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November 02, 1979 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 2, 1919

Miss Mendelsohn Marries

We, at

Meg Mendelsohn became
the bride of Jeffrey Galper
in a recent ceremony at the
Bay Pointe Country Club.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme of
Temple Israel officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Sherman A.
Mendelsohn of Birming-
ham. Parents of the brideg-
room are Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Galper of Far-
mington Hills.
Matron of honor was
Robin Reznick, sister of the
bride. Cathy Mendelsohn,
the bride's sister, was maid
of honor. Bridesmaids were
Marcie and Lori Galper, sis-
ters of the bridegroom.
Per Eiritz of Karlstad,
Sweden, was best man.
Eric Mendelsohn,
brother of the bride; and

DEXTER-DAVISON
KOSHER MEATS,

welcome the addition to our staff of one of the
finest meat cutters in the Kosher meat industry.

JACK ATTIS

19835 W. 12 MILE at Evergreen

c.?

Bar Mitzvas,
Weddings,
Sweet Sixteens, etc.

CANDY CENTER PIECES
Invitations and
Accessories
Party Favors

.

MARCIA MASSERMAN
646-6138

acte' 94 e;d4 & e46490(

MRS. JEFFREY GALPER

22101 Coolidge,

Harvey Reznick and
Joseph Higgins were
ushers.
Following a Bermuda
honeymoon, the couple is
residing in Southfield.

1 Block S. of 9 Mi.

The Special Gifts Section
of the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-

557-7677

We deliver

CREATIVE
PARTY PLANNING
and DECORATING

Cong. Mishkan Israel
Nursery School has an-
nounced a change in its
schedule. The nursery will
meet 12:30 to 3 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday in-
stead of the mornings of the
same days.
There is still limited room
available for registration.
For information, call the
Lubavitcher Center, 548-
2666.

Women's Special Gifts Unit
Meeting Hears UJA Official

former owner/partner of Singer's Kosher Meat Market of Oak
Park has recently joined our ranks to make the "best" even
better.

Nursery Changes
Time Schedule

Call 548-4031

We Bone—Skin—Grind—Fish Free

WE WRAP FOR FREEZING

.

Wedding & Bar Mitzva Albums
From '175"

sANdy, FRIEdMAN

phoTogRAphy

Lincoln Center
Oak Park

SAM & SONS FRUIT MARKET

6718 Orchard Lake Rd. 851-8020
Orchard Lake Rd. Hours
13905 W. 9 Mile Rd. 399-9699

Daily 9-8

We carry a full line of Deli items

Sunday 8-6

968-0808

CANDI DS-MOVI ES-PORTRAITS

Oak Park Hours
Daily 7-6
Sunday 6-5

INSTANT PASSPORT PHOTOS

Best Kosher

SALAMI or $d)29 HARVARTI
BOLOGNA L CHEESE $199

I b.

1 or 2 lb. sizes

Extra Fancy
Red or Golden

DELICIOUS

APPLES

39

reg. or caraway

I lb.

BANANAS

c

California

lb.

1 9C,b.

Rokeach

PASCAL 49 c CANNED
CELERY
". SOUPS

35. ea.

3 for $ 1

24 size

ORCHARD LAKE STORE ONLY
A & W
Sinai Kosher

ROOT -

PASTRA

949

&



BEER

8 Pak '/z litre bottles

lb.

Specials good thru 11-8

$149

1 plus deposit

PAULETTE FINK

gency - Fund Women's Di-
vision will hold a meeting
11 a.m. Thursday at the
Bloomfield Hills home of
Aviva Robinson. Luncheon
will follow the meeting.
Guest speaker will be
Paulette Fink, an honorary
chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, who rescued
Jewish children as a
member of the underground
during the Nazi occupation
of France.
After the war, Mrs. Fink
helped Jews immigrate
secretly to British-
controlled Palestine and in
1948 she participated, as a
UJA representative, in the
airlift of 45,000 Jews from
Yemen to Israel.
Edythe Jackier is
chairman, and Barbara
Berry, associate chair-
man, of the Special Gifts
Section. llse Doner, Be-
verly Frank, Roz Schiff
and Sally Soberman are
vice chairmen. Marlene
Borman is adviser and
Beth Feldman, briefing
chairman.
Shelby Tauber is Cam-
paign chairman, and Jane
Sherman, associate chair-
man, for the Women's Di-
vision. Dulcie Rosenfeld is
division president.

Detroiter Speaks
at Calif. Parley

Dr. Bruce Dubin, director
of the Michigan Pulmonary
Laboratory in Madison
Heights, will speak at the
39th annual convention and
scientific session of the
American College of Osteo-
pathic Internists to be held
Nov. 13-17 at the Hotel Del
Coronado in Coronado,
Calif.

:

ilk • •



When the North Wind blows
And Jack Frost snows
On hills and dales
And on mounts and vales,
That's the time to ring a chime
And tell the folks it sure is time

For

The very best in Kosher, Dairy foods
made fresh daily in Detroit, under
supervision of the Michigan Kashruth Council
Rabbi Jack Goldman, Administrator

Le Brunch at
L'Auberge.
It's just the
ticket.

Your ticket to the
pleasures of a
French country
inn. It's the
brunch stop.
Enjoy relaxing elegance, buffet style,
accented by a little keyboard fantasy. Bring
your group this Sunday. 10-2:30.

0

Somerset

Inn

Big Beaver Road, east of Coolidge
Troy, Michigan 48084 (313) 643-7800

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