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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Clubs

BETH ABRAHAM-
HILLEL SISTERHOOD



\•itt hold a rummage sale
Tuesday through Thursday
at the synagogue. Sale items
include clothing, toys, furni-
ture, kitchen items and
household furnishings.
* * *

-

DEGANIA CHAPTER,

lop

Pioneer Women, will hold
its annual membership
meeting 8:15 p.m. Sept. 10
at the home of Flora Cher-
.ley, 26063 Woodvilla,
Southfield.
Perspective
members are invited. For
reservations, please call
Mrs. Lin Klein, 559-1583,
or Mrs. Harvey Blauin,
646-4112.

ship
vice
626-1732.

meet noon Monday at the
home of Jenie Miriani,
21733 Stratford Ct., Oak
Park. Plans for the October
fundraising luncheon will
be discussed. Refreshments
will be served.
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women, will have a pre-hol-
iday meeting 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday at Northgate
club house. Brunch will be
served. Friends and guests
are \\ • e i mme.
• * *

NORTHGATE CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women. will

ROSENWALD AUXIL-
IARY, _Ame•ican Legion,

will join the post for a social
1 p.m. Thursday at the Lin-
coln Towers Apts. club
room. Luncheon will be
served, and there will be
games.

REWARD

New Orleans Mall will pay
$100.00 - for information
leading to the recovery of
damages against the per-
son or persons who dam-
aged a Marine Locust tree
at the New Orleans Mall
Shopping Center, 15600
West Ten Mile Road,
Southfield. In the event of
a dispute as to the proper
recipient of the reward,
the decision of New Or-
leans Mall shall be conclu-
sive and binding. A condi-
tion precedent to payment
of the reward shall be re-
covery of damages from
the vandals involved. All
replies confidential. Ad-
dress New Orleans Mall,
24245 Northwestern
Hwy., Southfield, Michi-
gan, or call 353-1000.

JEWISH WOMEN EU-
ROPEAN WELFARE
ORGANIZATION
will

*

*

BRANDEIS CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will meet
12:30 p.m. Monday at the
home of Mrs. Morris Gins-
berg, 12040 Northfield
Blvd., Oak Park. Buffet
lunchen will be served. Mrs.
Evelyn Novak will review
the hest seller "Ragtime" by
E. L. D000row. For infor-
mation, call Helen Gins-
berg, 398-8427, or President
Mildred Weiss, 851-4976.

* *

*

SHARONE CHAPTER,

Women's American ORT,
will have its annual mem-
bership tea 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Kings-
wood Place Apts. club
house. A program will be
presented on gourmet cook-
ing. For information, call
Marlene Swarin, member-

The
Paper
Place

Invitations
Stationery
Paper Goods
Gifts
Addressing

16300 North Park
Drive

Consultant
Service

9:30-4:30

Mon.-Sat.

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS

111•11:\ ZINII•1{1;
The hair .011 plOrk
ill 1 . 111111• bads to 11;11111i
Nom. Iterore .ou t.eete again. remember
thi. Quotation from one of the fo•eino-4
medical authoritie, 011 the •t1ItteCt 111 human
hair:
-- Plucking Out -.1rong hair-. -Jowl(' ne,e• be
I(1
Ft) 1111t? lit'eall,` the long ierni
penaltie.- for continued plucking can be -.0

HELEN ZINBERG R.E.

1. You may stimulate

the growth of addition-
al hairs around the one
you pull out.
2. You may cause suc-
cessive generations of
hair from the abused
follicle to grow coarser,
longer, darker.
3. You may make event-
ual permanent removal
slower and costlier by
pulling the root and fol-
licle out of place.

-

Such risks are need-
less now that Air-cooled
Jet Stream Electrolysis
is available to you. This
is the first method of
permanent hair remov-
al with everything to
commend it. Air-cooled
Jet Stream is faster,
more comfortable.
Electrolysis is the only
medically approved
method to remove hair
permanently.

16125 W. 12 MILE RD.—OPEN MON., WED., THURS. & FRI.

BY APPOINTMENT — 557-8115

8221 Curtis Open Tues. Only 9 A.M. tie 6 P.M. UN 2-8914

president,

* * *

Friday, August 22, 1975 41

Tool for Shul'

from

meet noon Monday in the
Northgate Apts. club house.
Mrs. Oscar Rappaport will
install officers. Guests are
invited, and refreshments
will be served. For informa-
tion, call Blanche Gruen-
baum, 968-5694, or Rebecca
Alger, 968-8548.
* * *

air

SHALOM CHAI CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will

have a social-luncheon noon
Monday in the Lincoln Ter-
race Apts. club house, spon-
sored by Lillian Lublin.
Hostesses are Lillian Barsh
and Freda Solomon. Ruth
Miller, president of the
Greater Detroit Council of
Pioneer Wonlen, will he
guest speaker. Prospective
members are invited.
* * *

CHANA CZENESH
CHAPTER,
Pioneer

Women, will meet noon
Monday in the Lincoln Tow-
ers Apts. club room. Guest
speaker Rebecca Sanders
will give a report on "An Ar-
cheological Tour Through
Ancient Greece." Refresh-
ments \vill be served.
* * *

3 piece double weave
cool Polyester ensemble
in a lucious shade of
gamma sizes 6 to 18.

65.00

CHILDREN UNLIM-
ITED will have a board

meeting 12:30 p.m. Wednes- •
day in the home of the presi-
dent, Mary Blitz, 23041 Bev-
erly, Oak Park. Plans for
fund raising and programs
for the coming year will be
discussed.

Orthodox Women
in Hospitals Get
Special Candles

NEW YORK — Jewish
women Nvho are hospitalized
over Sabbath and holidays
will now he 1.1)1e to fulfill
the mitzva of candlelighting
without violating hospital
fire codes.
Under the auspices of
women's branch Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions, the parent body of Or-
thodox sisterhoods in Amer-
ican and Canada, an electric
twin-branched candelabra
has now been made avail-
able for use in hospitals for
Sabbath and holidays.
Rabbis and hospital chap-
lains throughout the coun-
try are being- notified about
thi s new serv i ce for J ew i s h
patients. Fm- information,
writ(' Wom en's B ra n
UOJCA, 84 Fifth Ave., New
York. N.Y. 10011. National
Hospital Candelabra Pro-
ject Ch airman is Mrs.
Shlomo Nolman, national

,

r

FLY

president of Women's
Branch I'OJC.1 is Mrs.

Samuel .A. Turk.

MICHIGAN

Women's League
Council to Meet

The first meeting of the
cooperative council of the
League of Jewish Women
will be held 10:30 a.m.
Thursday in the home of
Mrs. Manuel Neiman, presi-
dent of Primrose Benevolent
Club. 17081 Maryland,
Southfield.

BANKAMERICARD

WELCOME MERE

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at Maple Rd.

SHOPPING
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