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December 24, 1971 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-24

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Businesses Praise Work of Retarded

The Detroit Association for Re-
tarded Children urges businessmen
to consider the advantages of con-
tracting through the DARC's work-
shop.
Many local businessmen have
expressed their satisfaction with
the work produced by the DARC,
which operates a habilitation pro-
gram at 51 W. Hancock to provide

For the finest in Musical
Entertainment

ERIC ROSENOW

AND HIS CONTINENTALS

398-3664

J

The Name Bracelet

FOR HANUKA

_Newborns, Mothers, Grandmas,

14 - K1.

personnel, services and facilities,
for evaluation and training - Of
mentally retarded and other handi-
caped adults. The latter are en-
abled to perform useful remunera-
tive work.
The DARC provides such serv-
ices as packaging, labeling and
pasting, sorting, assembly, freight,
collating booklets and promotional
materials, bagging and stuffing,
salvage, light machining and light
manufacturing.
Prompt estimates and quality
control are promised by the
DARC, which advises businesses
and industries of such advan-
tages as no training costs, no
temporary increase in work,
force due to seasonal overloads
and factory space freed for regu-
lar work schedule.
Among the testimonials sent to
the DARC from executives was this
one: "The work was handled on
time and courteously, and I must

Gold, Sterling 8 Gold Filled
From 53.00

TERRI SHAWN 546-4312

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ew

en

ocalion

mark fischer
gallery

Auttrittr

Picture Framing

S eason 3 credit:9S

Open Daily 11-5
INCL. SUN.
Thurs. 'til 9
Closed Mon.

32732 NORTHWESTERN HWY.

Bet. Middlebelt & 14 Mile

851-6166

say that the dependability of your
force of trainees is a compliment

to the entire movement and par-
ticularly to your association."
Another said: "Not only have we
found the charges to be fair and
reasonable to us, it has also meant
in some instances, having products
to sell to my customers that other-
wise would not have been available
as other firms would not accept the
job."
For information, call the DARC,
831-0203.

FREIGHT
Rock Music

For All Occasions

Call Jim 358-0193

REGISTER YOUR OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS AT THE BEAUTIFUL

EMBASSY MOTEL

Ideally Located Y. Mile From Northland
COLOR TV - Heated Pool - Hi-Fi - Restaurant - Water Beds

Attractive Group and Commercial Rates

Airport Transportation Available

14380 W. 8 MILE, OAK PARK

Ben Halpern, co-owner

548-1822

Norman Allan &

Open Sundays 11:30 to 5:00

Dr. Alfred Jospe has been
named national director of the
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations.
Dr. Jospe succeeds Rabbi Ben-
jamin M. Kahn, who was elected
Bnai Brith's executive vice pres-
ident earlier this month. For the
past 22 years, Dr. Jospe has
been Hillel's director of pro-
grams and resources.

I used to enjoy being disturbed )
in my sleep in order to get a
glimpse of it, and not allow it so
senselessly to slip away.
—Montaigne.

HAVING A WEDDING or BAR MITZVA!

*NM

Dr. Jospe Beads
National Hillel

17540 WYOMING • TH. 341-133 •

Starling Nee 11 Open rrenty night
Men.-Frl. 9:30-9,00
sat. . 10:00-9:00 •

NEW ORLEANS MALL

GreentieId and Ten MU

Men's Clubs

Craftsman Lodge of the Masons
has elected Lewis
Snook as wor-
shipful master.
Other officers,
installed with
Snook, at Tem-
ple Emanu - El,
are Sheldon
Schwartz, senior
warden; Norman
Conn, junior war-
den; Harry Roth-
enber g, treas-
noo
urer; Emanuel Bauman, secretary;
Albert Conn, senior deacon; and
Harry Meisner, junior deacon.

NY Group Buys Control
of Israeli Rayon Plant

TEL AVIV (JTA)—A group of
New York investors, headed by
Irwin S. Meltzer, has purchased
the Israeli government's majority
interest in the Rogosin rayon mill
at Ashdod.
The Americans paid $6,600,000
for 78 per cent of the company
stock of which $1,400,000 is in cash
and the balance is to be paid in six
equal installments at 8 per cent
interest.
According to Meltzer, a share-
holder in the Rogosin mill since
its inception and an active mem-
ber of its board of directors, the
plant shortly will begin to manu-
facture nylon products from the
nylon yarn it now produces. He
said almost all of the production
will be for export which he expects
to reach ;i?,000,000 wtin
i h a year.

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Kit(hP:1

3.30.0

• Bob

Fr,if , i, ;

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;Sin

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er, br. ;H:o

Specializing in
Weddings, Bar- Mitzvos, etc.

342:2287

AFTER 6

Unique
Lanip &.Tables

a t
Unique lamp 13 Gift Shop

22120 Codidge at 9 Mile
(Oak Park Shopping Center)

54 5 - 1410

Eye Doctors

Prescriptions Filled
Prescriptions

f5)10.1
PRESCR IPTION OPTICAL CO.

Coolidge 543-3343

MERRY MELODY_NURSERY
AND KINDERGARTEN

24950 Gilmer Rd.
at 10 Mile Rd.

Has a few openings and is
registering NOW for the 21
week Spring Semester from
Jan. 24th to June 16th
have
special
Your child
will
music programs, art, - reading
readiness, trips, plus many other
activities . . all in small
with
[Armand! attention.
groups

MORNING, AFTERNOON AND
ALL DAY CARE 2,, 3- or 5 days
per week.
Coll

MRS. DAVID HOLTZMAN
353 - 7320
for information

Interflora Offers
Booklet Version
of Flower Catalog

Interflora, the worldwide flower
delivery network composed of
37,000 florists in 130 countries, is
offering a booklet version of a
catalog showing typical floral ar-
rangements of 22 major nations.
The full-color booklet shows
flower arrangements from Aus-
tralia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark,
France, Finland, Greece, Ger-
many, Great Britain, Holland,
Hungary, Israel, Italy, New Zea-
land, Norway, Poland, Spain,
South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland,
the United States and_Canada.
Free copies of the booklet can
be obtained by writing Interflora
Catalog, 900 W. Lafayette, Detroit.

BETH YEHUDAH
TRAVELS.

15751 W. 10 1/2 MILE RD.
SOUTHFIELD, MIOH.

5 5 7-6750-862-0963 Eve.

Call us for all your traveling
needs:

1. Domestic—Plane, train, bus
2. Overseas—Plane, ship
where Reservations, every-,
3.
4. Car Rentals, everywhere
5. Chartered buses

HUNDREDS OF GROUP
FLIGHTS TO ISRAEL.

Gonik's Kosher Meat, Fish & Poultry

The Best Meat at The Best Prices
Hamburger (3 lbs. or more) . 69' lb.
Shoulder Steak - $1.29 lb. Tongues
69' lb.

Pullets

40' lb.

RIB STEAKS . . $1.19 lb.'

2554777

Side of Beef {Freezer Packed 68' lb.)

_ .

Free Delivery

20215 W. 7 Mile

Iry Ashin
JEWELER

_ Selected

Jewelry, Diamonds & Watches
Fine Watch & Jewelry Repair

32733 Franklin Rd, Franklin, Mich.

626-8259






PHOTOGRAPHY

SENTRY DRUGS announces
pharmacist J. R. Haines has af-
filiated with the 23001 Coolidge
store. He brings 20 years of pro-
fessional experience.

Tr ■ •r:

‘tr .

'STIEF:ltABEN

Dr. Donald L. Golden, head of
Acrylic Optics Corp. which oper-
ates Detroit Optometric Centers,
was a pioneer-Tin
the development
of the modern
contact and as
Golden discribes
his own approach:
contactless lens.
But the contact-
less lens is not
for everyone.
That is why Dr.
Golden has vig-
Dr. Golden
orously undertak-
en to merchandise the new soft
lens, a new kind of soft contact
lens that eliminates the eye-ir-
ritaing period of adjustment needed
with the regular contacts. It is a
soft contact lens, flexible, com-
fortable. easy to fit and easy to
wear. Despite the fact that busi-
ness chores takes up most of Dr.
Golden's time, he has sponsored
the Donald L. Golden Foundation
scholarships. This is the fourth
annual award of three scholarships
in the Tri-County area. All 12A
students in the public and paro-
chial high schools are eligible to
enter.

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34—Friday, December 24, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Business
Briefs

KOZIN KOSHER

RING-

HAS CHOICE - oArEs AVAILABLE_ FOR

• WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • PARTIES
• BANQUETS • SHOWERS • ALL OCCASIONS

FROM -50 - TO 500

IN THE BEAUTIFUL

THE EASY-TO-SHOP MALL

•i -'

1111r.-.

eel pea

NEW

BETH ABRAHAM-HILLEL SYNAGOGUE

5075 W. Maple Rd.

Between

Inkster & Mickliebelt, W.

626-0242

BlooMfield Township

4.

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