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February 13, 1976 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TON

Livonia Cong. USY
Sponsoring Dance

Teenage Magician

The Livonia Jewish Con-
gregation USY youth group
is sponsoring a dance
8-11:30 p.m. Feb. 21 at the
synagogue.

The Magnificent

Specializing in children's parties

545-7120

Caricatures

BBYO Activities

Music will feature Marc
Ankerman, and refresh-
ments will be available.
Metropolitan Detroit area
USY groups are invited, and
there is a charge.

for your party

By

For information, call Sue
Freedman, 476-1567, or Car-
olyn Gordon, 476-2408.

SAM FIELD

LARRY FREEDMAN,
O rchestra and Entertainment

Call

399-1320

647-2367

FINAL CLEARANCE

OFF ON AND
MORE
ALL WINTER

• JACKETS • DRESSES
SWEATERS AND
SPORTSWEAR

Kishon AZA and Naches
BBG will celebrate BBG
Sabbath, beginning today,
in a retreat at the Charles
and Florence Milan-BBYO
Conference Center in Belle
River, Ontario.
The weekend will include
• services, "The Three Daugh-
ters" program, BBYO Jeop-
ardy, and a celebration of
the birthdays of Presidents
Washington and Lincoln.
Coordinators for the week-
end are Steve Friedman and
Bruce Moss of Kishon AZA
and Sue Spevack and Susie
Pludwinski of Naches BBG.
BBYO will hold a general
advisers' meeting for all
AZA and BBG advisers 7:30
p.m. Thursday in the librar-
y-meeting room of the
BBYO office. Anyone inter-
ested in becoming adviser
may come to the meeting or
call the BBYO office,
354-6113.
Yachad BBG of Windsor
will hold its annual beau
dance 8 p.m. Feb. 21, at
Cong. Shaar Hashomayim,
Windsor. The semi-formal
dance will feature the band
"Siren," and refreshments
will be served. For informa-
tion, call Helen Jarcaig,
1-519-258-2034, or Judy
Strathman, 1-519-253-7374.

The Great Lakes AZA
Council Basketball
League meets 3:30 p.m.
Sundays at the 10 Mile Jew-
ish Community Center.
Scoring leaders are Brad
Rowens of Jolson AZA and
Harry Glanz of Einstein
AZA with 26 point averages.
The public is invited.
The Great Lakes BBG

Council and the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Metro-
politan Detroit will co-spon-
sor a program entitled,
"Woman To Woman," 1
p.m. Feb. 29 at Temple
Emanu-El. There is a nom-
inal charge.
Workshops will be coordi-
nated by the Women's Stud-
ies Program, College of
Lifelong Learning, Wayne
State University. Work-
shops will focus on Careers,
Images of Women Through
the Media, Lifestyles, Moth-
erhood and Women and
Religion. Refreshments will
follow. Tickets are on sale
through Bnai Brith Wom-
en's chapters and at the
BBYO office.
Brandeis AZA is seeking
new members, age 14-18.
For information, call Jeff
Schoenberg, 353-3493, or
David Raphael, at the BBYO
office, 354-6113.
Michael Stein is the new
adviser to RaMBaM BBYO
in Flint. New BBG chapter
presidents are Sharon Ko-
valsky of Masada BBG and
Julie Moran of Savage
BBG.
Kadimah BBG will hold
a program on personal
grooming 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the home of chapter pres-
ident, Jaqi Green, 19490
Burt Rd. Detroit. The pro-
gram is open to potential
members. Anyone inter-
ested may call Jaqi,
538-0183.
Fanny Brice BBG has
adopted a macaque monkey
at the Detroit Zoological
Park. The chapter will now
support him for an entire
year.

IN
OAK PARK
23133 COOLIDGE

A VERY SPECIAL STORE

For Pre-Teens & Juniors

NORTH OF 9 MILE RD.
OPEN THURSDAY

PHONE 545-3242

TIL 9 p.m.

Camp Young Judaea,
sponsored by Hadassah, has
moved its summer site from
Chelsea to Ortonville.
Camp Young Judaea is
for Jewish youth, age 9-14,
throughout the Midwest

Bob, Frankie, Richard, Roger, Russell and Shila

Welcome

ROGER STORY

TO

MOP SHOP
BEAUTY SALON

Specializing in

Ladies' & Men's
Hair Styling

Open Evenings — For Appointment, 559-8729
New Orleans Mall at 10 & Greenfield

area. The camp provides
socio-drama, situational
games, multi-media presen-
tations, and discussion
groups allowing the camper
to actually "live" the pro-
grain.
The camp program em-
phasizes Jewish cultwe
and tradition. The Sab-
bath is traditionally ob-
served and all food Is
strictly kosher. Hebrew is
incorporated into the daily
vocabulary.

14/
Rolex

Hillel Day School's junior
high students will hold a
conference on Zionism
Wednesday.
The students will gather
in small groups to listen to
guest speakers, see movies
and study Zionist thinkers.
The students will probe the
history and philosophy of
Zionism.
Based on their seminars,
students will develop a Zion-
ist platform for this decade.

Fredrick
Jewelers

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869 West Long Lake Road

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present

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Thou shalt not abhor an
Edomite, for he is thy
brother; thou shalt not
abhor an Egyptian, because
thou wast a stranger in his
land.
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Sun. 12-5

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Students to Hold
Zionism Parley

NORTHWOOD
SHOPPING CENTER
13 Mile at Woodward
9:30-9 Daly

Sum 12-S

ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED

300 GIRLS WINTER COATS

A full program of sports
is provided at Camp Young
Judaea. Included are soft-
ball, soccer, basketball,
swimming, volleyball, boat-
ing, football, Israel games
and tennis. The facilities in
Ortonville provide two base-
ball diamonds, one soccer
field, and four tennis courts,
in addition to a waterfront
with boating and swimming
instructions.
For information about
the camp, contact Michael
Levy, 325 Merton, Detroit
48203 (telephone 869-1311).

Lieut.-Col. Isaac Franks
enlisted in 1776, at the age
of 17. He was held prisoner,
by the British for three
months and was wounded
several times. Franks served
as aide-de-camp to Gen.
George Washington and
rose to the rank of Lieuten-
ant-Colonel in 1784.






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