THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 12, 1968-19
Rabbi Teitz to Address Mikvah Israel Dinner
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Mikvah Israel and Women's Or-
thodox League will hold their an- Pinchas Teitz of Elizabeth, N. J.
nual dinner 6:30 p.m. Feb. 4 at Philip Greenberg, 19-year-old viol-
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim.
inist, will be guest artist.
Our 27th Annual
Fur Clearance Sale
NOW IN PROGRESS
P. S. See our latest fur fash-
ions Saturday, Jan. 13th-
2 to 4 p.m. in The Mall.
HARVARD ROW MALL
11 Mile - Lahser
DESIGNERS OF FINE FURS
IMPORTED FURS SHOWING COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
LINCOLN CENTER—GREENFIELD-10 112 MILE
THREE DAYS iONLY!
• THURSDAY, JAN. 11
• FRIDAY, JAN. 12
• SATURDAY, JAN. 13
OPEN 9:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
INCLUDING SATURDAY NIGHT
26110 GREENFIELD at 10 1/2 MILE
DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
OMEGA DENTAL FRATERNITY
will hold a board meeting noon
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Mi-
chael Blume, 15638 Stratford,
Southfield. Attention will be di-
rected to plans for the donor lun-
cheon to be held at the new Ral-
eigh House April 24 under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Milton Ja-
cobs. A report will also be heard
on the Great Decisions study
group. Hostesses will be Mesdames
Donald Polk, Robert Share, Har-
vey Zalesin, Daniel Gilbert, Albert
Shulman, Paul Schreibman, Na-
than Rubin, Eli Berger, Raymond
Robins and Albert Kaner.
SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER-
HOOD will meet at 8 p.m. Monday
at the synagogue. Issues will be
discussed, and a full report given.
Mrs. Esther Pollack will be hostess.
• • •
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold its annual victory lunch-
eon noon Wednesday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Guest speaker
will be Doris Fishman. Community
singing will be led by Celia Plaf-
• • •
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will hold a book review-
breakfast 10 a.m. Monday at the
Temple. Temple librarian Mrs.
Lawrence Wember will review
"Michel, Michel" by Robert Lewis.
A bagel and lox breakfast will be
served. Tickets may be purchased
at the door.
• • •
MUSIC STUDY CLUB will hold
a "Family Affair" noon Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Albert
Letvin, 17585 Parkside. An open
board meeting will give members
information of club affairs through
reports of the working committees.
The Junior String Project, which
is under the joint direction of Dr.
Morris Hochberg of Wayne State
University and Dr. Robert Klot-
man, divisional director of music
in the Detroit Public Schools, will
be demonstrated. Music majors
who are recipients of Music Study
Club fellowships and their pupils
from the elementary schools will
perform. Mrs. Isadore Mendelson,
past president, is chairman.
• • •
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
will hold a paid-up membership
luncheon noon, Jan. 22 in the social
hall of the synagogue. Mrs. -Joe
Medwed, president, announced the
program will feature a play, "Some-
thing Is Missing," under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Albert Kaplan. Mrs.
Paul Masserman, vice president in
charge of membership, will be
chairman of the day. Mrs. Bernard
Gaspas, program vice-president, in-
vites all paid-up members.
• • •
DETROIT JUNIOR CHAPTER.
CARIH, is having a premier ben-
efit showing of Walt Disney's
"Happiest Millionaire" 8:15 p.m.
Thursday at Northland Theater.
Children, friends and relatives are
invited. For tickets, call Ethel
Stollman, 548-7433, or Rosalie Ty-
(More Clubs Page 26)
IT TAKES A GENI...US
Sorry: No Decorating Service
Available on Sale Merchandise
He is noble only who in word,
thought and deed, proves himself
"On The Avenue of Fashions"
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At 10 Mile, Oak Park
OPEN EVENINGS 'TILL 9 P.M.
All Heavy wool
with skirts, some
also with knit tops.
Dark and pastel
shades. most of
these styles we sold
all season at much
Sizes 5 to 16.
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