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July 03, 1992 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-03

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I WOMEN S 8 CH LDREN S FCMWEAR

4515Itt•IDOSC

of July Sale!!

SAVE
50%
TO
10%
ON ALL WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S

SUMMER

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$10 00

WITH THIS AD DURING THE SALE

ON ANY REGULAR PRICED SNEAKERS
SUGAR TREE PLAZA
NOWI\v/VITH NEWBERRY SQUARE
ORCHARD LAKE RD. & MAPLE RD.
RD. & HAGGERTY
TWO GREAT 14 MILE
WEST BLOOMFIELD
COMMERCE TWP.
(313) 737-2266
IkCATIONS
(313) 960-1266



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ENCOUNTERS

ROOTS

Birthday Celebrations

CANADA

July 1

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On all regular price merchandise

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Roots
1 38 West Maple Ave. 647-6687

41*

AU. ALAN

West Bloomfield
Downtown
Southfield
Eastland Mall
Dearborn
On The Boardwalk
Birmingham
"The Original"
15219 Mich. Ave.
Entrance 7A
Orchard Lake Road 136 N. Woodward New Orleans Mall One Block East Next to Hudson's
South of Maple
North of Maple 10 Mile & Greenfield of Greenfield
Mall Hours
626-3362
647-0550
559-7818
584-3820
371-2233

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FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1992

Contemporary
Women's Clothing

NEW
MERCHANDISE
ARRIVING
DAILY!
Sidewalk Sales
Every Wednesday

471-5620

33306 Grand River

(E. of Farmington Road)
Downtown Farmington

Affordable Clothing • Acceptably Different

Lower the numbers
and raise the odds.

Controlling your blood pressure can
reduce your risk of heart disease.

aro

°American Heart Association

444

MICHAEL D. WEISS re-
cently was board certified
in obstetrics and gynecology
by the American Osteopathic
Board of Obstetrics and
Gynecology. Dr. Weiss, whose
office is in Mount Clemens, is
an assistant clinical professor
in obstetrics and gynecology
at Michigan State University.

DAVID M. DEUTSCH of
Leo Knight Photography in
Southfield was honored by
the Detroit Professional
Photographers Association
recently as its Photographer
of the Year. The trophy is
awarded to the photographer
who consistently outscores all
other competitors in judgings
held in January and October.

AMY KRAUSE-NEEDEL-
MAN, formerly of Detroit,
was awarded the New York
Festival's Gold Medal in the
category of international non-
broadcast media. Amy was
the producer of The Rescuers
Down Under for the Walt
Disney Corporation through
their in-school education pro-
gram. Amy is an independent
broadcast producer now liv-
ing in San Diego, Calif.

JAMES M. AUGUST has
been elected to the board of
directors of the National

Foundation for Jewish Cul-
ture, an independent non-
profit agency committed to
enhancing the quality of
Jewish life in America
through the arts and
humanities.

11.-1

LEO L. MAJZELS, co-
manager of Cushman and
Wakefield Appraisal Divi-
sion, a Rockefeller Company,
wa honored at a private lun-
cheon at the Renaissance
Club. The company establish-
ed a national Leo L. Majzels
award to be presented an-
nually to an outstanding
employee for excellence in the
field of appraising.

GEORGE M. ZELTZER

was re-elected for an addi-
tional term as chairman of
the board of the National
Foundation for Jewish
Culture.

ROBERT J. HORN, Detroit
Edison's assistant vice presi-
dent and federal affairs
manager has been appointed
to a second five-year term on
the U.S. Holocaust Memorial
Council. Mr. Horn will con-
tinue to help supervise the
development, construction
and maintenance of the
museum in Washington.

Senior Events Planned
At Maple-Drake

The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit will begin a new four-
week session of mah jongg for
beginners and reviewers with
Lilian Meyers 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Thursdays beginning July 9
in the Allen Lounge of the
Maple-Drake building. There
is a charge. For information,
call the Jewish Community
Center, 661-1000.
The JCC will begin a sum-
mer Yiddish discussion group
lead by George Karber. The
sessions will take place the
second and fourth Monday
each month, beginning July
13, 1 p.m. in the library of
Maple-Drake.
The Senior Adult Depart-
ment will sponsor a trip to the
opening day of the Ann Arbor
Art Fair July 22. The trip will
include transportation and a
three-course optional lun-
cheon at the Gandy Dancer.
For cost and information, call
Marilyn Wolfe, 661-1000.
The JCC will sponsor a
four-week canasta class 10
a.m.-noon Mondays beginning
July 20 in the Allen Lounge
of the Maple-Drake building.
There is a charge.

The JCC, in conjunction
with Berkley Travel, will of-
fer a weekend at Traverse Ci-
ty and Interlochen Aug. 7-9.
The weekend will feature
transportation from the
Maple-Drake and JPM
buildings, two nights' accom-
modations at the Park Place
Hotel, Shabbat dinner at the
hotel, a production of
Anything Goes at Interlochen,
dinner and entertainment at
Dill's Tavern and a tour of the
Traverse Bay area including
Jewish highlights. For cost in-
formation, call 661-1000.
The Senior Adult Depart-
ment will sponsor a trip to see
The All Night Strut at the
restored Gem Theatre Aug. 12
preceded by lunch (on your
own) at the American Pizza
Cafe in the Fox Building.
Transportation will be provid-
ed from both the Maple-
Drake and JPM buildings.
For information, call
661-1000.

The future of Judaism
belongs to that school which
can best understand the
past.

—Rabbi Leopold Loew



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