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May 22, 1987 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-22

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DOROTHY S.

EST. 1952

CALL NOW ABOUT
OUR SUMMER
SESSIeN

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ROADiNGVAPROVIOOOTWMR..

BY DOROTHY S. ORENT M.A. • READING SPECIALIST
OUR STUDENTS READ FASTER ... UNDERSTAND
BETTER . AND LEARN HOW TO STUDY!

MAURICE A. BETMAN of

the Ronald Le Vine Detroit
agency of Principal Mutual
Life Insurance Co., a member
of The Principal Financial
Group, has successfully cam-
pleted a graduate workshop
held in the home office. Be-
tman was one of 37 agents,
brokers and managers from
across the nation who
attended this special school.

* REMEDIAL AND RAPID READING
* PHONICS SPELLING VOCABULARY
* COMPREHENSION - STUDY HABITS

-

Call

StIOW & SALE
Meadow Brook Hall — S & G Pavilion, Rochester

Preview/Celebrity Night — Friday, May 29, 1987

$12.50 Donation — Reservations Required

MURRAY GOLDENBERG,

master photographer, has
been selected to photograph
the people of Michigan for a
project of the Michigan Ses-
quicentennial Commission.
The photographs will be in-
cluded in a multi-media pre-
sentation saluting the people
of the state in work and lei-
sure.

DEAF OPTIONS, 220 Bag-

ley, Suite 222, Detroit, has
opened to offer services to
hearing-impaired individuals.
All staff use American Sign
Language. Hours are Mon-
day, Wednesday and Friday,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Tuesday
and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 7
p.m. For appointment or in-
formation, call Deaf Options,
986-8118 (TDD) or 961-8120
(voice).

MEMORIAL DAY SALE!!

FIELDCREST POPULARITY AND
MARTEX ASHFIELD LOOPED TERRY TOWELS

NOW
REG.
$14.00
2 for $10.99
BATH
2 for 8.99
HAND
8.75
2 for 4.99
3.75
WASH
2 for $11.99 (FIELDCREST ONLY)
TUBMAT
JUMBO BATH SHEET/BEACH TOWEL
Reg. $26 NOW 2 for $24.99

MARTEX SHEETS UP TO 50% OFF
SEVENTH HEAVEN

VISA'

HUNTER'S RIDGE
ORCHARD LAKE AT 14 MILE

The Bereavement Support
Group of Ibmple Israel will host
bereavement specialist Dr.
William Jones at 7:30 __p.m._
Tuesday at the temple.

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call your travel agent or call

1.800-KIB-HTLS

In N.Y. call (212) 697-5116

*per person, double occupancy

Kibbutz Hotels, Suite 620, 60 E. 42nd Street, New York, NY 10165

Join the Scandinavian Jewish Experience Tour

PROUDLY ANNOUNCING A TOUR WILL BE CONDUCTED BY
HONORABLE ARNE MELCHIOR, FORMER MINISTER, IN HER
MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT OF DENMARK.

Under the auspices of Rabbi Frederick E.
Werbell, Author of the widely acclaimed

"LOST HERO: THE MYSTERY OF

Isaac Bashrifs SIngor

• Spectacular 15-day, 5-star tour de-
signed to lift your spirit and enrich
your mind.

• A trip of tribute and appreciation to those
countless Scandinavians who risked
their lives to save their Jewish country-
men during the Nazi occupation 40 years
ago.

855-3777

• A New Kind of Travel that takes you into
the Hearts of People.
• Meet Scandinavia's Jews, in their centers
and synagogues - a personal introduc-
tion to their lives and their history.
• Memorable person-to-person receptions
and briefings with Jewish personalities
and Jewish communities in Norway,
Sweden, Denmark and Finland.
• Enjoy the extraordinary sights and sounds,
fjords and festivals, people and places, of
Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

• Only we give you Scandinavia PLUS
Finland.
• Deluxe and Superior First Class Hotels.
Kosher meals available.
• Cruises through ancient Viking sea lanes
and breathtaking majestic Fjord, under
the romantic midnight sun.

• In two weeks, this is more Scandinavia
than most others Ore you In three.

THE SCANDINAVIAN JEWISH EXPERIENCE TOURS LTD.
405 East 63rd Street
New York, N.Y. 10021
212-751-4999

•-•

Celebrating Israel's

THE SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH

SURVIVORS WOO OF 1945

HOURS: MON., TUES., SAT. 10-6
WED.-FRI. 10-9, SUN. 12-5

CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND

A GALA DINNER DANCE

MARKING

THE 39th INDEPENDENCE YEAR
OF ISRAEL
SUNDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 1987
6:00 P.M.

ly

AT THE

CONGREGATION B'NAI DAVID SOCIAL HALL
24350 SOUTHFIELD ROAD
SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN

Max Sosin will participate in the program.

USED CAR LOANS

A S

CLAWSON

435.2840

LAKE ANGELUS

674-4901

Bereavement

nformation

COLORS: (FIELDCREST) — PEACH GLOW, SILVER, NAVY,
WHITE, CERULEAN BLUE, GREEN MIST, SMOKE, CHAM-
PAGNE, CAFE AU LAIT, LEMONADE, TEA ROSE. MARTEX —
PINK ICE, SLATE, PALE JADE, ECRU, EXPRESSO, PALE
LILAC, WHITE, LAPIS, PLATINUM.

will
offer seminars entitled: "Em-
ployers Accounting for Pen-
sion Plans," "Becoming an
Effective Supervisor" and
"Self Employed? What You
Should Know About Tax
Laws and Income Tax Prep-
aration." To register, call
Walsh College, 689-8282, ext.
260.

meeting on April 28. The fol-
lowing officers were elected:
Norman Rosen, president;
Richard L. Ruby, vice
president; Gerald Thurswell,
secretary; and Robert Domol,
treasurer.

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The fate of this great man should be the con-
cern of all decent, human beings throughout
the world. I .am grateful to Rabbi Werbell for not
letting people forget"

•WALSH COLLEGE

METROPOLITAN CHAP-
TER, MICHIGAN TRIAL
LAWYERS, held its annual

d ir

RAOUL WALLENBERG" UPON WHICH
THE SPECTACULAR NBC-TV MINISERIES
"WALLENBERG", STARRING RICHARD
CHAMBERLAIN, IS BASED.

Please Call: 927-7833
Saturday, May 30, 11:00.9:00
Sunday, May 31 — 12:00-6:00

of Birmingham was recently
named director of the central
assessment unit for SEMSAS
(Southeastern Michigan Sub-
stance Abuse Services).

ROSALIND ZIEGLER,

399-0333

23850 WOODWARD NORTH OF
9 MILE - PLEASANT RIDGE

is/

MYASTRENIA GRAY'S SPRING MEADOW BROOK ANTIQUE

ANNETTE FINKELSTEIN

formerly of West Bloomfield,
has been named the office
manager of the Sephardic
Educational Center of
Jerusalem. She will work in
the executive offices located
in Los Angeles. Rosalind is
the daughter of Fay and
Jerome Ziegler.

INTENSIVE INDIVIDUAL
INSTRUCTION AFTER
DIAGNOSTIC TESTING

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S

ISRAEL'S UNIQUE

COUNTRY INNS

ROYAL OAK

548-1100

L 0 W

A S

1015 %

Fixed Rate

1111Y

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Annual Percentage Rate.

Certain restrictions may apply.

EVERY MOTHER AND FATHER
WILL RECEIVE A SYMBOLIC GIFT

COCKTAILS AND APPETIZERS AT 6:00 P.M.
DINNER (COLD CUTS) WILL FOLLOW — SWEET TABLE

Dancing to the music of
ERIC ROSENOW and his CONTINENTALS

Donation $15 per person

COME AND CELEBRATE THIS BIG EVENT

FOR TICKET RESERVATIONS CALL:

PRES. ABRAM WEBERMAN — 626-6903
SONIA POPOWSKI — 557-3994
ANNA FISK — 545-1244
MIRIAM SLAIM — 357-0069
HARRY PRAW — 968-1686
NANCY FORDONSKI — 545-6967

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