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March 23, 1984 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-23

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54

Friday, March 23, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CAMP MOSS

Youth News

"A Community of Children"

Camp Moss is a residential overnight camp located
on 3,700 acres at Proud Lake recreation in Milford, MI

For kids 9-13

3/3 week sessions

Twenty-two staff service 108 campers when we're at capacity

Camp Moss Stresses Fellowship and Cooperation
A Full Camp Experience . With An Educational Theme

C.

Gary Moss, Director
P.O. Box 5465
West Bloomfield, MI 48033
(313) 851-2071

All campers will enjoy comfort-
able living quarters, swimming,
boating, nature studies, crafts,
trips and more.

"WHERE'S THE SALE???

NO, WE DON'T HAVE THE BEEF . . . BUT
WE'VE GOT A GREAT SALE . . . AT

"THE WAITING GAME" .. .

Friday, March 23rd -Saturday, March 24th

SPRING & SUMMER
MATERNITY CLOTHES

t1/4\,‘,

30-50% OFF

Applegate Square

The
Waiting
Game

Northwestern Highway
Southfield

352-9799

N
g/

;

Mon.-Sat. 10-5
Thurs. 10-8

P.S. Lottsa unadvertised Infant & Toddler Specials, too.

27th Annual
Most Photogenic
Child Contest

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *. * *

THREE GRAND PRIZES

• 1st Prize
4 , 2nd Prize
* 3rd Prize

$100 Savings Bond
$ 50 Savings Bond
$25 Gift Certificate

** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

FREE GIFT

1983 WINNER

Michelle Levin, 2 1/2 Yrs.

STARTS
APRIL 3

With Each Portrait Order

Beautiful Decorator Porcelain
Plate For Your Child's Portrait
$15 00 value

CONTEST AND PORTRAIT SALE
ONCE A YEAR SPECIAL

For Rules & Appointments, Call

Leo MOW Pbotograpby

352-7030

41

BETH ACHIM'SLAav
United Synagogue Youth
will sponsor their second
annual paper drive fund
raiser on April 1 from 1:30
p.m. to 4 p.m. All old news-
papers should be brought to
the synagogue between
those hours.
Shabat morning services
are held every Saturday at
10 a.m. for all youth groups.

r BBYO

For information on Beth
Achim youth activities, con-
tact Cara Loomus, youth di-
rector, 352-8679.

* * *

BNAI DAVID Atid
(grades nine-12) will go
duck-pin bowling in
Windsor Saturday, meeting
at 8 p.m. in the youth
lounge. There is a charge.
discounts will be given to

Activities

Brenda Fishman, the in-
ternational BBG president,
will participate in the AZA
60th anniversary program
at 8 p.m. today at Cong.
Beth Achim.
The program will feature
a creative community Sab-
bath service followed by a
special AZA 60th anniver-
sary program at which the
keynote speaker will be
Richard D. Heideman, a
former Detroiter and past
international president of
AZA.
A native of Greenbrae,
Calif., Miss Fishman will
study international rela-
tions at the University- of
California at Berkeley. She
has been heavily involved
in the BBG program for four
years and has moved from
leadership posts in her
chapter to regional
president to international
shlikha (emissary).
The entire Jewish com-
munity is invited.
Gen. Maurice Rose
AZA will sponsor its second
annual semi-formal spring
dance at 8 p.m. Saturday at
Southfield-Lathrup High
School. The dance will fea-
ture disc jockey Eddie Ro-
gers of WMJC radio. There
is an admission charge, and
refreshments will be served.
Chairmen for the event are
Mark Jeross and Robert
Lipsitz.
The AZA Basketball
League will not play Sun-
day. Wallenberg AZA con-
tinues to lead Division I
with a 6-1 record, while
Herzl AZA, Windsor, leads
Division II, also with a 6-1
record. Mike Rosenthal of
Wallenberg is the scoring
leader at 26.0 per game,
while Mark Burk of Herzl
follows at 21.0.
The next meeting of the
BBYO board of directors
will take place 8 p.m. Mon-
day at the BBYO office.
Charles Ruben will present
the 1984 budget for ap-
proval, and Ida Stein will
update the board's current
fund-raising efforts.

drivers. For reservations by
5 p.m. today, call Youth Di-
rector Monte Schloss, 559-
6399; Jeff Kaufman, 968-
1745; or the youth office,
557-8325.
Junior Congregation and
Story Hour will have a
Shabat luncheon on March
31. Reservation deadline is
Wednesday. Admission to
the luncheon is free.
Masada (grades six-eight)
will visit the Cranbrook In-
stitute of Science and
planetarium on April 1,
meeting at 1:30 p.m. in the
youth lounge. Reservation
deadline is Wednesday.
Talit and Tefilin will re-
sume services at 9:30 a.m.
April 1. Boys age 13 and
over are invited.

* * *

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD boys and

girls groups will meet at
5:20 p.m. Saturday. The
groups are designed for girls
in nursery school through
sixth grade and for boys in
nursery through fourth
grade.

Brenda Fishman

• BBYO will sponsor a trip
to visit the University of
Michigan Hillel Foundation
in Ann Arbor on Wednes-
day. The program is open to
all AZA and BBG juniors
and seniors and will include
a tour of campus, informa-
tion on Jewish life on cam-
pus, and a kosher lunch
with Hillel members. A
chartered bus will leave the
BBYO office at 9:30 a.m.
Reservations are necessary.
For reservations, contact
Brian Ackerson at the
BBYO office, 522-8260.
Three Michigan Region
BBYO advisers are among
50 advisers who will par-
ticipate in the first BBYO
Mission to Israel Sunday
through April 8. Attending
from Michigan Region are
Ian Alexis, adviser to Herzl
AZA, Windsor; Cindy
Horowitz, Dalyah BBG; and
Janice Lampear, Erani
BBG.
Yachad BBG, Windsor,
will hold its annual fashion
show at 7:30 p.m. April 1 at
the Caboto Club, 2175 Par-
ent St., Windsor. There is an
admission charge, and re-
freshments will be served. A
chartered bus will be avail-
able at no charge for any
AZA or BBG member wish-
ing to attend. The bus will
leave the BBYO office at
6:30 p.m. Reservations are
necessary and can be made
by calling the BBYO office,
552-8260, by Wednesday.

To our readers

In an effort to serve you more efficiently, The Jewish News
requests that local publicity conform to the following
guidelines: All publicity should be typed, double-spaced on
one side of an 81/2"x11" piece of paper; publicity should include
the time, date and place (complete street address if in a pri-
vate home) for the event and all addresses and phone numbers
must be accompanied by a first and last name. Please include
the name and phone number of someone we can reach during
the day in case we need more information. Effective with the
April 6 issue, the regular local news deadline will be at noon
on Friday prior to the next week's edition. Incomplete or
handwritten copy will not be used. If you have questions, call
Heidi Press, local news editor, 424-8833, during business
hours.

Seniors to meet
at Temple Israel

The next meeting of the
Temple Treasures, the
newly formed senior citi-
zens group of Temple Israel,
will be held 1 p.m. Tuesday
in Herman Hall in the tem-
ple.
A program has been
planned featuring Maxine
Kronick who will present a
film entitled "The Story of
the Kleine Shtetl."
Admission fee includes
the program and refresh-
ments. Everyone is wel-
come. ,
Transportation is avail-
able. For information, call
the temple, 661-5700.
For reservations, call
Paula Berlow, 642-9149; or
Ruth Jaslow, 357-1534.

Genealogy unit
to meet Tuesday

The Genealogical Branch
of the Jewish Historical
Society of Michigan will
meet 7:45 p.m. Tuesday in
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Ruth Keith, organizer
and founder of the Bloom-
field Hills Branch of the
Mormon Genealogical Li-
brary, will be the guest
speaker.
The Computerized Fam-
ily Finder, consisting of
4,400 entries, will be avail-
able.

Software line
for Passover

Chicago — A new line of
Passover software for home
computers has been intro-
duced by the Davka Corp.
The six prograns from
Davka combine educational
and entertainment con-
cepts.
For information on the
programs available, contact
the Davka Corp., 845 N.
Michigan Ave., Suite 843,
Chicago, Ill. 60611.

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