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December 21, 1979 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-21

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38 Friday, December 21, 1819

THE DETROIT JEWISH VIEWS •

EARLY
DEADLINES

come to
the source

The Jewish News has
an early deadline of
noon today for local
news and display ad-
vertising to appear in
the issue of Dec. 28.
There will be an early
deadline of noon Dec. 28
for local news and dis-
play advertising to ap-
pear in the issue of Jan.
4.

con-
your
For
venience, we now
offer a Gift Registry.

Tapper's

26400 W. 12 Mile Rd.

12 Mile & Northwestern Hwy

.

357-5578

Detroiter Attends Ceremony
Honoring 'Holocaust' Author

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Sharlene Ungar, right, president of Michigan
Branch of Women's League for Conservative
Judaism, participated in special ceremonies last
month at the New York headquarters of the Women's
League for Conservative Judaism when Gerald
Green, second from right, author of "Holocaust" was
honored by the league "for his craftsmanship and his
humanity in bringing before the world the unparal-
leled account of atrocities perpetrated in our cen-
tury." Fritz Weaver, left, who played the role of Dr.
Weiss in the NBC-TV mini-series, participated in the
tribute. The presentation was made by Goldie Kwel-
ler, second from left, president of the women's organ-
ization.

Burgs Celebrate
60th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Burg of
Southfield will this month
be honored on their 60th
wedding anniversary at a
party to be given at Cong.
Bnai David by their chil-
dren, Mrs. Anne Wedes, Dr.
and Mrs. Leon Burg and Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan (Bernice)
Schecter.
Mr. and Mrs. Burg were
married on Dec. 28, 1919, in
Brooklyn, N.Y. They moved
to Detroit in 1928 and lived
in that city until 1976, when
they moved to Southfield,
where they presently re-
side.
Mr. and Mrs. Burg are
charter members of Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Now
retired, Mr. Burg owned
and operated the Sun-
shine Family Laundry in
Detroit for 40 years. Mrs.
Burg is an active member
of Pioneer Women, a
group with which she has
been affiliated for many
years.

• .1

Simple. yet eleganL. relaxing and luxurious. A gift certificate at Kitty
Wagner's. A very special gift which may include a salon facial (two
hours of pampering). a body massage. a manicure or pedicure. or a
day of beauty (all of the services listed).

Whatever gift you and your Kitty Wagner Specialist design. you'll
know you hare a personal gift created especially for her.

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On hand to help the
couple celebrates will be
their 10 grandchildren, two
great-grandchildren, fam-
ily and friends.
Relatives and friends
from New York, Philadel-
phia, Florida and Ohio also
will attend.

Galilee Outposts
Ready in Spring

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The manning of all 30 look-
out posts in the Galilee will
be completed by the end of
April, the Jewish Agency
announced.
Some 10-12 families will
settle in each of the out-
posts, designed to
strengthen the Jewish
presence in the Galilee. All
outposts are later planned
to become regular settle-
ments.
Some IL 300 million ($10
million) has been invested
in building the outposts.

9

Hichman, Bella Raizman
and Ann Sapperstein will
present a Hanuka program
and conduct the
candlelighting. Friends are
welcome. For information,
call Jeanette Serling, 968-
8518.

GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
celebrate Hanuka noon
Thursday at the Northgate
Apts. club house. President
Bertha Lupovitch will give
the invocation. Vice
President Regina Weisman
will conduct the
candlelighting ceremony.
The afternoon will include a
luncheon of traditional re-
freshments, and a musical
program. Prospective mem-
bers and guests are invited.
• • •
ACHIEZER will meet
8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
home of Marilyn Loketch,
17376 Shervilla, Southfield.
The meeting will feature a
demonstration on how to
give facials. Raizy Nus-
baum is co-hostess.
• • • •
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women, will meet 11:30
a.m. Monday at the North-
gate Apts. club house.
Brunch will be served. Sam

25th Anniversary

BRUSSELS (JTA) — The
Belgian Jewish weekly,
"Belgish Israelitisch
Weekblad," marked its 25th
anniversary recently.

YOUR WEDDING—
BAR MITZVA

LBUM
FINER
INER

WILL

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

AND ASSOCIATES

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Ana

FOR QUICK SALE
OF YOUR UNWANTED USED FURS

El-Mars Suburban Shop

Marion Feuerman

WE CAN SELL YOUR MINK COATS. JACKETS.
STOLES. FUN FURS. PERSIANS. FUR HATS.
BROADTAIL FURS. FUR TRIMMED SWEATERS, etc.

El-Mars Furs

13661 W. 11 Mile

just West of Coolidge

Oak Park, Mich.

(Across from A&P)

Closed Saturday

Open 6 Days 11-5 p.m;

No phone calls plane

JUST IN TIME
FOR THE HOLIDAYS

MALTER FURS

IS HAVING
A SALE WITH
up to

40%

REDUCTIONS

ON THE ENTIRE
INVENTORY.
THIS INCLUDES
THEIR FINE
COLLECTION OF
DESIGNER COATS,
CONTEMPORARY
COATS. MEN'S
COATS, EVERYTHING

SALE ENDS DEC. 24th

LTER

INC_

OF HARVARI1 .'.OW

Designers of Fine Furs

HARVARD ROW MALL

21742 W. 11 Mile Road. Southfield

OPEN SUN., DEC. 23rd 12-4

358 0850

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