tit•-Friday, March 22, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
at Temple Emanu-El
Art Buchwald Guest for Woman's World
Called by Time magazine "the
most successful humorous colum-
list in the United States," Art
Buchwald comes to Shaarey Zedek
for an evening performance 8:30
April 2 as part of the two-day
"Women's World—'68" conference.
Ticket holders are entitled to
bring their husbands or guests to
this session. Buchwald will be
introduced by Mrs. Morris Adler.
Hebrew Ladies Aid Uni t
to Hold Annual Lunch
The Hebrew Ladies Aid Society
will hold its annual social after-
noon and luncheon, 12:30 p.m.
April 2, at the Jewish Center.
For reservations, call chairmen
Mrs. Joseph Grossman, LI 4-4084;
or Mrs. Alex White, DI 1-1519.
Proceeds will assist needy families
at Passover. Friends invited.
In addition to Buchwald's popu-
larity as a syndicated columnist,
he is author of many laugh-provok-
ing books, the most recent being
" . . . And Then I Told the Presi-
dent" (1965), and "Son of the
Great Society" (1966).
He has been heard on records,
tele vision and
radio, and the
all across the
nation. His ar-
ticles appear in
310 newspaper s
world: in Russia,
Germany, Netherlands, the Middle
East and Japan.
"Woman's World—'68" is spon-
sored by Shaarey Zedek Sister-
hood. Mrs. Peter A. Martin is
In addition to Buchwald, other
speakers include Dr. Haim Ginott,
psychologist-humorist; Conni Gor-
don, creative artist; S. L. A. Mar-
shall, news analyst; Jeanne Duran,
journalist and radio personality;
and Rita Milgrim, who will serve
as commentator for a designer
Luncheon will be available both
days. There will be boutique shops,
coffee corners, a country store,
jewelry and cosmetic counters and
a cake counter.
For ticket information call the
synagogue, 357-5544; or ticket
chairman Mrs. Philip Bornstein,
for Children's Hospital
SCHWARTZ - CASE: M. Susan
Case and Leonard M. Schwartz were
married recently in Ann Arbor.
The couple's parents are Mrs.
Harry N. Case of Rowayton, Conn.,
and the late Mr. Case, and Mrs.
Lawrence Schwartz of Ithaca Dr.,
Oak Park, and the late Mr.
Schwartz. Joan Case, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. Brides-
maid was Linda Schwartz, sister of
the bridegroom. Best man was
Darryl Anderson. Ushers were
George Layne and William Han-
MRS. KENNETH STOLLER
THE METROPOLITAN ACTIVI-
TIES CLUB for the physically
handicapped adults of the metro-
politan area will sponsor its sec-
ond annual antique show in the
Ferndale Community Center March
29-31. Proceeds will be used for
the campgrounds near Utica which
is used by the handicapped for
fishing, camping and family pic-
nics.. There will be 19 dealers in
the show. Hours will be 11 a.m.-10
p.m. except Sunday (7:30 p.m.).
Variety Club Women of Detroit,
Tent 5, will hold its 10th annual
luncheon and fashion show noon
Wednesday in the grand ballroom
of the Seraton-Cadillac Hotel. Pro-
ceeds are for the benefit of the
Variety Club Growth and Develop-
ment Center at Children's Hospital.
Mrs. Harry Berman is fashion
For tickets, call ticket chairman
Mrs. Lou Marks, 647-7524, or Mrs.
Nathan Levin, 642-3343.
FOR EVERY OCCASION
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Judith Allen Stein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stein of Rose-
lawn Ave., and Kenneth Martin
Stoller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Stoller of Wendy Lane, Southfield,
were united in marriage recently
at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Milton
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
The bride wore an antique
satin gown appliqued with Alen-
con lace, and a French net man-
From LONDON, ENGLAND
tilla. She carried orchids and
Irene Stein was matron of honor.
IT STICKS TO THE
Bridesmaids were Elaine Harris,
Nancy Steingold, Ronna Lipson and
Marian Freedman. Carrie Stein
was junior bridesmaid.
"Distinctive Styling in Music
Howard Stoller was his brother's
to your Individual Taste"
best man. Ushers were Robert
Tarnopol, Allan Wilson, Richard
Stein, brother of the bride, Michael
Heidman, Carl Gilbert, Keith Stein
Socialites to Celebrate
and Bruce Stoller, brother of the
bridegroom. David Stein was ring
11th Year With Dance
A NEW TASTE SENSATION IN FINE WINES
Bring the spirit of Israel into your home—
Detroit Socialites will present bearer.
Bring the BEST products of Israel on your table
Following a Florida honeymoon,
their 11th anniversary dance 9
p.m. Sunday at the Sholem Alei- the couple will live in Royal Oak.
M EATLES S
• JERUSALEM Sweet Grape (Malaga)
Eric Rosenow and his Continent- Mrs. Kozenn Chajes
al orchestra will be featured for
• JERUSALEM Concord Grape
dancing, and social mixers and re- Plans Contemporary
JERUSALEM Light Golden Sweet (Tokay)
freshments will be included on the
Music Fete April 1
• JERUSALEM Chateau Sharon (White Med.)
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes just
• JERUSALEM Red Natural Sweet Grape
returned to Detroit after having
• JERUSALEM Hock (Dry White)
appeared in lectures on the con-
tinent and also in Israel. In Jeru-
• JERUSALEM Grand Vin Rose
salem her topic was "The Three
• JERUSALEM Dry Red (Burgundy)
Generations of Mozarts."
Jerusalem wines were awarded the highest
Presently she is preparing the
prizes and golden medals at the international
annual Detroit concert of Euro-
pean contemporary music, sched-
NOW AVAILABLE AT
uled to take place April 1, at 8:15
Your family will love it—so thick
p.m., in the Main Library Audi-
Hospital • New Babies
it sticks to the spaghetti, nenr
torium. The concert will feature
24750 Coolidge, Oak Park — 18207 Wyoming, Detroit
first U.S performances of the
Ion Voyage • Birthdays • Sympathy
,Tsjk*11 viacljg.'.1? plate.
latest works by Austrian, Czecho- ••• ••• •• •••
•••••••• ••• ••• •• •4
it's easy to be thoughtful ...
slovakian, G e r ma n, Hungarian,
Every bit of its real Italian ta'am
call us ... we'll sign your
card and deliver a gift
Israeli, Romanian and Swiss com- •
gets into your mouth. Choice of
CALL US FOR THE FINEST
basket for you.
three meatless sauces: Meatless,
Among the participants will be •
Emily Austin, violin; Albert Tip-
M us hroom, Marinara. Keep all
ton, flute; Charles Sirard, bassoon;
three on hand for tempting
Mary Norris and Lawrence La-
Gore, pianists, and other leading
singers a n d instrumentalists of
• • Roasted Whole Chicken or Turkey with Stuffing
HAVE SOME SOON!
There also will be an exhibition
• Cheese Blintzes
Potatoes and Gravy
of music, recordings and pro-
• Tasty Delicious Kishka
grams, which Mrs. Kozenn Chajes
• Dill Pickles
• Chopped Herring
• Chopped Liver
representatives a n d publishing
SHOP EARLY FOR YOUR PASSOVER NEEDS!
houses throughout the continent.
ALL SPECIALS. GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
Admission will be free.
and His ORCHESTRA
Call UN. 1-3065
u • •• •• •••••
(YOUNG BEEF LIVER
1st CUT LAMB CHOPS
1 lb. $11 39
AN Pkg. III
13500 WEST SEVEN MILE ROAD
lb. $11 25
Radomer Aid to Meet
• • •
• • •
• • •
• • •
• • •
••• •• •• ••
KOSHER PARTY TRAM
AND CHICKEN DINNER SET UPS!-'
18252 WYOMING near CURTIS
Radomer Aid and Ladies Society,
OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT SUNDOWN TO 10 P.M.
will hold an executive board meet-
WE DELIVER IN SOUTHFIELD
ing 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Work-
men's Circle Center.
ALL YOUR HOUSEHOLD ITEMS ONLY!
• DRAPERIES • BEDSPREADS • LAMP SHADES • SLIPCOVERS
• WINDOW SHADES • TABLE CLOTHS • NAPKINS • FEATHER
PILLOWS • THROW RUGS • AREA RUGS
WE REMOVE WINDOW SHADES FROM ROLLERS AND REVERSE THEM.
WE ADD FEATHERS OR DOWN TO YOUR PILLOWS.
CUSTOM DRAPERY CLEANERS TIN -1818
WE DO ALL THE WORK REMOVE AND INSTALL
Suburban Call Collect Dial Operator .
. Ask for ENterprise 7818 or reverse charges.