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January 20, 1978 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 20, 1978 41

Business Briefs

The Hair Chateau, located
in the Tel-Ex Plaza at 10
Mile and Telegraph Rds.,
offers complete hair styling
services for men and wom-
en. There is a professional
staff of 15 operators, a new
makeup -department and a
costume jewelry depart-
ment. The Way You Were
Co. in the salon features
custom-made men's hair-
pieces of human and syn-
thetic hair. Hairpieces are
repaired, tinted or colored
on the premises in complete

A scholar profanes the
name of God if he does not
pay the butcher at once.
—Talmud

RALPH YAMRON'S.
Orchestra

Duo, Trio & Quartet
Music For All
Occasions

968-0021

(Formerly The
Joe Miller
Orchestra

r iRIVE

privacy. For information,
call the Hair Chateau, 356-
6250.

Jewish and Catholic Women
to Hear Priest, Rabbi Hertz

* * *

Tel-12 Mall's antique show
will run through Jan. 29.
The show will feature art
glass, furniture, books and
more. Admission is free.
Show hours are 10 a.m.- 9
p.m. daily, and noon-5 p.m.
Sunday.

Dutch Rename Street for Rabbi.

AMSTERDAM (JTA)-
The stretch of street in front
of the Progressive Jewish
Center in Amsterdam
known as Graafschap will
- be renamed Jacob Soeten-
dorp Street, the Amsterdam
municipality decided.
The late _Jacob Soeten-
dorp, who was born in Am-
sterdam in 1915, was rabbi

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cruise and spring wear
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Jews Are Targets

DIJON, France (JTA) —
Members of the Jewish
community in this eastern
French city have been tar-
gets of anti-Semites, the
Movement Against Racism
and Anti-Semitism reported
this week.
Police are investigating
calls made to Jews by un-
identified persons claiming
to represent the so-called
French section of the
"Odessa International," a
group known to have organ-
ized the escape of former
Nazis from Germany after
the war.
Also, the facade of a shop
owned by a Jewish business-
man was daubed with the
inscription, "Jew."

of the Liberal Jewish Con-
gregation from 1944 to 1972
and promoted its expansion.

FR. JOHN O'MALLEY

RABBI HERTZ

The League of Jewish
Women's Organizations will
join the League of Catholic
Women for their third an-
nual meeting noon Feb. 16
at Cong. Bnai David._ A
complimentary petite lunch-
eon will be served. '-
A program entitled, "Un-
derstanding Our Changing
Traditions," will be present-
ed. Guest speakers will be
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz of
Temple Beth El, and Fr.
"John W. O'Malley, S.J., of
the University of Detroit.
Fr. O'Malley is chairman
of the University of De-
troit's religious studies de-
partment. He was chairman
of the administrative affairs
Council of U-D's University
Senate from 1970 to 1971 and
was chairman of the Senate
of the Detroit Province of
the Society of Jesus • from
1969 to 1970.
He is a former president
and chairman of the board
of the Jesuit Gammunity
Corp. at the university and
a former member of the
board of trustees at both
John Carrol University in
Cleveland and Loyola Uni-
versity in Chicago.
Fr. O'Malley is a member
of the American Catholic

Historical Association, the
American Society for Refor-
mation Research and the
Renaissance Society of
America.
Presidents Mrs. Esther
Rosenblum of League of
Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions, and Mrs. Marilyn
Lundy of League of Catholic
Women, invite the public.
Program Chairman is Mrs.
Corrine Oppenheim. Admis-
sion is free.

Parties Dance & Special Occasions

\, 544-0454

FELDBRO

546-5797 .1

QUALITY MEATS

Orchard Lake only

USDA CHOICE

NEW YORK
STRIP

Southield Slates
Theater Plays

lb.
$269
CUT UP & FREEZER WRAPPED FREE

The Southfield Civic
Theatre will present three
productions for the remain-
der of the season.

USDA CHOICE

"Barefoot in the Park" will
be presented Feb. 10, 11, 12;
"Diary of Ann Frank,"
April 7, 8, 9; "Man of La
Mancha," May 11, 12, 13.

Curtain times are 8 p.m.
on Fridays, 6 and 9 p.m. on
Saturdays, and 2 and 7 p.m.
on Sundays. All perform-
ances are at the Southfield
Parks and Recreation Cen-
ter. For information, call
Southfield Parks and Recre-
ation, 354-9603.

14+

Disc Jockey

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$1 79

lb

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South of Maple
West Bloomfield Plaza

Mon. thru Sot.
8 to 6
Closed Sunday

626-4656

FREE PARKING

HURRY SALE ENDS JAN. 31st

121P851
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confections

2399 COOLIDGE, BERKLEY •

NEAR CATALPA

(BET. 11 & 12 MILE) 546-5504

*well

SHOE SALE

STILL IN PROGRESS thru Jan. 28

SAVINGS
up to

7 g o/

/0

on

Women's Shoes & Boots
8f

MEN'S SHOES

all sales final

cash only

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Southfield 559-8833

delicious Passover chocolates, candies and macaroons
raise those needed funds for your synagogue,
school or sisterhood

• We offer over 30 years of successful fund raising experiehce
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• Passover products manufactured under strict Rabbinical supervision
• Welcome the neighborhood kids seJling Cherrydale Farms' fine Passover products
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• You know exactly how much you earn per case
• Your effortsare backed up by promotional and organizational material
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ATTN: JACK SCHLEGEL

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