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April 06, 1990 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-06

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LOCAL NEWS 1

Definition: BARGAIN
Form: It's a real rnitzeah!

Scholarships
Are Available

Applications are being
taken for the $500 Oakland
Century B'nai B'rith
Scholarship.
To apply, submit a grade
transcript (no certification
necessary) together with a
typewritten memorandum in
letter form demonstrating
details of compliance with
each of the following
requirements:
The applicant must be: A
Jewish student from the
Metropolitan Detroit area
who is now attending a col-
lege or university with at
least one full year of credits
towards a degree (sophomore
or above); who has superior
scholarship; who demon-
strates a need for such finan-
cial assistance; who shows
leadership qualities for the
future benefit of the Detroit
Jewish community; whose
campus activities show
established roots in
Metropolitan Detroit.
Applications are due April
16. Mail applications to:
Harold J. Samuels, Chair-
man, Scholarship Committee,
15900 W Ten Mile, Suite 204,
Southfield, 48075.

Center Plans
Discovery Room

The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit will introduce "The
Discovery Room: A Jewish
Experience" at Maple-Drake.
The Discovery Room is a
hands-on-mini-museum
where children (ages 3-6) and
their parents can learn about
Jewish history, customs,
values, holidays, folklore,
tradition, heroes, music,
dance, drama, Shabbat,
Israel, the Hebrew language
and more.
The displays transform
visitors into participants, of-
fering parents and children
an opportunity to discover
their Jewish heritage.
Displays will be changed
regularly so that families can
return frequently.
For information, call Faith
Tam, 661-1000, Ext. 253.

ON CAMPUS Iimm

U-M Hillel
Plans Films

The B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation at the University
of Michigan will show Angel
Heart at 8 and 10 p.m. April
7. Local Hero will be shown
at 9 p.m. April 12. There is a
charge. For information, call
Hillel, 769-0500.

Savings
up
to

"Don't Passover This Sale"

• 14k Gold Earrings • Diamond Bracelets • Diamond Studs
• Name Brand Watches • Cocktail Rings • Bracelets • Charms • Chains

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7716 Cooley Lake Rd. Union Lake, MI
E. of William Lake Rd. (5 minutes from Mitches Tavern)

CHARTER HOUSE
HAIR SHOP

"Hundreds To Choose From"
• Sales • Purchases • Expert Repair

•Patek Philippe • Vovado • Gruen
•Tiffany & Co. • Piaget • Rolex
•Vacheron & Constantin • Cater
•LeCoultre Audemars • Hamilton

Management and Staff
Wish Their Customers & Friends
The Very Best In Health, Happiness
and Prosperity For This Passover Season.

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(working or not)

Hamilton SPUR
Paying
$1,800 and up

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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