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May 13, 1983 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-13

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36 Friday, May 13, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28821 Southfield Rd.
Welcomes

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Bar-Ilan U. Women Finalize
I Plans for Breakfast Meeting

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ILENE ROZANOFF

1 well known stylist in Farmington Hills and South-
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Final plans are taking
shape for the spring "Break-
fast With Bar-Ilan" pro-
gram to be held on May 23
in the home of Phoebe
Mainster, announces
Joanne Zuroff, vice
president, programming, of
the American Women for
Bar-Ilan University, De-
troit Chapter.
Mrs. Zuroff announces
that Norma HarPaz will
provide the morning's mus-
ical program. Ms. HarPaz

"Another Banner Week
at T.H. Grant...
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Get Royal Treatment
for your Precious Furs . . .

In our scientifically controlled cold fur
storage vaults. They'll be safe from heat,
fire and theft. We also offer the finest
custom cleaning, repairing, and restyling
at reasonable rates.

Our exciting collection of 1983 Fur
Fashions is ready for your inspection,

all specially pre-season priced.

Russian Family Seeks Kin Here

The Family Location and
Legal Service is helping a
Russian family determine
the whereabouts of Rebecca
Digvirelli Kogan, born in
1905 and believed to be liv-
ing in the Detroit area.
She had two sons and two
daughters. They lived in

Chicago prior to coming to
Detroit.
Persons with information
on the whereabouts of Mrs.
Kogan, should contact the
Family Location and Legal
Service, 120 W. 57th St.,
New York, N.Y.10019,
(212) 582-9100.

Diamonds Cost Less Here Period!

REMEMBER, THE ONLY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A
NEW DIAMOND AND A USED DIAMOND IS THE PRICE.

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FEDERAL COLLATERAL

JOANNE ZUROFF

sings both modern
Hebrew/Israeli and tradi-
tional Yiddish folksongs.
She is a graduate of Hunter
College, where she earned a
BA degree in Hebrew litera-
ture. Her professional
career has included numer-
ous appearances on the
stage, radio and television.
Sherry Najman will be
the morning's featured
speaker. She has had a long
association with Bar-Ilan,
and recently returned from
a trip to campus, part of a
mission that she co-led
along with her husband,
Cantor Chaim Najman.
Mrs. Najman has a BA
degree in religious edu-
cation from Yeshiva Uni-
versity, and a MA degree
in educational adminis-
tration from the Univer-
sity of Nebraska. She is
active in Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, Akiva Hebrew
Day School, Hillel -Day
School, book fair and
Hadassah.

Officers and steering
committee include: Frieda
Stollman, honorary
president; Sharon Hart,
president; Malka Gordon,
Linda Lee, Barbara
Stollman and Mrs. Zur-
off, vice presidents; and
Goldie Adler, Tillie
Brandwine, Rosa Chessler,
Ethel Cohen, Fayga Dom 7
bey, Hortense Falk, Doreen
Hermelin, Harriet Jacob-
son, Evelyn Kasle, Terran
Leemis, Nora Lessman, Be-
verly Leuchter, Ruth Levi,
Judy Naftaly, Susan Pap-
pas, Donna Pearlman,
Blanche Pollack, Rose
Schlussel, and Leila
Stollman, steering commit-
tee.
For information, call the
Bar-Ilan office, 398-7180.

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and stored using the "Furrier's Method"
and bonded cold vault storage.

Spick Deluxe Cleaners and Furriers offer
a springtime value of $16.95 for cleaning
and glazing any fur coat.

Bonded cold vault storage and repairs
available.

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at 10 Mile
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EIGHT of Michigan's
finest apple types:
Red Delicious
Golden Delicious
McIntosh
Northern Spies
Johnathan
Ida Reds
Paula Reds
Romes
squeezed into one
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CHAIM Meeting
Slated Sunday

CHAIM — Children of

W. 11 Mile Road, Southfield • 358-0850

Holocaust Survivors Asso-
ciation in Michigan — will
see a slide presentation
abolit the American
Gathering of Jewish
Holocaust Survivors 11 a.m.
Sunday at the Jimmy Pre-
ntis Morris Branch of the
Jewish Community Center.
The program also will
feature a panel discussion.
Among the panelists will be
Deborah Johnson, Channel
4 producer, who attended
the gathering and filed a
series of reports for broad-
cast; a survivor and a child
of a survivor.

Certified Kosher and Pareve
by the Metropolitan Kashruth Council
Rabbi Jack Goldman, Administrator

"A Toast to you on Shavuos,
the Season of the Giving of the Torah!"

"A wonderful way to grace
your Yom Tov table!"

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