THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
,SO Friday, June 13, 1986
• REAR ENDS •
JUNE SUPER SALE
OUR GREAT SELECTION OF
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• Previous Sales Excluded
70% OFF 1" TURNIL MINI BLINDS
**available 36 colors - FREE valance
OFFER EXPIRES JUNE 20th, 1986
PREVIOUS ORDERS EXCLUDED
**24 patterns to choose from
Flat P.V.C. Verticals
**8 colors to choose from
BLIND & DESIGNS 1" TURNIL HORIZONTAL BLINDS
18.60 20.10 24.00 27.90 31.80 43.20 53.70
48" 18.60 20.10 21.90 26.40 30.60 34.80 47.70 59.10
54" 20.10 21.90 23.70 28.50' 33.30 37.80 51.90 64.50
60" 21.60 23.40 25.50 30.60 35.70 41.10 56.10 69.60
66" 23.10 25.20 27.30 33.00 38.40 44.10 61.30 75.00
72" 24.60 26.70 29.10 35.10 41.10 47.10 64.50 80.40
78" 26.10 28.50 30.90 37.50 43.80 50.40 68.70 85.80
84" 27.60 30.00 32.70 39.60 46.50 53.40 72.90 90.90
Widths to 142", Lengths to 126"
at comparable savings
BLINDS & DESIGNS LASER LIGHT 3000
37" x 48"
49" x 60"
• Vertical Blinds
74" x 72"
• Pleated Shades
87" x 84"
86.78 109.52 236.27
Widths to 187", Lengths to 144"
at comparable savings
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SALE ENDS JUNE 30, 1986 -
50% & 35% OFF Macrame Verticals
CHAPTER, Naamat USA, will
have a regular luncheon meeting
at noon Monday in the Whitehall
Apts. club house. Norval Slobin
will speak on "Fum Vo De Fis
Origin and Develop-
ment of the Yiddish Language."
There is a nominal charge.
Friends and 'guests are welcome.
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CLUB will meet noon Monday in
the Lincoln Towers club room.
Officers will be elected and plans
for the July 15 installation and
anniversary luncheon will be dis-
by DAVID CITRIN
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CHAPTER, Naamat USA, will
hold its installation of officers for
1986-1987 at noon Wednesday at
Denny's Restaurant, Greenfield
Rd. Past president Charlotte
Baldwin will be the installing
officer and recite the invocation.
A member will be selected as the
woman of the year.
Officers to be installed are: Fan
Press, president; Etta Kaplan
and Ms. Baldwin, vice presidents;
Ms. Baldwin, Reva Lahr, Eva
Rivkin and Anna Weitz,
secretaries; Lena Schwartz, trea-
surer; Betty Order, bulletin, darl-
ings and Histadrut; Iliene Win-
kelman, membership, dues and
Naamat; Ida Kaplan, Jewish Na-
tional Fund; Freda Metz, public-
ity and Clarion, Etta Kaplan,
canister; Ms. Lahr and Ms. Press,
child rescue; Lilian Lublin,
spiritual adoption; Ms. Press,
council represetnative; Ms. Win-
kelman,, Rose Gayer, Ms. Weitz
and Rose Kleinbard, social com-
mittee; and Ms. Kleinbard, sun-
Friends and guests are wel-
will be held noon Tuesday in the
MCL Restaurant in the Tel-12
Mall. Arrangements have been
made for the annual donor lunch-
eon to be held at noon Sept. 30 at
Cong. Beth Achim.
ISRAEL CHAPTER, Naamat
USA, will hold its installation of
officers on June 22 at noon at the
Franklin Racquet Club. Brunch
will be served. Installing officer
will be Evelyn Noveck.
Officers to be installed are:
President, Lee Wagman; Vice
Presidents, Fan Bunin, Betty Le-
vin, Mildred Neumark, vice
president-at-large, and Ruth Mil-:
ler; Financial Secretary and
Treasurer, Hilda Lakritz; Dues
Secretary, Ethel Hyman; Corre-
sponding Secretary, Edith H.
Sweetwine; Recording Secretary,
Anne R. Mentzel; Child Rescue
and Jewish National Fund, Molly
Diamond; Membership, Sonia
Wiatrak; Hospitality, Clare
Winkler; Publicity and Public
Relations, Selma Korn; Sunshine
Fund, Mrs. Mentzel; Jewish
Community Council, Mrs. Miller;
Jews in Distress, Phyllis D. Korn.
Entertainment for the lunch-
eon will be a program of readings
by Molly Sallen. Reservations
may be made by calling Fan Bu-
nin, 646-5337, and should be
made by Monday. There is a nom-
inal charge. Friends and guests
WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM
ORGANIZATION will hold a
regular meeting at the M.C.L.
Cafeteria on Monday at 11:30
a.m. The major fund raising for
the year will be on the agenda.
TER, Naamat USA, will meet
noon Monday in the Naamat
meeting room, Kristen Towers,
25900 Greenfield, Suite 205E,
Oak Park. Jeannie Weiner,
chairman of the Detroit Soviet
Jewry Committee and member of
the executive board of the Jewish
Community Council, will be the
featured speaker. Mrs. Weiner
will speak on her trip to the
USSR and visit with refuseniks.
She will illustrate her lecture
with slides. Guests are welcome.
DIMONA CHAPTER, Naamat
USA, will hold its installation
luncheon at the Roman Terrace
restaurant on Wednesday at
Officers being installed are:
Elaine Kohner, president; Betty
Rath, vice president; Education
Vice President, Shirley Collins;
Organization Vice President,
Frieda Faigin; Program Vice
President, Shirley Collins; Re-
cording Secretary, Lorraine Tan-
nis; Corresponding Secretaries
Alice Ross and Frances Konop;
Treasurer, Frieda Leemon; Fi-
nancial Secretary, Margaret
Bialkin; Funds Vice President,
Call Shirley Collins, 626-8885,
for information and reservations.
Naamat USA, will have a board
meeting on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
in the home of Shirlee Katzman,
23671 Coyle,. Oak. Park, 967-
0707. A light supper will be
Doreen Hermelin has been
elected Campaign chairman of
the Jewish Welfare Federation
A vice president and previous
associate Campaign chairman,
Mrs. Hermelin has served as