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July 30, 1982 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Singles Events

refreshments will be avail- quired. Those wishing to go
able. There is an admission in caravan will meet at
charge. In case of rain, the Temple Beth El at noon. For
event is canceled. For de- information, call Betty
tails, call Heidi Press, 352- White, 399-5878; or Henry
6858, evenings between 6 Brand, 535-8041.
and 10.
* * *
The 40 Plus group will
BNAI BRITH SING-
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hear the music of Rick and LES will have an outdoor
7 --1 BANKRUPTCY
I APPRAISER I Maureen Del Grosso at a patio picnic at the home of
cocktail party 8 p.m. Sun- Tom Rosender, 7715
SALE
day at Roberto's. Light re- Locklin, Union Lake at 1
RENTAL RETURNS
g freshments and a cash bar p.m. Aug. 8. There will be a
AND SUPPLIES
will highlight the evening. chicken dinner, boating and
AT DISCOUNT
There is an admission swimming. There is a
I# P21 HON Executive Chair - 669.96
charge.
charge. For reservations,
# P63 Secretary Chair Demo -$49.96
.#838 Wood Exec. Guest Chair -
For details, call Miss call Shirley Gendler, 546-
6119.49
I
Press. To get on the mailing 6521; Adele Simms, 358-
#11021 24 x 54 Exec. Desk-$134.49
• #514CP Legal File - 4 Drawer with •

list, write JAS, cio Cong. 1282; or Lore Cohn, 356-
I
lock $129.49
Beth Shalom, 14601 Lin- 3251. A caravan will meet
#314 Hea
vyDuty
Du Fil e -261/2" deep-
coln, Oak Park, 48237.
at 11:30 a.m. at Cunnin-
4 Drawer - $119.49
. #30ABG2-Shelf Bookcases - $39.96
* * *
gham's at Lincoln Center
#37881 60" Credenza - $169.95
II
PEOPLE
PROD- and leave at noon for the
Typewriter Repairs 8i
UCTIONS will have a party.
Tune-up - $19.96
* * *
(plus parts)
party at Frisco's (fornierly
Stafford's)
in
the
Orchard
GOOD
FRIENDS,
ages
is 1/2 Off Selected Typewriters starting -
Mall 8 p.m. Sunday. A cash 23-40, will attend the De-
IS
$39.96
▪ New SCM Portable - $79.96
bar will be available. There troit Concert Band per-
• I Correcting Elec. Typewriters
is an admission charge. For formance at the State Fair
I $289.96
'71 details,
▪ IBM Selectric - $399.96
call Mark Felsen- Grounds 7:30 p.m. Aug. 7.
▪ Walnut Typing Tables - $44.96
U feld, 553-4386.
The group will meet at 6:30
Portable Typewriters
* * *
I
I
p.m. to form carpools at the
$49.96, $59.96, $69.96
SOLO FLIGHT SING- home of Sandra Maurer,
Banquet Tables - $59.96
I • New
Desks starting at $29.96
LES of Temple Beth El will 25631 Lincoln Terrace,
I
IN Copy Machines - $99.96
have a family-style chicken Oak Park, and return there
I Drafting Tables - $99.96
I
▪ New Drafting Stools - $79.96
dinner in Frankenmuth 4 at 9:30 for a wine and cheese
I Selected HON Exec. Chairs-60% Off I
p.m. Sunday, meeting in the afterglow. There is a
lobby of the Bavarian Inn. charge. for information, call
Reservations are not re- Ms. Maurer, 968 - 6191.

JEWISH AND SINGLE
(JAS) invites Jewish singles
age 20-40 for an afternoon of
swimming and munchies 1
p.m. Sunday at the home of
Harley. Berger, 27728 Red
Leaf Ln., Southfield. Light

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I BETTER BUSINESS
I EQUIPMENT CO.
I 231 W. Nine Mile Rd.

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Ferndale • 548-6404

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OPEN SAT. 9-4:30
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Bring in Ad for Free Gift
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SPACE Programs in August

SPACE, a community
service of the National
Council of Jewish Women

Happy 50th Birthday
MORRY

With all our love

Your second handed in-laws.
Harold and Ida

Channel 3 Productions, Inc.
21700 Northwestern, Suite 1060
Southfield, Michigan 48075

The
Professional
I/id ¢a People

Greater Detroit Section for
those who are separated, di-
vorced or widowed, has an-
nounced - its August calen-
dar. All meetings are at 8
p.m. at the office, 16400 W.
12 Mile Rd., Southfield
The four-week support
group series for those who
are separated or divorced
and the support group series
for those who are widowed
begin Tuesday and run con-
secutively on Aug. 10, 17
and 24. Pre-registration is
required by phone.
The continuing support
group series for those who
are separated or divorced
and have completed a sup-
port group series will run on
Wednesdays, Aug. 4, 11, 18
and 25. Pre-registration is
required by phone.
There will be drop-in
discussion groups every
Wednesday evening
throughout the month for
those who are separated,
divorced or widowed. No
registration is required.
SPACE is planning a fall
weekend retreat for those
who are single, with and
without children, to be held
on Oct 15-17. It is also plan-
ning picnics in the South-
field and Oak Park area for
single parent families.

Levin to Speak

The Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center will
continue its "Know Your
Candidate" series 1 p.m. to-
day. Sander Levin, Demo-

cratic candidate for Con-
gress in the 15th District,
will speak. The public is in-
vited.
On Aug. 6, Doug Ross,
candidate for the same seat,
will speak.

Yiddish Concert
in the Park

The fourth annual Yid-
dish Concert in the Park
will be held 2:30 p.m. Sun-
day in Oak Park's Shepherd
Park.
The concert is free, spon-
sored by Workmen's Circle,
J.T. Zukerman Culture
Fund, Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute and the Jewish
Community Council.
Featured performers
will be Cantor Chaim
Najman of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, Margelee Green-
Ruby and Sam Barnett
and his orchestra.
The Detroit Frederation
of Musicians helped obtain
a grant from Performances
Trust Fund to help pay for
the instrumental music for
the concert.

Wedding, Rehearsals and Ceremony Assistance

Sharon Padzensky

559-4757

Balloonatics

proudly presents
the

Crazy Daisy

the first in the area!

Centerpiece and 7 foot size available

for a knockout gift!

Gurwin Elected

Hanley M. Gurwin has
been elected the 50th
president of the Oakland
County Bar Association.
Also taking office on July 1,
1982 were president-elect
Sheldon.G. Larky, treasurer
Sheldon G. Larky and trea-
surer Sandor M. Gleman.

Friday, July 30, 1982 49

P.S. Ask us about our Balloon-Tree for parties

Call for Deliveries

855-3355

VISA

MASTERCARD

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NEW STORE POLICY
20% OFF ,
REGULAR MERCHANDISE ALL TIMES

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FOR THE EARLY BIRD!
Latest Fall and Winter Fashions • Plus Coats, Jackets and Snow Suits
Arriving Daily
Use Our Layaway

ORCHARD MALL/West Bloomfield
Orchard Lake at Maple
851-5110

Mon., Tues., Wed.
& Sat. 10-6 -
Thurs. & Fri. 10-9

Children's Shoppe

HENRY MORGENTHAU LTHAIM
BOWLING LEAGUE

Announces Their Move To

STRIKE & SPARE LANES
& YORBA LINDA. BOWL

Leagues now forming:

Tuesday, Yorba Linda 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Ark West Lanes, 9 p.m.
Thursday, Strike & Spare Lanes, 7 p.m.

Please call:

Gerald Gershune, 546-4418
Robert Franklin, 548-2884,
Philip Perlstein, 557-519 8

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B'rith Bowlers Welcome

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