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June 13, 1975 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai Moshe Youth to Have * eAustin
Shabat Luncheon Saturday

Business Briefs

MIRA LINDER recently
returned from abroad
where she learned a new
technique to permanently
remove superficial hair. The
treatment, called Propil, is a
three-step waxing process
created in France. For infor-
mation, call Mira Linder,
356-5810.

* *
HAIR * IT IS,

and Southfield, will be of-
fered. For appointments,
call the salon, 478-2626.
* * *

HAROLD J. SAMU-
ELS, of W. 10 Mile Rd.,

Southfield, will be the guest
of the member companies of
Farmers Insurance Group
July 14-17 at its Topper
Club convention in Ocono-
mowoc, Wis., "in recogni-
tion of outstanding achieve-
ments in the insurance
field." * * *

21017
Farmington, in the Farm-
ington-8 Center, is celebrat-
ing its grand opening
,•ough Saturday. Ten per-
TRU-KOSHER FOODS
_dnt off all beauty services,
under the expert direction DISTRIBUTORS, for-
of Dee Weber, Vaunne and merly of New York City and
Nancy, formerly of Redford Chicago, has recently intro-
duced in the Detroit area
Tru-Kosher Corned Beef
Instant Photo and
and Pastrami. It can be re-
Mirrored Back Buttons
frigerated or frozen and
by JEFF
served hot or cold. For infor-
Available for Bar Mitzvas,
mation, call Tru-Kosher
Weddings, Parties, etc.
Foods Distributors,
642-4623
547-2784, Sundays to 5 p.m.,
daily to 6 p.m. No Sabbath
Commercial - Industrial
calls. * * *

Real Estate

SAUL KAPLAN

353-1355

AMVEST, INC.

MAGICIAN

Available For All Occasions

23

years experience

MAGICAL MEL

547-2464

NORMAN A. PAPPAS,

Festival, April 25-30, 1976,
in an effort to present the
heritage of the Jewish peo-
ple to the community.
The Jewish Festival will
encompass Jewish religion,
history, cultural arts,
crafts. food, literature, mu-
sic, dance, and other enter-
tainment in a week-long
program promoted by Pon-
tiac Mall Merchants Asso-
ciation.
Non-profit Jewish organi-
zations may operate food
booths, bagel corners, pos-
ter booths, grocery stops,
traditional Jewish craft
booths, and even an art mar-
ket.
An organizational meet-
ing will be held 1:30 p.m.
Sept. 10 in the community
room at Pontiac Mall Shop-
ping. Center. Groups will be
invited to sign up at this
time, and rules and printed
material will be distributed
at this meeting. For infor-
mation, call Anne Allen,
682-0123.

an agent of Connecticut
General Life Insurance Co., -
* * *
addressed the Five Million
Dollar Forum last month in Delta Has Regional
Palm Springs on "Estate
Planning."
Reservation Center

* * *

Jewish Festival
at Pontiac Mall

Pontiac Mall Shopping
Center will have a Jewish






NEW YORK — Delta Air
Lines has just opened its ad-
vanced technology New
York Regional Reservations
Center, one of the largest
reservations facilities on the
airline's 90-city system. The
center is located in midtown
Manhattan.

Delta, with 99 daily
flights through all three
metropolitan New York air-
ports, will staff the facility,
initially, with 245 agents.

Super Imposed
Silhouettes
Unique Poses
Bar Mitzvahs

* * *

Weight Watchers
in 0. P. Moves



Give Dad a Book

For

94 tit et '4 7, 4 4

June 15

WE FEATURE A COMPLETE LINE

OF

Friday, June 13, 1975 45

Weight Watchers has
moved its meetings from its
Oak Park location at Nine
Mile and Coolidge to the
Young Israel Center of Oak-
Woods, and to the Weight
Watcher building on 12 Mile
in Southfield.
Classes at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods meet 10 a.m.
Monday, 9:30 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Tuesday, 10 a.m.
Wednesday and 9:30 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Classes at the Weight
Watchers building meet 9
a.m. (men only), and 11 a.m.
Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Monday,
7 p.m. Tuesday and 7:30
p.m. Wednesday.

Cong. Bnai Moshe's junior
congregation, for youth age
9-13, will sponsor a year-end
youth luncheon, following
10 a.m. Shabat services Sat-
urday. Attendance pins will
be awarded to members

who have attended regularly
during the year. Members of
Kadima (grades 7-8), Halut-
zim (grades 5-6), Giborim
(grades 3-4) and Story Hour
will also be honored.
Junior congregation will
continue to hold Shabat
services during the summer
months, beginning 10 a.m.
in the board room.

Galleries

he presented Sunday at the

father-son tournament.
3500 Original
Winner of the tournament
will also be presented with a * Oil Paintings and Graphics *
By Leading American
trophy. The group will meet __,Jr
and European Artists
JP
8:30 a.m. Sunday for serv- A" Featuring Original Graphics By _,
*
ices and breakfast.
,..t
*
Norman Rockwell

For information, contact
Danny Kaplan at the syn-
agogue office, 548-9000.

and LeRoy Neiman

***** *--A-*-A—A-*

summer sportswear

/ale

Halutzim (grades 5-6)
will hold a roller-skating
party Thursday. Members
will gather at 1 p.m. at the
youth lounge, and refresh-
ments will be served. For
reservations, contact ad-
viser Diane Goldring,
851-3728.

Kadima (grades 7-8) held
a hayride Sunday as its
final outing of the regular
season. The group will hold

a mid-summer gathering.
Members will be notified.
Talit and Tefilin an-
nounces first place team
winners in bowling were:
Larry Lester, Steve Demak,
Mike Lester and Mike Ro-
senfeld. Awarded for high
game, high average and to-
tal pins was Larry Lester.
High series award went to
Marty Rudick. Awards will

SHORT SLEEVE

POLYESTER
SHIRTS

$69°

were $12

Slogan Contest
for Bicentennial

Groves Walker Auxiliary,
American Legion, is spon-
soring a Bicentennial Slo-
gan contest with first, sec-
ond and third prizes of $100,
$50 and $25, respectively.
To enter or for contest
rules, write Bicentennial
Slogan Contest, Box 552,
Farmington 48024.

OUR EVERYDAY PRICES 30% to 50% OFF

Author Awarded

Master Charge.

,BankArnericarri

NEW YORK — Patricia
Janis Broder was awarded a
gold medal from the Na-
tional Academy of Western
Art for her book, "Bronzes
of the American West"
which was recently pub-
lished by Abrams, Inc.

WA OUSE STORE

3160 W.12 Mile, Berkley • 23 Mile/Van Dyke, Shelby Plaza
Open Daily 10-6, Mon.,
Thurs., Fri. Ill 9
SUNDAYS 12 to 5

/FAMILY MEMBERSHIPS AVAILAE31.

AT

POTOMAC CLUB

PAPERBACKS AND HARDBACKS

Moadon Ivri Sets
Saturday Meetings

Moadon Ivri, the Jewish
Community Center-spon-
sored Hebrew club, will
meet 3:30 p.m. Saturday at
the 10 Mile Center branch,
and will continue its weekly
discussions throughout the
summer.

PONTIAC MALL

TEL-12 MALL

682-5920

353-4949

On June 21, the club will
hear Avner Ben Yosef who
will speak on "The Political
Situation as an Israeli Sees
It." The public is invited to
the all-Hebrew lectures and
meetings.

Enjoy Total Family Recreation Featuring:

• TWO POOLS (INDOOR AND OUTDOOR)
• POOL PARTIES, CARD PARTIES. DANCING
• SAUNA. EXERCISE ROOM. TABLE TENNIS

PLANNING A PARTY?
POOL AND ROOM RENTALS AVAILABLE

i,1AN?GE ■ •.1E1- 1 -1 B'
CON1MUNITY r.IANACP.IENT

851-4468

POTOMAC
CLUB

Jr
_,

.4.
Open 7 Days Weekly
*
1 . Northland and Eastland CenItt r e 4

HOURS: 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
TUESDAY THRU SUNDAY

6200 FAFsq.IINGTC)N ROAD

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