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June 10, 1983 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-10

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48 Friday, June 10, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

First Mich. Jewish Cemetery Receives Historical Marker

A state historical marker
will be dedicated at the site
of the first Jewish cemetery
in Michigan, in the east
courtyard of the Rackham

Building on Fletcher be-
tween Washington and
Huron in Ann Arbor at
11:30 a.m. Sunday.
At this site the early

Jewish community of Ann
Arbor, the first Jewish
community in Michigan, es-
tablished a cemetery in
1848-1849, several years

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In the West Bloomfield Plaza

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Laundry Bags
Rubber Ditty Bags
Wool Army Blankets
Acrylic Camp Blankets
Canteen, 1 or 2 qts.

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Camp Knives
Collapsible Drink Cups
Tooth Brush Holders ❑
m Ground Sheets


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Foot Lockers and
Trunks
Nylon Bug Netting
Fitted Cot Sheets
Insect Repellent
Compass
Unbreakable Mirrors
Shoe Bags
Rain Ponchos
Sleeping Bag
Covers
Nametapes

Official T-Shirts -
Sweatshirts
Shorts & Visors

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Speedo Swim Suits

Nose and Ear Plugs ❑
Bio-degradable Soap ❑
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Back Packs
Sleeping Bags

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- A food distribution center
for the needy will be opened
Tuesday in the Oak Park
bus garage of United He-
brew Schools. The center
will serve as a distribution
point for five Oakland Mar-
ketplace groups, under the
Gleaners program, which
distributes food to the
needy.
The Jewish War Vete-
rans, coordinated by past
state commander William
Greenberg, have agreed to
staff the operation. The
facility will be supervised
by the Jewish Community
Council under agreement
with the Jewish Welfare
Federation and United
Community Services.

The best preparation for
the future is the present
well seen to the last duty
well done.
—G. Macdonald

Manufacturers and Stylists

OF FINE JEWELRY

27831 Southfield at 11 1/2 Mile
Lathrup Village

Junior Division of the tee includes Norman D.
Jewish Welfare Federation Ash, Susan Gershenson,
will elect officers and board Betsy Snider Heuer and Jef-
members at its 45th annual frey H. Howard. Outgoing
meeting June 21 at the President James A. Safran
Standard Club North.
will report on the past year's
The community is invited activities.
to attend the 7:30 p.m.
Junior Division is open
event, which will feature to persons of post-college
entertainment by jazz age through their mid
singer Ursula Walker, per- 30s. Its focus includes
forming with the Buddy education, leadership
Budson trio.
development, service,
Helen Kaye is chairing fund-raising and social
the meeting, with co- activities.
chairman Gerald 0. Brody.
Reservations are recom-
The slate of officers will be mended, and there is a
submitted by nominating charge. For information,
committee chairman Ste- call division director
ven L. Harris. The commit- Sandra Feuer, 965-3939.

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after the community was
organized by immigrants
from Germany and
Bohemia.
Participating .in the pro-
gram will be Secretary of
State Richard Austin; the
Jewish Historical Society of
Michigan; Rabbi Allan
Kensky of Beth Israel Con-
gregation; 'a descendant of
the Weil family, the leading
family of Ann Arbor's early
Jewish community; and
Helen 'Aminoff, who wrote
"The First Jews in Ann Ar-
bor," published in the
January 1983 edition of the
Journal of the Jewish His-
torical Society of Michigan.
The community is in-
vited. Following the cere-
mony, there will be a lunch-
eon at Beth Israel Congre-
gation, 2000 Washtenaw,
Ann Arbor.

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