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August 08, 1980 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Clark Named Commissioner of State Bar Association

Daniel M. Clark has been
elected a commissioner of
the State Bar of Michigan.
Clark is the former
chairman of such State Bar

of Michigan and Detroit Bar
Association Young Laywer
Committees as the National
Moot Court Competition,
Continuing Legal Educa-

tion Programming and the
American Bar Association
Membership Committee.
He was elected a Detroit

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Bloom
Registered Electrologists

Come in and let us remove your unwanted
hair problem and improve your appear-
ance.

Ask For Shirtee or Debby.

.

358-5493

Appt. Only

11 Mile between Evergreen & Southfield

custom draperies

UP TO

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DANIEL M. CLARK

SAVE



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on Fabrics

• Styling with imagination
• Sensible prices
• Decorator fabrics
• Fine workmanship
• Direct mill buying

:

labor Special

$55() per panel

unlirmd



Toby Zuckerberg and
Barry Kaplan were mar-
ried recently. The bride is
the daughter of Mrs. May
Zuckerberg of Southfield
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Kaplan of Oak Park.

VERTICAL BLINDS

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Decorator .
Cloths &
P.V:C.

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BNAI DAVID MEN'S
CLUB will hold its annual
installation of officers 8:30
p.m. Wednesday in the
synagogue. Rabbi Morton
Yolkut will be installing
officer. He will install: Irv-
ing Abramson, president;
Martin Korman, Dr. Ber-
nard Maness and Herman
Gorman, ,vice preSidents;
Lester Schloner, Harry
Dines and Simeon Freed-
man, secretaries; Sam
Rosenberg, treasurer; Nick
Gonte, chaplain; and Sam
Jacobs, sergeant-at-arms.
Board members are:
Harry Avrushin, Harry
Newman, Neil Kalef, Jack
Stevens, Barry Kaufman,
Sy Lusky and Joseph Has-
sal. Chairman of the eve-
ning will be Phil Bolton. Re-
freshments will be served.

"BALI"

DESIGNER BLINDS

*All previous orders excluded

.
Bath Shoppe
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accessories

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•towels
• bath rugs
•shower curtains

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Bedspreads

• Riverbreak

STOCK

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1 • Puffin

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Comforter
•• Eagle Mountain
•Bouquet

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$ ,


Orchard Lake
store only

DRAPERY BOUTIQUE COUPON

0

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'OFF ALL

WALLPAPER
0 Any book - Any group in our

library. Freight and Handling
Additional. Offer expires,
Saturday, Aug. 30. 1980.

.

I No Charges Accepted

Coupon must be presented upon piecing

MI

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•Measuring & Installation available, extra cost

FARMINGTairl
TQWNE CENTER .

37041 Grand River

Farmington

(313) 478-3133
Daily 9:30-6:00
Mon. & Thurs. 9:30-8:30

30886 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington Hills
(313) 628-4313
Daily 9:30-6:00
Thurs. 9:30-8:00

drapery boutique



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ORCHARD &
,14 MILE CENTER

appearing in concert

Sun., Aug. 10
8:00 P.M.
at Temple Beth _El

14 Mile Rd. and Telegraph
Tickets available at door
$5 per person

SPECIALS BY MINDY

TUESDAY thru THURSDAY
$
SHAMPOO & SET
PERMS
'24
TINTS
$13

BRENDA'S BEAUTY SALON
967-2600

25266 GREENFIELD (near 10 Mile) Greenfield Center

Announcing a tennis sale wirh something for everyone.

For women, there are white tennis shorts, skirts, T-Shirrs
and dresses by RUTH ROBBINS, TAIL, ULTRASPORT, NATTY
and RHIA for $5, $10 and $15.

For men, there are boldly handsome tennis clorhes by
JOHN NEWCOMBE INTERWOVEN, PAUL SULLIVAN, and
BOAST or drastically reduced prices.

So hurry over ro TENNIS TIME. And rake advantage of the
best lirrle tennis sale in town.

Monday through Saturday 9:30 ro 6:00

IS time

S. E. Corner Maple & Lahser
Birmingham .Michigan
646-4475

FINAL
CLEARANCE

Reg. $55

SUMMER

* * *

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KIRYAT ONO YOUTH BAND

rVIen 's Club)

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84 Demote( Colon

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ISRAEL'S AWARD WINNING

The Best Little
Tennis Sole In Town.



*All previous
orders excluded

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B'NAI B'RITH

OF Metropolitan Detroit Welcomes

Our rennis clothes for children are on sole, too.

Marriages

CONCORD, WESCO
*All previous
orders excluded

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Bar Association director in
1972 and assistant
secretary-treasurer of the
association in 1973. He was
elected president of the
association in 1978.
He currently chairs the
special events and travel
section and served on the
association's committees
for the Wayne County
Jail and the new Wayne
County Court building.

He chaired the State Bar
Grievance Investigation
Committee from 1970 to
1973. He also serves as legal

.

CUSTOM
WOVEN WOODS

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counsel to Hearing Panel 1.
He is a panelist-at-large for
the State of Michigan At-
torney Discipline Board.
Clark was elected to the
State Bar's Representative
Assembly in 1972 at which
he was called on to serve as
an officer. He chaired the
assembly in 1978. He is cur-
rently a member of the
Family Law Section.
Clark is active in efforts
on behalf of the Metropoli-
tan Council of Boy Scouts,
president of Knollwood
Country Club and treasurer
of the Jewish Home for
Aged.
He also is active in tasks
on behalf of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation and re-
cently was appointed to
Federation's Personnel and
Management Committee.
He was previously trea-
surer for the United Hebrew
Schools.

Friday, August 8, 1980 33

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SHAAREY ZEDEK
MEN'S CLUB will sponsor
a family picnic 11 a.m. Aug.
17 on the synagogue
grounds. The community is
invited by advance reserva-
tion. Dr. Mark Diem and
David Maiseloff, co-
chairmen, announce that
the admission charge in-
cludes food, drinks and
games. In case of rain, the
picnic will be held in the
youth lounge. For reserva-
tions, call Selma Lerner at
the synagogue, 357-5544.

* All Sales Final, While Quantities Last

HARVARD ROW

21712 West 11

Mile Rd. Southfield

352-8888

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