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July 31, 1981 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-31

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46 Friday, July 31; 111, 1111.110111.1111tWIUM

Let the

RAIN DOCTOR

write the best prescription for
your sprinkler needs

ff.

Jeffrey Schreiber

968-0487

No Sabbath Calls

LZA Branch

Home for Aged Lauds Couple

Brenner-Truman
Branch, Labor Zionist Al-
liance, will hold its annual
summer cookout 6 p.m.
Sunday in the home of
Edwin Moses, 5586 Pow-
derhorn, Birmingham.
The election of officers
will be on the agenda. There
is a charge. For reserva-
tions, call Ira Sternback,
356-3028.

On the third anniversary
of their joint volunteer
services in many capacities
at the Jewish Home for the
Aged, Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Ring received official com-
mendation from the
facility's administration.
Mr. Ring served as volun-
teer cantor at Sabbath Eve,
Sabbath and holiday serv-
ices at the Home for the
Aged, and Mrs. Ring joined
him in various capacities.
In the commendation on
behalf of the JHA, Mrs. Syl-
via Serwin enumerated
their services, stating:
"On behalf of the board
of directors, the residents
and the staff of the
Jewish Home for Aged, I
wish to thank you both
for your devoted and

Plans Cookout

When Only The
Best is Enough

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Welcome to the Alexander Home. A warm, personal home set in
the middle of a residential neighborhood. Serving those who need
private care.

Bnai Brith
Activities

For 26 years, we have been caring. Meeting the needs of families
and individuals, at every level of care, for short or long-term stays.

NATANYA CHAPTER
is having an oneg Shabat at
12:30 p.m. Aug. 15 at the
home of Mildred Albert,
19427 Antago, Livonia.
Salad luncheon and dessert
will be served. There is a
charge and guests are wel-
come. On Aug. 22, the chap-
ter is going to the Detroit
Race Course in Livonia,
meeting at noon for lunch at
the track. Guests are wel-
come and there is a charge.
For reservations for either
event, by Aug. 7, call Rose
Rubens, 474-3238, or Lil-
lian Epstein, 537-3822.

For the best through caring, contact .. .

* Convaresceni)gionite/
kxanci er

718 W. Fourth Street, Royal Oak, Michigan 48067 (313) 545-0571

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* * *

BIRMINGHAM STORE

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CONSOLIDATION
SAALE ►

OAK PARK STORE CLOSED FOREVER !

All remaining merchandise will be sold at
our beautiful Birmingham store starting
thurs 9:30 a.m. at an incredible savings of

30t 080 %

In adjiition to Oak Park store merchandise,
sale includes all designer fashions in our
Birmingham Inventory ! Quantities limited !

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BIRMINGHAM STORE

Telegraph at Maple, Birmingham (Bloomfield Plaza) Master Card,Visa

OAKLAND CENTURY
LODGE will have a "splash
bash" 6 p.m. Aug. 15 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
(Ruth) Miller, 156 Lake
Park Dr., Birmingham.
There will be, dinner and
dancing at pool-side, a bal-
lroom dance demonstration
by Gunal Ejupes, and
swimming. There is a
charge and paid reserva-
tions are required by Aug.
‘12. For information, call
Jerry Friedman, 545-2888
or 626-2903.

Israel, Iran Deny
Arms Sale Story

JERUSALEM — Both Is-
rael and Iran have flatly
denied a story printed in the
Sunday Times of London
claiming that Israel has
sold 360 tons of military
supplies to Iran.
The Sunday Times quoted
the Cyprus Weekly news-
paper, which claimed an
Argentine plane that
crashed in Russia July 18
had been ferrying 12
planeloads of military
supplies worth $27.9 mil-
lion to Iran.
The reports claimed that
the arms were being flown
from Tel Aviv to Teheran
via Cyprus.

Bias Declines

NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Commit-
tee has released a public
opinion survey showing
that prejudice against Jews
has declined significantly in
the U.S. during the last 17
years.

continuing dedication
through your participa-
tion in Friday evening,
Sabbath and holiday
services.
"Your musical talent, to-
gether with your traditional
background, has enchanced
and beautified the religious
services for our residents
and many of them have
made mention of it.
"Your socialization and
interchange with the resi-
dents adds a festive air to
the Sabbath and we are in-
deed most appreciative."

Man blames fate for other
accidents, but feels person-
ally responsible when he
makes a hole-in-one.

NEW PRICING POLICY

20% OFF

* STATIONERY &
GIFT ITEMS

(Min. $10.00)

* WEDDING &
BAR MITZVAH
INVITATIONS
THE PRINT HOUSE

26028 Greenfield
In Lincoln Center

968-4040

If you're not
wearing it, sell it.

You can't enjoy jewelry if its sitting in your safe
deposit box. Sell it for immediate cash. We pur-
chase fine gems, Diamonds and Gold Jewelry.
A service to private owners, banks and estates.
Call 642-5575.

est. 1919

30400 Telegraph Road
Suites 104, 134
Birmingham, Mi. 48010
(313) 642-5575

Akk GEMOLOGIST

61

LAWRENCE M. ALLAN
President
DIAMONTOLOG I S-T

1111111W

TWO SALON LOCATIONS

MarioDavid

and

Mario of Southfield

UMMER
SPECIALS

FREE HAIRCUT

WITH ALL PERMS AT BOTH SALONS

NNINN ■ 111Mar

HAIRCUTS

BOYS & GIRLS (12 and under)

NOW $ 5

at both salons

We use quality
products by
Jhirmack

Mario-David Salon
557-0655

25761 Greenfield

South of 10 1/2

Southfield
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
NOW OPEN
TUES. THRU SUNDAY

Mario of Southfield Salon
559-2424

25225 Greenfield

Just north of 10 Mile

Southfield
in Highland Towers
Tuesday Wu Saturday

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