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September 19, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-19

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THE' DETROIT`JEWISH NEWS'

37 Friday, September 19, - 1975 '

Singles Events

FRIENDS OF THE
BAYIT will have a Sukkot

celebration and pot-luck
dinner 6 p.m. today at the
home of Frances Stein,
19338 Mark Twain. Dinner
will be served at 8. Partici-

SHOP DAILY \
10 a.m.-5 p.m.

pants are requested to bring
a dairy or vegetable dish.
For information or direc-
tions, call Ms. Stein, DI
1-3238.

* * *

Bowling League
Opens for Singles

A bowling league for Jew-
ish singles age 18-30 will
begin 12:30 p.m. Oct. 5 at
Ark Lanes West. For infor-
mation or to join, call Karen
Hoberman, 545-8259, Sun-
day through Thursday eve-
nings only.

For the New Year

fill- the Ining decor in your home

PLANETS

and POTS
I n The Country Village
Center
20099 W. 12 Mile Road
at Evergreen, Southfield,
352.209 .

Hebraic mortar cemented
the foundations of Ameri-
can democracy.

PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL

FREE

Licensed Electrologist

Consultation
private and confidential by appointment

3585493

Fall Specials

(Tues-Fri)

Milk Plus Perms
Fantastic Curly Uniperms

Tues-Thurs

'12"
smoo

Tints 8 8

Senior Citizen Prices

Available ever's.
Tues & Wed.

Specials good thru Oct.

Nene, f0:4 Ewe, Saleme




13805 W 9 Mile (3 blks W of Coolidge)
call for appt. 545-0620

Sunday at Sylvias

I

Sunday Only Specials

It's Fall and Sylvias

is once again open on Sundays

Sweater Sets by Famous maker

choice of colors S-M-L
reg. $34

999

Sale

Beautiful 2 piece Knit Skirts & Tops

19"

Black — Mint — Grey

S-M-L

reg. $52

Sale

Everything Else In Store:

200 Off

Slacks • Pant Suits • Dresses
Gowns • Blouses • Sweaters etc.

SOUTHFIELD

26571 W. 12 Mile Rd.

Just W. of Northwestern
Phone. 354-3554
Mon-Sat 10-5:30 Sunday 12-4

6634 Orchard Lake Rd.
just S. of Maple

in the Bloomfield
Plaza Shopping Center
851.4410

Junior Division Picks Chairmen

Twelve young adults have
been selected to lead activi-
ties of the Junior Division of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion.
According to president
Richard M. Maddin, Junior
Division chairmen for the
Allied Jewish Campaign-Is-
, rae-I Emergency Fund effort
'are: Bruce J. Finsilver,
men's pre-campaign; Ellen
Schmier, women's pre-cam-
paign; Jane Zukin, general
telethon campaign; and Jon-
athan Jaffa, youth cam-
paign.
The division's year-round
educational and social com-
mittee heads are: Kenneth
J. Safran, Half-Penny Post
Newsletter; Nancy Maddin,

'hospitality; Neil A. Satov-
sky, lecture series; Eric C.
Oppenheim, liaison; Gary L.
Fried, membership; Dorene
Finer, public relations; John
M. Frank, study group; and
Steven N. Krastof, Tay-
Sachs screening project.

The Junior Division of-
fers young Jewish adults
an opportunity to learn
about and participate in
organized communal af-
fairs and the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund, Federation's
annual fund-raising effort.

For information about
the Junior Division, contact
division director Mrs. Lilian
Bernstein at the Federation
office, 965-3939.

Detroiter Publishes Third Book
Esther M. Broner's third mar

book "Her Mothers" (Holt
Rinehart and Winston) will
be introduced to the public
Thursday at a New York
reception.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Broner is an associate pro-
fessor of English at Wayne
State University. She and
her husband, Robert
Broner, a professor at WSU
Monteith College, recently
returned from six months of
teaching at Haifa Univer-
sity in Israel.
Her novel, described as a
feminist book, has already
created a stir in literary cir-
cles, according to advance
reviews.
Mrs. Broner's two pre-

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Circle Realty Co., spe-
cializing in the sale and
leasing of commercial and
industrial properties, office
space and vacant land, has
moved its offices to 29551
Greenfield, Suite 116,
Southfield.
* * *

Cranbrook Associates,
Inc. has opened a new office

at 28840 Southfield, Lath-
rup Village. Gerald C. Shel-
don will run the seventh
branch operations.
* * *
Harold Elson, of the New
York Life Insurance Co. was
recently awarded the Chart-
ered Life Underwriter des-
ignation at national confer-
ment exercises of the Amer-
ican College of Life
Underwriters in Boston,
Mass.

Anniversaries-Weddings
House Parties-Dances Etc.
Standards to Rock
$20.00 Wedding Ceremony
Freddy Sheyer 398-2462

C. .7 )Lo iczn-

CUSTOM FURNITURE &
CARPET CLEANING
ON LOCATION

Phone
549-7170



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WEDDINGS—BAR MITZVAS
CANDIDS
MOVIES
PORTRAITS
COMMERCIAL

MAGICIAN

Available For All Occasions
23 years experience

MAGICAL MEL

477-6664

547.2464

ESTHER BRONER

viously published books are
"Journal/Nocturnal" and
"Summer Is a Foreign
Land."

Women to Chair Crafts Program

Mrs. Robert Dunsky and
Mrs. Joel Gershenson were
appointed by Adat Shalom
Synagogue to be co-chair-
persons of the Israel-Maskit
Showcase '76.
The "Israel-Maskit Show-
case '76" is being arranged
by the American-Israel
Chamber of Commerce and
Industry, Inc. Midwest and
is co-sponsored with Adat
Shalom.
The show will take place
Nov. 2-5 at the synagogue.

Mrs. Ruth Dayan, president
of Maskit Crafts, will be the
featured guest.
The merchandise to be
sold include wall hanging
rugs and area rugs, ladies'
fashions, silver jewelry, ta-
ble cloths, giftware, chil-
dren's clothes and toys.

Mitzva Mobile
Visits Europe

How would you like to try
a dessert that is rich and
sweet and chocolaty —
great for chocolate lovers?
Forget the calories and try
this dessert on your holiday
guests.

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
Lubavitch movement sent
one of its Mitzva Mobiles on
a nine-week, 10,000-mile
tour of nine European coun-
tries this summer, accord-
ing to a report by a Lubav-
itch official. Rabbi Samuel
Butman, director of the
Lubavitch Youth Organiza-
tion, said the purpose of the
campaign in Europe was the
same as in the United States
— to urge Jews to bolster
observance of Jewish ritual
practices, starting with To-
rah study, donning of phy-
lacteries, charity, acquisi-
tion of basic books on
Jewish lore, candle-lighting
on the Sabbath and holiday
eves, the Jewish dietary
laws and family purity.
The van was manned by
two Lubavitch youth, Dovid
Schurder and Yosef Piekar-.
ski. They took their van to
Britain, Belgium, Holland,
West Germany, Denmark,
Sweden, Norway, Switzer-
land and Italy.

ONE MAN ORCHESTRA
Bar Mitzva's
Candle Lighting

Business
Briefs

Dessert Mold

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

8 oz. semi-sweet chocolate chips (do
not use imitation chocolate)
2 sticks pareve margarine
4 tbsps. sugar
6 eggs, separated
2 tsps. rum flavoring

Melt chocolate and margarine

with 3 tbsps. sugar over a small
fire. Beat egg yolks. Add chocolate
mixture. Beat at high speed for 10
minutes. Beat egg whites until
frothy, then add one remaining
tbsp. sugar and beat until stiff.
Add yolks to mixture, then add
rum flavoring. Beat 8 minutes
more. Pour into a greased ring
mold. Refrigerate all day or over-
night. To unmold, dip pan in hot
water. Serve small portions.
Serves 10.

The Path to Pick

Which is the path, both
right and wise, that for him-
self a man should find? That
which himself much digni-
fies, and brings him honor
from mankind.
—The Talmud

DR. BURTON H. LEIB

PODIATRIST
Physician and Surgeon of the Foot
Announces the Opening of His New Office
in Association with His Father

DR. SIDNEY Z. LEIB, P.C.

AT
15228 WEST SEVEN MILE ROAD
DETROIT, MICHIGAN 48235

Telephone 342-8666

Hours By Appointment

7144vre y Se /tad

elat

Introduces

"Mother Toddler Program"

For children 18 to 36 months

classes begin Sept. 19

Mon. Wed. or Fri. Morn. 14 week session

Fee $38.50

851-4666

4230 Middlebelt, W. Bloomfield

FOR QUICK SALE

OF YOUR UNWANTED USED FURS

El-Mars Suburban. Shop

Eleanor Heyman

Marion Feuerman

El-Mars has expanded to serve you better

WE CAN SE!! YOUR MINK COATS, JACKETS,
STOLES, FUN FURS, PERSIANS,
BROADTAIL FURS, FUR TRIMMED SWEATERS, - etc

El-Mars Furs

13661 W. 11 Mile, just West of Coolidge
Oak Park, Mich. (Across from A & P)

MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 11 A.M. to 4 P.M.

o phone calls please.

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