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June 27, 1975 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Clubs

NSHEI
CHABAD have a luncheon-meeting
STUDY GROUP (10 Mile 12:30 p.m. Monday in the
area) will me-et 3:30 p.m. Northgate Apts. club house.
Saturday in the home of Guests are invited. For in-
Mrs. Harry Blitz, 15211 formation, call Rebecca Al-
"All That The Nome implies"
Sutherland, Oak Park. ger, 968-8548, president; or
Rabbi Ephraim Spero will Blanche Gruenbaum,
speak.
We Also
968-5694, vice president.
* * *
* * *
Wash & Finish
Drip Dry Curtains
NSHEI
CHABAD
DAVID-HORODOKER
Professionally
STUDY GROUP (Nine WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
Mile area) will meet 3:30 TION will have a meeting
WE DO ALL THE WORK
p.m. Saturday in the home noon Tuesday in the home
REMOVE AND INSTALL
of_nrs_. ,M el-1.de] _Luck m a n ,
y-Schec-ht
22100 Marlow, Oak Park. 25639 Greenfield, South-
Rabbi Bentzion Stein will field. Arrangements will be
891-1818
speak.
made for the Nov. 11 donor
Suburban Call Collect
* * *
luncheon at Cong. Beth
Reverse Charges
NORTHGATE CHAP- Achim.
* * *
TER, Pioneer Women, will
NEGBAH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, honored
~f~ ic is :7rttfy {or IIhe 2)iitrimittainci
Etta Kaplan as its "woman
by„
‘-\
of the year" during its re-
Mad2 RH and h O
cent installation of officers.
In her honor, the chapter
will sponsor a child at sum-
mer camp in Israel.
* * *
GLENNWOOD CHAP-
TER, Women's American

• ORT, will hold a car rally 8
p.m. Saturday at Lederle
ONLY HARRY THOMAS COULD OFFER
Junior High School, 18575

W. Nine Mile, Southfield.
There is a charge, and prizes
will be given. Proceeds will


go
ORT schools around the

• world.
THE FINEST OF SUITS . . . SPORT COATS
For information, call


• Suzie Graham, 626-2356, or
. . . LEISURE SUITS . . . SLACKS
• Denise Diskin, 545-7626.


. . . SHIRTS . . . TIES .. .

* * *




WHITEHALL-SOUTH-


The One and Only
• FIELD CHAPTER, Wom-

• en's American ORT, in-

HARRY THOMAS
• •
• stalled Mrs. Sam Schwartz

fine clothes for 39 years
• as president at its recent

• installation luncheon at the
24750 Telegraph at 10 Mile


next to Dunkin Donut
SUNDAY • Furniture Club. Special
• SUNDAY
• 11 to 4 PM
Daily to 6 — Thurs. to 8 PM
II to 4 PM •
tribute was paid to Mrs.

• Dorothy Goldman for her
••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
contribution to the ORT
School of Engineering. The
chapter will have a bingo
party 12:30 p.m. July 10 in
the Whitehall Apts.. club
house. There will be prizes,
and refreshments will be
served.
* *. *
SHALOM CHAI CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
ENTIRE
have its annual installation
luncheon 1 p.m. Monday at
STOCK OF
the Landmark Restaurant,
Greenfield and Lincoln
Rds., Oak Park. Mrs. Milton
. Wiess, national chairman of
child care in Israel, will be
installing officer. Officers to
Choose From
be installed are: Lillian Lub-
lin, president; Lillian Barsh,
Thousands of
Ethel Dunitz, Sophia Hoff-
Handbags
man, Anna Goldberg, Anna
Dunitz, Eva Halpern and
Clara Kleinman, vice presi-
dents; Anna Lewis,
,
Rae
Freeman, Ida Kaplan, Eva
Savings
Hoffman and Sophia Hoff-
up to
man, secretaries; and Rae
Freeman and Anna Lublin,
treasurers. Chairmen in-
All Sales Finc...4
clude Eva Halpern, Clara
pimmounlimionimoolummum
Kleinman, Freda Solomon,
Reg. 8.571 Bessie
Keyes, Celia Gumen-
I Needlepoint Canvas
ick, Etta Felsot, Mary Sax,
NOW I Anna
'Interlocked — 10 to the 42 in. width.
Rottenberg, Eva Ei-
• Limited 2 yds. per customer.
senberg and Eva Hoffman.
▪ 1•11I =MI MN I=
Sophia Hoffman is chair-
man of the day.
Knit
* * *
Shops
AVODAH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will have
9 Mile & Coolidge
121/2 Mile & Southfield
its annual installation
1 1Mile & Lahser
luncheon noon Tuesday at
Southfield Plaza
15
Mile
& Orchard Lk. Rd.
the Furniture Club, 24701
Open Sunday
Closed Sunday
Swanson, Southfield. Ethel
Isaacs will be installed as

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• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •

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Charlotte's

president. Other officers
include Estelle Rappaport,
Ethel Disner, Mollie Miller
and Mary Gilbert, vice pres-
idents; Esther Fishman,
second vice president of
funds; Ominna Herman,
Martha Schecter, Mary Iden
and Dora Jacobowitz, secre-
taries; and Lillian Goldman,
treasurer. For reservations,
call Ms. Fishman, 968-5734.
* * *
-N-SHEI CBABA-D mil l
have its annual rummage
sale 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday
and July 6 at Cong. Mishkan
Israel. For information, call
Mrs. Sonia Layman,
399-4123, or Mrs. Esther
Getz, 548-5156. Proceeds
will support the various ac-
tivities of the Lubavitch
women.
* * *
NORTHWEST CHILD
RESCUE WOMEN will
hold their 27th annual in-
stallation luncheon noon
Tuesday at the Gallery Res-
taurant, Southfield and 121/2
Mile Rds. Officers to be in-
stalled include: Eva Wolf,
president; Annette Horwitz
and Tillie Sherman, vice
presidents; Rose Weiner,
Zelda Kay, Shirley Cutler,
Clare Krueger, Ann Silver-
stein and Sally ViCtor, sec-
retaries; and Nancy Adel-
man, treasurer. Mrs. La
Verne Kief will conduct a
candleight ceremony.

$2" I

Charlotte's

Women Name
Mrs. Schubiner

Mrs. Elliot Schubiner
was installed as president
of City of Hope Cancer
Fighters at the group's
recent installation. A
member for 22 years, Mrs.
Schubiner was corre-
sponding secretary, bulle-
tin editor, vice president of
fund raising and for the
last five years a national
board member.

Engagements)

-

Marlene Tucker
Plans to Marry

Mr. and Mrs. Richard V.
Rowe of Romsey Ave.,
Franklin Village, announce
the engagement of their
daughter Carolyn Nancy to
David M. Blatt, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Blatt of
Kenosha Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Rowe is a student at
Oakland Community Col-
lege where she is studying
nursing. Her finance is a
student at Macomb County
Community College where
he is studying respiratory
therapy. An August wed-
ding is planned.

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'

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Friday, June 27, 1975 33

BATHING SUITS

• For Big and Little Sister
• 1 and 2 pc. Styles
• Newest Colors

• Latest Fashions

MISS TUCKER

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Tucker of Virginia Dr.,
Southfield, announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Marlene Joyce to Harold
Dennis Margolis, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold Margolis of
Alta Vista Ave., Southfield.
Miss Tucker was grad-
uated from Wayne State
University's college of phar-
macy where she was asso-
ciated with the Rho Pi Phi
Pharmaceutical Fraternity.
Her fiance was graduated
from WSU with a BA de-
gree in biology and is a
third-year studentat the
Kansas City College of Os-
teopathic Medicine.
A July wedding is
planned.

In 1959 Fidel Castro es-
tablished a communist dic-
tatorship in Cuba, national-
izing many Jewish-owned
enterprises.

.

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REG.

NOW

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600

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DEPARTMENT STORE FOR CHILDREN

TEL-TWELVE MALL, 12 Mile & Telegraph

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

SUNDAY 12 to 5

P.M.

ALSO NORTHWQOD SHOPPING CENTER
13 MILE AT WOO _ DWARD
OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 9 SUNDAY 12 to 5 p.m.

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