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February 11, 1983 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Aliya a Major Topic of Sunday
`Step Up to Israel' Conference

Your Guests Deserve
The Finest At
Your Party

To Add A Touch Of
Elegance
Include

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Call

BOB WEINBERG
559-7742

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Travel, business and in-
vestment opportunities,
volunteering, retirement
and general aliya will be
among the topics covered in
the educational program,

Congratulations

ANN R. ABELS

Love Sid

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BACK
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TAMARACK
Sunday, Feb. 20, luta — 9 AM-5 PM

for STAFF, ALUMNI, FAMILY AND FRIENDS

"A WINTER'S DAY GATHERING"

A large number of activities will be taking place throughout the
day, including ice skating, tobogganing, cross-country skiing,
snowshoeing; ice fishing and hiking. The camp will have a
limited number of toboggans, skis, fishing poles and snow
shoes available for participants to use, but registrants are
advised to bring their own equipment. Coffee, tea, hot'choco-
late and cookies will be available all day long. A hot lunch will be
served at 12:30 p.m.

A fee of $5.00 per adult and $3.00 for children will be charged.
The fee will include coffee, hot chocolate, donuts, lunch and
use of the camp's equipment and facilities. Unpaid 1983 dues
of $5.00 will be collected if not already paid.

Remember the Way?

1-75 North to Grange Hall Rd. (Fenton exit-turn right) to Barron
Rd. (turn left) to Perryville Rd. (turn right) to entrance (register
at Camp Office).

Questions/Directions call us Sunday at camp 1-627-2821.
Keep the 01' Tamarack Spirit Flowin

and The Alumni Association Growin



Join the:

TAMARACK STAFF ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

6600 W. Maple Rd., W. Bloomfield, Mi. 48033

(313) 661-0600

ZOD Hosts Film Night

"Step Up To Israel," to be
held 1 p.m. Sunday at the
main Jewish Community
Center. The conference is
geared to high school stu-
dents and adults.
RETMEMENT
Serving as experts for
each of the topics are:
VOWNTEER
travel, Director of Israel
Government Tourist
SNVESTMINT
Bureau, N.Y., Amnon
TRAVEL
Gilad, and Detroit repre-
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sentative, Annette Meskin,
president of Hadassah;
STEP UP TO ISRAEL
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business and investment
opportunities, President of erated in the project provid-
the American-Israel ing film and photo process-
Chambe'r of Commerce and ing. Detroiters who edited
Industry, Midwest Region, and wrote the script in-
Lloyd Shefsky and De- cluded Ed Rosenthal, execu-
troiter Morris Lieberman, tive director of Jewish Na-
national board of AMPAL; tional Fund; Irwin Shaw,
volunteer opportunities, former executive director of
Director of the Israel the Jewish Community
Aliya Center, Brooklyn/ Center; Arni Cohen,
Manhattan and Coordi- shaliakh of the Israel Aliya
nator of Project 1000, Center, and 'Esther Tal, his
Shmuel Hollander, and De- assistant; and Shelly tac-
troit representatives, Jac- kier, co-ordinator of the Is
qui and Jerry Kaufman; re- rael Information and Re-
tirement, President of the source Center.
A special map of De-
North American Aliya
Movement (NAAM), Tsip- troiters in Israel .created by
ora Liben, and Detroit Ron Petrowski will be un-
representative, Bess Sten- veiled.
Organizations who have
buck; aliya, Director of the
Israel Aliya Center, Michi- not yet reserved a booth to
gan Region, Ami Cohen, promote their trips to Israel
and Detroit representative, and educational projects in
Aliza Slatis, chairman, Israel are •asked to contact
the Israel Aliya _Center,
Chug Aliya.
A special ceremony will 661-1084(5); or the Israel
take place to honor those Information and Resource
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who will shortly emigrate to Center, 661-1948.
Youth
groups
will
pro-
Israel. It will be led by
Harmon Bayer, president of vide food and refresh-
the Association of Parents ments, including felafel.
There is no charge and no
of Americans in Israel. De-
troiters to be honored in- advance registration.
clude: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Workshops will be limited
(Carol) Perecrnan and their according to room size.
six children, Dr. and Mrs.
Burt (Arlene) Faudem and
their four children, Cantor
and Mrs. Earl (Elana) Be-
rris, Mrs. Slatis and her
three children and Yetta
Bodzin.
"The Detroit Connec-
tion," an audio-visual
production of Detroiters
already in Israel, will be
presented. The photos
were taken by Ed Bayer,
hometown reunion
chairman for Detroit and
son of Harmon Bayer,
and by Lisa Preiss, aliya
liaison for the Associa-
tion of Americans . and
Canadians in Israel.
Former Detroiter, Shel-
don Klimist of Israel, coop-

The Zionist Organization
of America — Detroit Dis-
trict will have a film night
and open forum 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center.
Three films will be
shown: "The Russian Con-
nection,". "Sinai Toward
Peace" and "Operation
Peace, for Galilee."
The moderator of the dis-

cussion will be Menahem
Glaser, a board member of
the Detroit District— ZOA.
The public is invited.
There is no admission
charge. For information,
call the ZOD, 569-1515.

If a civil word or two will
render a man happy, he
must be a wretch indeed
who will not give them to
him.



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Hebrew U. Gets
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