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May 30, 1986 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 30, 1986

ORCHESTRA

the new
1 1th ANNUAL
generation SUPER SUMMER

FASHIONS FOR GIRLS
4-14.& PRE-TEEN

ALL
Types of Music
For Every
Occasion

SALE

FRIDAY, MAY 30
FRIDAY, JUNE 6
FRIDAY, JUNE 13
FRIDAY, JUNE 21 . . .

HOURS:

30% OFF
40% OFF
50% OFF
75% OFF

SINGLES

B'NAI B'RITH FRIENDSHIP
SINGLES (21-35) will host a
picnic on Sunday at 3 p.m. at
the Southfield Civic Center.
There will be a barbecue,
softball and games. There is a
fee, and food is provided. For in-
formation, call Lora Weingar-
den, 851-2753; or Phil Neuw-
man 357-1871. In case of rain it
will be held June 8.

Abraham Ben-Zo'

" 968-1358

FIND

MONDAY Thru SATURDAY 10-5
THURSDAY 10-8
APPLEGATE SQUARE
NORTHWESTERN & INKSTER
357-1123

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COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES (25-
45) announces its Peddlers Bicy-
cle Club will hit the bike trails
at 4 p.m. Sunday, meeting at
the Southfield Public Library.
For details, call Jill Cole or Kim
Kusterer at the Jewish Center,
661-1000, ext. 347.
Tickets are still available for
the B'nai B'rith Tiger Night
June 10 at Tiger Stadium, when
the Detroit Tigers play the New
York Yankees. Deadline for tic-
kets is Sunday. For information
and bus transportation, call
B'nai B'rith, 552-8177.
CNJS has tickets for the Bir-
mingham Theater's production
of Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat, June 8
at 7 p.m. For tickets, call Harry
Pevos, 355-3512.

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SINGLES 2 (40 55) will present
a program on "Coping With
Loneliness and Being Alone" at
8 p.m. Thursday at the main
Jewish Community Center. So-
cial worker Hazel Karbel will be
the speaker. Refreshments will
follow the presentation. There is
an admission fee. For informa-
tion, call Sherwin Newman,
354-4254.

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Young Adults Hear
Jazz Ensemble

ARE YOU LIVING
IN A HOUSE
OF ILL REPAIR?

If you are, you probably know that the cost
of getting your house in good shape can be
downright indecent. And the cost of improving
your house beyond that
point can be just as shocking.
Guaranty Federal has a
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easy to get, and easy to pay
back. We've got a plan for

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..4111111 Dearborn, Allen Park, Taylor.
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LENDER

Norma Jean Bell and the All
Stars will be featured at the
48th annual meeting of the
Jewish Welfare Federation's
Young Adult Division on June
24.
Set for 7:30 p.m. at the Tam
O'Shanter Country Club, the
evening will include the election
and installation of officers, as
well as a review of the past
year's activities. Outgoing

President David B. Liner will
preside and pass the gavel on to
his successor.
Norma Jean Bell and the All
Stars have appeared in concert
with some of the industry's most
noted artists, including Stevie
Wonder, Frank Zappa and J.
Geils.
They have performed at the
Montreux Detroit "Kool" Jazz
Festival and the Pontchartrain
Jazz, Festival and are currently
recording an album for release
in late 1986.
All young adults (post college
through mid-30s) are invited.
Hors d'oeuvres are included in
the admission price. Cash bar
and valet parking are available.
For information, contact
Marsha Kelter at the Jewish
Welfare Federation, 965-3939.

New Leadership
Has Israel Trip

Detroit's New Leadership Di-
vision of State of Israel Bonds
will participate in the annual
New Leadership international
delegation to Israel July 13-24.
Leaving from New York
aboard El Al Israel Airlines, the
12-day trip includes tours of in-
dustries and projects built with
Israel Bonds proceeds; meetings
with Israelis, including kib-
butzniks and soldiers; meetings
with government officials; tours
to historical and archeological
sites, such as Masada, the West-
ern Wall, Yad Vashem; a b_oat
ride, dinners and more.
An optional extension to Eilat
for three days also is available.
Delegates also will have the
opportunity to swim, shop,
explore and just relax.
Accommodations, based on
double occupancy, will be at the
Nof Ginosar Guest House,
LaRomme Hotel and Hilton
Hotel. Tours will be conducted
in air-conditioned buses with
government-licensed guides
pickbd by the Israel Bond
Organization.
The fee of $1,695 includes
round-trip air fare from New
York, group airport transfers in
Israel, five-star hotels, touring,
entrance fees and most meals,'
including the gala banquet.
Delegates are responsible for
their own air fare from Detroit
to New York.
For details and application,
call Israel Bonds, 557-2900.New
Leadership is the young adult
division of State of Israel Bonds.
Local divisions of New Leader-
ship promote a better awareness
and clearer understanding as
well as economic support for Is-
rael through educational and so-
cial events.

Concerts In Park

The Birmingham - Bloomfield
Symphony Orchestra, under the
direction of Felix Resnick, will
open the Birmingham "In the
Park" summer music series on
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Shain
Park.

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