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September 28, 1984 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-28

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Friday, September 28, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Meyer Levin wishes all his children,
relatives, friends and all the
members of Congregation
B'nai Israel Beth Yehuda

A Healthy
and Happy
New Year

WHERE HANDBAGS & JEWELRY
ARE A STATEMENT OF FASHION!

A Very Healthy & Happy
NEW YEAR

Hunters Square, 31065 Orchard Lake Rd. at 14 Mile

851-4460

Mon. thru Sat. 10-6, Wed. & Fri. 10-9, SUNDAY 12-5

SHIRLEY & JACK FREED & FAMILY

and

JUNE & SEYMOUR RUBENSTEIN & FAMILY

of

DESIGN &
CONSTRUCTION
DECKS • PATIOS
PLANT MATERIALS

PILLOW TALK

OFFER BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HEALTHY & HAPPY

NEW YEAR

28803 Evergreen & 12 Mile
In the Country Village Center

Sol, His Family and the Staff of
SOL'S
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COMPLETE CAR CARE & TIRE CENTER

4200 W 11 Mile at Greenfield 5455350

Complete Mechanical, Electrical Repairs
and Air Conditioning Service

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Wish All Their
Friends and Customers
A Very Happy, Healthy
and Prosperous
NEW YEAR

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Best Wishes For
A
Happy and Healthy
NEW YEAR
To All Our
Customers & Friends
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EXTRA-CISE®, an exercise
studio developed to fill the needs
of the fuller-figured woman and
adults over 40, has opened in the
Bloomfield Towne Square Shop-
ping Center, 2281 S. Telegraph,
Bloomfield Hills. Hours are 9
a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Fri-
day. Myrna Dosie, an Oakland
County exercise instructor for
more than 17 years, will teach
daily Extra-cise® and Extra-
cise/Plus° classes. For informa-
tion, call the studio, 332-3339.

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ON THE BOARDWALK

Orchard Lake Road, S. of Maple • 855-5529

We Will Be Closed
For The Holidays

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(313) 559-6363

Detroiter David Hermelin, na-
tional campaign chairman of Is-
rael Bonds, chaired the four-day
leadership conference of the
organization held earlier this
month in Boston.
Delegates to the meeting were
D. Dan Kahn, Michigan's general
chairman, and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Bloch, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. David B.
Holtzman, Mrs. Hermelin, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Laker, Mrs.
Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A.
Schubot, Jonathan Brateman,
Ronit Shakardhi, Dr. Susan
Harold, Harold Schreiber and Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Charlupski.

BUSINESS

At Berlin's Children Shoppe

1339 W. Square Lake Road Bloomfield Hills, ME. 48013

Detroiters attend
Bond conference

357-DOWN

Thurs. & Fri. — Rosh Hashana Sat. — Yom Kippur

Inner Space makes space. More space.,.Better space...by
designing and installing custom closet/storage systems that
work. And we design each orie.:,one ata time. So. you end
up with a closet/storage system that fits you. Your lifestyle:
Your personality...And your-budget. Let Kathie Park at
Inner Space show you how its done. Just call.

LOCAL NEWS

% OFF

on
COATS,
JACKETS,
SNOWSUITS

ROBIN - T1DYKINS - WHITE STAG
PACIFIC TRAIL - MIGHTY MAC - WEATHER TAMER

20% OFF AT ALL TIMES
ON REGULAR MERCHANDISE

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Serving 3 Generations

(bt1110)

Children's Shoppe

Orchard. Mall, West Bloomfield
Orchard Lake Rd-. at Maple

85-511.0

Mon. thiti Sat. 10-6, Thurs. 10-9

NORTHLAND CENTER will
receive the 1984 Keep Michigan
Beautiful Award at a banquent
Oct. 16 at Central Michigan Uni-
versity.

BNAI BRITH

MORGENTHAU CHAPTER
will have a meeting on Oct. 10 at
the Knob-in-the-Woods Apts. club
house at noon. Norma Gorosh,
president, and Helen Braverman,
program chairman, announce
that the guest speaker will be
Frita Roth Drapkin, author of
many children's stories. Lunch-
eon will be served. There is a nom-
inal fee for members and guests.
Hostesses will be from the Book
Study Club. For reservations, call
Betty Barsky, 548-6052; or Yetta
Epstein, 545-1477. Reservations
are required.

BBW resale shop
announces fall sale

B'nai B'rith Women's Second
Chance Shop Chairman Helen
Tatarka, B'nai B'rith Women's
Council of Metro Detroit
President Esther Applebaum, and
store manager, Arlynne Fox, an-
nounce a fall sale of all merchan-
dise in the shop beginning Mon-
day. The Second Chance Shop is
located at 22111 Coolidge, Oak
Park.
Donations of nearly new family
clothing may be dropped off on
Monday through Friday from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Call the store at
547-4050 for pick-up of furniture
or large household items.

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