters.
_

tressed pecan wood. In-
cludes 67" dresser base,
matching framed mirror,
two oversize storage corm:
modes and continental
headboard with two bed
frames. Five-piece group.

Usually $977.00

Usually $631.95

Usually $118.00 ea.

Usually $179.00 ea.

Usually $1,299.00

Now $588.00

Now $388.00

Now $79.00 ea.

Now $98.00 ea.

Now $733.00

90" Traditional Sofa.

n

French Provincial Ch ry

Amen

Bedroom. Chateau White

Unusual Antiques

erican Ancestry Collec-

room group. New Collec-

Dixon Powdermak

PHONE MI 6-0323

A Pair of Open Back Dec-

A

orator Styled Occasibnal

Lounge Chairs.

Chairs.

C.4

,

.

• * * *

-

Textured orange

fabric.

Pair of Contemporary

Exposed

polished walnut frame -.
Textured orange fabric.

SR

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