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March 16, 1979 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-16

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Two Events Aid AJC-IEF

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

r

Singles Events

CRITERION CLUB will
hold an informal dance 9
p.m. Saturday ifi the Oak
Park Community Center.
Johnny C and his or-
chestra will entertain. So-
cial mixers,- refreshments
and prizes will highlight the
evening. For information,
call Cecile Bartholomew,
559-8397, or Esther Ber-
shad, 543-6294.
* * *
MICHIGAN JEWISH
SINGLES COUNCIL will
join the Single Young Adult
Department of the Jewish
Community Center for a
"Tropical Delight Party" 8
p.m. Saturday at the main
Jewish Center. There is a
charge, and refreshments
will be served.

* * *_,

Shown are two recent meetings to benefit the 1979
Allied Jewish Campaign - Israel Emergency Fund. In
the top photograph, Philip Slomovitz, editor and pub-
lisher of The Jewish News, is shown addressing the
Metropolitan Division kick-off: Division chairman
Jerome B. Greenbuam is seated next to Slomovitz. In
the bottom photograph, at the Medical and Osteo-
pathic Physicians Sections dinner are, from left,
seated, Dr. Ralph Coskey and speaker Mos
he Arad.
Standing are Drs. Sidney J. Katz, Stephan R. Morse
and Conrad Giles.

SINGLE YOUNG
ADULT DEPARTMENT
of the Jewish Community
Center still is taking reser-
vations for its "California

gunz (14/E dding

itc: : 12 p w ( :472-22i9-E
,w

I Business Briefs

Lens Opening Camera
and Video will celebrate
its second year in business
with an anniversary sale. A
beginners camera course
will be held in conjunction,
with the celebration. The
course will begin 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the shop, lo-
cated at Northwestern
Highway and Inkster Road

in Applegate Square.
The American United
Life Insurance Agency
managed by General Agent
Gerald D. Krause in Troy
was recognized for recruit-
ment and retention of
agents at a banquet held re-
cently in Indianapolis in
conjunction with an A.U.L.
general agents' meeting.

* * *

Wachler Named Gemologist

Leonard "Buzz" Wachler
has successfully completed
the training required by the
Gemological Institute of
America and has been
awarded the title of
gemologist. The training
consists of three separate
courses: diamohds, colored
stones and gem identifica=
tion.

Jewish Marriage
Encounter Topic
of Local Event

,..-----„Livonia Jewish Congre-
tion Sisterhood will host
BUZZ WACHLER
--./community information
Wachler,
30, is a graduate
night for the Michigan
Chapter of the Jewish Mar- of Wayne State University.
riage Encounter 8 p.m. He began his apprentice-
ship at age' 13, and has been
April 3 in the synagogue.
working
with the family
Guest speakers will be
Mr. and Mrs. Bob (Kathy) firm full-time for the past
Tarnow and Mr. and Mrs. seven years. His design for
spiraled diamond and gold
Sheldon (Sharon) Rocklin.
The encounter experience earrings won the 1977
involves a weekend de- Diamonds Today Award.
signed to give married
Soviet Sabbath
couples the opportunity to
look deeply into their life
NEW YORK (JTA) — As
together. It is designed for ,recommended by the Na-
. couples of all ages who want tional Conference on Soviet
Jewry, the Synagogue
to grow in their marriage.
Speakers are available to Council of America has pro-
speak to area groups. For in- claimed Saturday "Shabat
formation, 'call the Jerry of Concern for Soviet Jewish
-1_,--, Viedrahs, 557-6713.
prisoners of conscience."

\

Friday, March 16, 1979 39

Wine Tasting Party" slated
to take place 8 p.m. March
26 in Room 134 of the main
Center building. Aperitif
will be served at 7:30 p.m.
Joe Rothenberg, wine con-
sultant, will conduct the
wine tasting program.
There is a charge, and paid
reservations are due by
Saturday. For details, call
the Center, 661-1000, ext.
219.
* * *
SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES will join the
Michigan- Jewish Singles
Council and the Single
Young Adult Department of
the Jewish Community
Center for a program 8 p.m.
Sunday in the main Jewish
Center. Morton and Naomi
Eden, members of the Indi-
vidual• Freedom Founda-
tion, will discuss "Cults." A
social hour will follow.
There is a charge. All sing-
les are invited.

Fine Table and
Household

LINENS

20-40% OFF

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Hilda 968-6348

AT LONG LAST! ANOTHER
DISCOUNT
JEWELRY STORE

We know you have been wailing for us, so here we
are. 14 & 18kt solid gold chains, charms and
bracelets. You name it, we'll get it!

GOLDEN GOODIES

Gold & Gifts
5640 W. Maple, W. Bloomfield

located in the palm of the hand job nail salon

626-6111

6718 Orchard Lake Rd. 851-8020
Orchard Lake Rd. Hours 13905 W. 9 Mile Rd. 399-9699
Daily 9-8
We carry a full line of Deli items
Sunday 8-6
'

reg. or sweet
24 Oz. Jar

GEFILTE
FISH
reg. or Old. Vienna

27 Oz. Can



MISS LAKER

FANTINA
CHEESE
$i 99

1

IMPORTED
CHEESE

$159

32 Oz. Jar t99
reg. or sweet 'V

Oak Park Hours
Daily 7-6
Sunday 6-5

JARLSBERG

Rokeach

GEFILTE
FISH

$159

*$239
1.

,

IDAUO .
BANANAS POTATOES

1 9cm.

lb.

10 lb. bag

AVAILABLE At ORCHARD LAKE STORE ONLY

Wall Hangings
on Display at -
Borman Hall

Original wall hangings
representing Judaic themes
are currently on display at
Borman Hall, Jewish Home
for Aged. -
The hangings were
created by The Needlet-
hreaders, a group of local
artisans whose works are
created with fabrics of very-
ing textures and colors, and
enhanced by - creative
stitchery.
Dorothy Harwood, a
member of The Needlet-
hreaders, assembled the
banners for ht eBorman
show, which may be viewed
through March 28. This
project is made possible
with the support of the state
of Michigan through a grant
from the Michigan Council
for the Arts.

SOLO FLIGHT will hold
a Joe Cornell Dance Special
featuring disco. dance in-
struction 8 p.m. Thursday
at Temple Beth El. Re-
freshments will be served,
and there is a charge. Sing-
les age 30 and older are in-
vited.

_
. _
_____
SAM -& SONS FRUIT MARKET
MARKET

Mrs. Adler's

Mr. and Mrs: Irving
Laker of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
theiidaughter, Kim Lori, to
Alan Jeffery Brown, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morton S.
Brown of Waban, Mass.
Miss Laker was
graduated from Pine Manor
College in Chestnut Hills,
Mass. Her fiance was
graduated from Northeast-
ern College of Boston.
A June wedding is
planned.

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RUM ,-_,

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CORNED
BEEF

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lb.

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