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July 09, 1976 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-09

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Friday, July 9, 1976 43

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MATURE — DEPENDABLE

Blind Former Detroit Rabbi Funding Hebrew U. Grants

Former Detroiters Rabbi
Harry J. Brevis and Mrs.
Brevis, the former Anne
Bear, were honored at the
annual dinner of American
Friends of Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem upon their

Bnai Brith
Activities

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER, Bnai Brith

Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. Luncheon will
be served, and there is a
charge. The speaker will be
•• \ler Shapiro, director of
;timer affairs, city of
Lecfoit. Guests are invited.

MAGICIAN

Available For All Occasions

25 years

experience

MAGICAL MEL

547-2464

'announcement that they
had set up the Brevis-Bear
Scholarships for the Blind.
Rabbi Brevis, a graduate
of the University of Michi-
gan literary and law
schools, studied for the rab-
binate when he began to
lose his sight. He is known
nationally as "the Blind
Rabbi" who had mastered

Radomer Aid
Installation

Radomer Aid Society will
hold its annual installation
— dinner dance 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Cong. Bnai
Moshe.
Officers to be installed
are: Nate Wolok, president;
vice presidents Rita Ager
and Helen Greenberg; trea-
surer Louis Lumberg; and
secretaries Liliann Katz and
Mae Weintraub.
Ben Halpern will be in-
stallation chairman. For
reservations, which are re-
quired, call Jean Feldman,
557-3045.

1/4

CLEARANCE SALE

Selected FLOOR SAMPLES
FURNITURE • ACCESSORIES

30% to 50% OFF

r

Companions — Home Helpers
Sitters — Live-Ins
Nurses Aides — Nurses
Immediately Available

braille and who had pre-
sented to the late President
Itzhak Ben-Zvi of Israel val-
uable braille manuscripts as
gifts for Israel.
Before their marriage,
Mrs. Brevis was a public.
school principal in Buffalo,
N. Y.



NEEDLEPOINTE Unlimited

The Brevis-Bear Schol-
arships for the Blind are
designed for "needy,
sightless high school grad-
uates with an ability or
outstanding talent in the
sciences, music or arts
who show promise of be-
coming self-supporting.

Hebrew University will
appoint a counselor familiar
with the problems of the
blind to aid the students in
ridding themselves of
"blindisms."
Rabbi and Mrs. Brevis
plan implementation of

* * *
Bruce Boxman has been

Anne, Harry Brevis

funds for the scholarship
for the blind and Keren Or
invites additional partici-
pants with gifts to assist
blinded students in Israel.

YARN SALE

Paternayan
Persian

Rya Rug Wool,
Silks & Cottons

* * *
Ted Greenfield is cele-

15600 W. TEN MILE ROAD ■ SOUTHFIELD, MI 4807E

4,‘

NEW ORLEANS MALL

(313) 557-8490

LOIS ROSS

BARBARA LEVIN

- ASID - ASSOCIATE

SALE TIME at MAZER'S

red ticket specials

SELECT GROUP OF CHILDREN'S SHOES, TEEN SHOES
& SOME LEATHER & CANVAS TENNIS SHOES
SUCH FINE NAMES AS: CHILD LIFE JUMPING JACKS
. . BRISTOL . . . KED GRASSHOPPERS . . . MISS
C. APEZIO . . IMPO . . . VINER . . . DEXTER . .
BARE TRAPS . . . MANY MORE
ALL SUMMER SANDALS NOW ON SALE

BankAmericard, Master Charge welcome

Children's Shoes Et Leather Er
Canvas Tennis Shoes
Off
up to
regular price

40%
TEEN y2
SHOES

off regular price

OUR PRICE IS REDUCED
NOT OUR QUALITY OR SERVICE

ONLY

MAZER'S SHOES

Evergreen Plaza

12 Mile 8, Evergreen
559-9760

Mon. thru Sat. 10 to 6 Thurs. & Fri. 10 to 9

LIU OFF
cncyo
JU OFF

lHIRTi

brating his 30th year in the
advertising field. Greenfield
is currently advertising
manager for Federal Hard-
ware stores and promo-
tional director for Qld Or-
chard Mall. .

niimir fb

544-7440

Shopping Center Mkt. to Open;
Orchard Mall Sidewalk Sale Set

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named staff supervisor of
the Gold/Rosenwasser In-
surance Agency in South-
field.

* * *

The grand re-opening of
the Shopping Center Market
will be held Wednesday, on
the Eve of Orchard Mall's
sidewalk sales, Thursday
through July 17.
The Shopping Center
Market, closed March 20 by
tornado, promises to be big-
ger and better. The market
will be open from 9 a.m. to
10 p.m. daily, and 9 a.m. to
6 p.m. on Sundays.
All of Orchard Mall's 32
high-fashion stores will
have sales on merchandise
displayed in front of their
stores during the sidewalk
sales, all within the fully en-
closed mall. Paula Spiteria,
an expert on adult exercises,
will demonstrate dance-ex-
ercises which she will be
teaching at the Orchard
Mall on six Saturdays be,
ginning July 17.
Weight Watcher's will
have an open house through-
out the sidewalk sales and
Orchard Mall will also offer
sidewalk portrait artists, a

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16300 North Park Drive
Mon.-Fri. 10-4
559-3119

Business Briefs

Paul L. Sherizen of Oak
Park, and Edward Gordon
and Seymour Rosenwasser
of Southfield, all CLUs, and
Massachusetts Mutual In-
surance Co. agents, are
among the more than 3,700
members of the Million Dol-
lar Round Table gathered in
Boston for the organiza-
tion's annual sales confer-
ence.

335-3215

569-2585

Gary Plasko
Frank Alspector

popcorn wagon and a side-
walk flower cart. '
The futuristic Scarab
three-wheel vehicle will also
be on. display. Designed by
Harry Foucher of Faming-
ton Hills, the Scarab con-
verts any motorcycle larger
than 450cc into an all-sea-
son, non-rusting car.
Hours for the sidewalk
sale are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Custom imprinting of T-
Shirts, jackets, athletic
wear and photo tee shirts
for all occasions — your
design or ours —
wholesale & retail.

"NEW" BAR MITZVA SERVICE

CLOSING OUT
SUMMER MERCHANDISE
AT
OFF

75%

OPEN SUNDAY, JULY 11TH
10:30 to 4:30 P.M.

OAK PARK STORE ONLY

Blood Drive Set
For Next Week

Bnai Brith will sponsor a
Red Cross blood drive to be
held 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Mon-
day and Tuesday at Temple
Emanu-El.
For information, call the
Red Cross, 968-2255. Alex S.
Adelberg, a Bnai Brith
member was recently given
a certificate of appreciation
from the Red Cross South
Oakland Region for gener-
ous blood donations totall-
ing 17 gallons.

OPEN
ALL SUMMER

BANKAMERICARDI.

master

charge

Ray & Ida's Dress Shop

25603 COOLIDGE, OAK PARK, MICH.

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