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July 19, 1985 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-19

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60 Friday. July 19, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JEWISH
NEWS

let your words
do the talking
in the

Call The Jewish News Advertising
Department at 354-6060

FROM $100.00

ON LINE
VIDEO

MAGICIAN

bruce m. weiss

LET US HANDLE ALL OF YOUR
VIDEO TAPING NEEDS
DAVID NEWMAN 626-0838 JERRY SMITH

, (a full service video co.)

Exciting
entertainment for
your organization,
club or private party.
Stage Shows
Close up magic
Audience
Participation
Mel Eisenberg
547-2464

Jewelers
26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

Southeast corner Northwestern
Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops

Mon.-Sat, 10-5:30
Thurs. 10.8:30

353-142

MENTALIST

The Cat Practice

OUR FIRST ANNUAL
SPRING & SUMMER

Ryon OM PA S

NO DOGS ALLOWED

Finally, Michigan's first complete medical/surgical health
care center for cats only.

He

SALE

ir

Aft.

up to

The Cat
Practice

75% OFF

256 S. Eton Street
Birmingham, MI 48008 (313) 540.3390
Limited to feline medicine and surgery.

Coming For Fall

Anne Bruse Collection From Sweden

Humidor One

Elegant
Accessories
For The Home

FOR WOMEN

The Ultimate
Smoke Shop

20000 W. TEN MILE ROAD • SOUTHFIELD, MI 44075
Northwest Corner of Evergreen/Ten Mlle Road, off the Lodge Freeway

— Always At Least 20% Off

On The Beautiful SUNSET STRIP
29548 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield

356.0676

Career & Leisure Clothes

For Today's Woman

"ONE MORE WEEK" SALE!

Our Successful "Southlipld Days"
"CLEAN SWEEP SALE" Should
Have Ended.
HOWEVER, Arlene will be away
this week at the Los Angeles
"AMERICAN LUGGAGE DEAL-
ERS" Show finding new and ex-
citing merchandise for this fall
and winter.
SO, we decided to extend for one
more week, our fabulous "CLEAN

SWEEP SALE" of Dinnerware,

Flatware, Crystal, Serving Pieces
and Cookware; as well as Cigars,
Pipes, Tobaccos, Smoking Awes ,
series, Writing Instruments, Lug-
gage and Leather goods.

DON'T VIII THIS SICOND CHANCE!
3564725
3564600
2Z le

HURRY! HURRY!

T

CLUTTER CONTROL'S
20:(0 OFF

SUM ER SALE

• Adjustable Po•ItNoureelt and
custom closet Installations

• ventilated Wire Shelving
and Basket Systems
• Custom Plans for Remodeling
or New construction
Huge Selection of Closet end
Home Storage Products

PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will meet at noon Monday
in the Lincoln Apts, club house.

GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women/Naamat, will
hold an Israeli cash luncheon at
noon Monday at Kristen Towers,
25900 Greenfield, Oak Park.
Sarah Pollak will recite the in-
vocation. Anne Kaplan, president
of the Greater Detroit Council,
will narrate "History of Jewish
Music" and she will present a skit
on the history of Jewish music. A
small donation for luncheon is re-
quested. Prospective members
and guests are invited.

DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will sponsor a
tour of the Holocaust Memorial
Center on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.,
meeting in the lobby of the main
Jewish Community Center, The
chapter will meet for luncheon at
11:45 a.m. at the Sign of the Beef-
carver restaurant on Orchard
Lake Rd. and Maple, Guests are
invited. For reservations, call
Elaine Kohner, 851-3662; or Shir-
ley Collins, 626-8885.

CITY OF HOPE HELEN
ROSENBERG CANCER
FIGHTERS installed Arlene Cu-
tler as president at their recent
installation and victory dinner.
Installed with her were: Barbara
Weintraub, vice president • fund
raising: Mary Cohen, vice
president - ways and means;
Gwen Silverstein, vice president -
program; Rose Moss, treasurer;
Dorothy Niskar, tribute secre•
tary; Sandy Brod, financial secre-
tary; Judy Shapiro, administra-
tive secretary; Flo Sayles, mer-
chandise secretary; Andi
Wayburn, publicity and bulletin
secretary; )Beverly Benderoff, par-
liamentarian.

NEOBAH SHALOM CHM
CHAPTER, Pioneer Women/
Naamat, will meet et noon Wed-
nesday at the Kristen Towers,
20990 Greenfield, Suite 2015E,
Oak Park, Current events will be
discussed, Quests are welcome,
For information, call President
Mena Winkelman, 9684972,

Women To Install
from Rodman

• Trained Stott to Solve Storage
Problems
▪ Unique gilts

FAU PNONR IOTIMATIO

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DAVID-HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION
will meet noon Tuesday at the
MCL Restaurant in the Tel-12
Mall, Arrangements are being
made for the 48th annual donor
luncheon to be held noon Oct. 22
at Cong, Beth Achim,

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Irene Rodman will he installed
as president of t h e Primrose Be-
nevolent .Club et its installation
noon July 30 at Hamilton Place ,
Officers to be installed with her
are: Rose nTickar, Helen OW-
berif, vice preektente; belie
hen, honorary vice president;
Celia Afiger, traftewror; Rose
Shapiro, nnanchil secretary; RYA
Meister, recording secretary;
Molly Weisman and Faye
`Parabola,
correspon4ins

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