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July 24, 1981 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Blanchard - Hosted Forum
to Feature Solarz on Mideast

Women's Clubs

*BETH SHALOM SIS-
RHOOD installed Bar-

ara Lefton as president at
i ts recent installation cere-
monies. Other officers are:
rsa Medow, executive vice
'president;
Gladys
Goldsmith, Rose Gordon,

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"

WHY WORRY !!

Leave Everything to Us

t

Wyn & Harold Landis.

HOME CATERING

lh

Phone 557-6157

• STYLE
• ELEGANCE
• BEAUTY
WYN-HAROLD CATERING

Tibie Rudofsky and Sylvia
Abramowitz, vice
presidents; Naomi Zietz,
Phyllis Young and Charna
Yellen, secretaries; Evelyn
Schwartz, treasurer; and
Jeannette Sklarchyk, im-
mediate past president.
Appointed to the execu-
tive committee were Jean-
nette Eizelman, director of
catering; and Bess Lipson,
parliamentarian.

a

division of the TABLE connection

St.tinnino Tables, Cubes, Pedestals,
Shelves and Brackets. BACS for

everuthina inmainable, all custom

DESIGNED TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS
in LUXURIOUS LUCITE
SPECIAL SELLING

Placemats
Rounded Corners
12 x 18 1/4" $7.00 ea.

Footed 1/4" Trivets

x 9 $5.00

1/4" LUCITE CUBES 16x16x16 — $48.00
Perfect For Cocktail Tables
LAMINATE PARSONS DINETTE/GAMES TABLE
36x36x29

Choice of colors

$189.00

delivered

354-4126

`HOUSE of
SHUTTERS

SINCE 1959

Call Now For
Free Home Estimates

RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL

CUSTOM WINDOW SHADES

50% OFF

OM WOVEN WOODS

by Joanna, Delmar,
Graber

50% OFF

HORIZONTAL 1" blinds

many decorator colors
by LEVOLOR

Korman, Lena Minkin,
Edith Posner, Edith Rap-
paport, Dorothy Meckler
and Dorothy Wolok.
Friends are welcome.

* * *

PARKWOOD CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will hold its 11th an-
nual luncheon and games
party noon Wednesday in
the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. Proceeds
* * *
will benefit the ORT School
PRIMROSE
BE- of Engineering. Partici-
NEVOLENT CLUB will pants are requested to bring
have a board meeting noon game equipment. Ticket
Tuesday in the home of Chairman, Estelle Haim,
President Irene Rodman, 535-0263, and President
14270 LaBelle, Oak Park. Esther Brown, 352-1208,
Luncheon will be served. are planning the program
Plans for the 47th donor to with the assistance of Syl-
take place Nov. 3 at Cong. via Bernstein, Paulette Bo-
Beth Achim will be dis- rin, Mollie Burtman, Irene
cussed.
Cohan, Rose Diamond, Lil-
* * *
lian Goodman, Mary
FANNIE GLUCK Jacobs, Annette Landy,
CHAPTER, American Nita Lichtenstein, Florence
Mizrachi Xomen, will hold Lessen, Brenda Moss, Ruth
a mid-summer, indoor gar- Perlman and Helen Steb-
den luncheon noon Monday bins. There will be prizes.
in the Lincoln Towers Apts. Luncheon will be served at a
club room. Proceeds will nominal charge.
provide summer camp
scholarships. Hostesses for Couple Marks
the luncheon are: Harriet
Baker, Ida Havis, Edith 50th Anniversary
Helman Eve Herman, Jean

THE gsi t
1149,011We (-)eit,teeavor_

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Horizontal & Vertical

By Joanna, Mastercraft

50% OFF

VERTICAL BLINDS

excluding previous orders

25511 SOUTHFIELD RD., SOUTHFIELD

Numismatic
Society to Meet

Holocaust Council.
He is a member of the
Board of Trustees of Bran-
deis University, the Board
of Directors of the American
Jewish Congress and
chairman of the House
Foreign Affairs Subcom-
mittee on Asian and Pacific
Affairs.

CAs(ie

FOR THE FINEST

P
r

H

0T OGR AP

H„

WEDDINGS
BAR MITZVAS

T

BERNIE

WINER

and ASSOCIATES

357-1010

Bornstein Calligraphy

55z- 6749

HANDBAGS

SALESMAN'S SAMPLES

WHOLESALE PRICES AND BELOW!!!

All Prices Reduced

Mary Ann
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by appointment
only

411111k

so " WITH THIS COUPON'''"

1

1
1

60 4F

ONEIDA STAINLESS STEEL
FLATWARE

PLAZA SUITE

GOING OUT OF

BUSINESS

`RAP LINE'
for Runaways

A toll free, crisis line for
runaways, potential runa-
ways and their families has
been instituted in Michi-
gan.
The Runaway Assistance
Program (RAP LINE) is
funded by the Department
of Social Services and pro-
vides 24-hour counseling
services. The RAP LINE
number is 1-800-292-4517.

aluminum decorator
cloths & suedes, P.V.C.
macrame, wood

559-4668

Congressman Jim Blan-
chard will sponsor a public
Middle East Foreign Policy
Forum 7:30 p.m. Monday at
Cong. Beth Shalom. Guest
speaker will be Con-
gressman Stephen Solarz of
New York.
Solarz is a member of the
House Foreign Affairs
Committee. An active
fighter to increase support
and aid to Israel since his
election in 1974, Solarz co-
authored the bill which
prohibited compliance by
American citizens and cor-
porations with the Arab
boycott and is a leading op-
ponent of the proposed sale
of AWACS to Saudi Arabia.
Solarz has made numer-
ous study missions to the
Middle East and has
actively worked to alleviate
the plight of Arab and
North African Jews.
Along with Blanchard,
he has played an active
role in the effort to free
Soviet Jewry, was a
member of the
President's Commission
on the Holocaust and
currently serves ,on the

37

Israel
Numismatic
Society of Michigan, Inc.,
will hold a regular meeting
8 p.m. Tuesday in room 13 of
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Theme of the meeting is
"Let's Get Back to Collect-
4.1.*;
5 Pc. Place Setting in stock only
ing." Participants and ex-
THE COHENS
hibitors include: Kay
Former Detroiters Mr. Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
and Mrs. Morris Cohen of Colton, Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah
Phoenix, Ariz., were hon- Shafir and Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Franklin Shopping Plaza
Northwestern at 12, Southfield
ored recently at a luncheon Silber.
at the Furniture Club on the
357-1121
Common sense is, of all
occasion of their 50th wed-
kinds,
the
most
uncommon.
MO MI OM MD IM
MO MO MO III OM GM MI NI am al
ding anniversary.
The party was given by
their children, Paulette
52‘6, OAK PARK STORE ONLY!
Glesen of Berkley, and Ar-
thur Cohen of Oak Park.
The senior Cohens have
four grandchildren.
The couple were married
Feb. 15, 1931, in Denver
and moved to Michigan in
1932. The couple resided in
Michigan until three years
ago, when they moved to
Arizona.
While in Michigan, Mr.
Cohen was employed by
General Motors, diesel di-
vision.

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HOUSE of
SHUTTERS

Friday, July 24, 1981

m y)

LIPSHAW-HOBERMAN
AUXILIARY will meet
7:30 p.m. Aug. 5 at the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home.

Off

TO

FINAL
MARKDOWNS

SAVE ON SUMMER; DRESSES, SPORTSWEAR, COATS,
SWIMSUITS, JEANS, SWEATERS Et ACCESSORIES !

STORE FOR LEASE



FIXTURES FOR SALE

Permit 1-1981

alter 6 7
41g
. Master Charge • Visa

OAK PARK STORE ONLY!

9 Mile at Coolidge, Oak Park (Oak Park Plaza)

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