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July 22, 1988 - Image 74

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-22

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I LOCAL NEWS I

C €A 1 ti ‘4° ) 4 1

181 S. Woodward Ave.
Birmingham, MI 48011

642-1690

BARRY'S
LETS RENT
IT

PARTY RENTALS
OUR NEW LOCATION

4393 ORCHARD LAKE RD. N. OF LONE PINE
IN CROSSWINDS (FORMER PINE LAKE HALL)

Bonds Honors
Nathan Harris

Jerome Gleekel, an authori-
ty on Israel and the Middle
East, will speak at the B'nai
B'rith Albert Einstein Lodge
and Chapter dinner dance
August 7 at the Michigan Inn
in Southfield.
Gleekel was first introduc-
ed to the pioneering-'
Hechalutz organization in

I 855-0480 I

Right in Your
Own Driveway!

Art Poster Co. proudly presents many of the earliest, most sought after
Nagels from his highly collectable limited commemorative series. We are
also pleased to announce the arrival of the 1 5th and final Nagel, in August.

I

4

/ THE
TUNE
-UP
MAN

Certified by the National
Automotive Institute of Excellence

29555 Northwestern Hwy., La Mirage Mall, Southfield. MI 48034

358 - 0830

Comes to your home or office
with the garage-on-wheels

Valet service that doesn't
cost one penny extra

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

WE'RE MUCH MORE I
THAN A MAILBOX

WE'RE POSTAL SERVICES

WE'RE BUSINESS SERVICES

• Photocopies • Busines's Cards/Stationery
• Telephone Message Service-24 hrs. a day
• Secretarial and Word Processing

• Western Union instant Money Transfers
• Telex and Fax Sending/receiving
• Money Orders • Telegraphs • Mailgrams

. . . AND WE'RE SO MUCH MORE!
• Passport Photos • Rubber Stamps • Etc.

EVERGREEN PLAZA

737-4433

559-1690

19827 W. 12 Mile
(at Evergreen)

LA MIRAGE MALL

WEST BLOOMFIELD

352-6968

855-4082

29555 Northwestern Hwy.
(betwn. 12 and Inkster)

6689 Orchard Lk. Rd.
(Maple & Orchard)

— OFFER GOOD AT THESE LOCATIONS —

'

ONE MONTH FREE
$2 OFF ANY
PRIVATE MAILBOX SERVICE I
- New Service Only —
I SELF-INKING RUBBER STAMP

Limit one per u t

Exp. 8-12-88

Exp. 8-12-88

Limit 1 per customer

Postal and Business Services

MAIL BOXES ETC. USA®

74

FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1988

398-3605°'

1988 BASEBALL CARDS

1987 TOPPS ROOKIES

WE'RE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES

6632 Telegraph
(at Maple)

Expanded Services
Call Sanford Rosenberg
for your car problems

TOPPS Set of 792 $22
FLEER Set of 660 $26
DONRUSS Set of 66026
SCORE Set of 660 $26
SPECIAL One of each set $90

• Private Mailbox Service
• Ship via UPS, Emery, Federal Express
• Packaging Service and Supplies

BLOOMFIELD PLAZA

• Expert diagnostic tune-up
• Electronic analyzer -
all engine systems
• Professionally trained
mechanics
• Perfect results assured

JN

each per 10

BOBBY BONILLA $1 $9
$3 $27
JOSE CANSECO
WALLY JOYNER $2 $17.50
MARK McGWIRE $4 $35
GREG SWINDELL $2 $17.50

TIGERS TEAM SETS
TOPPS

each

1986
1987
1988

per 10

$17.50
$2
$2.50 $20
$27
$3

Checks, money orders, VISA, MC accepted - per-
sonal checks must clear; 5% charge for VISA, MC.
Postage is $2.50. C.O.D. available - $2.50 extra.
Mich. residents add 4% sales tax.

(14za sweetA °

P.O. BOX 154
LATHRUP VILLAGE, MI
48076-0154

Jerome Gleekel

1933, leading to his early in-
volvement in settlement in
Palestine. He also has travel-
ed throughout the Far East to
trace surviving Jewish
communities.
The dinner, to be held on
behalf of State of Israel
Bonds, will honor Lodge
President Nathan Harris.
Harris will be presented with
the State of Israel's "New Life
Award."
Chairing the event is Henry
Dorfman; reservation chairs
are Jack Miller and Lola
Pines.
For information call Israel
Bonds, 557-2900.

"immil NEWS 1°""""'"

Embezzlement
Scandal Grows

Bonn (JTA) — The scandal
surrounding the West Ger-
man Jewish community con-
tinued to grow as, amid
increasing indications that
Alexander Ginsburg may
have been involved in the
embezzlement of more than
30 million marks ($12
million) designated as repara-
tion money for Holocaust vic-
tims, the secretary of the Cen-
tral Council of Jews in West
Germany was officially dis-
missed from his job.
Ginsburg had been under
suspension for the last six
weeks while the authorities
and the Jewish community
investigated his alleged in-
volvement in the scandal
surrounding the late Werner
Nachmann, who was chair-
man of the council.
According to the announce-

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