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December 31, 1971 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-31

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Colored Movies
400 ft.—$165 Comp.

Weddings, Sof Mize=
end esker occasions

franies Studio 474-7768

Our NEW Location NOW OPEN -

Fireitone Jewelry

holosale_ly•monals r Je•.lry
Itrousolai•g. Jewelry * Ir•tri

Suite 364 Advance Bldg.
23077 Greenfield at.9 Agile
(313J 557-1860-

Candy Centerpieces
Personalized Party
Mementos
Invitations and Party Ac-
--ewories for all occasions.

For Good Photographs
and Prompt Service
Call Me at

BLAIR STUDIO

Weddings - Bar Manes

We Corn* to Your Morns
With Samples

UN.4-6845

Three executive posts at MEA-
DOWBROOK, INC., Southfield,
were announced by Merton J.
Segal, president of the insurance
agency, which specializes in com-
mercial and residential construc-
tion industries. Thomas J. Bolton,
Thomas A. Dickinson and Patrick
J. Roche were named account
executives.

William R.,
Henry, chairman
of the board and
president of the
National Bank of
Southfield, h a s
announced the
promotion of Rob-
ert M. Atler to
the office of as-
sistant vice pres-
ident and branch
manager. After

Construction of a general office
and distribution center for SEN-
TRY DRUGS in the Metroplex
Industrial, Commercial and Office
Center at Ecorse and Middlebelt
Rds., Romulus, has been an-
nounced by SYD BLUESTONE,
president. The 13,000 square foot
building will be designed by Iry
Lapatin, Southfield.
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complete -line of floral fragrances
ingeniously packaged is now in
stock," said Miss Pearone about
the perfume specially formulated
for her in France and named
simply "Claire Pearone." Wrapped
in a colorful tulip-patterned parch-
ment paper and tied with gold
braid, the colognes are for both
men and women. Bottled in cry-
stal decanters, the men's cologne
can be ordered in distinctive mono-
gramed decanters suitable for re-
filling.

J. J. CLARKE STUDIO

Portraiture of Distinction
For Your Wedding
Formats - Condids - Direct Color

RUSSELL SCHREIBER ASSOCIATES

AGENCY OF THE SHOW WORLD
• Orchestras • Entertainment
• Speakers • Concerts
Downtown Detroit - 962-8000

3223 W. McNichols



Nr. Muirland
Call 341-4141

EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVA?

Cronbrook House Motel

20500 JAMES COUZENS

(8 Mile & Greenfield—Across from Northland)
Coll 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodations
COLOR T.V.'s

COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

Try Our Barber Shop
Dine at the SCOTCH. & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
Airport Limousine &rrice Available

Lawrence R. Pernick, vice presi
dent of Continental Equities, Inc.
a Detroit based broker-dealer spe
cializing in mu-
The Hannah Schloss Old Timers tual funds, was
elected new of-%x
elected to the
Beers for 1972-
board of directors
73. They are
at a recent stock-
Barney Barnett,
holders meeting.
president; B e
Pernick is asso-
Krell Jr. and?
ciated with Con-
Dr. Arthur Gil-'
tinental Under-
bert, vice presi4
writers, Inc., and -
dents; Alfred A.
Barnett"
is a member of
Klunover, treasurer, and Meyer -the Oakland
Waterstone, secretary.
County Board of Pernick
Commissioners. A graduate of
Wayne State University, Pernick
holds the professional designation
Chartered Property and Casualty
Underwriter.

Planning a Bar Mitzva, Bat Mitzva ; Wedding

or Sweet Sixteen? Call Our Banquet Manager

Seating for 400.

Business Brevities

Today is the deadline for filing
Medicare claims for medical serv-
ices received from Oct. 1, 1969,
through Sept. 30, 1970.
Sam F. Test, Social Security
district manager at the Detroit
Northwest Office, said:
"The law sets this deadline for
paying medical insurance claims.
It applies to medical supplies cov-
ered by Medicare as well as serv-
ices."
Claims are filed en "Request
for Medicare Payment" forms
available at most doctors' offices
and at any Social Security office.
"After the form is filled out, it
should be sent to Medicare, Michi-
gan Medical Service, P. 0. Box
2201, Detroit 48231," Test said.
To avoid delay in payment,
Medicare patients should file
claims promptly after they get
their doctor bills, he said.
Medical insurance is the volun-
tary part of Medicare that helps
pay for doctor bills and other
health care services and supplies
for almost everyone over 65. It is
funded by - individual premiums
that are matched by the federal
government. It is administered by
the Social Security Administration
of the U: S. Department of Health,
Education and Welfare.

Sk e llan to ah e me ry Cl ub

at 682-4300.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 31, 1971-31

Old Timers Group
Elects New Officers

MAX SCHRUT

TY 5-8805

Medical Claims
Deadline Today

We Cater ' All Occasions.

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OF
OAK PARK
545-3242
23133 COOLIDGE, NORTH OF 9

FOR PRE-TEENS S JUNIORS •

A new dimension has been added
to the CLAIRE PEARONE spe-
cialty. shop in Somerset Mall. "A

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Sale ... Sale . . .

THURSDAYS 'TIL 9

Classified Ads Get Fast Results!

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Men's Clubs I

WITH THIS A A '

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TEMPLE BETH EL MEN'S
CLUB volunteered for duties at
Providence Hospital over the
Christmas weekend. More than 30
members worked in the hospital's
gift shop, emergency room, infor-
mation desk, admitting office and
on the gift cart so that regular
volunteers could enjoy the holi-
days with their families. Harold
Lawson is president of the men's
club.
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Noon to 5 Fi
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9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.

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121/2 and Southfield only, Southfield Plaza

TEMPLE EMAN•EL BROTHER-
HOOD will highlight its annual

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Chautauqua Night 8:30 p.m. Jan.
13 with the showing of "His Land,"
a musical journey, in color, into
the soul of Israel. - The public is
invited.

BETH ABRAHAM'
HILLEL
MEN'S CLUB will present the
third program in its 10th anniver-
sary breakfast foram series 10
a.m. Jan. 9 in the synagogue. Dr.
Adrian Kantrowitz will speak on
"The Impact of Heart Surgery on
the Community." Dr. Kari Max
Newman will preside, and Rabbi
Israel I. Halpern will participate.
Harry Left, president of the
men's club, and Bernhard Lichten-
stein and Jules Feldmesser, ar-
rangements chairmen, invite the

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