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December 08, 1967 - Image 27

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Phyllis 214- erle Scholnick
Engaged to New .Yorker

Friday,December 8, 1967-27

Shop Juliet Green-8 & Bloomfield Commons
Sunday 12 Noon to 5 P.M.

Sunday

Sale!

Sunday Only

MISS PHYLLIS SCHOLNICK

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Scholnick
of Lauder Ave., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Phyl-
lis Merle to Sidney Ulreich, son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Ulreich of New
York City.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the University of Michigan, where
she was affiliated with Phi Sigma
Sorority. Her fiance is a graduate
of The City College of New York,
and is now attending Downstate
Medical School, New York.
A June 30 wedding is planned.

Detroit Collector
Sells Sabbath

Lamp for $8,000

Detroit Art collector Charles
Feinberg allowed a number of his
Jewish ritual objects to be sold at
auction last week at the Parke-
Bernet Galleries in New York. The
collection was auctioned for $183,-
230.
The higest price in the sale was
$8,000 for a hanging Sabbath lamp
in wrought silver, bought by the
American Israel Foundation for
the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
The lamp was made in London in
1813.
A number of pieces from Fein-
berg's collection have been photo-
graphed for illustrations in books.
and many synagogues and Jewish
institutions were observing the
auction with great intrest.
Among oher purchases for the
Israel Museum were an Italian
18th Century gold marriage ring,
surmounted by a tiny synagogue
($1,000) and a rare Tora pointer
in gold, Italian (circa 1840, $1,100) .
A silver wedding ring topped
with a gabled and turreted syna-
gogue, went to an anonymous
Italian private collector for $4,500 .
The ring was made in Austria in
the late 17th Century. This piece
belonged to Sampson Wertheimer
(1658-1724), who was attached to
the court, was a rabbi and one of
the outstanding personalities of
his time in Jewish life.

S L

Famous Designer
Dresses & Costumes

Special!

14 Off

Designer Costume
;41,0 Fur-Trimmed Coat
qi & Skimmer Dress

Sunday
Only

Were $90 to $180

Stunning new fashions in
this season's fabrics and
colors. Sizes 848.

$69

Regularly $140

Elegant combination that
lets you shop or socialize
with equal aplumb . . . fas-
hioned in a glorious camel iv,
fabric and trimmed with algt
Kit fox fur. The skimmer, a
real delight. Sizes 10 to 16. It

t

Sunday

Sale!

Very Famous Label
Sportszyear

1/
3 to 1/
2 off

Were $8 to $40

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Collection includes shifts,
slacks, blouses and sweaters
in classic and Mod styling
you'll love. Broken sizes.

Business With Pleasure

Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
will hold a meeting and social 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Workmen's
Circle Center.

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Entertainment
For Any Occasion

EYMOUR SCHWARTZ
AGENCY
356-8525

Country Origin of Fox Fur Trim
On Label.

Berkley, Mich.
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Shop all Juliet Suburbans daily
till 9 P.M. from now till Christ-
mas!

invitations

BY

HATTIE

SCHWARTZ

356-8563

THE NEWEST

IN WEDDING . BAR MITZVAH
CONFIRMATION AND PARTY

accessor i es

Green-8 Suburban
West 8 Mile & Greenfield—Green-8 Center

Daily till 9 P.M. Sunday 12 Noon to 5 P.M.

Bloomfield Commons
Maple & Lahser Roads—Birmingham

Daily till 9 P.M. Sunday 12 Noon to 5 P.M.

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