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May 21, 1993 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-21

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A FAMILY PORTRAIT*

TOGETHER
FOREVER

NOW IS THE TIME!!
YOUR HOUSE OR OURS...

OR... THE GREAT OUTDOORS

*Special gift offer with Family Portrait appointments made by June 25, 1993

CAPTURE YOUR FINEST MOMENT

LUCIGIHT

MASTER OF

26751 W. TWELVE MILE RD.

3 DAYS ONLY

Saturday, May 22
Monday, May 24
Tuesday, May 25

30% OFF

Eugene Sherizen

kir 61 1 3

352-7030

FOR THE ULTIMATE IN QUALITY BANDS.
CALL LORIO-ROSS ENTERTAINMENT

We provide continuous music
with either bands and/or DJ's

RUMPLESTILTSKIN
JERRY ROSS BAND
HOT ICE
SIMONE VITALE
NORMA JEAN BELL
SUN MESSENGERS
REFLECTIONS
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Maternity • Children's
Layette

4301 Orchard Lake Road West Bloomfield, MI
Inside Crosswinds Mall • At Lone Pine Road

855-3214

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505 S. Lafayette
Royal Oak, MI 48067

FLOWERS FOR ANY OCCASION

1/2 OFF

ANY CUT FLOWER SELECTION
$20 or more

Cantor Samuel Greenbaum

with coupon • cash & carry
Expires May 31, 1993

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"Tradition with a gentle touch"

Office: 547-7970

Call Jerry or Julie Ross
to view any of these
bands on video

(313) 398-9711

Hours:
Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
Thursday 10-8:00

No charges. All sales
final. Not applicable
to any previous sales.

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Machon Plans
Dinner, Lectures

Eugene Sherizen has been
appointed Machon L'Torah's
annual banquet chairman.
Mr. Sherizen, president of
Lighting Supply Co., Fern-
dale, is an activist and philan-
thropist involved with
numerous charitable projects.
The annual banquet will
feature Rabbi Ephraim Buch-
wald of New York, who is
president of the National
Jewish Outreach Programs.
The event will be held June 9
at the Plaza Hotel. For reser-
vations and information, call
Machon, 967-0888.
Machon Elbrah will hold
two pre-Shavuot seminars.
On May 24, Rabbi Avraham
Jacobovitz will lead a pro-
gram on "Shavuot - The For-
gotten Holiday of All
Holidays" 7:30 p.m. May 24.
Refreshments will be served;
there is no charge.
In conjunction with Project
Achim, Machon will hold a
Sunday morning program for
new immigrants 11 a.m. May
23. The program will feature
Rabbi Jacobovitz who will
speak on "Secrets of Real Suc- •
cess." Refreshments will be
served; there is no charge.
Both programs will be held
at the Machon Learning
Center, 15221 W 10 Mile Rd.,
Oak Park. For information
and reservations, call the
Machon office, 967-0888.

India, Pakistan
Talk Focus

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will con-
tinue a series of talks on
Muslim fundamentalism 8:30
p.m. May 24 at the Birm-
ingham Temple. He will
discuss "Muslim Fundamen-
talism: India and Pakistan."
A discussion will follow.
There is a charge.

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