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May 23, 1975 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-23

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Vigilance

Business Briefs

Eternal vigilance is the
price of integrity as well as
of liberty.
Beryl D. Cohon

WE MADE IT recently
opened by 24-year-old
Nancy Fischer, is a combi-
nation gallery and artists'
market at 1799 Coolidge,
Berkley. The artists set
their own prices and sell
work on consignment. Art-
ists currently displaying
their works include: Mark
Cohen, jewelry; Julie San-
dler, water colors; Irene
Kronick, hand painted
clothing; Rita Rosen, terrar-
iums; Herman Fried, paper
tole; and Roill Katzman,
wood burning. Gallery
hours are 10:30 a.m.-4:30
p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.

YOU

DON'T
WANT
TO
HAVE
THIS
LOOK
t
Lt AT THIS
TIME!

FOR
MATERNITY CLOTHES
THAT ARE YOU
SEE THE

EXPECTATION SHOP

BIRMINGHAM 141 Maple
PONTIAC MALL
GROSSE PTE. 16930 Kercheval

* * *

MORTON HACK pre-

4Vew Ueiteiktioit

is having an

sented two lectures and par-
ticipated in a workshop
Wednesday at the Orthotic-
Prosthetic Center of the
Northwestern University
Medical School, during the
fourth annual seminar on
Pedorthic Management of
the Foot.

* * *
PHIL BRICKER, long

time Detroit furrier, is
showing the latest fur crea-
tions at CERESNIE AND

OFFERN FURS, INC.,

181 S. Woodward, Birming-
ham.

* * *

ORCHARD MALL

will
present its annual spring
antique show and sale Tues-
day through June 1. Exhibi-
tors will include 35 dealers
from the tri-state area.

Commonwealth
to Develop Ties
with Arab World

Arthur F.F. Snyder, pres-

EVERYTHING MUST GO

SALE!.

50%-75% 'OFF!

ident of Bank of the Corn-
monwealth, told stockhold-
ers this week that he has no
doubt that the bank will do
business with the Arab
world. He said, however, it
will probably be a slow proc-
ess.
Snyder said it is "much
too early" for the Common-
wealth to think in terms of
opening branch offices in
the Mideast. He said the
first step probably will be to
appoint a fulltime repre-
sentative who will live there
and develop relationships
with business organiza-
tions, banks and govern-
ment agencies.
The bank president said
an American who already
has ties to the Middle East
probably will be chosen for
the job.
Ghaith Pharaon, a Saudi
Arabian businessman, has
contracted to buy large

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Jeans, T-shirts, shorts, swimwear, beach-
wear, dresses, pant suits, coordinated sports-
wear and accessories.

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blocks of the bank's stock
over an eight-year period
from the James T. Barnes
family of Detroit. The deal
is awaiting approval by re-
gulatory authorities.

* *

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Penney's Store
at Northland

J. C. Penney celebrated
the grand opening of its
first full-line department
stores in the Detroit area
Wednesday, with ribbon-
cutting ceremonies at
Northland Center and East-
land Center. The Northland
unit opened for business
last week.
The ceremonies marked
the first stage of J. C. Pen-
ney's planned full-line ex-
pansion in the Detroit mar-
ket, which will involve
construction of seven to
nine full-line department
stores with a total store
area of more than two mil-
lion square feet.
The Northland unit is the
largest store operated by J.
C. Penney, containing
333,000 square feet of space.
J. C. Penney auto centers,
located near the stores, will
also open later this year.
The Northland and East-
land stores will aso broaden
their customer service with
catalog sales departments.

Israel Corporation
Declares Dividend

NEW YORK —

Israel
Development Corp. declared
a 30 cent cash mid-year divi-
dend, payable June 10, to
shareholders of record at
the close of business May
31.
Israel Development Corp.
is a closed-end regulated
investment company, spe-
cializing in investments in
Israeli economic enter-
prises.

May 17 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Donald E. Bloomberg
(Linda Wolfe), 14291 Elgin,
Oak Park, a daughter, Amy
Renee.

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May 13 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Malley
(Wendy Manson), 26422
Summerdale Dr., South-
field, a son, Brian Jeremy.

*

* *

May 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. George Russell (Carole
Ashley), 33311 N. Manor
Dr., Farmington, a son,
David Andrew.

*

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May 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
James Gell (Vera Schoen-
berger), 32740 Briarcrest
Knoll, Farmington Hills, a
son, Jeffrey Nathan.
* * *
May 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene R. Konstant (Lynne

UHS Board Lists Nominees

Announcing the retire- don I. Ginsberg, Marvin
ment of former United He- Hoffman, Mrs. Rose Kaye,
brew Schools' principal Albert L. Lieberman, Mrs.
Morris Nobel, the UHS Lillian Maltzer, Stanley
board of directors listed the Marx, Marshall Wallace and
nominees for offices for Benjamin Weiss.
1975-76 to be elected at the
New nominees to the

June 4 annual meeting at

board include: Dr. Paul

the UHS main building.
Feinberg, Morris Fried-
The nominees include:
man, Mrs. David B. Her-
Milton Lucow, president;
melin, Henry P. Lee,
Julius Harwood, Mrs. Rose
Larry Sherman and Mrs.
Kaye and Robert Kasle, vice
Barbara Stollman. Mrs.
presidents; Marvin Hoff- Linda Gershenson was
man, secretary; Stanley nominated for a one-year
Marx, treasurer; and Dr.
term.
Milton Goldrath, assistant
Chairman of the nominat-
treasurer.
ing committee is Norman
Nominated for a second Katz. Annual reports will be
three-year term to the given by Milton Lucow,
board are: Morris J. Brand- president; and Dr. Jay B.
wine, Daniel M. Clark, Gor- Stern, superintendent.

Rae Mason), 13360 Wales,
Huntington Woods, a son,
Victor Abram.
* * *
May 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Neil Lullove (Arlene
Pianin), 27065 Everett,
Southfield, a daughter,
Amy Beth.
* * *
May 1 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Allan M. Levi (Debby Wolok
of Detroit) of Haifa, Israel
a daughter, Leah Minna.
* * *
April 30 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Rudick (Mar-
ilyn Leventen), 15600 Arbor
Pl., Southfield, a son, An-
drew Michael.

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Dr. and Mrs. Raphael
Rich of Westbury, N.Y.,
announce the engagement
of their daughter Randye
Cheryl to Rod Stewart
Burke, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Burke of Detroit .
Miss Rich was graduated
from the University of
Michigan with a BA degree
in education and will attend
the Detroit College of Law
in September. Her fiance
earned a BA degree at U-M.
An August wedding is
planned.

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Announcement is made of
the engagement of Blanche
Goodman of Greenfield Rd.,
Royal Oak, to Morris Sny-
der of Appleton Ave., by his
children, Carol Strauss of
New York and Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Snyder of Troy. An
August wedding is planned.

In Home or Hospital

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JEWISH

Fenby

Group features vocal-
ent agency, has moved to a ist Lynn Fenby.
new location at 29600
Dick Stein, Inc., Talent
Northwestern Hwy. in Agency now features many
Southfield
other popular entertainers
and groups for all occasions.
The agency announces the They are available for pri-
addition of the Jerry Fenby .vate parties, banquets, wed-
Group to its family of musi- dings or Bar Mitzva recep-
cal entertainers. The Jerry tions..

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Births

Stein Talent Agency Relocates

Dick Stein, Inc., local tal-

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, May 23, 1975

AND

PROUD

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9-10 a.m.
in English

The Anglo-Jew-
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prolific Jules
Abrams, Music,
News, Interviews
with Rabbis and
other prominent
Jewish leaders.
Jules will make

you proud of
your heritage.

Tuesday
9-10 a.m.
in English
and Hebrew

Wednesday
9-10 a.m.
In Yiddish

Jules Abrams
he first half
h our and the
'Hebrew with
k ids" the second.
sraeli Music at
t's finest & the
b eauty of the
modern Hebrew
L anguage. Enjoy
srael culture at
t's best.

Al Naftal and
Sonya Papowski
invite you to
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music from one
of the largest
private collec-
tions of Yiddish
music in Amer-
ica. From past to
present, enjoy
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your hosts,

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