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April 14, 1989 - Image 125

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-14

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B'NAI MITZVAH I

Presented by The
Jewish Theological
Seminary of America
with the support of
Edith and Henry Everett

The Secret to

a greener healthier lawn is com-
petent, consistent service.

Lasser To 'Nan
Bat Mitzvah

Beth Anne Lasser,
daughter of Suzanne and
Allan Lasser, will twin her
bat mitzvah Saturday at Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek
with Anzhela Abramova,
daughter of Elizaveta and
Efim Abramov.
The Abramovas have been
denied permission to leave
the Soviet Union since 1973.

At Shecter Land-
scaping, Inc. we are
committed and
equipped to
provide quality
service.

Lawn Mainten-
ance Program

Satisfaction
Guaranteed

Core Aeration

If you are unhappy
with the results of an
application, let us know
— we will re-treat your
lawn free of charge.

I LOCAL NEWS Immi'm

FLower Show
At DIA

"Art and Flowers: A
Festival of Spring" runs
through Sunday at the De-
troit Institute of Arts. The
show includes floral arrange-
ments, demonstrations, hor-
ticultural and gardening dis-
plays. More than 50 flower ar-
rangements will complement
works of art in the museum's
permanent collection.
On Saturday, demonstra-
tions will be presented on
plant propagation by David
Smith, wild and edible
flowers by Christopher Steele,
and Ikebana, the Japanese
art of flower arrangement, by
Ibmmy Thompson
There is a charge for some
events. For information, con-
tact the Founders Society
Development Office,
833-7969.

MHS Holds
Mutt Derby

The Michigan Humane
Society (MHS) will hold the
sixth annual Rosey Mutt Der-
by at the State Fair Coliseum
1:30 p.m. May 7. The event, in
which dogs race to their
owners to raise money for the
MHS, kicks off "Be Kind to
Animals" week.
There is a charge. All dogs
entered to race must have a
comercially accepted collar
and leash and state, county or
city dog license. All dogs must
have current vaccinations
against distemper, parvovirus
and rabies. Proof of vaccina-
tion is requried.

'Open -Doors'
On Passover

"Open Doors," sponsored by
the Jewish Community Coun-
cil, will feature a special pro-
gram on Passover at 6:30 a.m.
Sunday on WDIV-TV (Ch. 4).
Fred L. Goldenberg will
narrate the illustrated story
of Passover, and discuss the
holiday's relevance.

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Our fertilizing program
has been carefully
developed to provide a
deep, green lawn free
of weeds & crabgrass.

Allows air, water, and
fertilizer to better
penetrate to the root
system. Helps control
thatch and promotes a
healthier lawn.

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USICAL
PAS SAGE

A PASSOVER SPECIAL

The saga of the Soviet Emigre
Orchestra, whose members left
Russia in search of personal and
professional freedom. Introduc-
tion by Rabbi Leonid Feldman,
also a Soviet emigre.

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and many more promotional items

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Wishing All Our Customers & Friends
A Very Healthy and Happy
PASSOVER

ROAD RALLY '89

Exciting • Fun • Challenging

Sunday, May 6, 1989 7:30 p.m. SHARP

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$18.00 per couple

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Warm Wishes for a
Healthy Passover

TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS

For information or to
register call by April 26.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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