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June 27, 1980 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Investments in Bonds Up

Two recent Israel Bond events designed to in-
crease investments in Israel were an emergency meet-
ing of the Metro Detroit Israel Bond Executive Board
and the "Act of Faith II" luncheon. Shown at the
boaid meeting, in the top photograph, are seated from
left, Franka Charlupski, Max, Nosanchuk, David
Holtzman, Michael Grey and Jerome Soble. Standing
are national field director Herbert Warshauer,
Harold Beznos, Leah Snider, Robert Naftaly, Sam
Rich and Max Sosin. In the bottom photograph, at the
"Act of Faith II" luncheon of the Israel Bonds
Women's Division are, from left, Cantor Chaim Naj-
man, Betty Rath, Leah Snider, Betty Starkman, Phyl-
lis Newman and Thelma Milgrom.

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦

ABE CHEROW SAYS:














IT'S FUN DOING
BUSINESS WITH
ARTISTIC
UPHOLSTERERS, INC.
YOU'LL ENJOY IT AND
SO WILL I. CALL ME.

Zionist Organization of
America — Detroit District
will hold its installation -
brunch 11 a.m. Sunday at
the Zionist Cultural Center.
Probate Court Judge
Joseph J. Pernick will be in-
stalling officer. Cantor
Jacob H. Sonnenklar will
sing the anthems.
President Sidney Silver-
man will give an acceptance
speech, and blessings will
be recited by Dr. Sidney
Leib. Marian Leib is chair-
man of the installation.

Pauline Velick and
friends and relatives from
throughout the U.S. were on
hand to attend the celebra-
tions.

Wendi Aline Greenspan
became the bride of Kim
Bundgaard in a recent
ceremony at Temple Israel.
Rabbi Harold Loss and Can-.
for Harold Orbach of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Greenspan of Southfield.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Kurt
Bundgaard of Denmark.
Lori Greenspan was her
sister's maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Ulla
Bundgaard, sister of the
bridegroom, and Adele

Levine. Anna Douglas was-
flower girl.
Jay
Greenspan,
brother of the bride, was
best man. Gary
Greenspan was an usher
and Brandon Kaminsky,
ring bearer.
The new Mrs. Bundgaard
was graduated from Oak-
land University.
The couple is residing in
Denmark.

MAGICIAN

Exciting
entertainment for
your organization.
club or private party.

Stage Shows
Close up magic

ARTISTIC
UPHOLSTERERS INC.

Audience
Participation

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CALL LU 45900

MENTALIST

Just Marilyns

Sportswear Boutique

SUPER
5 Hrs. of SAVINGS

Fri., June 27th 7 P.M. to Midnight

50%

OFF

ENTIRE INVENTORY

Special Outdoor SALE

YOUR $1 0
CHOICE

all sales final

Just Marilyns

Sizes 4-18

20079 W. 12 Mile Rd., Country Village Mall
10-4:30 Mon.-Sat.

356-0493

BITTER BUSINESS

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SWIVEL CHAIRS

Fr *to

'59 to $89

TYPEWRITERS

$ 59 95
FILE CABINETS $7995

We Got 'Em
OPEN SAT. 548-6404
231 W. 9 Mite Rd.

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SUITE 110-HERITAGE PLAZA
24901 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
SOUTHFIELD

.

SUMMER HOURS:
M.-F. 9-5, Sat. 10-3

JEWELERS

IS STILL BUYING

GOLD, SILVER &
PLATINUM

Sterling
Tea Sets & Tableware

Z I N

25%-50% OFF

ON A SELECT GROUP OF FOOTWEAR

kit SALES FINAL

1

GABE SHOES

KENDALLWOOD CENTER

12 Mile & Farmington Rd.

V

*

Heating and Air Conditioning Sales & Service

SALE

VISA'

U

A.R.S. Service Co., Inc.

SEMI-ANNUAL

MRS. BUNDGAARD •

"Woodridge
1946"
(CrOwn) by Martin Boris
tells the story of the resi-
dents of Woodridge, a small
resort town in the Catskills.
Bokis gives characters
such as Phil and Arlene Er-
lich, owners of the lunch-
eonette around which much
of the action is centered, a
wonderfully realistic touch.
The writer, who has been
compared to Phillip Roth,
includes many Roth-like
sidelights in his book. There
is Andy Foreman, a onetime
rebel Cassanova who's been
gentled by World War II
service that included a look
at the Nazi death camps.
There is Douglas, the young
soda-jerk at the lunch-
eonette, whose memories of
Bar Mitzva lessons with
Foreman's non-English
speaking grandfather pro-
vide countless laughs.
Boris, a pharmacist by
trade, is the author of "Two
Plus Two," which will soon
be released as a motion pic-
ture. He currently lives in
New York with his family
and is working on a third
novel.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel's Central Bureau of
Statistics published infla-
tion figures for May which
showed that the cost of liv-
ing index rose by 9.5 per-
cent.

Co-chairman is Norma
Hudosh. Committee mem-
bers are: Helen Atler, Anne
Brad, Estelle Burke,
Dorothy Friedlaender, Re-
becca Goldstein, Lilian
Nacmani, Rose Shur, Anne
Silver and Molly Weston.

Including

Mel Eisenberg
547-2464

ABE CHEROW

(1 block North of Ford Rd.)
Dearborn
LU 4-5900
Open Daily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

May Price Rise

FRED SHERMAN

Wendi Greenspan Is Married

L U4-5900

5755 SCHAEFER RD.

ZOD Installation Set Sunday

Fred Sherman Marks 80th

Shoe retailer Fred E.
Sherman celebrated his
80th birthday June 12 at a
party given by his children,
Mr. and -Mrs. Stuart Velick,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Velick
and Mrs. and Mrs. D. Larry
Sherman. The senior Sher-
man's 10 grandchildren and
one great-grandchild also
helped celebrate.
Sherman started the shoe
business on Jefferson Ave-
nue in Detroit and in Bir-
mingham 22 years ago. He
has been associated with
the shoe business for 55
years.
The party also was the oc-
casion to celebrate son . Lar-
ry's 45th birthday and the
56th anniversary of the
senior Shermans.

Friday, June 27, 1980 41

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