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April 04, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-04

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W. Germany Holds Sinai Women's Guild to Open
Terrorist Suspect
°Coffee Shop, Expand Gift Shop

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358-3642

cute) isOrchestra
BONN (JTA) — West
The Sinai Hospital Wom- has contributed all of its
German police last Monday . en's Guild is preparing to profits to the hospital's_
arrested Johannes Wein- open its new coffee shop in department of research.
rich, suspected of having the hospital's main, Outer However, to continue in .
Ij,:*****.****,klr.*****
**
helped prepare the Jan. 13 - Drive, lobby.
this manner more volun-
_
terrorist attack at Orly Air-
Mrs. DAvid Dunsky; presi- teens are needed, Mrs. *
FASHION IS IN FULL BLOOM
port. He -is employed in dent of. the 5,000 -member Dunsky
MAX SCHRUT Frankfurt.
- For Pre-Teens & Juniors
organization, said the new
"We' will train interested
for quality photo- graphs
52 seat coffee shop-cafeteria voluntters," said Mrs. Dun- .
Come & See Us
and fast service
will open within the next sky. "Anyone with experi-
At
call_nie at
.
It will serve the pub- ence is certainly welcome, *
JOE MILLER - month.
lic
and
hospiikal
personnel
and
but we will train those with- -X
-GLAIR-KEITH
from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., daily, out experience."
HIS ORCHESTRA
except Saturdays.
STUDIO
' OAK PARK
Coffee shop hours for vol-
Music For All Occasions
The coffee shop will-serve
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas
23133 COOLIDGE
*
unteers
will
be
split
into
two
cafeteria-style,
with
a
menu
We come to your home with samples
-
115-1244
NOON Of 9 MILE RD. ;
short
shifts,
8
a.m.-noon
or
featuring delicatessen sand-
398-9111 or 895-8805
OPEN THURSDAYS
PHONE 545-3242
wiches, home-made soups,. noon-4 p.m., she said.
TIL 9 P.M.
salads and pastries.
Persons interested in 4-4-44-*************-444-44-4444-44 14
Adjacent to the coffee working in the ,coffee shop
BARBARA'S STATIONERY'
.shop will be a new, en-
or learning about volunteer
larged gift shop which is
services at Sinai may con-
also rapidly nearing com- tact the Women's Guild Of-
pletion. The gift shop-is fice, 272-6000, ext. 8296,
operated eniirely by volun- Mondays through Fridays
teers and, over its more during regular business
than 20 years of operation, hours.
Bat Mitzvas
Bar Mitzvas

*
*
*

—.

entraordinaire

Confirmations

Weddings

725 S. Adams Road, Next to South Adams Square Arcade
in Birmingham, Michigan
-
, Phone 642-3860

dick stein inc.

from one to any number of musicians

jeep smith
patty grant

dick stein
mori little

shelby lee
Johnny griffith

BINA! B'RITH
HILLEL
FOUNDATION

(Engagements)

Mrs. Catherine' Missman
of Van Nuys, Calif., an-
nounces the engagement of
her daughter Carmen Marie
Chapman to Terry Aimakl
Roth, son of Mrs. Esther
Roth of Detroit. A June
wedding in California is
planned.

Terri Kushner to
Wed in August

Let the Professionals Perform

358-2777

"music the stein way"

HAPPINESS IS:

MURRAY HORWITZ

as

SHOLEM ALEICHEM

"The Yiddish Mark Twain"

Saturday, April 12, 1975
9:00 P.M.

Congregation B'nai David
24350 Southfield Rd.

Admission — $3.00

Students — $2.00

Proceeds go to the Israel Emergency Fund and the WSU-
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation

HENRI WAKNINE

Advanced tickets available through your local syn-

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

543-1430

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kush-
ner of Stonewood Ct., Farm-
ington Hills, announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Terri to Daniel James
Wehr, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Wehr of St. Joseph
Ave,, West Bloomfield.
An August wedding is
planned.

SPORTIN
GAL

2399 Coolidge (next to Tastee Freez)
In order for us to make new
friends and plea-se our old friends
- we are making you an offer you Can't
Afford To Refuse. For 1 week only all brand
new Spring blouses will be offered to you at
1/2 off the regular price with the purchase of
any outfit or pant. Also all pants and outfits
will be shortened free of charge.

Isn't this a nice way to make friends

so come in; you will be pleased and so
will we.

Elastic Waist
PANTS
size 10-16

Dr. and Mrs. Albert A.
Globerman of Dante Ave,
Oak Park, were given a sur-
prise party recently by their
children, Marc of Ann Ar-
bor, and Mr. and Mrs. David
Benkoff, and by Mrs. Glob-
erma-n's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph H. Peven on the
occasion of the couple's 25th
wedding anniversary.
Among the guests were
Mrs. William Givner and
her daughter, Muri, of Lo-
r9in, Ohio, and Muri's
fiance, Harvey Corzin of Ak-
ron.

with

MISS TERRI KUSHNER

SPECIAL
PURCHASE

Presents

International Music

Seeing your eyes light up
when he sees you in your
beautiful new clothes
purchased at

YOU BET

at Wayne State University

Activities
in Society

$1

0

Golda in Hospital
- for Stiff Shoulder

JERUSALEM, (JTA) —
Former Premier Golda Meir
was hospitalized last Friday
at the Hadassah Medical
Center in Jerusalem with a
"frozen shoulder," an illness
which' causes pain and stiff-
ness in the shoulders.

Doctors said Mrs. Meir
needed a relatively mild
treatment, and that she
should be out of the hospital
within a few days. It was
the third time in recent
weeks the 79-year-old kir-
mer premier was hospital-
ized. The first two were for
removal of cataracts.

agogue, the B'nai B'rith Office, Chapters & Lodges, the
- the WSU Hillel Foundation, 577-3459.

357-0139

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