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December 12, 1986 - Image 91

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-12

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WANTED
CARING FOSTER PARENTS

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FOR NON DELINQUENT 14 YEAR
OLD BOY WHO IS IN NEED
OF A SECURE AND STABLE
HOME ENVIRONMENT.

PLEASE CALL MARILYN WINEMAN
JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE
559-1500

24123 GREENFIELD ROAD
SOUTHFIELD; MI 48075

Publicist Takes
Additional Post

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John P. Finck, Michigan
Opera Theatre's director of
press and public relations
will assume the additional
administrative position of na-
tional press representative
for the California-based
Opera Pacific. As national
press representative, Finck
will coordinate all state and
national press and promotion
for Opera Pacific, in addition
to supervising the company's
marketing and advertising
strategies.

Farmington To Host
Chanukah Party

The Farmington Commu-
nity Center will host a
Chanukah celebration at 6
p.m., Dec. 29. Barbara Can-
tor, parent-toddler instructor
at the Jewish Community
Center, will explain the spirit
of the "Festival of Lights"
and will cook latkes (potato
pancakes). Other events .will
include games, songs and a
Chanukah play.
There is a charge. Call the
center for reservations, 477-
8404.

Pre-School Gym
Class In Oak Park

The department of recrea-
tion, city of Oak Park, is tak-
ing registration for a pre-
school, large muscle activity
program, beginning 10:30
a.m. Jan. 14.
Among the activities
planned are tumbling, acro-
batics, games and rhythmic
play. Ther is a fee. For in-
formation, call the recreation
department, 545-6400.

Expectant Parent
Series In January

The Oakland County
Health Division will offer a
series of six expectant parent
classes beginning 7 p.m. Jan.
7, in the Southfield office of
the Health Division, 27725
Greenfield Road.
There is no charge; pre-
registration is required. To
register, call the health di-
vision, 424-7042.

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VEGAS NITE

METROPOLITAN DETROIT B'NAI B'RITH
BOWLING ASSOCIATION
Saturday, Jan. 10th 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Play 25' to b5.00

Fun
Games
Excitement

Donation
$5.00

Jewish War
Veterans

For further
information call,
MIKE BERKOWITZ
546-5483 (after 2 p.m.)

16990 W. 12 Mlle
Southfield

Two Great Names During The Holidays!!

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16.95

AM-FM RADIO

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4:30 p.m. and Wednesday at
7:30 p.m. on Booth Com-
munications' Channel 11 in
Beverly Hills, Bingham
Farms, Birmingham and
Franklin Village. Programs
this month include an exam-
ination of Soviet human
rights violations through an
inside look at Russian-Jewish
ohim; "Volunteers For Israel"
help out at an army base;
Eenie Frost prepares
"Eenie's
in
ratatouille
Kitchen."

Parties or Any
Special Occasions
High Quality

Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
Weddings
Low Prices

(313) 543-400

MARK

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GOES!

ALL SALES FINAL!
NO CHARGES!

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YOUR TOTAL KNIT SHOP

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354-2470

FANCY THIS IS
GOING OUT!!

Our Liquidation Continues

Further markdowns on entire
inventory including Cruise
& Cocktail

30%
To
75/
OFF

ENTIRE INVENTORY
MUST BE
SOLD NOW!

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Southfield

mon., tiles., fri. & sat. 10-6
wed. & thurs. till 8, sun. 12-5

Mon.-Sat. 10-5

355-4770

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