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July 13, 1973 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-13

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Pioneer Womento Host Luncheon

Club news

The Greater Detroit Coun-
cil of Pioneer Women will
hold its annual Beit Nehama
Community Center luncheon
KINNERET CHAPTER,
GREATER DETROIT
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT noon July 26 at Cong. Beth
Pioneer Women, will host a BUSINESS AND PROFES- CLUB newly-elected Presi- Abraham-Hillel.
dinner and games 5 p.m. SIONAL CHAPTER, Wom- dent Mrs. Meyer Nitzkin an-
The luncheon will honor
July 22 at the Workmen's en's American ORT, recently nounces the first meeting members who have assumed
Circle Center. Friends are installed the following offi- will be held noon Monday at the cost of maintaining a
invited. For reservations, cers: Mrs. Joseph Katz, presi- the Whitehall Apts. club child at the center for a
call Rebecca Cohen, 557-9154 dent; Mesdames Joshua house. Luncheon will be serv- minimum of one month.
or Sarah Kanter, 557-6785. Gray, Sam Zack, Harry Shu- ed. The annual Israel Emer-
Beit Nehama, named in
At the first meeting hosted maker and Maurice Glicklin, gency Fund garden party will
by newly-elected President vice presidents; Irving Ja- be held noon Thursday at the honor of Emma Lazaroff
Pearl Chafetz, plans for the cobs, Jack Graff, and J. home of Mrs. Joe Weinberg,
coming year were discussed. Brainin, secretaries; Miss 24482 Lee Baker, Southfield.
Carol Schatz, treasurer; and Hostesses are Mesdames
INFANTS SERVICE Mrs. Alvin Graff, parliamen- Manuel Neiman, Harry
Brown, Rose Shapiro, Morris
GROUP will meet 8 p.m. tarian.
*
Shindler, Betty Snyder, Sam
Monday at the Zionist Cul-
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Dean, Eli Rosenbaum, Harry
tural Center. Tickets will be
sold and reservations taken Pioneer Women, will hold an Blaize, Rose Millman, Sam
Israeli cash shower noon Liptzen and Belle Cohen. For
for the annual Cherub Ball.
Wednesday at the home of tickets, call luncheon chair-
Mrs. Gerald Brody, 13400 man, Mrs. Louis Friedman,
Northfield, Oak Park. There 545-3995-
will be prizes and games.
Leave Everything to Us
LADIES OF YESHIVATH
Guests are welcome.
* *
BETH YEHUDAH AND
WOMEN'S SABBATH
JEWISH WOMEN EURO- LEAGUE will hold a lunch-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANI- eon-meeting noon Wednesday
ZATION will meet noon
at the yeshiva building. The
NORMA GOLDENBERG
Monday at the home of Ann luncheon is sponsored by Mrs.
Barkles, 20565 Patton. Plans Jennie Kramer and Mrs. Schaver of Southfield, is lo-
for a garden party will be dis-
cated in Ramat Eliyahu, a
cussed and refreshments will Rivke
Berman
honoring
life
members
and the
birthday
of suburb of Rishon le Zion.
be served.
Ida Goldsmith. Guest speaker The building was construct-
*
*
for the afternoon will be Rab- ed, maintained exclusively
NORTHGATE CHAPTER, I bi Eli Freedman of the yesh- by Pioneer Women in De-
Pioneer Women, will meet iva. Hostesses are Mesdames troit.
noon Monday at the North- Walter Epstein, Harld Kap-
The structure houses three
gate recreation hall. Refresh- lan, Mendel Stark, Gussie kinds of day care programs
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
ments will be served. Mrs. Cardash, Solomon Oppen and as well as academic and
Clara Sherizen, president, in- Becky Gendelman. Mrs. Leo vocational training courses
vites guests.
Laufer, president, invites for youth and -women.
guests."
This year, the center is
*
participating in a special
Phone
DAVID - HORODOK- summer vacation program
• STYLE
ER WOMEN'S ORGANIZA- for mothers of large families
• ELEGANCE
Orchestra and Entertainment
TION will meet noon Tues- plus two of their youngest
• BEAUTY
day at the home of Mrs. children. The recipients of
Harry Schechter, 25639 Gar- the program are drawn from
WYN-HAROLD CATERING
field, Southfield, announces the lowest socioeconomic
Mrs. Alex Dorchen, president. group of those who have
Plans for the Aug. 28 lunch- immigrated to Israel. This
Complete Line of China, Giftware, Crystal, Sterling Silver, Bridal Registry
eon at the home of Mrs. overall effort involves 1,700
Philip Kutnick, 13201 Dart- mothers and 2,970 children
mouth, Oak Park, will be dis- who are experiencing a
cussed. Hostesses are Mrs. period of rest, relaxation and
Kutnick and Mrs. Julius education for the first time
Spielberg.
in their lives.
Norma Goldenberg, vocal-
OAKFIELD CHAPTER, ist, will provide the music
Women's American ORT, will at the luncheon. Mrs. Morris
conclude its new and used Raskin will be chairman-of-
book sale 10 a.m.-9 p.m. to- the-day. Mrs. Morris Mendel-
Normally when
day at the Livonia Mall. Pro- son will offer the invocation,
you purchase sets of
ceeds will support ORT pro- Mrs. Hyman Disner accom-
International Sterling you
jects.
panied by Mrs. Jacob Wilk
lace $30 to $100 over

omen's

I I WHY WORRY ! I

HOME CATERING

557-6157

will perform the anthems,
Mrs. Victor Ross, newly
elected president of the
Greater Detroit Council of
Pioneer Women, will extend
greetings. Mrs. Norman I.
Leemon and Mrs. Milton
Weiss are co-chairmen of
Beit Nehama.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 13, 1973-27

University of Michigan Ar-
tists and Craftsmen Guild
will host a FREE ARTS FES-
TIVAL 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Wed-
nesday through July 21 on
East University St. in Ann
Arbor. The public is invited.

\\1111,,,,,

8ngagement

Mr. and Mrs. Irving B.
Kremer of Larges Ave.,
Southfield, announce the en-
gagement of their • daughter
Mary Lou to Robert Warnke
II, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Robert D. Warnke of Plain-
well, Mich. An August wed-
ding is planned.

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SAVE! Nr SAVE!
BUY DIRECT

FROM THE
I M PORTER

C)

MUSIC BY

SAM BARNETT

SEYMOUR
KAPLAN.
and Co.

IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
OF FINE DIAMONDS

30555 Southfield,
Suite 100
645-9200

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

968-2563

CLEARANCE SALE

50-75% OFF

Larry Freedman

Red Hot Buys

647-2367

Red Hot Days Ahead

S /A\VIlh AT: 06

..

regular open sloth prices.
Now until December 31,
1973 these facings
'2""
are doubled.

Bell-Gittleman
Troth Announced

Left to right: I.a Strada III, —

Prelude I, Grande Regency III,

1810 II, DuBarry IV,

Joan of Arc I, Royal Danish III.

for the

Come See ... Come Try . . . Come Buy ..

• Slacks • Blouses • Blazers • All-Weather Coats

• Short & Long Dresses • Pant Suits • Bags

SIZES 12-20, 12 1/2-241/2

BOBYE GREEN'S

`Better Half Fashions

Mon. - Sat. 10:30 - 4:30

3055 W. 12 Mile, Berkley

398-1331

HAIR FASHIONS by RONALD

is proud to announce that

All Active Patterns
available with this offer.

Prices subject to change

without notice.

International
Sterling 0.6

All patterns

made in U.S.A.

Gr o up
Place Sriae P i eces

I6-pc. Service for 4

Now Save $60

R e gular
Opentocl: r
Price

No w Ptt e Sale

$240.00

6180.00

36-Pc. Service for 8

including chest

$599.00

6449.00

$839.00

$629.00

Now Save 815(1

all priced to give savings as

described for Group I.

Large size pieces are also

52-pc. Service for 12

including chest

MISS ELLEN BELL

Group II, Ill and (V pattern,

available at sale prices.

Now Save 8210

by Seymour Kaplan & Co., Suite 1 50—Congress

30555 Southfield Road

645-9203

Bldg.

1 Blic S. of 13 Mile

Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Bell
of Beverly Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Ellen to Lenny
Gittleman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. -Ed Gittleman of Hill-
-brook Ave., Livonia.
Mr. Gittleman was gradu-
ated from Eastern Michigan
University with a bachelor's
degree.
A December wedding is
planned.

(Formerly of
The Second Look)
Has joined our
staff of stylists

23720 Southfield Road, Southfield, Mich.

Hours: Tues. - Sun. by Appt.

Call 557-0680

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