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March 26, 1982 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hebrew School Auction Due

The Hebrew Day School
of Ann Arbor will have its
annual goods and services
auction 8:30 p.m. April 17 at

FOR
YOUR

1982

CADILLAC
SEE ME

TIM AUDETTE

Sales & Leasing

at

A Growing Fleet

AUDETTE CADILLAC

7100 Orchard Lake
Rd.
at Northwestern,
West Bloomfield

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israel's commercial ship-
ping company, Zim Lines,
has been increasing its fleet
dramatically.
The firm built seven new
ships in 1979, purchased
two more in 1980 and will
have seven additional new
ships by 1983. The company
now owns 100 vessels. Only
20 percent of its cargoes
originate in Israel.

(313) 851-7200

PERSONALIZED SERVICE
GUARANTEED

the Mill Creek Club house,
Ann Arbor.
Among the items to be
auctioned off are: hotel
packages, tennis lessons,
restaurant meals, legal
services, babysitting, a
month of subscription cable
TV, hand-dipped choco-
lates, a weekend in Chicago,
a gingerbread house and
more.
Zvi Gitelman will be the
auctioneer. Refreshments
will be served.
For information, call
Mona Liss, 971-0479; or
Harlene Adiv, 663-5978.

.

Why is this SHIRT different from all others?

1. Besides that it comes from the new men's furnishings store,
The Shirt Box, at drastically reduced prices.

WSU, Beth El Select Simons
for the Leo M. Franklin Award

.

Leonard N. Simons has
been selected 1982 recipient
of the Leo M. Franklin
Award in Human Relations
and will receive the award
at a noon luncheon on April
21 in the ballroom of the
Engineering Society of De-
troit.
The luncheon, now in its
fifth year, is jointly spon-
sored by Wayne State Uni-
versity and Temple Beth El
where Rabbi Franklin
served for more than half-
a-century. Simons is an
active member of the tem-
ple.
The award is given an-
nually to a student, alum-
nus, faculty member or in-
dividual identified with
Wayne State University
who has made a significant
contribution in the field of
human relations.
Simons has raised
funds for such WSU cam-
pus buildings as the Nate
Shapero Hall of Phar-
macy, the Meyer and
Anna Prentis School of
Business Administration,
and the two buildings
bearing the name of
Helen DeRoy.
For his work in behalf of
the WSU Press, the WSU
Board of Governors named

2. Not to mention, it is an all cotton dress shirt featured in two
styles, oxford button down and broadcloth in three rich
colors.

the Woodward Avenue
building of the press the
Leonard N. Simons Build-
ing. The Leonard N. Simons
Room in the Purdy Library
is filled with more than
2,000 books about Detroit
and Michigan history which
were given by Simons.
He has been cited by the
French government, Bran-
deis University, the United
Foundation (1982 Heart of
Gold Award). Hebrew
Union College and Wayne
State University have
awarded him honorary de-
grees. He is president

emeritus of the Detroit His-
torical Commission after
serving on the commission
for more than 30 years.
The public is invited to
the luncheon honoring Si-
mons. There is a charge. For
information, call WSU In-
formation Services, 557-
2150.

ENTERTAINMENT?
Seymour Schwartz

Friday, March 26, 1982 55

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Y

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DANCERS * CLOWNS
HANDWRITING ANALYST
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Hattie Schwartz

FOR THE
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PEOPLE TALK ABOUT."

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ow HEBREW COPY" AVAILABLE

HAPPY PASSOVER

4.

5 LBS. OF MATZO

If I Can't Beat YOur Best Deal

Margolis Household Furniture

6 Mile, 1 Blk. W. of Schaefer

ARNOLD MARGOLIS

INTERIOR
DECORATOR
SERVICE

MATTRESS SALE

Featuring: Beauty Rest by Simmons and
all other national brands

Furniture and Bedding

•SCHOOLFIELD •SELIG •SIMMONS •SEALY •SERTA •SPRING AIR •LA-Z:
BOY •STIFFEL LAMPS •KROEHLER •AMERICAN •BURLINGTON •BASSETT
•BARCALOUNGER •LANE •UNIQUE

13703 W. McNichols 342-5351 Hrs. Mon thru Sot. 9:30 til 5:30

3. Don't forget about the comfort an all cotton shirt has.

4. Most importantly, its at a fantastic savings.

You're on
the right
track with

values
to $28 each 2 $40

.11 11CIWI1/4

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SHIRT
BOX

1

1EN'S FURNISHINGS & ACCESSORIES

19011 W. 10 Mile Rd., Southfield
at Santa Barbara
Betw. SfId. & Evergreen
352-1080
Mon. Sat. 9:30-6
Parking & Entrance In Rear

LEONARD SIMONS

Sinai Guild
Plans Program

' Here's how
Chiropractic treats

Back Problems

Persistent or recurring aches in the

lower back and limbs may suggest a possible

lower spinal or pelvic problem. This often

requires a structural correction of the

cause in order to relieve the condition.

Although drugs may hide the pain

temporarily. the spine and sacroiliac must

be aligned to their proper position for

normal function.

The doctor of chiropractic has made a special

study of conditions related to the sacroiliac. spine

and nervous system. He seeks to not only locate the

problem and give relief from symptoms. but also to

correct the fundamental cause as well as offer

preventive. rehabilitation. and maintenance counsel.

Schecter
Chiropractic
Health Center

19674 W. Eleven Mile Road
Lathrup Village

(at Lathrup Landing Shopping Plaza)

557-0860

ADAT
SHALOM
NURSERY

-

Randy J Schever

Sinai Hospital Guild will
present a program, "To
Your Good Health," 7:45
p.m. April 21 and 29 at the
Oak Park Community
Center.
On April 21, Dr. Dale
Boesky will speak on "Are
You a Healthy Neurotic?"
Dr. Boesky is a
psychoanalyst on the Sinai
staff.
The April 29 program is
entitled, "Are You Involved
in Your Own Health Care?"
Panelists are: Dr. Lewis
Brodsky, chief of in-take
and emergency services,
psychiatry, Sinai Hospital;
Dr. Peter Goodman, medi-
cal coordinator of the Sinai
emergency room; and nurse
Alice Slate, patient rep-
resentative coordinator at
Sinai.
Refreshments will follow,
and admission is free.
Guests are welcome.

Biggest Customer

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israeli exports to the U.S. in
1981 totalled $1.25 billion,
or 25 percent of all Israeli
exports

ADAT SHALOM NURSERY

is delighted to announce
the opening of a

SUMMER DAY CAMP







Programs for 2 1 /2-6 year olds
Half day and full day programs
Professional staff from nursery school
Parent-toddler programs
Creative Jewish environment

For further information please call

Janet Pont,

Director

851-5105

Registration is still available for the fall semester

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