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August 09, 1985 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-09

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34 Friday, August 9, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CUSTOM HAND KNIT SWEATERS

Special Memberships

Call Linda Newman
851.2273

MIL

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Plane Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

Looking for quality Jewish education for your child?

For Singles And Young Marrieds
IncludesHigh Holiday Seating

13'NA1 DAVID

24350 Southfield Rood
For Information Call Synagogue

Our staff is composed of experienced and dedi-
cated teachers and our small student to teacher
ratio allows for individualized attention and ac-
celerated progress.

557-8210

Ask your friends and neighbors about us! Our
reputation is our best advertisement.

Dais Chabad Torah Center

Rabbi Elimelich Silberberg
626-1807

CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

In the
MAIN SANCTUARY
Will Be Conducted by

RABBI MILTON ARM
and
CANTOR MAX SHIMANSKY

Membership Available

AUXILIARY
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

Auxiliary Social Hall

BLOOM'S KOSHER

CARRY-OUT & CATERING

IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR

KOSHER CARRY-OUT FOODS

Will Soon Be Available At

HARVARD ROW MEAT MARKET

IN HARVARD ROW MALL, 11 Mile & Lohser

— Fresh Food Daily —
• Appetizers • Entrees • Side Dishes • Etc.

COMPLETE CATERING IN YOUR HOME, CLUBHOUSE OR SYNAGOGUE

TRY OUR DELI, PARTY & DAIRY TRAYS

Under Supervision Council of Orthodox Rabbis
24711 Coolidge Hwy.
Oak Park

546-5444

Temple Emantal

A VIBRANT PROGRESSIVE
CONGREGATION IS
ACCEPTING MEMBERSHIP APPUCATIONS
FOR THE COMING YEAR — 1985-1986

RABBI BENJAMIN H. GORREUCK

Attend Our Prospective Member Shabbat Aug. 23, 1:45 p.m.

DAVID ARM WILL CHANT MUSAF SERVICES
Tickets $70.00

SYNAGOGUE COUNCIL
OPEN HOUSE SUN., AUG. 25, 2 - 5 pm

Will Officiate
And

LaMED AUDITORIUM

at United Hebrew School
Rohlik Building

RABBI HERBERT ESKIN
And
CANTOR BARRY ULRYCH

Will Officiate

Tickets $50.00

ONE DRY A WEEK INDEPENDENT HEBREW SCHOOL
REUGIOUS SCHOOL • ACADEMY FOR ADULTS • SPEAKERS •
TORAH STUDY GROUPS • BOOK REVIEWS • CHOIR • YOUTH
GROUP • JUNIOR YOUTH GROUP • YOUTH CHOIR • COUPLES
CLUB • BROTHERHOOD • SISTERHOOD • OUTDOOR SUMMER
SERVICES • NURSERY SCHOOL

ASK ABOUT OUR YOUNG ADULT MEMBERSHIP

CALL 961-4020 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

Tempre- Emariii-E1

Tickets available at:

14450 West Ten Mile Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR
INQUIRIES CONCERNING
MEMBERSHIP AND SEATING
CALL SYNAGOGUE OFFICE

Lane B. Steinger - Rabbi
Norman Ross - Cantor
Dr. Milton Rosenbaum - Rabbi Emeritus
Dr. Margaret fishnet •
Director of Education & Youth Activities
Jeffrey Mosoff - President

21100 WEST 12 MILE RD.
SOUTHFIED,
L MICHIGAN

352-8670

Installation Set
At B'nai David

Congregation

We are proud to offer a full afternoon school
program for children K-thru High School.

Our High School Program is especially geared to
your child's schedule.

SYNAGOGUE

Philip Bolton

Philip Bolton will be installed
for a second term as president of
Cong. B'nai David at services on
Aug. • 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the
synagogue.
Other officers to be installed
are: Fred Ferber, first vice
president; Nick Gonte, second
vice president; William Icikson,
third vice president; Herman
Yagoda, treasurer; Aaron
Katzman, secretary; Saul Chud-
now, financial secretary.
Board members to be installed
include: Irving Abramson, Ale-
xander Blumenberg, Helen
Brown, Marvin Canner, Arthur
Chaims, Harold Dean, Daniel
Freedland, David Freedman,
Simeon Freedman, Herman
Gorman, Morton Granat,
Samuel Havis, Neil Kalef, Ed-
ward Levin, Wayne Lusky,
Leonard Nagel, Sanford Nichol-
son, Dr. Joe Orent, Harold
Podolsky, Dr. Jay Richman,
Allen Rosenfeld, Monte Schloss,
Louis Seligman, Joel Shere,
Marc Shulman, George Vine,
Hershell Wais, Lawrence
Warsh, Aron Weinstein and Dr.
Michael Weishaus.
The board also includes: hon-
orary members Irving Belinsky,
Gustav Berenholz, Morris
Brandwine, Hyman Cohen, Ar-
thur Cole, Morris Fishman,
Harry Koltonow, Jack Kraiz-
man, Mike Must, Melville
Richman, Charles Shere, Jerry
Soble, Max Sosin, Lawrence
Traison and Alan Weiner.
Sosin and Rabbi Morton F.
Yolkut will be the installing
officers. An Oneg Shabbat in
honor of the officers and board
members will follow in the
Rotenberg Social Hall im-
mediately following the service.
The public is invited.

Troy Congregation
Has Open House

Troy Jewish Congregation
will have an open house swim
'party and picnic Sunday, begin-
ning at 11 a.m., at the home of
Phyllis and Paul Wenig, 6159
Atkins, Troy. Only persons who
have made advance reservations
will be admitted to th'e party.
Rain date is Aug. 18.
The party is open to anyone
interested in learning more
about the Troy Jewish Congre-
gation. Prospective members are
invited. For directions and in-
formation, call Iry Wengrow,
549-2133; or Bruce Turbow,
652-4424.

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