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May 14, 1976 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-14

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May 14, 1976 37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nursery School Set at Adat Shalom

Probus Club Lists Honorees

Business Briefs

Dancercise, an exercise For information, call the
program combining belly gallery, 341-1500.
* * *
dancing and dieting, is
Birmingham Bookstore,
forming summer classes for
women. For information, 263 Pierce, will present Vic-
tor G. Reuther 2-4 p.m. Sun-
call Dancercise, 559-7230.
* * *
day. Reuther will discuss
Dr. Donald L. Golden, and autograph copies of his
founder and director of the new book "The Brothers
Detroit Optometric Cen- Reuther." For information,
ters, will appear in a series call the bookstore, 642-4404.
* * *
of paid public service mes-
Trend Setter Salon re-
sages intended to educate
cently opened in the Ever-
the public on eye care.
* * *
green Plaza, 12 Mile and Ev-
Drug ergreen Rds., Southfield.
Cunningham
Stores, Inc., the state's According to owner-opera-
largest retail drug store tor Lucy Healey, Trend Set-
chain, is offering free copies ter has eight operators of-
of a detailed storm warning fering complete hair and
chart through its 93 stores skin care. Special rates are
in Michigan. The chart, offered to senior citizens 9
which was prepared in con- a.m.-4 p.m. every Tuesday.
junction with the National Men's night is 5-9 p.m.
Weather Service, tells what Wednesday. For an appoint-
action to take when a tor-, ment, call the salon,
nado is imminent in cities or 557-5856 or 557-5857.
* * *
towns, and in office build-
ings, factories, shopping Commonwealth
centers, homes, mobile
homes, schools and open Seeks FDIC Aid
cguntry.
Free Press business
* *
writer Allan Sloan reported
Artforms will present last weekend that Detroit's
Bill Nagengast Jr. and a dis- Bank of the Commonwealth -
play of his ceramics works is in financial trouble and is
in an opening reception 1-6 seeking additional aid from
p.m. Sunday at the gallery, the Federal Deposit Insur-
19443 Livernois. In addition
Corp.
to the Nagengast works will ance
The FDIC loaned Com-
be paintings by George monwealth $35.5 million in
Hriczik, Sybil Oshensky and 1972, and Saudi Arabian
Hope Palmer. The ceramics Ghaith Pharaon has been
exhibit will be on display trying to aid the bank after
through May 30. Gallery purchasing controlling in-
hours are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. terest last year.
Tuesday through Saturday.
Sloan wrote that the
* * *
FDIC will risk losing its in-
vestment in the Common-
Motor Homes
wealth if it puts more
money into the bank, or if it
Center Opens
liquidates the bank. He said
Marvin Tamaroff an- risky and low-interest loans
nounces the opening of Ta- have placed the institution
maroff-Stadium 1-75 in its poor position.
and M-24, Lapeer Rd., Pon-
Sloan revealed that
tiac. The center offers the Donald Kaufman and Eli
most complete range of Broad, former Detroit
motor homes in Michigan.
builders now in Los An-
The grand opening will be geles, still have voting
held 9 a.m.-9 p.m. today and control of a key block of
9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday. Spe- preferred stock in the
cial savings on all units, in- bank. The bank's attorneys
cluding a free CB radio with are the firm of Honigman,
every motor home pur- Miller, Schwartz and
chased will be offered.
Cohn.
Stadium R. V. includes
Pharaon told Sloan that
the largest motor home he had learned a lot since
service facility in Michigan, buying control of the bank
with 14 service bays for to- 15 months ago, and that he
tal motor home service, and might not have purchased it
a complete parts depart- if he knew what he knows
ment for all makes and now. The bank has lost
models. It is an official money the last two years
Dodge service point. Motor and is losing money this
home storage also is avail- year.
able.

Jack Belkin, left, president of the Probus Club and
J. Pincus, right, chairman of the Wayne State Uni-
ity Board of Governors, present Probus Club
N
plaques to Dr. Ellen Johnston Laing of Ann Arbor, asso-
ciate professor of art and art history at WSU, second
from left, and Dr. Anna Marie Ledgerwood of Dearborn,
assistant professor in the Department of Surgery at
WSU. Dr. Laing and Dr. Ledgerwood were the recipi-
ents of the 14th annual Probus Club Awards for Aca-
demic Achievement.

Histadrut Campaign Slates
Black Lake, Israel Events

The Israel Histadrut
Campaign of Metropolitan
Detroit announces final ar-
rangements have been made

MICHAEL KAPUT
Photography ,

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for two Israel-American la-
bor-related conferences.
The first, the annual His-
tadrut conference, will be
held May 28-31 at the
United Auto Workers Cen-
ter at Black Lake. The con-
ference speakers include
Greg Humphrey, director of
legislation, American Fed-
eration of Teachers; Yaacov
Cohen, Histadrut emissary
to the U.S.; and Ziedan
Atashi, Counsellor, to the
Permanent Mission of Israel
in the U.S.

The second conference
will be the Histadrut Soli-
darity Conference in Israel,
to take place Nov. 13-16.
Among the Israeli leaders
expected to attend are for-
mer Prime Minister Golda
Meir, Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin, Abba Eban and
Yeruham Meshel.
For information, call the
Histadrut office, 851-0606.

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The Adat Shalom Nur-
sery School will host an
open house 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Sunday at both nursery
school facilities. Children
registered for September
1976 and their parents will
have the opportunity to be-
come acquainted with the
facilities and meet the nur-
sery school staff.
Persons interested in the
school program are invited.
For information, call the
nursery school office,
851-5100, ext. 30.

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