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May 09, 1975 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, May- 9, 1975

JNF Suggests

Trees for Mother

Mother's Day, Sunday, is
a time to "Say It With
Trees'!, according to Charles
Milan, president of the Jew-
ish National Fund.
For the convenience of
purchasers, the JNF office,
22100 Greenfield. Rd., Oak
Park, will be open this Sun-
day 10 a.m.-2 p.m. For in-
formation call the JNF,
968-0820.

Girl Studies Auto Repair
With Pioneer Women Aid

626-3346

Ora Nadach, shown right, is a recipient of a Pioneer
Women scholarship, and the only girl studying auto me-
chanics at the Ruppin Institute in Israel. Shown inter-
viewing her is Tsivia Cohen, editor of a Moetzet Ha-
poalot publication. Moetzet Hapoalot is the sister
organization of Pioneer Women.

Has The -Best

French Denim Collection

In Town

• Jeans
• Tops
• Skirts

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642-3088
Birmingham
Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30

4080 W. Maple (1

MOTHERS
DAY

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The very special way to remember ..-.

True Sisters
Plan Donor

Detroit 41, United Order
True Sisters, Inc., will have
its donor luncheon and fash-
ion show noon Tuesday at
the Raleigh House.
Proceeds will benefit can-
cer service and research. For
reservations, call Mrs. Leon
Becker, 547-7469; Mrs. Sam
Zack, 851-2473; or Mrs. Ben-
jamin Goldhoff, 968-5436.

Women's ORT
In'stallation Due

Michigan Region, Wom-
en's American ORT, will
have its 28th annual instal-
lation ceremonies 10:30.a.m.
May 28 in Temple Beth El.
Luncheon will follow.
Mrs. Donald Thal will be
installing officer-, and Mrs
Herbert Pomerantz will de-
liver the invocation. Mrs.
Terry Podolsky is chairman
of the day.
Officers to b-e installed
are Mesdames Fred Wal-
ters, president;. Herbert
Pomerantz; Kurt Traub,
Jack Rubin, Sheldon Weis-
berg, Michael Jacobson and
Stephen Brown, vice presi-
dents; David Brasch, trea-
surer; Albert Blaize, Sey-
mour Rubenstein and
Morris Hoffman, secre-
taries; Bernard Zaffern,
parliamentarian; Arnold
Smith, chairman of the ex-
ecutive committee; and Ron-
ald Harris, Richard Weiner,
Leonard Schreiber; Joel
Mahler and Martin Hart,
section coordinators.
A planning confererice
will follow the luncheon.

Hebrew Club
Plans Meeting

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"Entertainment at its Best

SHAAREY ZEDEK charge. For information call
for Your Guests"
MEN'S CLUB will have its vice president Irving Laker,
557-7986
final social of the season reservations chairman,
9:30 p.m. May 24 in the syn- 358-5338 or 834-4000. The
agogue. Refreshments will men will make their 38th
be served, and a comedy annual visit to the Jewish
program will be presented Home. for the - Aged to con-
Photography
by the Mighty Men's Club duct services May 31. The
Weddin g s - Bar Mitzvah
Art Players. Hal Gordon men's club choir will pre-
Social Events
and his orchestra will pro- sent a program led by Can-
647-5731
vide music for dancing, and tor Emeritus Jacob Sonenk-
Eves. and Weds.
guests are invited. There is a lar. Luncheon will follow.
Jack Drapkin
Dr. Mort Hochman is chair-
man of the event.
851-2671
* *
Over 30 Years
AESCULAPIAN
PHARMACEUTICAL
FACIAL HAIR
ASSOCIATION AND
LADIES AUXILIARY will
PERMANENTLY
Mrs. Esther Bernstein join for a Victory Dinner 7
REMOVED
celebrated her 75th birth- p.m. Wednesday in the La-
Eyebrows— Neckline— Arms— Legs
bor
Zionist
Institute.
(The
day recently with a lunch-
Recommended by Physicians
eon given by her daughter, date appearing in last
FREE CONSULTATION
week's
Jewish
News
was
Mrs. Elaine Sepanski. At-
SHIRLEY
PERSIN
incor.rect.)
Dinner
will
be
tending were Miss Prudence
Registered Etectrologist
ADVANCE BUILDING
Bernstein, Mesdames Leah served, and there will be
23077 GREENFIELD
Room 260
Bernstein, Cecilia Cyr, An- entertainment. For reserva-
nette Landsberg, Rhea tions, call Milton Singer,
PHONE 557 1108
Yirors Downtown
Landsberg, Joyce Golden- 559-6973, or Sarah Smith,
berg, Barbara Gross, Lois 474-5557. There is a charge.
Tonkin and granddaughter
Karen Sepanski.
LE CREUSET SPECIALS
* * *
Former Detroiter Mrs.
12 1/2" Oval AuGratin
Benjamin Fishman was so-
reg. 17.95
loist at the installation of
Sale $11.95
the Technion — Hollywood
3'/2 Qt. Round
Beach, Fla. chapter, at
French Oven
which former Detroiters
reg.' 25.95 -
Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Sale $17.95
Sc,hackner contributed a
scholarship to the school.
* * *
9" Skillet
Bruce Simon, son of Mr.
reg. 12.95
and Mrs. Manny Simon of
Sale $8.95
Shoreham Dr. Southfield,
Colors: Flame Orange • Sunflower Yellow • Belle Blue • Brown
was honored by
' his family
at a recent dinner party on
THE COUNTRY PEDDLER
the occasion of his gradua-
Tel-Ex Plaza, Telegraph at 10 357-2122
tion from University of
Your Corner Store in a Plaza
Michigan. He received a BA
Daily 10 to 9:30, Sunday 12 to 7:30
in business with a major in
FREE GIFT WRAPPING
BankAmericard, Master Charge
accounting.
* * *
Dr. Allen Weiss, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold L.
Weiss of LaBelle Blvd., Oak
Park, will be honored at an
open house party in Cleve-
land Saturday by his moth-
er-in-law, Mrs. Manual Nee-
dle of Shaker Heights, Ohio,
on the occasion of his-grad-
uation from the Ohio Col-
lege of Podiatric Medicine.
- His parents will honor him
at an open house party in
their home May 17.

Activities
in Society

SABRINA

r

and His ORCHESTRA

DRAPKIN

HAL GORDON

Musical Entertainment
Big Bands or
Small Combos

FRANK PAUL

Men's Clubs

The Jewish Community
Center's Hebrew Club,_Moa-
don Ivri, will hear Olek
Netzer 3:30 p.m. Saturday
in the 10 Mile branch of the
Jewish Center. Netzer, an
Israeli, will discuss
"Contemporary Israeli Poe-
try."
The public is invited to
the all-Hebrew discussion.
The May 17 meeting has
been canceled due to the
Shavuot holiday.

Nr

Northland & ProvIdence Hospool

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Jewish Couples
Institute Slated

The Jewish Institute for
Brides and Grooms will be-
gin a six-week series of par-
lor workshops for engaged
couples 8:30 p.m. Sunday in
the home of Rachel Kagan,
23080 Parklawn, Oak Park.
Topic of discussion weill be
"The Partnership of Mar-
riage."
The institute, sponsored
by Nshei Chabad, the Lu-
bavitch women's organiza-
tion, is designed to encour-
age young engaged couples,
who will soon establish new
homes, to take a second look
at the relevance of Jewish
values in the modern home.
Groups will be limited to
four or five couples each,
and each group will meet
weekly to exchange ideas
and experiences on Kashrut,
Shabat, mezuza and the
wedding ceremony. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Kagan,
542-5058.

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