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October 05, 1973 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-05

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Debbie Apple Plans THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, October 5, 1973-27
an April Wedding Prisons Get Books From Brandeis

Women's Club news

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will hold a board
meeting 11:30 a.m. Monday
in the synagogue. Mrs. Ar-
thur Schussler, sisterhood
president, announces the
agenda will include plans for.
Sukkot. Refreshments will be
served.
* * *
NORTHWEST CHILD RES-
CUE WOMEN will hold its
next meeting 11:30 a.m.
Thursday at Knob in the
Woods Apts. club house. Jour-
nal kits and tickets will be
distributed by the chairmen.

/ ATTENTION

LADIES

Opening in
Birmingham

LOLA

DRESSMAKING &
ALTERATIONS

250 MARTIN ST.
Suite 206

(1 blk. S. of Maple) W. of Woodward

BLOOMFIELD HILLS
GROUP, Hadassah, will join
Farmington Group for a
luncheon meeting noon Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Mar-
vin Fleischman, 494 Dunston,
Bloomfield Hills. Ray Frost
Fleming will speak on "De-
sign — a Potpourri of Form
and Color." Fleming, who is
associated with Robert Kidd
Associates, was the head of
the art departments of Mercy
College and Kingswood.

* * *

HUNTINGTON W 0 0 D S
GROU P, Hadassah, will
gather 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Byron
Gerson, 26640 Huntington,
Huntington Woods. Mrs. Er-
nestine Lerner, marriage
counselor and social worker,
will lead a discussion on the
changing roles of women.
Buffet luncheon will be
served.
* * *
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pi-
oneer Women, will meet 12:30
p.m. Oct. 15 at the home of
Fanny Stern, 20544 Charlton
Sq., Southfield. Mrs. Harold
Berke of El Al Israel Airlines
will speak on her travels in
Romania, Iran and Israel.
Luncheon will be served.
Guests are welcome. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Stern,
535-8057.

Over 20 yrs. experience in Europe
and 4 Yrs. in the States

Larry Freedman

We make new dresses
with your material.
We alter all dresses,
pants, skirts, coats, etc.

Orchestra and Entertainment

Call for Appt.-642-7377
8-5 Monday through Saturday

647-2367

FOR QUICK SALE

OF YOUR UNWANTED USED FURS

El-Mars Suburban Shop

Eleanor Heyman

Marion Feuerman

WE CAN SELL YOUR MINK COATS,

JACKETS, STOLES

FUN FURS, PERSIANS, BROADTAIL FURS,
FUR TRIMMED SWEATERS, etc.

13661 W. 1 1 Mile, just West
Oak Park, Mich. (Across from A & P)

of Coolidge

IS ON THE WAY...

with our newly arrived fashions

• SLACKS •BLOUSES
BLAZERS •COATS
• SHORT & LONG DRESSES
• PANT SUITS •BAGS
• SWEATERS

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

Come see... Come try
...Come Buy

7

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ashions

BANKAMERICARD

master charge

10:30 -4:30

3055 W. 12 Mile Road

(1 block west ofBerkky Skew)

Berkley, Michigan

398 1331

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MISS DEBBIE APPLE

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Apple
of Ingram Ave., Livonia, an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter Debbie to
Bernard Schwartz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Schwartz of
Kipling Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Apple attended Michi-
gan State University and is
majoring in dental hygiene
at the University of Detroit.
Her fiance was graduated
from Wayne State Univer-
sity and attends the Univer-
sity of Detroit's dental
school. He is affiliated with
Alpha Omega Dental Fra-
ternity.
An April wedding is
KINNERET CHAPTER, planned.
Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Monday at the Work-
men's Circle Center. Frances
Shayne will present a Sukkot
program. Hostesses will be
Gladys Auster and Sadie
Mildred Weiss, national
Lerman. Friends are invited.
chairman of program and
* *
education of Pioneer Women,
DETROIT WOMEN OF will be guest speaker at the
ALPHA OMEGA will hold fund-raising luncheon cele-
its annual membership tea brating the inaugural of
noon Tuesday at the home Shalom-Chai Chapter noon
of Mrs. Jason Goode, 4478 Oct. 25 in the Knob-in-the
Duval Ct., Birmingham. New Woods Apts. club house.
members will be honored.
Mrs. Lillian Lublin, presi-

*
dent, invites interested
WOMEN OF JEWISH NA- women. There is an admis-
TIONAL FUND will have a sion charge, and proceeds
board meeting noon Tuesday will aid the Pioneer Women
at the Zionist Cultural Center. Child Rescue Fund in Israel.
Programing and jubilee year A hand-made afghan will be
events will be taken up. awarded.
Luncheon will be served by
For reservations, call Mrs.
Mesdames Morris Kraft, Al- Lillian Barsh, DI 1-1386, or
bert Posen, Irving Schlussel Mrs. Lublin, 273-2698.
and Benjamin Schwartz.

Shalom-Chai Set
for Fund Raising

* *

Socialites Plan
Holiday Social

important in one locale, but
not another. Mrs. Berler also
said every effort will be made
to seek book titles in unusual
cases, such as the request in
Texas.

THE
NEEDLEWORKS

870 Bowers

(E. of Hunter 4 blks. S. of Maple)

Mon.-Sat. 10-5

• KITS
• CANVAS
• IMPORTED YARNS •

Needlepoint & Bargello
Classes Starting Oct. 18
—REGISTER
NOW-
_

To Review 'Marilyn'

Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine
will review Norman Mailer's
biography, "Marilyn," the
life of Marilyn Monroe, 8:30
p.m. Monday at the Birming-
ham Temple. There is a
charge.

MUSIC BY

SAM BARNETT

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

968-2563

MR. & MRS. SEYMOUR KAPLAN,



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NISKAR & THEIR FAMILIES

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Wish Their Friends & Cbstomers

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PRIMROSE BENEVO-
LENT CLUB will hold an
open meeting noon Monday
at the Whitehall Apts. club
Detroit Socialites will hold
house. Luncheon will be its Yom Kippur Night Dance
served by hostesses M r s . 9 p.m. Saturday at Berkley
Louis Jacobson and M r s . Masonic Temple.
Burstein. A book review will
Music for dancing will be
be be given by Mardi Du provided by Eric Rosenow
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
Mouchel. Friends are invited. and His Continentals orches-
S .
645-9200 =
30555
SOUTHFIELD, SUITE 100
* * *
tra, announces Kay Good- E
AESCULAPIAN PHARM- man, program chairman.
ACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION Refreshments, social mixers
LADIES AUXILIARY will and prizes will be part of
meet noon Wednesday at the the evening's program. The
home of Mrs. Hyman Mar- community is invited.
golis, 14820 Borgman, Oak
The organization is com-
Park. Plans for the forth- prised of Jewish men and
coming dinner-dance will be women, over age 35. For in-
discussed. Mrs. Sam Kaplan, formation, call Shirley
president, invites all wives Kaner, 398-2296, or Mollie
of pharmacists.
Stern, 342-2791.

= Happy, Healthy & Prosperous
New Year

SEYMOUR KAPLAN

MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 11 A.M. to 4 P.M.
o phone calls please.

Mon.-Sat.

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*

El-Mars Furs

g reet!

TOWERS GROUP, Hadas-
sah, will meet noon Oct. 16
at the Sutton Place Apts.
club house. Mrs. Sam Bale,
program vice president, will
present a program "Some-
thing Different — but Enter-
taining," featuring Sidney
Siege 1, photographer for
Channel 2, and his wife
Naomi. A petite luncheon
will be served by Mesdames
Lawrence Blau, social chair-
man; and Abram Wise, Ir-
ving Gould and Jolan
Schwieger. Life members
will be honored. Filled eye-
banks, JNF boxes, dues and
pledges will be accepted.
For contribution cards, call
Mrs. Henry Rice, 557-9417.
Mrs. Maurice M. Perlman,
president, invites guests.
• * *
CHANA CZENESH CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet noon Monday at the
Charterhouse Apts. c 1 u b
room. Mrs. Fanny Fischer
will moderate a program.
"Come and Speak Your
Mind." Refreshments will be
served and guests are in-
vited.

WALTHAM, Mass.—When
an inmate in a Texas prison
asked for books this summer
to study animal husbandry
and poultry production, his
request traveled 2,300 miles,
ending up at Brandeis Uni-
versity.
More specifically, it ended
up in the office of the Bran-
deis National Women's Com-
mittee, a 65,000-member vol-
unteer organization that has
maintained libraries at the
university for 2 years.
Mrs. Albert Berler of San
Antonio, a past national
president of the National
Women's Committee, is
credited with the idea of
channeling books from her
organization into p r i so n
libraries.
Local chapters of the wom-
en's committee — there are
about 120 across the country
— traditionally give away
volumes left over from local
book sales held each year.
Such sales ultimately bene-
fit Brandeis libraries, while
unsold books go to schools,
hospitals and similar institu-
tions.
Each such institution will
be treated on an individual
basis. Foreign language
books, for example, may be

and CO.

* *

EVERGREEN GROU P,
Hadassah, will meet 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Jewish
W a r Veterans memorial
home. District attorney Wal-
ter Shapero will speak on
"Minority Quotas." There
will be a prize for a paid-up
member. Refreshments will
be served.

Cocktails for Singles

Swinging Singles, 25 and
up, will hold a cocktail
party, with dancing to a
band, 8 p.m. Sunday, at the
Glen Oaks Country Club.
For information, call Henri-
etta Lewis, LI 6-0903.

ORT Parley to Open
in Washington Oct. 21

WASHINGTON—Some 1,800
delegates, representing the
110,000 members of Women's
American ORT in 850 chap-
ters throughout the U. S.,
will attend the forthcoming
22nd biennial national con-
vention of the organization
to be held Oct. 21-25, at the
Washington Hilton.
associate
Torn
Wicker,
editor of the New York
Times and author of its "In
the Nation" column, will ad-
dress the ambassadorial din-
ner witih which the conven-
tion will begin on Oct. 21.

Wish All Their

Friends & Customers

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