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February 22, 1974 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-22

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Sangria for Singles

Bnai Moshe Singles will
have a Sangria Dance for
singles 21-35 at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue.
There will be entertainment
and refreshments. There is
an admission charge. For in-
formation, call the syna-
gogue, 548-9000.

FACIAL HAIR
PERMANENTLY
REMOVED

Eyebrows—Neckline—Arms—Legs

Recommended by Physicians

FREE CONSULTATION

SHIRLEY PERSIN

Registered Electrologist

ADVANCE BUILDING

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'Room 260

Nr. Northlond d Providence Hospital

PHONE 557-1108

IS Years Downtown

Jewish Scholarship Service Lists
$18,000 ill Loans to Students

Long-term loans totaling
$18,000 were granted recent-
ly to Jewish college students
in need of financial assist-
ance at the winter meeting
of the Committee on Jewish
Scholarship Service, accord-
ing to chairman John L.
Greenberg.
This meeting was the first
of three regularly held dur-
ing the year to distribute
funds to students. Last year,
a total of $56,000 in scholar-
ship aid was made available
to 75 students.
Students receiving assist-
ance attend Michigan schools,
including Oakland Commu-
nity College, University of
Detroit, University of Michi-
gan and Wayne State Uni-

Let The Professionals Perform

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Jeep Sm ith — Dick Stein
Shelby Lee — Patty Grant
Mori Little — Leonard McDonald Etc.
From one to any number of musicians

Complete Party Planning on Request

358-2777
"Music T he Stein Way"

*

the paper place

WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS
BAR MITZVAS SWEET 16 & SHOWERS

(at North Park Place)

357-311'1 .

9:30-4:30 Mon.-Sat.

THE TIME TO FAVOR ZION
HAS COME!

WRITE FOR YOUR FREE COPY
OF THIS BOOKLET

P.O. Box 89

E. Detroit, Mi. 48021

JUDIES

Judy Schultz

Fine Fashions

Arlene Gurecki

All Fall & Winter
Merchandise
Until March 1st

at COST and BELOW COST

• Sportswear • Pantsuits • Lingerie

• Coats • Dresses and Jewelry

Jr. — Misses — 1/2 Sizes 3-241/2

New Merchandise
Arriving Daily

2635 Coolidge (corner Catalpa)

Mon.-Sat. 10-4:30

BANKAMERICARD

ziAelcome ‘eze

-

548-0390

*

Collegians Get -
Hand From NCJW

• Invitations •• Gifts • Favors
• Stationery • Party Planning

16300 North Park Drive
Southfield, Mich.

versity. They may be en-
rolled in undergraduate or
graduate schools, as well as
in technical fields of • study.
Monetary aid is given on
the basis of the applicant's
academic qualifications and
financial need.
The Jewis h Scholarship
Service is a coordinating
function of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation. Its program
is administered by the Jew-
ish Vocational Service-Com-
munity Workshop, a Federa-
tion agency.
Committee members who
determine aid given to stu-
dents are representatives of
more than 30 Federation, or-
ganizational a n d private
funds within the Jewish corn-
munity which make money
available to the service.
Among the principal partici-
pants in the service are the
National Council of Jewish
Women. Greater Detroit Sec-
tion; Maimonides Medical
Society, Women's Auxiliary;
and the Ruth Franklin Ein-
stein Educational Fund of
Temple Beth El.
For information, call Kal-
man Tillem at the Jewish
Vocational Service - Commu-
nity Workshop, 833-8100.



Interest-free loans a r e
available to college students
through the education assist-
ance committee of the
Greater Detroit Section, Na-
tional Council of J e w is it
Women.
Mrs. B. Benedict Glaser,
chairman, noted that young
people are finding it increas-
ingly difficult to obtain gov-
ernment, bank and school
loans. However, organizations
such as NCJW are trying to
fill some of the need.
T h e education assistance
committee has 210 active
cases on its books.
In 1973, the committee
helped 40 students through
NCJW allocations to the Ed-
ucation Assistance Fund, in
honor of Ida E. Ginsburg,
past Detroit council presi-
dent, and from tributes to
our other memorial scholar-
ship funds. The latter are
named for Henry and Gussie
Freund, John, Ella and Stan-
ley Imerman, Vera Parshall
Shiffman, Charles F. Rosen,
Elsa F. Welling and NCJW
Perpetual Memorial Fund.
They have aided students
in every field, and the loan
repayment is not required
until they have completed
their education and ha v e
established themselves.
Co-chairman of the educa-
tion assistance committee is
Mrs. Joseph Garlock; record-
ing secretary, Mrs. Howard
B. Appelman; and adviser,
Mrs. Sol C. Grossman.

Elaine _Brant to Be

Sarason-Pfau

Bride of Neil lfiller

Troth Announced,

Bible
A Bible and a newspaper
in every borne, a good school
in every district—all studied
and appreciated as they
merit—are the principal sup-
port of virtue, morality and
civil liberty. — Benjamin
Franklin.

MISS ELAINE BRANT

ELIZABETH SARASON

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Brant of Blackstone Ave.,
Oak Park, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Elaine Rochelle to Neil Allen
Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Miller of Creekview
Ave., West Bloomfield.
Miss Brant is a junior at
Eastern Michigan University
majoring in art. She plans
to attend the Society of Arts
and Crafts art school. Her
fiance was graduated from
the University of Michigan
and attends Wayne State
University's law school.
A June wedding is planned.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Kenneth
Sarason of Concord Rd.,
Huntington Woods, announce
the engagement of their
daughter Elizabeth Ann to
Daniel Robert Pfau, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Erving S. Plau
of Newton Centre, Mass.
Miss Sarason is a senior
at Brandeis University, from
which her fiance was grad-
uated.
A June wedding is planned.

MAX SCHRUT

for quality photographs
and fast service
call me at

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STUDIO

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We come to your home with samples

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Sometimes Only the Best
Is Good Enough.

Find out for yourself why many of the corporations,
professional organizations, and finer country clubs in and
around Detroit have made FENBY-CARR "their"
entertainers year after year.
Offering the widest range of music from Tin Pan Alley
to Rock, from B-way to Latin American to Israeli,
FENBY-CARR is the outstanding entertainment value for
your party!

Center Program
for Young Adults

The Jewish Center an-
nounces a new young adult
program, offering a game
room, swimming, volleyball,
paddleball, basketball, re-
freshments and conversation
3-5 p.m. Sundays at the main
building. There is a nominal a vocal-instrumental quintet with lovely Belinda Blanchard
charge for nonmembers.
Call Milt Aptekar, 626-6190
*
*
Folk dancing instruction
IdEAs!
will be held 8 p.m. Saturday
at the 10 Mile Branch. Quali-
fied instructors will give in-
struction on international and
Israeli folk dancing.

FENBYINI CARR Orchestra

13RighT

Chopped Karate Film
Drives Fans Wild

Israel Week Slated at WSU

films, speakers and distribu-
tion of literature at various
points on campus. The Hillel
Foundation offices will be
decorated on an Israeli
theme, and there will be
Israeli food and music.
„ chajrm qn„ is, „)VI,i,c,h,a,el.
,
Feigelman.

Riqin - IdEAS!

.

JERUSALEM—The Edison
Cinema, the city's oldest
movie house, was closed in-
definitely due to damage
caused by 500 karate film
fans who went wild after the
film was switched for a chil-
dren's movie.
The film, "The Steel Fin-
ger," produced in Hong Kong
by the late American-born
star, Bruce Lee, was re-
placed by a special Sabbath
eve matinee screening for
children.
The management said that
the audience demanded a
switch back to the original
film, and when the manage-
ment refused to comply, they
tore up the screen, broke
windows and smashed chairs.
Police were called by the
only usher in the theater, but
Make the most of yourself, they arrived an hour later
for that is all there is of you. only to find a wrecked, emp-
—Ralph Waldo Emerson.
ty theater.

An Israel Information
Week, coinciding with Aliya
Month throughout the coun-
try, will be held on campus
of Wayne State University
Monday through March 2.
Educational, cultural and
,social, aspects. of. Israel
be conveyed through daily

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34—Friday, Feb. 22, 1974

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