100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

April 18, 1986 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-18

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

i=t ;irre'Me 2.011c9W

r,,,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 .Friday, April 18, 1986

LOCAL NEWS

Survivors Honor Priest

Petland

GRAND OPENING
CELEBRAT

COME SEE THE DIFFERENCE
AT PETLAND

41/ 11-- . 1 1 1 : k -

111

■ x.;

.ar

-

HAMSTERS

$1.88
1

Per
Customer

limit

While They Last

A.

FEATURING AKC PUPPIES AND CFA KITTENS.

FULL UNE OF SUPPUES, GROOMING AIDS, COLLARS,
LEADS, CARRIERS, NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS,
FLEA AND TICK CONTROL PRODUCTS AND TOYS.

FUNBALL

PETLAND

PETLAND
CEDAR

$3.00
Celt

Safely
s afe l y aun
Around The Heide

ONLY $

ORANGE WIG
188.00
PARROTS

ZEBRA FINCHES 4.88
GREY COCKATIELS 28.88
WHITE COCKATIELS 38.88

7/4

$1.88

980

1.88

$7.88

PARAKEETS

PETLAND
CATNIP TOYS

1 OZ. -

CAT NIP PLANT

900 Co inch Bale

A -ma



MOULLCAAN

COCKATOOS $5118.00

HUNDREDS OF OTHER PET BIRDS AT GRAND OPENING PRICES.
OUR UNIQUE OPEN AVIARIES LET YOU MEET OUR TAME, TALKING
HAND FED BIRDS.
Canada,

the world... Germany,
all bird caw. Exotic selection from around
finch to the tamest macaw.
10%
Italy, Off
Japan and the USA. The perfect cape for the smallest

Petland 1 lb
Parakeet Seed

680

Petland 1 lb.
Mrd -ow Gavel

78 0

Petland 2 lb
Finch Seed

$1.88

.33
.38
.38
Guppies
.38
Black Mollies
.38
Tiger Barbs ••
.48
Kissing Gouramis
.66
Catfish
Siamese Flows) $1.88

Jumbo Neons

Velvet swordtails

'Fish.

Petland 5 lb.
Coeltatiel Mix

Petland 5 lbs.

Parrot Mix

$3.88 $3.88

e Special
crane Opening
"HOEI" Parekeet/F nch Cape

syclulorner
$5,88 vurisittrer

otteMper store

10 GALLON AQUARIUM

$8.88

umtti per customer, while theylast.

PITLAND PISA NMI OZ.

s taple

F eed

()reedit
Food

680

680

-

StieCtruM

Color Feed

680

Ptsze isps

Co dldoner

880

HOURS
MON.-SAT.

PETLAND SOUTHFIELD

(next to Farmer Jack)

Southfield Plaza
29850 Southfield Rd.

443-2443

10-9
SUNDAY
12-5

Shaarit Haplaytah Organiza-
tion — Survivors of the Nazi
genocide — will bestow "The
Righteous Among The Nations
of the World Award" upon Rev.
John T. Pawlikowski at the an-
nual Memorial Academy dedi-
cated to the Six Million and re-
membering many other victims
of the Nazi regime, ammounced
Abraham Weberman, president
of the organization, and Sonia
Popowski, chairman.
The event is scheduled for
May 4, at noon at the main
Jewish Community Center in
West Bloomfield in cooperation
with the Holocaust Memorial
Center, Jewish Community Rev. John T. Pawlikowski
Council, Greater Detroit Round
civi-
Table of the National Confer- fallen Israeli soldiers and
lians.
ence of Christians and Jews, the
Memorial renditions will be
Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian . Studies and chanted by Cantor Max
Shimansky, Cong. Beth Achim,
Jewish Center.
The presentation of the award accompanied by Rochelle Peter-
will be made by Dr. John J. son. Brief greetings will be ex-
Mames, chairman, department tended by Leon Halpern,
of oral history and Holocaust president Holocaust Memorial
studies. Rev. Pawlikowski, pro- Center; Henry S. Dorfman,
fessor of social ethics at the chairman executive committee
Catholic Theological Union, (HMC); Robert ' Slatkin,

Chicago, serves as a consultant, president Jewish Community
International Council of Chris- Center; Franklin J. Ellias, asso-
tians and Jews and the Israel ciate chairman Holocaust Sub-
committee, Jewish Community
Interfaith Association.
He is a member and former Council; Robert A. Arcand, di-
chairman of the Catholic-Jewish rector, greater Detroit Round
Commission sponsored by the Table of the National Confer-
Archdiocese of Chicago, the ence of Christians and Jews; Dr.
Chicago Board of Rabbis and the Irving Gastman, Junior Di-
Jewish Federation of Metropoli- vision, Shaarit Haplaytah; Rev.
tan Chicago. • James R.• Lyons, director, Ecu-
His other activities and asso- menical 'Institute for Jewish-
ciations include: member of the Chrisitan Studies; Charles
Advisory Committee Secretariat Silow, president C.H.A.I.M.
for Catholic-Jewish Relations, (Children of Holocaust Survivors
National Conference of Catholic Association in Michigan).
Miriam Ciesla, flute, accom-
Bishops, Catholic Theological
Society, American Academy of panied by Ms. Peterson, piano,
Religion, Society of Christian will render memorial musical
Ethics, founding member of Na- selections. Proclamations, mes-
tional Interreligious Task Foree sages from the governor, dig-
on Soviet Jewry, member of the nitaties and civic leaders will be,
Polish Academy of Arts and Sci- acknowledged by Arthur Weiss,
Shaarit Haplaytah, Junior Di-
ence (U.S.A.).
Appointed by president Carter vision; Shari Ferber will provide
in 1980 to the U.S. Holocaust recitations.
Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig,
Memorial Council, Fr. Paw-
likowski continues to serve in director HMC, will deliver the
this capacity. He is also member address. There will be a pre-
of the Academic Council of the sentation of the colors by the
National Institute on the Jewish War Veterans of
Holocaust, member of the Advi- America — Department of
sory Committee Center for Michigan, coordinated by Irving
Christian-Jewish
Studies, Keller, commander. The assem-
Chicago Theological Seminary, bly will be concluded with indi-
member of the executive com- vidual Yahrzeit candlelighting
mittee of the Natioal Christian and memorial prayers at the Et-
Leadership Conference for Is- ernal Light (Ner Tamid) in the
rael, member of the National Holocaust Memorial Center. The
Polish Jewish Dialogue. Rev. community is invited.
Pawlikowski is the author of six '
books and contributed to
numerous publications and
journals.
The candlelighting ceremony
The display of "Ethiopia to
by survivors of the concentra-
tion camps and ghettos, accom- Zion: An African Pilgrimage"
panied by children of Holocaust has been extended until May 4.
survivors, will be led by' Mrs. The photo exhibit is being
Popowski. The candlelighters shown simultaneously at United
are: Sylvia Feld, Elizabeth San- Hebrew Schools in Southfield
ders, Bella Zarnowieski, Louis and at the Hartford Memorial
Kay, Sam Small and Philip Baptist Church in Detroit.
Roemerfeld, accompanied by Fay
The Jewish Community Coun-
Elbaum, Esther Tal, Esther cil and Siegel of Gorman ' Gal-
Tuchklaper, Milton Fisk, Dr. lery of Fine Furniture are spon-
Abraham Slaim and Leon soring the exhibit. Robert Siegel
Szlamkoimicz. Sherie Lipson will ch of
eeuli
co xncibilits
light the candle in memory of
the

,

Ethiopia Exhibit
Is Extended

s

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan