Friday, May 3, 1985
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Stanley H. Kaplan
The SMART MOVE!
Couple Cited For Bonds
"the specialist in
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AL HARRISON LUGGAGE OUTLET
Luggage & Leather Goods Experts for Over 40 Yrs.
Sybil and Sheldon Mintz
The AL HARRISON LUGGAGE OUTLET has one of the finest and largest
selections of luggage - business cases - handbags - and
small leather goods - ALL AT DISCOUNT PRICES
AL HARRISON LUGGAGE OUTLET
Mon.-Wed. & Sat. 9-5.
Thurs. & Fri. 9-9
3116 W. 12 MILE RD.
About 1 Mile W. of Woodward
Between Greenfield & Coolidge
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Bring In Any Order Of
Dry Cleaning Or Shirts
Each 4th Item Is FREE*
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27601 Southfield Rd.
(North of 11 Mlle Rd.)
*Lowest priced items free • Southfield Location Only
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Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses will sponsor a tribute
dinner on behalf of State of Israel
Bonds at 6 p.m. June 4 in the
synagogue social hall.
Dinner honorees will be Dr.
Sheldon and Sybil Mintz, of West
Bloomfield, who will be the reci-
pients of the State of Israel's Lion
of Judah Award.
Dinner chairman is Dr. Harris
Dr. Sheldon Mintz earned his
D.D.S. degree at the University of
Detroit and his master's degree in
oral maxillofacial surgery at the
University of Pittsburg Dental
Dr. and Mrs. Mintz spend four
months of each year in Israel,
where he is a professor and the
department head of oral-
maxillofacial surgery at Beilin-
son Hospital in Tel Aviv. He also
is a visiting professor at the Tel
Aviv School of Medicine, the
Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv, and
the Rambam Hospital in Haifa.
He is a member of numerous
Jewish organizations; past lead-
ership roles include board mem-
bership in Hillel Day School and
American Red Magen David, na-
tional board membership in
American Friends of Tel Aviv
Dental School, and committee
member for the Jewish Welfare
Federation and the Alpha *Omega
Dental Fraternity Israel Bond ef-
An accomplished artist, Mrs.
Mintz earned her master's degree
in painting at the University of
Michigan, where she was a Rac-
kham Fellow. She also holds a
master's degree in art history
from Wayne State University,
and she is currently working on a
Ph.D. in art history at U of M.
She is a member of Israel Bib-
liophiles, and the Center for
Jewish Art in Jerusalem, and
both Dr. and Mrs. Mintz are
members of American Friends of
the Jewish Museum of Athens.
She has served on the board of
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses and
is currently the co-chairman of
the synagogue's cultural commis-
sion and a member of its interior
decoration and dedication com-
mittees. She served for five years
as president of the women's com-
mittee, Michigan Region of
American Red Magen David, was
a volunteer at the Israel Informa-
tion and Resource Center at the
Jewish Community Center, has
been active with the Detroit Aux-
iliary of Alpha Omega Dental
Fraternity, and is a member of
Hadassah, Women's American
ORT, National Council of Jewish
Women and Amit Women.
For tribute dinner reservations,
call the synagogue office, 851-
6880; or Israel Bonds, 557-2900.
For Sunday Concert
Tickets are still available for
Music Study Club's Annual Artist
Concert to take place Sunday at
Orchestra Hall at 3 p.m. Cellist
Matt Haimovitz and pianist
Anne-Marie McDermott will per-
Call President Helen Rowin,
626-5398; or Concert Chairman
Joan Linden, 642-2258, for infor-
The Cataract Support Group
meets at 1 p.m. the first Saturday
of the month at the Beacon Hill
Professional Plaza, 18161 W. 13
The group will assist at the
Vision Days '85 free vision screen-
ing May 14 and 15 at Tel-12 Mall.