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February 01, 1985 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FOR MEN

In April 1984, Glickman was
named president of Chemical Fu-
tures Inc., an affiliate of Chemical
Bank with offices in New York,
Singapore, and Zurich. He holds
seats on the International Mone-
tary Market of the Chicago Mer-
cantile Exchange and the Chicago
Board of Trade.
Glickman received a Master of
Business Administration degree
with a major in finance from the
Graduate School of Business Ad-
ministration of the New York

conduct free clinics on running
shoes 7 p.m. Feb. 11 at its Ann
Arbor store, 212 E. Washington,
and at 7 p.m. Feb. 12 at the South-
field store, 29207 Northwestern
Hwy. No reservations are re-
quired. For information, call The
Total Runner, 354-1177.

JAX KAR WASH has opened a

car wash, its 10th, at 110 N.
Woodward at 11 Mile, announces
Bruce Milen, president.

LOUIS G. REDSTONE, FAIA,

and chairman of Louis G. Red-
stone Associates, Inc., announces
Keigaku Shuppau Publishers of
Tokyo have purchased the rights
to publish, in Japanese, his book,
The New Downtowns: Rebuilding
Business Districts.

NATIONAL
HEBREW
KOSHER FOODS is offering a

YOUTH

MICHIGAN STATE TEMPLE
YOUTH (MSTY) will hold its an-

nual winter conclave Feb. 8-10 at
Temple Emanu-El.
About 180 Reform Jewish
youth from Michigan and north-
ern Ohio are expected. The theme
of the conclave is "Love, Sex and
Marriage."
Dr. F. Paul Pearsall will speak
on "The Difference Between Love
and Lust" at Shabbat services on
Feb. 8. Services begin at 8 p.m. at
Temple Emanu-El. The commu-
nity is welcome.
Any MSTYite interested in
attending winter conclave should
contact Steven Glass, MSTY con-
clave vice president, 545-1063.

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• penny candy
• centerpieces
• children's personalized
party bags.

0 541-0750

8

354-4433

Lew Silver

coolidge north of

SAVE 30-60%
ON NEW AND
OUT-OF-PAWN

DIAMONDS & JEWELRY

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Lew Silver Diamond Broker

8
8

9 Mile Road at Greenfield
Across from the Advance Building

Confidential Loans
On Jewelry

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559-5323

ready friday

Anthony Glickman

University where he was a Uni-
versity Fellow.
Glickman will speak on "Jews
on Wall Street."
He is a graduate of the rabbinic
department of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
where he received ordination.
For information, call Cong.
Beth Achim, 352-8670. There is a
charge for the dinner.

BUSINESS

THE TOTAL RUNNER will

Lee
Wolin

8 • balloon bouquets

The 52nd annual Inter-
Congregational Men's Club
Dinner will be held at Cong. Beth
Achim on Feb. 14. This event
celebrates Brotherhood Month.
Dinner Chairmen are Stewart
Silverman and Jerry Tepman.
Guest speaker is Anthony S.
Glickman of West Orange, N.J.
Since 1983, Glickman has man-
aged the arbitrage department of
Chemical Bank New York, where
he is vice president in the capital
markets group. An internation-
ally recognized expert on futures
and options markets, Glickman is
a frequent lecturer on the man-
agement of interest rate risk.

full line of fresh and fresh-frozen
turkeys and chickens at Farmer
Jack Markets. The frozen turkeys
have a pop-up timer.

LOCAL NEWS

Machon L`Torah Sets
Brunch and Lecture

Machon L`Torah-Torah Center
of Metro Detroit will present
Rabbi Noach Weinberg at 10 a.m.
Feb. 17 at a brunch at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch of the
Jewish Community Center.
Rabbi Weinberg was born and
raised in New York. He is recog-
nized as a leader of the Baal
Teshuva Movement for those
wanting to rediscover their
Jewish heritage.
He has founded four educa-
tional institutions for this pur-
pose, including Aish HaTorah
College of Jewish Studies in the
Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem's
Old City near the Western Wall.
Aish HaTorah has branches in Tel
Aviv, Safed, Toronto, Los Angeles
and St. Louis.
There is a fee. For information,
call Rabbi Avraham J. Jacobovitz,
968-4835.

every down coat

in the store

-

regularly $116.

to $180.

$33. to $59.

fu!I length down coats from several
of America's foremost stylists, 3/4
length down stadium coats and
down short coats. all sold for $116.
to $180. now the warmth without
weight of a luxurious down coat is
yours at the lowest prices we
have ever sold these coats.while
they last! intermediate mark-
downs taken. all sales final.

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ready friday



ready friday winter warm,

$120. to $180.
wool suits

outerwear jackets

lush wool & wool blend suits in a
wide variety of styles from top
fashion craftsmen. all at 50 to 75/.
off the original prices.

poplins, corduroys, warm knit
vest inserts. ple.i,!ng &puffed
shoulder treatment:.:,.. a broad
assortment. near giveaway prices!

$33. to $39.

much higher' priced

$19.00

Jewish Educators
Slate Conference

Jewish
Michigan
The
Educators of Young Children will
hold its second annual conference
9:30 a.m. Feb. 8 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. The day-long seminar will
consist of four workshops on var-
ious aspects of Jewish education.
For information, call Rosaline
Gilson, 357-5544.

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Wedding Rehearsals and
Ceremony Assistance

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Men's Clubs Dinner Feb.14

Friday, February 1, 1985

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backloom

Franklin Plaza 29121 Northwestern Hwy.
at 12 Mile Rd., Southfield. 357-4742
Mon.-Sat. 9:30-9:30 Sun. 12:00-5:00

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Gift Certificate

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