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August 06, 1982 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Film Festival Set

The First Annual Jewish ditorium, 26000 Evergreen,
Film Festival will be held Southfield.
Aug. 22-26 at the South-
The film festival is spon-
field Civic Center Au-
sored by the Labor Zionist
Alliance, National Commit-
tee for Labor Israel — His-
have them
tadrut, Labor Zionist Insti-
REMEMBER YOUR AFFAIRS
tute and Habonim Labor
with
Zionist Youth.
COMPUTER PORTRAITS
The film schedule is as
follows: Aug. 22, 8 p.m.;
Framed Pictures,
• "Song of the Sephardi" and
Posters, T-Shirts, Etc. • "Chicken Soup"; Aug. 24, 8
• p.m., "Yudi" and "The Free
BANQUETS, PARTIES • Voice of Labor: The Jewish
WEDDINGS, SHOWERS • Anarchists"; Aug. 25, 2
p.m., "Topele"; Aug. 26, 8
MITZVAHS, ETC.

• • p.m., "The Last Sea."

Maccabia at Center's Day Camp

With temperatures near
90 degrees, participants in
the recent Maccabia Games
at the Jewish Community
Center Day Camp may have
felt they were in Israel
rather than in West Bloom-
field.
But the heat didn't slow
down the nearly 300
youngsters who took part in
athletic events on the two
closing days of the camp's
first session. The day camp's
Maccabia was patterned
after the Olympic-style
games that are held every
four years in Israel.

Call
Stuart Rogoff is super-
• Series tickets are avail- visor
of the day camp's
able
at
the
LZA
office,
• • PHOTOGRAPHIC
25900 Greenfield, Suite Judaic programming and
the competition.
'•COMPUTER IMAGES, INCA; 205A, Oak Park 48237. A headed
Rogoff said that the two-day
self-addressed,
stamped

(313) 851-5977
•I
envelope must be enclosed. sports event was initiated
• Also

located in Tally
"to teach the kids about the
0 . For information, call the
Farmington Hills
Israeli origins of the Mac-
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•••••• LZA, 967-3170.
cabia, while promoting a
sense of cooperation and
17: '
team spirit."
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Rogoff was aided in his
tr.7 ■ t t-•
planning by Dr.Martin
Oliff, the JCC's director
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health and physical
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education. Coinciden-
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tally, Oliff is supervising

Campers and counsell ors enjoyed the Center Day
a JCC team of young
athletes who are compet- Camp's Maccabia.


ing this week in the North at one end of the pool.
also featured cheerleading
American Maccabia
rill ■ C
The activities culminated contests and creation and
Games
in
Memphis,
with a series of tourna- display of banners.
Mari
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Tenn.
ments that included soccer,
The closing ceremony was

Rogoff divided the first kickball and a relay race. complete with award rib-
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through sixth graders into For those not athletically bons and the Maccabia
teams, each with its own inclined, the competition torch.
color and the name of a bi-
blical Hebrew tribe. Points
were tallied for such events
as the 50-yard dash, broad
jump and softball throw.
ROSE SHERER SO- les age 21-45 are invited. TO
In the water Olympics,

the teams labored to carry a , CIALITES will have an in- get on the mailing list, write
slippery watermelon door wienie roast and social Oakland Singles, P.O. Box
through the water to a goal 7 p.m. Aug. 15 at the North- 93, Birmingham, 48012.
gate West Apts. club house.
* * *
Paid-up members, spouses Singles Weekend
and friends are invited.
There is a charge. For in Cincinnati
reservations, call President
Single Scene of Cincin-
Dorothy Goldberg, 548- nati Will sponsor a singles
6850; or Program Chairman weekend Sept. 3-6 at the
Pete Steffiri, 968-2432.
Marriott Inn, Cincinnati.
* * *
Single men and, women
GOOD FRIENDS will age 35-65 are invited. Cost
Precious pearls of high
hear the Detroit Concert of the weekend includes
quality and high luster
Band at the State Fair meals, dinner-dances, open
mounted on i.ikt post for
pr.
grounds Sunday, leaving by hospitality room, swim-
pierced cars. (Clip style
carpool from the Northgate ming, poolside dancing and
available at extra charge.)
Reg. $50.00
Apts., 25631 Lincoln Ter- tennis. Motel rooms are
Major Charge Cards Accepted
race Dr., No. 101, at 6:30 extra.
I lours: Mon. thru Fri. to 5; Sat. 9 to
p.m. There is a charge, and a
For reservations and in-
557-9422
wine-and-cheese afterglow formation, write chairman
will follow.
16300 W. Nine Mile Road
Emily Loewenstein, 7400
Financial consultant Elbrook, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Lobby Charter House Apts.
Marilyn Eskovitz will speak 45237, (513) 351-0997.
Suite 120, Southfield, MI
on "Savings for the Future,"
8 p.m. Aug. 18 at the North-
gate Apts., 25631 Lincoln Immunization
Terrace Dr., Apt. 101, Oak Clinic Offered
Park. There is a charge.
The Oakland County
Softball and a cookout are Health Division will offer
scheduled for 4 p.m. Aug. 21 an immunization clinic for
at Cranbrook Park, Webs- Farmington and surround-
ter and Southfield Roads, ing communities at the
Southfield. There is a William Grace Elementary
charge. Participants are re- School, 29040 Shiawassee,
quested to bring their own Farmington from 9 a.m. to
beverages.
noon Thursday.
For information on Good
Immunizations for mea-
Friends events, call Sandra sles, German measles,
Maurer, 968-6191, eve- mumps, polio, diphtheria,
nings.
tetanus, and whooping
* * *
cough are available.
OAKLAND SINGLES
A parent or guardian
will have their next party must accompany the child_
and dance 8:30 p.m. Aug. 15 under 18 years of age, and
at Scandals iri the South- bring any previous records -
field Ramada Inn. Cash bar of immunizations, includ-
and music for dancing will ing any letters or notices
highlight the evening. Sing- from school.





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