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September 06, 2002 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-06

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Tradition! Tradition!

Community

Mazel Toy!

always has

a holiday feeling

and
we wish all of

you
a joyous
celebration!

Ahem R. Nelson

Tradition! Tradition!
(248)557-0109

Anniversaries

BROOK 65TH

33

velyn and Alfred
Brook of Southfield
celebrated their 65th
wedding anniversary
on May 23. Joining in the cele-
bration were their children,
grandchildren and great-grand-
children.

wvvw.allthing sjewish.corn

A Healthy and Happy

NEW TEAR

277

To All Our Friends,
Customers and Relatives

KURTIS 50TH

6718-C ORCHARD LAKE ROAD

(In the West Bloomfield Plaza • 1/4 Mile South of Maple Rd.)

HOURS: MON-FRI 10 AM-5:30 PM • SATURDAY 10 AM - 5 PM

Joe' eorzkm-u,

ENTERTAINMENT

Dan,

nerifflfffteek

Everyone has made such positive comments not only regarding your
unlimited energy, but your ability to get people up and dancing. The
music was great!!! You guys were unbelievable!

We are so glad we invited "Joe!"

The Grinters

Dan fiSCItel

9/ 6
2002

102

"It's just not a party if 'jo.s-'5,' not invited"

248.356.6000

wWw.joecorneiLcom

everly (Cornfield)
and Jerome Kurtis of
Southfield recently
celebrated, in
Alaska, their 50th wedding
anniversary. Joining them on a
cruise were their children Kevin
and Shellie and good friend
Moshe Koren.

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