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September 06, 1968 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Miss Barnett, Mr. Adler
Plan a Winter Wedding

MISS MARSHA BARNETT

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barnett of
Huntington Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Mar-
sha to Alan Adler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Adler of New Hampshire
Rd., Southfield.
Miss Barnett is a graduate of the
University of Michigan and was a
member of the Phi Sigma Sigma
Sorority. Her fiance attends Wayne
State University as a mass com-
munications major and is a
member of Tau Epsilon Phi Fra-
ternity.
A December wedding is planned.

Business
Brevities

JULIET SUBURBAN, Green-8
Center only, is celebrating the
opening of the Juliet Wig Boutique
by offering stretch wigs, wiglets,
mini falls, dome falls and long
falls at half price. The grand open-
ing special starts Saturday and
Sunday. Professionally trained con-
sultants will be available to assist
any customer.

I

Men's Clubs

BETH SHALOM MEN'S CLUB
will be joined by the sisterhood
for a program, "Know Your
Party's Platform," 8:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the. synagogue. Joseph
R. Farnham, chairman of the
Oakland County Republican Party,
and attorney Allen Zemmol, candi-
date for the Democratic seat in
the 18th Congressional District,
will speak. Jules Harwood, Beth
Shalom vice president, will act as
moderator. The meeting is open to
the public.

Brevities

The D'OYLY CARTE OPERA
COMPANY, fountainhead of Gil-
bert and Sullivan for nearly 100
years, will bring two of its produc-
tions from London to Detroit this
fall, C. W. Van Lopik, manager of
Masonic Auditorium, announced.
Scheduled for Detroit are "The
Mikado," Nov. 26, and "Pinafore,"
Nov. 27. "The Mikado" is on the
Masonic Auditorium Choral Series.
*
The Adult Education Division of
the Detroit Board of Education has
announced the fall term REAL ES-
TATE CLASS will begin on Sept.
16, and will continue for 12 weeks
on Monday evenings at Henry Ford
High School.
* *
"SOCK IT TO 'EM TIGERS" is
now a recorded song, released on
the Detroit Sound label, just in
time for the Tiger fans to cheer
their team through the home
stretch. The York Mills Trio sings
the new Tiger song, written by
Leonard Moss and produced by E.
A. Steiner, Jr.
*
The Statler Hilton Hotel will be
the site of the annual meeting of
the SOCIETY . OF PHILATELIC
AMERICANS and SPAPEX 68,
staged by the Michigan Stamp
Club this weekend. Hours will be
10 a.m.-10 p.m. today and Satur-
day, and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday.
Admission is free.
* * *
Sixten Ehrling will conduct the
opening performances of the DE-
TROIT SYMPHONY ORCHES-
TRA's 1968-69 season in Ford
Auditorium, Sept. 12 and 14. Both
programs will be all-orchestra.
*
AMERICAN SHOWCASE, one of
America's exciting historical ex-
hibits, will open at Northland Cen-
ter Wednesday for five days. Spon-
sored by American Heritage, the
Magazine of History, with the coop-
eration of the nation's leading in-
dustrial organizations, American
Showcase depicts the progress of
various industries and their prod-
ucts from early times through to-
day. Among the many rare items
in the exhibit will be original silver
made by Paul Revere; china,
which has been used in the White
House, and a Civil War medicine
chest found on the battlefield at
Bull Run. A souvenir replica of an
antique newspaper will be distrib T
uted without charge to visitors.
There is no admission charge.

I Juliet

1,

GREEN-8
CENTER ONLY !

SATURDAY & SUNDAY

I

JERUSALEM — Two research
scholarships for the forthcoming
academic year were awarded by
the "Abraham Granott Fund",
which is held in trust by the Jew-
ish National Fund, to two students
of the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem.
One stipend was awarded to
Baruch Kimmerling, a student of
the faculty of economics and so-
cial sciences, to facilitate the prog-
ress of his research on the village
and agricultural development in
Uganda and the Ivory Coast. The
other stipend was awarded to Ne-
hemiah Hassid for his research on
"The Optimal Family Unit for
Agricultural Settlers."

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Scholarships Awarded
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Woodman, spare that t r e e!
Touch not a single bough!
In youth it sheltered me,
And I'll protect it now.
—George P. Morris

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GRAND OPENING

Juliet Wig Boutique

Stretch Wigs
Wiglets
Mini Falls
Dome Falls
Long Falls

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Juliet Stores
For This--
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