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December 20, 1985 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-20

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Friday, December 20, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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CARS FOR RENT

LOW RATES

NO MILEAGE CHARGE

DIRECT INSURANCE BILLING
DAY—WEEK---MONTH

—OPEN 7 DAYS

Diana Silberstein

645-5278














It's Delightful
It's Delovely!
It's

FRANKIE PAUL

AND HIS MUSIC

Solos, Combos or Orchestra

this business for
a Long Time .:.

BIRTHS

Elegant Large Size
Fashion Clothing

Sizes 16 to 46

the business of
making your most
important memories
Last Forever.

Always 20% Off

31045 Orchard Lake Rd. at 14 Mile
Loehmann's Hunters Square
855 0767
Farm. Hills

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VIDEOS for
WEDDINGS
BAR /BAT MITZVAHS
SPECIAL SOCIAL
EVENTS









557-7986

MORE
WOMAN

■ We've been in

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THE JEWISH CONNECTION

A Rewarding Service For
• Single
• Divorced
• Widowed
MEN AND WOMEN O
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— ALL AGES —
Call (313) 967-1034

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979-9232

. NEW YEAR'S EVE
OVERNIGHT PARTY



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Write P.O. Box 2514
Southfield, MI 48037-2514

FREE
INTERVIEW

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AFFORDABLE
MEMBERSHIP

From $35 - includes a
late supper & complete breakfast

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just for kids

HAVE YOUR NEXT BIRTHDAY PARTY AT

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MY PLACE

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3610 W. Maple (at Lahser) next to A&P
Hours: M-TH 8-10 PM, FRI. 8-1 AM
SAT. 9-1 AM, SUN. 12-8 PM
out Certificates! 540-5702

YOUR

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a traveling
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picked gifts for babies, kids, pre-
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and receive a FREE GIFT
We do
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Come explore our store for gifts featuring custom art
designs painted in full view, for you, as you wait. Gifts to
excite and deliaht . . . only at Signatures in Michigan .

SUGAR TREE SQUARE • 6241 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD, NORTH OF MAPLE • 851-1022

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It Starts Now!

30-40% Discount

On selected Wool Yarns, Mohairs,
and Pattern Books.

Take Advantage of our Fall & Winter

PRE-INVENTORY CLEARANCE

Terrific Savings for Holiday Gifts
and your own knitting needs.
It all ends Tuesday, December 24th

CLOSED FOR INVENTORY
Thursday, December 26th

Current Purchases Only

Yarns
Instructions
Handcrafte
Sweaters

ROCRELIE IMBER'S

No Layaways

Original
Designs
Finishing

Mon -Sat

10-5

Orchard Mall • West BI i omfield • 855-2114

Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman
542 - 4444
Cantor S. Greenbaum
855-0628
Reb. Hersh! Roth
557-0888
Cantor Sidney Rube
358-1426
Rabbi S. Zachariash
557-9666

Right in Your
Own Driveway!

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-UP

MAN

Certified by the National
Automotive Institute of Excellence

Comes to your home or office with
the garage-on-wheels
Valet service that doesn't
cost one penny extra

• Expert diagnostic tune-up
• Electronic analyzer - all engine
systems
• Professionally trained
mechanics
• Perfect results assured

Expanded Services
Call Sanford Rosenberg
for your car problems

398-3605

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DEC. 14 — Mr. and Mrs. Ste-
ven Harelik of Oak Park are
happy to announce the birth of
their son, Bradley David,
brother to Christopher Allen.
Proud grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. William Harelik of South-
field and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Lilley of Colorado Springs, Colo.
Bradley is named in loving
memory of his great-grandfather
Mr. David Richman.
DEC. 9 — Mitchell and Elaine
(Feldman) Wolf of West Bloom-
field are delighted to announce
the birth of their son, Michael
Adam, brother to Evan. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Irving B. Feldman of Southfield'
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolf of
West Bloomfield.
DEC. 5 — Ronald and Marcia
(Spoon) Grant of Oak Park hap-
pily announce the birth of their
son, Jordan Lee, brother to Jus-
tin Scott. Proud grandparents
are Jeannine and Herb Spoon
and Evelyn and Lou Grant.
Proud great-grandmother is
Rose Spoon. Jordan is named in
loving memory of his maternal
great-grandfather Mr. Louis
Snyder and his paternal great-
grandmother Rachel Bacow.
DEC. 2 — Cindy (Johnson) and
Michael Falkoff of Rochester
N.Y., joyfully announce the
birth of their daughter, Lauren
Elaine. The proud grandparents
are Robert and Nancy Johnson
of West Bloomfield and Harry
and Sophie Falkoff of Southfield.

NOV. 13 — Barry and Marcia
(Blair) Fagan of Oak Park pro-
udly announce the birth of their
son, Jeffrey Ryan. Proud grand-
parents are Karl and Paula
Blair of Southfield and Rodney
and Lois Fagan of Oak Park.
Jeffrey Ryan is named in loving
memory of his maternal great-
grandfather Mr. David Lichtens-
tein and his paternal great-
grandfather Mr. David Fagan.
NOV. 12 — Joey and Shelli
(Berin) Gitler of Southfield are
very happy to announce the
birth of their son, Jason Samuel,
brother to Scott Michael. The
proud grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Berin of Southfield
and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Gi-
tler of Tamarac, Fla. Jason is
named in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandmother
Sadie Berin.
NOV. 2 — Arnee R. and former
Detroiter Walter A. Winshall of
Weston, Mass., are pleased to
announce the birth of their
daughter Sarah Gail. Grand-
parents are Ella and Jerome
Bloom of Waban, Mass., and
former Detroiter Mrs. Rae Win-
shall of Weston.
OCT. 20 — Mr. and Mrs.
Shlomo (Leslie) Fredson, former
Detroiters of Bnei Brak, Israel,
announce the birth of their son,
Aharon David, brother to Moshe
Yaacov, Saiah Malkah and
Yehudah Aryeh Yitschak. Proud
grandparents are Mrs. Louis
Jonas of Detroit and Mr. and
Mrs. George Fredson of Bloom-
field Hills.
SEPT. 15 — Andrea (Falkoff)

and Marty Singer of Fair Ha-
ven, N.J., joyfully announce the
birth of Daniel Seth, brother to
Joshua Aaron. The proud
grandparents are Simon and
Amy Singer of Oak Park and
Harry and Sophie Falkoff of
Southfield.

SINGLES

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES in-
vites Jewish singles to its an-
nual winter party at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the main Jewish
community Center. Piano music
will be featured until 9 p.m.,
when there will be music for
dancing. Refreshments will be
available. There is an admission
charge. For information, call Jill
Cole at the Center, 661-1000,
ext. 219.
Chai Singles Skiers will go
downhill skiing at Alpine Valley
Wednesday, meeting at noon at
the main Jewish Center. A New
Year ski trip is planned for Dec.
28-Jan. 1 at Blue Mountain,
Ont. For details, call Ms. Cole.

BNEI AKIVA Galil Detroit will
hold several aliyah conferences
for high school graduates who
are interested in moving to Is-
rael. This weekend a meeting
will be held at the Young Israel
of Forest Hills for 1982
graduates.
For information, call David
Mandelbaum, 542-7736.

Travel Aid To Deaf
Offered By Delta

Atlanta, Ga. — Delta Air
Lines now offers a toll-free tele-
phone number to provide reser-
vations and information service
to hearing impaired individuals
who have telecommunications
devices for the deaf in their
homes or offices.
The toll-free numbers are
(800) 831-4488 nationwide and
(800) 672-8530 in Georgia. The
numbers will soon be published
in telephone directories for the
hearing impaired.
Using the toll-free telephone
numbers, passengers may con-
tact Delta concerning reserva-
tions or flight information. De-
lta's television commercials
have featured closed captions
since early 1985.

Ruins With
A View

Jerusalem — The City of
David Archaeological Garden
and tunnel known as "Warren's
Shaft" (Jerusalem's subterra-
nean water system built by Bi-
blical Kings), is now open to the
public. The excavated area in-
cludes ruins from the 6th and
7th Centuries BCE and Canaan-
ite Walls from this period.
Visitors to Warren's Shaft can
observe a model of the water
system, a display of items exa-
vated at the site, as well as view
a color picture presentation.

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