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May 07, 1993 - Image 19

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-07

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Over 40 Wonderful
Shops & Services

ye rediscovered

APPAREL /ACCESSORIES

AZADE
BABY AND ME
COCKTAILS

Crosswinds...

COMPLAISANT/COMPLAISANT KIDS

DION'S WORLD OF WATCHES
DIVINE KNITS
ELEGANCE TAILORING
FABULOUS RAGS, RICHES &
THINGS
LEONA
SALLY'S DESIGN BOUTIQUE
TRENDS FOR YOUNG MEN

1992 study showed that 49
percent of its residents
thought Southfield was a de-
sirable place to live.
Jack Seman, who is
Chaldean, said the answer to
Southfield's problems is sim-
ple. And it spills over into all
ethnic relations.
"If we have a problem with
blacks, Chaldeans, Jews,
whites, we need to break
bread together," he said. "We
have to respect each other's
religions, our differences.
Let's sit down together and
do this because breaking
bread is a sign of unity." ❑

ART /CARDS /

GIFTS

AMY'S HALLMARK
CONTINENTAL EXCLUSIVES
DANIELLE PELEG ART GALLERY
REGARDS
RICK BURGER STUDIO

RESTAURANTS /FOOD
DETROIT BAGEL FACTORY
THE COFFEE TRADER
HOA KOW OF WEST BLOOMFIELD
MANUEL'S
MERLIN'S
PIZZA HUT
YOGURT DELIGHTS

LUGGAGE / ACCESSORIES

HARRISON LUGGAGE

SALONS/SPAS
ANOTHER NAIL STUDIO
KITTY WAGNER FACIAL
SALON & SPA
MARIOMAX SALON
NAIL CONCEPTS
PETER NIELSEN'S
PERSONAL TRAINING
SALVATORE'S SALON

Machon Plans
Two Programs

Machon EThrah will hold a
Siddur workshop titled "How
to Pray as a Jew" 10-11 a.m.
starting May 9 at the Ma-
chon. Rabbi Avraham Jacobo-
vitz will lead these workshops
for five consecutive weeks.
Rabbi Jacobovitz will ex-
plore the art of servicing the
heart and mind via prayer.
Reservations are required.
For information and reserva-
tions, call Machon, 967-0888.
Machon Elbrah will hold a
program titled "Thank God
It's Friday" May 14 at
Machon.
Rabbi Jacobovitz and Rabbi
Shmuel Irons will lead the
discussion.
There is a charge; dinner
will be served; reservations
are required: For information
and reservations call Machon.

Rummage Sale
At Beth El

Everything from bikes to
beds will be on sale at the
Temple Beth El Sisterhood's
annual Rummage Sale May
13-14 at the temple. There is
no admission charge.
Sale hours May 13 are 9
a.m.-7 p.m. May 14 hours are
9 a.m.-noon. Proceeds from
the sale benefit temple
projects.

Kabbalah Is
Program Topic

Congregation Beit Kodesh
will host an evening of Kab-
balah, Jewish mysticism, 9
p.m. May 8 at the synagogue.
Original music and com-
mentary will be presented by
Rabbi Craig Allen. A dona-
tion is requested. For infor-
mation call the synagogue,
477-8974.

SERVICES

BARRY'S LET'S RENT IT
BLOCKBUSTER VIDEO
CONTINENTAL CABLEVISION
ELEGANCE DESIGN TAILORING
LIEBERMAN PHOTOGRAPHY
MAI KAI CLEANERS
MISS BARBARA'S DANCE STUDIO
PALMER OPTICAL-LONE PINE
PINE LAKE SHOE REPAIR
SECRETARY OF STATE
WOLFE TRAVEL

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that has it all!

SPRING KowER SHOW AND SPECIAL
SATURDAY , MAY 8
GIFTS FOR MOM

OTHER

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M1SH-A-GARS CARDS

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