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March 28, 1986 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-28

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BUSINESS

It's Delightful
It's Delovelyl

GET.

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Call The Jewish News

FRANKIE PAUL

354-6060

*---PERKS FOR YOUR PARTIES —,

NDANCE SHOES will open
third shop today on The
:rdwalk shopping center on
chard Lake Rd. in West
°infield. The shop will carry
h fashion shoes for women.
NDANCE is also located in
rthland and Fairlane shop-
g centers.

INVITATIONS?
Hattie Schwartz
Qf Course! 352 7387

and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.;
and Thursday and Friday, 10
a.m. to 9 p.m.

N GREENBERG AND
SOCIATES, INC. of Berkley
won two more m aj or design
ards in the 1985 National
11 Monitor store design
petition. The remodeled
nkelman's store in Macomb
11 received a first place
and in the 2,000 to 10,000
are foot category. In the over
,000 square feet category, the
w Tel-12 Mall Crowley's store
i nured runner-up honors.

F. HUTTON-EMPLOYEE
AFF LEASING, INC., will
ye a free seminar on work-
n's compensation, unemploy-
nt insurance, benefit pur-
ases and pension advantages
rough a qualified employee
se arrangement at 3:30, 5:30
d 7:30 p.m. April 8 at the
vonia Holiday Inn and April 9
the Hilton Inn in Troy. A
ecial session for women who
anage a business or profes-
nal practice is held at 1:30
. For information, call Em-
oyee Staff Leasing, 562-0970.

SAN TAUBER - HYKE has
en appointed acting director of
blic information for Oakland
r unty, effective Monday.

ALERIE TAYLOR, resale
utique, has opened its second
e, in Southfield, at the Mar-
t Street Shoppes, 29394
orthwestern Hwy. The original
ore is located at 1844 S.
oodward, Birmingham.

OMI'S MAISON INTER-
TIONAL, a fashion salon in
e European tradition, will
en next week on The
ardwalk, at 6915 Orchard
ke Rd., West Bloomfield. Cus-
mers will be greeted at the
or by a uniformed attendant
d invited to a fashion view-
g, afternoon tea and casual
odeling.

NFORD J: LINDEN, foun-
r and president of Linden
edical Supply, Inc., has been
pointed by Margaret M. Heck-
r, secretary of health and
man services, to serve on the
ational Advisory Board on
chnology and the Disabled.

NDA S. HIRSCH has been
omoted to executive director
d ROBERT H. JACKIER
s been promoted to director of
erations for Special Cecille's.

LAYMORE LIONESS, lo-
ted in the Claymore Shops,
2 N. Woodward, Birmingham,
1 present Pam Liton, repre-
ntative for the new women:s
llection by Cullinane, frora
on to 4 p.m. Saturday at the
op. Regular store hours are:
onday, Tuesday, Wednesday

-

FOR THE BEAUTIFUL INVITATIONS
PEOPLE TALK ABOUT

HEBREW COPY AVAILABLE

Testimonial
Honors Lawyer

ENTERTAINMENT?
Seymour Schwartz
Of Course! 356 8525

AND HIS MUSIC

Find Out About The

Solos, Combos or Orchestra

ISRAEL BOND

Which Pays

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DEBBIE PARTRICH'S







Joseph Exhibits
in Local Gallery

Cade Gallery will exhibit new
works by artist Michael Joseph,
starting Tuesday and continuing
through April 23. There will be
a reception with the artist on
Tuesday at 3 p.m. .

For information, call Cade
Gallery, 546-3365.

This is not an offering.
For information and a prospectus,
call or visit: •

cue • One Man Band
Any Size Music Group
Caricatures • Clowns
Mimes • Magic • Mark Kandel, E.S.F. *
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Development Corporation for Israel

NAIL & SKIN

THREADS

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In Cal

ALWAYS 20% TO BO% BELOW RETAIL

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Farmington Hills

24901 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield



24123 Greenfield Rd.
• Southfield, MI 48075

Telephone: 557-2900

*Thru March 31, 1986

851-0200 or 851.6240

Wedding, Rehearsal and
Ceremony Assistance

Sharon Padzensky 5594757

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Jewelers

• Bloom Bloom •

Southeast corner Northwester rn n

• Registered Electrologists •

Behind Gabe's Fruits
I The Mayfair Shops

Come and let us remove your unwanted hair problem and improve your appearance.

26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

Near 12 Mile Rd. bet. Evergreen & Southfield

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
Thurs. 10-8:30

559-1969

353-1424

Appt. OnlyAsk For Shirlee or Debby.



4111 ■ •

BUZ HOLZMAN'S

NOW BUYING

VALERIE
• MYLON

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AWARD WINNING -

Fashion Resale
is paying cash
for spring and summer
women's clothing
and accessories.
for information
call Mon.-Frl. 12 to 6

Lecture Series
For Diabetics

A series of six diabetes classes
will be held on Wednesday eve-
nings at 7:30 p.m. in the au-
ditorium of the Novi Middle
South, 25299 Taft, Novi. These
classes are scheduled to begin
on April 10, and are for adult
diabetics and their family mem-
bers.
There will be no charge. How-
ever, pre-registration is required
as enrollment is limited.
To register, call the Oakland
County Health Division, 424-
7101.

71/4% *
Annual Interest Rate
For IRA's ONLY

e

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A testimonial dinner and 80th
birthday party will be held for
attorney Ralph R. Goldsmith at
7 p.m. April 15 at Temple Beth
El. Cocktails will be served at 6
p.m.
The master of ceremonies will
be Attorney General Frank J.
Kelley. Many leaders in the
legal profession and the labbr
community will join to honor
Goldsmith "for his accom-
plishments during the last 55
years."
Goldsmith attended Detroit
College of Law, was graduated
from Wayne State University
Law School and was admitted to
the State Bar of Michigan in
1929.
He practiced law with the late
Mr. Harry Rosen for many years
in the firm of Goldsmith and
Rosen.
He was appointed a Wayne
County Public Administrator in
1949 by then Gov. G. Mennen
Williams and Stephen J. Roth,
attorney general. He is still an
active county public adminis-
trator and also a special assis-
tant attorney general.
He is a former president of
the Downtown Synagogue.
Goldsmith was very active in
the labor movement and served
as former counsel for the UAW.
He remains an active member of
the Democratic Party.
He is presently chairman of
an Attorney Grievance Commit-
tee Panel, and is a former Most
Worshipful Master of the Mosaic
Lodge, Masonic Temple.
Tickets are available by cal-
ling, Sylvia S. Hart, 353-6468.
There is a fee.

Before You Contribute
To Your IRA

557-7986

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Saturday, March 29, 1986 • 8 . 13 M - Midnight

Proceeds will benefit the Jewish Community Center

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

6600 W. Maple at Drake • W. Bloomfield, Michigan
Admission $5.00 or FREE with purchase of

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$500 per person limit on winnings le •
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Gifts from Tapper's Fine Jewelry and other local mer-
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For more information call 661-1000, X 180..

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