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April 11, 1975 - Image 33

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-11

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THE' DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women in Media
Plan Conference

WHO

SELMA'S YARN
SHOP
:

Free Instructions •

"Transition '75,” a careers
conference for women in the
media or planning a career
in the media, will be held
8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. April 19 at
the McGregor Memorial
Conference Center on the
Wayne State University
campus.
There will be seminars in
advertising, public- rela-
tions, magazines, newspa-
pers, radio - television,
graphics, photojournalism,
corporate communications,
resume and interview tech-
niques, job re-entry or redi-
rection, teaching journalism
and free-lancing.
Keynote speaker will be
Anthony M. Franco of An-
thony M. Franco Associates
(public relations), and Hal
Youngblood, executive prod-
ucer of WJR radio, will be
luncheon guest speaker.
There is a charge.-

,NeedlepOint
Knitting
Rugs

15075 W. Lincoln 1 blk -.E. of Grnfld.

Lincoln Towers Apt.
ground floor

968-1 01 5

In the days of Sefira,
we count the Omer Time.
We await, with baited breath
the coming soon of Torah Time.
But for one delight,
-we need not tarry
Both day and night,
for Tom, Dick,
Harry! -

It's FARM MAID milk and milk products

for year 'round enjortient

Bnai David Women
Slate Donor Lunch

Cong. Bnai David's sister-
hood will have its 39th an-
nual champagne donor
luncheon April 30 in the
synagogue.

A boutique booth will
open at 10 a.m. featuring
plants, jewelry, arts and
crafts and pottery. Mrs. Ben
Brant is donor chairman.
Mrs. Grant Sitverfarb is
donor book chairman. An
original skit featuring sis-
terhood members will be
directed by Mrs. Jack
Abramson.

Itatialta styte is as
easfasyllef
kepi fronlChef 93oy-ar-deg

Invite Chef Boy-Ar-Dee '3 to
cook for you when you crave
luscious lukshen. In 12 minutes
flat, you'll be enjoying hill s
delicious Complete Spaghetti
Dinner. It's all in one package.
The spaghetti, Chef's marvelous
mushroom sauce and the Italian-style
grated cheese. What a mychel! With
home-style flavor that's sure to
please everyone in the family.
Especially you ...when you
discover how easy and
economical a good hearty meal
from the Chef can be!

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SIZE
CANS

'

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Fruit
Drinks

SALMON

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47 (

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Kosher

CHICKEN
THIGHS

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For your special parties or other events try our

DELICIOUS MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS

We use only Kosher-Warta-Best-Zion or Feinbergs

Kosher Products on our Meat Trays

FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL JO 6-4640

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You'll Also Be Delighted with
Our Very, Very Best Delicio us
Us. Empire Kosher Poultry Only)

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July Wedding

for Miss Margolis

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Specials
Good
thru
Wed.

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity

r

!PRODUCE SPIECIALIV• —

Green Tender California

Pascal Celery

Workmen's Circle
Branch Will Meet

EX. LGE.
24 Size
_ Stalk

Fancy Indian River

red or white

GRAPEFRUIT

EX. LGE
40 sin

4

REG. 3/49c
_Saturday,

FOR 39%

lunacy

FRESH FISH DEPARTMENT

The finest and largest selection in the
ores. We clean, bone, skin and grind
an fish free of charge. For special
service call

JO 6-4640

1

Susan Raznik
Is Married

Workmen's Circle Branch
227 will meet 8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Workmen's
Circle Center. Leib Boren-
stein will -present a book
review in Yiddish'.
Refreshments will be
served, and the public is in-
vited. For information, Ball
the president, Sonia Po-
powski, 557-3994.

A 100 wagonfuls of sor-
row will not pay a handful
of debt.

TRAFFIC
STOPPER

SALE

1 wk only

RED

TAG
50% Off

all spring
merchandise

MRS. GORMEZANO

Susan Raznik became the
bride of Lawrence W. Gor-
mezano in a recent cere-
mony at Cong. Bnai David.
Rabbis James Gordon and
Solomon Poupko and Can-
tor Hyman Adler officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Raz-
nik of Parsons Ave., South-
field. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Gormezano of Church
Ave., „Oak Park.

Carol Raznik was her sis-
ter's maid of honor. Junior
bridesmaids were Jackie
Raznik, sister of the bride,
and Julie Callton.

Allan Gormezano was
his brother's best man.
Howard Greenstein was a
junior usher. Other at-
tendants were Ellen Gas-
pas, Marla Callton,
in Green, Joseph R,a-
nik, Dr. Arthur Rott, Dr.
Larry Platt, Erwin Weiss
and Herschel Saks.

The new Mrg. Gormezano
was graduated from Indi-
ana University's college of
optometry. Her husband
was graduated from Wayne
State University.

MISS MARGOLIS
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Mar-
golis of Ypsilanti announce
the engagement of their
daughter Sara-beth to Sid-
ney K. Wizen of New York
City, son of the late Mrs. Sa-
die Schwartz and Mr. Sol
Wizen.
Miss Margolis earned a
BA degree in education
from Michigan State Uni-
versity where she was affi-
liated with the Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi Sorority, and an MA
degree in guidance from
Eastern Michigan Univer-
sity. Her fiance attended
Cooper Union College and
City College of New York.
A July wedding is
planned.

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PRODUCTS AT LOW, LOW EVERYDAY PRICES !

ROLAND
IMPORTED

Delegates to the 31st an-
nual national convention of
the National Council of Jew-
ish Women last month in
San Francisco were Mes-
dames Jessie Stern, presi-
dent of -the Greater Detroit
Section; Sheldon Stern,
Frederick Shevin, M. Mor-
ton Barak, Jerome Sonenk-
lar, Leonard H. Weiner, Vic-
tor Shioffman, Seymour
Wasserman, Arthur Bloom,
Hanley Gurwin, Regene
Cohane, Jerome Grossman,
Harold Rossen, Earl Kuhlik
and Gerald Steinberg.
* * *
Belle Kaminsky, fd•mer
Detroiter of North Miami
Beach, was honored at an
Israel Bond Rally last
month by residents of the
Mar-Len Gardens there.
Mrs. Kaminsky, member-
ship vice president of the
Eleanor Roosevelt Group,
Hadassah, and a member of
Pioneer Women and the
Jewish National Fund, re
ceived the Scroll of Honor.

For reservations, call Mrs.
Morris Levine, 547-6878; or
- Mrs. Goldie Liebow,
542-2994.

OAK PARK

Extra Super
Special
Feinbergs
strictly kosher

Activities
in Society

Friday, April 11, 1975 33

A pair of light shoes is not
all that is wanting for danc-
ing.

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TAG

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all spring
merchandise

GREEN
TAG

30% Off

all spring
merchandise

"The Personal Touch"

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Lippa's

Advance
Fashions Ltd.

• PANTS SUITS
• SEPARATES
• EVENING WEAR
• BLOUSES
e SWEATERS &
much more

Sizes 10 to 20

Jaani

Photography

Weddings - Bar Mitzvah
Social Events

647-5731

13721 W. 11 'MILE RD.

Diore Bldg., Oak Park—Suite 206

Eves. and Weds.

Jack Drapkin
851-2671

Next to Shari Lynn Cleaners

HOURS: Monday-Friday 10-5
Saturday 10-4

543-0545

q
_ Over 30 Years

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Dandelion Gallery

of Fine Crafts

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Pottery

Weaving

Hand Blown Glass

Itt

10:30-4 P.M., Tues.-Fri.; 12 Noon-4 P.M. Sat.

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Located at the back door of The Stage Stop Hous„FRANKLIN

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