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August 10, 1984 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-10

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62 Friday, August,10, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WOMEN!

NEW YORK DESIGNER OUTLET
SUMMER CLEARANCE!

WE LEASE ALL MAKES FOREIGN & DOMESTIC

All Items Will Be Sold At Our COST

Lease from the people who know

28000 Telegraph Rd., Southfield
354-0570
At The Tel-12 Mall

Help us sell out so we can move in the fashions
for Fall '84

DRESSES, SWEATERS, POLO SHIRTS, ETC.
CET A FREE POLO SINAI 55.99 raise) MTh ANY $10.00 PURCHASE

(while supplies last, with presentation of this ad only)

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:
Spotlight your next party with



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• Indoor or outdoor temporary stage, tent, •


• neon, and special effects lighting for every •
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. • occasion. Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, and


• weddings, fashion shows, etc.



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For more information call:

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LOOking For A New
Family Shoe Store?

We have 3 convenient loca-
tions that Guarantee Proper
Fit, Quality, Service and Se-
lection. We carry major
brands and some that will
be!





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NEW DIAMOND AND A USED DIAMOND IS THE PRICE.

CALL ANYTIME: 543-0389

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BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: Mon. & Thurs. 7-10 p.m., Fri. 10-5 p.m.



ANNIVERSARIES

GLASSMAN
LEASING

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968-5026 •


GET CARRIED
AWAY IN

Plan Now For A
Special Bar/Bat Mitzva,
Sweet Sixteen, Birthday
or Shower

Southfield West Bloomfield Farmington
477-2343
851-5566
559 3580

661-9331

Ogra918tons

with coupon

• New Pads • New Seals
• Turn Rotors • Road Test
• Repack Bearings

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Regular $69.95



Stanley H. Kaplan
The Smart

MOVE!

Semi-Metallic
pads extra

BIRMINGHAM TIRE

1104 S. Woodward, Birmingham

ED STONE

senior Soveriaskys have
eight grandchildren.
Mr. and Mrs. Soverinsky
have been residents of De-
troit, Oak Park, Florida and
Southfield since their mar-
riage.
Soverinsky, owner of The
Atlas Waste and Wiping
Cloth Co. before his retire-
ment, is now a member of
the Pontiac Country Club,
Shriners, Hamilton Place
and Cong. B'nai David,
which he atteds regularly
with his wife. Mrs.
Soverinsky is a member •of
Mizrachi, and was formerly
vice president of the Fannie
Gluck Chapter.

SZ Beth Hayeled offers
extended child care in fall

$59.95

(Local and nationwide delivery)

50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
(Rayetta) Soverinsky of
Southfield will observe
their 50th wedding an-
niversary on Sunday. They
were married Aug. 12, 1934
at the original Cong. B'nai
David building in Detroit.
The couple will be hon-
ored by family and friends
at a kiddush at Cong. B'nai
David in Southfield, on
Saturday and at a golden
anniversary party there on
Aug. 26.
Their children are Dr.
and Mrs. (Marilyn)
Soverinsky and Dr. and
Mrs. Bernard (Marlene)
Toft, all of Southfield. The

LOCAL NEWS

-

FRONT
DISC
BRAKES

Our balloon Bouquets
With Attached Baskets
Are Still The Best In Town

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Souerinsky

642-3116
642-3288

THE WRITE WORD

If you find the right gift a chore,
And written words don't flow for you,
Let the "write words" from my pen pour,
To make a portrait fresh and new.
A character sketch I will create
To mark whatever you celebrate.
So let my "Write Words" speak for you,
And convey portraits, Oh so true!

Diane K. Hauer 661-4490 -

ORIGINAL PERSONALIZED POETRY
CANDLELIGHTING CEREMONIES
MARRIAGE CEREMONIES
RESUMES,
-
LETTER
SPEECHES
COMMERCIAL BROCHURES
PERSONALIZED, FRAMED SCRABBLE BOARDS

Cong. Shaaey Zedek's
Beth Hayeled — nursery
school and kingergarten —
will offer child care both be-
fore and after the regular
pre-school classes, begin-
ning this fall. Children may
be brought to school as early
as 7:45 a.m. and may stay
until 4:30 p.m. Breakfast
will be served and lunch
should be brought from
home.
The program offers half-
day nursery school classes
for children between the
ages of 21/2 and 5. It also pro-
vides a developmental kin-
dergarten program (kin-
dergarten readiness) for
children who legally qualify
for kindergarten and 'those
with borderline birthdays
who may be ready for more
than a nursery school ex-
perience but need time to
grow to succeed in a
standard kindergarten pro-
gram.
For the toddlers (18
months to age 3) there is an
opportunity for their first
group and educational ex-
perience outside the home.
Enrichment classes focus-
ing on particular subject
areas are for chidren age 4
and 5. This year's enrich-
ment offering& include 3 'SCi-

and Gym," "All Kinds
of Art," "Animals, Animals,
Animals," and "It's a Small
World."
Computer learning ex-
periences under the guid-
ance of a qualified specialist
are also part of the cur-
riculum. The Beth Hayeled
offers parent programs,
such as Sabbath dinners,
speakers, workshops, study
groups.
The Beth Hayeled pro-
grams contain nursery
school ingredients and
Judaic content in the form
of Hebrew words, blessings,
rituals, songs, dances and
Jewish holiday and Sabbath
observances.
A limited number of open-
ings exist for some classes.
The extended care program
is available to any student
enrolled in a regular nur-
sery school class. Call the
Beth Hayeled office, 357-
5544, for information.

ence

Named to post

Linda Seligman Boxer,
daughter of Stanley and
Rebecca Seligman of De-
troit,. was appointed execu-
tive director of the Jewish
Federation of Niagara

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