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September 16, 1977 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 16, 1977 33

LARRY FREEDMAN

Rosh Hashana carries the
message of hope that it is
possible for human beings
to improve their natures, to
rise above the petty things
of material existence.

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

ire
N invited

20%

Women's Clubs

BNAI DAVID SISTER-
HOOD will hold its opening

luncheon meeting of the sea-
son noon Monday in the
synagogue, announces
Blanche Brant, president.
Guest speakers will be Rab-
bi and Mrs. Morton F: Yol-
kut. Guests are invited at a
nominal charge. For reser-
vations. call Marilyn Flack,
program chairman, 557-
4097, or Lorraine Green,
967-0967. *

Off

• invitations
• centerpieces
• stationery

Phyllis Billes
559 - 4343

LIVONIA JEWISH CON-
GREGATION SISTER-
HOOD will hold a member-



- wr.,eat/J

ship tea 1 p.m. Sunday in
the home of Thelma Gold-
stein, 36071 Sherwood. Li-
vonia. For reservations.
call Ms. Goldstein. 464-7305.
or Gladys Karlin. 477-0621.

jr ceira aj 20e:(4.424vz

DUTY & TAXES
REFUNDED

Full length

factory to wearer:

Pioneer Women, will meet
r oon Monday in the Lincoln
towers Apts. club room, an-
nounces Lily Roubeck, presi-
dent. Guest speaker David
Chait will deliver a talk on
current events. Bulletin
chairman Florence Pollack
requests members turn in
their ads. hostesses are Es-
ther Nusbaum. Ruth Adel-
man and Sophie Tatelman.
Guests are welcome.
* * *

'2950

BADGER PANT -
COAT
"1295
factory to wearer:
MINK COAT

PASTEL MINK

full length, fully let-out ..factory to wearer:

'1950

Women. will hold a pre-
donor rally noon Monday at
the Northgate East Apt.
club house. Hostesses are
.Ann Bigman and Belle Ste-
vens. Bertha Spilman will
present a program.
* *

'995

HELEN ROSENBERG
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold their

FOX JACKETS

Norwegian Blue Fox. 28 length .factory to wearer:

FITCH COATS

Full length

factory to wearer:

MUSKRAT COATS
41 . :full
length

FANNIE GLUCK CHAP-
TER, American Mizrachi

'3500

full length with zip-off border factory to wearer:

factory to wearer:

first board meeting of the
season noon Monday at the
Raleigh House. Petite lunch-
eon will be served.

1295

* * *

'695

OAKLAND HILLS CHAP-
TER, Women's American

ORT, will hold its annual
general meeting 12:45 p.m.
Monday in the home of Do-
lores Gordon. 26575 Willow-
green, Franklin. David
Fekay, author of -the Sen-
suous Kitchen" and chef at
the Town and Country Club,
will be guest speaker.
Friends are welcome. For
reservations. call Ms. Gor-
don, 851-3442.

MANUFACTURING
MAKES THE
DIFFERENCE

YOU MUST
SEE OUR
1 /2 PRICE
SALE RACK!

* * *

WOMEN'S BICUR CHO-
LEM ORGANIZATION will

hold a regular meeting
11:30 a.m. Monday at the
MCL Cafeteria in the Tel-12
Mall. Future fund-raising
events will be discussed.

* * *
NORTHGATE CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women. will

DUTY & TAXES REFUNDED
U.S. DOLLARS HONORED
AT PREVAILING EXCHANGE
RATES



/

have a regular meeting
noon Monday in the North-
gate Apts. club house. Re-
freshments will be served.
and guests are invited. For
information. call Blanche
Gruenebaum, 968-5694.
* * *

establ. 1935

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will present a socio-

762 Oullette Ave.
Across from Mario's
in Windsor
1-519-253-2111

• .?

* *

MASSADA CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women. will meet
12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
home of Betty Block. 25701
W. 12 Mile. Southfield.
Luncheon will be served.

*

* * *

DETROIT WOMEN OF
ALPHA OMEGA will hold a

PRIMROSE BEN-
EVOLENT CLUB will meet

board meeting noon
Tuesday in the home of
Cheri Victor, 137 Belroi
Rd., Bloomfield Hills. Com-
mittee reports will be read
and discussed. Hostesses
.ire Alicia Aronoff, Eileen
Gre3nberger, Dee Lynn.
Judy Marx, Jackie Michael-
son. Edie Moss, Linda
Ruby, Joyce Sherman. Char-
lotte Tessler, Janice Tracht
and Jeanne Zuroff.

noon Monday in the home
of Irene Rodman. 14270 La-
Belle. Oak Park. Com-
mittee chairmen reporting
on the progress of the 43rd
annual donor luncheon to be
held Nov. 1 are Ms. Rod-
man. donor: Dorothy Meek-
ler. program: Fay Hellen,
Rose Bricker. pledges: Ms.
Meckler, memoriams and
Younger Set: Estelle Alter,
Sarah Wohl and Ruth Alter,
prizes: Sarah Shindler.
Helen Feiner. Becky Wein- •
man, Tillie Lichtenstein,
Fannie Kline and Florence
Verona, captains.

*

KINNERET CHAPTER,

FACTORY-TO-WEARER PRICES. .
. many of our garments are rnanu-
factured on the premises with pains-
taking care and quality. That means,
in addition to an extraordinary gar-
ment, your Gervais fur is the great-
est value in fur fashion today.

CANADIAN LYNX

Larry Fox. Phyllis Subar
and David Tugender. Pro-
gram chairman is Mildred
Rosenbaum. Refreshments
will be served. The public
is welcome.

drama on intermarriage 8
p.m. Monday. in the syna-
gogue. Dr. Daniel Guyer,
psychiatrist. and Rabbi Mil-
ton Arm will react to the
presentation entitled.
"Reckoning." Featured in
the presentation will be

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..

DETROIT LEAGUE,

CARIH. will meet noon
Sept. 28 in the Sutton Place
Apts. club house. Petite
luncheon will be served. Wil-
liam Parry of Waterford
will relate his experiences
as a clinical outpatient at
the National Asthma Cen-
ter. Games - will follow.
Members are requested to
bring items for the Novem-
ber rummage sale. For
pickup, call Lucia Robiner,
535-5247. For rese.rvations
to the meeting. call Mildred
Blau, 557-0623.

* * *

BE
SMART!

CHILDREN UNLIMITED

will tour Fairlane Mansion
Oct. 5. Luncheon will be
served. There is a charge.
and reservations are re-
quired by Thursday. Guests
are welcome. For informa-
tion and car pool arrange-
ments. call Evelyn Colum-
bus. program chairman.
353-4474.

See the

FALL

A into3 Mark 5514 Anniver3ary

in _trael greeted

For Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
B. Danto. former Detroiters
who now reside in South
Pasadena. Fla.. their trip to
Israel this summer was an
occasion to strengthen their
ties with the many move-
ments they had been in-
volved in in support of Is-
rael.
The Dantos' current visit
to Israel was in observance
of their 55th wedding anni-
versary. They also visited
Israel 16 years ago.
Upon Dr. Danto's retire-
ment. after practicing den-
tistry for 50 years. the
Dantos made their home in
South Pasadena. Fla.

dy

Agencieo

ous temple functions.

In Detroit they were
among the pioneers in
Temple Israel, Mrs. Danto
having presided over the sis-
terhood and chaired numer-

Their Israel visit was an
occasion for renewal of rela-
tionships with Hadassah. Is-
rael Bonds and the Jewish
National Fund.
Their first visit upon their
arrival in Israel was with
their granddaughter. Lisa.
daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Bruce Danto. who was in Is-
rael with the youth group
from Temple Israel. There -
was an enthusiastic visit
with the Temple Israel
group. whose tour of the
Jewish state was under the
direction of Rabbi Loso.
Mrs. Danto is a member
of the Florida Women of
the Press and the National
Federation of Press
Women. and women repre-
sentatives of the Israel
press joined in extending sa-
lutations to her.

[Marriages

Registration Due
at Jewish Center

M. Sheila Jeffrey and
Peter Honeyman were mar-

ried recently at the Ann
Arbor Women's City Club.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Warren A.
Jeffrey of Ann Arbor. Par-
ents of the bridegroom are
Dr. and Mrs. Max Honey-
man of Southfield. Attend-
ing the couple were Ann Jef-
frey, sister of the bride.
and John G. Posa. The new
Mrs. Honeyman attends
law school at Seton Hall
University. Her husband is
enrolled in a doctoral pro-
gram in computer science
at Princeton University.
The couple is living in
Princeton.

Registration for fall clas-
ses at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center will take place
Sunday at the main Center
complex.
Among the classes avail-
able are dance, drama,
Hebrew, tennis, swimming,
exercise, memory improve-
ment, sculpture, recorder
(flute-type ), gourmet kosh-
er cooking, dieter's kosher
cooking, kosher bread and
pastry making, speed read-
ing, art, photography, and
teen, tween and children's
programs. There also is a
new young adult-program.
Babysitter service is
available 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
weekdays. For information,
call the Center, 661-1000.

WINTER

Collection
of everything
from
Pantsuits
to
Dresses
Coats
etc., at

Naomi
Lippis

Advance
Fashion Ltd.

New Orleans
Mall

15600 W. 10 Mile Rd.

at Greenfield

1111.711
ILT'thIl HOURS:

Mon.-Sot. 10-5

569-4030

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