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March 01, 1974 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
40—Friday, March 1, 1974
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Bnei Akiva's Shevet
fim, grade nine, will host 40
ChiCago counterparts for a
Shabaton today through Sun-
Sixteen activities for chil-
day at Young Israel of dren and youth are offered
Greenfield. Several programs as part of the Jewish Center
have been planned for the 1974 summer program.
weekend, according to Jacki
Registration for members
Mittelman, adviser.
is open through March 10,
after which the community
J. J. CLARKE STUDIO
may register.
Portraiture of Distinctson:
Programs are available for
For Your Wedding
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youngsters age 21 months-17
years. Each program is
3223 W. McNichols
varied according to age, in-
Nr. Muirlond
terests and skills.
Coll 341-4141
There are activities with

Summer Activities for Kids Set

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orientation toward sports, the
arts, travel and other special
interests. Hebrew and Jew-
ish culture are emphasized
There are three new par-
ent-toddler programs for the
parent who arrives home
from work later in the day,
and a pew three-day Fun
Time program.
This year, for the first
time, the day camp program
will consist of three separate
day camps, grouped accord-
ing to age.
The 1974 summer pro-
gram's first session will meet
June 24-July 19; session two,
July 22-Aug. 16. Registration
closes 10 days prior to the
beginning of each session.
The Center will adjust
membership dues for fami-
lies or individuals whose
economic or special circum-
stances would preclude par-
ticipation. Special adjusted
fees for summer programs
also are available to center
members for one session.
For information, or for a
detailed 'summer program
brochure, contact group
services, 341-4200.

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Southfield Honors
Youth for Service
to the Community

The Southfield P a r e n t-
Youth Guidance Commission
recently_ honored 16 young
people and one group - for
outstanding service to the
community.
Among those honored were
Ricky Leib, who notified the
fire department in time to
keep a neighbor's home from
burning down; Kenneth Pos-
ner. president of the South-
field-Lathrup High School's
student congress: Paul
Schwartz, for work in ecol-
ogy and legislation: JoEllen
Passman, for youth leader-
ship; and Howard Serling,
for work with teens and
senior citizens.
Honored for their con-
tributions to the Muscular
Dystrophy Association were
Gail Nachman, Nancy Gale.
Elaine Silverman, Michael
Gordon, Gary Dembs, John
Levy and Michael Nachman.

Three young former Bir-
mingham residents have
bought the Pick-Fort Shelby
Hotel, which reopened Satur-
day with an accent on youth.
Renamed The Shelby Hotel.
or The Shelby for short, Jay
Ross, and his sisters, Neena
and Vivian, all in their 20s,
bought the hotel from the
Albert Pick Hotel Corp. for
$300,000, down from the or-
iginal $850,000, asking price.

Arranged by their father,
Herman Ross, a successful
real estate owner, -the three
plan to point the hotel to a
youthful market.
Jay Kaufman is manager,
Alexander Pollock, director
of Detroit's Merchant Assist-
ance Program, is assisting
in the decor of the hotel.
The Shelby has four res-
taurants including a 24-hour
delicatessen called Bubba's
Delicious Delicatessen.

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Bnei Akiva of Detroit is
accepting applications for the
July and August sessions of
Camp Stone for boys and
girls, age 8-16.
Camp Stone, in Sugar-
grove, Pa., allows young-
sters to live the spirit of
Israel and Religious Zionism.
Applications received by
Madch 31 are eligible for
scholarships. For details,
contact Shmuel Barchad, 541-
1459; the Mizrachi office,
398-7180, or Young Israel of
Oak-Woods, 398-1172.

' Zion shall be redeemed
with juStice, and they that
return to her with righteous-
ness.—Isaiah i:27.

BONN (JTA)—The Ham-
burg State Opera will go on
tour in Israel in August. The
visi t has been planned for
several years.

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Girl Scouts Need
Leaders to Israel

Mrs. J. Stewart Linden of
Westland Ave., Southfield, is
accepting 'applications from
young adults age 21-35 who
are interested in serving as
leaders for the 1974 summer
scouting program to be held
June 20-Aug. 11 in Israel.
Mrs. Linden is a repre-
sentative of the Synagogue
Council of America Commit-
tee on Girl Scouting and vice
president in charge of
product sales for Girl Scouts
of Metropolitan Detroit.
The summer camping pro-
gram also sponsored by the
Jewish Agency's youth de-
partment, will last six weeks
and include camping, meet-
ings with Israeli scouts and
a tour of Israel.
For information, call Mrs.
Linden, 356-3735.

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