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September 10, 1965 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-10

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Poale-Zion's Branch 3,
Avronin Group to Honor
Author Sydney Raizman

A joint meeting of Branch 3,
Poale-Zion and Avronin Branch 79,
Farband, will be held 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
This special meeting is in honor
of member Sydney Raizman, 18674
Freeland, author of a new Yiddish
novel, "Lebens In Sturm" (Lives
in Storm), published in Israel.
The novel describes life in the
Brazil Jewish colony during the
last century. Raizman has written
many articles of the life of the
Jewish people in Brazil.
Benjamin M. Laikin, chairman of
Branch 3, and Louis Rosenberg,
chairman of Branch 79, invite
guests to the meeting. Refresh-
ments will be served.

DRAPERIES

"The Joint Program Plan for
Jewish Community Relations, 1965-
66," prepared by the National
Among the guests who attended the wedding of Kathryn Marton Community Relations Advisory
and Robert Tarnow were Senator and Mrs. Patrick McNamara of Council (NCRAC), has been re-
Washington, D.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marton and their children ceived by the Jewish Community
from Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. Farkas and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schwim- Council of Metropolitan Detroit
mer, with their children from Chicago; Mr and Mrs. Maurice Jacobs and is currently being distributed
from Northport, L.I.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Siegal of Toronto; and the to members of the Council's stand-
great uncle of the bride, Jacob Efraim of Columbus, 0.
ing committees.
Published annually, the Joint
Cited for his performance with the honor band at the Michigan
State Fair last Friday was Norman Letvin, 17585 Parkside, a clarinetist Plan represents the results of
at Cass Tech. He was presented with a plaque by Cleighton Melin, NCRAC consultations, involving
driector of music at the fair.
the eight national agency mem-
bers and the 78 local Jewish com-
munities affiliated with the
NCRAC.
The NCRAC publication pro-
vides background material, discus-
sion and recommendations in
"Book, Bell and Candle" might
Another first time exhibitor will
several areas of concern of Jewish
well be the theme of the 14th De- be "Candles to Burn," from Law-
communities. These include
troit Antique Show-Sale 1-10 p.m. renceburg, Indiana. Owner Max-
Thursday, Sept. 18 and 1 9 p.m. ine Kissam makes several hun-
Sept. 19 at the Light Guard Ar- dred candles a year, from bay-
mory, 4400 East Eight Mile.
berry and beeswax, which are
Exhibiting for the first time at marketed across the nation under
the show, will be Westlake's Book the company name of Casa Gomax.
Store, from St. Joseph, Mich.,
Music
The bayberry candles are made
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bringing one of the largest collec- in 100-year-old molds, whereas the
tions of old, rare books and maga- beeswax are merely rolled into
zines in the country. There are slim delicate columns. These hand-
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books containing advice for bach- made candles of all sizes, shapes
elors, single girls, housewives; and scents will be available at the
recipes from the frontier and spe- show, and Mrs. Kissam will ar- a
cial Creole dishes; cures and treat- range a stunning table decoration
li
ments for everything from gun- of antiques and candles, if a cus-
shot wounds and broken limbs to tomer so wishes.
headaches and a cold.
Show manager, Ervin A. Stein- C3
Things Antiques, of Detroit, has
er,
Jr., reports that this largest
recently acquired a collection of
sheep and cow bells dating back antique show in the midwest is
to the late 1800s. The bells are of sure to have something of interest B
brass and come in graduated sizes to every member of the family.
and would make fine additions to The General Store will feature
ropes of licorice, candy sticks,
any collection.
h o r eh oun d, English lavender
mints, spearmint leaves and old
fashion cremes which will delight
everyone from 6 to 60.

Rare Books, Bells, Candles Featured
at Antique Show Opening Thursday

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With Decorator Fold
Removed, Measured and
Rehung to Your Satisfaction

Commercial — Residential

Phone for Free Estimates

YOUNG'S
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Fitting & Finishing by
Expert Corsetierre

MOORE'S

CORSET SHOP

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Green-8 Center Only !

Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.

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Sam Fields will set up his
"Little Greenwich Village" with
artists on hand to make carica-
tures or pastel portraits. Fields
says that these portraits make
wonderful gifts, are unique and
will last a lifetime.

Thefe will be many dealers ex- B
hibiting for the first time in this
area, as well as many who will be
exhibiting in their fourteenth De-
troit Antique Show-Sale.

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Brevities

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"MEDIATION: CATALYST TO
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING," a
seven-part series of half-hour tele-
vision films made recently by the
Federal Mediation and Concilia-
tion Service in cooperation with B
Oregon State 'University, will be
presented on Channel 2 at 1:30
p.m. starting Sept. 19.
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A CERAMIC ARTS and CRAFTS
HOBBY SHOW will be held Sept.
24-26 in the Community Arts B
Building on the Michigan State
Fair Grounds.
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Entertainment

Open Sunday 12 to 5 p.m.

Litxwy Townhouses
For Lease

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Girdles, $1.50 up
Brassieres, $1.00 up
Nylon Petticoats, $1.29

Suburban

8914 W. 7 Mile Rd.
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NOW OPEN

We invite all "Yiddishe
Mamas" to shop here for
Girdles, Brassieres and Lin-
gerie:

SAM BARNETT

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church-state problems such as
Bible reading in the public schools,
humane slaughter legislation;
federal aid to education, inter-
Sefnitism, Arab boycott and im-
religious relationships, Soviet anti-
migration reforms.

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Community Council Gets NCRAC Program Plan

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The privacy of a home —
The convenience of an apartment
Two-car Garage with electronic operator. Every
room opens unto an enclosed Patio. Each House
is separate and air conditioned. Natural Fire-
place—Walk-in closets. All utilities except elec-
tric. Hotpoint appliances including Dishwasher.
Ten Mile Rd., Greenfield area.
Shown by appointment, LI 2-0436

HARDING
SQUARE

Brown B
Suede
Suit
with El

THE SHEIK will renew his boil- B
ing feud with Israeli champion
MARK LEWIN in the feature bout
on the all-star wrestling show at
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Cobo Arena Saturday.

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Opossum

"WHO'S AFRAID OF VIR-
GINIA WOOLF?" Edward Albee's
emotion-packed c o m e d y-drama
about two couples in a dusk-to-
dawn, no holds-barred binge, rings
down the curtain on Northland B
Playhouse's tenth session. The
play, which runs through Sunday,
stars stage, screen and TV actress
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Shelley Winters.

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Origin of
Fur, Australia

Black (dyed) opossum
joins the fashion
whirl in an appropriate
manner—it literally
swirls around your
neck, down the front
at the hemline of
genuine suede suit
this chocolate brown
coat. Yi length shows
just a hint of the
matching slim skirt.
8 to 12.

* * *

The Adult Education Division of
THE DETROIT BOARD of EDU-
CATION has announced that the
fall term REAL ESTATE CLASS
will commence 7 p.m. Monday and
continue for 12 weeks at Henry
Ford High Schood. The course will
be of special value to those tak-
ing exams for their salesmen or
brokers licenses.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 10, 1965-23

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