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April 11, 1975 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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INVITATIONS
by HATTIE
SCHWARTZ

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356-8563

STATIONERY
* * * *
'PARTY FAVORS
* * * * ENTERTAINMENT
• ASTROLOGER
SEYMOUR
• CARICATURES
• COMEDIANS
SCHWARTZ
• FOUR LADS
AGENCY
• ARTIE NELSON
• AL SIMMS BAND
356-8525
• BELLY DANCERS
* * * *
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I I WHY WORRY !

Leave Everything to Us

Newcomers Club
Hosts Art Auction

Federation Women Plan Forum

The South Oakland
County Newcomers Club
(an activity organization for
women who have recently
settled in the South Oak-
land area) will hold a cham-
pagne and hor d'oeuveres
preview and art auction 7:30
p.m. April 19 at the Bir-
mingham Unitarian
Church.
Tickets available at the
door. For information call
Lea Trager, 548-5286.

WYN and HAROLD LANDIS

HOME CATERING

Phone

557-6157

FRANK PAUL

and His ORCHESTRA

• STYLE
• ELEGANCE
• BEAUTY

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557-7986

"Where Fashion Is Created I
Not Followed"

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• Sterling Silver Jewelry
• Diamonds & other Precious gems
• Watches & Giftware

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designed jewelry"

THE JEWELRY CELLAR, MC.

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SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48076

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Look for the little gold house

on N.W. between Franklin & Inkster

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(Landmark Building) Oak Park

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Checking the invitation list for the Women's Divi-
sion Forum are, from left, seated: Forum vice chairman
Joyce LaBan, Women's Division vice president for edu-
cation Carolyn Greenberg, and Forum chairman Rob-
erta Stulberg. Standing are, from left: publicity chair-
man Maida Portnoy, invitation design chairman Carol
Hooberman and Forum adviser Barbara Stollman.

Forum, an annual pro- Brandeis Book Sale, Ms.
gram sponsored by the Tallman is president of the
Women's Division of the Young People's Division of
Jewish Welfare Federation, Chicago's Jewish Federation
will be held 9:30 a.m.-2:30 and a director of the Jewish
p.m. April 21 at Temple Family and Community
Emanu-El.
Service there.
Titled "An Adventure in
Assisting Mrs. Roberta
Awareness," Forum will be Stulberg, chairman, on
an exploration of the heri- the Forum Planning Com-
tage and traditions of Juda- mittee are Joyce LaBan,
ism from ancient times to vice chairman; Bernice
the present, conducted by Greenberg and Barbara
Jewish historians Dawn Stollman, advisers; Diane
Schuman and Marillyn Tall- Komorn, secretary; Carol
man.
Hooberman, invitation de-
The program is open to all sign; Maida Portnoy, pub-
metropolitan area women. licity; and committee
Designed to encourage in
members Iris Aaron,
volvement with the local
Ronne Acker, Doris Au-
national, and internationa
gust, Carol Bromberg,
Jewish community, pre
Gloria Cohen, Linda Ger-
vious Forums have include d shenson, Francine Gold,
lectures on the identity o f Shelly Jackier, Nancy
the modern Jewish woman Lash, Linda Lee, Julie
and tours to JWF social Levin, Sherri Lumberg,
rvice agencies to study the SanDee Meltzer, Marlene
programs and progress of Reider, Carol Silverman,
the organized Jewish com- Roberta Toll, Sheeila
munity.
Trepeck and Ester Ziegel-

12 MILE & EVERGREEN

GRAND OPENING SPECIAL:

8 x 10 Color Portrait

Only

9.95

good thru April 30, 1975

Ms. Schuman and Ms.
Tallman conduct adult
education programs of
Jewish history throughout
the Chicago area. Their
courses are interdiscipli-
nary, emphasizing group
discussion and individual
study.

Actively involved in Chi-
cago's Jewish community,
Ms. Schuman has attended
the University of Wisconsin,
Northwestern University,
and is currently a graduate
student in the Spertus-Mun-
delin Program of Religious
Studies.
Creator of the nationwide

As days get warmer we
tend to favor cooking on top
of the stove rather than us-
ing the oven. This flavorful
pot roast is tasty served over
noodles.

2 tbsps. oil
5 pound chuck steak
3 large onions, sliced
1 6 oz. can tomato paste
4 cups water
8 whole cloves
11 1 tsp. pepper
1 tsp. salt
Brown meat in oil in
Dutch oven. Brown on-
ions. Add rest of ingre-
dients. Cover and simmer
over low heat for three
hours or until tender.
Serves 6-8.

Complete Service Studio
Weddings & Bar Mitzvahs-
Candids and Moires
Creative Portraits
Passport Photos
Custom Framing

To our friends and customers:

Thank you for making this
move possible. We appreciate
your business. Please stop in
and say hello.

20% Discount
on Invitations

GROUP
OF 500
BillythsKid

A SPECIAL

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Jeans or Pants

50% POLYESTER-50% COTTON,
PERMANENT PRESS, LARGE SE-
LECTION TO CHOOSE FROM.






Flares
Novelty Pattern
Perma Press
Regulars and Slims

SIZES 4 to 7
REG. $7 & $7.25

,

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(In Country Village Shopping Center)
pan equipment available

LI 5-1244

SANdy FRIEdMAN

(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

Open Mon.-Sat. 164:30 • 356-0493

Music For All Occasions -

GRAND OPENING

Pot Roast

Just Mari lyps

and

HIS ORCHESTRA

642-1039

By NORMA BARACH

in easy care
washable
Polyester Knit

JOE MILLER

MICHAEL KAPLIT
Photography

Weddings • Bar Mitzvas

Zedakah Club Sets
Annual Luncheon

Zedakah Club will hold its
annual luncheon and fash-
ion show noon Wednesday
at the Raleigh House.
Proceeds will go to the
indigent aged and mentally
ill. Mrs. Jack Krass is presi-
dent, and Mrs. Samuel
Baker is chairman of the
event.
Tickets will be available
at the door. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Morris
Kropper, 559-7646.

Friday, April 11, 1975 31

SIZES 8 to 14
REG. $9.50

SALE PRICE

$ 4 97
SALE PRICE

$597

man. Carolyn Greenberg
is vice president for educa-
tion.

Shirley Harris is presi-
dent of the Women's Divi-
sion.
For information and res-
ervations, call the Federa-
tion Women's Division of-
fice, 965-3939. The
registration fee must be
prepaid. Luncheon will be
provided by the planning
committee.

DEPARTMENT STORE FOR CHILDREN

TEL-TWELVE MALL, 1 2 Mile & Telegraph

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OPEN DAILY
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

SUNDAY 12 to 5 P.M.

ALSO NORTHWQOD SHOPPING CENTER
13 MILE AT WOODWARD

OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 9
USE YOUR BANK AMERICARD OR MASTER CHARGE

WHY JUST DONATE MONEY
TO ISRAEL ?

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produced there.

We are Americans with two plants in Israel. We produce plastic
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We manufacture electrical testers for a division of I.T.T. and hand
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We maintain an office here. This means that you can have your
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We would be delighted to have the opportunity to quote on your
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963 0503

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