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March 02, 1984 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

58 Friday, March 2, 1984

Serve Brim
on Passover

Business Briefs

Brim Decaffeinated Cof-
fee is 97 percent caffeine-
free. Regular grind, drip,
electric perk and freeze-
dried, Brim is certified
kosher for Passover in spe-
cially marked packages.

NEW CONCEPT

Multi-Size
Print Albums
for WEDDINGS,
Bar/Bat Mitzvahs

from

r

Specialist Conducts Seminar
for Fund Raisers for JNF

13900

Complete Coverage
Special Effects

FRIECIMAN

phoTo

968-0808
Lincoln Center
101 /2 Mile & Greenfield

Instant Passports
Portraits — Video

Mario Salon
has
reopened at its original lo-
cation, 25761 Greenfield,
Southfield.

* * *

All For Learning, Or-
chard Mall, West Bloom-
field, is the exclusive outlet
in this area for Lin-
guaphone. Linguaphone
enables anyone to learn He-
brew in their own home. For
information, call All for
Learning, 851-6770.
* * *
Kedem Foods will offer
"Quenelles de Brochet," a
fancy name for Heimishe
Gefilte Fish, for the forth-
coming Passover season.
The kosher-for-Passover
fish is made with mullet,
whitefish, pike and carp,
and is free of chemicals or
additives. Potato stock
rather than matza meal is
used for filler.
The fish comes in 12 oz.
and 24 oz. jars.

CREATIVE
ARTIFICIAL
GREENERY

Y.

For Home Or Office
Silk arrangements - Dramatic custom desEgn
Plants - lifelike
2' to 5'
Trees - on natural bark

20% OFF ON EVERYTHING

(no charges or layaways)

PLEASE CALL FOR APPOINTMENT

626-9141

626-9142

Michigan Weavers'
Guild will have a sale and
exhibit Wednesday through
March 11 at the Somerset
Mall. Hours are: 10 a.m.-6
p.m. Wednesday, 10 a.m.-9
p.m. Thursday and March 9,
10 a.m.-6 p.m. March 10 and
noon-5 p.m. March 11.
* * *
Ceresnie and Offen
Furs, 181 S. Woodward,
Birmingham, will have its
final March markdown of
furs today through Sunday,
with savings from 50 to 75
percent. Special sale hours
are: 9:30 a.m.-9 p.m. today
and Saturday and noon-5
p.m. Sunday.
* * *
The Print Gallery,

* * *

Aileen Prujansky and
Shirley Shanker are con-
ducting household and es-
tate liquidation sales. For
information, call Mrs.
Prujansky at 358-3721; or
Mrs. Shanker, 557-0728.

* * *

United Savings/Loan Opens

United Savings and Loan
Association, Farmington
Hills, has opened its doors.
Serving the communities
of Farmington, Farmington
Hills and West Bloomfield,
the financial institution of-
fers a full range of savings
and checking accounts and
mortgage services. Ac-
counts include passbook
savings, money market de-
posits with check-writing
privileges, NOW accounts
and time certificates of de-
posit.
United's principle lend-
ing activity is in first
mortgages on residential
real estate, primarily for
single-family and one-to-
four unit residences.
United's President, De-
nnis Deutsch, is the son of
Alfred (United's chairman)
and the grandson of Adolph.

SALE

FINAL WEEK
DRASTIC REDUCTIONS

75

29203
Northwestern,
Southfield, will have infor-
mation available about
manuscript reproductions
of items to be exhibited in
the Precious Legacy collec-
tion coming to Detroit in
1985. The Precious Legacy
contains religious and art
objects taken by the Nazis
during the Holocaust from
the Jews of Czechoslovakia.
For details, call the gallery,
356-5454.

Alfred and Adolph Deutsch
founded Citizen's Mortgage
Corp. (now Manufacturers
Hanover Mortgage Corp.)
and American Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association
(now Empire of America
FSA).
United Savings and
Loan Association is lo-
cated at 31731 North-
western Highway, Far-
mington Hills.
United's business hours
are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
Monday through Thursday
and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Fri-
day.

* * *

Franklin Savings
Opens Offices

Franklin Savings, 26336
W. 12 Mile, Southfield, will
have its grand opening this
month.
Franklin Savings will
offer complete banking
services, including ex-
panded hours, drive-up
windows and automated tel-
ler machines.

Recipe Guide
for Passover

The B. Manischewitz Co.
is offering its 1984 Passover
recipe guide. It's filled with
recipes for the Seder and
throughout the Passover
holiday.
There are recipes for ev-
erything from main dishes
and salads to desserts. Sev-
eral of these desserts are
made with Manischewitz
cake mixes and included in
the recipe guide is a 25 cent
coupon good on the pur-
chase of any Manischewitz
Cake Mix. A 15 cent coupon
is also included for Manis-
chewitz Passover Egg
Matza Crackers.
For a free copy of the
Manischewitz Passover Re-
cipe Guide, write Recipe
Guide, P.O. Box 484A, Jer-
sey City, N.J. 07303.

mostly

off

Suits & Sweaters & Pants & Dresses
Blouses & Accessories

SPECIAL RACK Values to $100

Now $15 to $25

Come visit our exciting new _
Lingerie Department!

March Chairman

conlempaary lastuons

phone 355-4770

29229 Northwestern Hwy., Southfield

Mon.-Sat. 10-5

Florine Mark Ross of
Southfield has been named
general chairman of the
March of Dimes Renais-
sance Golden Mile, a mini-
walk for civic leaders to
raise money to fight birth
defects.

Stephan Schiffman, one
of the nation's leading
speakers and trainers on
Jewish fund raising and sol-
icitation, will be the guest
speaker at a special four-
hour solicitation training
session for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund at 11 a.m.
March 11 at the JNF office,
18877 W. 10 Mile, South-
field. Brunch will be served.
For the past five years,
Schiffman has been spe-
cializing in training and
motivation in the private
sector. He has conducted
training programs for
Jewish organizations
throughout the United
States, Canada and Israel.
For six years, Schiffman
was the director of training
for the national office of the
United Jewish Appeal, and
was a lecturer at the New

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STEPHAN SCHIFFMAN
School for Social Research,
New York University,
Marymount College and
Columbia University.
Reservations are limited.
For details, call the JNF,
557-6644.

* * *

Rotberg-Ellias Grove Begun
by Detroiters Through JNF

A grove of 1,000 trees has
been established in the
state of Israel by Franklin,
Betty and Charles Ellias,
announces Jack Zwick,
president of Jewish Na-
tional Fund of Detroit. The
grove is planted in honor of
Mrs. Ellias' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel (Fay) Rot-
berg and her husband's par-
ents, Dr. and Mrs. Sydney
(Helen) Ellias and will be
known as the Rotberg-
Ellias Grove.
Franklin Ellias is vice
president of the JNF of De-
troit.
Ellias is actively involved
with the Jewish Commu-
nity Council of which he is
an executive member and a
member of the Holocaust
subcommittee and the
community relations sub-
committee. Both Mr. and
Mrs. Ellias are members of
the Inner Circle of the
Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion, the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America — Detroit
District, Temple Israel and

THE ELLIASES

board members of Children
of Holocaust Survivors
Association in Michigan.
Mrs. Ellias is a life
member of the Young
Women's Division of JNF
and Women's American
ORT.
For information about
projects through the JNF,
contact Executive Director
Ed Rosenthal, 557-6644

SPACE Lists March Events

SPACE, non-sectarian
community service of the
National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit
Section, will have the fol-
lowing programs for the
month of March:
A four-week support
group for people who are
separated or divorced after
the age of 50 will be held at 3
p.m. March 4, 11, 25 and
April 1.
The regular monthly
widowed §upport group for
men andwonien will beheld
at 8 p.m.:March 5, 12,•11.R and.
26. The ilAir-we. •:.ivoreed
i_ipport group for
and divorced men and
women will be held at 8 p.m.
March 6, 13, 20 and 27.

Every Wednesday eve-
ning at 8 p.m. SPACE has
a . drop-in discussion
group for separated, di-
vorced and widowed men
and women. At 8 p.m.
next Wednesday, there
will be an additional
drop-in discussion group

for parenting issues. On
March 14 at 8 p.m. there'
will be an additional
drop-in for widowed
only.
A for-men-only workshop
will be presented by George
Handley on March 15 at 8
p.m. on the issues of "Male
Parenting."
On March 18 at 3 p.m.
SPACE will continue a
workshop presented by Dr.
Steve Goren. '::irector of the
Amerisean Holistic Associa
tion, on - Wellness."'
• On March 29, SPACE Will.
have a workshop for Women
on . 'What Eve'ry
Wor,lari :•.;'eeds
About :Divorce and the
Law," presented by Vicki
Buckfire, attorney. The
workshop will be at 8 p.m.
All SPACE programs are
held at its offices, 16400 W.
12 Mile, Suite 106, South-
field. -
For information and to
register for any of the pro-
grams, call SPACE, 557-;
9390.- •

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