THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS '
18—Friday, October 16, 1970
Sharon Braver to Wed
Mr.Lederman in March
JUST ARRIVED! NEW IMPORTS FROM ISRAEL
TO MEET YOUR LIVING & STORAGE NEEDS
MISS SHARON BRAVER
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Braver of
Sherfield Rd., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Sharon Gail to Myron Lederman,
son of Mrs. Victoria Lederman of
E. 14 Mile Rd., Sterling Heights.
Miss Braver is a senior at Mich-
igan State University. Her fiance
attends Wayne State University.
The couple plans to marry in
Richard Barry Wells
Living in New Jersey
(Lett) Dropleaf desk with plastic writing
surface. Adjustable shelves. 3 bottom drawers.
301V, 76- H, 15"D. SALE 189.95
(Right) Niche for dictionary, etc. 2 adjustable
bookshelves. Bottom cabinet has adjustable
shelf. 30"W, 76"H, 151). SALE 189.95
(Left) Holds IV, stereo, speakers, records, etc.
Bottom cabinet has adjustable shelf. 30 -1V,
(Right) Plastic-surfaced dropleaf bar, shelf
for glassware. Glass-fronted top display
cabinet. Upper cabinet has two adjustable
shelves. Bottom cabinet has adjustable
shelf. 30"W, 76"H, 15"D. SALE 189.95
These handsome, spacious wall units are real
room-stretchers. Adding loads of display, serv-
ice and storage area, they fit perfectly any-
where, can be moved around to suit your
decorative whims. They're expertly crafted,
walnut or white in a sleek, hand-rubbed
finish. Choose whatever combination best
solves your own individual requirements.
They're unbelievably efficient, and for their
fine quality, exceptionally economical.
MRS. RICHARD WEIL
Following a honeymoon in Eu-
rope, the newlywed Richard Barry
Wells are making their home in
Newark. Parents of the couple,
married at Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weltman
of Pearson St., Oak Park, and Mr.
and Mrs. David Weil of Fair Lawn,
N. J. The bride is the former
Carol Jane Weltman.
(Left) Ample wardrobe storage with
retractable rod, room for shoes in bottom.
Shelf holds hatboxes, etc. 30"W, 76"H, 15"0.
irw, 76"H, 1211. 2 for 'SALE 109.95
Also available 30"W, 761i, 1211. @ SALE 129.95
Anti-Israel Campus Rally
Yields. Cash for—Israel
COLLEGE PARK, Md.—A cam-
pus rally at the University of
Maryland, called to protest against
any American military interven-
tion during the brief and bloody
civil war in Jordan, turned into a
victory for the United Jewish Ap-
The anti-Israel demonstration,
sponsored by Democratic Radicals
at the University of Maryland
(DRUM), turned into a fiasco
when some 75 Jewish students or-
ganized by the school's Hillel
Foundation showed up with Israeli
flags and boxes for UJA contri-
• The rally sponsors had aban-
doned the topic and shifted to the
now-familiar theme of "Israel
imperialism, third-world unity
and Arab socialism."
The Hillel group, moving among
the crowd, argued down the rhe-
toric of the speakers, called for
U.S. military aid to Israel and
asked — and got — dollar bills
and coins for UJA.
"We,,are strong enough to with-
stand the pressure of our enemies,
but we are not strong enough to
give up our allies."—Israel De-
fense Minister Moshe Hagan.
Space tor stereo, bric-a-brac, beaks, etc.
Drepleal desk sr bar. Cabinet with adjustable
shelf. 3 storage drawers. 60111, 7011,
Aft. available 411"W.
Plastic tap retractable table measures
28" a 46". Shelves for china, etc.
30"W, 7611, 15"D. SALE 229 .95
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