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December 11, 1981 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-11

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28 Friday, December 11, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Audrey Lorber
585-7223 or 559-6022

A memory you will have forever . .

Legal Taping
Business Meetings
Weddings

SAVE THIS AD

$250
VALUE

DECEMBER IS

DESIGNERS MONTH

at THE WAREHOUSE

Each week during December,
we salute one leading designer
and feature his suits at our
dramatic savings with the label
before we rip out the labels.
Most manufacturers, like Hart
Schaffner & Marx, insist we re-
move their labels when the price
is so low ; to accomodate these
vendors, we cut out the labels.

But in the Xmas spirit, each
week, we feature one leading
designer before we rip out those
labels. After all, it's no big deal,
all we take out is a 15c label,
the quality stays in for you to
enjoy.

•This week we salute
Yves Saint Laurent!

There's a lot to see at The
WAREHOUSE! See our Values,
See our Quality, See our Selec-
tion . . . you'll never pay full
retail again as you join the thou-
sands who have made The
WAREHOUSE Michigan's larg-
est seller of mens suits

TORONTO (JTA) —
Three Jewish candidates
were elected to the legisla-
ture of Manitoba in the re-
cent elections there.
These were Brian Corrin
in Winnipeg, of the New
Democratic Party (NDP)
and Henry Carroll of Bran-
don, Manitoba, also of the
NDP; and Ed Covnatz of
Winnipeg of the Conserva-
tive Party.
Saul Miller and Saul
Cherniack, Cabinet minis-
ters in a pervious NDP gov-
ernment, had withdrawn
from the contest before the
election was called. Sydney
Green, also a member of an
earlier NDP Cabinet,
started a new party, the
Progressives, which elected
no members.
Sidney Spivak, a former
Conservative leader and
Cabinet minister did not
run for re-election.

Mrs. Annenberg
Resigns; Cites
Family Ties

YVES ST. LAURENT VESTED SUITS

This week The WAREHOUSE salutes one of The Great
French designers, Yves Saint Laurent, by featuring a
superb collection of over 200 of his distinctive hand-
tailored suits at an amazing S98! Enjoy his faultless
executive styling, his unique flair for understated sophisti-
cation . . . at a price that makes good sense. Sizes 37-48

r.

1H1.

511 W. 11 Mile Road, Royal Oak

5 Blocks East of Woodward

visir Daily 10-6, Thur.-Fri. 10-9, Sun. 12-5

master charge

SAVE THIS AD

This Chanukah
give them our best

9

Look for the beautiful new
Kedem Gift Box, featuring an international
selection of the.world's finest kosher wines.
It's a unique, delicious giftthat will
win you compliments'for good taste.

KEDEM®

KEDEM WINE CO., NEW YORK, N.Y.

• et,;/.5%;

3 Jews Elected
in Manitoba



WASHINGTON — Le-
nore Annenberg's decision
to step down from her post
as United States chief of
protocol was made so that
she could spend more time
with her husband (Walter
H. Annenberg, former U.S.
ambassador to Britain) and
not because of White House
sources criticizing her per-
formance in the job, she told
the New York Times.
Mrs. Annenberg, a close
friend of President and Mrs.
Reagan, was appointed to
the $50,000-a-year position
last January. She received
extensive news coverage
last spring with her unor-
thodox style in handling the
duties of the chief of pro-
tocol.

Histadrut Office
Scene of Protest

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Some 8,000 diamond work-
ers staged a violent de-
monstration at the Histad-
rut building in Tel Aviv.
The demonstators, de-
manding higher wages,
broke windows in the first
floor of the building and
threw rocks into the office of
Yeruham Meshel, the sec-
retary general of Histadrut.
Several demonstrators
tried to break into the build-
ing, but were prevented by
police.
The demonstrators pro-
tested against Histadrut
because it would not sup-
port their wage demands.

Arms Race Costs

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The newspaper Haaretz re-
ports that Israel is expected
to spend $7.3 billion for ar-
maments in 1982, an in-
crease of 40 percent over
1981. This is a per-capita
cost for each Israeli of
$1,845.
Haaretz editorialized
that since a substantial part
of Israel's defense costs are
paid by the U.S., increased
expenditures increase Is-
raeli dependence on the
U.S.

JABOTINSKY SOCIETY
OF HERUT

Will present

A MUSICAL and HANUKAH PROGRAM

Comedy, Yiddish, Israeli, and English Songs
Will Be Performed by Five Wonderful Entertainers
A Hanukkah Candle Lighting Will Be, Observed.
Light Dairy Supper Will Be Served.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1981 7:00 P.M.
. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

15110 W. TEN MILE

OAK PARK

Donation $6.00 .Detroit Jewry and Community Leaders'
Are Invited

For Tickets Call:

Sam Horning
Evelyn Klein

557-1847
353-0096

Nancy Fardonsky
Helen Kain
Simon Cieck

545-6967
569-1284
548-3073

Member, Detroit Zionist Federation

NEVER AGAIN!!

PROUD JEWS STAND
UP AND SUPPORT
THE JEWISH DEFENSE
LEAGUE!!

JOIN US AGAINST
ANTI-SEMITISM AND
ASSIMILATION

JEWISH
DEFENSE
LEAGUE

-NEVER AGAIN-

NAME

ADDRESS

PHONE

CITY

STATE

return to:

7IP

JEWISH EXPERIENCE

P.O. Box -2435
Southfield, Mich. 48034
357-5449

HAPPY HEBREW DAYS

December 28, 29, 30

A WINTER CAMP

sponsored by

UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS

and the

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

Roller Skating
Creative Crafts
Sports
Swimming
Cartoon Festival and more

Israeli Singing
and
Dancing
Tefillah
Outdoor Fun

For Kindergarten - 6th Graders
9:30 a.m,-3:30 p.m.
at the main J.C.C.

Bus shuttle from: 10 Mile J.C.C. $33 NS Student or
J.C.C. Member
UHS Main Bldg.
UHS-Adat Shalom Branch

For further information,
please call 354-1050 or 661-1000

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