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November 04, 1966 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-11-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Equality Club Luncheon Radomer Society to Meet

omen's auh activivies

TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD
will feature a talk by Detroit artist will hold an oneg
Zubel Kachadoorian at its luncheon Shabbat 2:30
p.m. Nov. 12 at
meeting noon Nov. 14 at the tem-
the home of
ple. Kachadoorian, who has ex- Rabbi and Mrs.
hibited locally, nationally and in- Moses Lehrman,
ternationally, has work in many 2 5 2 2 0 Gardner,
museum collections both in this Oak Park. Rabbi
country and abroad. He has trav- Lehrman w ill
eled and worked all over the world, give a book re-
taught in art schools in this coun- view, and there
try and won numerous awards and will be communi-
fellowships. Program vice president ty singing.
Mrs. Lehrman
Mrs. Samuel Goodman announces
* *
that Kachadoorian will illustrate as
WOMEN'S ORTHODOX
he tells about contemporary art.
Mrs. Norman Robbins, president, LEAGUE will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon-
invites friends. There will be no day at the home of Mrs. David
charge. The sisterhood again spon- Kuperwaser, 25511 Gardner, Oak
sored a Halloween party for chil- Park. A film from the United
dren of Hawthorne Center, Bldg. E. Foundation, "For Every Tomor-
They entertained the children with row," starring Efrem Zimbalist Jr.,
a music program, after which they will be shown. Ida Kost of the
served refreshments and presented Jewish
Family and Children's
.
speaker.
each child with a gift. For the past Service will be guest
* *
six years Temple Israel Sisterhood
LIVONIA JEWISH CONGRE-
has met many necessary miscel-
laneous needs for these children. I GATION SISTERHOOD, will hold
They have provided entertainment its paid-up membership affair 8
for special occasions and have seen p.m. Monday at the synagogue.
to it that every child has received There will be a consecration serv-
a birthday gift. This project has vice inducting new members. In-
been under the chairmanship of vited guests include Mesdames
Mrs. Irving Kramer and Mrs. Jack Shenkman and Isadore Lee-
Louis Rosenzweig. man, president and past president
* * *
of Michigan branch, National Wo-
ROSENWALD LADIES AUX- men's League; and Herman Roth,
MARY, American Legion, will membership chairman of the Wo-
hold an executive board meeting men's Society of St. Matthew
and luncheon 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Church of Livonia. An original
at the home of Mrs. Ann Gottlieb, script "Sisterhood Gaieties" will
treasurer, 18441 Warrington. The be performed. A buffet supper and
discussion will center on a games social hour will follow the pro-
party and other charity affairs. gram.

I HAVE RETURNED!

(On a part time basis)

SIMON SEZ:

NOVEMBER — is a month I
dislike. People just seem to
be thinking of football games,
raking
leaves, and
getting
r eady for
winter. I
can't do
anybusi-
ness.
DECE M- Max Simon
BER — I
can't stand. Everyone is sav-
ing up for presents for the
holidays and no one buys car-
pet, and so we come to
JANUARY — a really lousy
month. It's cold out and with
all the junky carpet being
closed out by my competitors
what chance do I have to sell
my beautiful merchandise?
So here's
FEBRUARY — It really gets
slow now because there is so
much snow out, no one can
go out at all. So who wants
to look for gorgeous area
rugs? Unless of course, some-
one needs one of our incred-
ible POLAR BEAR SKIN
rugs to place in front of their
fireplace! We now slide into
MARCH — hateful, is all I
can say about this one. Ev-
erybody is trying to get ready
for income tax and of course
who wants to buy carpet at
a time like this? So here
conies
APRIL — what a month! The
only thought in everyone's
mind now is to take in the
sunshine. Go to CARPETS
INTERNATIONAL to look at
paintings and wall decora-
tions? Out of the question!
Aha!
MAY — is here, now it's
beautiful. It should make ev-
erybody feel good. Good
enough to come out and buy
my outstanding area rugs.
right? Wrong. Now they are
so glad to get out of the
house after being cooped up
all winter, all they want to
do is go for auto rides, which
of course brings us to

JUNE — one of the loveliest
months of the y e a r. Who
needs it? The brides and
grooms are getting married
and all others are planning
to attend the weddings. So
who has time to shop for
things like carpets and rugs
at a time like this?
JULY — arrives, and so what
else is new? The kids are out
of school of course and vaca-
tion plans are now in order.
Ya crazy or something? Who
needs carpets? Well hello
AUGUST — of course I know
you are going to be so hot
that only the hardiest of
souls will wander into my
beautiful showroom. There
won't be anything doing this
month for sure. Maybe
SEPTEMBER? — Oh I for-
got the kids now have to go
back to school and they have
to have new clothes and you
can't buy anything for the
floors. Even though it will
act like an insulation and
prevent those very same kids
from getting colds — so what
about
OCTOBER? — phooey! This
you call a month? In China
it's a month, it should only
give them a monsoon belly-
ache. Me. it gives a headache
because all year people have
been saving up their time to
come into my store and order
all their carpets at once, and
so of course, it gives me a
headache, but this is the
month that keeps me in busi-
ness.
Won't you see your favorite
interior designer for an in-
troduction to CARPETS IN-
TERNATIONAL and start me
smiling, after all it is the
CARPET SHOWPLACE OF
THE MIDDLE WEST. Thank
you.
Max Simon
CARPETS
INTERNATIONAL
3131 W. McNichols
864-9145
Mon. thru Fri. 'til 5:30 p.m.
Sat. 'til 1:00 p.m.

Friday, November 4, 1966-15

ADAS SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will celebrate its 21st year of ser-
vice to the synagogue and to the
community with a birthday-mem-
bership party noon Monday in the
social hall. Luncheon will be serv-
ed. Mrs. Joseph Katchke, presi-
dent, and Mrs. Nat Goldstone,
chairman of the clay, plan a cele-
bration for paid-up members.
"Chapeaux on Parade," written by
Mrs. Ben Z. Freeman and Mrs.
Samuel Korby of Beth Aaron Sis-
terhood, will be enacted by Mes-
dames Nat Goldstone, membership
vice president; Jacob Axelrod,
Richard Boyer, Philip Mirvis,
Aaron Soverinsky, who also serves
on the membership committee;
Arnold Belsky and Earl Gould.
Mrs. Samuel Kaner will be narra-
tor. Background music will be
played by Mrs. George Bassin. A
musical invocation will be present-
ed by Cantor Nicholas Fenakel and
the Sisterhood Choral Group. Mrs.
Baruch Ulrych is luncheon chair-
man; Mrs. William Sklar, hostess
chairman; and Mrs. Albert Egrin,
decorations chairman. Mrs. Julius
Allen, financial secretary, will take
dues at the door.

Mrs. Morris Berkowitz, president
of Equality Club, announces that
the annual donor luncheon will be
held noon Dec. 13 at Raleigh House.
For reservations, call Ann Singer,
LI 6-9168. All proceeds will go to
charity.

KO

Radomer Aid and Ladies Society,
will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Weintrub, will be host
and hostess in honor of their daugh-
ter's marriage.

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BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi
Women, will meet 8:30 p.m. Tues-
4t
day at the home of Mrs. Abe Seles-
ny, 15574 George Washington,
Southfield. Guest speaker will be
psychiatrist Dr. Lary Berkower, *
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whose topic will be "Breakdown
of the Family Unit."
FROM THE IMPORTER
*
*
YOUNG ISRAEL OF NORTH-
WEST SISTERHOOD will hold a
board meeting 8 p.m. Monday at
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nual Hanuka affair will be formu-
lated.
*
*
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet
CLOSING
noon Monday at the Jewish Center.
OUT SALE!
Mrs. Henry Berris will give a book
review. There will be a workshop
SKYLITE SERIES
and a dessert luncheon. This meet-
The Zippered Ensemble features a ladies' de-
ing will be the formal kick-off of
luxe garment carrier for suits and dresses, plus
the annual donor luncheon noon
accessories . . . plus four matched lightweight
Nov. 29 at Shaarey Zedek Syn-
cases with tailored interior.
agogue.
* * *
Burgundy, Bronzini Brown, Ivory
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
Ladies Rigid Frame
the Eastern Star, will hold a busi-
Garment Carrier
$27.95
ness meeting 7:45 p.m. Monday at
15" Cosmopolitan Swag
Eureka Masonic Temple. Refresh-
Bag
$1 1.95
ments will be served.
21" Weekender
$14.95
* * *
24" Jr. Pullman
$17.95
DETROIT LINK, Order of
26" Pullman
$22.95
the Golden Chain, will hold a party
29" Overseas Pullman
$24.95
8:30 p.m. Nov. 14, at the Labor
Zionist Institute. There will be
prizes and refreshments. All pro-
ceeds go to underprivileged chil-
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dren.

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