100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

December 23, 1994 - Image 23

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-12-23

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Home Appliance Mart

West Bloomfield's Largest Supplier-of Cameras, Darkroom Equipment & Supplies

gram will be inspirational and in-
formative for Jewish teens.
"Visiting Israel has a very
powerful impact on a young per-
son's sense of Jewish loyalty," he
said. "Providing programming be-
fore they go and when they come
back can greatly enhance a teen's
Jewish commitment and serves
as a motivation for their friends."
A retreat before the trip is also
being planned, according to Tova
Dorfman, the director of the Is-
rael program.
Once the teens return, they
will participate in an education-
al debriefing and social activities.
"The idea is to preserve the
sunrise at Masada," said Jeff
Kaye, the community shaliach
with the Michigan/Israel Con-
nection. "Every Jew has a rela-
tionship with Israel and that
relationship has to be developed."
Howard Gelberd, the executive
director of the AjE, hopes the ex-
perience will help solidify Jewish
identity and breathe new energy
into the teen community.
"Israel has proven to be a ma-
jor Jewish learning lab," Mr. Gel-
berd said. "As much as we try
and liven up the classroom, it's
more effective to give kids a di-
rect experience."
When that experience takes
place in Israel with peers, rabbis
and trip leaders such as college
students who feel a strong con-
nection to Israel, "it can be a pow-
erful experience," Mr. Gelberd
said.
Added Ms. Dorfman: "We hope
to create a tradition of sending
kids to Israel as part of their Jew-
ish identity. We want teens to
think of going to Israel as a mile-
_ stone, like their bar or bat mitz-
vah."
or
mitordittotax

Polaroid

s,.

OLYMPUS

captiva 95

Weatherproof

!aslant
Frim

Ultra-compact High Design Only

6.5 oz., small enough for your pocket.

Weatherproof In rain or snow.
Sharp 35mm f3.5 Olympus Lens

Focuses as close as 20 inches.

Focus Lock Focuses on subjects

not centered in frame.

Fully Automatic Sets your film

allows continuous shooting
• Fun to use, decision-free,
and technically advanced.
• Clear, sharp pictures in
• Automatically sets focus,
true colors develop in minutes.
exposure and flash instantly.
• New pocket-sized format
• Unique photo storage chamber makes sharing pictures easy

Home Appliance a

RING IN THE
NEW YEAR!

,

the ME::

Hats, Horns,
Balloons and
More

J54
, ;, •

Agreement Made
With Druse

Jerusalem (JTA) — Finance Min-
ister Avraham Shohat signed an
agreement with Druse leaders,
ending a crisis over Druse de-
mands for more government
funding.
The agreement ended a
monthlong conflict that at times
turned violent. It also averted
threats by Druse Knesset mem-
bers to support no-confidence mo-
tions in the government.
Under the agreement, some
$50 million will be added imme-
diately to the 1995 budget for
Druse local councils. The group
will also get up to $33 million in
additional aid under the agree-
ment.
Israel's 80,000 Druse citizens,
clustered in 18 villages in the
north of the country, have been
complaining that the Israeli gov-
ernment is allotting them only a
fraction of the sums given to Jew-
ish development towns.

Olympus Infinity Mini

/41,4,44,

g4_ +.t44"

A fun store to browse and shop . . . Anytime! Great
gift ideas, including Humorous T-Shirts, Novelty Ties,
Star Trek, Looney Tunes, Lion King and Disney Gift
Items. Casino Games, Magic Tricks, Humorous and
Risque Greeting Cards, Gag Gifts, Balloons for any
occasion . . . Featuring nostalgic Lava Lamps for
only $39.99. Fluorescent Black Lights too!

Discover (Rare Beauty (At

LEVIN'S BEAUTY SUPPLY

Specializing in
Hard to find fragrances
Professional Nail Supplies
Top-of-the-line Hair Products

1/2 OFF

Livonia

7;.:-0330

Royal Oak

261-5740

Waterford

208-4440

681.2223

17134 Farmington Rd.
(at 6 Mile Rd.)

4 Great Locations To Serve You!

2019 W. Stadium Blvd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
(313)665-8653
1802 W. Grand River Ave. Okemos, MI 48874
(517)349-2000
3460 Floradale St.
Waterford, MI 48329
(810)674-4621
33086 Northwestern Hwy W. Bloomfield, MI 48322 (810) 932-0870

All Christmas &
Chanukah Gift
Wrap &
Decorations

West Bloomfield

Knolhvood Plaza
7414 Haggerty Rd.
(at 14 Mile Rd.)

speed automatically, auto load,
advance and rewind.
Advanced Multi-mode Flash With
Auto-S for red-eye reduction.

Northwood Shopping Ctr.
3339 N. Woodward Ave.
(at 13 Mile Rd.)

West Bloomfield
•851-7323

Highlander Square
4189 Highland Rd.
(E. of Pontiac Lk. Rd.)

Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-9, Sun. 12-5

PP"—

1

Picture your family.

Schedule a mammogram and learn proper
breast self-examination. Call:

Michigan Cancer Foundation's
Breast Cancer Detection Center
2611 N. Woodward in Berkley:
(810) 543-7982

This lifesavin,g nu.ssage generously brought t() you by this publiottion

Orchard Lake Road
In The West
Bloom field Plaza

Oak Path
• 547-9669

24695 Coolidge At

10 Mile Road

OPEN 7 DAYS

Our
Private Trainers
are the

BEST!

=.'WORKOUT CP

'Exercise Studio •

Telegraph at Maple • 855-1033

INTRODUCTORY OFFER -- CALL SHARON

a)
cr)

-
CO

CC
w
03

2

w

LLI

23

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan