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March 05, 1982 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-05

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Center c;amp Neunion, unm resuval
Include Variety of Activities for Families

A camp reunion will be
among the activities
scheduled during the
Jewish Community Cen-
ter's annual Purim celebra-
tion to be held Sunday at the
main Center complex.
At 3 p.m., the reunion will
feature the film, "Battlestar
Galactica," in the Purim
Popcorn Playhouse. Chil-
dren in kindergarten-fourth
grade are invited free of
' charge, and free popcorn
will be served.
Fifth-10th graders will be

invited to dance to the
music of "Woodward Ave."
in Shiffman Hall. Admis-
sion is free, and refresh-
ments will be served.

At 1 p.m., the Center
will have its annual
Purim costume and float
parade. Following at 1:30
p.m. will be the Michigan
Crimson Brigade, a com-
petitive baton group,
who will put on an exhibi-

Throughout the after-
noon a variety of Purim-


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Alumni of the Center day
camp program, their friends
and prospective campers
are invited. This year's
summer day camp program
will be held June 28-July 23
and July 26-Aug. 20. Half-
day sessions are available
for children in pre-school
and kindergarten and child
care is optional.
Fee reductions are avail-
able to families who register
their children before the
May 1 early registration
deadline. For brochure and
information, call Cindy
Starman at the Center,
661-1000, ext. 252.

In conjunction with its
Purim activities, the Cen-
ter will present an origi-
nal Purim shpiel featur-
ing Dr. Morton Plotnick,
executive director of the
Center, and Gary Leo,
assistant executive direc-
tor, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Center library.

Beautifully Packaged Gifts
Decorative Candy Trays and Party Favors
Personalized Party Planning Available

Special Discount on Party Orders over 25.00

March Magic:
Free Wilbur Candy Bar

with a purchase of $5.00
when this ad is presented

related activities will take
place. A parent-toddler
Purim party will be held in
room 244; candle crafts will
be in room 134; a pre-
schoolers carnival will be in
room 239; crown creations
will be in room 134. The gift
shop will be open during the

Luncheon will be served
at a charge. Participants
are requested to bring a
Passover recipe to ex-
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call the Center, 661-1000,
ext. 163.
Beginning Saturday, the
Center will present a series
of dance concerts. At 8:30
p.m. Saturday, the Har-
binger Dance Group will
At 10 a.m. Sunday, be-
ginning ballet and inter-
mediate ballet workshops
will be held. Beginning
modern dance and inter-
mediate modern dance
workshops will be held at
11:45 and beginning jazz
and intermediate jazz work-
shops will be held at 2.

Future programs will
be held as follows: Oak-
land University Dance
Group, 8:30 p.m. March
20; The Bikurim, 3:30_p.m.
March 28; Marygrove
College Resident Dance
Company, 8:30 p.m. April
24; and the Festival Dan-
cers in a Celebration of
Music and Dance II, 3:30
p.m. April 25. For details,
call the Center, 661-1000,
ext. 250.

A reception for artist
Emanuel Schary, whose
works will be exhibited at
the Center through March
15, will be held 1 p.m. Sun-
day. The public is invited
free of charge.

Shamir Hopeful
for Peace After
Sinai Withdrawal

Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir said in Cairo before
winding up his three-day
visit to Egypt that he was
convinced that, despite the
deep differences between Is-
rael and Egypt on many
points, the peace process
would continue after the
April 26 Sinai withdrawal
Egyptian Foreign Minis-
ter Kamel Hassan Ali took
issue with Shamir's state-
ment during his Cairo visit
that any Palestinian state
in the Middle East should
include Jordan. "It is not up
to either Israel or Egypt or
any other state to_ rewrite
geography. Jordan is Jor-
dan," he said.
Shamir's visit is under-
stood to have advanced
some minor points on nor-
malization of relations but
done little to remove major
Nevertheless, the very
fact of the visit has helped
improve the climate, espe-
cially in view of what is rec-
ognized as Shamir's deep
suspicions of Egyptian in-
tentions after withdrawal.

UNIFIL to Add 1,000 New Troops

(UJA) — The Security

Council adopted a resolu-
tion last week calling for an
"immediate increase" in the
number of United Nations
Interim Force in Lebanon
(UNIFIL) troops from 6,000
to 7,000.
The vote was 13-0. The
Soviet Union and Poland
The resolution urged Sec-
retary General Javier Perez
de Cuellar to undertake a
new initiative to reactivate

the 1949 armistice accord
between Israel and Lebanon
which limits men and arms
on both sides of the border.
According to diplomatic
sources here, the beefing up
of UNIFIL troops will start
this week. UNIFIL is pre-
sently composed of troops
will start this week. UN-
IFIL is presently composed-
of troops from France,
Nigeria, Holland, Fiji,
Ghana, Ireland, Nepal,
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