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October 24, 1975 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Campaign Leaders Meet Sunday

The 1976 Campaign Lead-
ers Institute will have the
chief spokesman for the Is-
rael Defense Forces as its
guest speaker 9:30 a.m. Sun-
day, according to 1976 Al-
lied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund chairmen

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Dr. Leon Fill and Merle
Harris.
Top Campaign leadership
and workers will hear Gen.
Dov Sion in the LaMed Au-
ditorium of the United He-
brew Schools main building.
Sion will speak on the pri-
mary Campaign needs and
provide a briefing on the
current Israeli situation.

The Institute, similar to
one held last fall at which
Aryeh Nesher, special rep-

THEODORE

BIKEL

Designers of Fine Furs

Complete Fur Service

1 1 MILE & LAHSER
Phone: 358-0850

LUBAVITCH CONCERT

WED. Nov. 5 • 398-2611

resentative of Israel Prime
Minister Itzhak Rabin ap-
peared, will train Cam-
paign workers in solicita-
tion techniques and
essential background data
for the approaching Cam-
paign.

Reservations to the Insti-
tute may be made by calling
Michael Berke at the Cam-
paign office at 965-3939.

Drug Store Slates
Hypertension Test

The Sentry Drug Store, 10
Mile and Southfield Rds.,
Southfield, will sponsor a
free blood pressure screen-
ing 1-4:30 p.m. Tuesday.
A nurse will do the
screening and give counsel-
ing on hypertension.

Business Briefs

Rom presents simple
chapters on investing, sav-
ing, business strategy and
personal financial plan-
ning, and discusses the
value of all types of invest-
ments, including stocks
and bonds, real estate,
gold and other metals, the
commodities markets.

MALL...

IN THE

1955 Central H.S.
Reunion Nov. 8

Detroiter's Look at Investing

"Nothing Can Replace the
U.S. Dollar . . . and It Al-
most Has!" is the provoca-
tive title of a new book by a
29-year-old Detroit finan-
cial wizard M. Martin Rom.
The book, published by
Crowell, New York, is the
work of the head of Multi-
Vest Inc. in Southfield. The
firm, which Rom started at
the age of 22, did $35 million
in business last year.
A graduate of Mumford
High School and the Univer-
sity of Michigan, Rom left
medical school to start Mul-
tiVest. His book is divided
into two parts and explains
the whys and wherefores of
the economic world we live
in today and what the indi-
vidual can do about it.

H_e also has suggestions
for the U.S. government,
and explains why \he be-
lieves many of this country's
financial policies are wrong.
Rom's "Nothing Can Re-
place the U.S. Dollar . . .
and It Almost Has !" is an
easily read book. If nothing
else, it makes the reader
think about his personal fi-
nancial picture, which the
author claims is his major
purpose.

Histadrut Official
Meets Local Unit

October 24, 1975 41

He believes the present
stock market is a bad invest-
ment because inflation far
outweighs gains. He admits
that many economists be-
lieve him wrong, but he ad-
vocates investing in gold and
silver and gives instructions
on when to do it.
—A.H.
* * *

The 1955 graduating class,
_ of Detroit's Central Higii
School is having a reunion
7:30 p.m. Nov. 8 at the Ra-
leigh House. The reunion
committee is seeking a
number of classmates who
have not been contacted.
For information or reser-
vations, call Morton Schnei-
der, 961-7363.

Frank E. Leiderman has
been appointed an insur-
ance representative for the
Michigan Educational Em-
ployes Mutual Insurance
Co., handling automobile
and homeowners insurance.
He can be contacted at
399-1005.

Reuust rk

74 Fad

13710 W. 9 Mile (1st BIk. N. of Coolidge)

Super Specials

Tues., Wed., Thurs.

Shampoo & Set

reg. $6

.

Shampoo, Set & Haircut

reg. $11

Call for appt. 399-2552

$8

Weekend Special!

FRI. SAT. SUN. — OCT. 24th, 25th, 26th



on all our new

THE ORT PUMPKIN SALE

WINTER
COATS

OCTOBER 23, 24, 25

LIEBERMAN, KESSAR



JULES ABRAMS OF WIID'S (10.90 AM) ANGLO-
JEWISH.PROGRAM WILL BE APPEARING IN
HARVARD ROW'S MALL ON THURSDAY, OCTO-
BeR 30, FROM 11:30 A.M. to 2 P.M., GIVING
AWAY PRIZES.

Harvard Row Merchants

Aladdin Drugs
Athens Souvlaki, Rest.
Burton's Gal
Charlotte's Knit Shop
DiRosa Hair Fashions
Jules Doneson Travel
Empress Gardens, Rest.
Farmer Jack's

Haber Cleaners
H. R. Barber Shop
H. R. Kosher Meats
Heritage House Books
Moris Huppert Clothier
Jerome's Shoes
Jewel Bakery
Maker Furs

National Bank of Southfield
George Ohrenstein Jeweler
Original Esquire Rest. & Deli
Parisian Fashions
Reflections of Love Florist
Shoe Time
Spitzer's Hebrew Book
Warren Optometric Center

Israel Kessar, treasurer
of Histadrut, the Israeli la-
bor federation, met with
Morris Lieberman, Histad-
rut campaign chairman,
during his visit to Detroit
last week to meet the His-
tadrut campaign leadership.
Kessar discussed the
partnership between His-
tadrut and its American
supporters and described
social welfare needs in Is-
rael met by the Histadrut
campaign.

Synagogues Form
Basketball League

An organizational meet-
ing to form an inter-congre-
gational basketball league
will be held 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3
at Cong. Beth Abraham-
Hillel's library.
The youth commission of
the synagogue is organizing
the league to which all syn-
agogues are invited. For in-
formation, call Mike Peress,
352-'1.074, or 851:4368.

while they last:

To encourage you to shop
on the weekend — all our
new winter coats are
reduAd 20% — these 3
days only! Choose from
„pant coat and regular-
length styles! Sorry,
layaways and previous
sales not included.

Fall Clearance?

Special Rack of Pant Suits,
Dresses. and Sportswear

1/3 to 1/2 OFF!

Master Charlie
BankAmericard

Open Thurs. Fri.
Sat. til 9
SUNDAY 12 to 5

BLTR.T 0

GLAMOUR AND LEISURE FEMININE

HARVARD ROW MALL

_ .

FASHIONS
1 1 Mile 8. Lahser,
Southfield

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