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October 28, 1988 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-28

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I LOCAL NEWS

Send Hanukkah wishes that
last longer than eight days.

Jewish Issues
Is Forum Topic

"Jewish Issues in the 1988
Presidential Election" will be
the topic of Republican and
Democratic party spokesmen
at a forum to be held 2 p.m.
Sunday at Thmple Emanu-El.
Featured will be Irving
Bluestone, retired first vice
president of United Auto
Workers; Hal Kwalwasser,
constituency director of the
Michigan Dukakis campaign;
and Jim Alexander, state
chairman of Jews for Bush.
This program is sponsored
by the Labor Zionist Alliance,
Na'amat, the Labor Zionist
Institute and Histadrut.
The public is invited at no
charge.

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & FURNISHINGS

Santa Ye Style

Inside message: "Happy Houndakkah!"

l FOR MEN

Club To Hold
Art Auction

The Men's Club of Adat
Shalom Synagogue will hold
an art auction at 7 p.m., Nov.
5 at the Synagogue. It will in-
clude the works of a number
of modern Israeli artists, in-
cluding Agam, Dali, Erte,
Vaserely, Hibel,Ebgi, Vicker
and other contemporary ar-
tists. Fred Grossman of
Franklin will be the auc-
tioneer. Lewis Amsel is chair-
man of the event.
The evening will begin with
a patron preview and a wine
and cheese reception from 7
to 8 p.m. General admission
will begin at 8 p.m., and the
auction will commence at
8:30 p.m.
Thee is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the synagogue,
851-5100.

ON CAMPUS

Kresge Grant
To U-M Hillel

A grant of $250,000 toward
the construction of the new
University of Michigan Hillel
Center has been approved by
the Kresge Foundation.
In order to receive the
grant, the new center must be
fully funded by June 1989. In-
itiated in 1987, the fund-
raising campaign is moving
toward its $4.65 million goal
as the new building nears
completion, with $3.8 million
slated for the building, and
$850,000 for endowed pro-
grams. A formal dedication is
planned for early December.
The 27, 589-square-foot
structure will include a multi-
purpose "great hall" that can
seat up to 600, a kitchen, of-
fices, study areas, classrooms
and a Sabbath elevator.

Send your friends and family Hanukkah cards
from the Michigan Humane Society. They're just
'10/box of 20 cards (tax included). All proceeds
benefit she homeless animals at the MHS.

RESIDENTIAL and COMMERCIAL
INSTALLATIONS

COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATION

737-8877

Michigan Humane Society. 3600 Auburn Road, P.O. Box 4182
F Send to: Auburn
Heights, MI 4805'. Attn: Gift Catalog

innovative and
trend 'setting
collection of
jewlery,
paintings and
other fine
crafts.

Name
Address
City, State Zip
Daytime Phone
Please specify quantity
Grand Total -'
Add '2.50 postage and handling per box
Please make check payable to Michigan Humane Society or charge:

Visa

MasterCard

Card No.

Print Name

Signature

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Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.

Exp. Date -

MICS 2284

Before you vote for President,
vote for someone who can affect your daily life.

VOTE JUDGE mARvINR.

and gallery

LOEHMANN'S OF HUNTERS SQUARE MALL
14 MILE & ORCHARD LK. RD. • FARMINGTON HILLS
855-4488
Mon., Tues., Sat. 10-5:30;
Wed., Thurs., Fri. 10-9; Sun. 12-5

NINTH ANNUAL
FLORIDA HEALTH SEMINAR

Palm-Aire Conference Center
Pompano Beach, Florida 33069
December 20th, - December 30th

Registration: 8:30 Daily
Fee: $160 includes Continental Breakfast
and Cocktail Party

Continuing Education credits given:
AGIA AMA, ADA, AOA
Contact Linda Golnick, Coordinator

4818 S. Knoll Ct., W. Bloomfield, MI 48033
681-0211

STEMPIEN
FmSUPREME COURT

Non-Partisan Ballot

Rated "WELL QUALIFIED" by the Detroit Bar Association

• Author of opinion voiding
Dearborn Parks Non-Resident
Ban Ordinance.
• Former Majority Leader
— Michigan House of
Representatives.
• Chief sponsor of Equal Rights
Amendment in Michigan
Legislature.
• Chief sponsor of Michigan

Consumer Protection Act.
• Endorsed by UAW-CAP.
AFL-CIO-COPE, Michigan
Education Association
— PAC, Communications
Workers/America CECA,
Michigan State Building
Trades Council. Government
Administrators
Association.

Paid by Stempien/Supreme Court Committee.

HOUSE CALLS MADE
FOR NAIL AND FOOT CARE

DR. SEYMOURE BALAJ

HOUSE CALLS BY A
JEWISH DOCTOR

398-2815j

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