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March 03, 1989 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-03

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BUBBIE-ZADIE & KINDER

Application

the birth of their daughter,
Melanie Anne. Proud big
brother and sister are Mat-
thew Henry and Jennifer
Susan. Happy grandparents
are Eleanor Goldstick of Oak
Park and Florence Newman
of Clayton, Mo. Thrilled
great-grandfather is Nathan
Zack of Oak Park. Melanie
Anne is named in loving
memory of her maternal
great-uncle, Morris Horwitz,
and her paternal great-grand-
father, Harry Goldstick.

JAN. 30 Danny Devries is
thrilled to announce the birth
of his younger brother, David
Elan Devries. Proud parents
are Drs. Jeffrey and Sheri
(Traison) Devries of West
Bloomfield. He is welcomed
with open arms by delighted
grandparents Robert and
Helen Devries of Oak Park,
Larry and Barbara Traison of
Bloomfield Hills, and
great-grandmothers, Ruby
Springel of Southfield and
Ruth Traison of Oak Park.
David Elan's middle name
was chosen in loving memory
of paternal great-grand-
mothers, Esther Pearlman
and Ella deVries.

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FOR EACH CHILD INCLUDE: (use additional sheets if necessary)
Age
Child's Name

Birth announcements
must be typed, double-
spaced and received by
The Jewish News no later
than 10 a.m. Tuesday for
that Friday's edition.
Please include your
phone number.

NEWS

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Intifada Drags,
Murders Rise?

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The in-
tifada, after nearly 15
months, is flagging and
Palestinian militants,
desperate to restore its
momentum, are resorting to
murder and "real terror," ac-
cording to Lt. Gen. Dan
Shomron, the Israel Defense
Force chief of staff.
He said that explains the
recent three-day general
strike by Palestinians in the
administered territories and
East Jerusalem, but also the
murder of a soldier outside
the Old City walls Saturday
and the suspected kidnap-
murder of another soldier
near Gaza last week.
Addressing military cor-
respondents here, Shomron
said the Palestinian
underground leadership
realizes the uprising has not
achieved its goals and fears
that if it fades from the public
eye, it will achieve nothing.

Grade

Address

Father's
iness

Mother s

Home
Phone

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P hone

Crib(s) needed
have not attended a Butzel Family Camp Program before.
have
We
We would like to be in the same guest house as:
WORKSHEET: gi
$105.00 per adult
FEES:
• S 60.00 per child 3.18 years old
$30.00 per child 2 years and younger

'If sharing room with adult, otherwise
price wal be adult fee.



Type It,
Please!

Zadie's
Business
Phone

Bobbie's
Business
Phone

Home
Phone

March 10-12, 1989

Last Name

Zadie

Bubble
Address

For grandparents, the Bubbie-Zadie and Kinder Weekend
is an experience you will treasure for a long time to come.
You and your grandchildren will be treated to a wide varie-
ty of fun activities from arts and crafts, to talent shows that
you can participate in together. Join the spirited singing,
dress up in costume, and even put on clown makeup.
In short, have the time of your life!

For Further Information Call
Jeffrey S. Metz or Carol Parven
661-0600

Application must be accompanied with a deposit of $50.00.
Please indicate to whom the remaining balance should be billed.

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With our experienced staff in charge of the activities you
will be able to spend a lot of quality time with your grand-
children. They will be pleased to help you have a com-
fortable and enjoyable time. You will also enjoy social ac-
tivities in the evening with the other adult participants.

Write checks to: BUTZEL CONFERENCE CENTER
6600 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48322

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Don't throw
away old books

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(cassette and songbook)

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NATIONALLY
ACCLAIMED

ORIGINAL JEWISH HOLIDAY SONGS FOR CHILDREN

DONATE THEM TO

(Tee Deduction)

Composed and Performed by Detroit's Own

ELAINE SERLING

BRANDEIS
UNIVERSITY

• teaches Jewish tradition through song
• used locally in Hebrew and Sunday Schools

CHILDREN ARE THE VOICES OF TOMORROW

NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE

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The Jewish. Music of Today!

GIVE THE GIFT OF MUSIC!

DANZA PUBLICATIONS

Annual Used Book Sale
Proceeds To
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES

280 N. Woodward - Suite 406 • Birmingham, MI 48009
(313) •661-4557

Drop Off Book Depot:

25595 Coolidge, Oak Park, MI 48237

399-3845

For Pick-up Call 341-2461

ALL BOOK CONTRIBUTIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE

Send To: (Please Print)

Name

Address'

City/State

IN PAIN?
NEED A
CHIROPRACTOR?

Phone:

Zip:

1 Cassette

1 Songbook

$8.95

9.95

Combination 17.00

lull payment with order

No. of Cassettes

No of Songbooks

Add $1.50 postage/handling

TOTAL DUE

DILLMAN CHIROPRACTIC
CLINIC

Dr. William Dillman

5755 W. Maple, Suite #107
West Bloomfield
626-3030
25950 Greenfield
Oak Park
968-3977

LIMITED OFFER

"Please, my little girl
needs blood'.'

FULL LENGTH COAT

• Beaver • Racoon • Coyotte

7495 00
Brickeranis Furs

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6335 ORCHARD LAKE RD • ORCHARD MALL
855-9200
West Bloomfield

Imagine if you had to ask for blood to save the life of someone you love.
Next time the American Red Cross asks, give blood, please.

GIVE BLOOD, PLEASE

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American
Red Cross

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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