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January 23, 1976 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-23

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It's Our
END-O-JANUARY SALE!
Save At The

The lines are fallen unto
me in pleasant places; Yea, I
have a goodly heritage.
Psalm 16:6

COMPLETE ALTERATIONS

Reasonable Prices

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 January 23, 1976

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Cleaners & Tailors

Expert Drapery
Cleaning
Knits & Sweaters

PLANTS and POTS

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Suede & Leather
Cleaning

For the living decor
in your home or 'office!

In The Country Village Center
20099 W. 12 Mile Rd.
352-2089
at Ever green

24709 Coolidge at 10 Mile

Use Master Charge. BankAmericard

399-0336

Across from Dexter Davison

Dante's Barber Shop Inc.

22108 Coolidge

Oak Park

Oak Park Center S.E. corner of 9 Mi. & Coolidge

Tel: 545-1558

"We Care About Your Hair"

Complete Barber Services

Tues. thru Sat.

Hair Styling by Everett Hicks

Manager

Manicuring by Fran

Thurs., Fri., Sat. by appointment only

Counterfeit Money
Circulating in Israel

College Faculty
Grades Israel

Flint Area News

WASHINGTON — A re-
cent poll of college profes-
sors on the Middle East
shows them to be confused
and contradictory in their
opinions. Pollsters Everett
Carll Ladd, Jr. and Seymour
Martin Lipset report in the
Chronicle of Higher Educa-
tion:
A total of 57 percent sup,
port Israel, eight. percent
arc pro-Arab, 34 percent
would not choose; 76 percent
reject the UN resolution
equating ZioniSm with rac-
ism; 73 percent favor contin-
ued U.S. shipment. of arms
to Israel (but only 30 per-
cent. would send U.S. troops
and air support to prevent
defeat); 58 percent would re-
fuse to sell arms to Saudi
Arabia; and 65 percent ap-
prove Israel's right to retal-
iate against Arab terrorists
(but 13 percent believe the
terrorists are justified).
The poll also reveals: 48
percent do. not believe U.S.
is obligated to prevent Is-
rael's destruction; 64 per-
cent want U.S. to pursue a
"more neutral and even-
handed". policy; 56 percent
say Israel should give up
"most" of occupied Arab
land; and 64 percent favor a
separate Arab nation in the
West Bank.

Flint Campaign Goal Announced

MONEY-SAVING HELP
IN ISRAEL

WITHOUT TRAVEL OR
LETTER WRITING!

LEO SEIDE

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STARTS SATURDAY 10 A.M.
FINAL REDUCTIONS!

IpectacuIar:

We've set the stage for some great value performances! The
action begins with terrific shoe savings. This season's scene
stealers. There's a shoe for every role you play! Take two
. . . take three . . . take four . . . values like these are

hard to beat! -

RED CROSS SHOES, SOCIALITES AND COBBLES
WOMEN'S FLORSHEIM, HUSH PUPPIES®, DANIEL GREEN
IMPORTS AND MANY OTHER FAMOUS BRANDS
SELECTED STYLES — REGULARLY TO '30

NOW 699 T0 11 99

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MICHIGAN'S LARGEST FLORSHEIM DEALER — 21 STORES IN MICHIGAN

• LINCOLN CENTER, Greenfield at 10 1 /2 Mile
• GRANDLAND CENTER, Fenkell and Grand River
at Southfield
• LINCOLN PARK PLAZA, 3620 Fes-: St,
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Grandland, Lincoln Center and Lincoln Park open evenings Thurs., Fri. & Sat.
Ann Arbor and Meadowbrook open every evening 'til 9, Meadowbrook Sun. 12 to 5
Use Your BankAmericard, Master Charge, American Express, Diner's Club

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
police have made several
arrests in connection with
their investigation of a ring
that was circulating coun-
terfeit 50 and 100 dollar
hills. At the same time, the
police intensified their
crackdown on the black
market where the dollar is
now being quoted • at IL
10.50.

Dr. Ira Marder and Leo
Seide, co-chairmen of the
1976 Flint United Jewish
Appeal Campaign, an-
nounce that city's goal this
year $1,000,000.
According to Dr. Marder,
Flint's share of the national
goal for 1976 was estab-
lished by the UJA and is
based upon past campaign
history and population. The
total national goal is
$600,000,000.

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COMMUNITY -

CALENDAR

Monday — Beth Israel
Sisterhood board meeting,
12:30 p.m., synagogue; and
Temple Beth El board meet-
ing, 8 p.m., temple.
Tuesday — Bnai Brith
Women meeting, 12:30 p.m.;
and FJCC Community Rela-
tions Committee meeting, 8
p.m., Council office.
Wednesday — FJCC Ad-
ult Education Class, 8 p.m.,
Temple Beth El.
Thursday — Parent
meetings, 8 p.m., Temple
Beth El.

We act as youipersonal representatives
in Israel in Government offices, export-
import, court and legal matters. Also in
real estate transactions, buying, selling,
renting, etc. Details handled by exper ,
both in the U.S. and Israel. Prompt, coi
fidential service.
Without obligation call (212) 964-8377
Or Write:

DR. IRA MARDER

Seide emphasized that the
fund-raising drive is not . a
charity drive - but an educa-
tional program.
Flint UJA workers will
carry identity cards re-
quired - by the state.

Flint Obituaries

Israel Advising Office
132 Nassau Street
New York, N.Y. 10038

Toll-free number
(from anywhere in U.S.)

(800) 221-5175

TRU-KOSHER
FOODS NEWS!

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Lowest Prices in Town

Donald Goldman

Donald L. Goldman, a
member of the Flint Board
of Realtors, died Jan. 13 at
age 40.
A resident of Grand Blanc
since 1968, Mr. Goldman
was a member of Cong.
Beth Israel, Bnai Brith and
the Flint. Jewish Commu-
nity Council. He resided at
13057 Lockmoor, Grand
Blanc.
He is survived by his
wife, Beverly; three daugh-
ters, Michele, Joanne and
Ellen; his parents; one
brother and one sister.

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• Parties
• Luncheons

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FOODS
CORPORATION

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See Ad On Pg. 24

Flint Hashachar
Group Will Meet

Flint's Hadassah-spon-
.sored Hashachar Zionist
youth group will meet 1:30
p.m. Feb. 1 in the home of
Steve Faver, 3034 Haw-
Thorne. LtinCheon will be
served, and a multi-media
"Trip to Israel" will be fea-
tured.
The group is for youth age
9-12 and focuses on Jewish
education. For information,
call Stephanie Rittman,
232-5716, or Faver, 239-0585.

Flint Youth

Bari Suber and Lisa
Reznick will appear in the
15th annual ballet to benefit
the March of Dimes 6:30
p.m., Feb. 15 at Whiting Au-
ditorium.
Flint Area Temple Youth
will have a social and
havdala service Saturday.
F.A.T.Y. will sponsor an all-
star vs. temple old-star bas-
ketball game Feb. 21 for
boys and girls. Anyone in-
terested in participating
may contact Jeff Portney,
742-8449. Cheerleaders also
are needed.

WE NEED YOUR BUSINESS
PLEASE COME BACK TO
10 MILE Et GREENFIELD

MEL FARR IS RUNNING
BACK PRICES . . . AND
JOHN COOK IS PASSING
SAVINGS ON TO YOU

Hours: Mon. & Thurs., 8:30 a.m. to
9 p.m. Tues, Wed. & Fri., 8:30 a.m.
to 6 p.m.

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WE'RE NICE
TRY US — YOU'LL
LOV.E US
399-6600

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