ON NEW AND
will have a breakfast meeting on
April 28 at 9:30 a.m. at the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial Home.
- dele Simms, department
president, will be the hostess and
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
BLOCH ROSE POST AND
AUXILIARY will hold its annual
9 Mile Road at Greenfield
Across from the Advance Building
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Friday, April 19, 1985
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Now Open To Public!
Designers • Dealers Welcome
call PAUL BRASCH
(formerly Brasch Imports)
720 W. Eight Mile • Ferndale
OPEN DAILY 10-5 • Sun. 12-5
NO SALES • NO GIMMICKS • NO PROMOTIONS
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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
Just Everyday, Year Round Low
Warehouse Prices, At Least00/
Discount On All Items. '
of Congregation Shaarey Zedek
presents a concert in celebration of
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
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.
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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