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March 06, 1987 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-06

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LAKEWOOD SPECIALTY
FOOD CENTER

25270 Greenfield
Oak Park, MI

967-2021

LOCAL NEWS

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We are Once Again Taking Orders For
Your Passover Ready Made Carry-Out Foods

• Roast Chicken
• Potato Kugel

• Sweet Matzoh Kugel
• Tzimmes
• TV Dinners

Call early to place your orders

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Give every
NEWBORN
the
advantage

For your Purim treats LAKEWOOD has by far the
largest selection available in this area.

Support the

SHOP EARLY TO MAKE YOUR BASKETS WITH THE
BEST LOOKING AND BEST TASTING PACKAGES

March of Dimes

_BIpD1 DEFECTS F OuNDABON

Shani Kerman, right, "cuts a rug" with Ethel Glickstein at the
Hawaiian cocktail party for the residents of Fleischman
Residence and Hechtman Federation Apts., sponsored by the
volunteer committee of the Jewish Welfare Federation Young
Adult Division.

Apartheid Brunch Topic
For Young Adult Unit

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion's Young Adult Division
"Sunday Brunch with YAD"
series continues with its fourth
program, "Aparthied: Its Ef-
fect on African Jewry," at
10:30 a.m. March 22 at the
United Hebrew Schools in
Southfield.
Moira Katz will lead the dis-
cussion in the Friedman Con-
ference Room of the School's
Sigmund and Sophie Rohlik
Building.
Educated in South Africa,
Katz was director of public
speaking at University off

Witwatersrand in Johannes-
burg, the only multi-racial
university in South Africa.
She is currently on the fa-
culty of Wayne State Univer-
sity, where she teaches public
speaking in the speech com-
munication department.
Tamara R. Gorosh, Robert
Starkman and Dr. Debby
Feinberg are YAD political
awareness committee chair-
men. The Midrasha, College of
Jewish Studies is a co-sponsor
of the event.
For information, call the
Midrasha, 352-7117.

Nursery Meeting Planned

At last there's time for a leisurely
breakfast, unhurried conversation
and the chance to enjoy a second (or
even a third) cup of rich, delicious
Maxwell House® Coffee. It couldn't
be anything but Sunday morning.

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GENERAL
FOODS

©1986-General Foods Corporation

IT COULDN'T BE ANYTHING BUT MAXWELL HOUSE:

68

Friday, March 6, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cong. Shaarey Zedek's Beth
Hayeled Nursery School and
Kindergarten will have a home
meeting, 8 p.m. Thursday, in
the home of Ralph and Ann
Zuckman, 30319 Club House
Lane, Farmington Hills, to in.:
form the residents of the area
about its new branch on
Middlebelt and Lone Pine
Roads.
Janet Pont, director of the
nursery and summer camp
programs, will give a-presenta-
tion on the classes and special
activities that will be offered.
Programs such as parent-
toddler, Terrific Two's Day,
regular half-day nursery
,classes, enrichment classes,

lunch programs and extended
hours will be offered at the
branch in addition to a com-
plete range of pre-school ac-
tivities conducted at the
synagogue building.
For information, call the
school office, 357-5544.

Wins Fellowship

Dr. Jack Belen, a member of
the American College of Oste-
opathic Internists with offices
in Rochester, was one of the
eight physicians from
throughout the U.S. who was
awarded the title of fellow at
the convocation ceremonies.

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