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December 03, 1971 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-03

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The ttaine Bracelet

FOR HANUKA

Iskiwbomsz. Mothers, Grandnias;
14 - Kt. Gold; Sterling & Gold Filled
From $3.00

TERRI SHAWN 546 4312

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Sisters Dolores Fleisher and
Anita Phillips and their mother,
Mrs. Jack Prady, have opened
the COSTUME JEWELRY AND
ACCESSORIES SHOP in the Ad-
vance Building, Nine Mile and
Greenfield, Suite 343. Costume
jewelry items, jewelry boxes, cuff
links, paper weights, ash trays,

• • •
Schubot Exhibits
Costliest Watches

Greatest Selection
Of Contemporary

Furs

The world's most expensive
watches were on display this week
at the John R. St. jewelry salon
of Jules R. Schubot. The firm is
headed by Douglas Schubot, son
of the late founder .
Entrance to the three-day show-
ing of Piaget timepieces was by
invitation only.
On display were such trifles as
a $10,500 pendant watch on 18-
karat gold chains studded with
lapis lazuli stones and other items
with gold bracelet bands diamond
accents and gemstone dials of
jade, coral and turquois. One
men's gold watch, priced at a
mere $2,650, featured twin dials,
one set in E u
_ ropean time.
Crafted in Switzerland, each
Piaget watch is said to involve
some 200 to 400 hour's work.
For those to whom price -is an
object, the cheapest watch is
hardly worth talking about—just
$1,000.

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GREENFIELD AT 9 MI. RD.

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December Hours
Mon.-Sat. 10-4
Sun. 12-4

BankAmericard

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS

Helen Zinberg

The hair you - pluck will come back to haunt
you. Before you tweeze again, remember this
Quotation from one of the foremost medical
authorities on the subject of human hair:
"Plucking out strong hairs should never be
advised." Why not ? Because the long term
penalties for continued plucking can be so
severe:
now that Air-cooled jet
You may stimulate the
Stream Electrolysis is avail-
growth of additional hairs
able to you. This is the first
around the one you pull
method
of permanent hair
out.
removal with everything to
2. You may cause succes-
commend
it. Air-cooled Jet
sive generations of hair from

the abused follicle to grow
coarser, longer, darker.
3. You may cause skin- irri-
tations, pits, scars.
4. You may make eventual
'permanent removal slower
.. and , costlier by pulling the
- mot and follicle . out of

Stream is faster, more com-

fortable.
Electrolysis is the only
medically approved method
to remove hair permanently.
Investigate this suprior spe-
cialised service for the p. r-
manent -improvement a-
confidence. You owe it
yourself to look your bet

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U-M Jewish Theater -Lists Changes in Dates

belts, robes and numerous other
items can be found at this new
jewelry boutique. Manager is the
women's father, Jack, a former
jeweler.
* *
"Everything You've Always
Wanted to Know About Fat" is
the theme of a staff luncheon Sat-
urday, at the Royalty House, War-
ren, which is being hosted by
WEIGHT WATCHERS OF EAST-
ERN MICHIGAN, INC., and
Weight Watchers of Central Mich-
igan, Inc. The luncheon will in-
clude a discussion led by psychol
ogist Dr. Sonya Friedman on the
psychological problems experienced
by overweight people.
• • *
MAURICE A. BETMAN, presi-
dent of Professional Pension Con-
sultants, was elected to the board
of directors of the Michigan As-
sociation of Life Insurance Coun-
selors.

The" Maar Theater production of vance at the Hi Iel Foundation be-
"It Turns" at the University of ginning Monday and also will be
Michigan has been postponed until available at the door.
the weekend of Jan. 22-23. Per-
forminces will be at 8 p.m. Tick-
ets may be reserved by phoning
autie3 &,;,face
the Hillel Foundation, 6634129, be-
ginning -.Tan. 17. They also will be
available at the - door.
The date and time for the Jew-
ish Theater for Children produc-
tion of "The Day Ladle Lost Its
Latke" have been changed to Dec.
14, at 4:15, 7 and 8:30 p.m.
Sizes 6-14
Tickets can be purchased in ad-

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• Robes •Sportswear
• Purses & Jewelry

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Tennis Dresses

op.

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For Your Holiday Shopping

M. Hack on Board
of Footwear Assn:

OPEN MON.-FR1. 'til 9 p.m

Morton Hack, president of Hack
Shoe Co., was elected to a three-
year term as a director of the
Prescription Footwear Association
at its annual meeting in Cincinnati
concluded on Monday.
Amalgamation of the 58-member
Orthopedic Shoe Association, head-
ed by Rack, with the PFA, was
accomplished along with the adop-
tion of new membership require-
ments and a professional code of
ethics. The merger was urged
upon the two groups by the Ameri-
can Orthopedic Foot Society of
the American Academy of Ortho-
pedic Surgeons.
C

Standard Federal Sets
Branch Office Opening

INC.

Friday, December 3, 1971-39

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Business Brevities

Standard Federal Savings and
Loan Association will open a new
branch office Monday on Green-
field Rd., one block north of 12
Mile. "Open house" will extend
through Dec. 17.
Replacing the branch located at
3055 W. 12 Mile, the new office
offers free parking. an auto-teller
window and other facilities that
could not be provided in the old
location.
Leonard Knox, who managed the
office on 12 Mile will be manager
of the new branch.
Customers opening new or add-
ing to present accounts in amounts
of $200 to $999 at the new office
location will be given a G.E. elec-
tric alarm clock. Those opening
new or adding to present accounts
in amounts of $1,000 or more will
receive a silver tray.

Beth Jacob Starts
Seminary's 10th Year

The Beth Jacob Teachers Semi-
nary, marking its 10th year, re-
sumed classes last month.
Acceptance to the Beth Jacob
Hebrew Teachers Program is limit-
ed to graduates of both Jacob
schools and those with • similarly
qualified backgrounds.
Rabbi Sholom Goldstein, prin-
cipal of Beth Jacob, states that
four subjects are being offered in
the current term: Humash of Bere-
shit with the commentaries of
Nachmanides and Seporno; an in-
depth study of the laws of the
Sabbath in the Shulhan Arukh Ora
Chaim; the Psalms with commen-
taries of Rashi and Rabbi David
Ben Kinsky; and the salient por-
tions of the sedra of the week.
The seminary is under the direc-
tion of Rabbi Jacob Levi. Other
instructors are Rabbis Goldstein
and Chaim Schloss.
Graduates of the Beth Jacob
Seminary, a biweekly evening
school, receive a Hebrew teacher's
certificate for elementary classes
upon completion of the program...

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in
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DEC. 12

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