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April 07, 1995 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-07

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Leave it to an Italian to create
a beautiful Swiss watch.

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CENTRE

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CO8metic 6urgery

JEWELERS

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A Unique Collection
Of
Fine Jewelry,
Gifts
And Table Top






Breast Reduction
Augmentation & Lift
Liposuction
Face Lift/Forehead
& Brow Lift
• Nasal, Eyelid, Cheek
& Chin Surgery
• Chemical Peels &
Collagen Injections

Dr. Kenneth E. Dickie*

Board Certified
Plastic Surgeon

Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
(Less than an hour from
Metro Detroit)

BERTOLUCCI

Joe

6885 Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
On The Boardwalk
(810) 737-2333

1-800-616-8264

*Member of Canadian and
American Societies of Plastic
& Reconstruction Surgeons

SWIM CLUB

Summer Memberships Are Now Available!

Enjoy the use of our indoor and outdoor pools all summer, including our new
Samantha Erin Rosen Pool for children and persons with special needs.
PLUS — with our Summer Swim Club Membership enjoy the use of our weight room,
tracks, outdoor tennis courts, volleyball, softball and more... -

Memorial Day thru Labor Day

• 2000 fine china, crystal stemware,
and silverware patterns - the
largest in-stock dealer in the USA.

• Introduce the bride-to-be to
Heslop's registry and
exclusive bridal plan.

Orchard Mall • West Bloomfield
(Orchard Lake & 15 Mile)
737-8080

(May 29–September 4)

Family: $300 Individual: $200

Act now and enjoy 1994 prices for 1995!

Summer Swim Teams

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Ages 6 and older are now forming!! Get 15 weeks for the price of 10!
Member Rates:
Swim 2 days per week: $40
Swim 3 days per week: $60
Swim 4 days per week: $80

Master Swim Teams

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For Adults
Pay the Same!!

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• some restrictions may apply
• not valid for camp discount

Non-member rates are also available
for swim teams.

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(810) 661-7622

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A Perfect Family Gift...
A Subscription to the Jewish News.

810-354-6620

Touch a Life.
Give to the
United Way.

Senior Events
At The JPM

The Annual Third Seder spon-
sored by the Charles & Frances
Driker Fund for Yiddish Culture
will take place on Tuesday, April
18, at noon at the Jimmy Pren-
tis Morris Jewish Community
Center. Cantor Sidney Resnick,
accompanied by Lillian Zellman,
will lead this celebration. A
kosher meal will be served. Ad-
vance reservations are required;
no one will be admitted without
a ticket. There is a charge. Call
JPM, 967-4030, for information.
The Yiddish Culture Club,
sponsored by the Charles &
Frances Driker Fund for Yiddish
Culture will meet on Thursday.
April 13, at 12:30 p.m.
The weekly Wednesday Af-
ternoon Social at 1 p.m. is in need
of volunteer entertainers. If you
sign, dance or play an instru-
ment and have some time to
to an appreciative group of se-
nior adults, call 967-4030.

Treasures View
Holocaust Film

Temple Israel Treasures will pre-
sent Leonard Trunsky, who will
show a film titled Building the

Holocaust Museum in Washing-
ton. This film is narrated by Ed
Asner. The program will take
place at Temple Israel at noon,
Wednesday, April 26.
A luncheon will precede the
film. There is a charge for the
luncheon. For information, call
the temple office before April 17.
Reservations are a must.

Beth El
Plans Events

Tips on good health and the plea-
sure of good music will be offered
for seniors at Temple Beth El in
April. A Blue Cross-Blue Shield
Slide Presentation will alert the
Beth Elders to the role of proper
nutrition in the control of and
prevention of disease Tuesday,
April 18, at a noon luncheon. Mil-
ton Berle will serve as narrator
for the show.
On Sunday, April 30, the Mid-
dle Years Group will be enter-
tained by the Andover Jills, a
high school choral group. They
will present a program of spring
songs and year-round favorites.
The 1 p.m. program will be pre-
ceded by a cake and coffee at
12:30 p.m.
Both events are open to the
community. There is no charge
nor are reservations needed for
the April 30 program. There is a
charge for the April 18 luncheon
and reservations are necessary.
Reservations may be made by
calling Jeanette Cohen, 737-
0194.

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