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August 29, 1986 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-29

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THE ULTIMATE PARTY FAVOR









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GIVE YOUR GUESTS

AN ANTIQUE-TYPE
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PHOTO OF THEMSELVES

IN AUTHENTIC

PERIOD COSTUMES

THAT SLIDE-ON OVER •
THEIR OWN CLOTHING •

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STANDELL'S

OLD TYME PHOTOS •

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TRADITIONAL VALUES/PROGRESSIVE IDEAS

Congregation Beth Shalom

is a progressive and innovative synagogue,
while adhering to the traditions of Conserva-
tive Judaism.

More importantly we are a synagogue of
families.

Families just like yours.

Please join us for our Open House Shab-

bat on September 6, 1986.

Come find out what we're all about.

For further information call

547-7970.

CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM

David A. Nelson
Rabbi

Jeannette Tilchin
President

ARE YOUR CHILDREN GETTING
A GOOD JEWISH EDUCATION?

Do they know
what it means to
live like a Jew?
Do they understand
their Jewish History?
Do they know how
to read Hebrew?
Do they know what's
happening in Israel?

If they don't, send them to
Congregation Beth Shalom Religious School
(a Synagogue affiliated school)
where we know they'll learn all
of these things . . . and more.

We ought to know — we go there ourselves.
Peninah, Age 9
Eric, Age 8

If you want more information call or write for a brochure
Congregation Beth Shalom
14601 West Lincoln, Oak Park, Mi 48237
Telephone: 547-7972

I belong to
Shaarey Zedek.

Marsha Harris, 11, Farmington Hills.
School: Wooddale, 5th Grade.
Parents: Michele and Joel.
Brother: Alan, 7.

"After regular school, I go to Hebrew School at the
Orchard Middle School branch on Tuesdays and Thurs-
days. I take violin lessons and I'm in Olympics of the
Mind at Wooddale. It seems like a lot, but my mom says
its better than watching TV'

•The Shaarey Zedek Family
Be apart of it.

For membership information, call Dottie Wagner: 357-5544.

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