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October 31, 1986 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-31

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B'NAI MITZVAH

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vidualized instruction is now available so you can
improve your score.

Rabbi Officiates
At Son's Ceremony

Call 398-0116 after 4 P.M.

Also tutor* hi all subjects (your home)

Rabbi Sherman P. Kir-
shner of Cong. B'nai Israel of
West Bloomfield will officiate
at the bar mitzvah of his son,
David-Seth, at 9 a.m. services
Saturday.
A student at Hillel Day
School, David will serve as a
junior cantor, leading the
congregation in both Shachrit
and Musaf, and will read
from the Torah and recite his
Haftorah.
David will twin his cere-
mony with Evgeny Levensh-
tein of Kiev, Russia. Evgeny
is the son of Vladimir and
Bronislava Levenshtein. The
elder Levenshtein is a civic
engineer. After applying for
visas, both the Levenshteins
were dismissed from their
jobs without reason.

MOD TECH FURNITURE, INC.
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Temple Teens
Share Ceremony

Lauren Rebecca Fenton
anal Jennifer Natalie
Makanoff will twin the ob-
servance of their b'not
N
/=' mitzvah celebration at 11
a.m. Saturday at Temple Is-
rael with Dina Roitman of
Krasnoyarsk, USSR.
Lauren and Jennifer have
written to Dina but no con-
tact has been made with the
f amily.

Hanoar To Hold
Membership Event






Hanoar Chapter, Friends of
Israel Cancer Association,
will host a membership des-
sert at 12:30 p.m. Nov. 10 at
Summit club house, 22200
Summit Drive, Farmington
Hills. Make-up artist Sharon
Eton will be the featured
guest.
To register, call Eva Lip-
ton, 851-4995; or Liz Lakritz,
661-9261.

Casual Dresses, Jewelry & Leather
Handbags At Deep Discount Prices

20-50%
OFF
All Merchandise

Thurs. Oct 30 - Mon. Nov. 3

26057 W. 12 Mile Rd.
12 Hi Plaza

Just E. of Northwestern

352-0870

Southfield

553-2246

CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE AT

ANNIVERSARY
SALE

LOW PRICES

AN
ADDITIONAL 1/3

1 /2

MN MO


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Mon. - Sat. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

'Contemporary fur-
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units. bedrooms &
desks in lucite,
glass, laminates,
marble & special
orders

851-0789

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Birmingham 646-3899
(Located in the Steve Petix Bldg.)

MODEL DISCOUNT CLEANERS

Across From The Berkley Theater

Sylvia Porter
reveals one
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to make your
money grow.

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each

pants • sweaters • skirts

(Lined, pleated and heavy weight 26c extra)

WINTER COATS $3.99

one savings option that combines a fair return, safety and
simplicity h as been with us a long time—U.S. Savings Bonds.
Today's Bonds have changed for the Netter, now offering
more than adequate interest rates when held five years or more.
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Shop out of your
home at your con-
venience

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ON CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
NOV. 1-NOV. 15

Twinning Slated
At Adat Shalom

Jeremy Michaelson will
twin the observance of his
bar mitzvah celebration at
Adat Shalom Synagogue at 9
a.m. Saturday with Mark
Buzharsky of Moldavian,
USSR.
Mark's father, Isaac, is a
locksmith and his mother,
Ada, was an annountant but
lost her job soon after apply-
ing for a visa. She has not
been able to find any other
kind of work.
Buzharsky wishes to be re-
united with his aunt in Is-
rael. He was refused on the
grounds of "regime considera-
tions" — army service which
is seen as just one more in-
stance of official harassment
since his tour of duty with
the army was completed in
December 1970.
Jeremy has written to
Mark and will attempt to
contact the family by phone.

manufacturer of custom furniture

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US
SAVINGS
BONDS

Paying BetterThan Ever

I VALID WITH COUPON ONLY

PILE & DOWN COATS $4.99

EXPIRES 11-14-86

1st QUALITY WORK AT LOW DISCOUNT PRICES
AMPLE PARKING IN REAR-ENTRANCE

Just Marilyns

Sportswear Boutique

"HA-Le-Lu-Yah"

SPECIAL SALE

An original musical play
Saturday, and Sunday,
November 1 November 2
At 8:00 P.M.

40% OFF

Dresses Suits Coats

FALL CLEARANCE

Up to 10% OFF

No charges or layaways
All Sales Final
All previous sales excluded

In the Temple
5725 Walnut Lake Road (Near Drake)

Call the Temple Office, 661-5700, for information.
After-Glo with the Cast following each performance.

Sat. 8-
8-4

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present

Reserved Section
for Patrons:
$30.00

New Hours

Mon. -Fri. 7-6

Thursday, Oct. 30
Friday, Oct. 31
And Saturday, November 1

THE TEMPLE ISRAEL PLAYERS

Tickets:
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Sizes 4-18

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Mon.-Sat. 10 - 5

356-0493

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