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March 17, 1972 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38—Friday, March 17, 1972

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VICKIE CARROLL
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UNWANTED HAIR

REMOVED -FOREVER

MEN JA WOMEN

You can't hide un-
wanted hair. Stop
tweeting, shaving
Of chemically , re-
moving it. •

Let me demonstrate the NEW
DIAL-A-MATK short wave method
on any part of the body. FASTER
THAN OLD METHODS USED.
Leaves the skin soft and smooth.

Old

Tfraera to Meet
'

• the' Halinah Schloss Old Timers ,
will hold its annual inaugural meet-
ing 8 p.m. 'Thursday at the Jewish
Center. Judge Benjamin D. Bur-
dick of the Wayne County Circuit
Court. will speak.

New Yorkers EARL WILSON
and VINCENT SARDI will be
guests in the final DETROIT
TOWN HALL LECTURE SERIES
of the season 11 a.m. Wednesday
at the Fisher Theater. A fashion
show and luncheon, featuring a
complete Sardi's menu, will follow
the lecture. For tickets, call the
Town Hall Lecture Series, 871-0094.
* • •
Sutton Place Apartments will
present an evening of piano music
by DAVID SYME, concert pianist,
8:30 p.m. March 26 at the. Sutton
Place club house, Southfield.

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Featuring Bottles: Avons, Beams, etc. Collector's Plates, Dolls,
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(Continued from Page 27)
WOMEN OF JEWISH NA- -
TIONAL FUND will meet noon
Tuesday at Cong. Bnai 'Moshe. Ac-.
cording to Mrs. Frank Silverman,
president, presentations of awards
will be made . for projects under-
taken by members and their fami-
lis. Plaques for inscriptions on the
Pillars" cd. Courage, at Gadot, IS-
rael, also will be awarded_ to do:
nors who reclaimed a minimum
of .two dunams (half acre) in - the
Gadot area. Another - feature will
be the presentation of life mem-
bership pins. Members who will
bring a new life member to the
meeting will be honored. Joan
Sofferin and her guitar will be
the feature entertainment of -the.
afternoon. Mrs. Silverman is ask-
ing JNF Blue-White boxholders to
bring their boxes for spring clear-
ance Program chairman of the
day is Mrs. Louis Levine. Partici-
pating will be Mrs. Anton - Rosen
feld, membership chairman, and
Mrs. William Levin, chairman of
fund raising. Dessert luncheon will
be served, and friends are wel-
come.
• • •

Future Assurance, with the co-
operation of the -NationalfBank of
Southfield and "the -SouthfieleArts- •
Council, will display 22 original
lithographs published by -CURRIER'
dr IVES at three offices of the Na-
tional Bank of Southfield. For
viewing by the public, they are in.
the Northland Towers lobby until
Monday at which time they- will
be moved to 27100 Lahser, South-
field. This is from the collection
of the Travelers Indemnity Coin-
pony.

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SHALOM GROUP, lladassah, will
meet 12:30 p.m. today at the Ru-
biner Gallery, Royal-Oak, for "An
Afternoon With the Artist." Roy
Fleming, head of Kingswood School
art department, will present his
collections which are part of his
third, one-man show now at the
Rubiner Gallery. A petite luncheon
will be served. Prospective mem-
bers and guests are invited. For
information, call Mrs. Carl Rubin,
352-4699.
• • •
TEMPLE BETH JACOB SIS-
TERHOOD will present a program
of socio-dramas, "Times of Our
Lives" 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at the
temple. Three panelists will lead
'discussions. They are Rabbi H.
Philip Berkowitz; psychologist Rob-
ert Shapiro; and National Federa-
tion of Temple Sisterhoods board
member Mrs. Lillian Maltzer. Pe-
tite luncheon will be served. Chair-
man of the program is Mrs. Ted
Simon.
• * •
SOUTH ACRES CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will meet
8 p.m. Monday at Somerset com-
munity room. Carole Melamud will
discuss "The Achievement of Sex-
ual Harmony Within Marriage."
• • •
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD will
join the men's club for their annual
joint musical program 8:30 p.m.
Monday in the synagogue. A social
hour will follbw.
• • •
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet noon
Monday in the Coach House club
room. Hostesses are Mrs. L. Ger-
mansky and Mrs. J. Goldstein.
• • •
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Zionist Cultural Cen-
ter. Hostesses for the meeting are
Mesdames Sylvia Kohn, Rose Sie-
gel, Sarah Terebelo and Belle
Weinstock. President Lil Varnen
announces that the donor luncheon
will be discussed. Guests are in-
vited.

A 1927 mystery thriller, "THE
CAT AND THE CANARY," star-
ring Laura LaPlante, will be pre-
sented by the MOTOR CITY
THEATER ORGAN SOCIETY 8
p.m. Tuesday at the Redford
Theater. The musical accompani-
ment will be played by Dennis
Tames. All proceeds from the show-
ing will be used by the society in
its restoration work. Tickets may,
be purchased in advance at the
Redford Theater box office.

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