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February 05, 1982 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46 Friday, February 5, 1982

Senior Center Seeks Drivers

The Southfield Senior
Adult Center is seeking
volunteers to deliver meals
to homebound senior citi-
zens.
Routes take 45-60 min-
utes to complete and a
mileage reimbursement

will be given. Volunteers
are needed a minimum of
one day per month.
For information, call
Shelly Dickey or Jeanne
Clelland at the Southfield
Senior Adult Center, 354-
9362.

"In the Tradition," star-
ring Sy Kleinman, will be
the final program in this
year's Celebration of Jewish
Arts Series. The program
will be held 8 p.m. Thursday
at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre in Ann Arbor.
Kleinman,• a storyteller
and comedian, will provide

,

JEWELRY
APPRAISALS N

so

Comedian Kleinman to Cap
Jewish Arts Series at U-M

At Very Reasonable Rates
642 - 5575
call for an appointment

est.

SY KLEINMAN

1919

a potpourri of stories reflect-
ing Jewish tradition. The
evening also will feature
Mickey Shur and his band
performing traditional
Jewish melodies.
For tickets, call the Uni-
versity of Michigan Hillel
Foundation, 663-3336.

30400 Telegraph Roati
Suites 104, 134
Birmingham, Mi. 48r;10
(413) 642-5575

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Dress Shop

ALL SALE
MERCHANDISE

TRANSFERRED FROM THE
APPLEGATE STORE
WILL BE

75%

OFF

OAK PARK STORE
ONLY

3
DAYS
FRI., SAT., SUN.

FEB. 5, 6 & 7

OPEN SUNDAY

11:30 a.m.--4:30 p.m.

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25603 Coolidge
Between 10 and 10 1/2 Mile
Oak Park, Mich.

Legal Fraternity
to Honor Judges

Detroit Graduate Chap-
ter, Tau Epsilon Rho Law
Fraternity, will honor its
members who are judges at
a dinner to be held 6 p.m.
Thursday at the Danish
Club of Detroit, 22711
Grand River.
Among those to be hon-
ored are: Michigan Sup-
reme Court Justice Charles
Levin; Michigan Court of
Appeals Judges S. Jerome
Bronson and Nathan J.
Kaufman; U.S. District
Court Judge Avern Cohn;
Mason County Circuit
Judge James R. Giddings;
Van Buren County Circuit
Judge Meyer Warshawsky;
Wayne County Circuit
Court Judges Victor J.
Baum, Benjamin Burdick,
Irwin H. Burdick, Charles
Kaufman, James Moritante,
Michael L. Stacey and John
M. Wise; Bankruptcy Court
Judges George Brody and
Harry G. Hackett.
Also Wayne County Pro-
bate Judges Ira G. Kaufman
and Joseph J. Pernick; Oak-
land County Circuit Court
Judge Hilda R. Gage; De-
troit Recorder's Court
Judges Harvey F. Tennen,
Samuel C. Gardner and
Warfield Moore, Jr.; Oak-
land County Probate Court
Judge Barry M. Grant; De-
troit Common Pleas Court
Judges George D. Kent,
John Cozart, Jr. and
Charles Rubiner; District
Court Judge Lawrence D.
Silverman; Oak Park
Municipal Court Judge
Marvin Frankel and South-
field District Court Judge
Norman W. Feder.
For reservations, contact
Beverly Betz, 399-4884.

Health Clinic
in Farmington

Inquisitive people are the
funnels of conversation.

The Oakland County
Health Division will offer a
free immunization clinic for
Farmington and surround-
ing communities at the
William Grace School,
29040 Shiawassee, Far-
mington Hills, 9 a.m. until
noon Thursday.
Immur}izations for
measles, German measles,
mumps, polio, diphtheria,
tetanus and whooping
_cough are available. A par-
ent or guardian must ac-
company the child under 18
years of age, and bring any
previous records of immuni-
zations, including any let-
ters or notices from school.
The health department
will have child health con-
ferences 9 a.m. Thursday
and Feb. 25 at the Grace
School.
Conference services in-
clude counseling, blood
tests, immunizations, phys-
ical examinations and re-
ferral services for newborns
through pre-school age
children whose families
cannot afford regular medi-
cal care.

'TYPEWRITER
REPAIRS AND
TUNE-UP

1995
SUPER BOWL
FURNITURE
RENTAL
Electric

$149.96
Typewriter
$19.96
Typewriters
Heavy duty Typewriters $49.96
$399.50
IBM Selectric
$269.96
Correcting Electric
$49.50
Mimeos
$19.96
Typewriter Tables
$149.96
Copy Machines
$299.50
Fireproof Files
Plain new copier ....$2296.00
$59.96,
Banquet Tables -

Assortment
of file boxes,
file cabinets
and storage
cabinets to be
sold at

75% OFF

DESKS

529.96-$49.96-$69,96

BETTER BUSINESS.
EQUIPMENT CO.

231 W. 9 Mile

FERNDALE — 1 /2 block W. of Woodward

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RAINBOW SQUARE

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SEMI ANNUAL SALE

Now in Progress

20% to 50% SAVINGS

ON EVERYTHING IN THE STUDIO

Sofas • Loveseats • Chairs • Lamps
Tables • Accessories ... and More

Kaplan Archives

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Jewish Reconstruc-
tionist Foundation reported
it had received a $250,000
matching grant from the
Philip Klutznick Founda-
tion to establish and operate
a Mordecai Kaplan Arc-
hives. Kaplan, now 100
years old, is the founder of
the Reconstructionist
movement.

Brown-Black Oriental Finish with
Brass Hardware. 2 Armoires, Queen
Storage Headboard, Mirrored Back .
Panels and Lighted Canopy. Only 8
Sets Available. Also available 64
Triple Dresser (not shown) Reg
$659, Sale $395. Only five available.

SALE

Reg. $2495

FINE FURNITURE TO LIVE WITH

Sherwood Studios

MARK MORGANROTH—Professlonal member ASID
OPEN SUNDAY 12-5 • MON.-SAT. 10-9
TEL-TWELVE MALL • Telegraph at 12 Mlle • Southfield • 354-9060

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