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November 04, 1977 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-04

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48 Friday, November 4, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Like garden, like garden-
er.

r

-MANNY CHUDNOW'S

BETTER BUSINESS

The PTA of the Beth
Jacob School for Girls will
have a family night supper
and musical program 5 p.m.
Sunday in the new school
building, 32605 Bellvine Tr.,
Birmingham.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call Adele Git-
tleman, 967-3612.

EQUIPMENT CO.

29.95
DESKS
FILES
24.99
CASH REGISTER
79.50
CALCULATORS
9.99
ADDING
COMPLETE Showroom of
MACHINES 9.99
Budget and Fine

Executive Furniture

WANTED...
NEW - USED
ANY USED
RENTALS • LEASES
TYPEWRITERS
• TRADE-INS
WE BUY USED FURNITURE

I

OPEN

Israel Bond Dinner Creates
Detroit-Caesarea Golf Link

Beth Jacob PTA
Plans Program

SAT. 548-8404

All equipment guaranteed

231

92°
$13"."
'45

PERMS (free Haircut with perm)
FROSTING & STREAKING
SHAMPOOT & SET

Largest Selection Of Bras

Lu

I

WEDNESDAY
SPECIALS

What's cheap is expen-
sive.

W. 9-Mile Rd., Ferndale
V2 Block West of Woodward

TUESDAY

ASK FOR MINDAY
Mary-Jo Beauty Salon
545-0620

THE RECORD SHOWS

WHY CHARMTTE M.

ROMSTI i N

MUST BE RE-ELECTED
TO THE
OAK PARK CITY COUNCIL

If you've worn a Bali • you know
what true comfort and beautiful
support really is. If not, this is your
opportunity to experience true
luxury. There's a Bali style perfect
for everyone, and this week your
style is on sale. Come in today and
well fit you in luxury.

Alvin Shapiro, left, president of Tam-O-Shanter Country
Club, and Dan Kahn, Israel Bond chairman for the club,
practice putting below a flag from its sister golf club in
Caesarea, Israel. At a recent dinner on behalf of Israel
Bonds, club manager Russ Barget suggested using golf
flags with Hebrew numbers on the course. The day after he
made his suggestion, an Israeli colonel happened to be in
Detroit and was approached with the idea. A golf enthusiast
himself, the colonel followed up on the request, and soon 18
flags came as a gift to the Detroit club. Meanwhile, plans
are, being discussed for an annual "long-distance" tourna-
ment, taking place simultaneously in Israel -and Detroit.

We Have Your Size!
Personal Attention And
At For All Sizes, From
Petite To Full Figure.

Sale Ends Nov. 13th

214

2 1a .2419eide

28805 Evergreen, at 12 Mile Road
Country Village Center-Phone 355-5599

Open Daily 10 til 5p.m. • Thursday til 7p.m.

.■■■•■■

Jewish College
Students to Hold
Fall Gatherings
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-

THE CLOTHES PIN

32652 Franklin Road / (Above Market Basket Foods)

6010

G o 10 c0

Sale Begins

MON., NOV 7th

Final)

(Ali Sales

HOURS: 10:30 - 4:30

• Winter Coats
• Skirts
• Sweaters

• Blazers
• Hand- Bags
• Slacks

• Dresses
• Jackets
• Blouses

SIZES 6-14

626-5555

s Ot

THE

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BANKAMERICARO

GIFT THESAURUS

ANNOUNCES A SUPER

4: 9'4,

SALE!

Off Entire Inventory Of'

Lucite, Wood, Crystal, Ceramics, Glassware,
Casual China, Flatware, Aprons and Tablecloths

Offer Expires Saturday, Nov. 11th

ALL SALES FINAL!

No Charges Accepted During This Offer

Open This Sunday, Nov. 6th, For Your Shopping Convenience
11:00 a.m. -4 p.m.

Shop Early for the Holidays and Save

Country Village Center
20099 W. 12 Mile Rd. (12 Mile & Evergreen)
Southfield 357-0353

Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00 a.m. -5 p.m.
Sunday 11:00 a.m. -4 p.m.

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tion at Wayne State Univer-
sity will sponsor the first in
a series of coffee houses 8
p.m_ Nov. 10, in Temple
Emanu-El.
Folksinger Gary Karp
will entertain. Refresh-
ments will be served and
board games, will be avail-
able. The event is chaired
by Paul Magy, Hillel board
member. College-age indi-
viduals are invited. There is
a charge. For information,
call the Hillel office, 577-
3459.
Meanwhile, the Jewish
Students Organization of
Oakland University will
sponsor a lecture by Victor
Herman noon Wednesday at
Oakland Center on campus.
Herman will speak on
"My 45 Years in Russia:
The Whole Story." A ques-
tion and answer period will
follow. Students and the
general public are invited.
Admission is free.

Member Oak Park Council, 1973-1977
Mayor Pro Tern, 1976-77
Member Oak Park Recreation Advisory Board
Member Arts and Cultural. Commission
Member Beautification Advisory Commission
Member Women's Committee Bicentennial Commission
Past Chairman, Oak Park Symphony Society
Charter Member Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary Oak Park
Citizens Advisory Committee to the Oak Park Board of Education
Past President, District #6 Bnai Brith Young Women
Safety Study Cprnmittee Oak Park Council of Community Organizations
Sinai Hospital Womens Guild • Member Hadassah
Past President Pepper PTA
Past Women's Singles Champ Oak Park Tennis Club
















A PROVEN COMMUNITY LEADER WITH
23 YEARS OF ACTIVE CIVIC SERVICE
VOTE TUES., NOV. 8

Paid for by The Committee
For the Re-Election of
Charlotte M. Rothstein
24601 Westhampton
Oak Park, Mich. 48237

ROMS_TdiN

VOTE NOV 8

AND

BE
SURE!

ADD INTEGRITY AND CONFIDENCE BACK
IN SOUTHFIELD CITY GOVERNMENT!
E LE CT... Steve S.

SOUTHFIELD COUNCIL

Detroiters Club .
in Florida Meets

The Detroit Club of North
Miami Beach will hold its
next meeting Nov. 21 in the _
Washington Federal Bank
building, 167th St. and Sixth
Ave.
The group will hold its
eighth annual dinner-dance
and show Feb. 12 at the
-Carillon Hotel on Collins
Ave. Louis Corman is ticket
chairman. •

CHARISME M.

SOUTHFIELD CITY COUNCIL, 1969-1975
COUNCIL * RI:4ES. 1973-1975
MAYOR PRO-TEM 1973-1975

HIS RECORD SPEAKS FOR ITSELF

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE
911 EMERGENFY TELEPHONE ASSISTANCE SYSTEM
CONSTRUCTION OF McDONNELL TOWERS
COMPLETED CIVIC CENTER COMPLEX
CONSTRUCTED BEECHWOOD CENTER RECREATION
COMPLEX
• POLICE K-9 CORPS
SOUTHFIELD ZONING BOARD
• RECREATION COMPLEX
OF APPEALS--8 YRS.
• ADDED POLICE & FIRE
Paid for by inends For Flunte Committee
PERSONNEL







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