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May 06, 1966 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-06

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omen's

BETH ABRAHAM SISTERHOOD
will have a Mother's, Day Tea 3
p.m. Saturday in the social hall.
Mrs. Israel Halpern, chairman, has
arranged the program with the
1965 class of Beth Abraham conse-
crants. Participants are Joanne
Blau, Janice Blau, Suellen Chips
Moss, Lynn Farber and Laura
Schon. Rabbi Israel Halpern will
introduce the program and all sis-
terhood officers will serve as host-
esses. Friends invited.
* *
SA'AD, a group of women
dedicated to raising funds for Par-
kinson's Disease research will meet
at the home of Ann Siegel, 18357
Midway, Southfield. Co-host is Ida
Wright. Mrs. Arthur Sofferin, in'
charge of the tribute fund, can be
reached at VE 5-2030.
* *
.
OAKLAND HILLS CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will in-
stall officers at a luncheon 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at Greenfield's
Restaurant, Green - 8 Shopping
Center.
*
CO-OPERATIVE COUNCI L,
League of Jewish Women, will
meet 10 a.m. Thursday at the
home of chairman Mrs. Jules
Sanders, 25876 Pembroke, Hunt-
ington Woods.

SIMON SEZ

How many times have you
seen a carpet advertisement
which de-
clares o n e
of the fol-
to w b
4 0 % off,
5 0 %, 60%
so f , 7 0 %
O f f . Think
for a mo-
ment. Isn't
this a lit- MAX SIMON
tle ridiculous? Anyone with
an ounce of intelligence must
realize that no one can give
such discounts and remain in
business.
I don't care what story they
give. It can't be done. The
old saying "You get what
you pay for," is more true
today than ever before.
Everyone is aware of how
high labor is. I'm positive
everyone is also aware of the
many taxes business has to
pay. Add all the other ex-
penses, such as light, heat,
rent, phones, bookkeeping,
salesmen, trucks and other
necessary equipment, plus
advertising, upkeep and so
on, then one can understand
why profit must be made in
order to stay in business.
In view of the above, can
anyone give ridiculous dis-
tounts? Of course not!
At CARPETS INTERNA-

TIONAL we pride ourselves
on giving the best value
from the greatest selection of

fine Area Rugs and Carpets

in the business. No Dis-
counts! No Seconds! No Dis-

tress stories and other ex-
cuses. Just plain every day
good values at fair prices.
Of course you must come in
through Interior Decorators
or other accounts, and it
might be a little extra ef-
fort but it's well worth it.
Come in and see for yourself,
won't you? Remember it's
CARPETS INTERNATION-
AL for the largest selection
of Area Rugs and Carpets
anywhere.
MAX SIMON
Carpets International
3131 W. McNichols, 864-9145
Open Daily 'till 5:30;
Sat. to 2:30 p.m.

Accents International

3115 W. McNichols, 863-0393

Open Mon. & Fri. to 9 p.m.
Sat. to 2:30 p.m.

CluL

activities

Criterion Club to Install President Sally Sidran

Dinner and dancing will follow
The Criterion Club, a group for
single adults, will install Sally Sid- the program. The public will be
ran as president in ceremonies welcome without need for reser-
6 p.m. Sunday at Pyrros Lounge. vations.
Taking office with Miss Sidran
will be vice presidents, Doris Bar-
ish, Samual Gitt and Gertrude
Edelstein; c o u n s e l o r, William
Free Custom Fitting by
Fleisher; social director, Sara
Experienced Corsetieres
Applebaum; executive secretary,
Bertha Miller; financial secretary,
15842 W. 7 MILE ROAD
Lilyan Rosenblatt; treasurer, Anne
3 Blks. W. of Greenfield
Mondrow; historian, Sid Berman;
Open to 6 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.
and directors, Sam Neff, Violet
BR 3-2509 or VE 7-9783
Ehrlich, Edith Finkel, Sonya Hus-
FREE PARKING !N REAR
ton and Bernard Moss.

SINAI HOSPITAL WOMEN'S
LADIES OF CLEVELAND AND
CHICAGO TELSHE YESHIVA GUILD will elect officers noon
COLLEGES will hold a linen and May 13 at Devon Gables. The
cash shower for the benefit of program will be "A Date With
these two institutions 7 p.m. Wed- Your Diet," a discussion by qual-
nesday at Cong. Beth Tefilo Eman- ified dieticians of Sinai Hospital,
uel Tikvah. A program will be Alice Beecher and Mrs. Ernest
presented and buffet supper will Kloetzel.
* * *
be served. Hostesses will be Mrs.
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
Morris Dorn, Mrs. Israel Notis,
Mrs. Jack Isbee and Mrs. Israel CHABAD STUDY GROUP will
meet 4 p.m. Saturday at the home
Rockove. Admission is one gift.
of Mrs. Joseph Borenstein, 19480
* *
***********,,,
'*4-4,1
4..
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer Freeland. The speaker will be Rab-
Women, will meet 1 p.m. Tuesday bi Borenstein. * * *
4-
at the mikvah in Oak Park. There
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
will be a tour and a short explana-
tory lecture. Rerfreshments will be STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
served. Reservations are being tak- Saturday at the home of Mrs.
en for the chapter's Mother and Charles Gellman, 14151 Victoria.
-4,
Daughter Installation which will Guest speaker will be Rabbi Alex
-4 ,
be held 6:30 p.m. May 19 at the Roberg.
* *
*
4,
Labor Zionist Institute. For infor-
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer *
4,
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE DIRECT
mation, call Mrs. Joe Shuster, LI Women, will hold a combined
FROM
THE
IMPORTER
*
2-5340.
luncheon-meeting 12:30 p.m. Mon-
4,
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women, day at the home of Mrs. Nathan
4,
4,
will hold its games party-luncheon Robbins, 26021 Stratford. For in-
4,
noon Wednesday at the Labor formation, call Fannie Weiner, DI
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
4(
Zionist Institute. Chairmen of the 1-0491.
4'
* * *
DI 1-5515
15738 Livernois
4,
afternoon are Anna Berg, Mary
GEMILUTH CHASSODIM SIS-
Lerner, Lilian Vernon and Sylvia TERHOOD will hold a mother- ************************************************,
Schwartz. Guests are invited, and daughter dinner 6:30 p.m. Tues
the proceeds will go toward the day at the synagogue. Featured
new children's home in Israel.
will be a ladies' and girls' fashion
* * *
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will show. For information or reserva-
Efros, LI 2-4819.
hold its election of officers 8:30 tions, call Margo
* * *
p.m. Monday at the synagogue.
RODIN CLUB will meet 1 p.m.
Complete homes done by competent interior decorators
Mrs. Harriet Berke, nominating Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
chairman, will present the new Gerald Barsky, 7260 Kingswood
slate. Final reports of the year's Birmingham.
* * *
activities will be given by the com-
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
mittees. The study group will meet
10 a.m. Tuesday at the synagogue. Women, will meet 12:30 p.m.
* * *
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist In-
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD stiute. Cultural committee chair-
will hold its final Oneg Shabbat of man Frances Shayne, announces
this season on the theme of "Moth- there will be a Mother's Day pro-
We do complete jobs in-
ers and Daughters" 2 p.m. Satur- gram, to be followed by a business
day in the synagogue social hall. meeting. Hostesses will be Jennie
cluding carpeting — drap-
Refreshments will be served. All Bigelman and Sarah Kaplan.
Irving
Rosen,
N.S.I.D.
eries —bedrooms and
*
*
members, their daughters, families
.(National Society of
rooms.
family
interior Designers)
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold its
and friends are invited.
* *
paid-up membership luncheon noon
1400 S. WOODWARD, ROYAL OAK IfBj cP cktAtil.
WOMEN'S ORTHODOX LEAGUE Wednesday at Imperial Kosher Ca-
LI 7-9400
JO 4-6090
will elect officers 8:45 p.m. Monday terers. Chairman will be Mrs. Isa-
at the home of Mrs. Marvin Selig- dore Schwartz.
son, 18115 Wisconsin. Major con-
stitutional changes are to be rati-
Featuring a Complete
fied. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Mi-
chael Cohen. Guests invited.
Assortment of Fancy
* * *
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
David Gelberman, 18437 Wisconsin.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Nissim
Hayward, who will speak on "Rab-
bi Shimon Ben Yochai, the Revela-
tion of Jewish Mysticism".
* * *
ROSENWALD LADIES AUXILI-
ARY, American Legion, will hold
--.0w.% ■ 'Introductory Special
an executive board meeting 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Chocolate
Bertha Goldstein, 23410 Geneva,
Oak Park. Discussion will center
on nomination of new officers, and
a luncheon and games party.
*
*
YESHIVATH BETH YEITUDAH
WOMEN'S SABBATH LEAGUE
will hold a luncheon noon Tues-
day at Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel
Tikvah. Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Samuel Adler, director of
scholarship fund for Beth Yehudah
Jerry Weisman's
Yeshivah. Mrs. Isadore Levin will
preside. Social chairman Mrs.
Walter Epstein will be assisted by
_Mesdames Rose Bielowich, Meyer
Biegler, Arthur Cutler, Leo Lau-
fer, Esther Sachs and Julius Spiel-
berg. Guests invited.
* * *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will hold elec-
tions noon Monday at Cong. Gem-
iluth Chassodim. A complete don-
or report will be given at the
"Fresh Goodness That Sparkles"
meeting. Hostesses are Mesdames
Charles Gellman, Paul Fenton and
Emil Spilman.
* *
GOLDA * MEIR CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet 8;30
p.m. Tuesday at the Labor Zion-
ist Institute. A review of the book
"Dr. Zhivago" will be given by
Ann Mondrow. Hostesses will be
Pastries and
Mrs. Jack Reitman and Ann
OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
Cakes for
Mondrow. Guests are welcome.
7 A.M. TO 9 P.M.

CORSETS BY EVA

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