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November 06, 1970 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, November 6, 1970

Co-Chairmen Plan
the Aesculapians'
Affair for Charity

I. Max 111111main

Business Brevidies

WADDELL AND REED, INC.,
national distributors of the United
Funds group of mutual funds, an-
nounces the appointment of HER-
MAN ROSENBERG, 17000 W. Eight
Mile, Suite 376, Southfield, as its
registered representative in South-
field and adjacent territory. He can
be reached at 353-6300.
• • •
THE VILLAGE COBBLER,
Green-8 Shopping Center, is having
a special sale, this Sunday only, on
its own exclusive Village Cobblers.
This fashion footwear, which regu-
larly sells from $28 to $30, will be
featured Sunday only at $18.90.

• • •

Mrs. Sam
Kaplan

Max Millman and Mrs. Sam Kap-
lan are serving as co-chairmen
of the 44th annual charity dinner-
dance of the Aesculpaian Pharma-
centicall Association and Ladies
Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the Raleigh House. Morris Karbal
will be honored for his service to
the community. Cocktails will be
served at 6:30. For reservations,
call Millman, 3564615.

Named Principal
in King-Lewis
Architects, Inc.

Israel to Spend Million
on Housing for 200,000
Immigrants in 5 Years

JERUSALEM — The Israel Min-
istry of Housing is planning to in-
vest 3,500,000 pounds (51,015,000)
in housing projects over the next
five years, when 200,000 new immi-
grants are expected to arrive.
Sites for the first 5,000 units are
to be ready for construction this
year, with another 5,000 scheduled
for development next year.

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King and Lewis Architects, Inc.,
a Southfield-based firm, announces
the addition of Richard Lewis
Gould as principal and secretary of
the corporation. With a city plan-
ning and architectural background
of more than 11 years, he has been
associated with the Washtenaw
County Planning Commission,
Milan Area Regional Planning
Ccmmission and various architec-
tural firms in the Detroit area. He
has been with the King and Lewis
firm , since 1967. Gould, a native
Detroiter, attended the University
of Michigan and the Horace H.
Rackham School of Graduate
Studies, where he received his
bachelors degree in architecture
and masters degree in city plan-
ning. Over the past few years, King
and Lewis has been responsible
for such area projects as Detroit's
Hotel Pontchartrain, Adas. Shalom
Synagogue and various multistory
office buildings and residential
complexes. President is Harry S.
King.



Primrose Benevolent
to Discuss Donor Event

In preparation for its annual
LIVONIA NATIONAL BANK's donor luncheon, to be held noon
new Six Mile and Newburgh Rd. Nov. 17 at the Raleigh House,
office is nearing completion and Primrose Benevolent Club will
should be ready to open this month,
according to Carleton "Bud" Ger- meet 7:30 p.m. Monday at the
man, vice president. Chester A. Zionist Cultural Center.
Donor hostesses are Estelle
Lipa, who previously served as an
Alter and Mesdames Ann Berg-
assistant branch manager and man, Sam Dean, Charles Alfeld,
manager of the bank's main office,
Helen Feiner, Hyman Nerenberg
will manage the new branch. •
and Abe Verona.
• • •

MILLIE BELL, who has long ex-
perience in the real estate business,

is now associated with Ruth Leieh
Realty and can be reached at her
new office, 399-1133 or 398-0288.
• • •
FELDBRO QUALITY MEATS,
20233 W. Seven Mile, is having a
sale through Nov. 12. Choice qual-
ity beef briskets and rib steaks
are being offered at special prices
with the coupon in the Jewish News
ad. Feldbro specializes in choice
quality and service, personally
supervised by brothers Harold and
Bob Feldman.
• • •
A new organizational structure
for MEADOWBROOK, INC. has
been announced by Merton J. Se-
gal, president and treasurer of the
Detroit-based agency. Segal said
the changes are in accordance with
his taking over personal direction
of long-range planning and devel-
opment liaisons with companies, fi-
nancial institutions and community
projects. Ken •Hale, vice president,
will assume full responsibility for
all Michigan sales, underwriting,
production and servicing. Hale
has appointed Howard Sadow op-
erations manager and Lynn In-
gram service manager.
• • •
SIDLOW AGENCIES, in the in-
surance business for 25 years, has
expanded its offices to larger quar-
ters at 15660 W. 10 Mile, Southfield,
352-4020. On the staff are Ben Sid-
low, Hubert Sidlow, Theodore
"Ted" Isaacs, Alexander Sarko,
Earl J. Samuels, Marvin Shogan
and Jerome Solomon.

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LETTER BOX

Something Must Be Done
About Violence in City'

Editor, The Jewish News:
My daughter and I were walking
at 12:30 p.m. when three youths,
about 17, jumped on her, knocking
her to the sidewalk and with the
vilest obscene language began
beating her.
I screamed for help but not one
person came running to our assist-
ance.
What is being done about such
dastardly occurrences in our city?
For God's sakes, something
should be done before to many in-
nocent people pay with their lives.
A DISTRAUGHT MOTHER

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Yiddish in Lighter Vein

Editor, The Jewish News:
When our children were very
young and we traveled with them
they were told to "ZOG NIIT" in
Yiddish, meaning SAY NOT if
they saw unusual people. They
had marvelous humor and labeled
it "DOG MEAT" in their transla-
tion.
It meant say not what you think
out loud about people or situations
at the time.
They grew up to be fine adults.
MRS. ELSIE BROWN
2504 Normandy Dr. S.E.
Apt. - 214B
Grand Rapids

Vibrantly demonstrating the
three distinct musical instrument
groupings indigenous to the Philip-
pines, will be the BAYANIEIAN
PHILIPPINE DANCE COMPANY
of 27 dancers and 12 musicians at
the Masonic Auditorium Nov. 20.
Exemplifying the first grouping,
and the country's Spanish heritage,
is the rondalla, a string band of
plucked' instruments, including the
banduria, laud, octavina, guita
and bajo.

All Grades
626-4766 or 837-1282

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