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October 17, 1980 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Local Chapter Will Hear

PAPER Executive Head of AIPAC
FASHIONS Thomas Dine, newly- advised then-Senator Ed-

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moo OR MORE

The P laC e 1) Faor r t y .
Invitations ,
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Goods,
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and Great Greeting Cards

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Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10-5, Sat. til 4:30
352-1220

LIFE'S SPECIAL EVENTS

SHOULD BE RECORDED FOREVER

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named executive director of
AIPAC — America Israel
Public Affairs Committee
— will address the local
grOup noon Oct. 29 at
Tam-O-Shanter Country
Club.
This will be the firSt
meeting under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Arnold
Aronoff.
An invitation to join in
AIPAC work and to attend
this luncheon meeting is ex
tended to all who are in-
terested in joining efforts to
clarify Israel's role and to
defend the Jewish state
through political means.
Reservations may be made
by calling Mrs. Aronoff,
645-5310.
Dine was most recently
deputy foreign policy ad-
viser to Senator Edward M.
Kennedy. He previously

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the '80s. Felicia Shaw is
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individual personality and
the emphasis on the total
woman's look, including a
well chosen wardrobe and
complementary make-up,
are among the items
stressed at the Nino Salon.
For appointment, call the
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Price

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1980

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mund ,S. Muskie on the
Strategic Arms Limitation
Talks; directed the national
security staff of the Senate
Budget Committee; served
as a professional staff
member of the Senate Select
Committee Terminating
the National Emergencies
and Delegated Emergency
Powers; and was legislative
assistant for foreign affairs
to Senator Frank Church.

Friday, October 17 1980

West Bloomfield Plaza

851-4410

Chatham Has
Consumer Aids

Bernard-Stein, president
of Chatham Super Markets,
announced the introduction
of a new consumer informa-
tion center, called a "Refer-
ence Carousel," now in all
45 Detroit-area stores.
"The Reference
Carousel," Stein said, "is
Chatham's response to
President Carter's procla-
mation of National Con-
sumer Education Week."
Nearly one million pam-
phlets on a variety of sub-
jects are available at no
charge to all customers from
revolving displays. Subjects
covered by the pamphlets
include nutrition, food grad-
ing, selection, storage,
preparation, serving
suggestions, party ideas,
canning, freezing, house-
hold hints, shopping tips,
money saving ideas and
microwave cooking.
Another 24 pamphlets on
fresh produce are available
in Chatham's produce de-
partments.

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Activities
in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Stashefsky of Detroit are
celebrating the birth of a
great-grandson in Israel.
Dror was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Ami,(Anat) Har-Gil,on
Kibutz Sasa. —

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