The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on September 15, 1999 · Page 73
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 73

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Wednesday, September 15, 1999
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U r Wednesday, September 15, 1999 Palm Beach County Notables Advertising Section, The Palm Beach Post Hit, INFANT & CHILDRENS 966-7956 - i 8 Infant thru Size 14 Boys and Girls Clothing Hiehchairs Cribs Playpens Toys Accessories Also Maternity 1800 Forest Hill Blvd., West Palm Beach (12 Mile West of 1-95) Consignment Days: Mon. Wed. Fri 10-3:30. Thu4-7pm StOfeHours: Mon-Sat 10-5:30 Thu 'H 7 00 (u Back ii d J to School I f ,,grii3A Headquarters , A 1"-! uanted f Old Oriental Rus IMMEDIATE MAXIMUM CASH WE BUY, SELL, TRADE, CLEAN & REPAIR ORIENTAL RUGS . 1-800-908-7847 i - . v y. 1 I k v.- - i nemai ivuu raiuw Mon-sat 10-6, sun 12-5 r1 South Florida 's Oldest Dealer 3 Generations of Integrity 3000 North Federal Hwy. Ft. Lauderdale j I i AH..! : 1. t. i Women's American ORT past presidents Miriam Levine and Josephine Witt, national president Pepi Dunay, regional president Carolyn Ring and luncheon chairwoman Joan Mazurek (from left) attended the "Salute to Leadership" gathering. LTffi A' Luncheon features installation of North Palm Beach ORT officers r Joan Mazurek distributed awards to chapter presidents and representatives. Pepi Dunay of Boca Raton, national president of Women's American ORT, installed the following regional officers: first vice president Mildred Grackin; vice presidents Mildred Wax and Sue Shotz; treasurer Sylvia Schweber; financial secretary Fran Borko; and recording secretary Anne Cohen. V i A "Salute to Leadership" lun- ORT attracted more than 90 ORT cheon and installation of officers chapter leaders to the event, of the North Palm Beach County Carolyn Ring, regional presi- Region of Women's American dent, and luncheon chairwoman We specialize in Oriental and fine custom area rug " cleaning and restoration work at reasonable prices. "we're the oldest and largest Bring this ad and receive Golf tournament fund-raiser supports Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service family-owned and operated carpet cleaning plant in South Florida, said Ellison Giles, owner of Merry Rug. O f 17! O ' f -J f Off On Location Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning 1 0 Off M Area Rug Pick-Ups ForGeaning 33OffAnyIN-PIANT Rug Cleaning 25 Off Any 1N-PLANT " Upholstery Cleaning Plus! FREE Bottle of Spot Cleaner 'applies to customer drop-off and pick-up only ',A r. v , Our customers have been treated like family for over 53 years in the same location." Merry Rug is a full-service carpet work room for restoration and preservation of antique rugs and tapestries. Ellison added we can repair, restore, rebuild and re-weave old or damaged area rugs and carpets. We also feature in home carpet and upholstery cleaning, in plant hand cleaning of fine area rugs and fabrics, using the latest method of cleaning whether steam or bonnet dry cleaning. We also offer a 24-hour emergency water extraction service. 800-464-2459 7 ' I T P . ' C - , .J v..;,.u,U),i!n 1 XL J- 4- X taa'S' at.i iwmmrr jt.i a-it (jona trom Kosovo has 22 years experience restoring antique & museum quality rups. Dick Pickert, Ray Thill, Manny Rabinowitz and Guy Galiardo (from left) were winners in the Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service golf fund-raiser. Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service sponsored its Judy Rabinowitz, Barbara Rosinsky and Marcia first golf tournament to raise money for the Boca Kent also were winners, Raton-based agency. Winning the tournament was Jeff Wilson, Ellen Sarnoff and Carole Brewster foursome Manny Rabinowitz, Dick Pickert, Guy .chaired the event. Galiardo and Ray Thill. For information, call (561) 852-3333. t u ; i 1

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