ADAS SHALOM SISTER - RODIN CLUB will hold a des-
HOOD will present Martin E. sert luncheon meeting 1 p.m.
Citrin in a review of Bernard Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Malamud's "A New Life" as the Harry Milgrom, 18400 Wooding-
third in a series of book re- ham.
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views, 10 a.m. Tuesday, an-
nounce Mrs. Philip Helfman EQUALITY CLUB will meet
and Mrs. Joseph Katchke, chair- Wednesday at the home of A.
men of the series. A continen- Trachtenberg, 8803 W. Seven
tal breakfast will be served Mile.
under the direction of Mes-
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dames Earl Gould and Abe Mor-
CHANA CZENESH , CHAP-
rison. Ticket chairmen are Mrs. TER, Pioneer Women, .will meet
Phillip Langwald, UN 3-6127, 12:30 p.m. Monday at the Hayim
and Mrs. Harry Portner. Citrin Greenberg Center, announces
is a past president of Temple Gladys Kaminer, program chair-
Israel Youth, a past president
Bill Goode, assistant co-
of the Detroit Oil Men's Club, man.
ordinator - of industrial labor
a vice president of the Citrin
Oil Co., a member of the board relations at Wayne State Uni-
of directors of the Jewish Corn- versity, will speak on "Civil
munity Council and was a mem- Rights." Hostesses will be Fanny
ber of the advisory board of Starr and E m m a Nathanson.
Western Michigan University. Guests are invited.
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He is a recipient of the Detroit
BUSINESS A N D PROFES-
League of Jewish Women's
SIONAL GROUP, Hadassah, will
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hold a general meeting -8:15 p.m.
NORTHWEST CHILD RES- Wednesday at Hadassah House,
CUE WOMEN will hold its an- announces President Mar t h a
nual paid-up membership lunch- Winget. The film, "Fifty Miracle
eon Tuesday at Kenwood Lounge. Minutes," will be shown, ac-
Games will be featured. The cording to Helen Kass, program
regular monthly meeting will be chairman. Mrs. William Levin of
held Jan. 18 at the home of Mrs. the Jewish National Fund will
Sam Kossack, 18622 Kentucky. speak on "Freedom Forest." A
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social hour will follow. Guests
CONG. BNAI MOSHE SIS- are invited.
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TERHOOD will hold an Oneg
Shabbat 2 p.m. Saturday at the
DETROIT MOTHERS C 0 M -
synagogue, it was anounced by MITTEE of the Batei Avot Or-
Mrs. Jerome Lechner, chairman. phans Home in Bnai Brak, Israel,
A program starring Dena Mar- has elected a slate of officers
golis will be presented. Re- With Mrs. Isadoie Levin as pres-
freshments' will be served.
ident. Others are Mesdames P.
S mansky, Joshua Sperka,
PURITY CHAPTER, Order Walter Epstein and L. Honig-
of the Eastern Star, will hold man, vice presidents; Sam Stul-
evening at Eurea Temple, 111 berg, treasurer; William Klay-
W. Seven_ Mile Rd., Announces man, secretary; and Wolf Cohen,
Maida Krause, worthy matron. Milton Winston, Arthur Selmar,
A beauty demonstration will Morris Posner, Sholom Flam-and
follow. Refreshments will be Israel Schwartz, board members.
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AVODAH CHAPTER, Pi6neer
JEWISH HOME FOR AGED Women, will hold its annual
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will p a i d-up membership luncheon
meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at Holi- 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home
day Manor, 18641 Wyoming. of Mrs. Albert Herman, 23550
The Jewish Center Theatre Gardner, Oak Park. Co-hostesses
Group will present a program are Mrs. R. Gemza and _Mrs. B.
of entertainment, according to Mostyn. A supper and games
President Mrs. Ja an. party will be held Jan. 20 at
Jericho Hall. For tickets, call
s. Mostyn, chairman, UN
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meet noon Mon-
ay Manor. Dessert
XILIARY will hold a lunch-
ed. The Jewish Cen- e meeting 12:15 p.m. Jan. 23
ers will hi
Ranucci's announces Presi-
t Mrs. Sol Grossman. The
ocation will be delivered by
rs. Ezra Lipkin.
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WORKMEN'S CIRCLE WOM-
EN'S DIVISION will hold a
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Monday at
home of Mrs. Hy Lipsitz,
nds 23650 Radclift, Oak Park, with
go to Mrs. Sydney Guyer at co-hostess.
Mrs. Harry Entin, past presi-
dent, is in charge of the pro-
gram. An "all-day restaurant
affair" will be held Jan. 28 at
the Workmen's Circle Center,
verything to Us
18340 W. Seven Mile, with
meals being served from 1 p.m.
eleA-nie-ia,- , 6 2 - J-:
Must Liquidate All Fur Pieces—During
Our Greatest. ANNUAL FUR . .
Faced with an overly large inven-
tory, we must take action immedf-
- ately! Without delay we must
liquidate all fur creations . . . with
no thought to profit or original
cost ! Make your selection early;
it is not likely that an opportunity
such as this will ever return!
Mink, Alaska Seal, Beaver, Persian,
Broadtail, Chinchilla and Otter .. .
all have been repriced to cost, near
cost and below cost!
Member Master Furriers Guild of America
Furs labeled to show country
of origin of imported furs.
Substantial Reductions from Our Regular Stock
$4,200 NATURAL MINK COATS
*Emba Autumn Haze, Lutitia Dark Ran
*Mutation Mink Breeders Associat'
$1,495 DYED BEAVER
Oyster, Rose Beige,
$1,795 DYED F
$495 AMERICAN BROADTAIL JACKETS
PLUS MANY FURS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
ALL AT SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS
WYAN and HAROLD LANDIS
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NORTHWEST NSHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
3 p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Norman Poss, 19191 Indi-
ana. Guest speaker will be Irv-
ing Schlussel, according to Mrs.
Tzippora Balter, chairman.
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HEBREW LADIES AID
SOCIETY will meet Tuesday at
Holiday Manor. An afternoon
of games to be held in Febru-
ary is being planned by Mes-
dames Helen -Wolfson and Ida
Lisnov. Proceeds will go for
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JUNIOR PRIMROSE will hold
a social meeting 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Stanley Steamer in
Oak Park. A paid-up member-
ship luncheon will be held at
12:30 p.m. Saturday at Jeri's.
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