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April 04, 1975 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-04

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34 friday, April 4, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

APRIL SPECIAL

FREE INSTALLATION

WINDOW BRITE

Presents

"THE CONTEMPORARY LOOK"

Levelors, verticals, Roman Shades
and Custom Shades

Call Ilene now for home appt.

20°/o OFF

968-0701

People Make News

OAK PARK KIWANIS
CLUB installed Merton

Colburn as president at a re-
cent dinner. Other officers
include Gordon Pitcher,
immediate past president;
Jack Stein and Louis Feld-
man, vice presidents; Morris
Arnowitz, secretary; and Eli
Richter and Marvin Schare,
treasurers. Newly elected
directors include - Bernard
Pepper, Henry Politzer, Jef-
fery Schreiber, -Morton
Zumberg, Irving Barit,
Frank Davis and Reuben
.Sonne.

* *

MR. AND MRS. PETER
WEISBERG of Southfield

•• • •

DR. ARNOLD R. AX-
ELROD has been' elected

chairman of the medical
advisory committee of the
Children's Leukemia Foun-
dation. Dr. Axelrod, re-
cently -named chairman of
the Department of Medicine
at Sinai Hospital, holds the
same position at Harper
Hospital and is a professor
in the Wayne Stale Univer-
sity School of Medicine. He
also is a member of the
medical advisory committee
and the policy council of the
Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion.

•*

*

*

STANLEY J. WINKEL-
MAN, president of WIN-
KELMAN STORES,
INC., is one of five persons

were awarded a plaque at
ceremonies in Miami Beach
and Hollywood, Fla., by the
Jewish Theological Semi-
being recognized during the
nary of America upon the
third annual. Builders of
completion of the Peter and
Detroit Dinner, 6 p.m. April
Clara Weisberg Scholar-
16 at Cobo Hall.
ship. Weisherg, founder of .
For reservations, by April
Chatham Super Markets,
14, contact the Builders of
and his wife, established the
Detroit, Wayne State Uni-
scholarship at the semi-
versity, 495 W. Ferry, De-
nary's rabbinical school.
troit, Mich. 48202.

20%

Federation Women
to Alter- Constitution

off the reg.
ticket price

Regular and pant
coat lengths in all
weather fabrics of soft
poplins, cotton and
polyester, canvas,
man-made leather
looks and others.

Regular
$29.95 to $90
All Less 20%

SIZES 5 to 16

I

"CONFIDENTIALLY SPEAKING"

Why go anywhere else?
.

1.1 11

Has it Ail

The by-laws committee of
the Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
will propoSe the following
recommendations - as
amendments to the divi-
sion's constitution and By-
laws to the membership at
the division annual meeting
May 21.
The recommendations,
published before the meet-
irig . as stipulated in the con-
stitution, allow for the in-
clusion of all former
presidents of the Women's
Division on the board of di-
rectors, increase the num-
ber of regularly-elected di-
rectors by two, and include
the immediate past division
president on the executive
committee.
Shirley Harris is presi-
dent of the Women's Divi-
sion.

OVER-WEIGHT

11

GIRLS and BOYS
7 TO 17

IF YOU WANT TO LOSE 5 OR 50 LBS.

CAMP - SHANE

Open Sunday 12-4 • Daily til 5 • Sat. til 6

Coolidge at 9 Mile/Oak Park

Box 6, FERNDALE, N.Y. 12734

914-292-4644
WOMEN 18 AND OVER

Mini Diet Program Aug. 21 to Sept. 41
Brochure M

Margolis Householdfurniture

29 YEARS

O

at the Same

LD STAND 6 Mile, 1 131k. W. of Schaefer

SHARPENING the PENCIL

ARNOLD MARGOLIS

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342-5351
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Mon., Thurs., Fri. til 8:30
Tues., Wed., Sat. til 5:30

Hillel to Present
Aleichem Portrayal

Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion at Wayne-State Univer-
-sity will present Murray
Horwitz as Sholem Alei-
chem, "the Yiddish Mark
Twain," 9 p.m. April 12 at
Cong. Bnai David. The show
will kick off Hillel's Israel
Week.

Proceeds will go to the
Israel Emergency Fund and
the Hillel Foundation at
Wayne State. Tickets are
available at local syn-
agogues, Bnai Brith chap-
ters or lodges, and the
Wayne State Hillel Founda-
tion. For information, call
Hillel, 577-3459.

MAGICIAN

Available For All Occasions

23

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estimates.

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let professionals
handle your
household sales
and appraisals.

years experience

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HOME AND ESTATE
LIQUIDATORS
559-2068

Music by

Sam Barnett

WASHINGTON — Bnai
Brith Women was the only
Jewish organization to be
selected as one of eight
charter members of the
National Bicentennial Serv-
ice Alliance, "in recognition
of its outstanding programs
to further the commemora-
tion of the nation's Bicen-
tennial." .
These programs include
Memory Bank, an oral his-
tory of older members of the
Jewish community; co-spon-
sorship of the film strip
"Jews in America;" and
"Dolls for Democracy," a
project presenting the life
.stories of the great humani-
tarians of our time. In addi-
tion, BBW has been a mem-
her of the American
Revolution Bicentennial
Administration Women's
Coalition for more than two
years.

BB Prints Booklet
on Fashion Career

WAS HIN GTO N—"Ca -
reers in the Apparel Indus-
. try," is the latest in the se-
ries of career-guide
pamphlets published by
Bnai Brith Career and
Counseling Services.

The 24-page pamphlet
describes the specialists in-
volved in producing a gar-
ment — from designers,
pattern makers an`ci needle
workers to plant engineers,
managers and buyers.
"Careers in the Apparel
Industry," is available at
$1.50 per copy by writing
Bnai Brith Career and
Counseling Services, 1640
Rhode Island Ave., N.W.,
Washington, D. C. 20036.

.

Big or small, we custom the
music to your needs.

Bnai Brith

Bicentennial Body
Names BB Women

Adele

968-2563

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Same personal service for over 15 years.

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• without messy soaking • without harsh scrubbing

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DURACLEAN HOME SERVICE

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NOW TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BETTER

20233 W. 7 MILE and
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SUPER SPECIAL

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69c lb.

CENTER CUT
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8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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