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February 24, 1984 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-24

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52 Friday, February 24, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Superior Coffee Co., a
division of Consolidated
Foods Corp., has donated
nearly 20,000 pounds of
soups, salad dressings,
cocoa, coffee and other foods
to the "Feed the Hungry"

the place for beads, jewels, nuts, shells
and beading supplies

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hours: tuesday thru saturday, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
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Ghinda Marrich
Ida Joyrich
Call to sign up for our Monday classes

program sponsored by the
Food Industry Council of
the Greater Detroit
Chamber of Commerce.
* * *
Arnold Michlin has
been appointed a registered
representative in the South-
field office of WZW Finan-
cial Services, Inc., a
nation-wide securities and
financial planning firm.
* * *
Greenfield Chiroprac-
tic Health Clinic, 23777
Greenfield, Southfield, has
been expanded and remod-
eled. Operated by Dr. Marc
Terebelo, the clinic now has
a McManus disc traction
table to help treat low back
pain patients. The clinic
specializes in applied
kinesiology technique.
* * *
The Paper Place in
Applegate Square will ex-
pand in spring and add to its
lines of stationery, invita-
tions, greeting cards and
party accessories. New serv-
ices include printing,
engraving and painting.
Among the new items to be
featured are: leather desk
accessories, T-shirts with
messages, soaps, scents,
unusual shaving equipment
and more.

Karen E. Ring
to Marry in May

MICHAEL TODD GUTMAN
Son of
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Gutman
Temple Israel

MISS RING

DAVID GOLDBERG
Son of
Dr. & Mrs. Edward Goldberg
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses

MATTHEW WEISBERG
Son of
Marilyn & Clifford Weisberg
Temple Israel

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RON FOGEL
Son of
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JEFFREY LOEWENTHAL
Son of
Larry & Shirley Loewenthal
Young Israel, Southfield

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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ring
of Franklin announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Karen Elise, to Steve
Jay Weiss, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Allen Weiss of West
Bloomfield.
Miss Ring holds a BA de-
gree in accounting from
Walsh College, where she is
pursuing studies toward a
master's degree in taxation.
Her fiance holds a BA de-
gree from the University of
Michigan and a JD degree
from the University of
Miami.
A May wedding is
planned.

Yeshiva Auction
Sunday Night

A silent auction will kick
off the Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah PTA's goods and
services auction to be held
Sunday at the yeshiva
building. The silent auction
will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Proceeds from the auction
will help the learning dis-
abled classroom.
For information, call Es-
telle Gelberman, 557-7616.

Conservative Men's Clubs
Plan 55th Annual Parley

Plans have been finalized
for the 55th annual spring
convention of the Great
Lakes Region of the Federa-
tion of Jewish Men's Clubs.
The convention will be
held March 30-April 1 and
will be hosted by the men's
clubs of five of Detroit's
Conservative congrega-
tions: Adat Shalom, Beth
Achim, Beth Shalom, Bnai
Moshe and Shaarey Zedek.
Theme of the convention
is "Renewing Our Jewish
Commitment."
Based at the Sheraton
Southfield Hotel, the
convention will begin at
noon March 30 with
registration and hospital-
ity. That evening there
will be a Shabat dinner at
Cong. Beth Achim featur-
ing Emanuel Zippori, Is-
rael consul general for
the Midwest, as guest
speaker.
Shabat services, a lunch-
eon, workshops and a
dinner-dance following
Havdala services at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek will be the
schedule for March 31.
On April 1, there will be a
morning service, breakfast
and business meeting co-
hosted by Cong. Bnai Moshe
and Cong. Beth Shalom. A
women's program will be
followed by an installation
luncheon.

Educator Due
at Bnai Moshe

The Cong. Bnai Moshe
Business and Professional
Group will hear a talk by
Dr. Leonard S. Demak,
superintendent of the Oak
Park School District, at 7
p.m. Sunday in the
synagogue boardroom.
Dr. Demak will speak on
"Crisis in Education?" Past
president of Bnai Moshe,
Dr. Demak has been a high
school teacher and school
principal.
He has been a consultant
in education to local school
districts for many years. He
also has been appointed
program director for several
federal projects.
Light refreshments will
be-served. There is a nomi-
nal charge.

Maariv Seeks
TNT Probe

For information, call c'
Dave Goldis, 626-1181;
Harvey Nussbaum, 661-
1049; Shel Satovsky, 354-
4333 or Stewart Silverman,
557-3188.

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Attorney At Law

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