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December 12, 1975 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WE BUY
USED CARS

COOK-FARR
FORD, Inc.

10 MILE & GREENFIELD

SEE AL GULA OR
BRIAN VANHOLLENBECK

399-6604

ANTIQUES
ARTS
CRAFTS

Holiday Gift Show
Dec. 12 & 13
1-10 p.m.
New Roma Hall
Bloomfield Twp.

Telegraph N. of
Square Lake Rd.

(Miracle Mile Shopping Center)
Booth Info

Schaupeter Promotions

282-0040 731-9560

Junior Division Plans 50s Party

Jitterbug rockin n' reelin,
pedal pushers and gum drop
shoes will be part of the "50s
Party" sponsdred by the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion's Junior Division 8 p.m.
Wednesday in the LaMed
Auditorium of the United
Hebrew Schools.
Junior Division members
as well as other young Jew
ish adults are invited to the
Division's social event which
will feature the American
Scene Dance Band, contests,
prizes and refreshments.
The Junior Division is for
persons ages 18-35 inter-
ested in the organized Jew-
ish community. Members
participate in the Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund, work on
community projects, and
attend, a year-round lecture
series with educational and
informative guest speakers.

Richard J. Maddin is pres-
ident of the Junior Division.
For information about
the dance and Division
membership, call, director
Mrs. Lilian Bernstein at the
Federation office, 965-3939.

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Committee members
helping chairman Marc G.
Whitefield are Cynthia
Leven and Cherie Stern-
berg, decorations; Joni
Satovsky and Michael
Horowitz, activities; Suz-
anne and Gary Smuckler,
refreshments; Merna

BILLY THE MAGIC CLOWN!
Entertaining Party Fun
Balloon Animals and Laughter

An Audience participation show

356-5112 or 1-662-3700

tegOra, "b"4 0

20%

Ni re

Off

•invitations
•centerpieces
-stationery

Invited

Phyllis BiIles
559 - 4343 .

For Your Holiday Shopping

A VERY SPECIAL STORE

For Pre-Teens & Juniors

At

Hamburger and Steve
Krastof, hospitality; and
Dorene Finer, publicity.

.

IN
OAK PARK
23133 COOLIDGE

Will Be Open Every Sunday
'Til Christmas 12-5
PHONE 545-3242

NORTH OF 9 MILE RD.
OPEN THURSDAY
'TIL 9 p.m.

People
Make News

Louis G. Redstone, De-
troit architect, has been
appointed by Governor Wil-
liam G. Milliken to a newly
established commission on
art in state buildings. He
will serve as -chair person of
the committee on defini-
tions and objectives.
* * *
Dr. Maurice Croll, clini-
cal associate professor at
the Wayne State University
School of Medicine and chief
of the eye department at
Grace Hospital will be hon-
ored with nine other out-
standing alumni "for distin-
guished service" at winter
commencement exercises
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cobo
Hall.

* * *
Col. Arthur C. Becker

has been appointed state
representative of the United
States Civil Defense Coun-
cil. Col. Becker is the civil
defense director in South-
field.

* * *
Mrs. Donna Ruth Sklar

was appointed Farmington
Hills city director of the
Republican Committee of
Oakland County.

Panush's Zionist
Definition in
Congress Record'

The definition of Zionism
by Louis Panush, Detroit
Zionist leader, which was
published in local newS-
papers, was inserted in
the Congressional Record
by Congressman William
Broomfield.
Congressman Broomfield
commended Panush for his
Zionist devotions and for his
consistent labors in defense
of Israel.

Lawrence E. Moss

Fisher Will Help
Ford's Campaign

STUDIO

NEW YORK — Max"
Fisher was appointed co-
chairman and chairman of
the finance executive com-
mittee for President Gerald
Ford's campaign for the
Presidency in 1976.
Robert Mosbacher, a
Houston businessman, was
appointed head of the fund-
raising operations. He suc-
ceeds David R. Packard,
who resigned the post.

Of VVallcovering

All Papers
Discounted

15%

Woven Woods Levolers

Installation Available

Free Estimates

House Plants

25882 Orchard Lake Rd.

at 11 Mile
by appointment-477-1727

Nursery Program
at Adat Shalom

Adat Shalom Nursery
School is accepting registra-
tions for its spring semester
which runs Feb. 2-June 11.
For registration informa-
tion, call Mrs. Carol Snell-
ing at the nursery school
office, 851-5100.

December 12, 1975 39

I

Hebrew is the language of
languages. It is the key to
. all of Israel's spiritual trea-
sures and the medium of
Israel's message to man-
kind.
THE MICHIGAN JEW-
—Joseph H. Hertz
ISH YOUNG ADULT
COUNCIL will sponsor a
tour of the new Jewish Com-
MICHAEL KAPLIT
munity Center, 6600 W.
Photography
Maple, West Bloomfield,
Weddings • Bat Mitzvas
1:30 p.m. Sunday. For infor-
mation or to get on the
642 - 1 039
Council mailing list, call
Heidi Press, 643-7672, eve-
nings.

Singles
Events

* * *
FRIENDS OF THE
BAYIT will meet 8 p.m.

Tuesday in the home of
Sharon Landau, 24231
Gardner, Oak Park, for an
evening of games. For infor-
mation, call Barry Stein,
861-1929.
* * *

USIO
. Yowl MONO
AN

ALBUM-
FINER
WINER'

WILL BE

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY *

AND ASSOCIATES

357-1010

sA
. gilt. • Rn
_ . OR

Ai

OIARGE

DEPARTMENT' STORE FOR CHILDREN

TEL-TWELVE MALL; 12 Mile & Telegraph

.

OPEN DAILY
10 a.m. to 9 -p.m.

DETROIT SOCIAL-
ITES will sponsor a dance 9

p.m. Saturday at the Berk-
ley Masonic Temple. Johnny
C and his Orchestra will
provide the music for danc-
ing, and refreshments and
social mixers will be part of
the evening's program. The
community is invited. The
group will have a New
Year's Eve dinner-dance at
the Labor Zionist Institute's
ballroom. Complete sit-
down dinner will be served.
The public is invited. For
reservations, call Shirley
Kaner, 398-2296, or Mollie
Stern, 342-2791.

YOUR WEDDING —
BAR MITZVA

SUNDAY 11-6

ALSO NORTHWOOD SHOPPING CENTER
13 MILE AT WOODWARD

.

OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 9 — Sun. 12 to 5

JANUARY PRICES
IN DECEMBER
ENTIRE STOCK-OF 600

GIRLS' WINTER COATS

Akiva to Hold
Gift Auction

Akiva Hebrew Day School
will have a gift auction 8
p.m. Saturday in the audito-
rium.
There will be an outstand-
ing variety of goods and
services to be auctioned, and
the proceeds will go to Akiva
for educational enrichment
programs. Gifts for the
family, teachers and per-
sonal items will be avail-
able.
Admission is nominal,
and refreshments will be
served. For information,
contact Sharon Dach,
354-2233, or Cherna Kow'ral-
sky, 547-4042.

LISTENING

There is no point in our
ancestors speaking to us
unless we know how to lis-
ten.
—Mortimer J. Adler

OUR REGULAR_PRICE
AND MORE

Boot or Regular Length

Toddlers 2.4
Reg. $27 to $38

ENTIRE STOCK OF
GIRLS NYLON WINTER

SKI JACKETS

4 to 6x 7 to 14

2

0 0

OUR REG. PRICE

USE YOUR MICHIGAN" &AWARD. OR MASTER CHARGE

Margolis Household Furniture

29

YEARS

OLD STAND

at the Some

6 Mile, 1 Blk. W. ofSchaefer.

SHARPENING the PENCIL

ARNOLD MARGOLIS

On All Name Brands

Furniture and Bedding

To Name a Few: • SIMMONS • SEALY • SERTA • SPRING AIR
• LA-Z-BOY • STIFFEL LAMPS • KROEHLER • AMERICAN
• BURLINGTON • BASSETT • BARCALOUNGER • LANE • UNIQUE
342-5351
13703 W. McNichols, 1. Blk. W. of Schaefer
Hrs. Mon thru Sat. 9:30 til 5:30

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