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April 11, 1975 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, April 11, 1975

ERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL

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Licensed Electrologist
FRE Consultation
private and confidential by appointment

358-5493

MARTHA JO SNIDER,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Snider of George.
Washington Ave., South-
field, received the James B.
Angell Scholar Award from
the University of Michigan.
The award is presented "in
recognition of a perfect
scholarship record ."

ISRAEL SUMMER YOUTH ADVENTURE

SIX WEEK PROGRAM IN ISRAEL
MICHIGAN - OHIO
under the personal guidance of HAZZAN ROBERT SHAPIRO

• A complete Jewish experience • meals
• intensive sightseeing and cultural
program throughout ISRAEL.
TEENS OR PARENTS WISHING INFORMATION MAY MEET HAZZAN SHAPIRO WHEN HE VISITS
DETROIT ON MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 14 AT 4:00 p.m. This meeting win take place at B'nai
Moshe Congregation, 14390 W. Ten Mile Rd. in the office of Hazzan Louis Klein.

AGES: 14-19
COST: $1,336.00

FOR BROCHURE or INFORMATION call in DETROIT 864-3077 / or write



HAVURAT- YISRAEL — ISRAEL TOUR 2727 KENWOOD BLVD, TOLEDO, OHIO 43606

OPEN TO ALL



Once again Doug Hoffman, Ltd.

brings you the finest spring fashions.
Suits, sport coats and slacks from the
foremost designers of fashion clothing, like
Tiger of Sweden, Cardin, Rafael, Van Gils and
Frank Olivier.
Shirts in spring's fantastic colors and prints
by Cassini, Roland and Cardin.
And the most contemporary neckwear
from famous makers like Courchevel, Franck
Olivier and Panchaldi.
To complete your spring look, outstanding
shoes fashioned from the finest leathers
by Volare.

Dinner. for Bnai Moshe Youth

Bnai Moshe Senior United
Synagogue Youth (grades
9-12) will hold an Israeli
Progressive Dinner Satur-
day, meeting `8 p.m. at the
synagogue. Felafal will be
served and there will be a
party and movie. For infor-
mation, contact social vice
president, Judy Stein,
557-9499. Lea Stollman is
adviser.
Senior USY will hold a so-
cial action project focusing
on Soviet Jewry 2 p.m. Sun-
day in the youth lounge.
Kadima (grades 7-8) will
sponsor a weekend kinnus
Igathering) in Toronto, On-
tario. April 24-27. Activities
will include a shul-in and a
trip to the Toronto Science

Come in and see the rest of our spring
fashions. We've got just about everything for
the man who likes wearing the most
contemporary clothffig.

Doug Hoffman, Ltd

We didn't invent good taste ...We just have it!

NewOrleins Matt
15600 W. 10 Mile, at Greenfield
Southfield, Michigan Phone: 557-3313

Monday-Thursday-Friday,
9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday-Wednesday-Saturday,
9:30 a.m. to , 6 p.m. -

Center. Registration forms
must be _turned in to the
youth office no later than
Wednesday. For forms and
additional information, con-
tact adviser Sharon Landau
545-6951, or the president,
Ronnie Demak, 968-0474.
Halutzim (grades 5-6)
will hold an oneg Shabat 2
p.m. Saturday in the youth
lounge. There will - be
Shabat stories, games and
refreshments. For reserva-
tions, contact adviser
Diane Goldring, 851-3728.
The Halutzim group will
take a trip to a pin-ball ar-
cade on April 20, meeting 2
p.m. in the youth lounge.
Refreshments_ will be
served. -There will be a
charge. For information,
contact advisor Diane
Goldring at 851-3728. Sandy
Kestenberg is in charge of
the event. She can be
reached at 544-7351.
Giborim (grades 3-4) will
_ go roller-skating Sunday,
meeting 1:30 p.m. in the
youth lounge. The youth
lounge will be open at 1 p.m.
for anyone who wishes to
come early and play games.
Allan Dix and Steven Gross
are in charge of the event,
Refreshments will be
served. For reservations,

contact-adviser, Steve Ki-
.deckel, 968-1765.
All Bnai Moshe youth
groups Kadima, Halut-
zim and Giborim — are in-
vited to attend Shabat serv-
ices with junior
congregation (ages 9-13) 10
a.m. every Saturday in the
board room. Mark Eichner
leads the group with Shabat
stories and discussions. A
special youth kidush is pro-
vided after the services.
Richard Demak is presi-
dent.
Talit and Tefilin,
boys
age-s I3 and
olc.,


will sponsor its annual
community breakfast 9
a.m. May 11_ at the syn-
agogue. Members of the
group are now selling
breakfast to help raise
money for the coming
year: - Mark Ankerman is
president and ticket chair-
man. Regular services and
breakfast will be held 8:30
a.m. Sunday with bowling
to follow. Ralph Goren is
adviser.
For information, call the
youth office at the syn-
agogue, 548-9000.

Wedding

Bar Mitzva

MOVIES

very reasonable

YI Halutzim Plan
Weekend of Events

626-2767

Young Israel Halutzim
(grades 3-5) will hold a ;
weekend of activities, begin-
ning with a Shabat meeting
at 2:30 p.m._Saturday. For
information, call Hartley
Harris, 968-3563.
The Halutzim will go.
roller-skating on Sunday,
meeting 1:30 p.m. at Young
Israel of Greenfield. Re-
freshments will be served.
Junior YoUng Israel
Teens (grades 6-8) will go
horseback riding April 20,
meeting 1 p.m. at Young
Israel of Greenfield. -A
marshmallow roast will fol-
low.
An arts and crafts ses-
sion will be held for 4-7-
year-olds 12:30 p.m. April
27 at Young Israel of
Greenfield. There will be a
minimal charge. Refresh-
ments will be provided.
For information, call
Hartley Harris, 968-3563; or
Sandy Singal, 547-9023.

.

Youth Award
Deadline Extended-

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Openings, closings & painting.
Chemicals, equipment, acces-
sories. We specialize in weekly
pool maintenance and all re-
pairs.
We make house calls for free
estimates.

557-2657 -
The deadline for submit-
ting nominations for the
Jewish Community Coun-
For Shower Gifts—,
cil's Walter E. Klein Youth
(
Award has been extended
CHECK OUR REGISTR4---Y
until April 18.
The award, the only one
ROOM AT THE BOTTOM
of its kind open to all Jewish
New Orleans Mall—
communal youth groups, is
Southfield
presented each year to the
organization that has given
NOW AVAILABLE
outstanding social service to
FOR YOUR
the Jewish and non-Jewish
community. -
HAPPY OCCASION
Youth group presidents
• Bar Mitzva • Wedding
wishing to nominate their
• Banquet, Etc.
group should submit a letter
detailing the group's activi-
and
"
ties during the past season.
Nominations may be for- •
warded to Mrs. Bertha Brot-
Singing, Dancing & Guitar
man, youth award chair-
CALL AFTER 6 P.M.
woman, Jewish Community
Council, 163 Madison, De-
troit, 48226.

SEVER1N
THOMAS

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541-4427

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