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September 21, 1973 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36—Friday, Sept. 21, 1973

Foreign Service Exams Scheduled

Competitive selection of
new Foreign Service officers
for appointment to both the
Department of State and the
U.S. Information Agency
(USIA) will begin with a
written entrance examination
Dec. 8 in 240 cities across
the country and at Foreign
Service posts abroad.
Candidates for the exami-
nation must apply no later
than Oct. 31, and applica-
tons may be obtained by
writing to the Board of Ex-
aminers for the Foreign
Service, Room 7113, Depart-
ment of State, SA-15, Wash-
ington, D.C. 20520.

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The Foreign Service, the
professional team responsible
for maintaining U.S. relations
with more than 115 govern- :'skA
ments around the world, re-
cruits new junior officers
once a year.
Examinations will be held
on a number of university
campus, including Wayne
State, University of Michigan,
Michigan State, Eastern
Michigan, Western Michigan
and Michigan Technological
University.

Singles to Swing

Caricatures

Swinging Singles, 25 and
up will host a cocktail party
up, wil host a cocktail party
8 p.m. Oct. 7 at the Glen
Oaks Country Club. For in-
formation, call Henrietta
Lewis, LI 6-0903.

for your party

Cocktails for Singles

SAM Bile])

Call

399-1320

Two Plus Two will hold a
cocktail dance party for
singles 9 p.m. today at Al-
varo's Restaurant. The Ultra
Sonics will provide music for
dancing. For information call
Helen Rubin, 557-6538. There
is an admission charge.

There is no more indepen-
dence in politics than there
is in jail.—Will Rogers.

Happy New Year to Our Customers & Friends

Member Detroit Retail
Kosher Meat Dealers Assn.

U.S. Savings Bond
10 1 3,, .1I rs. Lamidif Holdings Exceed
. . $60 Billion Mark

1 hss /roic 1/oses

Shop Early
For the Holidays
For Best Selection
FREE DELIVERY

Northgate Kosher Meats

and Poultry

Jack Miller

Sam Kozik

548-4887

25254 Greenfield

TOM NEWBY'S Reid's Florist
TAKE HOME FLOWERS ON FRIDAY

.

Come In For Ow "Shabbas Specials"

The Town's talkin' about our Bar Mitzvas,
Weddings, Showers and Parties . . .

I I

VA /4

ima9inalion
``Jloweri
356-3921
29245 Southfield at 12 Mile

Total nationwide holdings of
U. S. Savings Bonds and
Freedom Shares rose to the
•.';
record-high level of more
than $60 billion in July —
representing almost 23 per
cent of the publicly held por-
tion of the national debt. At
the same time, holdings
throughout the state were es-
timated to be 6.21 per cent
of the $60 billion, or $3.7
billion approximately.
Savings Bonds Chairman
for the state, Willi a m V.
Luneburg, president of Amer-
ican Motors Corp., praised
MISS IRENE MOSES
achievement as "great news
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Moses Cor the Bond Program and
of Sussex Ave., Oak Park, for our people all over Mich-
announce the engagement of i7an. They know that, \Olen
their daughter Irene Deanna "key buy and hold onto their
to Arthur H. Landau, son of Savings Bords, they are
Mr. and Mrs. .Irwin Landau building a wealth of lasting
of Greenfield Rd., Southfield. security for themselves. So
A December wedding is hey buy through Payroll
planned.
Se..ving, or at the bank, and
•.'patch their nest eggs grow."
Announcing this all-time
liigh mark in Bond-Program
:neces, Acting National Di-
7reter Jesse L. Adams ack-
nowledr.,:ed the vital role of
Jack A. Robinson, president tbe volunteer, "congratulating
of PERRY DRUG STORES, sate Chairman Luneburg for
INC., announced that, with his role in reaching the new
the opening of three new ,,fin total in Bond sales.
stores, the chain has grown
to 21. Five additional loca-
tions are planned.

BOAC Angers Eban With Personal Search

LONDON (Z1NS)—Israel's
foreign minister, Abba Eban,
suffer e d a "humiliating"
search of his person at the
hands of BOAC airline agents
on his last flight from London
to New York. Mrs. Eban was
also subjected to the same
examination.
As the Ebans were about
to board their BOAC flight,
the Israeli security force, as
is the custom, surrendered
their revolvers to the British
authorities, who placed the
weapons in charge of the air-
iiner's captain, to be returned

to the Eban bodyguards when
the plane landed in New
York. Over their protests,
the Ebans were searched.
The foreign minister was out-
raged and declared he will
never again fly on a British
;airliner.

MAGICIAN

Available For All Occasions
20. years experience

MAGICAL MEL

547 2464

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-

We will not be taking

Orders for the Holidays
this year.

But for your convenience we will remain open
Mon., Sept. 24 & Tues., Sept. 25 till 1 a.m.
Wed. till 4 p.m.

We Will Be Baking Around the Clock

Will re-open Sat., Sept. 29th

Business
Briefs

Thank You and have a
Happy, Healthy & Prosperous
NEW- YEAR

JEWEL BAKERY

Harvard Row Mall (11 Mile & Lahser)



Orchard Mall
Slates Contest

"Miss Sidewalk Stia erin-
t
tendent," a joint pro 4P6 ion
of the first 11 merchants who
opened at the Orchard Mall,
will feature gift certificates
for customers visiting the
mall through Saturday.
Located at Maple and Or-
chard Lake Rds. in West
Bloomfield, the mall will also
feature a "sidewalk superin-
tendent" grand prize. To en-
ter, newspaper coupons may
be deposited in the mall bar-
rel. On Sept. 28, Orchard
Mall's queen for a day will
he chosen.
The mall has 160,000 square
feet of shopping space with
a recently acquired addition
of land to increase the shop-
ping area 50,000 square feet
in the future.
Developed by Harold Pro-
visor, Steve Orosz and
George Weingarden, the mall
is the first enclosed operation
for the developers. Other en-
closed malls are planned, in-
cluding another in Oakland
County.

DAIRY MEAL
TREAT!

bravo!

bravo!

bravissimo!

Italian-style!

CHEF BOY-AR-DEE ®



inarriageS

Is ON THE WAY...
with our newly arrived fashions
• SLACKS •BLOUSES
BLAZERS •COATS
• SHORT & LONG DRESSES
• PANT SUITS •BAGS
• SWEATERS

SIZES 12-20
and 12 1/2-24 1/2

Come see... Come try
...Come Buy

Boiy e

green s

etter-k_kalf 7ashions

M ICHIGAN

Mon.-Sat. 10:30 -4:30

3055 W.12 Mile Road

(1 block west of Berkley Show)

Berkley, Michigan

398-1331

DUCHAN-SEBB.NN: . Rachel
Sebban and Aaron L. Duchan
were married recently in
Paris. The bride is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Sebban of Paris. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Duchan of Mor-
itz Ave., Oak Park.

5,000 Israeli Girls
May Be Arab Wives

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Israeli
Journalists, who visited some
Arab villages, report that
over the last 15 years, some
5.000 Israeli girls have mar-
vh d Arabs or Druze. Govern-
ment spokesmen challenged
the figure as grossly exag-
!?- eratcd and claim that there
were only 1,000 such mar-
riages. It was also stated that
for the same period of time,
there were also approximate-
ly 1,000 Arab brides taken
hy Jewish grooms.

BITE SIZE MACARONI PIES FILLED WITH CHEESE

THE MARVELOUS

MEATLESS
MEAL

THAT'S READY TO

HEAT 'N' EAT!

For your family, your guests ... for your
very next dairy lunch or supper ...famed
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee has captured a real
Italian flavor in this new Cheese Ravioli
feast! Just heat... and here's what you
serve! Italian-tasting tender little macaroni
pies filled with tangy cheese ... lavished
with savory tomato sauce, simmered with
mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned to
perfection in the real Italian way.

What a treat to serve...tastier and
easier than the frozen kind. And so much
thriftier, too. Costs only about 18t' a serv-
ing. Each can serves two. Buy several cans

today.

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