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December 11, 1987 - Image 128

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-11

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(We reserve the right to limit quantities; and/or, withdraw from sale.)

Since 1949

9:30-5:30; Sat. 9:30-5



The Allan Family
Would Like To Wish
All Their Relatives,
Friends and Customers
A Happy and Healthy
Chanukah

O towedlia„,

FINE JEWELERS

642-5575

30400 Telegraph • Suite 134 • Birmingham, MI

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1987

Kadima Has
Chanukah Party

For reservations and infor-
mation, call the Community
center, 477-8404.

Kadima, Association for
Jewish Residential Care, will
begin its outreach program
with a Chanukah party for
Jewish adults with histories
of mental illness on Sunday
at the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center at 1 p.m.
Lunch and entertainment
will be provided, as well as
the opportunity to meet and
socialize with new people.
Anyone interested in atten-
ding should call Jan
Hochenberg, executive direc-
tor, 350-9540, between 9 a.m.
and 1 p.m. on Saturday.
Kadima operates one group
home in Southfield for six
adults with 24-hour supervi-
sion. These men and women
either work or atend day pro-
grams. Professional staff
assists the residents in
developing daily living skills
necessary for eventual self-
sufficiency and more indepen-
dent life styles.

JWV

Rabbi's Relatives
Sought Here
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I.L. Meyerowitz of South
Africa is seeking the
whereabouts of the descen-
dants of the late Rabbi
Samuel Menachem Fine
whose last known address
was 656 Hague, Detroit.
His wife's name was Chaya
(born Katz) and they had on-
ly one child, a daughter Celia
(Tsiviyeh) who was a teacher.
She married Harry Siegel
and they had three
daughters.
Persons with information
should write to Meyerowitz at
9 Caledon Road, Emmarentia
Extension, Johannesburg,
2195, Republic of South
Africa.'

Chanukah Party
In Farmington

The Farmington Communi-
ty Center will host its annual
Chanukah celebration on
Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Barbara Cantor, an instruc-
tor at the Jewish Communi-
ty Center in West Bloomfield,
will lead guests through a
series of activities that in-
clude making decorations,
singing songs, audience par-
ticipation skits and the tell-
ing of the Chanukah story.
In addition to these
festivities, participants will
enjoy the traditional foods of
the "Festival of Lights" in-
cluding potato latkes and
jelly-filled doughnuts.

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Auxiliary
Luncheon Set

Lt. Roy F. Green Auxiliary
will have a Chanukah
luncheon-meeting on Dec. 19,
at noon in the home of Mrs.
Mamie Simrod. For reserva-
tions call Ms. Elaine Levy,
junior vice president, at
569-0584; or the JWV office,
559-5680.
Plans for the forthcoming
party jointly with the Lt. Roy
F. Green Post on Dec. 25 will
be discussed. For more than
35 years the Green Post has
gone to the Battle Creek
Veterans Hospital to bring
gifts and entertainment to
the patients and to help out
when the hospital employees
have their holiday off.

Shapiro Has
Chanukah Party

Charles Shapiro Post and
Auxiliary will have their an-
nual Chanukah party on
Saturday at 7 p.m. at the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. For informa-
tion, call Jerry Schlussel,
541-1251.
The auxiliary will donate
25 classroom flags to the
Francis Scott Key Elemen-
tary School on Tuesday. An-
nette Storbinsky, patriotic in-
structress, and Fay Glosser
department patriotic instruc-
tress, will be accompanied by
auxiliary members.
The auxiliary will have a
meeting on Wednesday at 8
p.m. in the home of Sadie
Pesich in Southfield. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Pesich,
646-5683.

Chanukah Party
For Veterans

The Department of Michi-
gan, Jewish War Veterans
and the Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliaries, will hold a
Chanukah party on Dec. 19,
8 p.m. at the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
Florence Weber, junior vice
president, is in charge of the
party. There will be
refreshments and dancing to
live music. There is a charge
for , admission. For reserva-
tions, call the Jewish War
Veterans, 559-5680, by
Saturday.
Michigan Department
Commander is Milton Klein,
and Ladies Department
President is Ruth Weiss.

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