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October 31, 1980 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-31

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BEAUTIFUL HAND KNIT

LAP ROBES AND AFGHANS

By EVELYN

Toasty Warm for Those You Love
up to 1/2 OFF FOR NOV.
Call 356-3669 or 545-0815

United Jewish Charities
to Hear William Brodhead

Michigan Congressman
William M. Brodhead (D-
17th District) will discuss

Let Us Handle Your

HOUSEHOLD SALES
ESTATE LIQUIDATIONS

646-0152

REP. BRODHEAD

Re-elect 23 years of
Integrity,
Dignity &
Experience .. .
Re-elect
Senior
District
Judge

Clarence
A. Reid
Jr
46th
district
court

Paid by the Committee to Re-Elect Judge Clarence A. Reid. Jr.

CLOSING OUT

OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF

HANDBAGS

NOW

30°1 °

CHOOSE FROM THE LARGEST SELECTION_
OF ALL FAMOUS MAKERS

CHARLOTTE'S SHOPS

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• SOUTHFIELD

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WINCHESTER M. LL

ALL SALTS RIVAL — SORRY NO CHARGE

"What Is in the Legislative
Tax Hopper?" during an
Endowment Institute spon-
sored by the Jewish Welfare
Federation — United
Jewish Charities Endow-
ment Committee 3 to 6 p.m.
Thursday at the Sheraton
Southfield Hotel.
Joseph Jackier is United
Jewish Charities president;
Milton J. Miller is endow-
ment chairman.
Brodhead was first
elected to Congress in 1974.
He is a member of the House
Budget Committee and sev-
eral subcommittees on
health and public assis-
tance. Brodhead also serves
on the House Ways and
Means Committee.
Brodhead recently
founded the 87-member
House Automobile Task
Force and serves as its
co-chairman. An attor-
ney, he received his law
degree in 1967 from the
University of Michigan.
The institute program
also features a panel discus-
sion among representatives
of financial, accounting, in-
surance and legal fields.
Following the group dis-
cussion will be a question-
answer exchange between
institute participants and a
closing cocktail reception.
Serving on the institute
committee, chaired by
Miles Jaffe, are: Irwin M.
Alterman, Oscar Band,
Helen Braverman, N.
Brewster Broder, Abe
Burnstein, Andrew L.
Camden, Albert M. Col-
man, Eugene Driker,
Harold Elson, Stanley D.
Frankel, Lawrence R.
Gechter, Sheldon
Goldman, Jonathan F.
Haber, Mark R. Hauser,
Irving Herman, Ira J.
Jaffe, Austin A. Kanter,
Sidney Kaye, Harvey L.
Kleiman, Thomas M.
Kukes, Henry P. Lee,
Yale Levin, David J.
Lieberman, Norman Mil-
ler, Jeffrey H. Miro, Allan
Nachman, Robert Naf-
taly and Charles Nida.

Also, Norman Pappas,
Lawrence F. Portnoy, Ste-
ven J. Radom, Dale Rands,
Harold Rossen, Robert W.
Siegel, Harry L. Silverman,
Norman S. Sommers, David
A. Stulberg, Bruce E. Thal,
Julian S. Tobias, Gary
Wetstein and Louis A. Zuc-
kerman.
For reservations, call Ken
Sarason at the UJC office,
965-3939.

INVITATIONS?
attie Schwartz

Of Course!

352.7387

ENTERTAINMENT?
Seymour Schwartz

—Of Course!

356.8525

• BILL MEYER ORCHESTRA
DENNIS VERNIER
• LENNY DRAKE
Dancers
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From Oil Heat to Gas

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356-3191

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael is beefing up its naval
presence at Eilat in view of
the heavy concentration of
shipping unloading mili-
tary supplies for Iraq at the
neighboring Jordanian port
of Aqaba.

ELECT



(Hebrew Copy Available)

gree in fine arts and a teach-
ing certificate. Her fiance
was graduated from the
University of California
with a degree in architec-
ture. A November wedding
in San Francisco is planned.

Navy Watching

For Personalized Service, Call Evenings
Irene Siegel
Florence Finkelstein

Friday, October 31, 1980 71

Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Winer of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Barbara
Joan Winer, to Joram
Stephan Altman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Helmut
Altman of San Francisco,
Calif. Miss Winer was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan with a de-

Collector's Choice

338-7635

n

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Heating and Air Conditioning Contractor

Alan R. Sukenic
Save Twice On A New Furnace

VARNER

NELLIE
DEMOCRAT
U of M REGENT

• Assistant Professor, Political Science, U of M 1968-79
• Associate Dean, Graduate School, U of M 1976-79
• Vice Pres., Strather-Varner Properties, Inc.

"NELLIE VARNER WOULD BE A SUPERB ADDITION
TO THE BOARD FO REGENTS." — Robben W. Fleming

Former President,
University of Michigan

Paid for by Varner for U of M Regent Committee, 16801 Wyoming, Detroit, MI 48221

"I support these two candidates for the State Board of Education because
believe it is important to education and the State."
Annetta Miller, Member State Board of Education

Former Judge of the
Juvenile Court

James H. Lincoln

Jack and Shirley Idea
Gene Farber
John Shepherd
David and Rosemary Wolock
Dr. Bryce and Harriet Alpern
Rose Schwartz
Dr. Harry and Shirley Sklar
Jack and Blanche Rose
Dr. Sidney S. Miller

Assistant Dean Continuing
Education, Oakland U.

Carroll M. Hutton

Dr. Eli and Estelle Brown
Abe and Bea Sacks
Professor Harold Norris
Dr. Al and Sandy Sherman
Bert and Zena Gordon
Max Barahal
Jeanette Ross
Nat and Ruth Share
Lillian Jaffe Oaks

Authorized and paid for by Hutton For State Board of Education Committee. 711 W. 13 Mile Rd., Madison Heights, Mich. 48071
and Lincoln for State Board of Education Committee. 4372 City Natl. Bank Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 48226

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