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September 06, 1985 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-06

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Friday, September 6, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CORT
CLEARANCE CENTER

Furniture Rental

28720 NORTHWESTERN HWY. SOUTHFIELD, MI
(313) 358-4303

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MI =IMES EOM= "

W.I.

bruce m. weiss

Southeast corner Northwestern
Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
Thurs. 10-8:30

.,

♦♦♦

SUEDE KIPPOT

PERSONALIZED

Styles for Men & Boys - $12.00

I
Mail Order (include check, size, Lge. or Small, and
Ika name to be printed, specify English or Hebrowl

VERTICAL
BLINDS

For All Windows & Iloorwalls!

50 to %

OFF!

Iris Mandel 3725 Severn Rd.

Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118

or phone (2161 932-8633
• •=mumua....

SALE! 1 WEEK ONLY'

OVER
200 STYLES!

CONGREGATION

B'NAI ISRAEL BETH YEHUDA

. 15400 West Ten Mile Road
Oak Park

1

FINEST QUALITY! Choose from a huge
selection of styles, colors & materials.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!

Custom Made!

FREE ESTIMATES

In Your Home!

FREE

INSTALLATION

A VERY HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS

29215 Southfield Rd.

FARMINGTON HILLS

9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m

and

31205 Orchard Lake Rd.

STERLING HEIGHTS

42354 Van Dyke Ave.

Meyer Levin, President

All Officers

STIMULA ION ENRICHMENT

LEARN! G FOUNDATIONS

(SELF)

An Educational Program Offering Jewish
Concepts In A Friendy, Creative, Learning
Environment.

FOR CHILDREN, AGED 4 9,

-

Without Regard To Prior Hebrew Education

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on orders over 9200

SOUTHFIELD

Tickets Available from

Rabbi Yoel Sperka

855.6972

739-2130

C._%r 135 Years,
Temple Beth El
has stood as
the symbol of
Reform Judaism
hi Metropolitan
Detroit.
This year, make
Temple Beth El
a part of your
family's future.

Two Locations

West Bloomfield
Southfield
in the
at
Centaur-Racquet Club
Congregation B'nai David
For Enrollment Information

557-8210

Temple Beth El

SELF - Learning Traditional Values
Using Non-Traditional Means



Ted Hochberg

Harold M. Taub, president of
the Windsor Jewish Community
Council, announced the ap-
pointment of Ted J. Hochberg as
chairman of the 1985 United
Jewish Appeal Campaign. Join-
ing Hochberg will be Mel Muroff
and Howard Sherman as Co
Chairmen.
Hochberg was born in Detroit
and moved to Windsor in 1941.
He attended Assumption Uni-
versity where he received a B.A.
degree. He received his LLB
from Osgoode Hall and was
called to the bar in 1962. He is
the senior partner of Hochberg,
Slopen. He was appointed
Queen's Counsel in 1975.
Hochberg is the founding
president of Credit Counselling

559-4668

Sunday Mornings, Beginning September 29

Please Contact B'nai David

Three Head Windsor Drive

353-1424

:Hand-Painted

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LOCAL NEWS

Jewelers
26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

Birmingham, Michigan
851-1100

He is the secretary and fund-
raising chairman for the Essex
County Crime Stoppers Associa-
tion.
Sherman was born in Hamil-
ton, Ont. He attended Hamilton
public schools and was
graduated from the University
of Akron in Ohio with a B.S.C.
degree in business. He is the
general manager of J. Kovinsky
and Sons Limited. He has been
active in B'nai B'rith, being a
trustee of the Hamilton Lodge,
was a member of the Cong.
Shaar Hashomayim board of di-
rectors from 1981 to 1984 and
has been a member of the

Howard Sherman

Windsor Jewish Community
Council board of directors since
1979.
He is co-chairman of the
Jewish Community , Centre
Youth Activities Committee. He
has been a member of the
United Israel Appeal Ontario
Regional Executive since 1983.

JPI Classes
Will Begin Sunday

ol

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Melvin Muroff

Services of Metropolitan
Windsor and present board
member; he is past president of
the Ontario Association of Cre-
dit Counselling Services. He is
past president of the Better
Business Bureau of Windsor and
District, and former member of
the board of directors of Windsor
Chamber of Commerce and
former Chairman of its Con-
sumer Business Committee.
He is a member of the board
of governors of United Way of
Windsor and Essex County and
a member of the board of gover-
nors of Metropolitan Hospital of
Windsor. He also is a past
president of Cong. Beth El,
Windsor. He is secretary of the
Windsor Jewish Community
Council.
Muroff is a graduate of Ken-
nedy Collegiate. He attended
the University of Windsor where
he received his B.A. degree and
received his LLB from the Uni-
versity of Toronto in 1967. He
passed the bar exam with hon-
ors in 1969. He has been in the
practice of law in Windsor for 16
years in the field of commercial'
and corporate law.
He is the vice president of the
Windsor Chamber of Commerce
and active in the Downtown
Windsor Business Association.

.

The Jewish Parents Institute
begins its 1985-1986 educational
programs for children on Sun-
day. Opening day activities, in-
cluding organizational meetings
for parents, will be held in
Room 239 of the main Jewish
Community Center.
This year's Sunday school cur-
riculum includes holidays and
symbols, Bible stories and Bibli-
cal history, Jews around the
world, American Jewish His-
tory, Jewish life cycle, anti-
Semitism and the Holocaust,
and modern Jewish history.
Children age 3-13 are eligible to
attend.
J.P.I.'s b'nai mitzvah program
is beginning its second year.
This optional program includes
the study of Talmud and Torah
in English, selected literature, a
comprehensive research project,
and a 30-hour community serv-
ice commitment.
Membership applications will
be taken on Sunday at the J.P.I.
office at the main Jewish Cen-
ter.

Wins DVM Degree

Stuart A. Meyers, son of Lil-
lian and Leonard Meyers of
West Bloomfield, earned a Doc-
tor of Veterinary Medicine de-
gree at Michigan State Univer-
sity. He will practice in Hyde
Park, Vt.

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