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August 08, 1980 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 8, 1980

I

July 31 — To Mr. and
Mrs. David Maiseloff (Ellen
Nemer) of Southfield, a
daughter, Jennifer Allison.

Mrs. David Y. Shapiro
(Terri Loewenstein) of
Farmington Hills, a daugh-
ter, Lindsey Ann.

July 29 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Dan A. Stein (Maxine
Goldberg) of Southfield, a
son, Michael Darren.
* * *
July 28 — To former De-
troiter Gerald B. Cohen and
Mrs. Cohen (Margaret
"Peggy" Skipper), of Oak-
land, Calif., a daughter,
Carolyn Park.

July 18 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Scheinfield
(Rhodene Raimi) of Far-
mington Hills, a daughter,
Rachel Elizabeth.

July 26 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Larry Finn (Gail Eisen) of
Southfield, a daughter,
Courtney Jill.

July 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
William Perczyk (Gail Kor-
chak) of Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Rochel Penina.
* * *
June 30 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Dickman (Jamie
Fidler), former Detroiters of
Brunswick, Maine, a
daughter, Jessica Paige.
* * *
June 30 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Gary Fanton (Karen L.
Goren), former Detroiters of
South Euclid, Ohio, twins,
Daniel Alan and Sara Ellen.

RUBE

Certified Mabel

358-1426 or 357-5544

Cantor SAMUEL.

GREENBAUM
MOHEL

Certified

547-7970

REV. HERSH!.

ROTH

oto

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* * *

Certified Mohel

41

* * *

July 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Phillip Bortman (Nancy
Marx), former Detroiters of
Columbus, Ohio, a son,
Jared Seth.

* * *

* * *

Serving Homes & Hospitals

399-7194

* * *

* * *

Cantor Sidney

July 25 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Sherizen
(Nancy Binder) of Oak
Park, a son, Dovid Kalman.

557-0888

* * *

RABBI S. ZACHARIASH

July 21 — To Mr. and
?ars. Charles Kovsky (Anne
Cwagenberg) of Southfield,
a son, David Solomon.

Specialized

MOHEL

In Home or Hospital

* * *

557-9666

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

Births

July 19 — To Mr. and

MY SINCERE THANKS

June 5— To Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold J. Weiner of Royal
Oak, a son, Matthew Seth.

To my devoted family, relatives and all our good
friends for their concern, thoughtfulness, best
wishes, calls and prayers during my recent re-
covery from surgery.

Nursery Opens
Fall Registration

All real estate advertised in this newspaper is subject to the Federal
Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise "any prefer-
ence, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, or na-
tional origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation, or
discrimination."
This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real
estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed
that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal
opportunity basis.

Display classified ads accepted from responsi-
ble firms or individuals by telephone up to 2 p.m.
Tuesday. All other classifieds 2 p.m. Wednesday.
For rates and information .. .

CALL 424-8833

OAK PARK. Room for working
woman. Private bath, kitchen
privileges. 968-1821.

FURNISHED ROOM for em-
ployed person. Oak Park. Light
kitchen privileges. 543-5899. _

SPACIOUS — Air conditioned
room. Kitchen privileges. 557-
4980.

Working woman wishes to share
or rent room with private bath.
Light kitchen privileges. South-
field area.

Call eves. after 6

356-2023

10-B--ROOMS WANTED

Refined, retired gentle-
man needs room to rent.
10 Mile-Greenfield area
preferred.
357-5890 days
851-5592 eves. & weekends

13—APARTMENTS
FOR RENT

WHY BUY AN
EXPENSIVE CONDO

When you can rent one of
our 3 bedroom, 2 bath
apartments right on the golf
course with a breathtaking
view?

For a mere $580. per
month, heat, hot water and
all appliances furnished.






Baby World's NEW Teen Center

SChoolfield

SianiCV

A.m..

626-2144 or
626-3635
Ask for Diane

13—APARTMENTS

FOR RENT

10 MILE-GREENFIELD. Brand
new 2 bedroom and porch. 968-
5308.

4113Y WORIA) 6 N TEENS

126 E. 14 MILE RD, CLAWSON
1 MI. W. OAKLAND MALL
588 2333

-

34520 FORD RD., WESTLAND
2 BLKS. E. WAYNE RD.
326-6110

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GREENFIELD-LINCOLN AREA
Spacious 2-3 bedroom,
air-conditioned, carpeting,
appliances, heat & hot
water included. Carports.

No pets. From $345.

559-7935 or 626-4196

GAS FORCED AIR HEAT,
hot water, carpeting, private k
balcony, off-street parking r, ,
i and 2 swimming pools.
ik
Walk to shopping
.

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MODEL OPEN: id

\ .1 Mon.-Sat.,9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. ‘,1\
w ill \
Sunday Noon-4:30 p.m.
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357-2503
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SCOTIA MANOR APTS.

LARGE ONE BEDROOM

Completely carpeted,
heat and all utilities
except electricity.
Pool, air-conditioning,
party room. Adults. No
pets. Large well
lighted parking lot.
Near shopping cen-
ters. Nine Mile-
Coolidge bus line.

8 tennis courts
5.pools
9 hole golf course, and
our own private security
service.

Please call between
9 a.m.-7 p.m.
Mon. thru Fri.
and
10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sat. & Sun.

See Resident Manager

12800 W. 91111 RD.

OAK PARK

Glens of
Cedarbrook

Located on
Middlebelt at 10 Mile
in Farmington Hills

23850 MIDDLEBELT ROAD
•FARMINGTON HILLS, MICHIGAN 48018

bids

Bassett

SPACIOUS
\ I 1 & 2 BEDROOM
APARTMENTS
FROM $325
\\I

643-6644

5511401

FOBrolftil

at Shiawassee,
1 blk. north
of 8 Mile

SOMERSET PARK APTS.

heauartiti
for :t erse
ck
Capezio clancewecir *. bda t:skin .

by FAMOUS brands like .. .

Beech

Extras on the premises in-
clude:

doctors shoe prescriptions
correctly filled

anbie cit

SOUTHFIELD

If you see one of our
TOWNLEY APARTMENTS
you will love it!

ShOeS
foiS firti t eens

•dingo
•foot traits
• hesk puppies
dexter
•weber
•cnildlife-tico

PARKWAY APARTMENTS

Rent includes:

10—ROOMS FOR RENT

Registration is being
taken at the Lubavitch Cen-
ter nursery in Farmington
11—SHARE LIVING
Hills.
QUARTERS
The program, for three-
and four-year-olds, is con- Career minded woman, in 30s,
ducted by Chaya D. Bergs- wishes to share her North Oak
tein. It emphasizes indi- Park home with same, utilities in-
vidualized learning centers, cluded.
songs, games and stories.
Arts and crafts are used to
Call bet. 10 & 5:30
teach the children the He-
968-3338
brew alphabet; about the
holidays and more.
For information, call Mrs. Female, 30ish, non-
smoker, seeks same to
Bergstein, 626-3194.
share spacious condo.
Yiddish Arts
$206 per month plus half
Group Slated
utilities plus security de-
•bass
The Sholem Aleichem In- posit.
stitute plans to establish a
851-3248 eves.
Jewish performing arts
group, with emphasis on Woman to share 2 bed-
Yiddish.
room apt. in Troy with
•lazy bones
An organizing meeting
will be held 8 p.m: Wednes- same. $190 per month
day at the Franklin Pointe plus utilities.
Apts. club house, 26361
528-0409 or 967-3316
ictralitltotig4.4formIlltort
Franklin Pointe Dr., South-
field.
Eastern Mich. U of M area.
College student looking
for same. Quiet female to
share 2 bedroom 2 bath
apt. Central air. Kosher
BEDROOM FURNITURE FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES
kitchen.

PHIL SELVAN

13—APARTMENTS
FOR RENT



Farmington Hills has always been
synonymous with gracious living and
CEDARBROOKE remains true to that
tradition
CEDARBROOKE is located on a
beautiful wooded site, just minutes
away from downtown, the O.C.C.
campus, fine restaurants and elegant
shopping.
Here along our hills and winding
lanes you'll find privacy, seclusion'
and convenience.
CEDARBROOKE offers such
outstanding features as carports,
swimming pool, intercom systems,
central air conditioning, in-unit
storage, specially designed apart-
ments for the handicapped and
more.
INTRODUCTORY RATES
AS LOW AS $290.00 A MONTH

CEDARBROOKE will be open
from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
7 days a week for your convenience

478-0322

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