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November 22, 1985 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday. November.22, 1985

LOCAL NEWS

The

Clothes Pin

ON THE BOARDWALK

Sherwin Wine
To Address Women

6889 Orchard Lake Rd. S. of Maple

626-5555

Ladies Sportswear
That Compliments
Your Lifestyle

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the

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GGUE

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Come and let us remove your unwanted hair problem and-improve your appearance.

Near 12 Mile Rd. bet. Evergreen & Southfield

559-1969

Rabbi Sherwin Wine

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division "First
Monday Group" fall series con-
cludes with its third program.
"Religious Fundamentaligm" at
8:45 a.m. Dec. 2, at the main
United Hebrew Schools build-
ing.
Rabbi Sherwin Wine, founder
of the Birmingham Temple, will
lead the discussion.
Under Wine's direction, the
Birmingham Temple became the
first congregation in the country
to adopt the philosophy of
Humanistic Judaism.
Founder of the Society for
Humanistic Judaism, Wine has
seen the society grow to include
15 humanistic groups through-
out North America.
The "First Monday Group" is
organized by the social aware-
ness committee of the Women's
Division. The program brings
together women who wish to
share ideas on issues of per-
sonal, community and a na-
tional concern. A light breakfast
will be served.
Helen Shevin is chairman of
the social awareness committee;
Beverly Baker is associate
chairman. There is no charge for
the meeting, but reservations
are required. For information,
call the Women's Division, 965-
3939.

Ethnic Dinners
At Beth Achim

Cong. Beth Achim, in conjunc-
tion with its resident caterer,

Sperber's Kosher Catering, will
hold the first of a series of
ethnic dinners on Dec. 5.
The first dinner will feature
Chinese food. Two main courses
will be available: Sweet and
Sour Chicken or Pepper Steak.
The dinner will consist of egg
roll, main course, brown rice,
stir-fry vegetables, beverage and
dessert.
An alternative children's
dinner (hot dog on bun with
potato chips), will be available
at a reduced fee.
There will be two seatings at
Wasserman Hall: 6:15 p.m. and
7 p.m. Pre-paid reservations
must be received at the
synagogue office by Dec. 1.
Specify selection of main course
and dinner seating when mak-
ing reservationse.
For information, call the
synagogue, 352-8670.

Appt. OnlyAsk For Shirlee or Debby.

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
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First Ethnic Dinner
Chinese

Thursday, December 4, 1985

Choice of Two Main Courses:

Sweet & Sour Chicken or Pepper Steak

Dinner Includes: Egg Roll, Brown Rice, Stir-Fry
Vegetables, Beverage & Dessert

Two Seatings: 6:15 P.M. & 7:00 P.M.

Price: Adults - $10.00
5.50
Children -
(12 & Under)
Hot Dog on bun & potato chips 2.50

Prepaid Reservations required: Please specify choice of
Main course and seating.
Reservations must be received by the synagogue office
by Sunday, December 1, 1985

352-8670

JUST IN TIME FOR HANUKAH!

TRADITIONAL CANTORIAL MUSIC

AS SUNG AND
RECORDED BY

29594 Orchard Lk. Rd.
Farmington Hills
Michigan 48018
626-3042

CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM
AND SPERDER'S KOSHER CATERING

21110 W. Twelve Mile
Smithfield, MI 48076

855-1730

In the Broadway Plaza

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we've got them all
NEEDLEPOINT CANVASSES 30% OFF

- Mon.-Wed.
Fri. & Sat. 10-6,
Thurs. til 8 p.m.

CANTOR HYMAN I. ADLER

Cantor Hyman J. Adler

accompanied by
the B'nai David
Synagogue Choir,
under the direction
of Mr. Eugene Zweig.

These professional recordings consist of a two volume
set of high quality tapes in stereo, and encompass
SABBATH, FESTIVAL & HIGH HOLIDAY prayers as
rendered by Cantor Adler during his 39 years "Shtadt
Chazen" of Detroit.

-

Treat yourself, your family and friends to almost two
hours of listening pleasure and solve your problem of
Hanukah gifts at the same time.

Total proceeds of the sale of these recordngs are for
the benefit of Congregation B'nai David and are tax
deductible.

Please mail me
tapes, at $25.00 per set.

My check for
livery.

set(s) of CANTORIAL MUSIC cassette

is enclosed. Please allow one week for de-

Name

Address

City

State

Zip

Mail to: B'nai David, 24350 Southfield Rd., Southfield, MI 48075.
Attn: Muic Retention Committee, or phone the Synagogue Office
at (313) 557-8210.

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