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May 11, 1984 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ENGAGEMENTS

, 4ibl

NEW FOR
SUMMER

Friday, May 11, 1984

67

To John C. Hopp, Jr.
Real Estate Management
is not a
Trivial Pursuit

Hopp Management Company does not trifle with what we have
been excelling in for over 50 years and that is specializing in Real
Estate Management, Investments, and Consultation Services. We
analyze current Real Estate Investments, anticipate Market Trends,
evaluate prospective alternatives, and provide practical answers.

Parent-Toddler

"All By Myself

Fall Openings Also

Temple Beth El
Nursery School

Call Joy Kaplan at

851-1100

<1> HOPP
MANAGEMENT COMPANY

REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT AND INVESTMENTS SINCE 1930
17117 West Nine Mile, Suite 1523
Southfield, Michigan 48075
(313) 557-2500

Joanne Schare

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DON'T THROW IT AWAY!!


Schare Levin

-

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Schare of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Joanne, to
William Robert Levin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Le-
vin, also of Oak Park.
Miss Schare earned a

B.A. degree in speech
communications/public re-
lations. Her fiance earned a
B.S.E.E. degree at Wayne
State University.



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A July wedding is
planned.

Musical comedy to highlight
Sinai Guild annual meeting

An original musical com-
edy, "La Cage Aux Sinai,"
written and directed by
Ellen Schmier and Jane
Zukin, will headline the
Sinai Hospital Guild's an-
nual meeting and installa-
tion to be held on Wednes-
day at Cong. Shaarey Zedek
at 11 a.m.
The cast includes: Dr.
Edward Bartholomew,
Elisabeth Berkley, Dr. Con-
rad Giles, Linda Giles, Dr.
Milton Goldrath, Dr. Susan
Harold, Joan Linden, Dr.
Stanley Levy, Dr. Paul
Neufeld, Phyllis Newman,
Irving Shapiro and Shelby
Tauber.

Also Alyssa Friedman,
Lauren Friedman, Jaime
Newman, Jeffrey Sturman,
Julie Sturman, Marci
Sturman, Jamie Schenk
and Matthew Stein.

Nominating Chairman is
Cynthia Steinberg. The in-
stalling officer will be Mar-
jorie Federman.

Spring fashions will be
shown. Luncheon will be
served.

Checks should be made
payable to Sinai Hospital
Guild and sent to the guild
at 6767 W. Outer Drive, De-
troit 48235.

Israeli sculptor's works,
senior events at Center

The Jewish Community
Center will spotlight the
-ks of Israeli sculptor
Hendin from May 13
to 20.

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Born in Riga, Latvia,
Hendin was employed by
the Russian government to
make decorative works for
public institutions. He was
assigned to do chandeliers
and other lighting fixtures
for the walls and ceilings of
Khrushchev's summer
house. He left Russia for
Czechoslovakia in 1964 ac-
companied by his wife and
two sons. Eighteen months
later the family moved to Is-
rael. •
Hendian's bronzes reflect

Biblical images and Jewish
themes.
The Center senior adult
department's Tuesday Lec-
ture Series will feature
Rabbi Eric Greenbaum at 1
p.m. Tuesday in the assem-
bly hall of the Jimmy Pre-
ntis Morris Branch. All
senior adults are invited
free of charge.
The Friday Lecture
Series will continue at 1
p.m. May 18 in room 13 of
the Morris Branch. Sharon
Schwartz of the Midrasha
will continue her series on
"The World of Our Mothers
and Fathers: The Immig-
rant Experience."
All senior adults are in-
vited free of charge.

Especially at 40% Discount

Reg.
1/5 ct. tw. 330.00
1/4 ct. tw. 495.00
1/3 ct. tw. 525.00
1/2 ct. tw. 945.00
3/4 ct. tw. 1575.00
1.00 ct. tw. 2200.00
1.25 ct. tw. 3150.00
2.00 ct. tw. 9300.00

A

Now

198.00
297.00
315.00
567.00
945.00
1320.00
1890.00
5589.00









We can if possible repair or remake


any of the items we

can clean. We will prolong




the use of those costly items.





• DRAPERIES • BEDSPREADS • BLANKETS ••


(Cleaned or Laundered)

• WINDOW SHADES • LAMPSHADES • PILLOWS •

41 ,
VENETIAN BLINDS (Cleaned, retaped & re-corded)

• .
ANY OTHER ITEMS YOU MAY HAVE — IF IT CAN BE



CLEANED, WE'LL CLEAN IT AND CLEAN IT PROPERLY



• • -
If you're moving we can remake and re-install


your existing draperies to fit another window or


room.



• •


I We Remove & Install 1






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DRAPERY CLEANERS
Suburban Call Collect

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• - All that.the name implies." VISA & MASTERCHARGE

VAC

O As
Inc.

31313 Northwestern
Farmington Hills

Mon. Sat.

BEFORE YOU CALL US

9:30 to 5:00

851-7333

891-1818

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