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August 24, 1979 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, August 24, 1919

Bnai Brith Activities - 1

For the Finest

Wedding and
Bar Mitzve Album

Call

WINER

And Associates

357-1010

IVAN , S. BLOCH
CHAPTER will start its af-
ternoon bowling league
12:45 p.m. Monday at Ark
Lanes West. To join the
league, call Jean Geer,
968-8971. The evening
bowling league will begin 9
p.m. Sept. 4 at Oak Park

OPTICAL ODYSSEY

(Formerly Metropolitan Optical Center)
ORCHARD MALL 15 MILE & ORCHARD LAKE RD.

For Appointments call 851 9898

-

Fri. 10-8:30

Open Tues.-Sat. 10-5:30

ZONE YEAR BREAKAGE GUARANTEE

I

MANY DESIGNER FRAMES
TO CHOOSE FROM AT
Qa
mr, LOW INTRODUCTORY PRICES OD

Mark Igol, Optician

Lanes. To join, call Joan
Janis, 968-0987.

* * *

DOWNTOWN-FOX
CHAPTER will meet 8
p.m. Wednesday at the
Maple House Restaurant,
10 Mile and Southfield
Roads.

* * *

OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE announces Harry
Weitzman has been named
acting president for the rest
of the program year, owing
to the death of President
David Weiner. The lodge
will have a social evening
with dinner and games 7
p.m. Sept. 11 at Cong. Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses.
Cocktails will be served at
6:30 p.m. with dinner fol-

lowing. There is a charge for
the member-only event.
Reservations deadline is
Sept. 6. For information,
call David Redisch, 559-
5739.

* * *

DETROIT AND MAR-
SHALL LODGES are still
seeking bowlers for the
1979-1980 season. The
lodges will bowl 6:45 p.m.
Wednesday at Strike 'N
Spare Lanes, beginning
Sept. 5. Interested bowlers
should call Sam Turbow,
477-0185, after 4 p.m.

* * *

TIKVAH LODGE is still
seeking bowlers with a
minimum 140 average for
its early-bird bowling

* * *

Bnai Brith World Board
Plans Sept. Kick-Off Dinner

We're All-America*

league to begin 7 p.m. Mon-
day at Ark West Lanes. For
information, call Izzy
Liebowitz, 557-0966; or
Perry Applebaum, 968-
0057.

Lights! Action!

MACK PITT

Orchestra

And His

DISCO MACHINE

Stereophonic Dolby
Sound!
Pop-Soul-Top 40

3 8-3 42

-.1EMINEM.

FREDDY
SHEYER
(Famous One Man Orchestra)

Playing All J.C.C. Dances

(available for all occasions)

• Live Music • Disco Tapes
Also Duo or Trio

398-2462

I

eweler

t I/.

SELECTED JEWELRY

(.0111'1,LTE JEN\ Ii.1.1t1 SERN ICE

13720 W. 9 Mile. Rd., Oak Park, Mich.

LI 7-5068

Near Post Office

The Most Profitable Way to
Sell Your Household and
Personal Possessions is through

K & B ASSOCIATES

HOUSEHOLD SALES-
ESTATE LIQUIDATIONS-APPRAISALS

No obligation
of course

569-0237

Consider Southfield

Stop in, write or call. We'll be glad to give
you complete housing and community in-
formation.

Southfield Home Information Center

Southfield Civic Center
26000 Evergreen Rd. P.O. Box 2055
Southfield, Michigan 48037

(313) 354-4400

A Free City Service

* May 23, 1979 by the National Municipal
League, Southfield selected one of eleven
cities in the nation.

Members of the Bnai Brith International Board of
Governors who met at Grossinger's to discuss the
Sept. 10 kick-off dinner at Adat Shalom Synagogue
for the Bnai Brith Foundation, were, seated, from left:
David Blumberg, international fund-raising chair-
man; Jack Spitzer, international president of Bnai
Brith; and Dr. William Haber, guest speaker for the
event. Standing are, from left: David Bittker,
president-elect District 6; Dr. Daniel Thursz, execu-
tive vice president, Bnai Brith International, Sol
Moss; and Louis Weber, chairman, Bnai Brith Found-
ation Committee.

* * *

MUSIC
MUSIC
MUSIC
HAL
GORDON

• ORCHESTRA • TRIO • SOLO PIANO

355-4999

DO SOMETHING NICE FOR YOURSELF ... AND JERRY'S KIDS
AUGUST 24th, 25th, 26th
NAIL-A-THON

Watch for our
newest location opening
soon in West Bloomfield.

eg
‘44

Now, have the lovely fingernails you have dreamed
about for your donation to the Jerry Lewish Telethon.
Valentine Nails will be sponsoring the Flying Emery
Board Nail-A-Thon on:
Friday, August 24th . . . Saturday, August 25th . .
Sunday, August 26th
Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Evening Hours Available)
Appointments Recommended
Special Nail-A-Thon Prices:
New Set . . . $50.00 Value . . . Nail-A-Thon Price .. .

$35.00
Special Rates on Wrappings, Coatings, Fill-in-Repairs

Under New Ownership

VALENTINE NAILS .

ALL PROFITS DONATED TO THE
JERRY LEWISH MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY TELETHON
Special rates apply to 3 day event, only.

Call For An Appointment 645-5292

Jr1LENTINE MILS

280 N. Woodward, B'ham.

BB Women's
Chapter in HW

A new Bnai Brith
Women's chapter is forming
for women in the Hun-
tington Woods area. An
organizational meeting will
take place 8 p.m. Monday in
the home of Sylvia Ross,
13110 Vernon, Huntington
Woods.
For information, call
Emily Rogow, 352-5557; or
Barbara Levine, 398-7577.

Magazine Banned

PARIS (JTA) — A war-
time German magazine,
"Signal," has been banned
by the French government
at the request of former con-
centration camp inmates
and resistance fighters
organizations.
The magazine is an exact
replica of the Nazi publica-
tion. It was generally con-
sidered a collector's item
among those involved in ob-
taining World War II
memorabilia.
Several anti-Nazi groups
expressed fear that the
magazine would "contami-
nate" its readers and spread
Nazi propaganda.

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