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December 07, 1979 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-07

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THE DERV JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, December 1, 1919

WITH THIS COUPON

A e

pa rlin e i- /I Reg. $10.00

17125 W. 12 MILE

(3 BLOCKS E. OF SOUTHFIELD

SHAMPOO &
SET

for

$Q0 0

vp

Reg. $20.00

Haircut, Shampoo PI

3

GRAND OPENING

CONVENIENT PAVED PARKING &
ENTRANCE IN REAR

COUPONS EXPIRE Dec. 14, 1979

Reg. $40.00

Il

Set or Blow Dry &I
Iron
for $ 12 00

PERMANENT"

EN

for

$3000

Greetings Issued to Louis Kasle
Flint Leader, on 70th Birthday

Commendations for a
lifetime of devotion to
Jewish causes and for lead-
ership that extends to many
areas outside his home city
are being expressed on the
occasion of the 70th birth-
day of Louis Kasle.
For more than three de-
cades among the most emi-
nent in the ranks of leader-
ship in Flint, Kasle's devo-
tions embraced many inter-
ests statewide and partici-
pation in the most impor-
tant national Jewish
movements.
Kasle is a former
president and a life member
of the Zionist Organization

.FIRST TIME GUESTS ONLY....

JEWISH
COMMUNITY
CENTER
HEALTH
CLUB'S
DECEMBER
SPECIAL!.

LOUIS KASLE
of America. He is an honor-
ary life member of Hadas-
sah, contributing associate
of the Weizmann Institute
of Science, and a member of
the American Jewish Con-
gress, Bnai Brith and the
America-Israel Friendship
League.

He is a member of the
board of trustees and the
board of education of Cong.
Beth Israel and is also a
member of Temple Beth El
in Flint.

Marriages

Laura Coskey became
the bride of Lt. Joseph
Raymond Molina re-

In addition, you'll receive the satisfaction of
knowing you're giving your body the treatment it
deserves. Here are just a few features of your new
Health Club membership:

THE J.C.C. HEALTH CLUB
USE IT IN GOOD HEALTH!!!

• INDIVIDUALIZED EXERCISE PROGRAM
• TEN STATION UNIVERSAL GYM
• RESERVATION PRIVILEGES
ON ELEVEN RACQUETBALL COURTS
• YEAR-ROUND TENNIS
• INDOOR & OUTDOOR POOLS
• GYMNASIUM
• INDOOR & OUTDOOR JOGGING TRACKS
• SAUNA & STEAM ROOMS
• NEW JACUZZI WHIRLPOOL BATHS
• MASSAGE FACILITIES
• PRIVATE LOCKER ROOMS & SHOWERS
• INDIVIDUAL LOCKERS
• NEW GROOMING AREAS
• NEW SHAPE-UP ROOM WITH
LATEST EQUIPMENT
• OUTDOOR SUNDECK
• PRIVATE RESTAURANT
• NEW LOUNGES
• SLUMBER ROOM
• NEW LOBBY/RECEPTION AREA
• COMPLETE PRO SHOP

NO COURT FEES FOR RACQUETBALL OR SQUASH

For more information, contact the Membership Office

661-1000, Ext. 166 or 167

'This offer is good from December 1 through 31. 1979 and is applicable to
NEW permanent Health Club memberships only.

....

YOUR WEDDING—
^_

BAR MITZVA

LBUM
FINER
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He is a member of the
American ORT Federation
and on the boards of the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America and the
United Synagogue of
America.
In 1968, Kasle was one of
six persons in the U.S. hon-
ored by the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary with its
Community Service Award.

He is a past president of
the Zionist Organization
of Flint, Cong. Beth Israel
and the Flint Jewish
Community Council. He
chaired the United
Jewish Appeal in Flint
for three years and is now
honorary chairman,
chaired Israel Bonds in
Flint for 20 years and
served as Michigan
chairman of Israel Bonds
in 1951-1954.

Join the J.C.C.
Health Club NOW and
receive, absolutely free,
your choice of a squash
or racquetball racquet.
That's right...a free rac-
quet of your choice for
acting NOW.

Better is the rebuke of a
wise man than the song
(praise) of fools.
— Ecclesiastes 7.

cently. The bride is the
daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Ralph Coskey of Southfield.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. Frank Molina of
Flint and Mrs. Clara Molina
of Ponca City, Okla. The
new Mrs. Molina and her
husband were graduated
from Michigan State Uni-
versity. The couple is resid-
ing in Phoenix, Ariz.
* • •

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WILL WE

WHEN P

IT
R
EIED
I
HNIPAPH
AND ASSOCIATES

357-1010

SAVE UP TO 60% ON
DIAMONDS

• We Sell Diamonds Only
• By Appointment Only

Call Jerry Turken at

The New York
Diamond Cutting
Company

"The Diamond Cutters"

3000 Town Center,
Southfield, Michigan:, _,

355-2300

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US AT OUR
COME SEE
BEAUTIFUL NEW AT
STORE
WILL
TH—
IN PLYMOU
RIDE
WORTH TI-IE

MEMO TO:

All our old friends

Oscar Hertz
Gerald (Buddy) Shapiro

360 S. MAIN
STREET
PLYMOUTH
MICHIGAN

48170
(313) 455-5700

Lauren Myra Kaminski

and Alan D. Weinberger
were married recently at
the Shoreham Americana
Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Rabbi A. Nathan Ab-
romowitz of Temple
Tifereth Israel officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Sadie Kaminski of
Southfield and the late Mr.
Mark Kaminski. Parents of
the bridegroom are Judge
and Mrs. Theodore G.
Weinberger of Kensington,

Long Island, N.Y. Helen
Blank was her sister's maid

of honor. Dr. Daniel R.
Weinberger, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man.

AESCULAPIAN Phar-

maceutical Association will
meet 8 p.m. Monday at the
Cranbrook Apts. club
house. Refreshments will be
served by the ladies auxil-
iary.

A VERY SPECIAL STORE FOR PRE-TEENS AND MINORS

OAK PARK STORE

WILL BE OPEN
SUN. THROUGH DEC. 23
FROM 11-5

Open Mon. thru Sat. 10-6

In Bloomfield
6527 Telegraph at Mpale
(near Frank's)
644-4225

In Oak Park
32133 Coolidge
North of 9 Mile Road
545-3242

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