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October 03, 1980 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-03

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50 Friday, October 3, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WE HAVE MOVED -

TRAURIG'S
QUILT & PILLOW SHOP

Yosef P. (Paul) Kedar, the
consul general of Israel in
New York, and a founder
and former chief curator of
the museum of the Jewish
Diaspora, in Tel Aviv, will
be keynote speaker Oct. 15

TO 22050 Woodward Ave., Ferndale
between 8 & 9 Mile Rd.

547-2660

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Israel Consul General Due
at JNF Tribute to Shapiro





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A
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AUCTION

Featuring
A Portion of the Collection of

Mrs. Mary Engelhardt, Washington D.C.

as well as others

AT OUR GALLERIES

Two Sessions
Sunday, October 12
Saturday, October 11
1 p.m. each afternoon

First Session: 7-725 Second Session: 126-250
This Sale Will Be Conducted In Numerical Sequence.

HIGHLIGHTS:

IVORIES AND HARDSTONES: Jade, Rose Quartz, Malachite,
Lapis, etc. PORCELAINS: Collection of Royal Worcester, Wedg-

wood, Meissen, Cauldron, Royal Vienna, Sevres, Cbalport, Lladro,
Collection of Toby Mugs. GLASS: Collection of Antique American
Cut Crystal, Bohemian Cut Crystal, etc. SILVER: 135 Piece Gorham
"Melrose" Flatware Set, Pair Tiffany Bud Vases, Silver plate Baskets,
Trays, etc. FURNITURE: Jacobean Style Oak Refractory Dining
Room Table and Six Chairs, Gothic ca. 1880 Oak Breakfront, Pair
Wing Back Arm Chairs, Occasional Tables, Clocks, Screens, Pair
Hepplewhite Style End Tables, Curio Cabinets, Accessories, etc.
ORIENTALIA: Collection of Chinese Hand Carved Zodiac Animal
Wood Netsukes, Cloisonne, Rose Medallion, Imari, Bronzes, Chinese
Crackleware, etc. ORIENTAL RUGS: Small and Large Sizes.
STATUARY: Russian, DeVaulx, Hingre, Bronzes; Pair Bisque Busts
-Binocchio, Remington "Cheyenne" recast 1960; etc. COLLECTION
OF MILITARY: Buttons, Badges, Buckles and Medals (English and
Scottish). COLLECTION OF PERSIAN MANUSCRIPTS. COIN
COLLECTION: International and United States. COLLECTION OF

B & G CHRISTMAS PLATES. COLLECTION OF ICONS. A
LARGE JEWELRY COLLECTION including Ladies Antique Hunt-

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BNAI MOSHE MEN'S
CLUB will hold its fall fes-
tival square dance 8:30 p.m.
Saturday in the synagogue.
Chuck Kopta will be the cal-
ler. Everyone is invited. Re-
freshments will be served.
There is a charge.
The men's club will meet
8 p.m. Oct. 16 in the
synagogue. A movie will be
shown on Frank Sinatra in
the Middle East. Refresh-
ments will follow the meet-

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We Take The Worry Out Of

GOINC. 3
AT
AUCTION]

ing Case Pocket Watches.

NO BUYERS PREMIUM

EXHIBITION: One hour prior to each session
CATALOGUES: Available at Exhibition $2.
TERMS: Cash, Check, American Express, VISA, Master Charge
INFORMATION: Please Call 338-9203

C.B. CHARLES' GALLERIES

ESTATE SPECIALISTS • AUCTIONEERS •

APPRAISERS

825 WOODWARD AVE. PONTIAC, MICHIGAN 48053 PHONE (313) 338-9203

Men's Clubs

YOSEF KEDAR

at the Jewish National
Fund Testimonial dinner
honoring Dr. Harold T.
Shapiro, the first Jewish
president of the University -
of Michigan.
Cocktails will be served
at 6:30 p.m., dinner is at 7
p.m.
In tribute to Dr. Shapiro,
a forest of 25,000 trees will
be established in the the
American Bicentennial
Park, in Israel, and will be
known as the Dr. Harold T.
and Vivian B. Shapiro For-
est.
A native of Israel,
Kedar joined the British
Royal Air Force. After
pilot training with the
U.S. Navy in Pensacola,
Fla., he served with the
Royal Air Force in Euro-
pean and Far Eastern
theaters of war.
In 1946, he left the Royal
Air Force and was active in
the Irgun Zvai Le'umi in
Europe. With the creation of
the state of Israel, Kedar re-
turned to Israel and joined
the newly established Is-
raeli Air Force. Among his
assignments as an officer,
Kedar also served as mili-
tary attache in Paris and
Turkey. In 1965, he left the
Israeli Air Force with the
rank of full colonel and
joined government service.
In 1970, he was appointed
head of the Israel defense
mission in Europe. In 1973,
he returned to Israel and
helped found Beth Hatefut-
zot— Museum of the Jewish
Diaspora — in Tel Aviv,
where he served as chief
curator until his recent ap-
pointment as consul general
of Israel in New York.
The Oct. 15 event also
marks the 80th anniversary
of Keren Kayemeth LeIs-
rael — Jewish National
Fund. Percy Kaplan is
executive director, -and
Alan J. Herbach is assistant
executive director of the
local JNF office.
For dinner information,
call JNF, 557-6644.

ing.

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SHALOM
ADAT
MEN'S CLUB will hold its
Sunday morning breakfast
forum 11 a.m. Sunday in the
synagogue, announces Pro-
gram Vice President Ron_
Sherr. Account Executive
Paul Alekman will speak on
"Trading in Today's Stock
Market." Complimentary
breakfast will be sponsored
by the Nachman Family.

Fingers, Rings and Things ,

PINE LAKE MALL ,
4313 E. ORCHARD LAKE RD.
WEST BLOOMFIELD, MICHIGAN 48033
5 00
off a Pedicure
$ ;-.)

$c oo
u off a Nail Wrap

with this ad

offer expires Oct. 31, 1980

Manicurist 626-4043

While the weather is right...

CASUAL FAMILY
OUTDOOR PORTRAITS

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for a good took.

The perfect
holiday gift.

30790 Southfield Rd. at 13 Mile

646-8484

FOR JUDGE

FORA
STRONG
AND
EFFECTIVE
46th DISTRICT
COURT

Sally Fields,
Dr. Drews
to Be Cited

The Detroit Philosophical
Society will honor Dr.
Robert S. Drews and Sally
Fields at a testimonial
dinner-dance 6 p.m. Oct. 23
at the Kingsley Inn.
Eric Rosenow and His .
Continentals and Genieve
Mouradian will perform.
There will also be a fashion
show.
For reservations, call
Sarah Gordon, 546-1035, or
Grace Sayers, 280-1620.

Steve Cooper has served .. .

President, B'nai B'rith Barristers ■ City Council
President Pro-tern ■ Delegate, Jewish Community
Council ■ Advisor to League of Women Voters ■
Advisor to Community Education Program • ■
Elected to Representative Assembly by the lawyers
of Oakland County ■ 7 years Director, Southfield
Bar Association ■ Allied Jewish Campaign ■ Amer-
ican Arbitration Association ■ Admitted to all
Michigan Courts since 1969.



Paid for by a lot of people who want
Stephen Cooper to be Judge of the 46th District Court

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