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April 23, 1982 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-23

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46 Friday, April 23, 1982


Lansing Students Hold Campaign

The Jewish Student Ap-
peal at Michigan State Uni-
versity and Lansing Com-
munity College is complet-
ing its solicitation cam-
paign this week.
The students hope to raise
$7,000 for the United
Jewish Appeal, MSU Hillel
Foundation, Jewish Human
Rights Council, the New Is-
rael Fund of Los Angeles
and the Holocaust Memo-
rial Center in West Bloom-
Students involved in the
campaign include Erin
Goldstein and Mark Prus-
sian, co-chairmen; Carolyn
Sklarchyk, Lori Pritzker,
Lisa Grossman, Cathy

Kaner, Steve Woronoff,
Elisa Ginter, Steve Arbit,
Lisa Applebaum, Margo
Glazer, Ross Foner, Steve
Kay, Alex Rinsky, Dave
Drasnin, Gregg Linn, Perri
Forman and Emily

BBYO Activities

Rose AZA will hold an well as several other AZA
inter-chapter weekend with chapters will stand for auc-
Chavayrim BBYO of Grand tion. Admission is nominal.
Rapids today through Sun- For information, contact
Mark Kaplan, (519) 969-
day in Grand Rapids. The
program will include Friday 0975; or David Garson (519)
Jewish Home,
night services, followed by 969-3341.
The next meeting of the
an oneg Shabat with a guest
Japan Official
speaker, Sabbath morning BBYO board of directors
Exchange Views services at Cong. Ahavas Is- will take place 8 p.m.
An unusual exchange of rael, followed by a tour of Thursday at the BBYO
ideas and information is the Gerald R. Ford Presi- office.
Raoul Wallenberg AZA
taking place between the dential Museum, Hav-
is having a Michigan
Jewish Home for Aged and dala and a hayride Satur-
day night, and a final
Region BBYO baseball cap
sale for guys and girls. Or-
Dr. Nobuo Maeda, a luncheon and program on
Japanese Public Health of- the handicapped on Sunday ders are being accepted
ficial, visited the Home last at Temple Emanuel. Coor- through Thursday. For in-
fall as part of his Fulbright dinators for the weekend formation, contact Alex
Scholarship studies in this are Jeff Roth of Rose AZA Eisenberg, 399-4677.
Jack Benny AZA is sell-
country. Because he was and Joy Enoch of
ing "lox boxes" (bagels, lox
impressed with what he Chavayrim BBYO.
MEYER saw, he requested descrip- The AZA Basketball and cream cheese) to resi-
MUSIC tive material to take back to League will meet Sunday at dents in Oak P.ark on Sun-
Executive Vice the Windsor Jewish Com- day mornings. Deliveries
355-2721 Japan.
President Charles Wolfe munity Centre. This week's will take place between 7
provided Dr. Maeda with a games will feature Goode and 9 a.m. To place an order,
set of slides and commen- vs. Herzl at 1 p.m., Hart vs. contact Richard Levitsky,
tary on the Home's opera- L'Chaim at 2 p.m., Posen vs. 967-3313; or Mark Freed-
Ruach at 3 p.m. and Samson Man, 967-3026.
The Great Lakes AZA
The materials are now vs. Kennedy at 4 p.m. Rose
being used as part of Dr. AZA leads Division I with a and BBG Councils will par-
Maeda's lectures on aging to 7-0 record while Hart AZA ticipate in the Israel Inde-
professionals and students leads Division II with a 5-1 pendence Day Parade at the
Southfield Civic Center on
throughout Japan. Dr. record.
Immediately following May 2. Chapters are
Maeda has expressed an
interest in continued col- the basketball competition encouraged to participate
laboration and in sharing Herzl AZA, Windsor, will and march with chapter
his department's insights hold a slave auction at the banners. Members are also
professionals at the Windsor Jewish Centre. encouraged to wear chapter
589-2478 with
Members of the chapter as t-shirts to the parade.
Home. '
Marchers are asked to
meet at the Bendix Corp.
building on Northwest-
ern Highway at Civic
Center Drive no later
than 11:30 a.m. BBYO will
enter a float in the
20% OFF*
parade. Those who are
interested in helping
*except selected items
build the float should call
Sheri Benkoff, 353-0060;
ORCHARD MALL I West Bloomfield
or Gary Naftaly, 968-2354.
Orchard Lake Rd. at Maple 1851-5110
Applications have been
Open Mon., Tues.. Wed. & Sat. 10-6 I Thurs. & Fri. 10-9
mailed to all AZA and BBG
chapters for Michigan
Region's Outstanding and
Most Improved Chapter
Awards. The awards will
recognize the chapters that
have best participated in
Council activities over the
past year and those that
have improved most in their
participation. The applica-
tions are due at the BBYO
office by May 25. The award
winners will be announced
at the AZA-BBG Council
The key to weight reduction is
Installation June 10 at Adat
not just how much you eat.
Shalom Synagogue.
BBYO announces the
That's why at Diet Center, we
of the following
design a program to meet your
new chapter presidents:
total diet needs. Including your
Harold Silverman, Samson
own Daily Counselor who helps
AZA; and Marla Peiss,
you reach your goal. The results:
Shoshanna BBG.
pounds and inches fade away. All
Committee chairmen
without shots, pills or gimmicks.
been selected for the
Call Diet Center for an
upcoming Elections Train-
appointment with one of our
ing Conclave at Camp Maas
highly-trained counselors today.
May 14-16. Overall coor-
And learn about our quick
dinators Cheryl Slutzky
and natural way to a healthier,
and Mark Levin announced
happier, new you.
the following appointments:
"Get to Know You," Andy
Counseling Makes
Kollin, Akiba AZA; Friday
the Difference
night service, Eva Tug-man,


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NY Dinner

American Friends of the
Jerusalem Mental Health
Center will hold an Interna-
tional Sports Awards
Dinner June 7 at the Shera-
ton Centre in New York.


Ahavah BBG; oneg Shabat,
Sheri Katzman, Shalom
Aviv BBG; Saturday morn-
ing service, Julie Weil, Sav-
age BBG; officer skills, Jac-
kie Paysner, Ahavah BBG;
"Building a Better You"
program, Marilyn Growe,
Glazer BBG; Saturday af-
ternoon program, Sheryl
Hollander, Shalom Aviv
BBG; caucusing, Sharon
Rich, Brice BBG; Havdala,
David Icikson, Beber AZA;
Saturday night social,
Sheryl Margolis, Dalyah
BBG; spirit, Helayne Shaw,
Savage BBG.


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