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October 11, 1985 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-11

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8 Friday, October 11, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

AL'S SAVES YOU MONEY!

FIRESTONE
JEWE LRY

CUSTOM WALL MIRROR SPECIALISTS

Al's Stocks It All!

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AND SLIDING DOORS

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SHOWER DOORS

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Glazed
CLM

thick
• Clear, gray or
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• Beveled glass
• patterns

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ON DISPLAY

,

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Here For Benefit

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(313) 557-1860

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Pearl Bailey

Pearl Bailey will perform o
behalf of the Jewish Associatic
for Retarded Citizens on Oct. 29
Ford Auditorium at 8 p.m.
Following a successful pe
formance in an amateur contes
Ms. Bailey embarked upon
career in show business which lu
spanned the past four decade
Her stage career began' with S
Louis Woman (1946), for whit
she received the Donaldsc
Award as Best Newcomer c
Broadway. For her most recei
and most successful role as Dol
Levi in Hello Dolly, she received
special Tony Award.
Ms. Bailey's films include Ca

:

The Detroit Chapter of
The American Technion Society

cordially invites you to join them at the

37th Annual Dinner

Monday, October 21, 1985

Adat Shalom Synagogue

Dinner Chairman

29901 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills

Guest Speaker

Winston S. Churchill, M.P.

Vice-President,
British Technion Society

men Jones, St. Louis Blues, ar
Porgy and Bess. She has writtE

five successful and popular book
including The Raw Pearl at

Pearl's Kitchen.

She starred in the ABC-T
series, The Pearl Bailey Show,
1970-1971. She has al:
entertained at the White Hou
more often tha any other pe
former except Bob Hope.
Ms. Bailey has received numE
ous academic, cultural ai
humanitarian awards from di
nitaries from around the world f
her achievements, including t'
March of Dimes Award for 19(
two USO "Woman of the Yea
Awards and in 1977, Hadass;
bestowed upon her the "Woman
Valor" award. She has receiv
honorary degrees from bo
Georgetown University a]
Howard University.
In addition to her song, dan
and dramatic talents, in 1975, a
agin in 1976, Ms. Bailey was e
pointed special adviser to the U
Mission to the United Nations
President Gerald Ford.
Proceeds from the concert w
support the homes and servic
for mentally retarded perso
sponsored by the association.
Tickets for the concert may
ordered by calling JARC,
7650.

Stroke Club
In Oak Park

DAVID HERMELIN

WINSTON S. CHURCHILL, M.P.

15 p. m. - Cocktails
7:00 p. m. - Dinner
Dress Optional 6:
For information and reservations, please call the Technion office

$125 per person for the Technion Endowment Fund

R.S.V.P.

559-5190

The Stroke and Aphasia Club
Oak Park are inviting all perso
who have suffered a stroke to
weekly program, Thursdays
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Oak Pa]
Community Center. Feature
are hot lunches, recreation
games and outings. For inform
tion, call Laurie Buchman
541-0900.

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