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August 28, 1981 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth News

We Make Our Own Glasses

BETH SHALOM United
Synagogue Youth will have
an oneg Shabat 8:30 p.m.
today in the Franklin Club
Apts. Friends are invited.
For reservations, call Beth
Korby, 355-3049 or 353-
2413.
The group will go to Ken-
sington Park Sunday, meet-
ing 11 a.m. at Beth Shalom.
Participants are requested
to bring bathing suits and
towels and a dairy bag

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Sat. 'til 5
Closed Wednesday

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A trip to Pine Knob to see
"Journey" is scheduled for
Sept. 9, meeting 5:30 p.m. at
Beth Shalom. Cost of the
evening includes bus fare.
For reservations, call Ron-
nie. Tickets are limited.

Dorothy Weiss

(licensed cosmetologist)

formerly of Adrien Arpel,
proudly announces the opening
of the

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located in Evergreen Plaza

COMPLETE SKIN CARE & COSMETICS

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• FACIAL
• REGULAR MANICURE
• DEPILATORY WAXING • FRENCH MANICURE
• BODY MASSAGES
• EUROPEAN PEDICURE

Men Welcome

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lunch. There is a nominal
charge. Chips and drinks
will be provided.
For reservations, call
Ronnie Leff, 552-8165.
BSUSY will have a
membership meeting 5:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home
of Diane Lederman,
21425 Los Palmos, South-
field. Participants should
bring bathing suits and
towels. Dues are payable
at the meeting. For in-
formation and directions,
call Ronnie.

PROTECT AGAINST SUN RAPS!
Buy One Sunscreen #5, 4 oz. GET ONE FREE!

Two (2) for the price of one! thru Aug. 31

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A MINI-FACIAL AND MAKE-UP MAKE-OVER

a $27.50 value For just $ 1
thru Aug. 31
Just call for appointment, 557-2050

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Evergreen Plaza, Southfield
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BNAI DAVID youth will
meet for Shabat services
beginning Sept. 12 at 10
a.m.
Story Hour (age 4-6) will
be led by Joyce Lang. Ac-
tivities include Shabat
stories, games, puppets and
a youth kidush.
Junior congregation will
be divided into three sec-
tions: Grades three and

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four, Barbara Ravitz, ad-

viser; Grades five and six,
Ruth Moss, adivser; Grades
seven and eight, Gail
Nachman, adviser. Activi-
ties for these age groups will
include Shabat services,
discussions and a youth
kidush.
Atid (age 14-17) will
conduct their own
weekly Shabat services.
Those interested in par-
ticipating in these serv-
ices should contact
Tobye Bello, youth direc-
tor, 552-0183 or 557-8325.
Talit and Tefilin, led by
Zolman Rube, for boys and
girls ages 12 1/2-17 will meet
weekly beginning Sept. 13
at 9 a.m. for services, break-
fast and bowling at Ark
Lanes West.
A special ice cream social
will be held Sept. 13 at 1:30
p.m. in the synagogue for
children age 4-13 and their
parents.
Rosh Hashana services
are scheduled for 10:30 a.m.
Sept. 28 and 29 in the
synagogue for all age
groups. Anyone interested
in participating in the serv-
ices should contact Mrs. Be-
llo.

BBYO Activities

Michigan Region Bnai
Brith Youth Organization
received 16 individual
awards at the recently con-
cluded AZA BBG interna-
tional convention held at
the Bnai Brith Perlman
Camp in Starlight, Pa.
Seven Michigan Region
AZA and BBG chapters re-

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only 25C a



you in

A quarter Won't buy much these days
but at Lady Spa Clubs it's enough
to purchase a complete one year
membership ! Think of it...you get
unlimited use of dynamic exercise
equipment, dance aerobic classes,
whirlpool, sauna, sun booths,
showers, dressing booths 8- lockers,
all supervised by trained personnel
for only 25C a day ! ($86 plus $10
registration fee)
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ceived all-around best chap-
ter awards. Chapters re-
ceiving the Henry Monsky
Award were: Theodor
Herzl AZA of Windsor and
Gen. Maurice Rose AZA.
Named to the Miriam Al-
bert Chapter Honor Roll
were Er#ni BBG, Dr. B. Be-
&diet Glazer BBG, Dora
Savage BBG, Shalom Aviv
BBG and Yachad BRG of
Windsor.
Michigan Region was
recognized: for giving the
second highest contribution
in the nation to the Interna-
tional Service Fund for both
AZA and BBG. The AZAs
gave $3,500 and the BBGs
gave $3,400. Rose AZA re-
ceived two first place
awards, one for the chapter
giving the most to ISF
($1,638) and the second for
the chapter giving the most
to ISF per member ($29.25).

Michigan Region also
was recognized as first
place recipient in five in-
ternational program of
the year catagories. The
Great Lakes BBG Coun-
cil won both for its
BBG/BBW program, "A
Family Celebration," and
for its "Get-Out-the-Vote
Drive" last fall.
'''The Great Lakes AZA
Council won for its "Leader-
ship for the Future" pro-
gram, and the AZA and
BBG Councils jointly were
recognized for their "BBYO
Week" program last March.
In addition, Yachad BBG
and Jolson AZA won for
their joint Tu b'Shevat Tree
Hunt Program.

The voice of conscience is
so delicate that it is easy to
stifle it; but it is also so clear
that it is impossible to mis-
take it.

Friday, August 28, 1981

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