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April 11, 1986 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-11

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72 Friday, April 11, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

"Where You, Come First"

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BUSINESS

Kosins

-401 (.1- mt

Uptown

Of Harvard Row

Southfield Rd. at
111/2 Mile • 559-3900

Designers of Fine Furs
Complete Fur Service
11 MILE & LAHSER

Big & Tall

Southfield at
101/2 Mile • 569-6930

Phone: 358-0850

TAMARA INSTITUTE DE
BEAUTE offers two specials for
Mother's Day: a day of pamper-
ing and the Mother/Daughter
Champagne Treat. For details,
call Tamara, 855-0474.

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

DR. JON H. BLUM, der-
matologist, will conduct free
skin cancer screening at
Health-O-Rama, at Mercy Cen-
ter on Wednesday from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m.

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545-5490
2949 W. 12 MILE

26571 West Twelve Mile Road at Northwestern Hwy.

352-7030

Closed Mondays

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Baron Jaquab de Herzog

California Selection

FIDELITY BANK OF
SOUTHFIELD opened its
newest branch at 4000 Town
Center, Southfield. Hours are:
Monday through Thursday, 8:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; 8:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. on Friday.

NORTHLAND CENTER will
have an ethnic festival at 7:30
p.m. April 20 at the shopping
center. The festival will benefit
the International Institute of
Metropolitan Detroit. For ticket
information, call the Interna-
tional Institute, 871-8600.

LEGAL SECRETARIAL
SERVICES has been opened by
Marilyn J. Duman and Jo A.
Nakoneczny at 1111 S. Wood-
ward, Suite 215, Royal Oak,
541-1310. Services offered are
typing, stenography, cassette
transcription and related cleri-
cal duties.

WOODLAND MEDICAL
CENTER will have a class on

The respected name of
Baron Jaquab de Herzog
has been built by eight
generations of wine makers
From the ancient vineyards
of Central Europe this
illustrious family has now
brought their superb wine
making traditions to
the United States.

Lying directly to the north
of San Francisco, Sonoma
County produces some of
the finest wines in California.

Declared to be an
excellent to outstanding
vintage by The California
Wine Institute.

These wines, chosen
specially from the superior

vineyards of California,
are prized throughout the
world for their quality
and style.

The Herzog Family Crest
is a symbol of unique and
distinctive quality. It is your
sign of excellence.

This delightfully fresh wine
is a charming example of
the California "blush" style.
Its soft mouth feel and zesty
fruitiness make it an excel-
lent choice to serve as an
aperitif as well as a fine
complement to light meals.

Pale, fresh and fruity, this popular varietal
has considerable finesse. It may be served
as an aperitif, with hors d'oeuvres or as a
companion to light meals.

CABERNET SAUVIGNON

Traditionally styled with a velvety smooth
finish and complex aroma of blackberry
and cassis, this Cabernet is a perfect
partner for fine cuts of red meat.
Available 1987.

CHARDONNAY

This elegant Chardonnay is a superb
example of the Herzog style. Firm yet
delicate, this wine has a tantalizing
aroma, with subtle hints of fig and sage.
Its clean crispness makes it attractive
served as an aperitif and as a fine
accompaniment for poultry dishes.

©Kosher for Passover.

Baron Herzog Wine Cellars Ca, Asti, California

ABCARE, INC., home health
care agency, has opened new
offices at 28237 Orchard Lake
Rd., Suite 100, Farmington
Hills, 553-8910, announces
President and administrator
Rita Rubin. Abcare offers pri-
vate duty nursing in homes and
hospitals, specializing in the
care of the closed-head injured.

WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL
REAL ESTATE ASSOCIA-
TION will sponsor a talk on
time management by Bill Bar-
rett, senior vice president for
Real Estate One, at 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday at Jacques. For reser-
vations, call Sue Harrison, 363-
8307.

MAXWELL- HOUSE Coffee
will mark its 50th year of dis-
tributing free Haggadahs on
Passover by giving away
800,000 Haggadahs this year in
supermarkets nationwide. Max-
well House has distributed 20
million Haggadahs in 50 year.

KRAFT KITCHEN has com-
piled a booklet, Jewish Holiday
Recipes, containing 40 of the
most popular Jewish holiday re-
cipes. For a free copy, write
Jewish Holiday Recipes from the
Kraft Kitchens, P.O. Box 805,
South Holland, Ill. 60473.

ON THE AIR

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RELIGION IN THE NEWS:
9:05 a.m. Sunday, CKWW (580),
Rabbi Jonathan V. Plaut is the
moderator.

NATIONAL JEWISH TELE-
VISION: 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Con-
tinental Cable Channel 11, and
Tribune/United Cable Channel
119, includes "Hello Jerusalem,"
at 2 p.m., Booth Communica-
tions Channel 53, 6 p.m. Mon-
days.

HA-KOL: THE JEWISH
VOICE: 4:30 p.m. Sunday,
WDET-FM (101.9), Part VII of a
series of commentaries and
examples of Jewish music, pre-
sented by Elaine Lebenbom and
Sylvia Starkman; features from
Israel Magazine.

CHENIN BLANC

infant care at 10 a.m. Tuesday
in the medical center au-
ditorium. 41935 W. 12 Mile,
Novi. Admission is free.

THE JEWISH SOUND: 11`
p.m. Sunday, WNIC-AM (1310).
Rabbi Yitzchak Kagan is the
moderator.

COFFEE WITH HY: 8 p.m.
Monday, WCAR (1090), a pro-
gram of community interest
moderated by Hy Shenkman.

YIDDISH IS HEIMISH: 8:30
p.m. Monday, WCAR (1090), an
all-Yiddish program of music,
news, interviews and other fea-
tures with Hy Shenkman.

CAFE SHALOM: 9 p.m. Mon-
day, WCAR (1090), music, news
and features from Israel plus
community announcements,
with Bella Greenbaum, Fay
Knoll, Masha Silver and Mari-
lyn Smith.

JEWISH
TELEVISION
MAGAZINE: Every Tuesday at
8 p.m. and every Sunday at 4
p.m. on Continental Cablevision
Channel 11 in Oak Park, Lat-
hrup Village, Southfield and
West Bloomfield. Also, every
Monday at 4:30 p.m. and Wed-
nesday at 7:30 p.m. on Booth
Communications' Channel 11 in
Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms,
Birmingham and Franklin Vil-
lage. In April, the program
looks at the holiday of Passover
and matchmaking service for
Jewish singles. The program
will retrace the steps of the
Children of Israel as they wan-
dered through the Sinai Desert
for 40 years. A Seder in a mod-
ern kibbutz will be featured.

Special Seder

Chai Lifestyles for Gay and
Lesbian Jews will hold its ninth
annual Seder on April 20. For
reservations by Tuesday, call
Chai Lifestyles, 837-8472. There
is a charge.

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