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April 19, 1974 - Image 37

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-19

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WANT TO SELL YOUR HOME?

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MATCHMAKER
BROKER

CALL 559-8333

AETNA REALTY CO.

24469 Greenfield Rd.

Southfield

Camaraderie Event

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Camaraderie Singles will
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Balmoral Apts. club
house. There will be dancing,
and refreshments will be
served.
For information, call Ber-
tha Sonshine, 968-7635, or
Sylvia Cooperman, 273-7727.
There is a nominal charge.

Youth Awards to Be Presented

Let The Professionals Perform

, DIC,K srn S TEIN

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Inc.

ick Stein
Shelby Lee — Patty Grant
Mori Little — Leonard McDonald Etc.
From one to any number of musicians

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Jack and Les Gorback of Jack Gorback Studio of Pho-
tography, 25211 Telegraph, Southfield, were awarded prizes
for excellence and outstanding merit for the photographs
they submitted at a recent convention of the Michigan Pro-
fessional Photographers Association. The younger Gorback
also was awarded a scholarship to the Winona School of
Professional Photography by the Detroit Professional Pho-
tagraphers Association. His father, Jack, was the first
recipient of the scholarship 16 years ago.

Complete Party Planning on Request

358-2777
"Music The Stein Way"

Business Briefs

Merchandise Arriving Daily

Slacks• Blouses • Blazers
Coats • Sweaters• Bags
• Short and Long Dresses
• Pant Suits

SIZES 12-20,
12 1 /2-241/2

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398-1331 • Mon.-Sat. 10:30-4:30



bobye green s

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better half' fashions

"fashion coordinators for the full-figured

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woman"

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DAVID J. STEINHARDT
of the Diplomat-District of
METROPOLITAN LIFE IN-
SURANCE CO. qualified for
his company's president's
conference for the 10th con-
secutive year, and will attend
the company's business con-
ference in Acapulco in May.
Steinhardt is also a qualifying
and life member of the Mil-
lion Dollar Round Table.
* *
LIFE INSURANCE LEA-
DERS OF MICHIGAN, a
statewide organization affili-
ated with the Michigan State
Association of Life Under-
writers, announces the follow-
ing have qualified for 1974
membership: Howard B.
Camden, Bruce J. Finsilver,
Howard Harold Finsilver, Ed-
ward Gordon (president of
Life Leaders), Gordon R.
Meisner, Alan Nathan, Jesse

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r Revlon

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Reinforcer
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Individual

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Eye Lashes

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We Have Redken - RK - Fermodyl Products

Wholesale Prices to All

.

Hrs.: MON.

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W. Antman, Ronald I. Caden,
Harold M. Freed, Earl M.
Friedman, Joel F. Garfield,
Benjamin R. Garfield, Syd-
ney E. Gartenberg, A. Mich-
ael Levin, Richard H. Levin-
son, Ralph B. Stillwell and
Louis I. Zuckerman.

CIDER MILL VILLAGE-
MINI MALL announces the
grand opening of an antiques
flea market noon today at
the mall in the Miracle Mile
Shopping Center. There will
be displays by 40 dealers.
No charge.

The STANLEY H. KAP-
LAN EDUCATIONAL CEN-
TER announced the 1,000th
local enrollment in its grad-
uate college entrance exam
prep courses when Jack
Kahrnoff, a pre-law student
enrolled in a tutoring course
in preparation for the April
law school admissions test.

AUSTIN E. KANTER has
been elected treasurer of the
General Agents Association
of NATIONAL LIFE INSUR-
ANCE CO. of Vermont, at
the annual meeting in the
Cerromar Beach Hotel, Do-
rado Beach, P.R.
*
OAKLAND COUNTY BAR
ASSOCIATION will present
"Twelve Angry Men" 8 p.m.
May 1 at Our Lady of Mercy
High' School, Farmington
Hills. Proceeds from the
play, which focus-es on the
forceful deliberation of a
jury in a murder trial, will
benefit Camp Oakland. There
is a charge, and the public
is invited.

Socialites Auction
to Benefit Israel

With Coupon Only

With Coupon Only

Dura Lash

Friday, April 19, 1974-37

SAT. 9 5

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Detroit Socialites will hold
its annual auction for the
Israel Emergency Fund 8
p.m. April 21 at Berkley
Masonic Temple. Arthur Kut-
nick will be auctioneer.
The merchandise to be
auctioned off will be new.
Anyone wishing to donate
items may call Shirley
Kaner, 398-2296, or Mollie
Stern, 342-2791. Refreshments
will be served, and guests
are invited.
Socialites will hold a dance
April 27 at Berkley Masonic
Temple. The public is in-
vited.

The League of Jewish
Women's Organizations and
the Congregational Youth
Commission will pay tribute
to Detroit's outstanding Jew-
ish youth 2 p.m. Sunday at
Temple Beth El.
Louis Weckstein, Sonia
Beck, Kurt Schwartz and
Barry Lippitt were judged
to excell in all four areas of
scholastic achievement, Jew-
ish education, leadership,
community service and ex-
tracurricular activities.
Judged to have varying
degrees of proficiency in
those categories are Bryant
Frank, David Jaffee, Sandy
Silver, Cindy Bittker, Nancy
Reinheimer, Howard Cooper,
Kenneth Kroot, Eric Linden,
N a a m i Ragins, Susanna
Freedman, Brenda Good-
man, Kathy Lewis, Rebecca
Borman, Jody Superstein,
D avid Lowenthal, Julie
Stoller, Alina Spiwak, Lila
Faudman, Julie Schubot,
Marshall Robbins, Larry
Benton, Alana Strom, David

Fine, Ilene Wainer and Alan
Matkin.
The public is invited. There
will be a panel discussion on
"Challenge and Change" by
Judge Susan Borman, Mrs.
George Rubin and Dr. Theo-
dore Mandel.
A reception will follow.
Dr. Mandel, Mrs. Abbott
Shlain, Mrs. Rubin, Dr. Al-
fred E. Meyers, Emanuel
Ginzler and Dr. Samuel
Krohn were the judges.

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