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November 29, 1974 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Nov. 29, 1974-41

BREVITIES

Center Singles Meet

People Without Partners
of the Jewish Center will
present Linda Black, who will
speak on "Weights and Meas-
urements" 8:30 p.m. Sunday
at the 10 Mile branch. Re-
freshments will be served.



LTER

*K.

OF HARVARD ROW

Designers of Fine Furs

Complete Fur Service

1 1

MILE AND LAHSER

Phone: 358-0850

Alpha Omega Event Nets $200,000
in Bonds; Dr. Mames Honored

The second annual MICH-
IGAN-OHIO- ONTARIO IN-
TERNATIONAL GYMNAST-
ICS INVITATIONAL will be
held noon Dec. 7 at South-
field-Lathrup High School.
Finals will be held at '7.
The Southfield Association
for Gymnastics, which spon-
sors the meet, has invited the
top girls' teams from the two
states and Canada. Tickets
will be available at the door.
* * *
GARELICK'S GALLERY,
280 N. Woodward, Birming-
ham will begin its 25th
annual holiday exhibition
Thursday. The exhibition
will consist of paintings,
drawings, graphics and sculp-
ture, including Eskimo sculp-
ture of museum quality.

Among the artists to be
shown are: Picasso, Miro,
Raphael Soyer, Jack Levine,
Evergood, Philipp, McCor-
mick, Florsheim and Grop-
per. Indian miniature paint-
ings also will be shown The
exhibition will run through
Dec. 31. Holiday gallery
hours are Sundays, noon-5:30
p.m.; Mondays, Tuesdays and
Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.;
Thursdays and Fridays, 9:30
a.m.-8 p.m.; and Saturdays,
9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
*
FRULA, the Yugoslavian
folk- ensemble which won
first prize at the 1968 World
Folk Festival in Moscow, will
perform the songs and danc-
es of Eastern Europe 8:30
p.m. Dec. 6 at Masonic Audi-

torium. Tickets are available
at Hudson's, Grinnell's and
Masonic Temple box office.



• •

Detroit cellist PAUL WIN-
GERT will perform the first
movement of the Dvorak Cel-
lo Concerto in .the Detroit
Symphony Youth Orchestra
3:30 p.m. Sunday at Ford
Auditorium. The concert wiL
be conducted by Paul Free-
man, conductor-in-reSidence
of the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra. Tickets are available
at the Ford Auditorium box
office. Proceeds go to the
Youth Orchestra scholarship
fund.

• • •

"WHAT THE WINE SELL-
ERS BUY," by Detroit play-
wright Ron Milner, will open
8:30 p.m. Dec. 10 at the Mu-
sic Hall Center. Tickets are
available at Hudson's, Grin
nell's,' Sears and the Music
Hall box office. For informa-
tion, call the Music Hall,
963-7680.

Dr. John Mames, center, holding the Jerusalem City of
Peace Award, saw more than $200,000 in Israel Bonds
raised at the annual dinner-dance of Alpha Omega Fra-
ternity at which he was the honoree. Shown with Dr. Mames
are, from left: Mrs. Harvey Beaver, Dr. Beaver, dinner
chairman; • Mrs. Mames, Dr. Mames, Al Lipton, director of
Israel Bonds locally; and David Schoenbrun, guest speaker.
In other Band activity, more than $100,000 was raised on
behalf of Bonds at the Graphics Union and Management
event held recently at Knollwood Country Club. Abraham
Offer was guest speaker.

-

I I MILE ROAD & LAHSER

S • 0 • S •
(Sunday Only Special)

The 17th-Century comedy.
"BARTHOLOMEW FAIR',
by Ben JOnson, will be per-
formed at Oakland Univer-
sity's Studio Theater 8:15
p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, 7, 12-
14, and 2 and 6:30 p.m. Dec.
8, 15. Theater-goers may ob-
tain a -two-for-one discount
on advance reservations for
Sunday matinee performance.
Tickets are available at Hud-
son's and Grinnell's. For
reservations, call the Studio
Theater, 1-377-3015.

December 1st.

20%
OFF

IN SOUTHFIELI)

why try to
be a
know-it-all?

/

\

There are certain things better left to others. Especially
when you can take advantage of another's expertise
without it costing anymore than doing it yourself. You
don't, for example, have to know the best way to get
to San Francisco, Madrid or even Cleveland. Doneson Travel
at Harvard Row Mall has information of this kind at his
fingertips and gives it out freely. And when it comes to
financing a car, getting the best interest rate on your savings
or finding a convenient, low - -cost checking plan, National
Bank of Southfield ,at Harvard Row is gracious with its help.
Why not use the talents of the experts at Harvard Row Mall?

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and

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To encourage

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Continental Exclusives
Di Rosa's Hair Fashions
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H. R. Barber Shop
H. R. Kosher Meats
Heritage House Book Store
Moris Huppert Clothier
Jerome's Shoes
Jewel Bakery
Malter Furs

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George Ohrenstein Jewelers
Original Esquire Deli & Rest.
Parisian Fashions
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Shoe Time
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