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October 06, 1967 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ladies of Yeshiva Plan
Annual Donor Luncheon

The Ladies of the Yeshivath Beth
Beth Yehudah and Women's Sab-
bath League will hold its annual
donor luncheon 12:30 p.m. Oct.
31 at Beth Joseph Synagogue.
Proceeds will go toward its scholar-
ship fund.
Co-chairmen are Mrs. Louis Honig-
man, Arthur Cutler, Walter Ep-
stein and Brucha Faigenbaum.

Now . . .
There Are
Two
Corners
On
Livernois
With
Internationale
Fashions !

activities in Society

Among the out-of-town guests to attend the Bar Mitzva of Kenneth
Allen Stern, son of Mrs. Sylvia Stern, 14530 Northfield, Oak Park,
were Mrs. Mary Mellman and Bernard J. Mellman of St. Louis, Dr.
and Mrs. M. Alpern of East Liverpool, 0., Mr. and Mrs. Sol Drapkin
of Milwaukee and Mrs. Laura Hamburger of Miami Beach.

Felix Cukerman of Montevideo, Uruguay, will be living with Dr.
and Mrs. Richard J. Bayles of Weyher Ave., Livonia for the coming
year while attending Clarenceville High School as a senior. The Bayles
family drove to Miami in August to pick up their "son" and show
him part of the country.
Mr. and Mrs. Moishe Dworkin and their son Ben Abraham of New
York are visiting with Mr. Dworkin's mother, Airs. Dora Dworkin,
8811 W. Seven Mile, through Sunday. Mr. Dworkin is national director
of the Student Zionist Organization.
Mrs. Elsie Greenfield, formerly of Hollywood, Fla., is now residing
at 18226 Washburn.

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Portraiture cd Distinction
For Your Weddings

IMPORT :Titcw-.
KNIT
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SALE!

3223 W. McNichols

NOW

Nr. Muirland

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3/4 to 1 4 Off! 147

Call 341-4141

Dress shown:
Crochet Import
2 pc-knit was $40

Music the Stein-Way

DICK STEIN

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& ORCHESTRA

19301 Livernois nr. 7

LI 7-2770

EMILY BROWN, Bridal Consultant

Siege
Sizes
14 to 20

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ANNOUNCING THE

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GRAND OPENING of

MR. TAKO'S

Village Salon

FOR APPOINTMENT CALL



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OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY

356-1185

27347 SOUTHFIELD
Between 11 and 12 Mile Rds.

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MISS YVONNE MARKIEWICZ

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Featuring The Finest
In Hair Styling

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Open Sunday 12 to 5 p.m.

SATURDAY & SUNDAY
October 7th and October 8th

Formals - Candids - Direct Color

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Green - 8 Center Only!

Suburban

Yvonne Ala rkiewicz
to Wed Mr. Rosenblatt

J. J. CLARKE STUDIO

Friday, October 6, 1967-35

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THE NEW
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Greenfield-8 Mile Rd.

Martin Markiewicz of Rosemont
Ave. announces the engagement of
his daughter Yvonne to Michael M.
Rosenblatt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Rosenblatt of Muirland
Ave. Miss Markiewicz is the daugh-
ter of the late Mrs. Markiewicz.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Wayne State University. Her fiance
attends the Ohio College of
Podiatry.
A December wedding is planned.

[ll `VIPs' from Detroit
o Join Israel Corps

Three more Detroiters have join-

the Volunteers for Israel Pro-
t:3 cram (VIP) to offer their services in
the new building and development
projects now facing Israel in the
wake of the Six-Day War.
The latest group of 29 young
I
• Americans and Canadians included
Zev Davis, Paul Litt and Robert E.
Nathanson, all of the Detroit area.
Applications are being processed
at the Jewish Center. For informa-
tion, call Assaf Orr, DI 1-4200.
According to Ray Levin, VIP
director, hundreds of volunteers
are needed in Israel since overseas
students who volunteered for the
summer have returned home to
enter school. He added that the
request from Israel for volunteers
includes 900 people to work as
civilians in cataloguing captured
equipment, 350 to work in mosha-
vim, more than 100 in archeologi-
cal digs and others to clear the
area on Mt. Scopus. The, majority
of the volunteers, who have been
absorbed in over 260 different
places, are working in kibutzim
from Dan to Eilat.

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The Levinson-Radom Family Wish All

Their Friends and Customers A Very Happy New Year
and Peace For Israel and The World.

LARGE SELECTION OF
FALL MERCHANDISE
• Suits • Slacks
• Sport Coats
• Top Coats

Get Ready for

Fall

EXPERT ALTERATION ON LADIES,
MEN'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHES
We Specialize on Work on Leather Garments

FORMAL WEAR & ACCESSORIES

SALES AND RENTALS

The Latest in Styles & Colors

RADOM
TAILORS
Clothiers and Cleaners

Just South of 9 Mile

22141 COOLIDGE

398-9188

Juliet Charge

Security Charge

Michigan Bankard

*********************
* SATURDAY and SUNDAY ONLY!

Now Possible To

ti Shrink Hemorrhoids

N

RAINCOAT SPECIAL!

'9-

Were $18 to $50 — Saturady and Sunday

* EXACTLY 1/2 PRICE!

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And Promptly Stop Itching,
Relieve Pain In Most Cases.

Science has found a medication
with the ability, in most cases—
to relieve pain, itching and shrink
hemorrhoids. In case after case
doctors proved, while gently re-
lieving pain, actual reduction took
place. The secret is Preparation
Re. It also soothes irritated tis-
sues and helps prevent further
infection. Just ask for Prepara-
tion H Ointment or Suppositories.
Adv.









NOTE: Juliet can be reached from Greenfield
as well as 8 Mile during the current
road construction work.

GREEN-8 OPEN SUNDAY

Mon., Thurs., Fri. and Sat. tit 9 p.m.
Green-8 Shopping Center, Greenfield/West 8 Mile

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SHOP SUNDAY 12 TO 5 P.M.
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