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September 02, 1977 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-02

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40 Friday, September 2, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nursery to Hold Toddler Class ZO D Asks Carter; Recognize
Mishkan Israel Nursery the Jewish holidays and cus- Jerusalem as Israel Capital

will expand its facilities
this fail to include a class
for children under age 3.

The program will include
learning about the alphabet,
numbers, arts and crafts

toms.
For information, call the
nursery, located in Cong.
Mishkan Israel Nusach
H'Ari, 14000 W. Nine Mile,
548-2666, daily between 9
a.m. and 4 p.m.

LINEN GALLERY

Fine Bed, Bath & Table Linen

Hevra kadisha origi-
nally referred to a mutual
benefit society whose
services were restricted
to its members, irrespec-
tive of the social, religious
or charitable purpose for
which it was established.
Today, among the
Ashkenazi Jews, the term
applies to a brotherhood
formed for one purpose
only, namely, the reve-
rential disposal of the
dead in accordance with
Jewish law and tradition.

CREATIVE
PARTY PLANNING
and DECORATING

Bar Mitzva s,
Weddings,
Sweet Sixteens, etc.

CANDY CENTER PIECES
invitations and
Accessories
Party Favors

MARCIA MASSERMAN
646-6138

SPECIAL FOR HOLIDAYS

Large Selection Of
All Types & Sizes Of

TABLECLOTHS

1Ne -bring the - Ci400 tts yOtr

Bob lwrey
681-2478

(from 48" to 1441

sheer, modern & classic styles

Special Note, we will no longer be open Thurs. eves., but
will open Sat.10-4.
Bridal Registry
15075 Lincoln
968-1640
Lincoln Towers Apt.
10.4 daily
Oak Park, Mi.

the fashion place ...
-. -

V

. • •

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will meet 8 p.m.
Sept. 11 at the Franklin
Pointe Apts. club house.
President Ruby Samson
will discuss fund-raising
projects for the year. A so-
cial hour will follow.

.

NEW YEAR'S
SALE!

' . 41k.

,--',

30 0/0 OFF

20% OFF

DEBORAH'S
IMITATIONS

ON BRAND NEW FALL MERCHANDISE
NOT TILL SEPTEMBER 9TH

Now At

• 2-3-4 PIECE SUITS
• SWEATERS • SLACKS

ALSO
RAIN COATS 30

ZIPPER LINED

2399 Coolidge

Bet. 11-12 Mile

Presenting petitions to Congressmen James Blanchard,
second from left, and William Brodhead, second from
right,- appealing to President Carter to adhere to the Demo-
cratic Party platform plank of recognizing Jerusalem as
the capital of Israel, are Louis Panush, left, public rela-
tions chairman of the Zionist Organization of America—
Detroit District, and Dr. Maxwell Hoffman, president of
the local ZOA affiliate.

City of Hope Unit
Will Have Meeting

1

-1

( y 0 OFF

546-5504

CITRONS SMOKE &
GIFT SHOP

LOWER LEVEL

Advance Building

21077 Greenfield at Ni. Mile Rd.

DEBBIE WEISSERMAN
537-1490

Call For Appt.

All Association Member Stores will be closed
Mon., Sept. 5 Labor Day
DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS No. 2
BERNARDS KOSHER MEATS

LOUIS COHEN & SON
and PASADENA KOSHER MEATS

24721 Coolidge
*Ilan A. Cohen & Joe Felitein
OAK PARK 48237—LI 3-8860

CARL'S KOSHER 'MEAT MKT.

Carl Carson 968-7450
Lincoln Center Oak Park

COHEN & SON KOSHER MEAT MARKET

26035 Coolidge Hwy.
Jock Cohen—Oak Park 48237
LI 7-4121

DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS No. 1

Feldman Bros. Proprietors
24760 Coolidge
Oak Park 48231—LI 8-6800

FRANKLIN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY

32390 Middlebelt Rd.
Farmington Hills, 855-1020
Ben Smith Don Border

4.7

[Marriages]

Rhonda Beth Seder and
Richard C. Sorrell were
married in a recent ceremo-
my at the Raleigh House.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Anson J.
Seder of Oak Park. Parents
of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Milton A. Sorrell.
Jr.. of Bel Air. Md. The
new Mrs. Sorrell was gradu-
ated from Michigan State
University with a BA de-
gree in special education.
Her husband earned a BS
degree in biochemistry at
MSU. where he is a mas-
ter's degree candidate in
civil engineering. The
couple is living in Lansing.

For all the running, jumping
and scuffing little boys do!
Ready to go back to school
looking great. Rugged
enough for recess with
long-wearing natural
leather and
comfortable

soft

soles.

RADAR

sizes 12 1/2 -3
sizes 31/2 -7

$21.00
$24.00

i'nvitat'ions For Every Occasion

Rosh Hashana Begins Monday Eve -Sept.
12. The Kosher Meat Dealers Assn. Mem-
bers, now have and will continue to have
an ample supply of the finest-of-kosher
meats and poultry for your holiday needs.
Shop early and avoid any inconvenience.
Shop at your independent Meat Dealer, displaying this
emblem. It is your assurance of the finest.

Bernard Rayber-13925 W. 9 Mile
398-3180

PARTIES FOR ALL AGES Jeff Leitson
References
661-1125

19835 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Southfield, Mich.-557-7677

Feldman Brothers

NORTHGATE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY

25254 Greenfield
Jack Miller
Oak Park 48237-967-3907

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

21780 W. 11 Mile Road
John Katz, Dave Krasman
Southfield 48076-356-5110

GOLDIN'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET

23057 Coolidge
Seward Goldin
Oak Park 48237—LI 7-3900

SINGERS KOSHER MEAT MARKET

13721 W. Nine Mile Road
Jack Attis, Philip Swarin
Oak Park 48237—LI 7-8111

Under the supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

NCJW to Conduct
'Volunteer Day

A special volunteer regis-
tration day will be con-
ducted by the Greater De-
troit Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women 10
a.m. - 3 p.m. Thursday at
the Council Office, 16400 W.
12 Mile Road, Southfield.
Volunteer positions are
available in Meals on
Wheels, Operation Friend-
ship, burn control, tutorial,
WICS, membership depart-
ment, evening group, public
affairs, office work, angel
ball and hospitality.
Assisting chairman
Ronne Acker are Sonia
Macey, community serv-
ices vice president; Sandra
Leshman, membership vice
president; Sandy Nathan,
public affairs vice presi-
dent; Filomina Dillick,
ways and means vice presi-
dent; Carol Bloom, adminis-
trative vice president;
Phyllis Welling, executive
vice president; Bobby
Blitz; Trudy Foster; Pola
Friedman; Doreen Gordon;
Helen Gottlieb; Carrie
Kushner; Harriet Prentis;
Rita Rosen; Helen Shevin
and Jessie Stern.

PIZZA

A nifty little Back-to-School shoe with young girl
styling. Great for dress-up too!

Available in Brown or Navy Suede
and also
Available in Loafer style

sizes 10Y2 -3
sizes 5 -7

$19.00

- $22.00

FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
TUES.-WED.-SAT.
HOURS: MON.-TOURS.-FRI.
9:30 AM-5:30 PM
9:30 AM-8:30 PM
SUNDAY 114
FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE- OPEN LABOR DAY 12-5

15600 W.10 Mile Rd., Southfield

in the
NEW ORLEANS MALL

559-4556

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