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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-25

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r Youth News

ADAT SHALOM Mig-

dal Tzion will have a
Hanuka dinner-theater
event Wednesday at the
synagogue, meeting at 5:30
p.m. for the first
candlelighting. There will
be latkes and games. For de-
tails, call Social Vice Presi-
dent Ethan Gilan 855-5663.
The group will have an
oneg Shabat with the
Shaarey Zedek United
Synagogue Youth 8 p.m.

Dec. 2 at Shaarey Zedek.
Nitzanim and Garinim
will have a Hanuka party 2
p.m. Dec. 4 at the
synagogue. Nitzanim mem-
bers should bring grab bag
gifts. For details, call advis-
ers Rhonda Neuvirth, 851-
2688; Arthur Wilhelm,
476-1187; or Heidi
Wilhelm, 476-9532.
Shabat services are held
10 a.m. Saturdays for all
youth.

BBYO Activities

Posen AZA will hold its
annual "Turkey Day" dance
8 p.m. Saturday at the main
United Hebrew Schools
building. The D.J. for the
dance will be Rich Hodder.
There is a nominal charge.
Dress for the dance is in-
formal. Jon Traines, adviser
to Posen AZA, will be in
charge of program supervi-
sion.
The next meeting of the
BBYO Board of Directors
will take place 8 p.m. Mon-
day at the BBYO office.
Gloria Ellis and Ida Nathan
will report on plans to up-
date the BBYO Library.
Brandeis AZA will
sponsor a movie party 8 p.m.
Dec. 3 at the main United
Hebrew Schools building.
The evening will feature
"Three Stooges" movies and
cartoons. There is a nominal
charge. For information,
call Brian Shapiro, 334-
7755; or Steve Hoffman,
851-7392.

mission, open to all AZA
and BBG advisers in the
United States, Canada, En-
gland, and Europe, and
their spouses. The mission
will depart from New York
on March 25 and return
April 8.

The mission is being
subsidized by the Jewish
Agency, and each adviser
attending will be asked
for a commitment of at
least one additional year
of advising a BBYO chap-
ter. For information on
the mission, contact Ar-
nold Weiner, BBYO di-
rector, 552-8260.

Volunteer advisers are
still being sought for AZA
chapters in Southfield,
Livonia, West Bloomfield
and Huntington Woods. To
volunteer, contact Brian
Ackerson, 552-8260.

Miss Newman
Plans to Marry

The next BBG Council
meeting will be held 7
p.m. Thursday at the
Bnai Brith &Hiding. The
next AZA Council meet-
ing will be held 7 p.m.
Dec. 5 in the same facility.
The meetings will focus
on final details for the
forthcoming regional
convention, which will
take place Dec. 25-29 at
the main Jewish Com-
munity Center.

AZA and BBG members
will participate in the fifth
annual Youth Symposium
on the Holocaust, which will
take place 9 a.m. Dec. 7 at
the Metropolitan United
Methodist Church, 8000
Woodward, Detroit. The
program is co-sponsored by
the Greater Detroit Round
Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and
Jews and by the Jewish
Community Council.
The theme of this year's
symposium is "Before It Is
Too Late." Students will be
excused from school for this
program. The cost of the
program is free, but BBYO
will offer transportation by
chartered bus from the
BBYO office at 8:30 a.m. at
a nominal charge. Particip-
ants should bring a bag
lunch. Beverages will be
served. For information,
contact Lydia Grand, 557-
0583; or Grant Greenberg,
855-1751.
BBYO announces an In-
ternational BBYO Advis-
ers' Mission to Israel, a
15-day training and touring

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS ' friday; November 25, 1983 19

Photographer Leo Knight
is making a special offer to
couples who are celebrating
their 50th wedding an-
niversaries.
Knight is offering celeb-
rants an 11"x14" color por-
trait of themselves free of
charge. Persons wishing to
take advantage of the offer
must make an appointment
to have the portrait taken at
the studio. For appoint-
ment, call the studio, 352-
7030.
In addition to the full
color portrait, Knight also
will give the couple a free
black-and-white glossy
photograph for publication
with a story to be included
in a future issue of The
Jewish News.

MISS NEWMAN

• We Sell Diamonds Only
• By Appointment Only

Speaks to Parley

"The Diamond Cutters"
3000 Town Center,

Southfield, Michigan::

355-2300

LEO KNIGHT

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the Certified Photographer
Award of the Professional
Photographers of Michigan.

Bruce Tabashneck, direc-
tor of single adult programs
at the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan De-
troit, presented a special
paper examining :the unmet
needs of single adults at the
National. Association of So-
cial Workers Annual Con-
ference this week.

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, Always 20% Off

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Fri. and Sat. 10-5:30. Thuis. 10-8

Say "YES" to Israel's Future on

THE WEEK OF GREEN SUNDAY
DECEMBER 11-15

Musical Group
to Entertain

Dental Fraternity, will
have a family Hanuka party
and dinner 4 p.m. Sunday at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Friends and relatives are
invited. For information,
call Dr. Fred F. Fischer,
661-2444 or 422-4350.

29260 Franklin Road

in the Clayrnoor Bldg.. S _ uite 118
E. of Northwestern Hwy. 354 - 3393

Hours: Mon.-Wed.,

Listed in the - national
photographers directory,
Knight has been designated
a credited professional
photographer by the Profes-
sional Photographers of
Michigan.
Knight recently received

DETROIT ALUMNI
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By taking advantage of
the portrait offer, families
will have a keepsake to pass
down to their descendants.
Knight has been a profes-
sional photographer for the
past 28 years. He opened his
first studio in 1956. He
moved his studio to 26571
W. 12 Mile, Southfield, 13
years ago.
He attended Wayne State
University and the Winona
School of Photography in
Des Plaines, Ill. A winner of
state and national photo
competitions, Knight is the
past president of the Profes-
sional Photographers of
Michigan and the Detroit
Professional Photography
Association.

(Men'sClull;

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Call Jerry Turken at
The New York
Diamond Cutting
Company TM

Asked why he is mak-
ing the special offer,
Knight said that he
wanted to provide a
community service. He
said people bring in pic-
tures of their parents to
be touched up and tell
him that they are sorry
they never had a portrait
of their parents made.

The Melody Musicale En-
semble will entertain under
the direction of Louise
Lazarus at 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Jewish Federa-
tion Apts., announces Pres-
ident Ruth Handelman.
The musical Hanuka
program will feature vio-
linist Evelyn Berger and ac-
companists Zelda Keil and
Adele Miller.

esty. To uncover a woman's
head was a humiliation.
—Isaiah 3:17

SAVE UP TO 60% ON
DIAMONDS

He holds the degree of
Master of Photography
and photographic
craftsman.

Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence D.
Newman of West Bloom-
field announce the engage-
ment of their daughter,
Nancy Lee, to Dr. Jeffrey L.
Adler, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sandor Adler, also of West
Bloomfield.
Miss Newman earned a
BA degree at the University
of Michigan and attends the
Wayne State University
Law School. Her fiance
earned a DDS degree at the
U-M School of Dentistry.
A January wedding is
planned.

In biblical times, women
covered their heads as a
sign of chastity and mod-

50th Wedding Anniversary
Special Offer Awaits You

1

For over 80 years, the Jewish National Fund has
been saying "yes" to Israel's future. Through ex-
tensive afforestation, land reclamation, and break-
through agricultural research, the JNF has helped
bring new life to an ancient land.
Today, this nation-building work continues. But
vast stretches of barren terrain still remain to be
covered by a blanket of green.

On the week of GREEN SUNDAY— aJNF
volunteer will be calling to ask you to plant
trees in Israel for each member of your
family.

v4,

Say "YES" to the Greening of Israel.
Plant trees in Israel on
JNF's GREEN SUNDAY.

Please! We need volunteers. Call us if you want to help make
phone calls on the week of Green Sunday. 557-6644.

Jewish National Fund
18877 West 10 Mile Rd.
Southfield, MI 48075

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