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January 24, 1992 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-24

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YOSI'S GLATT MAR

11) B UK 1

Full Service Glatt Kosher Butcher and Deli
IF IT'S YOSI'S IT'S GLATT TO BE GOOD"

OUR DELI IS OPEN FOR LUNCH!

SAN DWICH ES

$5.95
HOT: Corned Beef or Pastrami
COLD: Turkey Breast, Smoked Turkey,
$5.95
Turkey Pastrami
$4.95
Salami

All Sandwiches Include: Dollop of Coleslaw,
Potato Salad and Pickle

WEEKLY SHABBOS SPECIAL

On Thursday or Friday Only
Includes: ROTISSERIE CHICKEN

$15.00

Pint of Chicken Soup with Noodles or Matzo
Balls and Choice of Side Dish.
Please Place Your Order Early!

HOT SOUP MADE FRESH DAILY ... Call for Today's Soup

• Sweet Kugel • Potato Kugel • Potato Knishes • Kishka • Salads

DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS ... Call for Today's Special

• Spaghetti • Stuffed Peppers • Meat Balls • Chicken Cutlets • Veal Steaks • and Others
We can't make them fast enough.
ROTISSERIE CHICKENS must be ORDERED
Please Call Your Order In At Least 4 Hours In Advance.



Tiffany Plaza
32839 Northwestern Highway
(1 block southeast of 14 Mile)
855-8830

All kashrut laws strictly observed
under the supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

Yossell & Susan (Hollander) Kellman

6088 W. MAPLE AT FARMINGTON RD. • W. Bloomfield • 851-9666

SUNDAY 8 TO 3

OPEN MON: THRU SAT. 9 TO 6

THE PLACE FOR SMOKED FISH
EAT SMOKED FISH -LIVE BETTER

Larry Paul makes
FURNITURE
NEW.

Custom Restoration,
Lacquering,
Refinishing of new
or old furniture,
antiques, office
furniture, pianos.

9%idS

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For Free
Estimates

681-8280

A Large Assortment To Choose From
Rugelach Trays For All Occasions
33 75 Orchard Lake Rd. at Commerce Rd.

West Bloomfield, Michigan 48033
681-8060

Local & Nationwide Delivery Available

Tell us the occasion,
we'll do the rest.
354-3499

• Cookie & Candy Trays
• Hotel & Hospitality
Baskets

• Custom Orders
Welcome
• Balloons

29512 Northwestern

Southfield

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72 FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1992

FUR SALE!

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Sandee Nabat
Elaine KovinsIcy

GRobert 'Mann

Northwestern Highway at Inkster Road

Campaign Close-Up:
Part Of Community

Editor's note: The lives of
thousands of Jews here
and overseas are touched by
the agencies of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit. This is one of a
series that illustrates how
Federation agencies, sup-
ported by the Allied Jewish
Campaign, help people.

Leslie Handelman really
likes Hebrew school. She
should. She's an ace at
spelling in Hebrew and en-
joys learning about the Bi-
ble and the holidays. But
it's the teachers that make
learning about being
Jewish so much•fun. "I like
the teachers because
they're really nice."
Leslie is a student at
the Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue branch of the Agen-
cy for Jewish Education
of Metropolitan Detroit.
The Doherty Elementary
School fifth-grader is con-
tinuing a Jewish educa-
tional experience that
began at the United
Hebrew Schools nursery
school. Sisters Amy, 8 1/2,
and Elyse, 5, also attend
UHS classes.
About 1,100 children are
enrolled in the system,
among them 35 youngsters
with disabilities and 40
new Americans. More than
150 students receive
scholarships.
Leslie's Jewish activities
extend beyond AJE. Last
summer, she continued a
family tradition when she
attended the Bert L. and
Toba Smokier Pioneer
Skills Center at Camp
Maas, a camping program
of the Fresh Air Society.
One grandmother and
both parents had gone to
FAS camps as children.

FAS also operates Camp
Tamarack, and the Silver-
man Village program for
children with special
needs. For older campers
there are trips to Israel,
the western United States,
Alaska, upper Michigan
and Canada. Allied Jewish
Campaign contributions
allowed nearly one-third to
receive camperships. The
camp experiences provide
children and teens with
recreational and educa-
tional activities in a
Jewish environment.
One of Leslie's other

Leslie Handelman

favorite pastimes is going
to the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center, where
she has taken tap, ballet
and swimming lessons. "I
like the kids who go to the
Center!'
"She feels comfortable
there," her mother added.
"She knows that's where
she belongs!' Leslie, her
parents and sisters par-
ticipate together in Cha-
nukah workshops, matzah
baking and swimming.
Each year, about 15,000
children visit the Maple-

She's an ace at
spelling in
Hebrew and
enjoys learning
about the Bible
and the holidays.

Drake JCC and the Jimmy
Prentis Morris JCC in Oak
Park for recreational,
cultural, sports and Jewish
educational activities. The
JCC also has programs for
persons with special needs,
singles, senior adults,
teens, families and new
Americans. More than
800,000 visits are made to
the JCCs each year.
According to her mother,
going to UHS, Fresh Air
camp and the Jewish
Center have had a positive
impact on Leslie. "They
taught her what it's like to
be Jewishly identified,"
Mrs. Handelman said.
"She really feels she's a
part of the community."

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