36 Friday, May 23, 1980
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Anyone who has ever had a tint,
cut, perm, styling or braiding
BY THIS MAN
OAK PARK NSHEI
GROUP (Nine Mile area)
will meet 4 p.m. Saturday in
the home of Mrs. Sholom
Ber Stock, 23477 Parklawn.
Rabbi Ber Stock will speak.
The 10 Mile area group will
Ask for Paul — and get a
REWARD OF 10% off
on any service
P.S. If Paul hasn't done your hair yet, get a 10%
discount on fir-st appointment.
1077 S. Worth, Birmingham
offer good for one appointment
Birmingham Salon only
Heat dries out the natural oils of Furs. It can dull
down that luster you prize so highly. Any Fur can
lose its looks in sticky humid weather. So bring
them to us for a chilly, delightful summer. We can
even give them A Spruce Up Beauty Treatment
— before they return happily home in the fall.
Designers of Fine Furs
Cleaning - Glazing - Restyling
Harvard Row Mall
21742 W. 11 Mile Rd., Southfield
Hadassah, will meet 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the
Whitehall Apts. club house.
Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser, past
chapter president, will in-
stall: Bertie Grey,
president; Anna Slomovitz,
Mildred Sand, Esther Levitt
and Pearl Flayer, vice
presidents; Betty Cooper,
treasurer; Florence Eisen-
berg, Bertha Sloan and Ceil
Jonas, secretaries. The pro-
gram will feature Lillian
Zellman, pianist, and Sadie
Braver, violinist. Admis-
sion is free, and refresh-
ments will be served.
meet noon Wednesday in
the Northgate Apts. club
house. Plans will be com-
pleted for the 49th annual
dinner-dance to be held 6:30
p.m. June 8 at the Furniture
Club. For reservations to
the dinner-dance, call Ceil
Mager, 557-5466. Refresh-
ments will be served at the
meeting by social chairmen
Ruth Alter and Estelle Al-
* * *
Hadassah, will hold its in-
stallation dinner 6:30 p.m.
Thursday at Cong.Beth
Achim. Chapter President
Annette Meskin will be the
installing officer. A fashion
show of spring and summer
clothing will be 'presented.
For reservations, call Mar-
ion Scheiman, 626-4568.
* * *
TER, Women's American
ORT, will hold its 18th an-
* * *
nual installation dinner
GOLDA MEIR CHAP- 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
TER, Pioneer Women, will Southfield Holiday Inn.
hold a business meeting Officers to be installed are:
noon Thursday at the Phyllis Dubrinsky and
Northgate Apts. club house. Judie Weinstein, co-
There will be a discussion presidents; Elaine Berman,
on nomination and installa- Elaine Heavenrich, Marcia
tion of officers and fund Leibson, Marsha Israel, Vi-
raising. Guests and pro- vian Karlinsky and Rose
spective members are in- Ann Rosenthal, vice
vited. Refreshments will be presidents; Gloria Bell,
Judy Keller and Sheri
* * *
ACHIEZER will hold its Linda Katzen, treasurer;
annual bazaar 8:30 p.m. and Elaine Lavetter, par-
Wednesday in the home of liamentarian. Installing
Marilyn Loketch, 17376 officer will be Lillian Beal.
Shervilla, Southfield. Co- For information, call Ms.
hostesses are: Mary Beres, Karlinsky, installation
Debby Blitz, Sandi Blumen- chairman, 355-3128.
* * *
feld, Judy Freedman, Raizy
Nusbaum and Faygi
Singerman. Guests are wel- TER, Pioneer Women, will
come. Proceeds will benefit meet 8 p.m. Thursday in the
the Achiezer Children's home of Rida Deitch, 14510
Talbot, Oak Park. Aviva
Home in Israel.
* * *
Sandler of the Jewish Fam-
MASADA GROUP, ily Service will speak on
Hadassah, will hold its an- "Aging Parents, Adult
nual installation of officers Child at Home and Retiring
noon Tuesday at the Knob- Husbands." Guests are wel-
in-the-Woods Apts. club come.
* * *
house. Petite luncheon will
be served at a nominal
charge. Cantor Chaim CARIH, will hold an open
Najman of Cong. Shaarey meeting noon Wednesday in
Zedek will present a musi- the Sutton Place Apts. club
cal program, accompanied house. Louis Weinstein will
by Carol Lasser. Nita R. give an illustrated pre-
Lichenstein is vice sentation on China. Lunch-
president of program. Mrs. eon will be served at a nom-
Charles Snider will be in- inal charge. For reserva-
stalling officer. For reserva- tions, call Mildred Blau,
tions, call Bertha Bogner, 557-0623. Friends are wel-
352-3383; Belle Rud-in, come.
* * *
356-1504; or Sylvia Star-
man, 358-3548. Betty Ellias
will be installed as TER, Women's American
ORT, will hold a used book
* * *
sale June 19-21 at the
YOUNG WOMEN OF Livonia Mall. Persons who
JEWISH NATIONAL have books to be picked up
FUND will hold their in- should call Barbara Hecker,
stallation luncheon noon 547-7706. * * *
Wednesday in the home of
Joan Shapiro, 4319 Stoney
River Dr., Birmingham. American Mizrachi
Carmi Solomovitz will be Women, will meet noon
the guest speaker. Members Thursday in the home.of
are requested to bring Blue Beverly Mitchell, 26091
Boxes for clearance. For in- Dundee, Huntington
formation or reservations, Woods. Petite luncheon will
be served. The women will
call Ms. Shapiro, 626-8362;
Faye Menczer, 557-5398; or take a tour of the "Art
Space" art studio. Elaine
Sabbota is chairman of the
day. Ruth Levi is program
NEVOLENT CLUB will chairman. For information
or reservations, call Ms.
Sabbota, 968-0102; Ms.
Levi, 544-4592; or Ms.
Mitchell, 541-7218. Admis-
sion is gained by paying a
nominal charge and by
bringing a filled dime bank.
TION will have its final
pre-donor meeting 10:30
a.m. Tuesday at the Maple
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Wyn & Harold Landis,
The Jewish News has
early deadlines of noon
today for local news and
4 p.m. today for display
advertising to appear in
the issue of next Friday,
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