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September 27, 1985 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-27

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16 Friday, September 27, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

For The

UNBEATABLE DEAL
See
LARRY KAPLAN

518 E. FOURTH ST.
ROYAL OAK
547-6220

4111

CLOSE-UP

Novice's Succot

New Cars — Trucks — Used Cars — Leasing

EXERCISE

FOR MEN & WOMEN

0

ATTENTION

man

Continued from preceding page

John R. Lumber, 546-7552,
again offers instructions,
commonly-used materials, or
will custom-build a succah
within two days. Spitzer's also
sells a pre-fab succah from $325,
made with canvas and bamboo.)
Tisdale ended up purchasing
four-foot by eight-foot wooden
panels, two-by4our wooden slats
for the skeletal roof, and an
eight-foot strip to nail the suc-
cah to one side of the house.
That first year, friends and
family painted, cut out a door,
latched panels together and
marked each panel to facilitate
the following year's job. "Now I
just bring out the dismantled
succah and fit it together,"
David explains.
Putting up the succah is the
easy part. The next day, the
Tisdales throw themselves into
decorating, transforming the in-
side of their succah. Then bun-
dles of schach are stapled to the
walls and roof beams. Collected
wicker baskets of all sizes,
shapes and colors are distrib,
uted and hung on walls. Corn
stalks, gourds, pumpkins and
squash peek out of every corner
and announce the autumn har-
vest.
The Tisdale children, Rissa
and Jennifer, recycle New
Year's cards and string them

"THE UNBEATABLE DEALER"

' Southfield

28111 Telegraph Rd. & 1-696

(313) 355-1000

Across from Tel-12 Mall

THE MICHIGAN PSYCHOANALYTIC INSTITUTE

FIRST ANNUAL BENEFIT

presents

INDULGE!!!

SECOND CITY

(The Chicago Satirical Theater Group)

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1985, 8:00 P.M.

TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF WHILE WE
TAKE CARE OF YOUR CHILD

Afterglow following the performance

BABYSITTING AVAILABLE WHILE YOU
EXERCISE ($1.00/hr./child M-F A.M.)

SMITH THEATER, ORCHARD RIDGE CAMPUS
OAKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE (FARMINGTON)

PROGRAMS FOR EXERCISERS OF ANY
SHAPE, AGE, OR FITNESS LEVEL

A tax deductible contribution of $50.00 or more re-
serves two tickets to this performance.

Proceeds to support the low-fee Treatment Clinic, the
psychoanalytic library, and other community services of
the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute.

FIRST CLASS FREE WITH THIS AD
PLUS SPECIAL: 5 CLASSES $5.00

Please call 559-5855 to reserve your tickets. There is
limited seating available. If you are unable to attend the
benefit, your contributions are welcome.

M-F A.M. CLASSES ONLY

ARE you WEARING
ThE SAME Old EARRINqS

Manufacturer's Authorized Sale

Helpful
Sources

AGAIN?

M I KASA

To enhance your Succot
adventure and to gain insight
and information, the follow-
ing books are recommended
by Hillel Day School and
Cong. Beth Shalom librarian
Eleanor Smith.,
For children:
Miriam Schlein, Succot and
Simhat Torah, Berman
House; Judyth Saypol, My

Stainless Steel Flatware

Very Own Succot Book,

Kar-Ben; Malka Drucker,

Succot: A Time to Rejoice,

Holiday House; David Adler,

The. House on the Roof,

Bonim Books; Aliza Sevrin,

Holiday Tales of Sholom
Aleichem, selected and trans-

lated, Charles Scribners Sons;
Miriam Chaikin, Shake a

Palm Branch: The Story and
Meaning of Succot, Ticknor &

or' 'PP

60 PC. SET, COMPLETE SERVICE FOR 12

Four elegant patterns combining the best grade of stainless steel,
fine design and flawless craftsmanship at a very special price.
Choose Mikasa Water Lily, Verona,
Reg. $300.00*
Chappelle or Yamazaki Arrowsmith. Each
of the 12 five-piece place settings includes
dinner knife, dinner fork, salad fork,
teaspoon and soup spoon.
99 95

L writ Tolls

See our expanded line of custom jewelry, name brand watches,
fine crystal and accessories. All merchandise is offered
at outstanding discount prices. All sales can be
exchanged or refunded.

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The Gold Place is Your Gift Place

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'Mfg. Sug. Ref. Price

Fields /Houghton Mifflin.
For adults:
Siegel, Strassfeld, The
Jewish Catalog, Jewish Pub-
lication Society of America;
Phillip Goodman, The Succot
Simhat Torah Anthology JPS;
Arthur Waskow, A Celebra-

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Parents and grandparents
might also be interested in
subscribing their children to
Home Start, a program out of
New York that delivers a
special package of holiday
stories and materials just be-
fore each holiday. Home
Start, Behrman House, Inc.,
1261 BrOadway, N.Y. 10001.

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