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April 19, 1985 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-19

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JWV

I

Lew Silver
ACIMMPPAL.

SAVE 30-60%
ON NEW AND

will have a breakfast meeting on
April 28 at 9:30 a.m. at the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial Home.
1'7 A
- dele Simms, department
president, will be the hostess and

give
her report on the national
executive meeting in Miami, Fla.
Reports also will be given on the
goodwill luncheon and paid-up
membership party, by Ruth
L_Soverinsky, junior vice president.
Elaine Levy will report on fund
Poppies will be distrib-.
uted by Mamie Simrod, poppy
chairman. A report will be given
on the forthcoming state of Michi=
gan annual convention by Toby
Lantz. For information, call Mrs.
=f_imms, 358-1282, or the JWV
home, 559-5680.

BLOCH ROSE POST AND
AUXILIARY will hold its annual

.

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9 Mile Road at Greenfield
Across from the Advance Building
Confidential Loans
559.5323
On Jewelry

WAREHOUSE
OUTLET

FURNITURE

-7 1P+Kk OUT-OF-PAWN

Lew SilvelkPlliamond Broker

41

/ ROSEWOOD • TEAK • LEATHER • HOME • OFFICE)

SCANDINAVIAN/U.S.
TRADING COMPANY

DIAMONDS & JEWELR

DEPARTMENT OF MICHI-
GAN LADIES AUXILIARY

Friday, April 19, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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master charge

Now Open To Public!
Designers • Dealers Welcome

MEM
VISA'

543-5410

call PAUL BRASCH
(formerly Brasch Imports)
720 W. Eight Mile • Ferndale
OPEN DAILY 10-5 • Sun. 12-5

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The "Sportswear Side"
of Coats Unlimited

outgoing Commander and
President's Dinner on April 28 at
Gino's Surf, 37400 E. Jefferson,
Mt. Clemens. There will be a cash
bar at 6:30 p.m. with dinner fol-
lowing at 7 p.m. Entertainment
will be provided by Paul Loc-
crichio's orchestra. Guests are in-
vited. For reservations, call Tom
Tennis, 557-5538; or Pauline
Goodstein, 356-3837.

Just Everyday, Year Round Low
3
Warehouse Prices, At Least00/
Discount On All Items. '
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6%

CLUB

MEN'S

of Congregation Shaarey Zedek

presents a concert in celebration of

ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE
DAY

featuring the world renowned

BALE . POST will have its
'''Jewish Open" golf tour June 4 at
Edgewood Golf and Country Club.
The all-day golf outing will in-
clude unlimited golf, cart, break-
fast, lunch, dinner, open bar,
prizes and gifts. There is a fee, and
the registration deadline is May
L L,15. Non-golfers are invited at a
reduced fee. For starting times
and information, call Mary
Weinstein, 683-2929 (home) or
532-4709 (office).

CHARLES SHAPIRO AUXIL-
( IARY will present an American

lag to Detroit Councilman Mel
Ravitz, at meeting of the Detroit
'7 Common Council on Wednesday
1 at 11:30 a.m.
Attending this presentation
will be auxiliary president Helen
Pliskow, Patriotic Instructuress
Helene Westerman, Junior Vice
-President Margaret Mendelson,
I Department President Adele
7 Simms, Department Commander
Al Rose and Department In-
structress Shirley Schlussel.
The auxiliary will service • the
Oakland County Children's Vil-
lage. To volunteer, call Helen
`'Pliskow, 399-1546, after 4 p.m.

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Center Assists
-War Veterans

The Veterans Administration
Vet Center has relocated at 20820
Greenfield, Oak Park.
The Vet Center features indi-
vidual counseling, group counsel-
ing, family counseling, vocational
counseling and job development.
Readjustment counseling serv-
ice for Vietnam-era veterans also
i is available. Family members are
welcome, and the services are
free. For appointment, call the
Vet Center, 967-0040/41.

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