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October 01, 1976 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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MRS. NATHALIE BENYAS

WSU Hillel Expands Programs

wishes her friends and relatives the best of
good health, - nod cheer and happiness
always thr Jy
"hout the New Year

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Best Wishes for a healthy and
peaceful year to all our family
and friends

Business
Briefs

IRV, ANN, DEBBIE & MIKE
GOLDSTEIN

Our best wishes for a healthy
and joyous New Year

PHYLLIS and JOEL GURSTELL
MICHAEL and STACY

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Alex & 13401
Elizabeth Joseph

Dartmouth, Oak Park

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- Wish All Their Friends and Relatives
A Happy, Healthy and
Prospersous New Year

MR. & MRS. SEYMOUR IWREY
MARTIN & CHERYL

wish their family and friends
a year of health,
peace & happiness

A Happy and

New Year to all our
friends, relatives
and associates

Bnai
Brith
Hillel
Foundation on the -Wayne
State-University campus
will expand its programs
this year„according to
Hillel director Rabbi
Howard A. Addison, who
succeeds the retired
Rabbi Max Kapustin.

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Doc Grossman of Dexter
Chevrolet is beginning his
20th year with the fit-14a.
* * *
Local New York Life
Insurance Co. agents
have been cited by,the pa-
rent company. They are:
Barry Bremen, Aaron
Brooks and Melvyn For-
man, new members of the
1976 Top Club of the com-
pany; and Louis I. Zuc-
kerman, newly appointed
member of the Pension
Committee of the 1977
Million Dollar Round Ta-
ble.
* * *
Hattie Schwartz, invita-
tion consultant, now is
showing her new fall line
of invitations, -party
favors and accessories,
personalized stationery
and the latest in ideal
gifts for the bridal party.
New bookplates and em-
bossers are among the
--many new items arriving
daily. For information,
call Mrs. Schwartz, 356-
8563.

MR. & MRS. MAX E. FERTEL
AND FAMILY

Mollie & Ludwig Boraks
Largo, Fla.

wish their family and friends

a happy, healthy

New Year

SAMUEL & SADIE GOTTLIEB

send best wishes
for a healthy
and happy
New Year to all

Mr. and Mrs.
BERNARD L.
KAUFMAN
and family



:we wish all our friends and:
•relatives health & happiness:
•throughout the New Year •

• MRS. KARL KATKOWSKY •


AND FAMILY





ALLAN & MARY SILVERMAN
Bruce, Ilene, Mark and Laurie

DR. & MRS. STUART KATZ
AND FAMILY

wish all our relatives and

friends a healthy, happy and

prosperous New Year

would like to extend their best
wishes for a year filled with
peace, health and happiness to
all our relatives and friends

MR. and MRS. HARRY WEISS

25321 Gardner, Oak Park

Wish All Their
Friends & Relatives

A Very Happy and

Healthy New Year

Best wishes for a healthy and

happy New Year to all

MR. & MRS. JACK KEYS
AND FAMILY

Happy New Year to all our

family and friends

MR. & MRS. ALEX KRAFT
AND FAMILY

New Year's best wishes

to all our family & friends

Carl R. and Nita R.
Lichtenstein

Hillel will have a Suk-
kot dinner Oct. 8 in the
home of Rabbi and Mrs.
Addison, and a social "A -,,
Night in the Country,
Oct. 23.
The foundation will
offer its services to
Jewish students at other
area colleges. Fran
Kravitz, coordinator of
Hillel Extension Ser-
vices, will establish
Jewish student groups
and programs at local
campuses. She will be the
Hillel counselor at Oak-
land University.
The WSU Hillel lounge
is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday,
and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Fridays,
and is located at Room 667
in the Charles Grosberg
Religious Center on cam-
pus. Kosher lunches are
served daily from 11 a.m.-
1:15 p.m.
Programs
include
roundtable discussions,
informal classes in Bible
study and talmudic mys-
ticism and lectures. Stu-
dents interested in prog-
ram planning, may call
the WSU Hillel office,
577-3459.

Singles
Events

THE JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER
YOUNG ADULT DE-
PARTMENT announces
its October Hamakom —
young adult lounge —
schedule: Tuesday, open
stage; Oct. 12, a film, Oct.
19, Dr. Bruce Danto,
guest speaker; and Oct.
26, a cabaret evening of
one-act plays. The de-
partment will sponsor a
singles weekend at Camp
Tamarack Oct. 22-24. For
information on young
adult programs, call Jay
Silverman, Center young
adult activities coor-
dinator, 851-7300, ext.
219.
* * *
FRIENDS OF THE
BAY IT will have their
second annual Sukkot
celebration and pot luck
dinner 8 p.m. Oct. 8 in the
home of Barry Stein,
19338 Mark Twain. Sukka
decorating will begin at 6.
Participants are re-
quested to bring a dairy
or vegetable dish. For in-
formation, call Stein,
861-1929, or Frances
Stein, 341-3238. The pub=
lic is invited at no charge.
* * *



Friday, October 1, 1976 41

MRS. SHIRLEY KALTN

wishes her family and
friends a happy and
healthy New Year

A happy, healthy year to our

family and friends

THE MITTELDORFS

Marvin, Sherry, Bunny, Susi, Marji and Mira

May all our relatives and friends
be blessed with only good things,
good health, happiness and
contentment throughout the year

IZZY & ANNABELL POLLACK
AND FAMILY

Wishing All My Friends
and Clients -
a happy, healthy -& prosperous

New Year

_BARBARA GOSS

INTERIORS

19025 W. 10 - Mile Rd.
352-7205

Best Wishes For A Happy
and Healthy New Year to
all our relatives and friends

DR. and MRS. MILTON M.
JACOBS

Randy, Pam, Lisbeth and Leslye

MARTIN AND SUE
WEISS & FAMILY

OF MODERN BAKERY

13735 W. 9 Mile Rd. — Oak Park
and 26060 Greenfield
Lincoln Shopping Center

WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND
JOYOUS NEW YEAR

Wishing All Our Friends and Custonl -ers
a happy, healthy & prosperous

New Year

NEW FACES SING-
LES, 26 and up, will have

a Yom Kippur night
dance, 8:30 p.m. Monday
at Alvaro's -Restaurant.
Freddy Sheyer will enter-
tain and Sam Neff will
emcee. There is a charge.

Assembly Names
Attorney Clark

Attorney Daniel M.
Clark of Birmingham has
been elected chairman of
the Representative As-
sembly, the 200-member
policy-making body of the
State of Michigan.
Clark -is also a director
of the Jewish Home for
the Aged, United Hebrew
Schools and Knollwood
Country Club.

J. Allen Carnick & Barbara Brotherton

of

CARNICK INTERIORS

19025 W. 10 Mile Rd.
between Southfield & Evergreen

353-7530

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