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March 14, 1980 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-14

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54 Friday, March 14, 1980

WC.
Trojan

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

p.m. Wednesday at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods. There
is a charge. Officers to be
"Son of C. Trojan"
installed are: Linda
Appfelblat, president; Pola
CUSTOM FURNITURE
Weiner, Helen Kozuch, Fay
& CARPET CLEANING
Adelsberg, Helga Plonskier
ON LOCATION
and Sima Yarcike, vice
* * *
FREE ESTIMATES
presidents; Mania Lesh,
Phone
ALBERT EINSTEIN president-elect; Shirley
CHAPTER will have its Rosenberg, treasurer; and
576-1140
25th installation- dinner 6 Sara Cwaigenberg, Tola
Gilberg, Pauline Kleinberg
and Eva Birenholz,
Mind
secretaries.
Exciting entertainment for your club or organization. An
Board members are: Rona
amazing demonstration of ESP and mind readirig with audi-
Bakalar, Sylvia Feld, Anna
ence participation.
Fisk, Betty Gelman, Rachel
547-2464
Mel Eisenberg
Growe, Fay Lachman, Rose
r
Neuman, Pauline
Sztarkman, Shirley Tenen-
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24133 W. 10 Mile
Wiener, Elizabeth Dell,
10 Mile & Telegraph
S.E. Cc
Esther Halpern, Felicia
Slfd., Mi., 356 3030
Shloss, Gabriella Weiss,
Miriam Slaim and Sylvia
of
10
Mile
&
Woodward
N.
Ross.
1512 S. Woodward
For information, call
Royal Oak, Mi., 546 5151
Lena Yaffee, chairman,
546-4956; Leah Zucker, co-
NAME BRANDS AT WHOLESALE PRICES!
chairman, 626-4974; or Lola
50 lb. box_
12‘ per
(does 250
Pines, ticket chairman,
wash
washes)
Institutional Pak
358-0715. Linda MOss, past
Concentrated
7c per
(does 250
president
of the Bnai Brith
Detergent
wash
washes)
Women's Council will be in-
Money Back Guanantee
stalling officer.

REY-UT UNIT will have
a Las Vegas Night party 8
p.m. March 29 at Botsford
Inn, Farmington Hills.
There is a charge. Proceeds
benefit Rey-Ut projects. Tic-
kets will be available at the
door.

mysteries of the

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TIDE $30
DEW $18

* * *

Allergy Problems? We have the laundry detergent
used and recommended by many dermatologists

OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE will hold a dinner
program 7 p.m. March 25 at
the Furniture Club. Hors
d'oeuvres will be served at
6:30. The program will fea-
ture the Bikurim dancers.
Wives, prospective mem-
bers, relatives and friends
are invited. There is a
charge. For information and
reservations, call David -Re-
disch, 557-4271.
* * *
NATANYA CHAPTER
will have a games night
7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
Carlyle Towers Apts. club
room. Members are re-
quested to bring rummikub,
mahjongg and other games.
Friends are invited. For in-
formation, call Mildred
Benstein, 476-3653; or Lil-
lian Epstein, 537-3822.

NAT Formerly
MARGOLIS
FURNITURE
of Detroit, Mich.

Serving you in Florida with

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at DISCOUNT PRICES

• Dixie • Broyhill • Stanley • Serta
• Spring Aire • A Complete Line of
Convertibles & Dinettes
Special Orders Accepted

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FURNITURE
phone orders accepted

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(305) 561-0600

EVERYDAY LOWEST PRICES

bisor

NEW ARRIVALS THIS WEEK.

AMUROL YOGURT
SWIRL CANDY BARS

Peach, Raspberry, Strawberry

reg. 25c

2

for

23c

5000 to sell

BETTY CROCKER
SNACKIN CAKE

"SUDDENLY SPAGHETTI"

by Sanwa Food

(Banana Walnut & Apple Sauce Raisin)

15 oz. reg. $1.07 7cc
Cooks in 3 minutes — Mushroom
550 to sell • w

BETTY CROCKER
STIR 'N FROST

& Meatless Italian Flavor

3 ozs.

2 1 C

2400 to sell

LOCTITE GLUEMATIC
SUPER GLUE PEN

reg. $2.80 each

59

each

Dispenses only 1 drop at a time.
No waste. No mess.
6000 to sell

I MARCH SPECIAL I
%
OFF
SUEDE &
I
1 LEATHER CLEANING
1

I
REPAIR &
I

Bnai Brith Activities

Devils Food with Chocolate Frosting
Yellow with Chocolate Frosting

13 1/2 oz. reg. $1.077 5 c

TOTES

includes cake m
55 ix 0, t r o eas de yll to spread
frosting and 5x7" cake pan

44 sq. inch. made of warm challis

READY FILE
FOR HOME & OFFICE

RAIN SHAWL

reg. $14.95

$

459

Great for tax time. Includes 10 fol-
ders, file box & index tab.

reg. $8.

$4 199

180 to sell

Southfield just north of 12 Mile
Farrell Shopping Center, Southfield

Mon., Thurs. & Fri. 10-9, Tues. & Wed. 10-6
Saturday 10-7, Sunday 12-5
Visa MasterCharge

552-0555

TIKVAH LODGE will
hold a meeting 8 p.m.
Thursday in the new Bnai
Brith offices, 25835 South-
field, Southfield. John Mul-
doon of Detroit Edison will
present a program on
"Energy." The public is in-
vited free of charge. Re-
freshments will be served.

* * *

ISRAEL CHAPTER
will hold its 31st annual in-
stallation of officers 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center.. Officers to be
installed by Molly Sales,
past president of the Bnai
Brith Women's Council,
are: President Rose Kohen;
vice presidents, Gertrude
Tait, Ann Cutler, Sharon
Winans and Lee Robins;
secretaries, Esther Borons-
tein, Ida Fenkel, Ann
Fishman and Helen Plis-
kow; treasurer, Bertha
Fischer; counselor, Esther
Applebaum.
Board members are: Bess
Leiser, Hilda Alspector,
Molly Ferlager, Fay Meyer,
Audrey Silverman, Ann
Michalowsky, Shoshanah
Edelson, Miriam Ferst, Ann
Milgrom, Jeannette
Goldberg, Bea Malone and
Francine Horwitch.
Entertainment will be
provided by Nancy Bojanic
and Jerry Kovacs, disco
dancers. Relatives and
friends a're invited. Sharon
Winans and Ruth Blumberg
will provide refreshments.

presidents; Diane Freilich,
treasurer; Mark Gantz, El-
liot Margolis and Frederick
Steinhardt, secretaries;
Stephen Cooper, chaplain;
and Ernest Shaw, adviser.
Board of directors in-
cludes: Alan Tilchen, Allen
Glass, Kenneth Lynn, Louis
Barden, Paul Sherr, Peter
Alter, Jeffrey Chase, Gor-
don Gold, Judy Wylene,
Samuel Bernstein, Herbert
Burdick, Sheridan
Holzman, Sheldon Toll,
Alvin Salem, David Ruskin,
Joseph Rodd, Norman Rob-
bins, Allan Tushman, Al-
bert Holtz, Barry Seifman,
Lawrence Pepper, Kenneth
Bershad, Shirley Saltzman,
Milton Weinstein, Harry
Klein, Steve Cohen, David
Kratze and H. Barry Wood-
row.

* * *

BARRISTERS UNIT
elected Harry Ellman
president at its recent elec-
tion meeting. Other officers
are: Joseph Fischer, Roge
Siegel, Allan Ackerman
and Jessica Cooper, vice

ALTERATIONS

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1 2910 N. Woodward, Royal Oak
I
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I
543-5700
1

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10612 W. 9 Mile
3 blocks E. of Scotia
I
closed Monday
576-0575
I
— WITH THIS COUPON

* * *

CENTENNIAL LODGE
will meet 8 p.m. Thursday
in the Franklin Pointe Apts.
club house. Broker Paul
Stern will speak on "Gold
and Silver." Guests and the
public are invited.

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NOW AT

SPORTS FAIR

TEL-12 MALL

Telegraph & 12 Mile Roads

352-0520

SOUTHFIELD, MICH.

* * *

357-1056

Bnai Brith-JNF
Brunch Nears

Recognizing the need to
provide ways to rehabilitate
and sustain the Galilee
Region of Israel, Bnai Brith
men and women are re
sponding overwhelmingly
to the invitation to attend
the annual Presidents
Brunch, 10 a.m. March 23 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue
Admission is by the pur-
chase of three trees plus a
nominal fee. The event is
being planned in coopera-
tion with Jewish National
'Fund.
This year, a new forest to
be known as the "Forest of
Peace" (commemorating
the signing of the peace
treaty between Israel and
Egypt), is being established
by the Bnai Brith men and'
women of Detroit.
Daniel Mann, interna-
tional director of Bnai
Brith's Israel Commission,
is the guest speaker.
Meyer Littky is chairman
of the Bnai Brith Israel
"Forest of Peace" commit-
tee. Co-Chairmen are
Charles Fink and Harry
Michelson. President of the
men's council is Floyd
Bornstein, and president of
women's council is Sylvia
Ross.
For reservations or in-
formation, call the JNF
office, 557-6644.

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