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May 17, 1985 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 17, 1985

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AQUA SPA & POOL COMPANY

DOWN EAST ACRYLIC

SPAS • HOT TUBS • POOLS

352-6511

SPECIAL SERVICES INCLUDE:







Associated Podiatrists, P.C.

Ron Rice, Ph.D.
Natalie Rice, M.A.

Agoraphobia: Pathways to Recovery
Divorce Counseling
Sexual Therapy Program
Career Counseling
School Problems

626-2056

c)

32910 W. 12 Mile
Farmington Hills

For Summer

SUNROOFS

Dr, Mathew Borovoy
Dr, Linda Kaplan
Dr. William Hunter
Announce The Opening Of Their
Northwest Suburbs Office

Astra-View Deluxe 15" x 30"

Installed $1
Most Cars

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6995

T RH

Puritan Auto Service
Centers is now offering
pre-season savings on the
Astra-View Deluxe Sunroof.
Add a touch of sports car
jauntiness to any domestic
or foreign vehicle
Available in black baked
enamel finish with solar
cool reflective glass.

THE FRANKLIN MEDICAL BUILDING

26206 West Twelve Mile Rood
Suite 200, Southfield

12 Mile

■ Tel-12.

NORTHWEST OFFICE
356-5730

Tenor To Entertain
At Women's Lunch

Pre-Season Special

FOOT SPECIALISTS •FOOT SURGEONS

CD
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53;

Hours by Appointment i

5--

PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES

Puritan Auto Can Get You Ready

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FOR WOMEN

INDIVIDUAL, FAMILY AND MARITAL COUNSELING

Large Selections — Many Unique Varieties
Personalized Creative Service

Free Estimates -

humanistic
resources

OAK PARK OFFICE
548-6717

Pick-Up Owners!

Tinted Glass

Passport Windows

$ 4 9 95

(Installation Available)

Offer Expires May 31st

Puritan Auto Service Center

31128 W. 8 Mile, between Middlebelt & Merriman
478-5050 • Mon.-Fri. 8-5; Sat. 8-1p.m.

"Heard it
thru the
Grapevine"

"A Motown Revue"

Ed Kingins

The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
El will hold its annual installa-
tion luncheon on Monday at noon
in the temple.
Guest soloist will be Ed Kin- 5
gins, a tenor who has been with'
the Temple Beth El Choir for 20
years. Kingins has appeared in
operas, concerts and oratorios.
He was educated at the Ameri-
can Conservatory of Music,
Heidelberg College and Wayne
State University. Most ,of his , '
vocal study was with Avery Crew;
he also has studied with Maude
Taylor Childs, Edison Harris,
Barre Hill and Ferris Ohl. He was
the recipient of the Martha Baird
Rockerfeller Award and has
studied with Boris Goldovsky.
A former Belle Isle Auditions . .)
winner, Kingins has appeared as
soloist on numerous occasions
with the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra, the Detroit Chamber Or-
chestra, the Detroit Concert Band
and the Buffalo Philharmonic. In
addition, he has appeared with
the Flint Symphony, the Saginaw
Symphony, the Kalamazoo Sym-
phony, the Scandinavian Sym- c-
phony and the Niagara Philhar-
monic.
For reservations, call Selma
Goldstone, 546-7779; Shirley
Burnett, 626-8078; or Shirley
Hirsch, 352-0723.
There is a charge. Guests are
invited.

Sponsored By

Community Network for Jewish Singles and B'nai B'rith Singles

(21 to 35)

Organized by Wendy Freedman

WE SPECIALIZE IN
THE FINEST QUALITIES
AT THE LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRICES.
WE HAVE EVERY SIZE
AND LENGTH AVAILABLE
AT A PRICE TO
SUIT EVERYONE.

May 18th

9:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m.

Maple/Drake Building, Jewish Community Center
6600 West Maple • West Bloomfield

THE FINEST EXPRESSIONS OF LOVE COME FROM

LAWRENCE M. ALLAN
President
NORMAN ALLAN
Founder/Consultant

GEMOLOGIST/DIAMONTOLOGIST

Established 1919

Fine Jewelers

30400 Telegraph Rd.
Birmingham, Ml 48010
Suite 134

Phone: 642-5575

AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
IN GRADING & EVALUATION

All the Hits of Yesteryear

Daily
Thurs.
Sat.

10-5:30
10-8:30
10-5:00

. . . phis . . .
• Dance Contests including: Limbo, Twist, Hand Jive,
and more.
A
Free Drink

• Your chance to become a STAR . . . Putting on the HITS!
Lip-synch contest of your favorite Motown groups. Auditions
held on May 13th at the Maple/Drake J.C.C. at 7:30

A SHOWING OF "The Big Chill" and "American Hot Wax"

Admission $5.00
Call 651-1000, ext. 219
for more information

Federation Women
Shout, Batter Up!

An original production of Dem
Ladees (a spoof ofDamn. Yankees)
will highlight the 39th annual
meeting of the Jewish Welfare
Federation Women's Division at/
11:45 a.m. May 30 at Cong.-
Shaarey Zedek.
Written and directed by Esther
Jones, Evelyn Kasle, Renee
Mahler and Melba Winer, the skit
will feature the Women's Division
All Stars.
All contributors to the 1985 Al
lied Jewish Campaign through
the Women's Division are invited.
Election and installation of offi-
cers will take place, with outgoing
President Ellen Labes presiding.
Federation President Joel D.
Tauber will deliver greetings
from Federation.
Paid reservations must be made
by Wednesday. For information,
contact Federation Women's Di-
vision, 965-3939.

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