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September 20, 1974 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, Sept. 20, 1974

omens

Socialites Plan

to Break the Fast

activities

.011h,

SAVE!`r SAVE!

day at the temple. Albert tion will be made to the teen-
EVELYN SCHWARTZ
Vorspan, author and vice- agers who participated in the
BUY DIRECT
Detroit Socialites will pre- CHAPTER, Pioneer Women,
president of the Union of recent basketball marathon
sent its annual break-the-fast will hold its next general
FFOM THE
American Hebrew Congrega- at Tel-12 Mall organized by
dance 8:45 p.m. Thursday, meeting 8 p.m. Monday at
IMPORTER
at the Oak Park Community the home of Mrs. Dorothy
tions, will speak on "What- Paul Schwartz. Slides will be
ever Happened to Jewish shown on the City of Hope
Center.
SEY/NLIDUR
Biller, 25515 Lincoln Terr.,
Eric Rosenow and his Con- Oak Park. For information,
Liberalism?" Complimentary Pilot Medical Center. This
KAPLAN
tinentals will provide the mu- call Mrs. Biller, 968-8058.
luncheon will be served for in e e tin g marks the 22nd
arid. Co.
sic for dancing, and refresh- Guests are invited.
paid-up members. Guests birthday of the group. Re-
freshments
will
be
served.
ments will be served.
IMPORTER
AND CUTTERS
are
invited
at
a
nominal
*
OF FINE DIAMONDS
Proceeds will be contribut-
charge. For reservations, call
DETROIT WOMEN OF
CHANA CZENESH CHAP-
30555 SOuthfi•ld,
ed to the Israel Emergency
the temple, UN 3-7769.
Suite 100
ALPHA OMEGA will hold its
4454200
* * *
Fund. Guests are invited. For TER, Pioneer Women, will
second board meeting noon
information, call Shirley Ka- hold a meeting noon Monday
BIRMINGHAM AND FAR- Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
ner, 398-2296, or Mollie at the Charter House Apts.
MINGTON GROUPS, Hadas- Arnold Golnick, 25330 Bran-
club room. Rabbi Ernst Con-
Stern, 342-2791.
sah, will hold an open meet- chester, Farmington.
rad of Temple Kol Ami will
ing 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Being weighted down with speak on "Dissonance in Is-
Tanya Klemptner, left, and Bloomfield Township Li-
money seldom hinders one rael." Refreshments will be
her
brother, Mischa Lefkow- brary, Telegraph and Lone
" from swimming in the sea served, and guests are in-
itz,
will
be featured at a pre- Pine Rds. Goldie Adler will
of life.
vited.
concert musicale of the Mus- speak on "What Hadassah
o
ic Study Club of Metropoli- Means to Me." Refreshments
[International Music
BETH SHALOM SISTER- tan Detroit 12:30 p.m. Tues- will be served, and guests
with
HOOD will hold classes in day at the home of Mrs. are invited.
* *
10 a.m. Mondays, be- Morris W. Stein, 26080 Salem,
HENRI WAKNINE Braille
ginning Oct. 14, at Adat Sha- Huntington Woods. Recent
WOMEN'S BICUR CHO-
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
lom Synagogue. For informa- scholarship achievements will LEM ORGANIZATION will
tion, call Phyllis Zusm an, be discussed. ,Patrons and hold its first regular meeting
357-0139
355-4913
prospective patrons are in- of the season 11:30 a.m. Mon-
352-3480.
* * *
vited. Lefkowitz, who came day at the MCL Cafeteria,
to Detroit in 1972 from Riga, Southfield. Discussions for
FRANKLIN
AND
RIVER-
FACIAL HAIR CREST GROUPS, Hadassah, Latvia, began playing violin future fund raising will be
age 7. He won many held, and a report on the
PERMANENTLY will hold a joint opening at
awards as a student at the games party given for the
Greeting to our many
membership
meeting
noon
REMOVED
Speci4 Music School of Riga, Israel Emergency Fund will
Tuesday
at
the
home
of
Mrs.
Friends and Customers
and made his first solo ap-
Eyebrows—Neckiine—Arms!-- Legs _
_ .
. _
David Hermelin, 31500 Bing- pearance with that city's be given.

– • -- *
Recommended by Physicians
:
ham, Southfield. Mrs. De-
FREE CONSUCTAT1ON
symphony at age 13, He is a
BUSINESS AND PROFES
Sperka, art teacher and student
of Mischa Mischa- SIONAL CHAPTER, Wom-
SHIRLEY PERSIN anna
lecturer,
will
speak
on
"The
Registered El•ctrologist
_
koff. His sister, Tanya, was en's American ORT, will
.
: 1 'Art Collection of Mr. and
Special Off-Season Weekend Rates
ADVANCE BU _ ILDING
-
graduated from the Latvian begin the fall season with a
from $16.00 (double) per night,
Mrs. David Hermelin. Lunch- Conservatory as a concert
Room 260.
23-077 GREENFIELD
Friday, Saturday or Sunday
smorgasbord brunch noon
& -
eon will be served, and guests
PHONE 557-1108
Prior to leaving Rus- Sept. 29 at the home of Mr.
US Yawn Downtown
are invited. For information, pianist.
sia, Mrs. Klemptner per-
call Mrs. Carol Clamage, formed with the Riga Sym- and Mrs. Sam Fried, 30225
Pleasant Tr., Southfield. The
851-5122.
phony Orchestra. For infor- movie "L'Chaim . . . To
mation, call Mrs. Jack Life" will be shown. Prospec-
MT. SCOPUS GROUP, Ha- Scherr, chairman of the day, tive members are invited.
Creative Party Planning
dassah, •will hold its first 354-0669.
including
For reservations, call •Sarah
meeting of the year noon
* * *
Glicklin, 546-8289, or Sue
Candy Centerpieces
Tuesday at the Lincoln
Shatz, 399-2132.
MASSADA
CHAPTER,
Pio-.
Towers Apts. club room. Mrs.
Reuben Bienstock, back froin neer Women, will hold a
Personalized Party
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
the national Hadassah con- meeting 12:30 p.m. Monday FIGHTERS will hold its first
Favors
at
the
home
of
Mrs.
Irving
vention, will be the speaker.
Invitations and Party
general meeting of the sea-
Hy Pritz will provide enter- Turner, 26358 Dundee, Hunt- son 8 p.m. Monday at the
Accessories for all occasions.
Complimentary Continental Breakfast • Restaurant • Banquet/Meet-
tainment. Luncheon will be
ing Rooms • Airport Limousine Service Available • 145 S. Hunter at
Raleigh House. Mrs. Gerald
served, and guests are in-
Maple, in the center of Downtown Birmingham • Call : Mr. John Wassil,
Klein, program chairman,
MARCIA MASSERMAN vited.
Manager, for information or reservations, MI 6-7300, JO 6-4620.
will present Mrs. Charles
* * *
6444) 1 _a e_
Young, who will give a con-
OAK PARK GROUP, Ha-
ference report. A presenta-
dassah, will hold its first
Because The Jewish
meeting of the season noon
News will have to go
Tuesday at the Zionist Cul-
eeVree.440ted
to press a day early
tural Center. Mrs. Milton
due to the Yom Kippur
Arm
will
give
a
book
review
• PARTIES
holiday, there will be
on "Tuesday the Rabbi Saw
• BAR MITZVAS
an early deadline of
Red" by Harry Kemelman.
• SOCIALS
11
a.m. today for the
Luncheon will be served,
• ETC.
issue of Sept. 27. Copy
and guests are invited.
may be either hand de-
* * *
See our great collection of:
livered or mailed, and
DAVID - HORODOKER
must be in our hands
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION
before the deadline or
will hold a meeting noon
it will be too late for
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
publication. Late publi-
Sarah Taub, 25608 Lincoln
city will be kept for
Terr., Oak Park. Plans are
the following week if
being made for the 36th
it is still timely.
Sizes For
donor luncheon to be held
Nov. 13 at Cong. Beth Achim.
JUNIORS • MISSES • HALF SIZES
For ticket information, call ington Woods. Luncheon will
1
141/2 - 24 /2
6 to 20
3-13
Mrs. Harry Schechter, 557- be served. For information,
6674.
call Mrs. Turner, LI 6-0941.
g.: * *

Eugene & Michael Feldman
f

DEXTER-DAVISON
KOSHER MEATS

.

.

Wish to extend a
JOYOUS NEW YEAR



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Nr. Northland

Providence Hospital

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visit
downtown
birmingham
and
saw!



Holiday
Deadline

Put it all together for Fall
with our spirited new fashions!

PANTSUITS • SPORTSWEAR
DRESSES • COATS
LINGERIE

NORTHGATE CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Monday at the North-
gate Apts. club house. Presi-
dent Rebecca Alger invites
guests to attend the installa-
tion of new officers. Refresh-
ments will be served.

RUSSELL SCHREIBER ASSOCIATES

AGENCY OF THE SHOW WORLD'

• Orchestras • Entertainment

• Speakers • Concerts

Downtown Detroit - 962-8d00

KINNERET CHAPTER,
_Pioneer Women, will hold a
regular meeting noon Monday
at the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room. President Pearl
Chafetz announces that Ruth
Miller, executive vice presi-
dent of the Pioneer Women
council, will be the guest
KEEP FLOOR CLEAN
speaker. Refreshments will
Your garage floor may be served, and guests are
damage your tires if you invited.
don't keep it clean. Accumu-
TEMPLE ISRAEL SIS-
lated oil from parking sur-
faces can coat tires and TERHOOD will open its Fall
Forum' ,74i Series; noon Mon-
cause deterioration.

Complete selection of custom jewelry,
watches & dangle rings in 14 or 18K gold.

JUDIE'S FINE FASHIONS

2635 COOLIDGE, BERKLEY

548-0390

Mon. - Sat. 10 - 4:30. Thurs. til 8 P.M.

Antique
Jewelry

• BankAmericard
• Master Charge

A Happy New Year

from

Judy Schultz and her staff Rosalyn Liner, Natalie Schiff, Gloria Brozgold,
Delores Michael, Tammie Gove, Amy Gabor, Rita Goyer and Shirley Lyons.

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