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April 25, 1975 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

One Man Orchestra
Standards to Rock

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singing guitarist w/Auto Drum -
also plays- violin and strolls

ROOM AT THE BOTTOM

New

Singles Events

Freddy Sheyer

For Shower Gifts

Music for all ages

Orleans Mall—
Southfield

$20 Wedding Ceremony

398-2462

PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL

04444 7644 ' '

Licensed Electrologist
FREE Consultation
private and confidential by appointment

358-549a

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SIN

dANCE.

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ApRit

8pm

• SHERATON-
SOUTHF ELD HOTEL

EVERY SUNDAY

Between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Wednesdays

between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.

THE JEWISH YOUNG
ADULT COUNCIL OF
METROPOLITAN DE-
TROIT AND WINDSOR
will sponsor a dance for
Jewish singles age 21-35 at 8
p.m. Sunday in the Shera-
ton-Southfield Hotel ball-
room (formerly Shia.wassee
Hotel). The American Scene
will provide music for danc-
ing, and refreshments will
be served. There is an ad-
mission charge.
* * *
"A SERIES OF EN-
COUNTERS," the Jewish
Community. Center-spon-
- soted social and cultural
organization for Jewish sin-
gles age 22-35, incorrectly
listed the date of its "X-
Rated Dance" on the first
group of invitations mailed
last week. The dance will be
held 8 p.m. May 4 at the
main Somerset Apts. club
house, 2501 Somerset Blvd.,
Troy. The Morinelli Trio
will provide music for danc-
ing, and refreshments will
be served. There is a nom-
inal charge. For informa-
tion, call Heidi Press, eve-
nings, '643-7672.
* * *
CRITERION CLUB, for
mature adults, will have an
open house 8 p.m. Wednes-
day at the Bonanza Sirloin
Pit, Southfield. It will be
"comedy night" and will

Pan Am Offers
London Tour

strictly kosher dinners

NEW YORK — Among
the newest tours featured in
Pan Am's World brochure
on Europe is the "Regency"
which offers 15 days in Eng-
land. The tour is one of Pan
Am's World Trend-Setter
vacations developed for
those who .wish to feel free
overseas, but still want the
major benefits of low cost
travel and hotel savings.
Every Trend-Setter vaca-
tion starts with a compre-
hensive half-day tour of
each city visited and in-
cludes continental breakfast
daily, shopping discounts,
guide books and maps, a
flight bag and color film.
For information, contact
a travel agent.

under supervision of the council of orthodox rabbi's

Oasis

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Catering

1E-

no admission
at Labor Zionist Institute
28555 Middlebelt, Farmington

between 12 8 13 Mile Rds.

call for reservations 626-0404

we

Are The

ONLY

Pie& Fitialstau'a

conclude the series of public
programs for this season.
Charlie Chaplin in "Dough
and Dynamite," and Laurel
and Hardy in "The Money
Machine" are the movies
that will be shown. "What I
Like Least About. the La-
dies" will be discussed in a
comedic vein by Harvey
Katz and Max Shaiken and
"What I Like Least About
Menfolk" will be discussed
similarly by Yona Radzin
and Bee Diamond. Guests
are invited without charge.
For information, call Sylvia
Bruch, 545-1108.

Abe Cherow, Says.

You owe it to yourself
to get more than one
price when you decide
to upholster.

Call LU 4-5900

ARTISTIC UPHOLSTERERS INC.

5755

(1

SCHAEFER RD.

block North of Food Rd )

Dearborn LU 4.5900
Open Daily 8 a,m to 5 p m

c5afon.

Irene Gurwin, Lynne and associates appreciate your
patronage and best wishes for making our first year a
most pleasant one.

Manic

Open Sundays
by Appt.

Specializing In

• Unusual Gifts • Lamps • Tables
• Decorative Accessories • Wall Decor Specialists

Interior Decorating Service

Come In and Browse or call for appt.

22120 Coolidge Oak Park (next to Marti k) 545-1410

Baron has been named
printing coordinator for the
national convention in July.
Abraham Satovsky of De-
troit has been named con-
vention comptfoller, and
Rosenberg, Abe Katzman of
Oak Park, and Carl Lichten-
stein of Detroit are active in
the convention planning.

ou

Offering every phase of
hair styling for YOU.

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15075 Lincoln Dr., Oak Park

968-0074

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SHIRTS
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CHECKED

MADRAS

Detroiters Named
to Men's Club Body

Allan Rosenberg of the
Cong. Beth Achim Men's
Club has been elected execu-
tive vice president for the
Great Lakes Region of the
National Federation of Jew-
ish Men's Clubs. Len Baron,
of Southfield, was elected a
vice president at the same
meeting in Rochester, N.Y.

ABE CHEROW, President

LINCOLN TOWERS

Registration Open
at Center Nursery

Member-only registration
is open now through May 19
for the fall semester of the
Jewish Community Center
Nursery. Non-members
may register . after May 19.
The Center nursery em-
phasizes physical, social
and creative activities and
provides for emotional de-
velopment. Jewish heritage
and Hebrew language also
are highlighted.
Youth may be enrolled in
two, three or five half-day
sessions, and transportation
is available. The nursery is
staffed by certified teachers
and licensed by the state.
For information, call - the
Center Group Services of-
fice, 341-4200.

4,

Make certain that one
of the prices you get is
from Artistic
Upholsterers.

Healtharama Due
at Oak Park School

The Oak Park Advisory.
Health Council and the Oak
Park School District will co-
sponsor the annual Heal-
tharama 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Sunday at Key School,
23400 Jerome.
Free tests include E.K.G.,
pap smear, blood pressure,.
kidney, diabetes, audio me-
tric and T.B. skin. Free im-
munization for DPT, oral
polio, measels, rubella, and
mumps, also will be pro-
vided.
A blood drive will be held
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday at
Oak Park High School,
13701 Oak Park Blvd., for
Oak Park residents.
For information, call Mrs.
Isaac Benaim, 543-5891;
Mrs. Roland Naftaly,
548-8767; or Mrs. Judith
Beitner, 968-7349.

Friday, April 25, 1975 33

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