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March 25, 1977 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

42 Friday, March 25, 1977

JNF Blue Box Clearance Set

For the Finest

Wedding and
Bar Mftzva Albums

The traditional semi-an-
nual Jewish National Fund
Blue Box Clearance in the
Greater Detroit area will

Call

WINER

(A

JOE MILLER

and

HIS ORCHESTRA

nd Associates

Music For All Occasions

354-1244

357-1010

start on April 5, and will
continue through May 15, it
was announced by Betty Sil-
verman, chairwoman of the
Blue Box committee.
There are more than
4,000 Blue Boxes in homes
throughout the area, and al-
though volunteers of sever-
al women's organizations
have joined in the clear-

Suzan Rollins
to Wed in June

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roll-
ins of Springfield, Va., for-
merly of Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement

MISS ROLLINS

Ltc-t.

BETTY SILVERMAN

in the CLAYMOOR APT.

29260 Franklin Rd. Sfld.

358-1980

Thurs.
March 31st
Fri. April 1st
Sat. April 2nd
10:30-4:30

ance, Mrs. Silverman
stated that "more volun-
teers are needed for this
vital task."
Blue Boxes are available
by calling the JNF, 968-
0820.

of their daughter, Suzan
Dale, to Paul R. Marks, son
of Mrs. Louis Tomarken of
Bloomfield Hills and the
late Mr. Bernard Marks.
Miss Rollins is a senior at
Michigan State University.

A June wedding is
planned.

Fresh Air Prepares
for New Season

Applications are still
being taken by the Fresh

Cpstite Celifieult 'Deux

Feb

Invites you to a

free consultation

and total

hair analysis at their

new

designing salon

26400 W.12 Mile

INVITATIONS

The Detroit Zionist Feder-
ation will present the Yidd-
ish film classic "Mirele
Efros," 8 p.m. Sunday at
the Labor Zionist Institute.
There is an admission
charge.

Weddings-Bar 'Mitzvas
Showers-Etc.

Complete Unique Selection

H & L SALES CO.

557-1240 or eves 837-1555

Bob Twrey PARTIES FOR ALL AGES Jeff Leitsbn
626-4357
681-2478

Coldfitvger

meet diane and see her 1977 collection
of gold and silver jewelry

Judge not of men or
things at first sight.

the\ isco to you

PRESENTS
3 day showin9l

(011 „,-1
i
featur ,

DZF Will Present
Yiddish Movie

Tues. thru Sat.
8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Racquetime Bldg.

Our European trained sty lists give complete

consultations on all phases of fa•hion for both men
and women. We believe in the healthy, well-

groomed, self-care type of hair for the active woman
or man of today We gear ourselves to design a

practical, yet unique, sty le with the complete

individual in mind.
Constant education and stimulation of staff
members with understanding of the individual

customer gives our salon a relaxed atmosphere of
fashion.

Emile Deux Fois handles all phases of beauty
Rom riaiiwrdi,, ;:.‘dicures, expert color-
ing, permanent waving, hair cutting, setting or blow

dry ing

Emile's offers to the active mar , of today a
sepa-ate grooming area with hair analysis, per :
manent waving, and coloring.

"Fashions by Antonio" is an elegant custom
designing boutique within the salon. Appointments
available Tues. thru Sat. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., 356-7722.

356-7722

SHERMAN
SURGICAL SUPPLY

- 13 S. Main St., Clawson, Mi. 48017
585-0555 _

Rental — Sales of Convalescent
equipment, Everest & Jennings Wheel
Chairs, Ostomy Supplies — Hollister,
United, Davol, Coloplast Jobst
Garments, T.E.D. Stockingsl yrofessiona I:
fitting of Surgical Garments, Dr. Scales.;

1

,

Air Society, now in its 76th
year, for its camping pro-
grams, Camp Tamarack at
Brighton and Ortonville,
Agree Outpost in Canada
and Camp Kennedy.

The Brighton camp is for
youth age 8-10, while the Or-
tonville facility serves chil-
dren age 11-15. High school
youth have the opportunity
to take advanced trips in
northern Michigan and Can-
ada.
The FAS also reports
there are still openings for
the position of counselor.
Camp Tamarack employed
more than 330 high school
and college-age students
last year. Students are re-
cruited from seven colleges
in five states.
In an effort to acquaint
the campers with Jewish
communities in other lands,
' the FAS will bring in 20
British and 16 Israeli stu-
dents to act as camp staff
in summer. Persons wish-
ing to house a foreign stu-
dent on his free day are
asked to call the FAS of-
fice, 851-7733.
For information on any of
the camp programs write
Fresh Air Society, 6600 W.
Maple, West Bloomfield,
48033 (851-7733).

Former Detroiter
Presents Paper

Former Detroiter Dr.
Julius M. Gardin of Beth-
esda, Md., presented an ab-
stract entitled, -Echocar-
diographic Evaluation of an
Older Population Without
Clinically Apparent Heart
Disease," at the American
College of Cardiology Scien-
tific Session recently in Las
Vegas.
The son of Abram Gardin
of Richard St.. Southfield,
Dr. Gardin was joined by
Drs. Walter L. Henry, Dan-
iel D. Savage and Stephen
E. Epstein of the National
Heart, Lung and Blood In-
stitute, in researching the
abstract.
Dr. Gardin will join the
cardiology faculty at North-
western University in Chi-
Cagb` iii June.

WE ACCEPT
MEDICARE RENTAL ASSIGNMENTS

( PASSOVER SPECIAL

15% Off CUSTOM FRAMING
or FREE Needlework Blocking
thru April

Contemporary Art Work On Display
Barlow Potters-Pottery• Carla & M ark Jackson Painting-
Wood Sculptor• Laurie Wells-Fiber Sculpture

ARTISANS
GALLERY

19666 W. 10 Mile Rd.
356-4449
Southfield

Mon-Fri. 1-6 Thurs till 8
Sat 11-6 Sun. 1-5

Women's Apparel Mart

Open To

The Public

Wholesale Distributor
of Women's Apparel

25100 Evergreen, Southfield

in the Southfield Center Building

Mon.-Sat. Open 9.5

355-5765

OPEN SUNDAY

MARCH 27 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Special 500 BEAUTIFUL

Half-size Dresses

$50
$8,75 —$12.75 —$15.75

Values to

SENIOR CITIZEN SPECIAL

Blouses, Dresses All Sizes

$5 each

Famous Name PAJAMAS P-S-M-L

Regular

$48

Our

Price $

2 4

We Stock Juniors, Misses, Half-sizes
(It's Like No Other Place in Michigan
Come on In!)
.
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