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February 23, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-23

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Miss Alexander to Wed
Steven B. Kay Dec. 29

MISS ANITA ALEXANDER
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey H. Alex-
ander of Moritz Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Anita Joyce to Steven
Bruce Kay, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack E. Kay of Harden Circle E.,
Southfield.
The bride-elect is attending the
college of education at Wayne
State University. The prospective
bridegroom is in the United States
Mr Force.
A Dec. 29 wedding is planned.

W4)lany

„ACCENTS

PALL MON - tarn
`Timm - )orrsston DESICIIIE115

Ruth Schwartz, N.S.I.D.

WHERE
ELSE

would you
find such
selection and
distinction in

WALL
DECOR

Sconces
Mirrors
Lavabo
Plaques
Paintings
Brackets
Prints
Tree Murals
Wall Clocks

Floor Clocks

Wall Baskets
Wall Shelves
Curio Cabinets

Tapestries

We're NEW! Only a few
months young! Yet In that
time COLONY AGENTS
has already become
known as one of the fore-
most stores of its kind. We
show not just a few but
hundreds wall decor of dis-
tinction and indivldualitl
because most pieces ore one
of a kind personally selectec
by Ruth Schwartz. Our tal-
ented Interior Designer
Counsel Service can heir
you decide. We gift wrap.

Colony

Accents - Lincoln Cen-
ter - Oak Park Greenfield at
Lincoln (101/2 MI) Mon., Thur.,
Fri., 9:30 to 9:00. Phone
39849811-9.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 23, 1968-23

Women's eluibs

0-W Sisterhood Plans
to Fete 'Bar-Mitzva'

BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
BIRMINGHAM - F R A NK L IN
Young Israel Center of Oak-
GROUP, Hadassah, will meet 8 Women, will hold its annual stamp- Woods Sisterhood will celebrate its
p.m. Thursday at the Michigan book luncheon meeting noon Mon- "Bar Mitzva Year" will a donor
Bell Telephone Co. on Northwest- day at the home of Mrs. Irving luncheon 12:30 p.m. March 6 in the
ern Hwy. The program includes Weiner, 27310 Fairfax, Southfield. social hall.
two short films, "The Goal Is Mrs. Morris Buch, program chair-
Mrs. Jerome Kaenaw, donor
Peace" and "Upward Road." An man, will introduce C. William chairman, announces her commit-
original musical comedy skit writ- Garrett, attorney, who will speak tee: Mesdames Jack Light, ticket
ten by Mrs. Wilbert Roberts, "The on "Libel and Slander." Admission chairman; Sol Mandelbaum, darling
La Dolce" (Vaeter), will be pre- is by stamp book, or its equivalent. chairman; Monica Fraezer, pro-
sented with Hadassah players Mes- Friends and relatives are invited. gram book; Beril Bloom, publicity;
dames Sheldon Greenberg, Haskell Co-hostess with Mrs. Weiner will Gertrude Schwartz, prize chairman
Greenfield, Jerome Kaufman, Irv- be Mrs. Celia Altman.
and Elsie Todd, table decorations.
• • •
ing Ross, Wilbert Roberts and
Mrs. Meyer Mandelbaum, pro-
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
Milton Greenwald. Cake and cof-
gram chairman, will present the
fee will follow, as well as a song will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in "Belle Canto Choral Group," di-
from Mrs. Alfred Newman, presi- the Labor Zionist Institute to bid rected by Cantor Simon Bermanis.
farewell to members who are leav-
dent.
• •

ing for Israel on the Beit Nehama
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women, Dedication Tour March 4. A cul-
will hold a membership tea noon tural program will follow. Re-
served.
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist freshments will be
• * •
Institute. Membership chairmen
NORTHWEST NSHEI HABAD
are Rose Krashin and Bessie
Zarankin. The program will cele- STUD GROUP will meet 2:30 p.m.
brate Jewish Music Month, ac- Saturday at the home of Mrs. El-
17330 Kentucky.
cording to President Mrs. Mar- imelech Posner,
liner.. •
• • •
garet Lom. Jeanette Seeing and
WFVF
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
SAVE !
Sonia Zabladofsky will perform.
SAVE
Guests and prospective members STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
BUY DIRECT
Saturday
at
the
home
of
Mrs.
Alex
FROM THE IMPORTER
are welcome.
• • •
Ungar, 19944 Stansbury..
UNITED ORDER TRUE SIS-
TERS will meet noon Tuesday at NCJW Panel to Tackle
Vr4"432f1
Northland Center Auditorium. A
teacher of visually handicapped Community Problems
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS
children will address the lodge at at Luncheon Session
OF FINE DIAMONDS
2. Mrs. Miles Mazer is in charge
dis-
A
petite
luncheon
and
panel
15738 LIVERNOIS
of the visual aid workshop, mem- cussion under the auspices of the
Dl.:1-551 5
bers of which meet semimonthly National Council of Jewish Women
to cut out pictures, enlarge num-
p.m. March
bers and letters as aids to visually will be held at 12:15
4 at Cong. Beth
handicapped children. Guests are
Shalom.
invited.
Problems which
• • •
confront the corn-
NORTHWEST DETROIT CHAP-
munity will be
TER, CARIH, will hold its annual
discussed by
paid up membership dinner 6:30
panel members
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Geraldine
Mrs. Harry Raf, 15221 Park, Oak
M. Ellington, dis-
Park. Entertainment is planned.
trict director of
New members are welcome. For
the Emergency
reservations, call Mrs. Sol Mandel,
Counseling Serv-
membership chairman, LI -8-1095,
Huegli
ice; Mrs. L. Hud-
or Mrs. Albert Dunn, hospitality son Rosenthal, assistant project di-
chairman, LI 8-7864.
rector of Women in Community
• • •
Service, a council project; Mrs.
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH Leo Dworkin, Head Start teacher
YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB- in Southfield; Mrs. Joy Lewis,
BATH LEAGUE will hold a special Birmingham resident and Aid to
luncheon sponsored by the officers Dependent Children (ADC) re-
in honor of life members noon cipient; and Mrs. Julian Scott, a
Tuesday at Cong. Beth Tefilo Ema- council volunteer worker.
nuel Tikva. Mrs. Milton Winston,
Richard Huegli, managing direc-
president, announced that Mrs. tor of United Community Services,
Leo Laufer is chairman of the day, will moderate the discussion, called
and the invocation will be de- "Face to Face." There is no
livered by Mrs. Julius Spielberg. charge, and guests are welcome.
The social committee, headed by For reservations, call the council
Mrs. Walter Epstein, will include office, UN. 3-5427.
Mesdames Rose Bielewich, Arthur
Cutler, Harold Kaplan and Aaron
Farmington Woman 2nd
Sandweiss. Guests invited.
that
in Seder Sweepstakes
comes true
• • •
in this Little
Mrs. Gerald Avrin, 27689 Doreen,
ACHIEZER will meet 8:45 p.m.
Jacket dress
always so hard
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Sunny Farmington, placed second in the
to find with
this youthful
Segal, 18232 Indiana. Co-hostess is Miami Margarine Company's na-
look
Mrs. Barbara Mandelbaum. A tionise Mar-Pary Seder Sweepstakes
6 to 16
taupe & Beige
film strip from the "rumor clinic" launched last month. Her prize was

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will be shown.
• • •
UNIVERSITY NORTH GROUP,
Hadassah, will hold a luncheon and
games party 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at Knob in the Woods Club-
house. There will be prizes. Nomi-
nal donation.
• • •
D IM 0 N A CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a luncheon 12:15
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Henry Solomon, 23610 Church, Oak
Park. Susan Wittmore, from the
League of Women Voters of De-
troit, will speak on "How Do You
Know, You Know, What You
know?" Friends are welcome.
• • •
OAK PARK NSHEI HABAD

STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Wolf Marasow, 14030 W. 10 Mile,
Oak Park.
• • •
CITY OF HOPE CANCER FIGHT-
ERS will meet noon Monday at Bnai
David Synagogue. Alice Hehn, po-
licewoman, will speak on self-de-
fense for women. A spring sale of
merchandise will take place, ac-
cording to Mrs. Harold Kozloff,

president.

a decorated Spode ceremonial
seder plate in its own presentation
case.
First prize winner was Mrs.

Coral & Bone

Isaac Wainer of Cincinnati, who
received a 40-piece Spode china
service and a decorated seder plate
and case.
Additional first and second prizes
will be awarded each month. All
users of Mar-Pary are eligible to
enter as many times as they wish
during the month, sending in the

margarine illustration from the
carton or hand-printing the words
"Mar-Pary Kosher Parve Margar-
ine" on a 3 x 5 sheet of paper. En-
tries may be mailed to Mar-Pary
Margarine Seder Sweepstakes, P.O.
Box 17095, Cincinnati 45217.

Mrs. ROSE KAUFMAN, national
president of Pioneer Women, left

for Israel to attend special con-
sultative and planning meetings for
the forthcoming World Zionist Con-
gress.The meetings have called for
Feb. 25-27 in Jerusalem, by L. A.
Pincus, chairman of the executive
of the Jewish Agency. She will be
one of 30 international Zionist
leaders invited to formulate plans
for the June world parley.

Marti-K
Bankard 8 Security
:-Thurs. 8 Fri. Hite 'til 9 p.m. '
Doily 'til 6

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