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June 20, 1975 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 20, 1975

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Women's Clubs

LADIES OF YESHI-
VATH BETH YEHUDAH
AND WOMEN'S SAB-
BATH LEAGUE will hold
a luncheon-meeting noon
Wednesday at the yeshiva
building. This luncheon is
sponsored by all the offi-

HAL GORDON

Musical Entertainment
Big Bands or
Small Combos

626-3346

cers: Mesdames: Leo Lau-
fer, president; Harold Ka-
plan and Mendel Stark, vice
presidents; Clara Stulberg.
treasurer; Moe Hausman,
secretary; and Walter Ep-
stein, social chairman, Re-
ports will be given on the re-
cent Mother and Daughter
luncheon. Friends are in-
vited.
* * *
PARKWOOD CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will hold its annual in-
stallation noon Monday at

MAGICIAN

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MAGICAL MEL
547.2464

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Music of Distinction

From Solo Piano to Large Orchestra

MARTIN KOSINS

546-7558

Dirting Itatialtstyte is as
easfasyllef
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Invite Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
to cook for you when
you long for a delicious meatless
meal. His Cheese Ravioli
really hits the spot! Perfect for the
children's lunch, for an easy supper
or even a late-night snack. If you
like kreplach, you'll love the Chef's
Cheese Ravioli. Bite-size. chock
full of tangy Italian-style cheese,
simmered in rich. hearty tomato sauce
that's seasoned with even more
cheese. And. all you do is heat—and
enjoy. For a thrifty. meatless
mechayeh you couldn't do better!

SHOES BY ALEX

Semi-Annual Shoe

SALE

all current merchandise

Naturalizer

Joyce

Town & Country

Jacqueline

Connie

Gran Sol

Values to
$30,00

9 0.90
to
$16.90

Shoes
By

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Royal Oak, Mich. 48067
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(Continued from Page 29)
Topinka's Country House.
Mrs. Alfred Stebbins will be
installed as president. Mrs.
Jack Rubin, a past president
of the chapter will be the in-
stalling officer. The invoca-
tion will be given by Mrs.
David Redisch. Mrs. Lew
Levitt will present 25-year
members with pins. Enter-
tainment will be provided
by Max Sosin. Mrs. Edward
Edwards, outgoing presi-
dent invites friends. For res-
ervations, contact Mrs. Leon
Paul, 353-7698. Chairperson
of the day is Mrs. Carl R.
Lichtenstein.
* * *
ROSENWALD AUXIL-
IARY, American Legion,
will have a social meeting 1
p.m. Thursday at the Work-
men's Circle Center. There
will be refreshments and
games. Election of officers
will take place.
* * *
ZEDAKAH CLUB in-
stalled Mrs. Jerome Prag as
president at its recent in-
stallation. Also installed
were: Mesdames David
Fishman, Michael Solomon
and Jerry Moroff; vice presi-
dents; Ruben Klein, Stanley
Klein and Sanford Shekter,
secretaries; Sol Steinlauf,
treasurer; Paul Deutch, case
supervisor; Harold Kutz-
man, co-case supervisor;
Joseph Stalberg, parliamen-
tarian; and Morris Aaron,
Mort Levey, Nathan Tyner,
David Newman and Paul
Faust. Special honors were
accorded to Mrs. John Her-
man, Mrs. Tillie Greenberg,
Mrs. Alice Kay, Mrs. Rose
Klein and Mrs. Tillie Knop-
per.

INVITATIONS
by HATTIE
SCHWARTZ

356-8563

STUDY GROUP will meet
3:30 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Mrs. Alex Saltz-
man, 14160 Balfour, Oak
Park. Alex Roberg will
speak.

* * *

YOUNG ISRAEL SIS-
TERHOOD, made up of
the sisterhoods of Young
Israel Center of Oak-Woods
and Greenfield congrega-
tions, will have its installa-
tion 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Young Israel Center of Oak-
Woods. Mrs. James Gordon
will be installing officer.
Officers to be installed are:
Shifra Zwick, president;
Alice Mandelbaum, chair-
man of the board; Raiselle
Snow, Yetta Sperka, Sonia
Ribiat, Eva Hertz and Bes-
sie Mittelman, vice presi-
dents; Marian Duchan,
Blanche Engel, Estelle Gel-
berman, Lucille Halber-
stadt and Caroline Leider-
man, secretaries; and Mintzi
Schramm, treasurer. Malka
Gordon is Jewish Commu-
nity Council delegate and
Gerry Greenfield and Ida
Chawdick are board mem-
bers-at-large. Chairmen

are: Mary Beres, Fayga
Greenbaum, Elsie Simkov-
itz, Fanny Wainer, Sara
Bricker, Rose Rodd, Phyllis
Koenigsberg, Faye Lemer,
Gladys Light, Sarah Nobel,
Bertha Lupovitch, Anna
Schnaidman, Rae Gellman,
Ann Rosenberg, Delores
Brown, Ellen Weiss, Judy
Speiser, Blanche Werner,
Cherna Kowalsky, Ida
Havis, Shirley Jubas, Sybil
Treblow, Fayga Dombey,
Rose Blitz, Frances Trager
and Bracha Kupinsky.

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* * * *
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SCHWARTZ
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DRAPKIN

Photography

Weddings - Bar Mitzvah
Social Events

647-5731

Eves. and Weds.

Jack Drapkin
851-2671

Over 30 Years

Dear Customer:
WE WILL CLOSE FOR 2 WEEKS VACATION BE-
GINNING SUNDAY, JULY 13 AND WE WILL OPEN
SUNDAY, JULY 27.
We hope this will not inconvenience you in
any way. It will be appreciated if you will call us
early for any extra meat orders you may wish to
put in your freezer.
Thank you for being our customer and have a
pleasant summer.

SINGER'S MEATS
LI. 7-8111

There are new
and delicious
happenings
at the
Sheraton-
Southfield

* *

SHAAREY ZEDEK
SISTERHOOD will have
an orientation session and
Braille workshop 10 a.m.
June 30 in the synagogue,
conducted by Mrs. Joseph
Snider. The sisterhood has
for the past 21 years helped
the blind. Classes will begin
in the fall, and will meet
once a week for 2 hours. For
information, call the syn-
agogue office, 357-5544.
* * *
NSHEI
CHABAD

Dining Spi-ciak in the 1u:-;a1,10

Saturday Seafood Buffet
ChImse In ∎ ni !Imre than a

dozen sealond delights- Ineludin;r:
Fresh Lnhster. Alaskan 1.111 , Crah.
Baked Filet id '(de. Clams (:;.tsiiii)
57.9.5 pet. pers(>i. $3.9.3 hir children
Fnun 6 p.m. Pi I I I).111.

And celohrate SlindaV ■■ ill) (alr

Berries — (and s.. MIN])

Cancer Fund Cites

Women for Efforts

The Michigan Cancer
Foundation has recognized
the Detroit lodge of the
United Order of True Sis-
ters by placing a plaque in
the lobby of the new Meyer
L. Prentis Cancer Center
which commemorates their
continued service to the
foundation.
Representatives from the
Detroit lodge met with Dr.
Jerome P. Horwitz, chair-
man of the MCF Depart-
ment of Chemistry, who
presented the plaque on be-
half of the foundation.
Mrs. Helen Pollak, lodge
president, accepted the
plaque for the more than
200 members. The women's
group will make the third
and final annual payment
this fall on an ultra-high-
speed centrifuge valued at
nearly $9,000.

Brunch

S-1..9:3 Irer persnll. just S2..30 rnr children

hr( I» I I a.m. Pi .1 p.m.
Nine Mile li(>a ■ I het\∎ ecii Greenfield
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• Call 557- 1801)

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