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May 02, 1980 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-02

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Federation Apartments
Phase II Dedication Sunday

A community-wide cele-
bration will mark the dedi-
cation of the new Anna and
Meyer L. Prentis Towers of
the Federation Apartments
2 p.m. Sunday at 15100 W.
10 Mile, Oak Park, site of
the towers.
The senior citizens resi-
dence is named "in appre-
ciation for the support of the
Prentis Family to this and
other Jewish communal
projects."
The second phase of the
facility, to be dedicated
', n.day, features a connect-
:, epicenter between the
two buildings and 100 new
apartments. Dining, meet-
ing and lobby space is
enlarged and a cooperative
store and beauty shop also
have been added.
Bringing greetings to
the ceremonies will be
State Sen. Douglas Ross,
State Representative Joe
Forbes and Oak Park.
Mayor David Shepherd.
The ceremonies also will

Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick,
a resident of the complex.
The funds for th. mezuza
were contributed by the
residents.
The dedication committee
is headed by Tillie
Brandwine. She is assisted
by Susan Miller and Carol
Coden, reception; Sara Be-
rman, tours, conducted by
AZA and BBG groups; and
William Avrunin, Bess
Krolik, Barbara Safran and
Eleanor Simon.
Jack A. Robinson is
president of the board of the
Federation Apartments.
Other officers are: Mrs.
Krolik, Dr. Hershel
Sandberg and Sheldon I.
Winkelman, vice
presidents; Rose L. Green-
berg and Emanuel Fein-
berg, secretaries; and Isa-
dore Silverman, treasurer.
Helen Naimark is executive
director.
The public is invited.



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A.J. OBIE & ASSOC. INC.

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jewelers
of BLOOMFIELD HILLS

869 West Long Lake Road

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Thurs. to 9 pm; Closed Monday,
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PERM

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Wed. & Thurs.

offer expires May 31

353-4848

Call for your appt.
24901 Northwestern
Suite 111
Heritage Bldg.

S.W. Corner of Evergreen

Singles Events

THE JEWISH SING-
LES still are taking reser-
vations for their Tamarack
weekend to be held May
30-June 1 at the Ortonville
campsite. Cost of the
weekend includes six meals,
snacks, accommodations,
Friday night campfire
dinner, hikes, party,
softball and tennis. For
reservations and details,
call Les Weitman, 356-
8654; Andy Scheff, 569-
2103; or the Jewish Com-
munity Center, 661-1000,
ext. 219. The group an-
nounces the regular Mon-
day night volleyball game
will take place 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the 10 Mile Cen-
ter branch.

* * *

OAKLAND SINGLES
will hold a party 8 p.m.
Sunday at Angie's, Far-
mington Hills. There will be
music for dancing, and a

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cash bar will be available.
There is a charge.
* * *
CRITERION CLUB and
Rose Sherer Socialites will
hold a joint May dance 9
p.m. Saturday at the Oak
Park Community Center.
Johnny C and his orchestra
will provide music for danc-
ing. Refreshments and so-
cial mixers will highlight
the evening. For informa-
tion, call Cecile B. Rothen-
berg, 968-5394; or Bill
Goldstein, 968-3798.

LET US SHAPE UP
YOUR WARDROBE

Don't throw out last year's clothing
just because the lapels are a little
wide or the slacks have a larger
flare than this season. Encore
Men's Clothier can alter any
garment and make it up to date.
It's a real inflation fighter. We can:
• Taper lapels
• Taper slacks
• Close up vents
• Narrow ties
• Make old clothes like new
• Alter men & women's clothing

Hillel Parley

WASHINGTON — Issues
that have great impact upon
both the Jewish and world
communities will be
explored Sunday and Mon-
day at the annual meeting
of the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundations Commission
here.

ENCORE

Men's Clothier Ltd.

All major credit cards

Racquetime Center, 26400 12 Mile Rd. 353 0018

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heads of Jewish com-
munal agencies and a
mezuza-affixing cere-
mony.
A hand-wrought mezuza,
created by local artist,
George Gelberman, will be
affixed to the doorpost by

I

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mel ; es An

Briefs

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Orchard Mall will pre-
sent its annual spring an-
tique show and sale, coordi-
nated by Jeanne Fishman,
May 8-11 during mall
hours. Items to be displayed
include: furniture, clocks,
trunks, glass, china, steins
and jewelry. Oriental rugs
will be a special feature of
the show. There will be
demonstrations and an ap-
praiser will lie available.
* * *
Hagopian Carpet Gal-
lery will have an exhibit
and sale of handmade, an-
tique, semi-antique and
new Oriental rugs Monday
through May 10 at the gal-
lery 14000 W. Eight Mile,
Oak Park. The public is in-
vited at no charge.

* * *

Tel-12 Mall will host the
collie show 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday, sponsored by the
Midwest Collie Club. The
mall also will be the scene of
a spring coin show Saturday
and Sunday during mall
hours.

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Activities
in Society

The Bodzin Family
Club will meet 8 p.m. Sun-
day in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Burton (Sharon) Co-
hen, 24751 Sussex, Oak
Park. Among the items to be
discussed will be plans for
the annual picnic.
Milt Johnson of South-
field was honored by family
and friends Sunday on the
occasion of his 75th birth-
day. On hand to celebrate
with him were his wife,
Cerna; two daughters, Mrs.
Gerald (Sandra) Kraft of
Boston and Mrs. Ezra
(Frona) Foner of Southfield,
and five grandchildren. The
party was held in the Foner
home. Mr. and Mrs.
Johnson will celebrate their
52nd , anniversary this
month.

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