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September 06, 1985 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 6, 1985

LOCAL NEWS

Interfaith Event
Monday At Beth El

Sensuous Lingerie
Coming Sept. Gth

pak.

Specialists in
Nteesiej
Put Deihl

546-6200
ERADICO PEST CONTROL

Flea Market

1030 WOODWARD HGTS.

Telegraph & Dixie Hwy.

FERNDALE, MICH. 48220

• PROFESSIONAL, QUALITY SEM ICE FOR HOME,
APARTMENT AND INDUSTRY
• SERVICING SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN FOR 50 YEARS
IN ALL PHASES OF PEST CONTROL

LOVE-A-BUY BOOTH

Against the wall near the back
FREE Gift For First 100 Sales

FREE ESTIMATES

REASONABLE RATES

Ceresnie & Offen Furs Presents Their

Rev. Pawlikowksi

Rev. John T. Pawlikowski,
OSM, a member of the U.S.
- Holocaust Memorial Council,
will be the featured speaker at
the fourth annual observance of
the 1939 Nazi invasion of Po-
land, to be held at 7:30 p.m.
Monday at Temple Beth El.
This joint Polish-Jewish-
Ukrainian observance honoring
the victims of the oppression un-
leashed by the Nazi invasion of
Poland in 1939 was originated
by the local Jewish-American/
Polish-American Dialogue and
is sponsored by the American
Jewish Committee, Detroit
Chapter; Polish American Con-
gress, Michigan Division; and
Ukrainian American Coordinat-
ing Council, Metropolitan De-
troit Branch; in cooperation
with the Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan Detroit
and St. Mary's College of Or-
chard Lake.
Fr. Pawlikowski, professor of
social ethics at the Catholic
Theological Union, University of
Chicago, will speak on "Freedom
and Dignity: A Shared Respon-
sibility." The author of several
books on the subject of
Christian-Jewish relations, Fr.
Pawlikowski is a member of the
National Polish-Jewish
Dialogue. He was appointed to
the U.S. Holocaust Memorial
Council in 1980 by President
Carter.
The program will be taped
and aired later over Radio Free
Europe.
Moderating the program will
be Michael J. Berezowsky, assis-
tant prosecuting attorney for
Calhoun County and representa-
tive of the Ukrainian commu-
nity. A candle-lighting cere-
mony, featuring youth from the
Polish, Jewish and Ukrainian
communities, will follow,
presided over by Rosemary
Kozielski Wolock, attorney and
member of the National
Polish-American/Jewish-American
Task Force.
Rabbi Dannel Schwartz,
senior rabbi at Temple Beth El,
will give the invocation, and Dr.
Pawlikowski will be introduced
by Leon Cohan president,
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit. The bene-
diction will be given by the
Very Rev. Joseph Shary, pastor,
St. John's Ukrainian Catholic
Church, Detroit.
Admission is free, and the
public is imVited.

Eighth Annual..
Under the...Urt.t

in the Parking Lot Sale •

.

.

Thursday, Friday & Saturday Only

September 5, 6, & 7

A Partial List of our
Exceptional Values:

Regulai

Sale

$ 595

'250

$ 695

'295

$ 1 595

$695

$2600

'1195

$3500

'1495

Natural Raccoon
Sections Jackets
Brightner Added
Blue Fox Jackets
Natural Mink
Corduroy Cut Jackets
Natural Blue Fox
Coats
Dye Added
Ranch Mink Jackets

Regular

Natural Long-Hair
Beaver. Coats
$3500
Dye Added Let-Out
Ranch Mink Coats
$5000
Natural Coyote
Coats
$5000
Let-Out Silver Raccoon
Coats, Brightner Added
$5000
Natural Let-Out Mink Coats, Available
in Lunaraine and Autumn Haze

Sale
$ 1495

*1995

$

1995

$ 1995

'5500 '2495

All furs labeled to show country of origin.

While quantities last.

181 S. Woodward Ave., 1 Blk.

6

VI

South of Maple, Next to the
Birmingham Theatre

642-1. 690

Fine Furs for Sophisticsteclia

Special Sale Hours:

9:30.9:00 All 3 Nights
September 5, 6, & 7

All Major Credit Cards Accepted

& Gentlemen of Distincdon,

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