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December 02, 1983 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 :Friday, December 2, 1983

THE

BAKER'S LOAF is RELOCATING

TO SERVICE YOU BETTER

VISIT OUR PRESENT LOCATION
ON NORTHWESTERN HWY.

Southfield

NOW THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS

LOOK FOR OUR "GRAND RE-OPENING"

IN THE

"SPRING OF '84"

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Super Sunday Volunteers Sought

The Allied Jewish Cam-
paign's nine divisions are
gearing up for the commun-
ity's Super Sunday tele-
phone appeal on Jan. 15.
Sally Mayer, chairman of
worker recruitment, is
asking Campaign workers
and other interested mem-
bers of the community to
take a turn at the phones.
"It's a great opportunity to
get involved," she said. "The
feeling of satisfaction in
reaching out to the com-
munity and helping our fel-
low Jews is one of the re-
wards of the day."
Super Sunday Chairman
Dr. Paul Feinberg and Har-
riet Dunsky said that all
volunteers will be given a
concise training session
that day to facilitate solici-
tation and enable them to
answer contributors' ques-
tions.
"Last year's one-day
appeal was a success be-
cause of those in the
community who

Allied Jewish Campaign

Super Sunday, January 15, 1984

answered the call for evening to call those people
help in meeting local and not reached Sunday.
The day will be divided
overseas needs," said Dr.
Feinberg. "But it into 21/2-hour worker shifts.
wouldn't have been a While that represents only
success without our sev- a brief time commitment for
eral hundred workers each volunteer, Mrs. Mayer
who stayed on the said, "it makes a substan-
phones, explaining the tial difference in the out-
needs and spreading the come of the telethon and for
message of the many the over-all Campaign."
human services funded
To sign up for a worker
by the Campaign."
time slot or for further in-
Super Sunday will begin formation, call Leonard
at 9:30 a.m. and conclude at Milstone at the Jewish Wel-
6 p.m. There will be a fare Federation, 965-3939.
follow-up session Monday

* * *

Campaign Cash Collection
Will Boost Beneficiaries

With the end of 1983 just
ahead, contributors to the
Allied Jewish Campaign
are being asked to do some-
thing special for their fellow
Jews and for themselves.
They're being asked to
pay off their 1983 pledges by
Dec. 31.
According to Cash
Mobilization Chairman
-.4 i . and Qollection

been coming in at the an-
ticipated level, we may have
a problem meeting the
needs of our beneficiaries."
The cash mobilization
and collection review com-
mittees will hold a telethon
Dec. 15 at the United Heb-
rew Schools in Southfield to
contact contributors with
cash balances.

SALLY MAYER

NOTICE

1-696 NOISE ABATEMENT
BETWEEN LAHSER ROAD AND THE GTWRR
PUBLIC HEARINGS

The Michigan Department of Transportation is calling two public hearings to provide
the opportunity for public discussion of proposed noise abatement measures for the
portion of the 1-696 Freeway between Lahser Road and the Grand Trunk Western
Railroad in Oakland County.

The hearings will be held on consecutive nights to discuss two different sectors
along the 1-696 Freeway. Both hearings will be held at 7:30 p.m. on:

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this holiday. Select a gift from Tapper's.

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RETAIL

A

128.56
B 262.53
C 648.03
D 233.38
E 145.00

SPECIAL AT

102.85
210.03
518.43
186.71
116.00

RETAIL

154.36
92.50
301.62
I 488.75
J 300.63

F
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SPECIAL AT

123.49
74.00
241.30
391.00
240.51

26400 West Twelve Mile Road
in Southfield's Racquetime Mall
Northeast corner of 12 Mile & Northwestern Hwy.

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227.32
L 213.75
M 141.25
N 419.40
0 713.81

SPECIAL AT

181.86
171.00
113.00
335.52
571.05

Wednesday, December 7, 1983
Southfield-Lathrup H.S. Auditorium
19301 West 12 Mile Road
Lathrup Village, Michigan

LOUIS BERRY

Review Chairman I. Wil-
liam Sherr, it will enable
the community to meet its
obligations to the many
human service beneficiaries
funded by the Campaign.
And payment by year-end
enables contributors to re-
ceive a deduction on their
1983 taxes.

Ntro w,

Brochures describing the alternatives and other pertinent information are available
at the City Halls in Southfield, Lathrup Village, Royal Oak, Oak Park, Huntington
Woods, Pleasant Ridge, and at the 1-696 Ombudsman's office at 25000 Kenosha in
Oak Park.

This hearing is held in accordance with Federal and State Public Involvement/Public
Hearing Procedures. Testimony will be taken from interested citizens regarding the

The Department has also scheduled an informational session a week before the
hearing to review with those interested the entire noise abatement project from
Lahser Road to the Grand Trunk Western Railroad. This meeting will be held on:

HOLIDAY HOURS
(Starting Nov. 25th)
Mon.-Fri. Sat. Sun.
10-8:45 10-5:45 12-4:45

I. WILLIAM SHERR

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The hearing on Wednesday at Lathrup Village will deal with the proposed treatments
west of Greenfield Road. The hearing on Thursday at Oak Park will deal with the
proposed treatments east of Greenfield Road. Although we encourage people to
participate at the hearing that deals with their sector, we will take testimony on either
sector either night.

social, environmental and economic impact of the proposed alternatives. Written
statements and exhibits in place of, or in addition to, oral statements made at the
public hearing or requests for copies of the environmental assessment for this
project may be submitted to Philip J. Chisholm, Public Involvement Section, Michi-
gan Department of Transportation, Transportation Building, P.O. Box 30050 Lans-
ing, Michigan 48909, at any time up to fifteen days after the date of the public
hearing.

Layaways Invited

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Thursday, December 8, 1983
Eleanor Roosevelt Middle School
Cafetorium
23261 Scotia
Oak Park, Michigan

Federation Treasurer
Stanley D. Frankel em-
phasized the importance of
cash payments in several
areas. "Because payments
to the 1983 Campaign and
the special Israel
Emergency Fund have not

Tuesday, November 29, 1983
3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.
Activity Room "A"
Oak Park Community Center
14300 Oak Park Boulevard
Oak Park, Michigan

No formal presentation will be made at these afternoon and evening sessions. They
are designed to assist interested citizens in understanding the details of the project.
Persons interested are urged to stop in at their convenience for an informal conver-
sation with Department representatives.

In addition, information on this project or any Michigan Department of Transportation

Planning Project may be obtained by calling toll free 1-800-292-9576. (TDD avail-
able).

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