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September 09, 1977 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-09

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0 Friday, September 9, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Weisz Family Expands Grove
Into 2,500-Tree Woodland

Mr. & Mrs. Sheldon Rott

and family

Wish The Entire Community

A Happy, Healthy & Prosperous

NEW YEAR

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From All Of Us To All Of You —

A Peaceful, Happy, Joyful Year!

BROOY'S

BOYS & YOUNG MENS WEAR

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13745 W. NINE MILE RD.

• BankAmericard

• Master Charge . •Layaways

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The expansion from a
grove of 1,000 trees, into a
woodland of 2,500 trees has
been announced by Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin (Lillian)
Weisz.
The woodland will honor
the memory of Aron Klein,
Samuel Weisz and Esther
Weisz. Mr. Klein is the fa-
ther of Lillian. Samuel and
Esther Weisz are the par-
ents of Melvin Weisz. When
Esther Weisz died in 1974,
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Weisz
planted the Weisz Family
Grove in her memory.
The Klein-Weisz Memo-
rial Woodland will be lo-
cated in the American Bi-
centennial National Park,
in the Judean Hills, south-
west of Jerusalem, in a bib-
lically historic area where
Samson fought the Philis-
tines and David slew

Exclusive

WALLCOVERINGS

Specializing In
Estate Sales and Purchases

Goliath. The woodland is
being established through
Jewish National Fund by
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Weisz
and family.
A local meat dealer, Mr.
Klein was a member of Pis-
gah Lodge of Bnai Brith
and Cong. Bnai Moshe.
After his retirement he
becam a member of the
Jewish Center Business-
yen's Club.
Samuel Weisz was a kosh-
er butcher and a longtime
member of Cong. Bnai
Moshe and the Hebrew Ben-
evolent Society. Mrs. Weisz
was active in the Bnai
Moshe Sisterhood.
Melvin Weisz is a past
president of the Metropol-
itan Detroit Bnai Brith
Council and is a former
chairman of the Michigan
Regional Board of the Anti-
Defamation League. He is a
past president of Cong.
Bnai Moshe. He is a former
president of the Hillel Day
School and a member of
the board of directors of
the United Hebrew Schools.

Custom Designs-Italian Gold Jewelry
and Exquisite Diamond Pieces

Norman Allen

g enzoto9i31 and 2Vetmontotoff-ist

30400 Telegraph Rd. Suite 134
Birmingham, MI. 48010 642 5575

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LINEN GALLERY

Fine Bed, Bath & Table Linen
WIWI MID MPS

Best Wishes For
A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous

NEW YEAR

To All

Grace Alter Elizabeth Dell Sally Biederman

Special Note, we will no longer be open Thurs. eves., but

will open Sat. 10-4.
15075 Lincoln
Lincoln Towers A pt.
Oak Park, Mi.

Photos of Israel
at Jewish Museum

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A total of
74 color photographs depict-
ing landscapes, cityscapes,
still lifes, people, — the full
spectrum of Israeli life—
will be on view at The Jew-
ish Museum through Dec.
18. "Israel Kaleidoscope:
Color Photographs by
Morris and Edith Jaffe"
captures the essence of an
ancient land, while reflect-
ing the influence of contem-
porary life.

Division of Standard Detroit Paint Co.

Commercial & Residential

In Home Design Consultations

Cabin Craft Carpets & Area Rugs
Walkoverings In Stock

Mon.-Fri. 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.

Now Open Saturdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

C

OPTICRt
Co.

HARVARD ROW

11 AT LAHSER

SOUTHFIELD

WARREN OPTICAL

The. finest In
DESIGNER FRAMES

Right in Your
own Driveway!

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Prescriptions filled on premises
Specializing In Childrens Frames

ni (el' re

Certified by the National
Automotive Institute of Excellence

■ Expert diagnostic tune-up
■ Electronic analyzer -- all
engine systems
■ Professionally trained
mechanics
■ Perfect results assured

peetie6te t

qeor9e

es

THE
TUN
-UP
MAN

comes. to your home or office with
the "garage-on- wheels.'
Valet service that doesn't
cost one penny extra':

C u3 torn made

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M,T,F,SAT10-6.• Wed 10-2 • Thurs. 10-8

THE JEWEL
BAKERY

wish all their customers

a healthy and happy

In 1974, Morris and Edith
Jaffe visited Israel under
the auspices of the govern-
ment of Israel.

Their photographs have
been exhibited at the Rose-
nthal Studio-Haus, New
York (1964), the Porter Gar-
net Gallery, Carnegie Mel-
lon University, Pittsburgh,
Pa. (1969), the American
Scandinavian Foundation,
New York (1970, 1971), and
Loftleidir-Icelandic Air-
lined, New York (1971).

Expanded Services
Call Sanford Rosenberg
for your car problems

398-3605.

6-cyl. cars $31.50 includes
EVERYTHING: Labor AND Parts.
4 and 8 cyl.. comparatively low.

Mastercharge and BankAmericard

968-1640
10.4 daily

The Management & Staff of

NEW YORK —

26106 Greenfield in the Lincoln Center, Oak Park phone 968-8855

Bridal Registry

New Year

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5640 W. Maple at Orchard Lake

Nail Wrapping Specialists



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W. Bloomfield

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