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September 20, 1968 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
40—Friday, September 20, 1960

Softball Team Wins
OP Championship Again

The four-year-old Mertz Bake
Shoppe softball team, nicknamed
"the Cookies," has won its fourth
consecutive Oak Park League
championship and its second con-
secutive Detroit Class B champion-
ship.
The Cookies, sponsored by Oak
Park baker Leo Mertz, consists of
\ ,..5,
ix school teachers, an electrical
engineer, a psychologist, two aspir-
ing advertising men, one consultant
and two college students.

J. J. CLARKE STUDIO

Portraiture of Distinction
For Your Weddings
Formals - Candids - Direct Color

3223 W. McNichols

Mr. Muirland

Call 341-4141

MUSIC

MORI LITTLE]

AND THE TOWNSMEN
(Guaranteed Entertainment)

KE 4-5980

A BEAUTIFUL

CARPET

Al-4D

FURNITURE CLEANING

Satisfaction guaranteed —
Mothproofing free. Wall-
to-wall carpet cleaning.
Five cents a square foot,
minimum $15.

542-4735

activities in Society

Sidney Spitz Appointed
to Rehabilitation Body

Wayne County Supervisor Sid-
ney Spitz was appointed to
the Mayor's Rehahilitation Com-
mittee on Skid Row Problems by
Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh.
As a county supervisor, Spitz is
now serving his second term of
office on the taxation and appor-
tionment committee, roads and
bridges committee, select commit-
tee on human relations and is vice
chairman of the port committee for
Wayne County.

Marilyn Nussbaum, 18, 25847 Woodvilla, Southfield, and Carol
Duchan, 17, 24601 Harding, Oak Park, have enrolled as freshmen
at Yeshiva University's Stern College for Women, New York City.
Marilyn, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Nussbaum, is a graduate
of Ford High School. Carol, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Duchan, is a graduate of Mumford High SchooL
The Chaim Weizmann Society recently honored Joshua Joyrich
on the occasion of his graduation from the Midrasha, College of Jewish
Studies. President Joseph Newmark gave him a Jewish National
Fund certificate for four trees in IsraeL Also honored that evening
were Messrs. and Mesdames Sam Cherry and Harry Levine on the
occasion of their 56th and 53rd anniversaries, respectively.
Out-of-town guests at the recent Bar Mitzva of Michael Jay Seltzer,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Carl Seltzer of Burgess Ave., were his
grandmother, Mrs. Adella Seltzer, and Mr. and Mrs. L Seltzer, of
Houston; Mr. Ben Solomon of Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. L Kramer
and family of Pittsburgh; and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Linden of Shaker
Heights,
0.
-
At the recent wedding of Ruth Devera Smith to Dr. Irving Ira
Foon, out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Levine of Evanston,
Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Demont of Peoria, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. David
Trenk of East Orange, N.J., Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. Smith of Pikes-
vine, Md., and Mrs. Sarah Sanphier, grandmother of the bride, from
Winnipeg.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weiss, 14220 LaBelle, Oak Parit, are cele-
brating their 25th wedding anniversary with their family and friends
this weekend.
At the recent Bar Mitzva of Larry Michael - Schlussel, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Schlussel of Patton Ave., out-of-town guests included
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Goldstick of Great Neck, N.Y.; Dr. and Mrs.
Harry Lepsky of Cincinnati; and Mrs. Sadie Weinstock of Miami Beach.

• 706 N. Woodward, Birmingham

North of Maple Rd., MI 4-5166

At Cranbrook Rd., MI 7-0059

I

..1 611

RY 00 - 11 ER

-JEWELER.

DIAMONDS - PEARLS - JEWELRY

PEARL AND BEAD STRINGING
406 Broderick Tower — 963-1573

... -. ,

547-0896

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Mr. & Mrs. Robinson

and Staff of

ROBINSON'S LEATHER SHOP

Wish All Our Friends and Customers
a Year of Health and Happiness.

25250 Greenfield at 10 Mile

remmeememeemertmemesemeemeemmeseememos

. . •
• •
I . • .







CRITERION CLUB

Cordially invites you and your friends to the



featuring




HOLIDA1V
DISCOTHEQUE 1 • •
-

"Autumn Capers"/



- . •



• an elaborate, vaudeville-style revue, starring CAROL KIMMEL
• and a talented, king-size troupe of nearly fifty (50) entertainers. •
e

Sat, evening, Sept. 21st, 9:00 P.M. 'till ??


Oak Park Community Center, 14300 Oak Park Blvd.

di
MISS SUSAN HAMMERSTEIN
ol
IS
• Refreshments
• Social mixers
• Popular dancing

*

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Hammerstein •
Admicsion: one dollar per person

of Ardmore Dr., announce the en- •

For information call: Bernard Moss 544-7382 or
gagement of their daughter Susan •

Jennie Marian UN. 4-4932

Gail to Gerald Allen Lobel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lobel of Bur- Mee, 000 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
ton St., Oak Park.
A November wedding is planned.

KOSHER PARVE CANDY

At The

CANDY . CONE

Ballet Jraining

23111 COOLIDGE, OAK PARK
LI 2-4463

No. of 9 Mile

A Comprehensive Program-
Pre-Ballet through Advanced


Marjorie Vassard

We Wish You All A Very
Happy New Year.

Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Warsh

School of Ballet




=TAW'

Private and Commercial Shows

545-2737

Miss Nahell to Become
111rs Allan Ben,Nov.26

• 2507 W. Maple, Birmingham

& ORCHESTRA

LI 7-2770

THE
SHELDON ROTT
ORCHESTRA

Advertising man Leonard W.
Simons, of the Simons-Michelson
Co., will deliver a commentary on
the Old Testament at the Mayor's
Interfaith Prayer Breakfast 7:30
a.m. Sept. 30 at Cobo Hall.
Honorary members of Mayor
Cavanagh's Interfaith Breakfast
Committee, under chairman Virgil
E. Boyd, president of Chrysler
Corp., include Paul Borman, pre-
sident of Borman Foods; Max M.
Fisher, chairman of the Fisher-
New Center Co.; and Samuel N.
Gershenson, treasurer of the Ho-
tel Pontchartrain.

hairdressers

DICK STEIN

Professional Entertainment

Leonard Simons to Talk Hammerstein-Lobel
at Interfaith Breakfast Rites in November

HOLIDAY GREETINGS
9/1fritt SatOIL

Music the Stein-Way

Member of Cecchetti Council of America
Member of Imperial Society of Teachers
of Dancing, London, England

13015 W. 7 MILE RD. UN 4-2197 UN1-2824

(A few minutes E. of Lodge Freeway)

MISS BARBARA NAKELL

• LIGHTING
• HARDWARE
• BATHROOMS
• ACCESSORIES

Visit one of America's
Most Beautiful Show rooms

Mrs. Gerard J. Nakell of Marlovi
Ave., Oak Park, announces thi
engagement of her daughter Bar
bara Ann to Allan yayne Ben, so:
of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Ben o f
Rosemary Blvd., Oak Park.
Miss Nakell is a graduate o f
Wayne State University and s
past vice president of Delta P i
Epsilon Sorority. Mr. Ben holds a
bachelors degree from the Unive
sity of Michigan and a. jtuis d
tors degree from U. of M. La
School, where he was affiliate
with Tau Epsilon Rho law frate '-
nity.
- The couple- is planning to w 1
Nov. 26.

i

1

24200

Telegraph

(between 9 & 10 Mile Rds.)

Southfield

353-2106 ,

We Wish You All
A Happy and Healthy

New Year

•BOOK-O-RAMA

13645 W. NINE MILE

398-4764

Oak Park
OPEN DAILY 9:30 t• 90; SUNDAY 110:30 to 8:00



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