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April 06, 1990 - Image 66

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-06

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The walls came

t iPtAing chAlti

We've knocked our walls
down and expanded for
the 3rd exciting time.

Save 20% to 35% off retail on
name brand shirts, slacks,
sportswear, underwear, ties, socks,
sweaters, running suits, belts, and more.

The Shirt Box features men's
furnishings and accessories by:

Perry Ellis
Christian Dior
Nicola Mancini

Henry Grethel
Enro
Jockey

Tony Lambert
Ocean Pacific
Pierre Cadin

Colours by Alexander Julian
Members Only
And more

We're twice
the size,
with the
same low
prices!

19011 West Ten Mile Road
Southfield, Michigan 48075

Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Thursday 9:30 a.m.-7i:00 p.m.

Between Southfield and Evergreen)

PARKING AND ENTRANCE IN REAR
(313) 352-1080
Men's furnishings and accessories. Everything always 20%-35% off retail

Owning A Business Used To Be Easier.

And Then You Learned About
Employee Benefits.

You're a business owner not a benefits expert. So,
why not stick to what you know and let us take
care of the benefit planning (group & executive).

We have been helping business owners with their
corporate and personal planning needs for 3
generations.

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Call 357-2424 for more information.

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A IM I SAL

Austin A. Kanter, CLU and Associates, Inc.

AI

FOR WOMEN

DETROIT'S
HIGHEST
RAM

Minimum Deposit of $500
12 MONTH CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT

8.000%
8.1437i

A

DAVID ROSENMAN'S

AlUTO
Amok PIURCHASEIRS

NEW & USED CAR BROKER

(313) 851-CARS
(313) 851.2277

Compounded Quarterly,

Doreen Hermelin:
JWF nominee.

This is a fixed rate account that
is insured to $100,000 by the
Savings Association Insurance
Fund (SAIF). Substantial Interest
Penalty for early withdrawal
from certificate accounts.
Rates subject to change
without notice.

FIRST
SECURITI
SAVINGS
BANK

L

1760 Telegraph Rd.

SUMP PUMP failure

38

FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1990

PHONE
33817100
35217700
HOURS:

MAIN OFFICE

......

OR POWER OUTAGE IS NO PROBLEM IF YOU
HAVE AN AUTOMATIC JET PUMP.
$149-50

H. B. LEWIS PLUMBING

FSB

(Just South of
Orchafd Lake)

Oua, repuswc

INSTALLATION AVAILABLE

352-9350

Doreen Hermelin has been
nominated to a second term
as president of the Jewish
Welfare Federation Women's
Division, whose 44th annual
meeting will take place 9:30
a.m. May 7 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue
The program will include a
presentation by Dr. Sonya
Friedman on "The Feminine
Mistake."
Election and installation of
officers and board members
will take place.
vice-
Nominees
for
presidents include Penny
Blumenstein, Linda Klein,
Terran Leemis, Sharon Lip-

Effecflve Annual Yield

Member American Benefits Group
100 Galleria Officentre, Suite 401
Southfield, Michigan 48034
(313) 357-2424

Insurance, Employee Benefit Plans, Estate Planning

JWF Women
Plan Meeting

OPPORTUNIT Y

MON,-THURS
9:30-4:30
t.477
FRI.
..........
9:30-6:00

ton and Lauren K. Liss. Joyce

Sherman has been nominated
as recording secretary and
Sherri Schiff as correspon-
ding secretary. Nominated as
designees to Federation's
Board of Governors are
Doreen Hermelin and Diane
J. Klein.
Nominated to the board of
directors for an additional
three-year term are Barbara
S. Cook, Pola Friedman, Bar-
bara Goldman, Sharon Lipton
(third term), Linda Lutz,
Sherri Schiff, Janice
Schwartz, Sandra Schwartz,
Barbara Stollman and Eileen
Wasserman.
Lora Bank, Bernice Ger-
shenson, Reva Kogan, Maida
Portnoy, Joyce Sherman, Ellie
Slovis, Sharon Taylor,
Charlotte Tessler and Bar-
bara Tukel are nominated to
the board for a first three-year
term.
Nominated to the Advisory
Service Council for a second
three-year term are Goldie
Adler, Ruth Broder, Fayga
Dombey, Edith Frank, Ethel
Frank, Joan Goldrath,
Marion Handelman, Belle
Kukes, Marjorie Kurzmann,

Beverly Peterman, Blanche
Pollack, Evelyn Silverman
and Beryl Winkelman.
Marian Kantor is chairman
of the Women's Division
Nominating Committee,
whose membership includes
Barbara S. Cook, Marcy
Feldman, Nancy Jacobson,
Linda Lee, Diane Perlman
and Nancy Kurland Simpson.
For information, call
Federation's Women's Divi-
sion, 965-3939.

WSU Women
Host Dinner

The President's Commis-
sion on the Status of Women
will host its annual dinner
and recognition program from
5-9 p.m. April 11 at the
McGregor Memorial Con-
ference Center.
The event honors female ad-
ministrators for their ac-
complishments at Wayne
State.
This year's honorees in-
clude Caryn Mathes, assis-
tant vice president for univer-
sity communications; Joan
Stinson, assistant vice presi-
dent for university develop-
ment; Brenda Malone, assis-
tant vice president for labor
relations; and Lynn Aldrich,
executive assistant to Presi-
dent David Adamany.
Dr. Barbara A. Sizemore,
associate professor in the
department of black com-
munity, education research
and development at the
University of Pittsburgh, will
speak.
Sizemore, an expert on
black education and women's
issues is the author of
numerous book chapters,
book reviews, reports and
pamphlets. She also is the
author of An Abashing
Anomaly: The High Achieving
Predominantly Black Elemen-
tary School.
There is a charge. For reser-
vations by April 6, contact
Ruth Panagos, Wayne State
University, 334 Mackenzie
Hall, Detroit, Mi. 48202.

B'nai David Women
Hold Luncheon

The Sisterhood of Con-
gregation B'nai David will
hold its donor luncheon at
noon April 25 at the
synagogue.
The program will include a
fashion show by Hilsums,
Valentinas and Ceresnie and
Offen Furs.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Harriet Lusky,
358-2330; or Nita Stearn,
661-8265.

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