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May 02, 1975 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-02

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40 Friday; May 2, )975

THEiDETRQII JEWISHAEWS

Mother's Day Sale

Business Briefs

thru May 11th at

ALAN

vf-

tik tiring decor in your hme..

's PLANTS

and POTS

take your pick of exciting
buys . . . enjoy the personal
ser•ice of the. Chupacks,
we'll hold your selection.'

In the Country Village Center
20089 W. 12 Mile at Evergreen
352-2089 . . Open Daily 10-5
Thursday 'til 9, Sunday 12-5

Master Charge or
BankA ntericard

of
Aetna Life and Casualty
will be presented with a life
membership certificate to-
day at the 37th annual
meeting of the Life Insur-

NATHAN

ance Leaders of Michigan

at the Michigan Inn. At-
tending the annual meeting
with Nathan are Earl M.
Friedman of National Life
of Vermont and Edward
Gordon of North American
Life. All are chartered life
underwriters.

MELVIN S. PEARL has
been appointed director of
the beverage division of

CUNNINGHAM DRUG
STORES, INC., it was an-

nounced by Ray A. Shapero,
chairman and president of
the company.

*

* *

Financial Analysts'
Seminar Scheduled-

Two highly respected fi-
nancial analysts, Dr. Mor-
dechai Kreinin of Michigan
State University and Dr.
Edward D. Zinbarg of the
Prudential Insurance Co. of
America, will be among the
speakers at the ninth an-
nual study seminar for fi-
nancial analysts sponsored
by the University of Wind-
sor this month.
A full study program will
be held May 18-24, with a
shorter general refresher
course scheduled for May
19-21.
For a brochure about the
program and costs, write
Dr. Edward Rosenbaum,
Study Seminar for Finan-
cial Analysts, University of
Windsor, Windsor, Ontario
N9B 3P4; or call WO 3-6112
in Detroit, or 253-4232 in
Windsor.

Commonwealth Head Returns
From M.E.; Gains Contacts

Arthur F.F. Snyder, pres-
ident of Bank of the Com-
monwealth, recently re-
turned from a 20-day tour of
the Middle East to cement
bank ties with Arab inves-
tors. His trip resulted in an
arrangement with the Na-
tional Bank of Egypt to han-
dle letters of credit.

Snyder said that Com-
monwealth is making a
$50,000 profit on the deal,
but he wouldn't say which
companies were involved or
how big were the letters of
credit.

.

During his tour, Snyder
said he didn't run into any-
one who wanted to argue

political matters, such as
U.S. support for Israel.

He said that no one
raised any questions about
Commonwealth's two
Jewish directors or the
fact that Snyder hired the
predominantly Jewish law
firm of Honigman, Miller,
Schwartz and Cohn, to
represent the bank.

His tour was set up by as-
sociates of Ghaith Pharaon,
the Saudi Arabian business-
man who has bought con-
trolling interest in the bank.
Snyder's trip was designed
to get to know bank officials
and other financial powers
in Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi
Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait
and Bahrain.

Special Dinner Gathering Set
to Encourage Israeli Tourism

when Jews throughout the
world travel to Israel to be
a part of the land that is a
part of all of us."

For Her A) Stainless steel Dynamic
with matching stainless steel brace-
let. $205. Also available with
strap & date. $175.

For Him B) Stainless steel Dynamic
with matching stainless steel brace-
let. $165. Also available with
strap & date. $125.

What suits the pace more of today's active people than
an Omega Dyn9mic. Self-winding movement. Date-
telling dial. SWeep second hand. Stylish in a fashion
look of stainless steel.

GEORGE OHREINSTEIN

JEWELERS Ltd.

• Certified Horologist • Graduate Gemologist

• Goldsmiths • Precision Watches • Precious Stones

HARVARD ROW SHOPPING CENTER

Lahser & 11 Mile—Ph. 353-3146

Kosher Food Co-Op
Begun in Oak Park

The Oak Park Kosher Co-
op was recently formed to
provide food at reduced
prices by combining the
shopping lists of families
and buying in bulk.
The co-op supplies fresh
produce, eggs and kosher
margarine to its members
once a week and requires
members to work four
hours per month. For mem-
bership information, call
Mrs. Aviva Cohen, 544-2687
(no Sabath calls).

Our Exciting Collection of

FALL FUR FASHIONS

IN NOW
Ready For Your Inspection

Safe—Scientific—Temperature
Controlled—Insured
Deep Pelt Cleaning and Glacing
Repairing and Remodeling

OF HARVARD ROW

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TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Four
Israeli journalist's received
the Tel Aviv Municipality's
Sokolow Awards for out-
standing achievements in
their profession.
The awards were pre-
sented by Mayor Shlomo
Lehat to Sholem Rosenfeld,
editor of Maariv; Yeshayahu
Avrech, an essayist on the
staff of Davar; Marc Geffen,
senior editorial writer of Al
Hamishmar; and Ze'ev
Schiff, military correspond-
ent of Haaretz.
Rosenfeld was cited for,
his 35 years as a journal
and columnist; Avrech W
honored for his writing gen-
erally; and Geffen, .a jour-
nalist for 25 years, for his
series on "The Known and
Unknown of the Yom Kip-
pur War." Schiff received
his award for his Yom Kip-
pur War book, "October
Earthquake," and his series
dealing with Israel's basic
military and security prob-
lems.

HARVARD
ROW MALL

Avriel said the primary
purpose of the meeting is to
encourage tourism by en-
couraging community lead-
ers to lead tours and speak
to their friends about Israel.

Center Nursery
Still Has Openings

Registration for the fall
semester of the Jewish
Community Center Nursery
School will be open to Cen-
ter members through May
19. Non-members may reg-
ister after May 19.
Physical, social, emo-
tional and creative develop-
ment as well as Jewish heri-
tage and Hebrew are
emphasized. Youngsters
may be enrolled in two,
three or five half-day ses-
sions, and transportation is
available. For information,
call the Center, 341-4200.

Israeli Journalists
Receive Awards

24 Stores & Services

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Just in Time for Mother's Day!

S.O.S.

EHUD AVRIEL

(Saturday & Sunday Only)
May 3rd and 4th

El Al Israel Airlines and
the Israel Government
Tourist Office are co-spon-
soring a special dinner-
gathering for Detroit Jew-
ish Leaders and travel
agents May 12 to encourage
tourism to Israel.
Guest speaker will be
Ehud Avriel, Israeli Consul
general for the Midwest,
who was one of the featured
speakers at the Jewish Com-
munity Center's Israel Inde-
pendence Week celebrations
earlier this month.

20%
OFF

on all our

HOSTESS
ROBES

According to Benjamin
Hershkovitz, director of El
Al's Detroit office, tourism
is a major pillar of Israel's
economy, but it also
"means more to the Israe-
lis than you can imagine

Give Mother a glamorous
hostess robe from our
great collection — all re-
duced 20% — these two
days only! Due to the tre-
mendous response to our
Sunday Only Specials,
we're adding Saturday this
weekend! Sorry, no laya-
ways or previous sales in-
cluded.

Jews in Sweden
Plan Bicentenary

STOCKHOLM (JTA) —
The Jewish community in
Sweden's capital is prepar-
ing to celebrate its bicenten-
ary Sunday.

On this date in 1775, King
Gustav III gave Aaron Isaac
permission to settle in
Stockholm and granted his
petition to hold religious
services. There are some
13,000 Jews in Stockholm
today, and another 2,000 or
so in the other parts of
Sweden.
Among the activities
planned in celebration of
the anniversary will be a
special service at the Great
Synagogue, exhibitions in
the Royal Library and city
museum, a congress of
Scandinavian Jewry and
special radio and TV pro-
grams.

Open Thurs.
Fri. Sat. til 9

SUNDAY
12 to 5

Master Charge • BankAmericard

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