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October 27, 1978 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, October 21, 1918

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Chains • Frames • Tintype Photos •

• Personalized for the occasion for your guests to take home.







for info call

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967-0059
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CLOTHES PIN

SWEATER
SALE

50%

OFF

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
(Sadie) Gottlieb of South
field will celebrate their
golden wedding anniver-
sary Saturday, and will
commemorate the occasion
with a trip to Israel given to
them by their children.
Married in Detroit in
1928 by Rabbi Joseph
Eisenman, the couple has
been active in Jewish com-
munal affairs. Aside from
his plate glass industry,
Gottlieb was active in Bnai
Brith, serving as president
of Louis Marshall Lodge
from 1958 to 1959. He is a
recipient of Bnai Brith's
Award of Merit. He was
cited for bringing in the
most new members in the
organization and was cited

E. LAMPRON

on

Custom
Carpet

a select group of sweaters
while supply lasts

Furniture
Cleaning

32652 Franklin Rd., Franklin, Mich.

(above the market basket)
10:30-4:30 M-S 626-5555

Over 30 Yrs. Exp.

531-5252

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SPECIAL

4 DAYS ONLY

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FRI. THRU MON.
OCT. 27-30

0496

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DRESS SHIRT AND TIE

with the purchase of any — suit or

sport coat and slack outfit or top coat

ALL 1978-79 FASHIONS

COUNTRY LOOK

SUITS

TRADITIONAL-CLASSIC

ALL WOOL VELOUR

TOP COATS

CASHMERE - TWILLS

HARRIS TWEEDS

SPORT COATS

NOW

•COMPARE

-300
S19A 5T

$97 5° - $1 85

$195 - $250 0

$1 10 -'$155

ALL WOOL

COMPARE
AT

BLENDS

97 50 - $1.65

NOW

COMPARE
AT

PLAIDS - SOLIDS

'SLACKS

NOW

COMPARE
AT

$27.50 - $55

$55 - $87 5°

NOW

30%

TO

50% OFF

PLUS SAVINGS ON ZIP OUT RAINCOATS - DRESS SHIRTS - TIES

LOVE CLOTHING CO.

28851 SOUTHFIELD 1 blk. S. of 12 Mi. Rd. LATHRUP VILLAGE -

-vp.-

master crtarge
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559-0666

SALE HOURS: FRI. 10-9, SAT. SUN. AND MON., 10 TO 5:30

MEM
VISA

Hattiesburg, Mississippi
forbids one to swing on or
hang signs across the
sidewalks of the city.

f'GOLDEN
GALS
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Jewelry







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1n Ray & Ida's Dress Shop

28970 Orchard Lake Rd.

bet. 12 & 13 Mile Rd.



All 14 & 18Kt Gold

•Chains
•Earrings



•Charm Holders •Charms
etc.
•Bracelets

AT 30% OFF
Tues. thru Sat. 10-4
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THE GOTTLIEBS

by his lodge with a grove of
1,000 trees in the Bnai
Brith Forest in Israel.
He has been active in ef-
forts on behalf of Israel
Bonds and was awarded a
citation for his work for the
organization. He also par-
ticipates in the cash collec-
tion drive of the Allied
Jewish Campaign and was
Bnai Brith Jewish National
Fund chairman and its
representative to the
Greater Detroit JNF Coun-
cil.
The former Saide
Hayman, Mrs. Gottlieb
has been active in efforts
on behalf of Soviet Jews.
With her husband, she
holds membership in
Cong. Beth Achim and
the couple were affiliated
with its predecessor con-
gregation, Ahavas
Achim. They also are
members of Cong. Beth
Tefilo Emanuel Tikva.
Their children are Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Gottlieb,
Mr. and Mrs. • Jerald
Gottlieb and Mr. and Mrs.
Allan Gottlieb. The senior
Gottliebs have five
grandchildren.

Emigres Sought
in Detroit Area

Value to S30

In California a housewife
may go to prison if she
doesn't cook her dusting
cloth after using it.

The Greater Detroit Sec-
tion, National Council of
Jewish Women, in conjunc-
tion with the United HIAS
Service, is seeking- the
whereabouts of immigrants
from Eastern Europe be-
lieved to be living in the
metropolitan Detroit area.
Persons being sought are:
Elena Aleksandrova,
Ruchel Himelfarb, Paul
Gofman of -Russia, Paul
Stephen, Riva Viselman,
Gita Shaket of Russia,
Necha Korchak (nee
Kalika) of Russia, Albert
Lipton of Russia and Peisya
Gershovich Tabachnik.
Anyone with information
on the whereabouts of these
persons should call Donna
Slatkin, chairman of the
Service to the Foreign Born
of the NCJW, 851-4840.

Labor Zionist
Branch to Gather

Arlazaroff - Avrunin
Branch of the Labor Zionist
Alliance will meet noon
Sunday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Brunch will be
served.
committee
Cultural
members Jeanette Serling
and Adele Mondry have ar-
ranged a program. David
Silver will speak on "Buil-
ders of Israel in the Past and
Now."

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`AGENT OF
THE MONTH

It is a pleasure to announce that

MELVIN WEISZ y , C

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has received the agent-of-the-month award as the most ,out-
standing Representative of our Detroit-Rosenwasser Agency.
The award is in recognition of his excellent service to his
policyholders and our Agency.

Seymour M. Rosenwasser; C.L.U.
General Agent

30800 Northwestern Hwy.,
Farmington Hills 48018

642-5146

MASSACNUSITTS MUTUAL LIP! INSUNANCI COMPANY

Springfield, Massachusetts, Orrani.rd

L./
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Albert A.
Kramer

for

Oakland County
Circuit Judge

CREDENTIALS

Practicing attorney, 29 years

State Representative, Michigan House of
Representatives, served three terms

Presently a Special Assistant Attorney General

Present Legal Counsel, Michigan House of
Representatives, Committee on Insurance

Former 3 year public member, Executive Managingook .1
Board of Director of Blue Shiels

Former Vice President Zionist Federation of Detroit

Thirty year member Jewish War Veterans and Bnai
Brith

Member and former officer of Bnai Moshe

Recipient of Commendation from City of Southfield
for legislative efforts authorizing Civic Center
recreational facility to be built

PAID BY COMMITTEE TO ELECT KRAMER FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE
24901 NORTHWESTERN HIGHWAY
SOUTHFIELD, MI. 48075

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