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May 04, 1979 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, May 4, 1979

Women's Clubs

MAGICIAN
A

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vailable For All Occasions

-

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MAGICAL MEL

547-2464

BETH ACHIM SIS-
TERHOOD will meet noon

Monday in the synagogue.

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Yael Pattir, professor of
classical languages at Tel
Aviv University, will speak
on "How the Israeli Woman
Feels on the Threshold of
Peace." Officers will be
elected. Luncheon will be
served, and a reception will
follow. There is a charge for
non-members. The public is
invited.

* * *
DEBORAH AND
MASADA GROUPS,

Hadassah, will hold their
annual- installation of offi-
cers 12:15 p.m. Tuesday in
the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. Mrs. Sid-
ney Winer is installing offi-
cer. Petite luncheon will be
served at a nominal charge.

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Temple, be served. For reservations,
The Madrigal Singers, Oddfellows
under the direction of David Berkley. The women will call Doreen Millman, pro-
gram chairman, 682-5477;
Jorlett and Denise Ogden, hold a fund-raising games
3-7769.
will present a program. party 8 p.m. May 21 at the or the temple, * UN
* *
Officers to be installed are Oddfellows Temple. There
NEGBAH CHAPTER,
Mesdames Stanley Aaron is a charge, and prizes will
and Max Biller, presidents; be awarded. For reserva- ‘ Pioneer Women, will have a
Ben Etkin, Jack Green, tions and information, call social-Meeting noon Wed-
Joseph Fetter, Abraham El- Gertrude Leaderman, 546- nesday in the Lincoln To-
son, Fred Benderoff, Man- 2753; Sara Adler, 557-3870; wers Apts. club room.
Friends and guests are wel-
548-9248.
uel Stoler, Harold Ellias, or Fay Herwitz,
* * *
come. Refreshments will
Carl Lichtenstein, vice
served.
GOLDA
MEIR
CHAP-
presidents; Sidney Ross and
** *
Max Rubin, treasurers; Sol TER, Pioneer Women, will
CLUB ONE, Pioneer
Sonenklar, Bernard Klein, hold a games night 7 p.m.
Leon Dreylinger, Joseph Sunday at the Oak Park Women, will meet noon
Starman, Melvin Weisz and Community Center. Pro- Tuesday in the Lincoln To-
Alma Yaffee, secretaries. ceeds will benefit the child wers Apts. club room. Cur-
For reservations, call Be- Rescue Fund. Prizes will be rent events and future ac-
rtha Bogner, 352-3383, or awarded. Refreshments will tivities will be discussed.
be served, ,and there is a Members are requested to
Susan Brand, 559-6827.
* * *
nominal charge. For infor- bring their JNF Blue Boxes
BATYA CHAPTER, mation, call Chairman Re- for clearance. For informa-
tion, call Chana Michlin,
557-8038.
American Mizrachi gina Weisman,
* * *
968-5351.
Women, will present a pro-
(Continued on Page 37)
SHOSHANIM CHAP-
gram on "Know Your Nutri-
tion," 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in TER, Pioneer Women, will
the home of Erica hold a general membership
Grossbard, 15970 Hilton, meeting 7:30 p.m. Monday
Southfield. Trude Sievert, a in the home of Naomi Heit,
health food consultant, will g78 Coachman Dr., Troy.
Music For All Occasions
speak. For information, call Robert Silver and David
Ronnie Berman, 352-2020. Vinsor will speak on at-
* * *
home hair care. Guests are
OPHERA CHAPTER, welcome. For reservations,
Women's American ORT, call Ms. Heit, 528-9047.
* * *
will present a "Wingspread
Evening" 8 p.m. May 12 in
YOUNG ISRAEL SIS-
the home of Mr. and Mrs. TERHOOD will hold its
Clayton (Rebecca) Jerris, annual Mother-Daughter
5399 High Court Way, West luncheon 12:30 p.m. May 13
Blooinfield. Dr. Ronald at Young Israel of Oak-
Trunsky will be guest Woods. Shirley Behar will
speaker. Refreshments will speak on "Sephardic
be served. Paid reservations Folklore." Chairman for the
should be sent to Barbara afternoon is Mrs. Edward
Kroll, 1722 Long Lake Lemer. For reservations 'by
Shore Dr., Bloomfield Hills, Tuesday, call Young Israel
48013. Guests are invited. of Oak-Woods, 398-1177.
* * *
Proceeds will benefit ORT's
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Wingspread prograin. For
information, call Ms. Kroll, SISTERHOOD will hold
its annual installation noon
858-8978:
***
May 14'in the temple. Lil-
LIVONIA JEWISH lian Golumbia, past
CONGREGATION SIS- president of the sisterhood,
Trade Member
TERHOOD will hold a will be installing officer.
American Society of
eneral meeting 8 p.m. Cantor Harold Orbach will
- Interior Designers
esday in the synagogue. present a program, "Joys of
(A.S.I.D.)
The movie, "What You Are Jerusalem." Luncheon will
Is What You Were When,"
will be shown. Refresh-
If you're - not
ments will be served. For in-
wearing it, sell it.
formation, call Jean Alspec-
tor, president, 476-6699.
You
can't
enjoy
your jewelry if it's sitting in
* * *
your safe deposit box. Sell it for immediate
HELEN ROSENBERG
cash. We purchase fine gems, Diamonds and
CANCER FIGHTERS,
Gold Jewelry.
City of Hope, will hold their
A -service to private owners, banks and
annual Tag Days Sunday,
estates.
Monday -and Tuesday. Pro-
Norman Allan .
ceeds will go for patient
care, expansion programs in
Established
30400 Telegraph Rd.-Suite 134
research and construction
Call
642 5 .
Birmingham, MI. 48010
at the medical center.
_
* * *
AESCULAPIAN Phar-
maceutical Association
Ladies Auxiliary will meet
WHAT NEVER CEASES TO AMAZE
noon Wednesday in the
ME IS THE OUTLANDISH PRICES
MCL Cafteria in the Tel-12
ASKED FOR GOOD NEW
Mall. Plans for the June
FURNITURE!
meeting will be discussed.
THE FURNITURE YOU HAVE AT
** *
HOME IS BETTER FURNITURE THAN
YOU CAN BUY AT TWICE THE PRICE
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
OF UPHOLSTERING.
Women, will meet 11:30
LET ARTISTIC UPHOLSTERERS
a.m. Monday in the North-
REBUILD YOUR FURNITURE WITH
gate Apts. club house. Mrs.
YOUR CHOICE OF FABRICS.
David Young will review
YOU'LL GET THE ONLY 10 YEAR
"The Life and Times of
CONSTRUCTION GUARANTEE IN
Menahem Begin," by Frank
THE INDUSTRY.
Gervasi. Anna Berg will
ARTISTIC
sponsor the brunch. Guests
UPHOLSTERERS INC.
are welcome.
57.55 SCHAEFER RD.
* *

. Carole Sweetwine

• Our certified cold fur
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during the summer
months.
• Professional cleaning
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• Expert repair on the
premises

• Now is the time to restyle
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181' S. Woodward
(1 Blk. South of Maple)
Next Door to the
Birmingham Theatre

642-1690

Free Adjacent Parking

-

Abe Cherow, Says:

PURITY CHAPTER,

Order of the Eastern Star,
will hold a business meeting
7:45 p.m. Monday in the

(1 block North of Ford Rd.)
LU 4-5900
Dearborn
Open Daily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

ABE CHEROW, President
CALL LU 4-5900

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