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October 03, 1975 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Balfour Celebration Nears

Births

Sept. 24 - To Mr. and
Mrs. Joel M. Bernstein
(former Detroiter Nancy
Ruth Grossman) of Tar-
zana, Calif., a daughter, Ju-
lia Lynn.
* * *
Sept. 23 - To Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Konstantyn
(Susan Bentheim of Detroit)

CANTOR SIDNEY

RUBE

Certified Mohel

358-1426 or 357-5544

Cantor SAMUEL

GREENBAUM
Certified

MOHEL

Serving Homes & Hospools

399-7194 - 547-7970

REV. HERSHL

ROTH

Certified Melte!

557-0888

557-7629

RABBI S.IACHARIASH

Specialized

MOHEL

In Home or Hospital

vs,

I

557-9666

RABBI DR. LEO

GOLDMAN

Expert Mohel

Serving Hospitals and Homes

LI 2-4444 547-8555

13 ishtbati)

T8E1() Deb ti Li a y"

Plane, Bus, Car and Hotel
Reservations

339-7367

a.-,rabel$ 337-6730

ISRAEL, U.S.A.,
and EVERYWHERE

c, 16 "56 Astoonokstoommuk Aix

CATERING

FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Seating Up to 400

Liners and display classified ads accepted from
responsible firms or individuals by telephone
up to 2 p.m., Wednesday. For rates and in-
formation .. .

CALL 424-8833

Some of the key chairmen for the 43rd Annual Bal-
four Celebration are shown at a recent planning meet-
ing. Shown standing, from left, are Dr. Sanford Bennett,
co-chairman; Mrs. I. Walter Silver, publicity; and Dr.
Joel Hamburger, sponsor chairman. Seated, from left,
are Mrs. Sidney Z. Leib, women's committee, Balfour
celebration chairman Dr. Morris Starkman; and Mrs.
Joel Hamburger, co-chairman. Israeli violinist Pinhas
Zuckerman will be the featured performer at the Nov. 9
Balfour Concert at Ford Auditorium, and Felix Resnick
will conduct the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Tickets
are available from the Zionist Organization of Detroit,
353-3636.

David Silberg was ap-
pointed an associate of Carl

Walker and Associates,
Inc., consulting engineers.

Silberg co-manages the elec-
trical engineering depart-
ment of the Troy office.
* * *
Torchy Silverman and
Thelma Stalburg are the
new owners of The New
Generation in the Heritage
Plaza, Southfield. The store
specializes in clothes for
girls sizes 4-6X and 7-14.
Barry M.
* Bremen,
B e m en, Shir-
r
ley Taub and George R.
Terebelo have qualified as
members of the 1975 Star
Club of New York Life In-
surance Co. The club is
composed of agents who
achieved significant sales
during the year.
* * *
Stuart Gallery, 4355 Or-
chard Lake, West Bloom-
field, will mark the expan-
sion of its store with an
exhibit on "Art For All
Moods," featuring the paint-
ings and sculptures of Huda
Michail Ajlouni. The show
will be held Monday
through Oct. 23. The gallery
hours are 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Monday-Wednesday and 11
a.m.-9 p.m. Thursday-Sat-
urday.

BE HAIR FREE
ELECTROLYSIS
$7.50 1/2 hr.

,yam

'A& taltindliatnentaillieasit"

Latest medically approved
dermatology equipment used

Mrs. S. Steiner

WE'LL WORK WITH YOUR
DECORATOR OR WE'LL
SEND YOU ONE OF OURS
WHENEVER YOU HAVE
FURNITURE TO UPHOLSTER.
YOU'LL BE JUST AS
PLEASED AS THOUSANDS
OF OTHERS WITH OUR
WORKMANSHIP AND
FABRIC SELECTION.

35 Years Experience
Doctors Referrals

LI 5-4700

CREATIVE
PARTY PLANNING
and DECORATING

Bar Mitzvahs, Wed-
dings,
Sweet Sixteens etc.

CANDY CENTERPIECES
Invitations and
Accessories
Party Favors

.ARTISTIC UPHOLSTERERS INC.

5755 SCHAEFER RD.

I block North of Fold Rd

Dearborn LU 4 5900
Open Doti>, 8 a m to 5 p m

CALL LU 4-5900

M ARCIA MASSERMAN
646-6138

_

Rollin

L.

10 - ROOMS FOR RENT

2 bedroom, private bath, in South-

field. 356-1519.
Room for rent to working person.
545-1772.

Woman has lovely room. Southfield
Apt. Private bath, kitchen privi-
leges. Employed person. 559-1669.
If you are looking for a room with a
home atmosphere, call 544-4562.
Room with kitchen privileges. LI
4-0470.

Furnished room for working person
only. Close to transportation.
398-7421.

Business Briefs

I Call Our Banquet Manager
682-4300

Shenandoah Country Club

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISMENTS

All real estate advertised in this newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal
to advertise - any preference, limitation, or discrimination
based on race, color, religion, or national origin, or an inten-
tion to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimina- •
tion."
This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertis-
ing for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our
readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in
this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis.

of Kings Park, N.Y., a son
Ariel Baruch.
* * *
Sept. 21 - To Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Ingber (Roberta
Ellias), 30608 Club House
Lane, Farmington Hills, a
daughter. Esther Laura.
* * *
Sept. 19 - To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Cohen of New
Hudson, a daughter, Emily
Beth.

Sept. 13 - To Mr. and
Mrs. C. Donald Riger
(Frayda Clamage), 23751
Wildwood, Oak Park, a son,
Jeffrey Michael.
* * *
Sept. 13 - To Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Chimpouras
(Sharon Mermell), 15624
Green Lane, Livonia, a son,
Alex Aaron.
* * *
Sept. 13 - To Mr. and
Mrs. Kieve Ehrlich (Mona
Weintraub), 5241 Green-
briar, West Bloomfield, a
daughter, Jodi Nicole.
* * *
Sept. 9 - To Dr. and Mrs.
Martin Karp (Deborah
Bohm), 21310 Independence,
Southfield, a daughter, Re-
becca Lynn.
* * *
Sept. 5 - To Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Feldman (Linda
Dorfman), 25651 Colleen,
Oak Park, a son, Marc Har -
ris.
* * *
Sept. 2 - To Mr. and Mrs.
Chaim Jablonowski (Mar-
gery Nusbaum), 24031
Stratford, Oak Park, a
daughter, Amy Debra.

October 3, 1975 43

Parker,

tormer Detroiter of Florida,
has been named manager of
the American Savings of
Florida Fort Lauderdale of-
fice.

* * *
Detroit Playboy Club,

for its second season, will
present the Monday Night
Football telecasts for key-
holders 9 p.m. in its party
room. Refreshments will be
served. Non-keyholders are
invited until Oct. 15. For
reservations and informa-
tion, call Gary Schafer,
342-2040, or Gail Nau, gen-
eral manager, 863-8855.
* * *
Jack A. Horwitz of
Western Underwriters
Corp. has been awarded the
"life" designation by the
Insurance Fire Mark So-
ciety. His achievement will
be officially recognized at
the 44th annual convention
of the parent National Asso-
ciation of Mutual Insurance
Agents in Las Vegas., Nev.,
in November.
* * *
Tukel's Shoes, 9 Mile
and Coolidge, is having a
20% off shoe sale. The entire
stock of men's, ladies and
children's shoes is included.
Tukel's Shoes is open daily
until 6 p.m., Thursday and
Friday 'til 9, and Sunday 12
to 3 p.m.

Activities
in
in Society

Mrs. Marion Hass of
Oak Park helped her father
celebrate his 100th birthday
in Houghton Sept. 22. Trav-
eling with Mrs. Haas were
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bodzin of
Jerome Ave., Oak Park, and
Kayla and Robert, as well as
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Katz.
* * *

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Katz of Church Ave., Oak

Park, are entertaining their
nephew from Haifa, Israel,
Shmuel Metz. He is also vis-
iting his grandfather, Harry
Metz of Detroit and his
aunts and uncles, Mr. and
Mrs. Hy Shebowich of Oak
Park and Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin Victor of Huntington
Woods.

Room in lovely private home,
kitchen privileges. Call after 5, LI
7-9679.

Man has room to rent in private
home. 545-5114.

1 1-A - WANTED TO SHARE
LIVING QUARTERS

Working person to share house. Call
968-7593.

12 - EXTERMINATORS

APARTMENT NAMES

breed apartment reputa-
tions, hurt by insects and ro-
dents, enhanced by our prev-
entive service.

ERADICO

PEST CONTROL

Roaches, ants, mice, house-
hold pests. 90 day guaran-
tee. Reasonable rates.

PEST-O-MATIC CORP.

Lady has room to rent, kitchen priv-
ileges. KE 3-9016.

Room for working person or middle
age person. Coolidge-10 Mile.
Kitchen privileges. 543-0465.
Room-Working person, Northgate.
Parking. 968-1367.

A large bedroom for a working per-
son. 968-8574.

TO 5-7900

831-2617

13

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APARTMENTS FOR
RENT

1 &

2 bedroom apts.

9 Mile-Greenfield area. Working
person. 968-3593.

Convenient location.

Room suitable for student. Ortho-
dox home. 968-5327.

OAK PARK GARDEN APTS.

Room for rent for retired per-

546-7471

son. Someone who can also

NOW LEASING
LINCOLN HOUSE APTS.
505 E. LINCOLN
BIRMINGHAM, MICH.

speak Jewish.

547-6908

Between 9:30

am to 12 pm,

3 pm to 6 pm

Woman has beautiful room,

private bath, all privileges.

Charter House Apts.

557-4647

10 - A - ROOM AND BOARD

OAK PARK AREA

Practical Nurse has room to

rent in her beautiful private

home. Room, board and
care.

545-0191

10-B - ROOMS WANTED

Retired man wants room. Call
968-6116 or 534-1552.

11 - SHARE LIVING

QUARTERS

Widow wishes to share apt. 10 Mile-
Greenfield. 968-8608 or 543-1881.

Young professional female for 2
bedroom, 2 bath apt. 357-5064.

Young working woman share home
in Oak Park. 548-9633 after 6.
Fun loving person to share apt.
Clubhouse, tennis courts. 476-3295.
Female, mid 20's, to share apt. Call
356-4760 after 6 p.m.

MOD CONDO Southfield. Single
girls' dream house, including utili-
ties. $178.00. 557-0479.

Older woman wanted to
share Huntington Woods
home with young man & little
girl. No rent. Large attractive
bedroom.

548 - 9431

OUR CLASSIFIEDS
GET FAST RESULTS

Reasonable rent.

Spacious 2 bedroom apts.
featuring wall to wall carpet-
ing, cen. heat & air, self-
cleaning oven, frost free re-
frigerator, dishwasher,
kitchen with nook plus living
room, dining-L. Ample clos-
ets, laundry & Storage facili-
ties on each floor. Security in-
tercom system.

OPEN FOR
INSPECTION DAILY

Manager

Office

647-3644







557-0194

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WHITEHALL
APTS.

Northland area's
most luxurious 3
bedroom, 2 bath
apts., carpeting,
air - conditioning,
all electric kit-
chen, dishwasher,
heat & hot water.
Private clubhouse,
heated pool, car-
port.

W. 9 Mile at

Providence Dr.

557-5338



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