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October 24, 1986 - Image 85

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-24

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„\ c'cp GLITZ & GLITTER
BOUTIQUE
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Susan Sawle A.S.

Certified Myornassologist

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Technion Chapter
Establishes Fund

Watch for our GRAND OPENING

Theraoeutic Massage
by appointment
474-8733

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--- Gift Certificates Available



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Association of Michigan Myomassologists. Inc
International Myomessethics Federation. Inc

• Unusual Sweat clothes S,M, L thru 3X
(Specializing in one of a kind designs) .
• Handbags, Leathers, Metollics, Snakeskins, Rhinestones
• Costume Jewelery, Hair Accessories

By Appointment

355-1375

CORRECTION

Na'Amat USA - Greater Detroit Council
Donor Luncheon
Sunday, Nov. 2, 1986 12:00 Noon
Congregation B'nai Moshe

For Reservations & Information Call

thru Nov. 15
regularly $35

Albert Newman

The Detroit Chapter's
"Technion Research and De-
velopment Fund" will be an-
nounced by Albert Newman
at the Detroit Chapter dinner
on Thursday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Long active in Jewish Wel-
fare Federation activities,
Newman is a local and na-
tional board member of the
American Technion Society
and a member of the interna-
tional board of governors of
the Technion Israel Institute
of Technology.
The Detroit Chapter Techn-
ion Research and Develop-
ment Fund will help Israel
through Technion to achieve
economic independence by
promoting technological in-
novations at Technion that
will produce new made-in-
Israel products, processes and
systems to compete on the
world markets.
Technion students and fa-
culty specialize in fields with
high R and D potentials.
Dinner chairman is Irwin
Green, and Yosef Yaakov,
consul general of Israel in
Washington, D.C. and minis-
ter counsellor in the embassy,
is the guest speaker.
A large delegation from
Technion 2000, the young
adult division, will attend
this year's dinner.
For information and reser-
vations, contact Technion's
Detroit Chapter office, 559-
5190.

Aid For Flood,
Quake Victims

The American Red Cross
will accept disaster welfare
inquiries from Detroit-area
residents who have next of
kin living in the
earthquake-stricken areas of
El Salvador, at 833-4440.
In the United States, the
Red Cross is still assisting
flood victims throughout the
- Midwest. In mid-Michigan,
the Red Cross has provided
shelter, food and assistance
for more than 2,500 families
in the 14-county area affected
by the severe flooding. The
cost of the relief operation
locally has been estimated at
- $1.6 million.
. .

A Day at Bloomies
from $100 to $150
Facials

Belle Glenner at 967-3891 or NATIMAT USA Office at 967-4750

TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATION $30.00

THE JEWISH NEWS REGRETS THE ERROR

Massage

Manicures
Pedicures
Make-up
Waxing
Electrolysis
Hair Salon

Celebrating 100 years of achievement
of the Jewish Theological Seminary

THE ADULT STUDY COMMISSION
of ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE

Face and Body
Call 553-9550
Orchard Twelve Plaza • 12 Mile & Orchard Lake

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You don't have to
travel further than
Ceresnie & Offen
for the best
fur values.

Shop and compare
during our Annual

October
Classic
Fur Sale

Don't be mislead by
claims of better fur
values for your U.S.
dollars across the
river. Canadian furriers
purchase their pelts
with a weaker CanadieW
dollar, thus eliminating
any advantage of the
exchange rate. Remember,
if you shop and compare,
you'll buy at Ceresnie & Offek
Sale Ends October 31.

is proud to present

A SEMINARY/ CENTENNIAL WEEKEND

Saturday, Nov. 8 - Sunday, Nov. 9, 1986

"STEPPING IN AND STEPPING OUT:

Tradition, Scholarship and Meaning"

featuring

Rabbi
Joseph Lukinsky

Professor, lecturer
and author

Shabbat morning Services, November 8:

"The Noah Myth"

Shabbat afternoon, November 8, 4:00:
Seudah Shlishit:

"The Life and Work of A. J. Heschel"

Hosted by the Men's Club

AN furs labeled to show country o origin

Sunday morning, November 9, 10:00 a.m.: \

Breakfast and Dialogue:
"A Personal View of Conservative Judaism"

Hosted by the Sisterhood

181 S. Woodward, next to th
Birmingham Theatre • 642-I
Free Adjacent Parking
Mon.-Sat. 9:30-5:30, Thurs,

The community is invited to participate in all events.
There is no charge, but RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED for the
meals. Call the synagogue office, 851-5100, BY MONDAY,
NOVEMBER 3.

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