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January 31, 1975 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-31

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Adat Shalom Women Plan Donor

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 31, 1975-29

omen's

SHAAREY ZEDEK SIS-
TERHOOD will present the
rirr
concluding meeting of its
SAVE!" SAVE! I-
Town Hall Series 10 a.m.
Wednesday at the synagogue.
BUY DIRECT
Goldie Adler will speak on
FROM THE
"The B i b 1 e." Continental
IMPORTER
breakfast will be served, and
admission is by a series tic-
SEYMEOUR.
ket. Baby-sitting service is
KAPLAN
available. For reservations
contact Mrs. Jack Green, 356-
- arid.
4746 or Mrs. David Fishman,
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS'
645-9230. Town Hall Chairman
OF FINE DIAMONDS
is Mrs. Jay Golub, and Mrs.
30555 Southfield,

Suite 100
Peter Martin is co-chairman.
6454200
* * *
GREATER DETROIT SEC-
TION, National Council of
Jewish Women, will have the
last program in its Flair on
Classifieds Get Quick Results Wheels series 12-:15 p.m. Feb.

I 1 / .1/2f

this FRI., SAT., and SUN.

Hundreds of beautiful famous maker
pants and tops to choose from
SIZES 5-16

"CONFIDENTIALLY SPEAKING"

why go anywhere else?

Open Sunday 12-4 • Daily til 5 • Sat til 6

Coolidge at 9 Mile/Oak Park

Club news

26 at Council House. Refresh-
ments will be served, and the
women will attend a perfor-
mance of "Die Fledermaus"
at the Music Hall Center for
the Performing Arts, spon-
sored by the Michigan Opera
Theater. Barbara Grant is
chairperson of the day. Her
committee includes Mildred
R o s s, Dorothy Imerman,
Claire Bronson, Phyllis Stein-
berg, Myra Pasman, Bernice
Switzen, Jeanna Tauber and
Evelyne Wolf. There is a fee,
and reservations are limited
to 50 persons. For reserva-
tions, call Council House,
557-9604.

.GLENNWOOD AND OAK-
FIELD CHAPTERS, Wo-
men's American ORT, will
hold Auction Block '75 8 p.m.
Saturday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. Guest auctioneers
include Dennis Wholey of
WXYZ-TV's AM Detroit pro-
gram and Vic Caputo of
WJBK-TV. Tickets are avail-
able at the door. For infor-
mation, call Carol •Kay, 968-
1515, or Judy 'Weinstein, 541-
5456.
*
* *
KINNERET CHAPTER,
DETROIT WOMEN 0 F Pioneer Women, will meet
ALPHA OMEGA will hold a noon Monday at the Lincoln
luncheon meeting noon Tues- Towers Apts. club room. Toby
day at the Town and Coun- Slabosky will speak on "Jew-
try Club. The program will ish Community Citizenship."
be presented by Evelyn Or- Refreshments will be served,
bach and Joyce Feurring. and guests are invited.
Guests are invited. For res-
a * *
ervations, call Mrs. Jerry
DEGANIA CHAPTER, Pi-
Lesson, 356-8728, or Mrs. Al- oneer Women, will meet 8:15
bert Korby, 353-2413.
p.m. Wednesday at the home
* * *
of Mrs. Judy Weinstein,
PURITY CHAPTER, Order 26120 Woodvilla Pl., South-
of the Eastern Star, will have field. A guest speaker will
a business meeting 7:45 p.m. discuss Soviet Jewry.
Monday at the Oddfellows
* *
Temple. Refreshments will
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
be served.
GREENFIELD SISTE R-
4 :
*
NEGB•H CHAPTER, Pio- HOOD will have a l'man
neer Women, will have a so- hayeled luncheon 12:30 p.m.
cial meeting noon Wednesday Wednesday at the home of
at the Lincoln Towers club Mrs. Gail Novetsky, 15609
house. Refreshments will be Shelley, Southfield. A pro-
served, and guests are in- gram entitled "Plant Para-
dise," by Gary Okun will be
vited.
presented.
* *
* * *
NORTHGATE CHAPTER,
SOUTHWOODS CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
12:30 p.m. Monday at the Women's American ORT, will
Northgate Apts. club house. meet noon Feb. 11 in the
Plans for a luncheon will be North Wing of the Detroit
discussed. Guests are invited, Institute of Arts. A luncheon
and refreshments will be and tour will be included. For
served. For information, call reservations, call Mrs. Joan
Blanche ;Gruenbaum, 968-5694. Weintraub, 968-2045.

WHITEHALL-CHAI CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
hold a business meeting 8
p.m. Monday at the Whitehall
Apts. club house. Ann Gerber,
president, invites guests and
prospective members.

*
NSTIEI CHABAD STUDY
GROUP (Nine Mile area),
will meet 3 p.m. Saturday at

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Nails by Carol • • •








Don't be confused
there is only one



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the home of Mrs. L. Cohen,
23420 Kipling, Oak Park. Mrs.
Aviva Cohen will speak.



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:Nails
by Carol


• •
557-5057 •

Monday
• •
available
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.

17040 W. 12 Mile Rd., Suite 117, Southfield

thru Saturday by appointment
Evening hours

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Guests are invited. A baby-
sitter will be available. For
tickets to the donor lunch-
eon, call the synagogue, 851-
5100.

ale thru Feb. 1 -)

VALENTINE
PLANTERS

Senior Center
Set in Oak Park

A new service agency
which will provide health, in-
formation and referral ser-
vices to senior citizens of
Oak Park will hold its rib-
bon cutting ceremonies 11
a.m. Monday at the Einstein
School.
Guests will include Mayor
David H. Shepherd and city
council members. The agency
will sponsor an open house
through Feb. 7. The senior
community is invited.
The Oak Park Senior Citi-
zens Service Center is co-
sponsored by the city of Oak
Park and the Oakland County
Commission on Economic
Opportunity.

Your $
Choice

Averaging 9" long, 5"
high, ready to fill with liv-
ing proof of your love.

FREE ... 2 1 /4" PLANT

with any purchase
during this sale

Hours 10-5, Thurs. 'til 9
Sunday 12-5

and POTS

In The Country Village Center
20099 W. 12 Mile Rood
at Evergreen, Southfield

352-2089

26001 COOLIDGE HWY

OAK PARK

543-3.341

Al 'S Foreign Car Service

SPECIALIST

IN

VOLKSWAGEN

AND

Marriages

PORSCHE CARS

ROSMAN - ROSENTHAL:
Barbara Gayle Rosenthal be-
came the bride Stephen M.
Rosman in a recent cere-
mony at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek. Rabbi Irwin Groner of-
ficiated. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and -Mrs.
Jay M. Rosenthal of Tavi-
stock Tr., Southfield. Par-
ents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold H. Ros-
man of W. Outer Drive.
* « *
EPSTEIN-JAY: Mary Hel-
en Jay and Lawrence Jay
Epstein were married re-
cently at Temple Beth El.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Elden Jay of
Grosse Pointe. Parents of
the bridegrom are Mr. and
Mrs. Abram Epstein of
Wodlre Ave., Franklin.

548-3926
548-4160
541-9704

Ball
• •Carol
• • Professional Joan
Nail Wrapping and Consultants: I

of Southfield :

Adat Shalom Sisterhood
will have a donor rally 12:30
p.m. Feb. 17 at the syna-
gogue, followed by a coffee
hour and entertainment by a
musical trio.
The donor day luncheon,
the theme of which is "Wom-
en: Dedicated to Life," will
be held March 10 at the syna-
gogue.
Chairperson for the day is
Mrs. Daniel Knopper. Assist-
ing her will be Mesdames
Sam Dobkin, hospitality;
Robert Katchke, creative de-
signs; Gerald Clayton and
Leonard Sudakin, table dec-
orations; and Fred Bender-
off, publicity. Mrs. Jacob
Axelrod will lead the national
anthem and Mrs. Norman
Leemon will give the invoca-
tion. Mrs. Harvey Nusbaum
is president.

CALL

1018 W. 9 Mile Rd.
Alfons G. Rehme

GITADA II'S

E1D

AT DAVIDSON'S

Invites you to attend

A Formal Showing of Bridal Fashions

Featuring Gowns by

Miller Chiasson

of Embassy Bridal

Mr. and Mrs. Ariya Goren
of Kibutz Beit Hashita, Israel,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Ruth to Ger-
ald Raimi, son of Mr. and
'Mrs. Meyer Raimi of Hart
Ave., Oak Park. An April
wedding at the kibutz is plan-
ned.

Sunday, February 2, 1975

Seatings at 12:30 and 3:00 P.M.

Phone 644-4140 or Stop

for Tickets

249 Pierce Street, Birmingham

I

1.3 1'.:

Between Livernois
& Pinehurst

RUTH SELIGSON OF

Engagements

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