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November 17, 1978 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-17

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4fi Friday, November 17, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Communal Leaders Speak at Apartments Ceremony

RALPH
YAMRON'S
Orchestra

Civic and Jewish com-
munal leaders will join in
the ground-breaking cere-
monies for the Anna and
Meyer L. Prentis Towers
100-unit, six-story addition
to Jewish Federation
Apartments, at 10:30 a.m.

Duo, Trio & Quartet
Music For All
Occasions

968-0021

e

sANdy

RIE i MAN

phoToqRAphy

For the Finest —IN"

I

The present apartments
building, located at 15100
W. 10 Mile, Oak Park, will
be linked to the addition by
an "epicenter" containing a
common entrance area, cen-
tral dining room, commu-
nity rooms, cooperative
store and beauty shop.
The public is invited to
the ground-breaking cere-
mony.

Wedding and
Bar Mitzva Album

Call

WINER
And Associates

357-1010

e

25900 Greenfield (at 101/2 mi. Landmark

968-0808.

SPECIALIZING IN LUCITE GIFTS

CANNOS--PORTRAITS—MOVIES--OVIDOOR
SETTINGS—INSTANT PASSPORT PHOTOS

Jac:it/boy

FREDDY SHEYER

One Man Orchestra

Available For All Occasions

Now playing for all the Jewish Community

Center dances.

398-2462

"Quality Framing and Art To Satisfy Your Hang Ups"

ARTISANS
GALLERY

Present8

Purdie

a show in fiber — Nov. 17th-Dec. 17th
Come Meet The Artist
Nov. 17, 7-9 p.m.
Wine and Cheese Reception
19666 W. 10 Mile Rd. 356.4449

MARK SCHLUSSEL

SAM HECHTMAN

Sunday.
The facility, to be funded
by the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration and the U.S. De-
partment of Housing and
Urban Development, will be
ready for occupancy in
about one year.
• Jewish Federation
Apartments Executive
Director Helen Naimark
said residents must be at
least 62 years old and
must meet income limits
specified by the - federal
government. 'She said
there is an extensive
waiting list
A special attraction at the
ground breaking will be •a
trailer, provided by the con-
struction firm of Forest City
Dillon, which houses a scale
model apartment unit as it
will appear in the new
building.
Martin
E.
Citrin,

president of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, and Mark
E. Schlussel, president of
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments, will extend greet-
ings, together with Oak
Park Mayor David
Shepherd. Representatives
of the Prentis family also
will be present.
Samuel
Heclitman,
chairman of the apart-
ments' new building
committee, who has been
active with the agency
since its inception, is co-
chairman of the ground-
breaking committee with
William Avrunin, former
executive vice president
of the Jewish Welfare
Federation. Gilbert Sil-
verman is co-chairman of
the new building commit-
tee.

HAPPY 2nd ANNIVERSARY

THE HAND JOB SALON

.

Unisex Nan Salon

626-61

FLINT
NEWS

25%

Lesley
626-1662

OFF

'

Rosenman
far!

Lorraine
398-6244

g Liti among

LJE

545-1616

25941 Coolid•e, Oak Park, Mich. 48237

NOVEMBER SPECIAL

20%

OFF
Silk and Dried Flower Arrangements

Buy or Lease An

OLDSMOBILE

Immediate Delivery

Follow The Tracks To

Singles, Marrieds
Group to Gather

The Shalom Group, for
young marrieds and singles,
holds a monthly informal
get-together at local restau-
rants. Persons interested in
joining the ,group should
call the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council office, 767-
5922; Debbie Golden, 239-
3034; or Harold Steinman,'
239-5412.

ALL OUR

OLDSMOBILES

HAVE

SAKS APPEAL

35300 GRAND RIVER FARMINGTON WILLS

478-0500

Jugt Marilyns

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Sportswear Boutique

Saturday —USYShabat
service; and Hashachar
program, 6 p.m., Kasle
home, 1204 Rocky Ridge.
Monday — FJCC adult
educatior: series, 8 p.m.,
Temple Beth El.
Tuesday — Cong. Beth
Israel parenting session,
7:30 p.m.; and Bnai Brith
board meeting, 8 p.m.

CLEARANCE

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PRESENTING ALL NAIL SERVICES:
NAIL WRAPPING
MANICURES
EUROPEAN 'EXTENDED NAILS
EYE LASHES
• Try Our Disco Polish
• Gift Certificates Available
We Welcome To Our Staff:
Marsha Wolf, Carol Neiderman, Anna Hicks

Flint Blood Drive

The Flint Jewish Corn-
munity Council's annual
Red Cross blood drive will
take place noon-6 p.m. Nov.
29 at Flint's Temple Beth
El.
Donors should be age 18
or old,r, however, youth age
17 may donate blood with
parental permission.

Bar Mitzva

5640 W. Maple Suite 101,

626-6111

West Bloomfield

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E aL t-141.11 1tit itt lk i1

Neil Galanter will be-
come Bar Mitzva 10 a.m.
'Thursday at Cong. Beth Is-
rael.

si.lassakasat,tiailty

.- SALE

20-50,

% OFF

ALL FALL & WINTER MERCHANDISE

Coats, Coat Sweaters,
Suits, Coordinated Separates,
Dresses and much more

.

Sizes 4-18

20079 W. 12 Mile Rd., Country Village Mall

10-4:30 Mon.-Sat.

Visa & MasterCharge

356-0493

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