'Art and Artisans '70' Set at Temple Israel Brandeis Women
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
Antique dealers from Long Is-
present its 19th annual Art and land and Canton, 0., will be exhib- to Hear Young Poet,
Artisans '70 Fair noon-10 p.m. ited in the show.
Continuous "coffee and more" Sylvia Kaufman
April 12-14. The theme of this
Bereznitzer Fund Dinner
Bereznitzer Aid Society will hold
its annual Mo'os Haim fund-raising
dinner 6:30 p.m. Thursday at
Cong. Beth Billet. Chairmen are
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gottlieb.
Families and friends are invited.
will be served. Tickets will be sold
year's show is "the old, the new at the door.
Sylvia Kaufman, local author
and the now."
and poet, will be guest speaker at
spring meeting of the Greater
Over 100 paintings by Michigan
WOMEN of WAYNE ALUMNAE
artists, including Zubel Kachadoo- will hear Dr. ROSS STAGNER 8 Detroit Chapter, Brandeis Univer-
rian, Leo Kuschel and Hope Pal- p.m. Thursday at the Michigan sity National Women's Committee,
While we do the work.
mer will be seen. Sculpture and Credit Union League. Dr. Stagner, April 15 at the Great Lakes Club.
For Serving & Cleanup
ceramics also will be featured.
chairman of the psychology depart-
will be served at noon, for which
Michigan merchants will dis-
CALL LOUISE 368 - 1547
ment at Wayne State University, reservations are being taken until
play leatherwear, needlepoint,
has worked with inner-city prob- April 13 by Mrs. Ivan Scholnick,
pottery and rugs, and there will
be the "old, new and now" in lems. The public is invited at no 32933 Long Bow, Birmingham, and Classified Ads Get Quick Results
Mrs. Sidney Caplan, 1970 Balmoral.
orinetals, fur and fun fur.
Mrs. Philip Marcuse, program
chairman, will present Miss Kauf-
man, who will relate "A Search
for Identity and Freedom."
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Daughter of Probate Court
Judge and Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman,
Miss Kaufman, 24, was gradu-
ated from the University of
Michigan, where she majored in
mathematics. She taught briefly
in a Detroit junior high school,
then worked on a kibutz and
traveled in 17 European coun-
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our own enviroment." Miss Kauf-
man has titled her volume of
poems "The Need," to be publish-
ed in May by Vantage Press.
She is now enrolled in Wayne
Thurs. & Fri. to 9 p.m.
State University's law school.
Birmingham (Near °emery's)
Mrs. Aubrey Goldman, chapter
president, invites friends to this
mother-daughter day. Those unable
to attend the luncheon may hear
Miss Kaufman at 1 p.m.
The annual New Books for Old
Sale is scheduled for Sept. 10-16
Bloomfield Commons !
at Northland Center. Used books
in every category, soft or hard-
bound, for children, students,
scholars and bibliophiles may be
dropped off at 704 W. Seven Mile
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 T
Green 8 and
Bloomfield Commons !
For pickup service, the following y
Shop Sunday 12 to 5
members will assist: Mrs. Joseph
Green 8 and
Bienenstock, 353-1555; Mrs. Oscar
Zemon, UN 3-6512; and Mrs. Mar-
vin Zeskind, 368-1414.
Mrs. Bernard Farber, vice presi-
dent of voluntary contributions to
Book Fund, announces the follow-
ing chairmen are:
Detroit—Mrs. Seymour Lipsett,
19300 Afton, Bloomfield, Birming-
ham. Farmington and Franklin.
Mrs. G. Lionel Willens, 29642 Pond
Ridge, Farmington; Huntington
Woods, Oak Park, Southfield—Mrs.
Milton Zussman, 8329 Hendrie,
Huntington Woods; packets—Mrs.
Jacob Kellman, 26082 Dundee,
Huntington Woods, and endow-
ment, major and special collec-
f iss Lzan
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1st Prize $100 Savings Bond
2nd Prize $50 Savings Bond
3rd Prize $25 Savings Bond
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