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October 27, 1978 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-27

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36 Friday, October 21, 1918

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Wom e n's C lu b s)

BLACK JACK

YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A LOSER!

•Black Jack is the only Casino
Game that is not dependent on Luck.

BRANDEIS TIKVA
CHAPTER, - Pioneer

Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Country
Corners Apts. club house for
a social afternoon. Members
are requested to bring
games.

THE STANLEY ROBERTS
SCHOOL OF WINNING BLACKJACK

will show you how to beat the house
by putting the odds in your favor.
call or write for more information

* * *
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD will meet

569-1063 17000 W. 8 Mile, Sfld. 48015 Suite 13A

HARVEY M.
BLOOM

Says: "WE DON'T MEET THE
COMPETITION, WE ARE THE
COMPETITION."

600 S. MAIN

Between - 10 & 11 Mile

Royal Oak

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5484600

$100 OVER DEALER * COST
ON ALL 79's!

LIVONIA JEWISH
CONGREGATION SIS-
TERHOOD will have a

bagel brunch and Chinese
auction 11 a.m. Sunday in
the synagogue. Families
and friends are invited. For
advance reservations or in-
formation, call Rita
Loomer, 477-3291.
* * *

KINNERET CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will

hold a luncheon and games
party noon Monday' in the
Lincoln Towers Apts. club
room, announces the
president, Lily Roubeck.
Sponsors for tine luncheon
are Ruth Adelman, Sophie
Tatelman, Tillie Wine,
Saide Lerman, Rebecca
Warren, Esther Nusbaum,
Pearl Cheifetz, Frances
Driker, Lily Roubeck, Be-
rtha Glazer and Goldie
Fleisher. Proceeds will
benefit the child rescue
fund. Sarah Weinberg and
Rebecca Warren will super-
vise the "white elephant"
table. There is a charge.
Members are requested to
bring pledges.
* * *

ALPHA ZETA OMEGA

SHARONA CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will

* DEALER PREP & HANDLING
DEALER INVOICE SHOWN ON REQUEST

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noon Nov. 6 in the temple.
Luncheon will be served.
Psychiatrist Dr. Bruce
Danto will speak on "To-
day's Teenager — To Live or
Not to Live." There is a
charge, and guests are in-
vited. For reservations, call
the temple, UN 3-7769.
* * *

nick will speak on "Do You
Know What You Are Eat-
ing?", Refreshments will be
served. Program Chairman
Irma Glaser invites the pub-
lic at no charge.
* * *

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Pharmaceutical Fraternity
Auxiliary will hold its an-
hold a board meeting 8 p.m. nual paid-up membership
Thursday in the home of luncheon 12:30 p.m. Satur-
Sarah Mervis, 17120 Mary- day at Shakespeare's Inn.
For reservations and infor-
land; Southfield.
* * *
mation, call Marilyn
SHALOM - CHAI Katzman, 968-0899, or
Pioneer Natalie Molonon, 968-8438.
CHAPTER,
* * *
Women, will meet 12:30
BUSINESS AND PRO-
p.m. Wednesday at the
Northgate Apts. club house. FESSIONAL GROUP,
The luncheon will honor Hadassah, will meet 2 p.m.
Clara Kleiman, Eva Sunday in the Northgate
Hoffman and Lillian Lublin Apts. club house. President
"on their each adopting a Rose Buchhalter will report
child in Israel and for their on the Hadassah national
dedication to the chapter convention in Israel. Naomi
and Israel." Guests and Floch is chairman of the
day. A social hour will fol-
friends are invited.
* * *
low, and guests are invited.
BETH ACHIM SIS- Resfreshments will be
TERHOOD will hear served.
* * *
Janice Rolnick, food aware-
FARMINGTON AND
ness consultant, at its gen-
eral meeting 8 p.m. Monday HEIGHTS GROUPS,
in the synagogue. Ms. Rol- Hadassah, will hold a town
meeting featuring repre-
sentatives of the manage-
REMEMBER
ment and broadcast staff of
THE BLUE BOX
WDIV-TV, Channel 4, noon
AND EVERYTHING IT
Tuesday
in the Sutton Place
STANDS FOR ON EVERY
Apts. club house. National
IMPORTANT OCCASION
board member Betty
557-6644)
Bienstock will report on the
national convention.
* *
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SALE!

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Everything else in the store

11 Mile
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NEEDLEPOINT & YARN
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AUCTION!

OUTSTANDING ANTIQUES & OBJECTS D'ART

Saturday,_ Oct. 28, 12 noon
Sunday, Oct. 29, 12 noon
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357 N. Woodward, Bloomfield Hills

OVER 800 Exceptional items • 55 pcs. ivory 86 pcs. cloisonne • 104 antique silver
collectibles, Gorgeous Rare Antique Oriental porcelains including huge 24" Temple
Vases • 6 ft. inlaid screen • 30 antique stained glass windows • large jade collection •
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noon Monday in the temple.
Soprano Helen Rowin and
pianist Claire Brown will
present a musical program
entitled, "King David's
American Sons: The Music
Makers of Broadway."
Luncheon will be served,
and there is a charge. A
babysitter will be available
on request. For reserva-
tions, call Flo Bloch, 559-
6563; Noreen Stone, 851-
1794; or Shirley Hirsch,
-.352-0723.

* * *
PURITY CHAPTER,

Order of the Eastern Star,
will have an open installa-
tion 7:45 p.m. Nov. 6 at the
Oddfellows Temple,
Berkley. Officers to be in-
stalled are Karen Bell,
worthy matron; Alexander
Weiner, worthy patron;
Alice Essayan, associate

(Continued on . Page 37)

,

WE SUPPORT .. .

MAYNARD M.

FELDMAN

FOR

OAKLAND COUNTY COMMISSIONER

ALLAN ROSENBERG
ARTIE FIELDS
SOL LEWIS
LEO NAIDITCH
DR. GERALD
SHERMAN
HENRY SPERBER
DOUGLAS HARRIS
VIVIAN HURITE
KAREN FRACASSI
MERVYN JACOBSON
WILLIAM FENKEL
JOHN GARDNER
RICHARD KEIER

ROBERT THOMASIAN
AL FARBER
JAY ABRAMSON
EMANUEL FINEBERG
RABBI BENJAMIN H.
GOR RE LICK
CANTOR SIMON
BERMANIS
DR. LOUIS L.
FRIEDLAND
DR. SEYMOUR
GORDON
DAVID ZEFF

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