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June 05, 1981 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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26 Friday, June 5, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Prof. Goldman to Address Jewish Historical Society

The Jewish Historical tion and installation of offi-
Society of Michigan will cers and board members.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
have its 22nd annual meet-
ing 11:30 a.m. June 14 at Bernard Goldman, profes-
the Superior Ballroom in sor of art history at Wayne
State University and direc-
the Michigan Inn.
The meeting will include tor of the Wayne State Uni-
the president's report, elec- versity Press.

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Strolling Strings for wedding ceremony and dinner music
a magician to entertain at Bnai Mitzvah
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• ra - caricature artist for any kind of get-together
• professional hostesses for a club golf outing
• "a classical guitarist and flutist for smaller receptions






• a "double-talker" to liven things up at your corporation party
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• a friendly staff who will be most happy to answer your most
common or uncommon requests!

DR. BERNARD GOLDMAN

Dr. Goldman will speak
on "Discovery of the
Synagogue at Dura
Europos."
Born in Toronto, Ont., Dr.
Goldman came to Detroit in
1927. He earned his PhD
degree at the University of
Michigan, where he was
elected to Phi ,Beta Flappa
honorary.
He is the former book
editor of the Journal of
Aesthetics and Art Criti-
cism, past American editor

of the Bulletin interna-
tional d'esthetique, assis-
tant editor of Criticism, a
fellow of the American
Council of Learned
Societies and adjunct
curator of the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts.
He has several publica-
tions to his credit and is
the author of numerous
scholarly articles.
There is a charge for the
luncheon, and guests are
welcome. For details and
reservations, call Lenore
Miller, 642-5419; or Ida
Levine, 557-0431.

Business Briefs

Southfield, offering special
values and surprises today
during the Midnight Mad-
ness Sale. Many of the
stores are offering savings
throughout the day.
* * *
* * *
Detroit Laundry Sup-
Mike's Quality Fruit ply Co., 22121 Coolidge,
Market, 12 Mile and South- south of Nine Mile, is celeb-
field Roads, is now featur- rating its 27th anniversary
ing fresh-squeezed orange in the linen and camp sup-
juice, squeezed right in the ply business. Hours are
store. The orange juice is Monday through Friday,
available in pints, quarts 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
* * *
and 1/2 gallons in no-deposit
cartons. Customers who
Gold Gallery owners
purchase the 1/2 gallon size Sema and Al Lazar will
will get 50 cents off with the have a three-day celebra-
Engagements
coupon in Mike's ad in this tion through Saturday to
Barbara C. Eisenberg, week's Jewish News.
mark the grand opening of
* * *
daughter of Hal Eisenberg
their store. The Gold Gal-
American Exercise, lery is located in the Hunt-
and the late Mrs. Eve E.
Eisenberg, announces her Plaza Suite, Tobacco er's Square Mall, 14 Mile
engagement to Cary I. Mil- Road, Video Wherehouse and Orchard Lake Roads,
ler, son of Mrs. Shirley Mil- and Widenbaum Jewel- Farmington Hills. A 30 per-
ler and the late Mr. Joseph ers are among the many cent discount will be offered
J. Miller. An October wed- stores at Franklin Plaza, 12 during the three-day cele-
Mile and Northwestern, bration.
ding is planned.

Shari S. Cohen has been
promoted to second vice
president and marketing
officer at Manufacturers
National Corp., parent
company :of Manufacturers
National Bank of Detroit.

Julianne Brod
Plans to Marry

MISS BROD

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brod
of Southfield announce the
engagement of his daugh-
ter, Julianne Kay, to Jer-
rold Jay Wiseblott, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wiseb-
lott of Toronto, Ont.
Miss Brod, daughter, of
the late Mrs. Betty Brod,
attended Wayne State Uni-
versity. Her fiance was
graduated from York Uni-
versity in Toronto.
An August wedding is
planned.

Homes Sought
for French Boys

STYLING *special
TO discount
SUIT
EVERY TASTE...
is from June 1st-30th only

26400 West Twelve Mile Road
In Southfield's Racquetime Mall
Northeast corner 12 Mile & Northwestern Hwy
Mon.. Tues.. Wed.. Fri.. Sat.. 10-6. Thurs.. 10-9

The North Atlantic Cul-
tural Exchange League is
seeking host families to
provide homes for 100
French youths who will
visit Michigan July 7-Aug.
2.
The 100 youths, aged
16-17, will live with their
host families for the month.
Understanding French or
having teen-aged children
in the home are not re-
quired.
For information, call Eve-
lyn and Julian Prince, 626-
6641.

Address another man in
the language he under-
stands; do not use literary
speech with the unedu-
cated, nor vulgarity with
the learned.

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