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May 26, 1978 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH DBMS

ANDREW'S LANDSCAPING

Low cost lawn care
5 yrs. exp.
service by area
college students

BNAI DAVID Shabat
Story Hour will display
355-4915
photos taken at the May 14
birthday party for Israel as
The Finest In
part of its visit to the Israel
Musical Entertainment
Expo, during its 10 a.m.
meeting Saturday. The
group meets weekly for
Shabat games and stories,
followed by a children's
AND HIS
kidush. All children age 4-7
ONTINENTAL
are invited.
Junior congregation will
398-3664
hold regular Shabat youth
•- ' services 10 a.m. Saturday.
Topic for discussion will be
FACIAL HAIR
the recent arms sale to the
PERMANENTLY
Middle East. Groups meet
for children age 8-10 and
REMOVED
youth age 11-14. All young
Eyebrows IVeckhne Arms Legs
Recommended by Physicians
people are invited.
FREE CONSULTATION
Ha-or (grades five-six)
SHIRLEY PERSIN
youth group members are
Registered Electrologist
currently seeking sponsors
for a group bowl-a-thon on
ADVANCE BUILDING
23077 GREENFIELD, Roam 260
June 4. The activity is
Near Northland & Providence Hospital
aimed at raising funds for
PHONE 557-1105
charity and to subsidize a
Over 20 Years Experience
year-end group trip to

ERIC
ROSENOW

I WORK HARD IN SCHOOL ...

I'LL WORK HARD FOR YOU!

In Kansas it's against the
law for eating places to
serve ice cream on cherry
pie.

Youth News

Cedar Point on June 16. All
members are invited to
attend the event. For infor-
mation, contact adviser
Steve Kideckel, 968-1765.

Masada (grades
seven-eight) will meet 6
p.m. June 2 to play minia-
ture golf. The group will
return for an oneg
Shabat dinner and pro-
gram at the home of
Hartley Harris, 15270
Kenton, Oak Park. Pro-
gram will include Shabat
games and discussion.

Temple Israel
Lists Graduates

Temple Israel will honor
seniors of the 37th annual
graduating class at Sabbath
services 8 p.m. today.
Class speakers are
Mitchell Wiatrak and
Roberta (Bunny) Mittel-
dorf, president and vice
president, respectively, of
the Temple Youth Group,
and Nora Sobolov, of
Windsor, recipient of the
John R. Herman Award for
six month's study as an ex-
change student in IsraeL
The graduation service
will be highlighted by the
presentation of numerous
awards to both seniors and
undergraduates on the
basis of scholarship, leader-
ship, activities and
attendance.
The graduating class in-
cludes: Beth Arnold, Lisa

For reservations, contact
adviser Danny Kaplan,
398-7422, evenings.

Masada will conduct a
candy sale to help raise
money for a year-end trip to
Cedar Point and for a
charitable cause. Persons
wishing to participate may
obtain candy at the Bnai
David library, or from
fund-raising co-chairmen
Kim Maneli, 967-3471, or
Elliot Maness, 557-6269.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will not meet Sunday May
28. The group will resume
weekly gatherings at 9 a.m.
June 4. Teens age 13-17 are
invited for morning serv-
ices, followed by breakfast
and bowling. The group will
go to Cedar Point June 19.

For information, contact
adviser Alan Hurvitz, 557-
0822.
For information on Bnai
David Youth programs, call
the youth line, 557-8325, or
library, 557-8211.

needs your help for our Summer Job
Placement Program

• All applicants are thoroughly screened
• All applicants are referred by our
professional staff
• No fees are charged to the employer
• No fees are charged to the applicant

Please call us with your job openings

SUBURBAN OFFICE:

Jewish Vocational Service

and Community Workshop
24123 Greenfield Road
Southfield, Michigan 48075

557-5341

JEWELRY

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SUITE 318 ADVANCE BLDG.
23077 Greenfield at 9 Mile
(313) 557-1860

LORI M. ADELSON M.D.

We are so proud of you.
Much Love
Mom & Dad

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HELLEL DAY SCHOOL

32200 Middlebelt — Farmington Hills, Michigan 48018 — Phone 851-2394

Newlmens,
RABBI ROBERT ABRAMSON

AdmmisaMer
JUNE WEINBERG

We are having
Open House
at our school
on
Monday
June 5
8 P.M.

Phone
851-2394

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PRAMPOW

Give your

child a
M closeness
to his
Heritage

SgM eN2R WI

Cluster Bombs
Saved Civilians

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
military correspondent for
Ha'aretz writes that even
though Israel broke an
agreement by using U.S.
cluster bombs against ter-
rorist targets in Lebanon,
the bombs were more
humane than using heavy-
explosion bombs.
He said civilians in bun-
kers were not affected by
the cluster bombs, but
would have suffered heavy
casualties if conventional
bombs were used.

FIRESTONE

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Conoratutations

Barak, Ellen Barth. Paul
Bensman, David Blume, Jane
Bodner, Michael Brandt, Stacy
Brickner, Mimi Buegeleisen,
Kathy Cantor, Andrea Cohen.
Eban Cooper. Howard Fos. Joel
Friedman, Elisa Ginter. Erin
Goldstein, Joel Hack, Penne
Handler, Lori Hartz, Ellen Hertz,
Lawrence Holzman. Dianne Is-
ley, Neal Krasnick, Bruce
Landay, Aileen Miller, Roberta
Mitteldorf, Bruce Moyer, Judith
Orbach. Debra Papo, Sandra
Posner, Lorey Ravet, Kathryn
Rissman, Cheryl Rudin, Pamela
Schane, Donald Schechter,
Gayle Shore, Wendy Sider,
William Sider, Kimberly Small,
Nora Sobolov, Gary Stone,
Rhonda Stone, Laurence Tis-
dale, Cynthia Viviano, Nancy
Wayne, Amy Weil, Brandon
West, Mitchell Wiatrak, Eric
Wolfe,. Nancy Zausmer, Shelley
Ziegelman and Karen Zucker.

JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE
& COMMUNITY WORKSHOP

Friday, May 3, 1978 25

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Registration,
is
open in
Kindergarten
and
ggfirst grade
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classes.

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Aliya Increases

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The Aliyah Department of
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion reports that in 1977
there were 21,500 new olim
arriving in the country,
compared with 19,000 in
1976; that is an increase of
nine percent.

1 86

Hillel — where Judaic and General
Education walk hand in hand into the future

i
lilliel Day School of Metropolitan Detroit admits Jewish students of say race, color, natl.:mid or eel Mc origin. ftsg
admission and scholarship programs are non-discriminatory.

14o child will be denied an education at Hillel become of parents Inability to pay the full charges. Tuition allowances wiil
continue to be granted, based on Individual needs.
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