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May 03, 1974 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-03

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Susan Warnick
to Wed Dr. Shlom

MISS SUSAN WARNICK

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney War-
nick of Parklawn Ave., Oak
Park, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Susan
Helene to Dr. Gordon Shlom,
son of Mr, and Mrs. Philip
Shlom of Virginia Dr., South
field.
An August wedding is
planned.

Flowers For
Every Occasion
... Or An

Occasional Flower

• WEDDINGS
• BAR MITZVAS
• SHOWERS

• PARTIES
CALL ANY DAY — ANYTIME!

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New England Miss
'o Wed Dr. Lauter

Women s

FANNIE GLUCK CHAP- stallation luncheon - meeting
TER, Mizrachi Women; will noon Tuesday at the home
hold a board meeting noon of Mrs. S. Jerome Bronson,
Tuesday at the Northgate 25435 Canterbury, Franklin.
Apts. club house. Final plans Installing officer will be De-
for the May 14 donor lunch- troit executive committee
eon at Cong. Beth Shalom member Mrs. Charles Snider.
will be discussed. For reser- A demonstration on prepar-
vations, call Sarah Bednarsh, ing a gourmet dessert will b
given by Mrs. Martin Murav
352-9363.
* * *
* * *
WOMEN'S RIC U R CHO-
CHANA CZENESH CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will LEM ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Monday at the hold a meeting and sock- I
Charterhouse Apts. club noon Monday at the home eE
room. Mrs. Adele Mondry Mrs. Al Sider, 14450 Rose-
will review "The Oath," by mary, Oak Park. Games will
Elie Wiesel. Guests are in- follow.
* * *
vited, and refreshments will
AESCULAPIAN PHARM-
be served.
* * *
ACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION
DOWNTOWN SYNA- AUXILIARY will meet noon
GOGUE SISTERHOOD will Wednesday at the home of
have a Yiddish bingo follow- Mrs. Arthur Gilbert, 22171
ing its monthly meeting 8 Avon Oak Park. Plans for
p.m. Wednesday at the Char- the June party will be dis-
terhouse Apts. club room. cussed. Luncheon will be
There is a charge, and re- served.
* * *
freshments will be served.
* * *
WOMEN OF JEWISH NA
ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold TIONAL FUND will have
its next meeting noon Mon- board meeting noon Tuesda:.
day at the Lincoln Towers at the Zionist Cultural Cen
Apts. club room.
ter. This will be the final
* * *
meeting before the May in-
OAK PARK NSHEI CHA- stallation. Plans for future
BAD STUDY GROUP will programing and business will
meet 4 p.m. Saturday at the be discussed. Dessert lunch-
home of Mrs. Abraham eon will be served.
Freedman, 26135 Harding.
* * *
Rabbi Freedman will speak.
ADAT SHALOM SISTER-
* *
OAK PARK NSHEI CHA- HOOD will have its installa-
BAD STUDY GROUP (Nine tion luncheon noon May 15 at
Mile •area) will meet 4 p.m— the synagogue. An original
Saturday at the home of Mrs. installation ceremony,
Irving Layman, 23601 Park- "Women of Valor," will be
lawn. Rabbi Beryl Shemtov conducted by installing of-
ficer Mrs. Joseph Markel.
will speak.
Mrs. George Liss is chair-
* * *
BIRMINGHAM GROUP , man of the day. Mrs. Ber-
Hadassah, will hold its in- nard Pepper will sing the
National Anthem. The invo-
cation will be given by Mrs.
for that
Nicholas Fenakel, and Mrs.
Jacob E. Segal will-lead the
NEW LOOK
Birkat Hamazon. Officers to
Jai
be installed are: President,
28821 Southfield, S. of 12 Mile
Mrs. Harvey Nussbaum; vice
Cali for appt., Evenings too!
presidents, Mesdames Mar-
559.2450
vin Levy, Daniel Knoppe -
and Jerome Schostak; secre-
taries, Mesdames Harry
Steinberg, Robert Katchke,
Sidney Diamond, Gerald
Clayton and Morris Neu-
virth; and treasurer, Mrs.
Harry Maisel.--Guests are in-
vited at a nominal charge.

34e Martin- 2)a id
Orc4e3tra

From Solo Piano to Large Orchestra

546-7558

Abe Cherow, Says

























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CALL Lid 4-5900

ARTISTIC UPHOLSTERERS INC.

5755 SCHAEFER RD.

(1 block North of Fold Rd.)
Dearborn —
4-5900
Open Doily 8 a.m. to 5 p m.

ABE CHEROW,

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Mr. and Mrs. Wallace R.
Rosner of Gardner Ave., Oak
Park, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Ro-
berta Carol to Sheldon B.
Greenblatt, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Greenblatt of
Acacia Ave., Southfield. A
June wedding is planned.

SAVE! ‘' SAVE!
BUY DIRECT

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FROM THE

IMPORTER

. MISS SHERYL WILLIAMS

Mrs. Albert Williams of
1,eominster, Mass., an-
iounces the engagement of
er daughter Sheryl Joy to
)r. Steven Abba Lauter, son
)f Mrs. Reuben D. Lauter of
ames Ave., Oak Park, and
the late Mr, Reuben Lauter.
Miss Williams, daughter of
I he late Dr. Albert Williams,
was graduated from Wash-
ington University in St. Louis
with a bachelors degree in
sociology and a masters de-
gree in counseling. A magna
cum laude graduate, Miss
Williams was elected to
'Kappa Delta Phi, honorary
educational society.
Her fiance earned a bache-
lors degree in biology at
,Vayne State University, and
an MD degree from Wayne
State's' medical school. He
was elected to Phi Beta
Kappa honorary society and
is a member of Phi Lambda
Kappa medical fraternity. He
wil join the U. S. Air Force
in July.
An August wedding is
planned.

,

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It takes a smart man to
make use of second-hand ex-
perience.

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SEYMOUR
KAPLAN
.1-141. Co.

IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
OF FINE DIAMONDS

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Suite 100
645-9200

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AND HIS ORCHESTRA

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with a Unique Gift from

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For Every Decor

We Carry A Large Selection

of

MODERN & TRADITIONAL

Lamps - Tables - Wall Decor

Open Daily 9:30 - 5:30

.

545-1410

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Open Sundays Noon till 4

ALL WEATHER

.

DELTA PHI EPSILON
SORORITY will hold a re-
union 8 p.m. May 16 at the
Franklin Pointe club house.
For information, call Bar-
bara Krakow Freedman, 851-
6543; Sharron Uten Zamczyk,
477 - 2894; or Edie Braver
Goldman, 682-1463.

*

SELECT YOUR OWN STYLE,
YOUR OWN COLORS,
YOUR OWN SIZE.
THEN YOU'LL HAVE
THAT ONE OF KIND-
AT A FRACTION OF WHAT
YOU'D EXPECT TO PAY
AND YOU'LL HAVE
FURNITURE THAT'S
DISTINCTLY YOU.

OM/

* * *

The Modern Sound of Distinction

MARTIN KOSINS

Engagements

MUSIC BY

Salon

MI 6-7272

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, May 3, 1974

*

We made a special purchase of
fine, high style all weather
coats from a number of New
York Mfg. and pass the
savings on to you. Regular
and pant coat lengths
included. We also added
many of our own coats to
the group, to give you a
wider selection.

* •

NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will have a
dinner party honoring past
president Mrs. Lena
Schwartz 6 p.m. Sunday at
the Labor - Zionist Institute.
A plaque will be inscribed
in the name of Lena and Sol
Schwartz at the LZI. Friends
and guests are invited. For
reservations, call the chair-
man, Betty Gelman, LI
5-1045. Negbah - will meet
noon Wednesday at the Oak
Park Community Center.
Current events will be dis-
cussed. Guests are welcome,
and refreshments will be
served.
(Continued on Page 29)

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now $35
$60 .. now $40
$68 .. now $45

$52 .

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