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August 14, 1987 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-14

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!LOCAL NEWS

AUGUST SALE

Vertical Blinds by Graber at Discount Prices
Pleated Shades by Graber at Discount Prices

Bedspreads • Sheets • Comforters
By Martex • Springmaid • Fieldcrest

from

JWV Presents Gift
To Veterans Hospital

20 to 79% OFF

Back to School Comforters

$34.99
COME IN AND SEE OUR HUGE SELECTION!

from

HOURS: M, T & Sat. 10-6
W-F 10-9
Sun. 12-5

SEVENTH
HEAVEN
HUNTER'S SQUARE

ORCHARD LAKE

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SAVE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1987
FOR
GRANDPARENTS' DAY
A ROYAL CELEBRATION
11:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
OUTDOORS AT
FLEISCHMAN RESIDENCE / BLEVIBERG PLAZA
MAPLE - DRAKE CAMPUS
WATCH FOR DETAILS
ENTIRE COMMUNITY INVITED

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COME AND CELEBRATE ISRAEL'S 40TH BIRTHDAY

Joining Ann Arbor Veterans Hospital staff at the presentation were
Silverman Post members, from left: Henry Seligman, Tom Tannis, Marvin
Ravitz and Ben Paxton.

Ibp medical and nursing
staff officials of the Veterans
Hospital at Ann Arbor met
with representatives of
Silverman Post of the Jewish
War Veterans of the USA to
accept the post's gift of $1,300
for the purchase of a piece of
updated equipment used in
surgery.
Present at equipment
prepresentation ceremonies
during the meeting were
Henry Seligman, past post
commander; Tom Tannis,
Department of Michigan
chaplain; Marvin Ravitz, past

post commander; and Ben
Paxton, national service
officer.
The Silverman Post also
recently gave a $1,000 gift to
the national JWV for the in-
scription of the name of
Harry T. Madison on a special
memorial wall of the JWV na-
tional headquarters building
in Washington, D.C.
Madison was a past
Michigan JWV department
commander and national
JWV commander. He had
been affiliated with JWV for
45 years.

School Auditorium
Named for Hechtmans

By Attending the

Jewish National Fund

MISSION AND TOUR TO ISRAEL

APRIL 10-24, 1988

A unique trip to celebrate Israel's 40th Anniversary planned by the JNF
Offices in Detroit, New York and Jerusalem. We are extremely pleas-
ed that ALLEN and JACKIE MENUCK will be hosting this trip.
FANTASTIC! Includes air fare, transfers, 5 Star deluxe hotels, private-
ly guided tours, breakfasts, 4 dinners and GOLFING at the Ceasaria
Golf Course. Plus . . . briefings with top Israeli leaders
• an extensive tour of Israel by one of the most
renowned guides
• traditional must-see locations including the Knesset,
Masada, Safad, Dead Sea, etc.
You are invited to a preliminary meeting to discuss the trip on
August 19, at Tam O'Shanter Country Club, 5051
Orchard Lake Road in Orchard Lake, Mich., in the Men's
Card Room beginning at 7:30 p.m. Please call the JNF
Office — 557-6644, to respond to this meeting.

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FRIDAY, AUG. 14, 1987

Jewish National Fund
18877 W. Ten Mile Road
Southfield, Mich. 48075
(313) 557-6644

Samuel and Lillian Hechtman

Rabbi Norman Kahn, ex-
ecutive director of Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah, has announc-
ed the dedication of the
auditorium of the Sally Allan
Alexander Beth Jacob School
for Girls in honor of Samuel
and Lillian Hechtman.
There are currently 260
students in grades one
through 12 enrolled in the all-
day school.
The Hechtmans have taken
leadership positions on behalf
of the school since the 1940s,

when Beth Yehudah was
located on Dexter and Cor-
tland in Detroit. The
yeshivah has 600 students at
two suburban campuses.
Among the Hechtmans'
other communal affiliations
are: Bar-Ilan University,
Jewish Welfare Federation,
Holocaust Memorial Center,
Israel Bonds and Adat
Shalom Synagogue. The
Hechtman Federation Apts.
in West Bloomfield and the
Samuel and Lillian

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