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November 30, 1973 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-30

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_ tut TROIT JEWISH NEWS

I think I could turn and
live with animals, they are
so placid and self-contained.
—Walt Whitman.



Col. Hein! to Be
the Speaker at
Yeshiva Dinner

omen's Cluh news

Bar Mitzvas, Weddings

and special occasions

Garson Zeltzer
Photography

4- 12

DICK STEIN

presents

A complete musical
package for your party.

•Featuring:

• DICK STEIN

. •

Jeep

Smith

• Eric Blewett

:• Shelby Lee

• Patty Grant

■ • Joel Johnson

Col. Robert D. Keith Jr.,
military analyst, will speak
on the Middle East situation
at the 59th anniversary din-
ner of Beth Yehudah Schools
6:30 p.m. Sunday at Cobo
Hall. A. Howard Bloch and
Mrs. Leo Laufer will receive
the Silvbr Torah Award. For
reservations, call the Yes-
hiva, 557-6750.

...•••••••••••••

• Mori Little

.1

00000 •.„

MOVING?

From One to Any
Number of Entertainers




Call us and we will discuss

• • • HOUSEHOLD SALES
IN YOUR HOME

: ESTATES LIQUIDATED •


MARION -


Your Entertainment Needs.

358-2777

"Music the Stein Way"



626-8402



626-4769

626-6795

IRENE

626-8907

PLUS A LITTLE

SANDY FRIEDMAN PHOTOGRAPHY

398-1182

Candids — Movies — Portraits

WORKING CONGENIAL LIVING
STUDENTS CONVENIENTLIII
WOMEN RETIRED COMFORTABLE
Handy to:
ROOM and BOARD
S31—$36 per week
Downtown Detroit
Includes BREAKFAST
New Center Area
and DINNER
Cultural Center
MON through SAT
Wayne University
newly decorated bedrooms,
Medical Center
lounges and cafeteria
maid service
Woodward &
and linens weekly
Dexter Buses
lighted parking lot
Open to the Public
guard service

CASG RAIN HALL

100 PARSONS Between Woodward & Cass Phone. 831-1000

Operated by The League of Catholic Women

Reservations are still being
accepted for the Soviet Jewry
Seminar Workshop 9 a.m.
Dec. 16 at the Jewish Center.
The seminar will be held un-
der the auspices of the Jewish
Community Council and the
Detroit Action Committee for
Soviet Jewry.
Guest speaker will be Glen
Richter, national director of
the Student Struggle for So-
viet Jewry.
* * _*
St_ _* * _* * *10

353-0096, or Mrs. Jubas, 545-
3310.

*
HA'OMER CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet 8
p.m. Thursday at the home
of Barbara Berris, 23051
Beverly, Oak Park. "The
Chosen" and "The Promise,"
by Chaim Potok will be dis-
cussed. Jackye Drapkin will
discuss "The Jewish State," INVITATIONS • ENTERTAINMENT
by Theodor Herzl. For in-
• CARICATURES
formation, c a 11 Barbara
• ASTROLOGER'
Berris, 968-6428. Ha'Omer's
• CLOWNS
"Boutique on Wheels" is
• BELLY DANCERS
available for evening meet-
ings. For boutique informa-
• VARIETY SHOWS
tion, call Phyllis Domstein,
By HATTIE
SEYMOUR
354-0281.
SCHWARTZ
SCHWARTZ

*

356-8563

* *

JACK BARNES
DANCE CENTER

BY POPULAR DEMAND!
Now Booking .. .

ED BURG

Orchard Lake Road,
One Block North of Maple

851-6118

851-2400

and His Orchestra



• * *
pold, co-chairman of t h e
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Detroit Action Committee on Women, will meet 11:30 a.m.
Soviet Jewry, 12:15 p.m.
Wednesday at the Charter-
Tuesday at the Whitehall
house Apts. club house. Syl-
Apts. club house.
via Schwartz, Rose Harwich
and Gertrude Garmel will
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Wom- take reservations for the
en, will distribute Dec. 13 donor luncheon at the meet-
donor luncheon tickets at a ing. Rebecca Krasno will
meeting 11:30 a.m. Tuesday sponsor the brunch. Friends
at the Charterhouse Apts. are welcome.
club room.

CHANA CZENESH CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet noon Monday at the
Charterhouse A p t s. club
room. Mrs. Inez Silk, presi-
dent, will review "I'm OK.
You're OK," by Dr. Thomas
AVODAH and WHITE-
A. Harris. Refreshments will
HALL-CHAI Chapters will he served, and guests are
hold a combined meeting 8 invited.
p.m. Monday at the White-
hall Apts. club house. Re-
BATYA CHAPTER, Miz-
porter Shirley Iden, who has rachi Women, will hold its
just returned from Israel, annual Hanuka bingo party
will speak. Guests are in- noon Tuesday at the home of
vited.
Mrs. William Beres, 24651

SOCIAL GROUP (New
Study Club) will hold a
membership luncheon noon
Wednesday at the Work-
men's Circle Center.

A GIFT FOR EVERY OCCASION

Complete Selection including the Finest 14 Kt. Gold Jewelry

See Morris or Joel Watnick

GIFTS

FINE JEWELRY

283 Hamilton

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:
be
never
"Plucking out strong hairs should

advised... Why not? Because the long term
- penalties for continued plucking can be so

severe:

1.

You may stimulate the

now

that

Air-cooled

jet .

growth of additional hairs

Stream Electrolysis is avail-

around the one you pull

able to you. This is the first

out.

method of permanent hair

You may cause succes-

2.

sive generations of hair from

removal with everything to

commend it. Air-cooled Jet

the abused follicle to grow

Stream is faster, more com-

coarser, longer, darker.

fortable.
Electrolysis is the only

3.

You may cause skin irri-

medically approved method

tations, pits, scars.

4.

You may make eventual

to remove hair permanently.

permanent removal slower

Investigate this suprior spe-

and costlier by pulling the

cialized service for the per-

and

root

follicle

out

of

place.

Such risks are needless

Birmingham (Near Crowley's)



r •

• •EMMIIIIIMM. • 11•1111 ■ MIID • 1 ■1■1, • 1111 ■ •• ■ • • •

STORE WIDE WINTER CLEARANCE

PLUS

A GREAT SELECTION OF
HOLIDAY AND CRUISE WEAR

A Very Special Store
For Pre-Teens
and Juniors.

Sussex, Oak Park. The ad-
IN
mission charge includes a
OAK PARK
HAM GROUPS, Hadassah, "white elephant." The public
23133 COOLIDGE
PHONE 545-3242
NORTH OF 9 MICE RD.
will hold a joint meeting is invited. Chairmen for the
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the evening are Mesdames Harry
OPEN THURSDAYS .

Bloomfield Township Li- Jubas and Joe Klein. For in-
TH. 9 P.M.
. J
■ •
hrary. Refreshments will be formation, call Mrs. Klein, 1. ■ ••• ■ ••• •
• •■•■ •
served. Ruth Reva, para-
psychologist, will speak on
"What Good is ESP?"
Guests are welcome.
*
NORTHGATE CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Monday at the North-
gate Apts. recreation hall.
Guests are invited, and re-
fresh ments will be served.
For information, call the
president, Mrs. Clara Sheri-
zen, 398-7097.
*
*
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
Slacks • Blouses • Blazers • Coats • Sweaters
FIGHTERS will hold a board
meeting noon Monday at the
Short and Long Dresses • Pant Suits • Bags
Raleigh House, Luncheon will
be served. This will be the
final turn-in for credit for

FRANKLIN and BIRMING-

ON ALL FALL & WINTER MERCHANDISE

SIZES 12-20, 12 1 /2 -24 1 /2

manent improvement and

ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION
16125 W. 12 MILE RD.—OPEN MON., WED. 8 FRI.

9 to 5 P.M. — 557-8115
8221 Curtis Open Tues. & Thurs. 9 A.M. to 6 P.m. UN 2-8914

Mo

50% OFF

Unsafe

confidence. You owe it to

yourself to look your best.

644-7626

Thurs. & Fri. to 9 p.m.

gmlESIIM

CONFIDENTIALLY , YOURS

AGENCY

AS6-8525
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Party Favors
CHRISTMAS CARDS AVAILABLE
Pioneer Women, will hold an
open board meeting and
buffet luncheon 12:30 p.m.
MODERN JAZZ
Monday at the home of Mrs.
Ben Sklar, 25243 Rue Ver-
DANCE
sailles, Oak Park. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Sklar,
CLASSES
548-7436.
at the All New

• dassah, will hear Shirley Leo-


•••••••••••••••••••••••;

Everything Everybody Else Does,

(Continued from Page 28) the Glamorama and games
tickets.
men's Circle Center. Plans
will be made for the Dec. 27
OAK PARK NSHEI CHA-
Hanuka party. Refreshments BAD STUDY GROUP will
and games will highlight the meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday at
afternoon.
the home of Mrs. Arthur
• * *
Selmar, 12800 Burton. Mrs.
PURITY CHAPTER, Order Selmar will speak.
of the Eastern Star, will
* * *
meet 7:45 p.m. Monday at
OAK PARK NSHEI CHA-
Eureka Temple. Refresh-
BAD STUDY GROUP (Nine
ments will be served.
Mile area) will meet 2:30
* *
p.m. Saturday at the home
PRIMROSE BENEVO- of Mrs. Ron Herman, 21820
LENT CLUB will meet 8 Kipling. Rabbi Sholem Ber
p.m. Monday at the Zionist Stock will speak.
Cultural Center. Refresh-
* * *
ments will be served.
DAVID-HORODOKER
WO-
* *
MEN'S ORGANIZATION will
BIRMINGHAM and meet noon Tuesday at the
FRANKLIN Groups, Ha- Maple House Restaurant,
dassah, will meet 12:30 p.m. Southfield and 10 Mile Rds.,
Tuesday at the Bloomfield Southfield. Hostesses will be
Township Library. Refresh- Mesdames Louis Figlen and
ments will be served. Ruth Philip Lewis.
Reva will speak on "Extra-
* * *
Sensory Perception." Guests
HENRIETTA SZOLD
are invited.
GROUP, Hadassah, will hold
* * *
its Hanuka celebration meet-
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet ing 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, at
noon Monday at the Lincoln Hadassah H o u s e. Israeli
Towers Apts. club room. slides will be shown by Jac-
Hostesses will be Mrs. Leo quelyn Zameck Goldstein.
Colbert and Mrs. Abe Rosen- There is a nominal charge.
berg.
For information, call Mrs.
* J.
Louis Kirsch, president, 864-
MT. SCOPUS GROUP, Ha- 4661. Guests are invited.

oviet Jewry
Workshop Due

It is unsafe to defer so
opinions of society, for these
much to mankind and the
are always, and without ex-
ception, heathenish and bar-
•aroir, ser, n from I he heights
of philosophy.—Ircnry David

Thoreau.

CRU1SEWEAR ARRIVING DAILY

BOBYE GREEN'S

`Better Half' Fashions

3055 W. 12

Mile, Berkley

398-1331

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

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