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June 18, 1993 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-06-18

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FATHER'S DAY

FOP Sign

gift idea

for brides-to-be

Register your 1993 wedding
by June 27, 1993 at
Sempliner's Tuxedo World
and your father and future
father-in-law will save $50
each on their tuxedo rentals
for your wedding. Or apply
the $100 value to the whole
wedding party's rental. Plus
the groom's tuxedo is free!

Relocation Sale!

30% off

most items storewide

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Christian Dior
Perry Ellis
Firenze
Lord
West
Raffinati
Krizia

Show both dads how much you care with an extra special
Father's Day gift from Sempliner's Tuxedo World.

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• Highest quality cubic zirconia in fine jewelry settings
• Colored gemstones, created rubies, emeralds & sapphires.
• Earrings, pendants, tennis bracelets, rings & more

Free refreshments
Free drawing for jewelry
No admission charge

Date: Saturday, June 26
Time: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Place: The Botsford Inn
28000 Grand River
Farmington Hills
.
(M-102) at 8 Mile Rd.
independant dist.

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American Heart
Association

Singles Plan
Dinner, Picnic

The Jewish Community
Center Singles will get
together June 23 for outdoor
dining in Royal Oak. In case
of inclement weather, the
group will still meet.
Call Leanie Gunsberg,
661-1000, by June 23 for
location.
The JCC Singles will meet
6 p.m. June 29 for a picnic
and Blackthorn Irish folk
music concert in Oak Park.
Members will supply their
own picnic dinner. No reser-
vations are required.

Vanguard Sets
Billiards Night

Vanguard, under the auspices
of Hadassah, will sponsor its
second annual Billiards
Night 7:30 p.m. June 24 at
The Lodge, 2442 Orchard
Lake Road, Sylvan Lake.
Singles (25-40) will share an
evening of billiards and din-
ner. All proceeds will go to the
Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion.
For reservations by June
21, call Hadassah, 683-5030
or 357-2920.

Hebrew U.
Honors Schultz

Former
Jerusalem (JTA)
U.S. Secretary of State
George Shultz has been
awarded an honorary doc-
torate by Hebrew University
in recognition of his dedica-
tion to human rights and his
efforts on behalf of Jewish
refuseniks in the former
Soviet Union.
The former statesman was
also honored for his "counsel
and support" for the Israeli
economic recovery plan of
the 1980s and helping to lay
the foundations for the
resumption of the Middle
East peace process.
Mr. Shultz, who was given
honorary citizenship of
Jerusalem, was U.S. secre-
tary of state from 1982 to
1989, treasury secretary
from 1972 to 1974 and labor
secretary from 1969 to 1970.
In a brief address, Mr.
Shultz said that Israel, with
its "tremendous intellectual
resources," is ideally posi-
tioned to derive maximum
benefits from the current
age of "information and
knowledge."



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