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April 11, 1986 - Image 75

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-11

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UNWANTED HAIR PERMANENTLY REMOVED

bruce m. weiss

Jewelers

$9,50

26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

Southeast corner Northwestern

Vomen's League
lonors Youth

Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops

Susan Hutten

Mon.-Sat. 10 5:30

Certified Registered Electrologist
Private Consultation

-

The .League of Jewish
'omen's Organizations of
reater Detroit will have its
1st annual youth awards pre-
mtation April 20 at Cong.
'nai David at 1:30 p.m., an-
mnces Pearl Seltzer August,
mirman.
Mrs. Dorothy Cohen is
resident and her committee in-
udes Esther K. Rosenblum,
larilyn Schakne and Betty Sil-
erfarb.
Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut is the
nest speaker and the invoca-
on will be given by Mrs. Helen
,rown, president of B'nai David
isterhood. The essay topic was
Is it possible to have co-
xistence in a time of ter-
orism"? A special award will be
resented by Mrs. Silverfarb.
Judges are: Marc Eichner,
,igh school coordinator, Cong.
ihaarey Zedek; Harriet Fagen-
on, assistant principal, Levey
/fiddle School; Margo Klein,
ast president, League of Jewish
Vomen's Organizations; Robert
A. ',ask, educational director,
'ernple Beth El; and Paul
tubenstein, counselor, South-
ield high School.
Refreshments will be served
)31 the sisterhood of Cong. B'nai
)avid. For information, call
'resident Dorothy Cohen, 547-
)780 or Mrs. August at 557-
l998.

FOR

Thurs. 10-8:30

353-1424

Kosher wine
needrit be sweet
just special

Business Topic
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li Frank

The American-Israel Chamber
f commerce and Industry, Inc.,
f Metropolitan Detroit will host
"Breakfast With Urdan (USA)
nc." on April 18 at 7:45 a.m. at
he Michigan Inn.
Eli Frank, vice president of
rdan, will speak on the coin-
any's current operations which
nclude military systems and
omponents and its expansion
nto the commerical arena. Tom
endrickson, sales manager for
ommercial Products, will con-
entrate on fire protective sys-
ems for commerical enterprises.
The meeting is open to the
ublic. Reservations are re-
timed by Wednesday. There is a
charge. For reservations, call
he chamber office, 661-1948.

355.3954

And special means Kedem. From world-renowned
vineyards in France, Italy, California and New York. Rated and
recommended by leading wine critics and editors,
Kedem wines are superior to the world's great wines
for one special reason, they're kosher.

KIEDEK

KOSHER PASSOVER WINES

KEDEM WINE CO., NEW YORK, N.Y.

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