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February 06, 1987 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-06

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Specializing In
• Custom Bedrooms
• Wall Units
• Dining Rooms

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LOCAL NEWS

IS
EXPANDING

we are
now offering

48x18x27 $180"

DESIGN IT INC.

SOFA TABLE

430. 0 N22
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Keith Schare

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3&36x16

Designer

$16000

COCKTAIL
TABLE

471-3223



r COME TO ISRAEL WITH A GIFT OF SONG

Soviets Queried
On Prisoners

WOOL JERSEY
SEPARATES

(Skirts, Pants & Tops)

to wear alone
or co-ordinated with
our original
handknit sweaters
jackets and coats
for that "TOTAL LOOK"

29107 Northwestern Hwy.

Behind Optical Trends
at 12 Mile • Franklin Plaza

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CANTORS
ASSEMBLY

40TH

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THE CANTORS ASSEMBLY OF AMERICA

invites you to join its

FOOT HEALTH CENTERS

home and office foot care now available

SENIOR CITIZENS ..

Medicare & Co-Insurance accepted
as full payment for all covered benefits

ATTENTION •
SENIOR CITIZENS!

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If you cannot leave your home this winter season, and you have painful
ingrown, thickened nails, corns, calluses, and other geriatric or diabetic foot
problems .. .

WORRY NO LONGER!
CALL OUR OFFICES TODAY

A Festive Gathering

to experience the highest quality of
home and office foot core now available.

JULY 7 - 21, 1987

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LWOW AREA

NOVI AREA

Redwood Medical Bldg.
30931 Seven Mile Rd.
478-1166

Novi. Health Center
41630 W. Ten Mile
349-5559

CALL DR. KENNETH D. POSS • DR. RANDY H. BERNSTEIN

COME CELEBRATE THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY
OF THE RE-UNIFICATION OF JERUSALEM

TOUR IS BEING ORGANIZED BY ISRAM TOURS
IN COOPERATION WITH EL AL AIRLINES

SPECIAL HIGHLIGHTS

• V.I.P. TOURS INCLUDING RECEPTION WITH THE





PRESIDENT OF ISRAEL, U.S. AMBASSADOR, AND
MAYOR TEDDY KOLLEK
CONCERTS BY LEADING CANTORS AND OUT-
STANDING MUSICIANS
UNIQUE AND HISTORIC WORSHIP SERVICES
FESTIVE SHABBAT DINNERS
GALA EVENING ENTERTAINMENT; TORCHLIGHT
CEREMONY AT WESTERN WALL ILLUSTRATED
LECTURES ON LITURGICAL MUSIC AND JEWISH
CULTURE

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Of Resohaub —
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Hospital

For Further Information Contact:

CANTOR CHAIM NMMAN

CANTOR SAMUEL GREENBAUM

CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK

CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM

357-5544

547-7970

CANTOR SIDNEY RUBE

CANTOR LARRY VIEDER

CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK

CONGREGATION ADAT SHALOM

357-5544

851-5100

CANTOR MAX SHIMANSKY

CANTOR LOUIS KLEIN

CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM

V52-8670

Friday, February 6, 1987

CONGREGATION BNAI MOSHE

548-9000

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OUR
COMPREHENSIVE
PAIN CONTROL
PROGRAM BRINGS
TO YOU:

LOW BACK SURGERY?
OTHER OPTIONS TO CONSIDER

February 11, 1987
7:00 p.m.

It is estimated that 23 million Americans suf-

fer from chronic lower back pain. In many
cases, relief can be obtained through non-
surgical means.

FEATURED
SPEAKER:

• TWO TRACK TOURING TO ACCOMMODATE FIRST
TIME AND REPEAT VISITORS

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40th Anniversary Celebration In Israel

of Hazzanim,
Synagogue Jews,
Musicians & Scholars the World Over



354-4085

Mon-Fri
10.14pm

HELD AT:

Joseph Chatfield, D.O.
Board-Certified General Surgeon
Fellow, Chronic Pain Management,
Southfield Rehabilitation Hospital

Southfield Civic Center
City Council Chamber
26000 Evergreen Road (N. of 10 Mile)
Southfield, MI 48075

THERE IS NO FEE FOR THIS PROGRAM.
For further information, or to pre-register, please call:

Southfield Rehabilitation Hospital,
Pain Research & Control Institute
City of Southfield Department
of Human Resources

423-1466
Donna Lopatin
354-4864

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Local participants in a
nationwide program of tele-
phone calls toSoviet govern-
ment press and trade offices in
the United States have re-
ceived a range of replies to
their calls.
The office of Ambassador
Alexander Belonogov at the
Soviet Mission to the United
Nations thanked callers or did
not answer, according to Jean-
nie Weiner, chairman of the
Jewish Community Council's
Soviet Jewry Committee.
When imprisoned Hebrew
teachers were mentioned to the
Soviet travel bureau Intourist
in New York City, the caller
was disconnected.
These calls are part of a
phone-a-than being conducted
in 35 cities to protest the ar-
rests and mistreatment of
Soviet Jews who have been im-
prisoned for emigration and
cultural activities.

Somerset Mall
Scene Of Lectures

The Center for New Think-
ing will present a talk on
"Splitting Up: The Danger
Signals" at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at
the Somerset Mall auditorium.
There is a charge.
On Thursday at 10 a.m. at
the mall auditorium, there will
be a talk on "The Redundant
Male." There is an admission
fee.

Library Has
Used Book Sale

The Huntington Woods Li-
brary will have a used book
sale Saturday, beginning at 10
a.m.
The library also needs used
books. Tax credit vouchers will
be issued for donations.
For details, call Beverly
Friedenberg, 399-4047.

BNAI BRITH

HARRY B. KEIDAN
LODGE will hold its annual
installation of officers on Sun-
day at 11 a.m. at Dimitri's of
Southfield. The ceremony will
be conducted by Peter
Perlman, president of the Met-
ropolitan Detroit B'nai B'rith
Council. The officers to be in-
stalled are: Albert Ryder,
president; Gerry Rogers,
Joseph Shewach and Sam
Weiner, vice presidents; Shel-
don Dworkin, secretary; Marry
Direnfeld, treasurer; Harold
Wolfe, chaplain.

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DETROIT BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL CHAP-
TER will hold its annual elec-

tion of officers Feb. 15, at noon
at the Lancaster Hills Apts.
club house. A continental
brunch will be served. There is
a nominal charge.

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