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July 18, 1986 - Image 73

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-18

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J‘A Y PLA C

SINGLES

COMING AUGUST 1st . . .

Silver Streak Boutique

Our 2nd Location!

just for kids

,

"duality

Birthday
Parties
Available

{ COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES (age

25-45) will have dinner at E.G.
Nick's in West Bloomfield at
7:30 p.m. Monday. For informa-
tion, call Harry Pevos, 355-3512.
CNJS will host a road rally on
" July 27, leaving at 3 p.m. from
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Commu-
nity Center. There is a nominal
-charge. For information, call Jill.
Cole at the Jewish Center, 661-
1000, ext. 347.
Aug. 15 is the reservation
deadline for the Endless Sum-
mer Slumber Weekend for Sing-
les at Camp Tamarack, slated
Sept. 5-T
Activities include canoeing,
boating, fishing, tennis, swim-
ming, aerobics, games, runs,
movies, bonfire, barbecue and
)more. There is a fee. For details,
call Miss Cole.

B'NAI B'RITH MICHIGAN
SINGLES will hold a picnic at

11:30 a.m. Sunday at the home
of Betty Barach, 20235 Map-
\ lewood, Livonia. For informa-
tion, call Ms. Barach, 476-6297.

Wednesday. The dance is open
to all Jewish singles age 21 to
35, and will begin at 7:30 p.m.
There is an admission charge.
For information, contact Phil
Neuman, 357-1871; or Tobye
Stein, 543-6185.

Records Sought
On Ellis Island

New York — In an effort to
develop an archive of a most
significant period in American
Jewish.history, the Hebrew Im-
migrant Aid Society (HIAS) is
looking for people who immig-
rated through Ellis Island. The
agency is interested in develop-
ing a collection of photographs
and written material such as
letters, diaries and memoirs, re-
lating to the immigrants' ex-
perience of his or her passage
through Ellis Island.
Information should be sent to
HIAS Public Relations Depart-
ment, 200 Park Avenue South,
New York, N.Y. 10003. All
material will be copied and re-
turned to the sender. Those
submitting material should
indicate whether they would
agree to be interviewed by the
media.

be inside

ROAD RALLY

solving clues prepared by our panel of clue experts . .
Don't miss the event of the summer . . . .

540-5702

ACCENTS IN
NEEDLEPOINT

Sunday, July 27, 1986

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3:00 P.M.
$3.00 per person

R.S.V.P. by July 20th
For further information call 661-1000 ext. 347.

Road Rally begins at the
10 Mile J.C.C. parking lot.

626-3042
AND

Jerusalem — Lightweight
electrical conductors with twice
the conductivity per unit weight
of copper wiring and new re-
chargeable batteries may be
made possible as the result of
new composite materials de-
veloped by Hebrew University of
Jerusalem scientists.
The researchers have de-
veloped new graphite and
fluorine materials which show
promise for a number of
technological applications, such
as improved rechargeable bat-
teries and more efficient electri-
cal conductors.
The electrical properties of
these materials result from
fluorine being sandwiched be-
tween layers of graphite. Up
until recently, no other com-
pounds of fluorine and graphite
were known to possess th metal-
lic characteristics (and hence
the degree of electrical conduc-
tivity) of this type.

Prizes

ROCHELLE IMBERS
KNIT KNIT KNIT

855-2114
NOW

Orchard Mall
West Bloomfield

Certified

MOHEL. of Detroit

Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman
542-4444
Cantor S. Greenbaum
855-0628
Reb. Hersh) Roth
557-0888
Cantor Sidney Rube
358-1426
Rabbi S. Zachariash
557-9666

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to be awarded to winning teams!!

Must bring with you: phone book and maps of Oakland county. Detroit City
maps, calculator , newspaper, ruler, change, pencil, paper. Bible, flashlight,

Stitching Together
to Serve
You Better!

Batteries Get
New Charge

E ergree°

Start your engines running . . . Be prepared for a fun day

SAT. 9-1 a.m.. Closed Sundays

The Young Jewish Couples
Club will sponsor its first event,
"Games Young Couples Play" on
July 27 at 7 p.m. at the main
Jewish Community Center.
There will be prizes. Refresh-
ments will be provided. Guests
may bring their own wine.
There is a charge.
Babysitting at the Jewish
Center will be available only by
advance reservation. For infor-
mation and reservations, call Jo
Greene, 661-1000, ext. 345.

n P kaia

Community Network for Jewish Singles presents. . .

Hours: M-TH 8-10 p.m., FRI. 8-1 a.m.,

Young Couples
Mixer Planned

G reg Sb°e s

vti‘e

FABULOUS CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES

*0•A s

3610 W. Maple (at Lahser)

B'NAI B'RITH FRIENDSHIP
SINGLES will hold a dance

party at Cahoots, 30810 Orchard
Lake Rd., Farmington Hills, on

Leslie Cad

Hourly
Drop-In Child
Care. Where
kids can
have fun."

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REARTS •
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farmers almanac, tape

ISponsored by
The Jewish Community
Center of Detroit

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BUY 1 Get 1 FREE

on sale items only

Pay for higher priced item
and next item FREE

baby

and

me

24901 Northwestern Hwy. at Evergreen
356-7050
Southfield, Mich.

no charges
all sales final

Hours 10-5
Mon.-Sat.

This Crib Converts To A Bed
SALE $499A9

ecohrnc elusdeas bcehdestwahnedn
Tbhaeb yc rbibecthoamt ees aasilychbild

storage drawers. Constructedof ash wood
and veneers in Honey Oak finis
SAVE

$100

BIM 11111TH
FRIENDSHIP SINGLES

INVITES YOU TO A

PARTY
WED., JULY 23 7:30 p.m.

at

30860 Orchard lake Rd.

South of 14 Mile Rd.

ages
21-35

$2.00 members
$4.00 nonmembers

BABY MAIM 'N TEENS

Michigan's, Largest Display of Baby and Teen Furniture under One Roof.
NOVI, Twelve Oaks Mall • 27780 Novi Rd. • 344-0140
TROY, Oakland Mall • 510 W. 14 Mile Road • 585-0440
WESTLAND, Wildwood Plaza • 34520 Ford Road • 326-6110
777.9770
E. DETROIT, Across from Eastland • 18029 E. Eight Mile Rd. •
565.9200
W. DEARBORN, Bet Telegraph & Southfield • 22022 Michigan Ave. •

OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9:30 to 9 SUNDAYS 12 to 5

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