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December 10, 1976 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-10

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54 Friday, December 10, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SALE SAVINGS o

Nosanchuk Grove Honors 69th Anniversary

JOE MILLER

and

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Nosanchuk will plant a
fourth grove of 1,000 trees
in Israel through the
Jewish National Fund in
honor of their 69th wed-

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ding anniversary and
Mrs. Nosanchuk's birth-
day. It will be known as
the Jacob and Ida Nosan-
chuk Grove.
The Nosanchuks, of

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SHOE SALE

NOW

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* TOWN & COUNTRY
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* DAISY
* BAREFOOT ORIGINALS
VALUES TO $45.00
* CAPEZIO

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all sales final

UP TO 50% OFF HANDBAGS

OPEN SUNDAYS

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West Bloomfield

Southfield

A Fashion Hair Care Update
From Heidi's Salons

STOP!

Put aside your blower.
Throw away your hot rollers.
Hide that curling iron.

The news from Europe Is that the severe short hair cuts and
boring straight hair styles are going, going gone for 1977,
and at Heidi's we're glad.
Back are the soft feminine looks . . . longer, fuller and
beautifully romantic . . . making you look more arousing
and womanly.
Don't Be Afraid .that the new longer fuller styles will be too
much trouble to take care of, because at Heidi's Salons we
wilt give you a great hair cut and support perm.
And we'll use The new fabulous Velcro rollers so your hair
style will be just as easy to take care of as the short style
ever was.
121ope to see you soon at
either one of my salons.

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Just in time for the holidays
3 days Dec. 9, 10 & 11
Special hours Thurs. & Sat.
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10:30 to 6 Friday 10:30 to 8
Unique gifts for everyone on your list

Women's Apparel Warehouse

Open To The Public

THE NOSANCHUKS

Westhampton Ave., Oak
Park, have been active in
many Jewish causes and
especially on behalf of Is-
rael. They are longtime
supporters of JNF.
They have dedicated a
room in Shaare Zedek
Hospital, Jerusalem, in
memory of their daugh-
ter, Mrs. Rose Raskin.
They have established
the Raskin Free Loan
Fund. They have en-
dowed a room in the
United Old Age Home in
Jerusalem and a study
room in Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity.
Last year the couple
planted a grove in honor of
the 35th wedding
anniversary of their son
and daughter-in-law, Dr.
Joseph and Betty Nosan-
chuk. The grove was
planted in the Stollman
Park and Recreation Area
at the American Bicenten-
nial National Park.
Mr. Nosanchuk is hon-
orary president of the
Kollel Institute for Ad-
vanced Learning. He is
honorary president of
Cong. Bnai Jacob and the
Ezras Achim Turover So-
ciety, is a patron of Bar-
Ilan University and a
member of Bnai Brith
and Histadrut. He is vice
president of Cong. Mis-
hkan Israel Nusach
H'Ari.

I Activities
i in Society

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Newly Arrived Stock

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Sizes 6 to 20

Reg. $22 to $36

Wholesale $6.75

to $18.75

CLOSE OUT Quilted Lined Coats

Sizes 10 to 18

Reg. $39.75

Wholesale

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(Samples Are Ready Now)

Half-Sleeve Sweaters -- Sizes S-M-L

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Bodzin Family Club will
have a Hanuka luncheon
in lieu of its December
meeting 1 p.m. Dec. 19 in
the Carlyle Tower Apts.
club room. Mrs. Harry
Bodzin is in charge of ar-
rangements. Gifts will be.
exchanged, and enter-'
tainment will be pro-
vided. Refreshments will
be served.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry
(Sophie) Aronovitz celeb-
rated their 40th wedding
anniversary at a dinner
party Nov. 20 given by
their children. Their chil-
dren are Dr. and Mrs. '
Marvin Aronovitz and
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard
Aronovitz. Family and
friends helped the couple
celebrate.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Halpern of Montmartre
Ct. S., Oak Park, were in
Birmingham, Ala., re-
cently to attend the Bar
Mitzva of their grandson,
Eric Moss Halpern.

Original works of art in
rare opals and diamonds.
Each one different.
Longines, of course.

This masterpiece of the watchmaker's art is
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No two are alike.
The dial of each is an original work of art—a
one-of-a-kind mosaic of natural opal painstak-
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