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March 21, 1980 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

UNBELIEVABLE!
FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF!

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INTERIOR SERVICE PLAN

557-6830

Call For Free Brochure
and More Information

Bond Reinvestment Unit Formed

Nearly $4 million in loan
fund dollars, gained from
sales of coupon and Israel
Savings Bonds in Detroit,
will no longer be available
to Israel this year because
these bonds have matured.
(The national figure for ma-

mysteries of the mind

Exciting entertainment for your club or organization. An
amazing demonstration of ESP and mind readihg with audi-
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• your candlelighting ceremony in poetry
• a Balloon Man for your child's birthday party
• Strolling Strings for wedding ceremony and dinner music
• a magician to entertain at Bnai Mitzvah
t. • a woodwind quintet for the unique wedding
• a caricature artist for any kind of get-together
• professional hostesses for a club golf outing
• a classical guitarist and flutist for smaller receptions
• a "double-talker" to liven things up at your corporation party
• a "pick-pocket" who will "steal your guests blind"
• a mime artist to astound at any function
• a Dixieland band to blend with your New Orleans theme
• a friendly staff who will be most happy to answer your most
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DON'T BUY BLINDS!*

*UNTIL YOU LOOK INTO THE
"PLAIN AND SIMPLE WINDOW BLIND DEAL"

You've seen the ads. They offer huge discounts on
"name-brand" window blinds. But the bottom line
tells the real story. "Huge discounts" can be applied
to inflated price lists and inferior merchandise. And
after all the extras are added, that discount doesn't
look so huge.

WINDOWORKS GIVES YOU BEST
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FREE, no obligation estimate.
FREE installation (Oakland County)
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For information, call 933-6700.

WINDOWORKS

The Israel Bond Reinvestment Committee in-
cludes, seated from left, Broche Hearshen, Alice Ross,
Betty Rath, Leah Snider, Betty Starkman, and Rose
Buchalter; and standing from left, Rhoda Franklin,
Bess Axelrod, Thelma Milgrom, Lee Wagman, Betty
Weinberg and Marge Saulson.

tured or maturing bonds is
more than $125 million.)
These securities are
Fourth Development Issue
Savings Bonds, purchased
in 1968, and Third De-
velopment Issue Coupon
Bond's, purchased in 1965
and the first two months of
1966.
A national campaign to
secure the re-investment
has been launched. In De-
troit, a volunteer committee
is in formation to contact

the city's thousands of bon-
dholders. Heading the
committee are Betty Rath,
chairman, and Alice Ross,
co-chairman.
"Neither Israel nor the
bondholder benefit further
when the Bond is held be-
yond its maturity date,"
said Mrs. Rath.

Israel must set aside the
funds to pay for matured
bonds until the bonds are
either reinvested or re-
deemed.

Non-Profit Groups Warned
Against Political Involvement

The Jewish Community
Council has alerted its
member organizations to
the restrictions placed on
non-profit groups regarding
political activities.
In a letter to affiliated
groups, Council president,
Marian Shifman, said that
tax exempt organizations
are barred by law from par-
ticipating in any political
campaign on behalf of or in
opposition to any candidate
for political office.
Mrs. Shifman cautioned
against the use of organiza-
tional titles by community
leaders engaged in political
activity, since it may give
the impression that the
organization itself is com-
mitted to or affiliated with a
political party or candidate.
Specific activities
which non-profit organ-
izations should avoid in-
clude: awards and cita-
tions to political candi-

Workshop Aimed
at Retarded Life

The Association for Re-
tarded Citizens of Oakland
County will conduct a work-
shop entitled "Everything
You Always Wanted to
Know . . . About the Process
of Letting-Go" 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Birming-
ham Community House.
There will be no charge for
the workshop. For reserva-
tions, call the ARC office,
646-4522.
The program will be con-
ducted by Dr. Andrew Bar-
rer, a clinical psychologist.
He has served as a consul-
tant with the Michigan De-
partment of Mental Health.
He is president of the
board and clinical director
of Michigan Services for the
Developmentally Disabled.

dates during the cam-
paign or just prior to the
election; the use of the
organization's mailing
list on behalf of a political
candidate; or the use of
its facilities, staff, let-
terhead or fund-raising
machinery for such pur-
poses.
Mrs. Shifman stressed,
however, that neither com-
munity leaders nor organ-
izations are restricted from
speaking and acting on pub-
lic issues of concern to the
Jewish community.

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Friday, March 21, 1980 59

Marriages

Michelle Suzane Baum
and Mitchell Roy Galper
were married recently at
Cong. Beth Shalom. Rabbi
David Nelson and Cantor
Samuel Greenbaum of-
ficiated. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Baum of Southfield.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Galper,
also of Southfield. The
couple were attended by
Lizbeth Baum, sister of the
bride; Jacquelin Galper;
Joel Stein; Eric and David
Baum, brothers of the bride;
and Terry Galper, brother of
the bridegroom. Also par-
ticipating in the ceremony
were Ann Chudler and
Sadye Sherman,

grandmothers of the bride;
and Norma Morof and Jonas
Torgow, grandparents of
the bridegroom. The couple
are residing in West Bloom-
field.

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Southfield, Michigan 48075

CONGREGATION BETH TEFILAH
CEMETERY FLOWER FUND

The performance of beautification services
has been assumed by the Congregation.

The fee for beautification for the 1980 season
is $25.00 per grave.

Please make all checks payable to
Congregation Beth Tefilo
Flower Fund and forward the same
to Congregation Beth Tefilo,
24225 Greenfield, Southfield, 48075.
Please also include
the name(s) of the deceased, as well as
the approximate date(s) of interment.

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