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November 09, 1984 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Wedding Rehearsals and
Ceremony Assistance

Lee
Wolin

Matthew Paletz
wins scholarship
from Interlochen

Matthew Paletz, son of Susan
and Robert Paletz of Farmington
Hills, has been awarded the
Jonathan Lazarus Silets Memo-
rial Scholarship of the National
Music Camp at Interlochen.
The scholarship is awarded to a
junior or intermediate girl or boy
percussionist who has made the
most progress during the sum-
mer. It pays half the tuition for
the coming camp season.
Matthew, 11, played percussion
in the intermediate band. He is a
student at Warner Middle School.

FOR MEN

Drug Travelers
- have new officers

Michigan Drug Travelers
elected_ Milt Greene, treasurer
and Oscar Katz, secretary, at its
recent election meeting.
Elected to the executive com-
mittee for a two-year term was Sol
M. Gelbman. Serving one-year
terms are Stan Lax, Herb Cohen
and Cliff Klayman.

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JEWISH
NEWS
Cal! The Jewish News Advertising

B'NAI MOSHE'S Kadima youth
group (grades six-eight) will have
a rollerskating afternoon Sunday
at the Bonaventure roller rink,
meeting at the synagogue at 2
p.m. There is a charge. For reser-
vations, call Beth Bodzin, 357-
1157.
New Junior Congregation offi-
cers are: Shawn Dines, president;
Jonathan Rosenbaum, vice
president; Ben Barris, programm-
ing chairman; Ezra Wanetik and
Jeffrey Friedman, secretaries;
Ilana Rosnbaum, Lisa Dines,
Renny Barris, Seth Hits,ky, David
Hitsky and Dan Goldstein, board
members.
B'nai Moshe offers babysitting
and services every Shabbat be-
ginning at 10 a.m. for children of
members and non-members, in-
fants through 13 years.
Infants to 2 years old are cared
— for by Andrea Spillet. Story Hour,
ages 3-6, is led by adviser Betty
Elster. Children play, have
snacks, hear stories, and learn
prayers and songs. Junior Con-
gregation, ages 7-13, is led by
Mark Eichner. Children pray to-
gether and discuss the weekly
Torah portion. All children join
the main congregation at the end
of the service and lead the con-
greagation in Adon Olam.
The youth groups are open to
members and non-members on
the following levels: Ruach,
grades one-five, with adviser
Robin Pappas; Kadima, grades
six-eight, with adviser Nancy
Ankerman; and USY Chazon,
) grades nine-12, with adviser Yale
Cohen.
For information on the youth
programs, call Pearlena Bodzin,
youth commission chairman,
357-1157.

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$ 1 89 lb.
$ 1 19 lb.
$ 2 69 lb.

60-70 lbs.

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I.

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32B thru 38D

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FRIDAY Nov. 9 thru Nov. 15

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0 OFF

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OFF our regular catalog "discount prices"

D

etroit's original Industrial
Gift and Catalogue
Showroom since 1899 is
once again offering Retail
Courtesies at Wholesale Prices
to the public.

E.L.Rice
& Co.


is back
in business

Ownership and management is
the same as eight years ago,
which then boasted
showrooms in Detroit,
Southgate, Drayton Plains
and Phoenix, Ariz.

Visit our new showcase
(jewelry only) in Birmingham
and see why we are still "The

ENTIRE. FALL AND WINTER
COLLECTION OF DESIGNER
SHOES, BOOTS AND ACCESSORIES

From Italy and France

Available Exclusively at

JAMIE
MARX

Best Thing Since Wholesale"

• Stop in and pick up your
FREE catalogue

• Register for our FREE drawing
of a ladies and gents Seiko
watch.

E.L.Rwe & Co.

30400 Telegraph Rd.
Birmingham, MI 48010
Suite 104
Phone: 258-5757

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29504 Northwestern Southfield

10-12 lbs. 15-18 Lamb chops
Sliced and packaged for the freezer

All cut and freezer wrapped.

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(at reasonable prices)

OAK FARMS

MON. THRU SAT. 8 a.m.-9 p.m.

Friday, November 9, 1984

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HRS. DAILY
THURSDAY
SATURDAY

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