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July 25, 1975 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 Friday, July 25, 1975

MOVING? Women's Clubs]

: HOUSEHOLD SALES
IN YOUR HOME
ESTATES LIQUIDATED
• MARION GASPAS







626-8402

626-6795

IRENE EAGLE

6264769

626-8907

WHITEHALL-CHAI
CHAPTER,
Pioneer

Women, will hold a business
meeting 8 p.m. Aug. 4 at the
home of Estelle Rappaport,
9 3237 Providence, South-

field. A report on the fund-
raising luncheon will be
given. Guests and prospec-
tive members are invited.

* * *

ISRAEL CHAPTER, Pi-
oneer Women, will hold its
second annual poolside and
patio barbeque dinner 5
p.m. Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller,
156 Lake Park, Birming-
ham. Donna Kost, local
mime, will provide enter-
tainment. Proceeds will go
to day care centers in Israel.
For information and reser-
vations, call Mary Koretz,
398-2366, or Fan Bunin,
646-5337.

* * *

DEGANIA CHAPTER,

CANVAS

COTTON JEAN

BAGS

TOPS

$ 4 90

$ 2 9°

Were $9.00

were $6.00

WHITE POLYESTER

Pioneer Women, recently
held its annual installation
of new officers at the Pa-
goda Restaurant in Troy.
Installed were: Mesdames
Rosalyn Stern, president;
Naomi Zietz, Tobye Salin-
ger, Judy Holtz and Lin
Klein, vice presidents; Le-
nore Rosenblum, Sandy Col-
lins, Carol Hillman and
Judy Blavin, secretaries;
and Angel Berger, trea-
surer. .

For Custom Drape
Cleaning, Call

In announcing Mrs.

Miss Levey Weds
Mr. Bienenstock

DRAPERY CLEANERS

"All That The Name Implies"

MRS. STARKNIAN

Starkman's chairman-
ship, Mrs. David Pollack,
Women's Division chair-
man for Bonds, said that
Mrs. Starkman has been
active with the Israel
Bond organization for 10
years. She is currently on
the Women's Division ex-
ecutive committee.

WE DO ALL THE WORK
REMOVE AND INSTALL

891-1818

Her husband, Dr. Morris
Starkman, was the first
chairman of the Medical
Division of Israel Bonds.

Lipshaw-Lipson
Engagement Told

To Capture that
Mood, hire a
Specialist

HALTERS

$ 2 9°

were $74.00

Engagements)

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Feldman of Woodward Ave.,
Bloomfield Hills, announce
the engagement of their
daughter Jill to Steven Jay
Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Stone of Riverside
Dr., Southfield. Miss Feld-
man and her fiance are
graduates of the University
of Michigan. An August
wedding is planned.

Mrs. Morris Starkman
has been named chairman
of the 1975 Israel Fashion
Show-Luncheon for Israel
Bonds. The annual event
will be held Sept. 24 at
Cong. Shaarev Zedek.
The fashion show will be
presented by Claire Pearone
of Somerset Mall, and her
Private Entrance Boutique
will display a collection of
Israel arts and crafts.
The fashion show com-
mittee will hold its first
meeting 10 a.m. Aug. 12 at
Mrs. Starkman's home. For
reservations, call the Israel
Bonds office, 968-0200.

PRINT

PANTS
$ 790

r

Mrs. Starkman Chairs Bonds'
Fall Fashion Show-Luncheon

were $8.00

POLYESTER

PANT SUITS
$1650

were $33.00

MRS. BIENENSTOCK

POLYESTER

Helene Michelle Levey
SHIRT JAC'S
and Samuel Bienenstock
were married in a recent
$1090
ceremony at Cong. Beth
were $22.00
Abraham-Hillel.
MISS LIPSHAW
The bride is the daughter
Mr. and Mrs. George Lip- of Mr. and Mrs. Cal Levey of
shaw of Alhambra Dr., Oneida Ave., Oak Park. Par-
Southfield, announce the ents of the bridegroom are
engagement of their daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bi-
ter Nancy to Kenneth Mark enenstock of Vernon Ave.,
Lipson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oak Park.
Alex Lipson of Cloverlawn
Susan Friedman was
Ave., Oak Park.
Daly 10-6, Thurs. Fri 'W 9
maid of honor, and Henry
Sunday 12 to 5
Daily 10-6 Mon., Thurs. Fri 'N 9
A December wedding is Bienenstock was his broth-
planned.
er's best man.
■1■
The new Mrs. Bienen-
stock was graduated from
Ferris State College with a
ENDS SATURDAY, AUGUST 2nd
degree in legal assisting.
Her husband earned a bach-
elor's degree at the Univer-
sity of Michigan and is a
student at the University of
Detroit's law school.
Following a Florida ho-
neymoon, the couple will
live in Royal Oak.

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10 AM-9 PM MON.-SAT.
CLOSED SUN. 354-9060

JERUSALEM — A sol-
dier who, as a member of
the Jewish volunteer unit
of the British Army took
part in the First World War
battle of Gallipoli, 80-year-
old Zalman Epstein, was
among the participants at a
ceremony at the Anzac Me-
morial, organized by the Is-
rael War Veterans' League
and the Jewish National
Fund near Kibutz Be'eri,
facing the Gaza Strip.
Guest of honor was Roden
Cutler, who was decorated
with the Victoria Cross for
bravery during the British
invasion of Syria in 1941.

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MOVIES • PORTRAITS

Last Call

Balance of our Summer Stock

REDUCED

to
Unbelievable LOW prices

Blouses

to $8

Slacks

to $7 & $9

Tee Shirts

to $6

Reg. $58 to $110

Slack Suits

NOW $25 to $50

Dresses

$15 to $35

Gowns

$30 $45 $50

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