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August 27, 1971 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-27

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Detroit industry is highly diver- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
sified: its 6,842 plants include man
ufacturing and production facili-
ties for seven out of 10 U.S.
product categories.
Residents in Oakland County's
many apartment buildings are
asked to help the United Founda-
tion and to volunteer to call on
friends and neighbors during the
23rd annual Torch Drive, sched-
uled Oct. 12-Nov. 14.
The campaign benefits 164-health
and community agencies in the
Wayne-Oakland-Macomb area.
A call for volunteer doorbell
ringers came from Mrs. George
G. Reinitz of Huntington Woods,
MAX SCHRUT
Torch Drive section chairman for
For Good Photographs
apartment solicitations throughout
and Prompt Service
Oakland.

Friday, August 27, 1971-31

WE'RE SORRY!

Volunteers Invited for Torch Drive

Call Me at

BLAIR STUDIO

DICK STEIN

Weddings - Bar Mitzvas
w. Com • to Your Homo

THE DICK STEIN ORCHESTRA

With Samphos

TY 5-8805

UN.4-6845

Presents

AND

THE JEEP SMITH ORCHESTRA

LI 7-2770

Women Who CARE
Join the NOW Organization
Pioneer Women's Council

399-1480

EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZI/A?

Cronbrook House Motel

20500 JAMES COUZENS

Greenfield—Across from Northland)
Call 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodations

(8 Mile &

COLOR T.V.'s

COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

Try Our Barber Shop
Dine at the SCOTCH, & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
Airport Limousine Service Available

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Sylvia Alpert

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Come to
SYLVIA'S

Lois Ekelman

For the latest in ladies
fashions. Park with ease
in our large paved lot.

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• Shop in a pleasant way, Leisurely, Comfortably!

•See the newest styles arriving daily

and selling at lowest prices.











Also Bridesmaid Gowns and
Gowns for the Mothers at Big Savings

Sylvia's Fashions

354-3554
Mon. - Sat. 10 'til 5:30

P 26571 W. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich.

O (1/2 Block West of Northwestern Hwy.)

JOIN NOW!

FRIDAY 9:30 P.M.

MIXED LEAGUE
YOUNG ADULTS

4 to a team (2 men & 2 women)
—must enter a complete team-

- PRIZES —
(Based on a 20 Team League)

1.

Portable T.V. & Brunswick Black Beauty Ball for every couple!

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Point Money (at $1.00 per point)
Trophies—Champs for Individual Highs for men & women
Turkeys — Thanksgiving
Liquor — Christmas
Cash Prizes—$200.00 Holiday Doubles at Christmas time.
Bowling Bags-10 beautiful bowling bags as prizes for over average
Singles Tournament" the last week in January.

OAK PARK LANES

Coolidge at 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park, Mich.
543-5200

Mrs. Reinitz said the residential
campaign also offers the house-
wife, the retired and the self-
employed—those not reached at
their place of employment—an op-
portunity to conribute.
Those wishing to give a few
hours of their time this fall may
telephone Mrs. Reinitz at 544-
3104 or contact one of her region
chairmen.
The region chairmen include
Mrs. Robert Lederman, Farming-
ton, telephone 851-5269, for apart-
ments in Farmington; Mrs. Rod-
ney Finegold, Oak Park, telephone
968-0985, for Oak Park; Mrs. Sam-
uel Kries, Huntington Woods, tele-
phone 541-2440, chairman for Royal
Oak and Madison Heights; Mrs.
Harry Colman and Mrs. Seymour
Wasserman, both of Southfield.
Mrs. Colman will he responsible
for Southfield apartments. Mrs
Wasserman is directing the can-
vass of Bloomfield Hills, Birming-
ham, Rochester and Troy.
Eighteen Wayne-Oakland-Ma-
comb residents star and many
others appear in the 1971 Torch
Drive appeal film, "Hear What
the People Say."
Among those appearing in the
new appeal film, produced by Ted
DeGroot, of Farmington, are Judd
Arnett, Free Press columnist;
Mrs. R. Alexander Wrigley, Grosse
Pointe; Dave Diles, sports direc-
tor, WXYZ; Sonny Eliot, WWJ-TV
weatherman; Max Fisher, of Frank-
lin, financier, and many others.
The films are available through
the 23rd annual OF campaign.
Arrangements for viewing may
be made through the OF Speakers
Bureau, 1528 Woodward, Detroit
48226, or by telephoning 965-7100.

As you may

know Greenfield Road is now being
widened. While construction is in progress the entrance
to our parking lot on Greenfield is closed to traffic.

To help you get to our stores during construction
we suggest that you take 10 Mile Rd. to Fairfax.
Turn south on Fairfax to Addison. Go left on Addison
to parking lot.
F

We hope that our loyal
during this short period.

customers will sacrifice

Thank-You

Leo's Beauty Salon
Spick Cleaners
Spiffy's Fine Food

.

OAK MANOR
KOSHER CATERERS

Is Now Taking Bookings

for Weddings, Bar Mitzvas,
Showers, Etc.

in the new

Labor Zionist Bldg.

28555 Middlebelt Rd.

(near 121/2 Mile Rd.)

Call Now

Choice Dates Are Still Available

1VISU Announces
Holiday Procedure

557-7988

Private Rooms. from 30 People & Up Available

Rabbi Abraham Zemach, difec-
tor of Hillel Foundation at Michi
gan State University, announces
the following arrangements have
been made with university authori-
ties regarding registration pro-
cedures during Rosh Hashona,
Any Jewish student whose sched-
ule calls for him to register either
on Monday, Sept. 20, or Tuesday,
Sept. 21, may register any time
on Wednesday, Sept. 22, without
penalty.
A new student whose instruc-
tions call for him to pay his tui-
tion fees on Sunday, Sept. 19, may
do so instead on Wednesday, Sept.
22, without penalty, if he first
obtains a note from the Hillel Foun-
dation.
Jewish students are excused
from attending any activity during
the Rosh Hashona period, or in
the case of certain types of en-
trance examinations, may com-
plete them at some other time.
The Hillel Foundation will con-
duct services in hte Alumni Mem-
orial Chapel of the university at
8 p.m. Sept. 19; 9:30 a.m. Sept. 20;
and 9:30 a.m. Sept. 21.
Yom Kippur services also will
be conducted in the Alumni Chapel.
If any problems arise, students
are asked to contact Rabbi Zemach
at the Hillel Foundation.

-

Trust juwtar
's
le' d'
to know and care.

FOR THE FINEST IN FITTING SERVICE AND FOOTWEAR,
PUT YOUR CHILDREN'S FEET IN OUR HANDS!

THAT'S .WHY WE HAVE:

Community Services
Director to Address
Young Adult Meeting

NOTHING BUT EXPERJENCED FITTERS AND COUNSELLORS.

2.

WE CARRY NOTHING BUT THE FINEST:

Kali-steniks ; Buster Browns; Jumping Jacks ; Miss Sandler ; and

SABEL PRESCRIPTION SHOES.

3.

Cong. Bnai Moshe Young Adults
will meet 8 p.m. Sunday at the
home of Karen Lutz, 21727 River-
v i e w, Birmingham, 642-3222.
Guest speaker will be Ken Kamin-
sky, director of community serv-
ices in Oak Park.
Single adults, age 21-39, are
welcome. Refreshments will be
served.

Some fellows get credit for being
conservative when they are only
stupid. —Kin Hubbard.

1.

SO MANY SATISFIED, REPEAT CUSTOMERS.

Fitting Your Child Properly
Is The Most Important Thing
In The World To Us!

• Diners Club

• Master Charge
• Bank Americard

In Bloomfield Plaza

(Corner Maple & Telegraph)

MA 6 - 2566

Open Thursday & Friday
evenings 'til 9 p.m.
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