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August 12, 1977 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-12

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Friday, August 12, 1977THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

HAVE AN
AFFAIR
WITH
HAL
GORDON
musical Entertainment

Big Bands - or
-Small Combos
_

Business Briefs

NORTHLAND
MER-
CHANTS ASSOCIATION an-
nounces special promotions
for the week beginning Sun-
day. At 2 p.m. Sunday there
will be a teen fashion show
sponsored by Seventeen

.

MAGICIAN

Available For All Occasions

25 years experience

MAGICAL MEL

355-4999

Twch Up Your
SUMMER ENTERTAINING

Magazine. Children's Day,
Monday, will feature pup-
pet shows at 11 a.m. and 2
and 4 p.m. On Wednesday
at 2 and 7 p.m., there will
be "Image Maker" pro-
grams onfashion and
make-up. Mic
key Mouse
will appear Wednesday and
at -7 p.m. Thursday Ma-
demoiselle Magazine will
have a program. A choreo-
graphed fashion show will
take place at 2 and 7 p.m.
Aug.. 9.
* * *
TEL-12 MALL will fea-
ture an -antique show, dis-
playing country furniture,
rare books and clocks and
more, through Sunday in
the mall. Admission is free,
and the show is open during
regular mall
*
Merle L. Dreyfus has
been appointed a general
agent in Southfield for Occi-
dental Life Insurance Co. of
California. Dreyfus, a char-
tered life underwriter, is a
member of both the Nation-
al and the Detroit Associ-

.

547-2464

CASIH
F- CU FOUR
OLD FIJUS

Bring in that old

MINK

ations of Life Underwriters.
Joel F. Garfield, an asso-
ciate of the Detroit-Rose-
nwasser agency of the Mas-
sachusetts Mutual Life In-
surance Co., has completed
five days of specialized
study at the company's
Springfield, Mass., home of-
fice as a member of the
10th Pension Trust Sales
School for career under-
writers.
* * *
Left Hand Plus, Inc., a
mail-order business exclusi-
vely for left handers, now
offers needlepoint kits with
detailed instructions. A cata-
log of-over 100 other. items
for left handers is also avail-
able. Former Detroiter Roz
(Rom) Wattel is president
of the firm. For informa-
tion, write Left Hand Plus,
Inc., 9241 Normandy, Mor-
ton Grove, Ill. 60053.
* * *
Psychologist Dr. Nath-
aniel Branden will conduct
a four-day intensive work-
shop on "Self-Esteem and

the Art of Being," Aug. 25-
28 at the Northfield Hilton
hotel, Troy, sponsored by
Dr. Lee and Joyce Shul-
man. For information, call
Lee M. Shulman and Associ-
ates, 541-2660.

We'll pay you

CASH

Well sell it for you.

FANTASIA FUNS

Your Fantastic Companion

968-1888
Lincoln Center

26130 Greenfield Road
Oak Park, Michigan

4iNt
DAYTIME MADNESS SALE

SUMMER-SPRING-FALL
LOUNGE WEAR ek' s#,O,,0

ON THEM ALL w Al a /
70 OFF
LIMITED SIZES

If

-

SO HURRY!

4

BRAS SLIPS
PANTIES AND HOSE
ON ALL
OFF
THOSE



20%

OFFER EXPIRES AUG. 27th
OPEN DAILY 10 to 5
CLOSED SUNDAY

22111 COOLIDGE • 542 2439

-

SOUTH OF 9 MILE

MARION & IVA KAMINSKY

(owners)

Weddings, Parties,
Special Occasions

CALL 546-0980

358:5493

Sherwood

*

siudios ,Inc.


Fine Furniture to Live With

Fine Furniture and draperies mule in our own workshops for over SO years
Ben and Mark Morganroth, ASID, Professional Interior Designers
We accept Muter-Charge and BankArnericard
and our own revolving charge

Visit our Boutique shop 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. MON. thru SAT.

Tel-Twelve Mall — Southfield

Barbara was an art teacher
at Henry Ford II High
School in Sterling Heights
and taught jewelry-making.
Paula was a social worker
and has been an apprentice
with Barbara for more than
a year.
Creative Designs by Bar-
bara D. is closed on Mon-
days during August. For
store hours, call Creative_
Disigns, 644-1411.

12 Mile/Telegraph

354.9060

WINTER IS COMING!

BRING NEW LIFE TO YOUR PILLOWS,

QUILTS & COMFORTERS AT •

PILLOW
TALK

School Celebrates
10th Anniversary

8236 W. 9 MILE (Next To Kim's Gardens)

(Between Coolidge and Livernois)

CALL MORNINGS BET. 9 a.m. -1 p.m.
lin lAft
.
FOR INFORMATION & APPOINTMENT u 0 - MU

RAMAT GAN—The
school of social work at
Bar-Ilan University is cele-
brating 10 years since its
foundation. In an announce-
ment marking the occasion,
Dr, Emanuel Rackman,
president of Bar-Ilan, said
the school's growth had
been dynamic—from a first
class of 45 to more than 300
students; from one pro-
gram to a variety of pro-
grams which prepare Is-
raelis and immigrants to
meet the needs for social
workers in Israel.
The students are involved
in an educational program
_ which includes all forms of
social work practice with in-
dividuals, families, groups,
organizations, neighbor-
hoods, and communities.

• YOUR PILLOWS CLEANED & RE-
COVERED WHILE YOU WAIT'
• WE ALSO CLEAN & REMAKE DOWN
OR WOOL COMFORTERS—
REASONABLE
REGULAR. QUEEN & KING SIZE

■ N'"‘"‘"

:.‘"-

■ ‘• ■ •••'.'elt•- ■ "*"-SN'e

FELDBRO

QUALITY MEATS

(Trimmed Rite, Priced Rite)

NOW TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
20233 W. 7 MILE and
6676 ORCHARD LAKE RD. (W. Bloomfield Plaza)

USDA CHOICE
LEAN, TASTY

GROUND
CHUCK
PATTIES
$n 99
10# $9
u

Elected to Post

LONDON (JTA)—Dr.
Basil Bard has been elected
president of the Anglo-Jew-
ish Association, succeeding
Victor Lucas. Neville Sand-
elson, MP, was elected delp-
uty president.

The Jewish Anti-Fascist
Committee was a group of
Jewish public figures and in-
tellectuals in the Soviet
Union organized during
World War II on the in-
itiative of the Soviet govern-
ment to mobilize world Jew-
ish support for the Soviet
war effort against Nazi Ger-
many.

EVELYN TAMMY

Pianist and Accompanist

Licensed Electrologist
FREE Consultation
private and confidential by appointmeilt

.

Paula Levitan and Bar-
bara - Dabrowski have
opened Creative Designs by
Barbara D. at 704 N. Wood-
ward in Birmingham.
The new shop has fine
gold and silver jewelry, in-
cluding many custom-de-
signed, one-of-a-kind items.
The two women plan to
distribute some of their de-
signs natOnally. Their work
has appeared in a number
ofjuned art shows locally
and one of Barbara's neck-
laces won best-in-show
honors at the Fairfield, Ill.
Art Fair in 1976. That piece
is on display at Creative De-
signs.
Paula is the daughter of
the former director of the
Greater Detroit Israel Bond
Organization, Louis Levi-
tan. Paula and Barbara
were neighbors in Hunting-
ton Woods.

Soloist and Singer

:

PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL


New jewelry Shop
Opens in Birmingham

coat you've been
looking at for
years but not
wearing.

- With Music
GAIL WHITE

Stook your freezer now!

k

USDA CHOICE
BONELESS ROLLED

SIRLOIN
TIP
$14 ,

Great for BarBQ!

20233 W.7 MILE

6676 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

2 blocks W. of Evergreen
corner Kentfield

South of Maple
West Bloomfi -l• Plaz

Mon. thru Sat.
8 to 6
SUNDAY 8 to 4

KE 4-7522

Mon. thru Sat.
8 to 6
Closed Sunday

656

FREE PARKING AT BOTH LOCATIONS

N. N.

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