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April 20, 1984 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FOR WOMEN

1984 YOUNG LEADERSHIP MISSION TO ISRAEL

Exciting Resident Camp Programs

For Singles and Couples Ages 22-39






$1699.00 per person

For details phone

boys & girls entering the 6th thru 10th grades
bunk activities
individual choice activities
all-camp events on Jewish themes

computers, horseback riding, video taping, sailing, photography, aerobic
dance, sports, ceramics, swimming, crafts, tennis, hiking/canoe trips.

ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
569-1515

Call 661-0600 for brochure on this camp and Camp Tamarack, Teen Travel
Trips, Camp Kennedy. Scholarships are available for qualifying families.

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23133 Coolidge at 9 Mile, Oak Park

Ad Expires 4/24/84.

Daily 10-7, Sunday 10-5.

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FOOD STORAGE CONTA NERS

Rabbi Efry G. Spectre of
Adat Shalom Synagogue
will discuss South Ameri-
can Jewry on May 8 at 8
p.m. in the United Hebrew
Schools' LaMed Ar. -
ditorium.
During the program,
sponsored by the Jewish
Community Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit, Rabbi
Spectre will present slides
taken during his recent trip
to Peru, Chile, Argentina
and Brazil.
The community is in-
vited. There is no charge.

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South American
Jewry subject
of address

Susan Moiseev, chairman
of the Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De- •
troit's Community Rela-
tions Committee (CRC),
has arranged a mission to
Lansing for CRC members
on May 9.
Mission participants will
meet with Representatives
Maxine Berman and Joe
Forbes and Sen. Jack Faxon
as well as with Shelby Sol-
omon, executive assistant
and executive director of the
governor's office.

Fresh Air Society's

MAY 17-MAY 31, 1984

Dean Harold R. Johnson,
School of Social Work Uni-
versity of Michigan, joins
Dr. Wilma Donahue, direc-
tor, International Center
for Social Gerontology,
Washington, D.C., and Dr.
Ronald E. Trunsky, associ-
ate director, department of
psychiatry, Sinai Hospital,
as guest speakers at a meet-
ing of National Council of
Jewish Women, Greater
Detroit Section, Public Af-
fairs Department to be held
Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at
the NCJW office, 16400 W.
12 Mile, Suite 106, South-
field.
The topic will be "The Art
of Maturing."
Public Affairs Education
Committee members are:
Sonia Macey, president;
Judy Marx, chairman;
Stephanie Keywell, vice
chairman; Hermine Silver,
vice president.
Seminar of Aging Pro-
gram Committee members
are: Nena Dillick, chair-
man, Mary Lakoff, co-
chairman; and Esther
Bauer, Marilyn Silver,
Anne Caplan, Ada
Feldman, Ann Rubin,
Freddy Shiffman, Hilda
Erman, Zivia Grekin,
Norma Schonwetter, Hilda
Lucas, Beryl Winkelman
and Josephine Weiner.
A mini luncheon will be
served. Checks should be
made payable to "You're
Never Too Old," and are due
Monday at the NCJW
offices.

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CAMP MARS ORTONVILLE

Zionist Organization of America

Maturing topic
of NCJW event

Friday; April 20, 1984

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