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August 04, 1978 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-04

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Friday, Argot 4, 1978 49

THE DETROIT BOSH NEWS

Women's Clubs

SUPER
SELECTION
of
SUITS

DRESSES

for

FALL

in

FANTASTIC

FABRICS

COLORS

GREAT
SAVINGS
AT OUR
SALE
CORNER

Naomi
Log i_
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Advance
Fashion Ltd.

New Orleans
Mall
15600 W. 10 Mile Rd.
at Greenfield

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Mon. -Sat. 10-5

569-4030

KINNERET CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet noon Monday in the
Lincoln Towers Apts. club
room, announces President
Lily Roubeck. Financial
Secretary Esther Nusbaum
will report on her recent trip
to Israel and Europe. Re-
freshments will be served.
Hostesses are Frances
Driker and Miriam
Freeman. Guests and
friends are welcome.
* * *
PRIMROSE
BE-
NEVOLENT CLUB will
meet noon Wednesday at
the Northgate Apts. club
house. Petite luncheon will
be served by Ruth Alter and
Estelle Alter. The women
will hold a fund-raising
luncheon noon Aug. 15 in
the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room. A nominal fee
will be charged. Proceeds
will go to the Israel
Emergency Fund. Games
will follow the luncheon.
Hostesses for the fund rais-
ing are Beckie Weinman,
chairman; Fannie Stockier,
Rose Shapiro, Esther Gol-
denberg, Mae Shapiro, Ann
Bergman, Phyl is Faber, Til-
lie Lichtenstein, Belle Co-
hen, Vivian Shulman, Gol-
die Hoshkowitz, Nellie
Brown and Sarah Shindler.
* *
NEGBAH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Wednesday in the Lin-
coln Towers Apts. club
room. The women will ten-
der lifelong member and
corresponding secretary
Gertrude Becker a farewell
luncheon on the occasion of
her move to New York.
Friends and guests are wel-
come. At the recent instal-
lation of officers, the follow-
ing were installed: Betty
Gelman, temporary presi-
dent; Iliene Winkelman,
Rose Geyer and Charlotte
Baldwin, vice presidents;
Fanny Press, overall
chairman; Charlotte
Baldwin, Rose Geyer and
Rose Alenco and Rive Lahr,
secretaries; Lena Schwartz,

Janner Aided
Peres-Hussein
Meeting Plan

LONDON (JTA) — Gre-
ville Janner, the Anglo-
Jewish leader and Member
of Parliament, was involved
in the contacts which led to
King Hussein agreeing to
meet Shimon Peres,' leader
of the Labor Alignment in
Israel, in London two weeks
ago.
It was at a private dinner
party given by Janner that
former King Constantine of
Greece, an old friend of
Hussein, told Peres that
such a meeting could be ar-
ranged.
However, when Peres
telephoned Israeli Premier
Menahem Begin about it,
the Israeli leader requested
him not to see Hussein, who
has so far refused to join in
the peace initiative
launched by Egypt and Is-
rael.

treasurer and Israel Bond
chairman; Rose Geyer, co-
treasurer; Florence
Primack, donor chairman,
"Na'amat" and Jewish
Community Council dele-
gate; Etta Kaplan, child re-
scue; Lilien Klein, Histad-
rut; Betty Order, Jewish
National Fund and bulletin;
Lilien Goldman and Rose
Alenco, cards and tributes;
Ida Stone, darlings; Etta
Kaplan and Florence
Primack, membership; Rose
Hurwitz, sunshine; Freda
Metz, Jewish Community
Council delegate, certifi-
cates, Clarion and publicity;
Eva Rivkin and Sarah
Wohl, dues; Rose Alenco
and Eva Rivkin, telephone;
and Ann Pazner, Rose
Kleinbard, Zena Berman
and Rose Hurwitz, social
committee.
* * *
FANNIE GLUCK
CHAPTER, American
Mizrachi Women, will hold
a regular meeting noon
Tuesday at the Northgate
Apts. club house. Plans for
future fund raising will be
discussed. Hostesses are
Mrs. Phillip Fealk and Mrs.
David Novetsky.
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women, will have a special
meeting 11:30 a.m. Tuesday
at the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room. Shirlee Idea will
present a program. Sophie
Rosenstein will sponsor the
brunch, in honor of her 50th
wedding anniversary.
Friends are welcome.
* 5 *
DAVID-HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon Tues-
day in the home of Mrs.
Julius Spielberg, 23030
Radclift, Oak Park. Plans
have been finalized for the
Aug. 15 luncheon to be held
at noon at the Northgate
Apts. club house. Hostesses
are Mrs. Joe Applebaum,
Mrs. Sam Belkin, Mrs. Bar-
ney Blavin, Mrs. Jack
Chait, Mrs. Alex Dorchen,
Mrs. Sam Schwartz, Mrs.
Morris Stein and Mrs.
Hyman Weisse.
* 5 5

BNAI DAVID SIS-
TERHOOD will hold a
rummage sale 10 a.m.-4
p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m.-3
p.m. Monday at the
synagogue. Household
items, clothing and toys will
be available. For informa-
tion, call the chairman,
Ruth Gosman, 559-7219;
Barbara Traison, president,
557-8257; or the synagogue,
557-8210.
* 5 *
ZEDAKAH CLUB will
hold its annual luncheon
and games party noon Aug.

14 at the Knob-in-the-
Woods Apts. club house. For
reservations, call Julia
Ring, 542-9173, or Jean
Levy, 358-1578. There is a
charge.
* 5 *
SHOSHANIM CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
hold a general membership
meeting 7:30 p.m. Aug. 15
in the home of Shelly Riger,
24350 Dante, Oak Park.
There will be a recipe ex-
change. Guests are wel-
come. For reservations, call
Ms. Riger, 545-5573.

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AUGUST

FUR SALE

We're staging a fur event that took
months of advance planning. A tre-
mendous collection of news making
furs have been tagged at pre-season
lows for pre-season savings.
If you dreamed of owning a fine fur but
never thought you'd find it at a price you
could afford . . . this is the place. Rush
to our store now . . . it's worth a trip
from anywhere!

OPHERA CHAPTER,

Women's American ORT,
will join Michigan Region.
chapters at a performance of
"Les Girls, Les Girls," 8 p.m.
Sept. 13 at the Birmingham
Theatre. There is a charge.
For information, call Carol
Dreyer, president, 335-
2343. Members interested
in selling New Year's cards
should call Patty Shook,
851-6922. The chapter will
have a garage sale Aug. 17
and 18 at the home of Bar-
bara Dreyer, 5107 Water-
gate, West Bloomfield.
Household items, paper
bags and clothes racks are
needed. To volunteer, call
Carol Dreyer or Barbara
Dreyer, 681-3030.
* 5 *
CLUB ONE, Pioneer
Women, will meet 11:30
a.m. Tuesday in the Lincoln
Towers Apts. club room.
Chang Michlin will discuss
special current events.
Brunch will be served, and
friends are invited.

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furs by . .



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