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April 03, 1992 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-03

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1 LOCAL NEWS

LOST OUR LEASE

SALE

"CLEAN UP WHILE WE CLEAR OUT"
STORE-WIDE SALE 25-75% OFF

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Tissue Paper and Clothes

We are proud of the artful cleaning and the
fine finish our pressing gives your clothes. But
nothing ruins our work like hanging on a
hanger in a crowded closet. So we stuff each
garment with tissue paper to help keep the fine
pressed finish. We stuff the sleeves, body and
collar with tissue paper so that the garment
will be ready to go when you are.

Skillfully Stuffed:

One of the many reasons why knowledgeable
customers say:
"MY Cleaners is my cleaners."
Located on Northwestern Highway
at 12 Mile Road

YOUR VINTAGE WRISTWATCH
COULD BE WORTH $10,000

WE NEED THE FOLLOWING
MEN'S WATCHES

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"SELL WHERE THE DEALERS SELL'

CORPORATION

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To Sell A Watch Phone:
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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1992

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(JUST N. OF CATALPA)
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for 75 years

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(Between 10 and 11 Mile Roads)

CALL 557-4230

BOOKS

We Buy and Sell
Good Used Books

LIBRARY BOOKSTORE

5454300

Open 7 Days

Books Bought

In Your Home

M. Sett:gainer

Family Passover
Event Planned

Lunch And Learn
About Passover

The Jewish Community
Center and Jewish Ex-
periences For Families will
present Primarily Passover, a
preschool and early primary
Passover family experience,
6:30-8 p.m. April 7-8 at the
Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Families will create Pesach
pillows for their seder at
home and will take home a
Touchable Haggadah kit. The
Matzah Factory will be open
for matzah making. There
will be a charge of $2 for each
child at the Matzah Factory
only. All areas of the
Discovery Room will be open.
The storytelling of the
"Passover Parrot" will be
April 7. A Pesach sing-along
with Maureen Schiffman and
her puppet Coco will take
palce April 8.
A donation of chametz is re-
quested for Project Chametz,
a project to feed the non-
Jewish hungry before Pesach.
For reservations by April 6,
call the J.E.F.F. office,
662-1000.

Rabbi Herschel Finman,
director of Education
Outreach for Lubavitch Foun-
dation, will lead two lunch
and learns titled "The Rise
and Fall of the Egyptian Em-
pire, or Don't Pass Over
Passover" 12:15 p.m. April 7
at Congregation Tephilath
Moses in Mount Clemens and
12:15 p.m. April 8 as- part of
the Jewish Judicial Seminar
in the offices of Wayne Coun-
ty Chief Circuit Judge
Richard C. Kaufman, 705 Ci-
ty/County Building, Detroit.
The lectures are open to the
public. There is a charge for
kosher lunch and reserva-
tions are required for both
luncheons. For reservations,
call Rabbi Finman, 737-7000.

Dr. Conrad Giles
Is MJC President

The board of directors of the
Michigan Jewish Conference
has appointed Dr. Conrad
Giles as president. The MJC
is a statewide network to
share information and ideas,
exchange views and facilitate
the political relations needs of
its 13 member commun-
ities.
Executive Committee chair-
man and past president of the
Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit, Dr.
Giles played a significant role
in the development of the
MJC. He also was involved in
the creation of the Task Force
on Services for Persons with
Disabilities and chaired the
Jewish Education Planning
Committee.
The Conference works to
develop and maintain a spirit
of unity and cooperation
among Jewish communities
of Michigan to collectively ad-
vance their mutual goals and
ideals.

Group Sets
Book Review

The Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute will present a book
review of Chutzpah by Alan
Dershowitz 8:30 p.m. April 10
at the Franklin Pointe Club-
house. The panel includes
Ruth Ditkoff, Gerald Fried-
man, David Moskowitz and
Ruth Waldfogel.

Keshet Hosts
Passover Event

Keshet, an organization for
Jewish Families of Children
with Special Needs, will pre-
sent a Family Passover Ex-
perience 2-4:30 p.m. April 12
at Congregation Beth Achim.
Families will have the op-
portunity to walk through the
various steps of the Passover
seder, with crafts, activities
and refreshments at several of
the stations.
This event is open to all
families of individuals with
special needs; including
children and young adults,
parents, grandparents and
siblings.
The Family Passover Ex-
perience is co-sponsored by
Keshet, Jewish Experiences
for Families (J.E.F.F.), and the
Agency for Jewish Education.
A donation per family is
requested.
For information or to
register, call Ronelle Grier,
661-6905; or Carol Kaczander,
967-4357.

High School
Yearbook '92

The Jewish News will
honor the area's brightest
Jewish high school
seniors in our annual
"yearbook" in May.
Area high school prin-
cipals have been asked to
distribute our form to
their five Jewish students
with the highest grade
point average (minimum
3.6 required).
If you feel you qualify
but have not been con-
tacted, please check with
your principal. Deadline
for submission to The
Jewish News is April 24.

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