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September 16, 1988 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-16

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spitzer
Mr. and Mrs. Avrohom Plotnik and staff
would like to wish everyone a
Healthy and Happy New Year
We Carry

HIGH HOLIDAY MACHZORIM

contemporary
• furniture
• lighting
• wall decor
• gifts
• interiors

.

For All Synagogues
In The Detroit Metropolitan Area

Call in
your

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ESROG

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Now

Midwest
Distributors for

PREFABRICATED
SUKKAHS

Complete with bamboo
or bamboo mats.
Canvas and fiberglass.
Many sizes available.
Call for prices

SPITZER'S 7-

Hebrew Book & Gift Center
11 Mile & Lahser, Southfield

casual
living
modes

Harvard Row Mall
356.6080 Open All Day Sunday

Contemporary
accessories
for over
34 years

Community High School
Has Opening Sunday

The Community Jewish
High School will hold its
opening session at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday at the United Hebrew
Schools building.
The opening session will in-
troduce Rabbi Bruce Aft, the
new high school principal.
The session will feature Rab-
bi Philip Spectre, director of
the Masorati Conservative
movement in Israel, and Bar-
bara Spectre of the Melton

544.1711
22961 Woodward, Ferndale, MI

rent events, Hebrew composi-
tion and biblical texts are in-
cluded in the program.
Intensive Learning is a
four-year program of Hebrew
study in original rabbinic and
contemporary texts, for those
with a strong Hebrew and
Judaica background. The pro-
gram will include conversa-
tional Hebrew, culture and
current events.
The paraprofessional pro-
gram is modeled on
university-level student
teaching internship. Students
work as aides in a classroom.

FOR WOMEN

Jews In Film
Talk Nears

ARTY HORN
ENTY!

For the best birthday party this side of a Shirley Temple movie, come celebrate with us at Tally Hall! Just
$5.00 per person includes your choice of menus, four tokens per guest for use at Marvin's Marvelous
Mechanical Museum, a gift bag and helium balloon for everyone, and your choice from our selection of very
special party decorations.

CHECK OUR OPTIONS, like special merchant discounts, incredible Haagen Dazs ice cream birthday cakes,
or put the whole gang on TV with a special video memory package!

Or Let us Help Take
Your Party Home!

For any occasion, call on Hunters Square and Tally
Hall merchants to make your next party a grand
affair. Choose catering from a worldwide range of
menus, select party favors and decorations . . .
Simply call any of the fine merchants listed to make
your first party planning decision the best!

Anita's Kitchen
855-4150
Bear Essentials
855-6577
Bernie's Deli
851-8960
Cafe Francophile . .855-4492
Cafe Grill
855-3212
Cajun Station
737-0222
Canary & Elephant . . . 851-9893
China Express
626-9150
Continental Sandwich 851-5899
Cookie Nook
855-0646
CPI Photo Finish . . .855-5788
Fry Bar
855-4892
The Fudgery
626-2566
Garden Patch Express 626-3715
Guest Artist
851-9099
Haagen-Dazs
855-5040

Rabbi Philip Spectre

Center of the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem, who will
speak on "Why Be Jewish —
Facing Challenges and
Changes as We Approach the
21st Century!' This session is
open to all high school
students and their parents.
Some of the ways in which
the high school will program
to meet the needs of the high
school students will be by pro-
viding the following special
programs:
The Family Living Room is
for families who wish to study
and explore together Jewish
issues of broad interest. This
Sunday program is a joint
venture with Jewish Ex-

Hamons Sports Col . .851-2060
Harry's Frosty Yogurt 851-1080
Hollywood Squeeze ..626-8640
Honey Tree
855-4866
India Delight
855-6263
Let's Entertain
855-3838
Marvin's Marvelous
Mechanical Museum 851-9099
Max & Erma's Rest. .. 855-0990
Nellie's 1900
626-7466
1 Potato 2 Potato . . . . 626-8720
One Up Coney Island 855-4733
Par's Kitchen
851-3211
Pizza Plenty
855-4620
Submarine, Base
855-3848
Truan's Candies
855-9292

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1988

City Of Hope
Group Gathers

The City of Hope Helen
Rosenberg Cancer Fighters
will hold their opening
meeting at the Colony Park
club house on Monday at
noon.
Lunch will be served. The
guest speaker will be
Margaret Basta. She will
speak on collecting china,
sterling and crystal. For infor-
mation, call Judy Shapiro,
542-3057.

Abortion Funds
Session Topic

Barbara Spectre

HUNTERS SQUARE/TALLY HALL

Dr. Eric A. Goldman will
speak to Temple Israel
Sisterhood following a noon
luncheon on Monday at the
temple. Goldman's topic will
be "The Depiction of the Jew
in American Cinema!'
The lecture is sponsored by
the Daniel M., Sophie and Ar-
thur Hass Memorial Fund,
and was arranged through
the JWB lecture bureau.
There is no charge for
sisterhood members in good
standing. There is a donation
for guests. Reservations are
required. Call the temple of-
fice for information and reser-
vations, 661-5700.

periences For Families and
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth Director
Rabbi Marc Cohen.
Hebrew Ulpan is a four-
year program for serious
language students. Four
hours weekly of conversa-
tional Hebrew, Israeli
literature, culture and cur-

The National Council of
Jewish Women, Greater
Detroit Section, will hold two
training sessions for those
who want to speak out on the
issue of retaining state fun-
ding for Medicaid abortions.
The sessions will be held on
Monday and on Sept. 29. The
programs are sponsored by
the section's public affairs
department. For information,
call NCJW, 258-6000.

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