THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
(up to four visits)
CHILDREN ABSOLUTELY WELCOME,
24350 SOUTHFIELD RD.
FOR INFORMATION CALL
MR. FERBER 557-8210
Imimm.,,u,um, NINTH THIS COUPON
Violinist Jerome Stasson has
been named teacher of the Year
by the Detroit Musicians League.
Stasson heads the Fine Arts
Department at Martin Luther
King High School.
CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK
Silverman-Detroit Post will
meet 10 a.m. Sunday at the
JWV Memorial Home to discuss
the recent poppy sale. Breakfast
at 9:15 a.m. will precede the
Tuesday Evening, June 11, 8 P.M.
ADMISSION IS FREE
all DelMar Mini-Blinds
and Window Treatments
ASH WALLPAPER COMPANY
2374 FRANKLIN ROAD
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICHIGAN 48013
Tickets may be obtained by sending a writ-
ten request and a stamped self-addressed
envelope to Weisberg Concert c/o Congre-
gation Shaarey Zedek, 27375 Bell Road,
Southfield 48034. Patron 'tickets available
at $25 per person.
No phone requests, please
The Peter and Clara Weisberg Concert is
being presented under the auspices of the
Cultural Commission of Congregation
EINSTEIN CHAPTER will
have a paid-up membership
dinner, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the Zionist Cultural Center.
Dues may be paid at the door.
Women interested in joining
Einstein Chapter should contact
Sara Cwaiganberg, 559-3138.
TIKVAH LODGE will hold its
annual dinner 7 p.m. June 9 at
Rehovot — Professor Ephraim
Katchalski-Katzir of the Weiz-
mann Institute has been named
one of the two first recipients of
the Japan Prize in Biotechnology
that was awarded in Tokyo. The
prize honors researchers who
have made original contributions
to science, "and have thereby ad-
vanced human peace and prosper-
The award has a 50 million yen
(approximately $200,000) prize.
In addition to his ranking posi-
tion at the Weizmann Institute,
Prof. Katchalski-Katzir, who
served as Israel's fourth president
from 1973 to 1978, heads the
Biotechnology Center at Tel Aviv
COMMUNITY VISITING DAYS
AT CAMP TAMARACK - SUNDAY, JUNE 2
AT CAMP MAAS - SUNDAY, JUNE 9
Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy a day at camp. Recreational equipment and some
facilities, including boating, will be available. Lemonade provided free.
(Bus tours available at Camp Maas)
Directions to Camp Maas and Camp Tamarack:
Camp Maas, Ortonville/Silverman Village
From Detroit, drive north to 1-75 to the Fenton exit, follow Grange Hall
Road east, past Sheriff's Department, to Barron Road. Turn left on Barron
Road for 1 1/2 miles to Perryville Road. Turn right on Perryville Road for 1/2
mile to comp entrance. Or take Northwestern Highway to Telegraph Road
(US 24). Turn right on Telegraph and continue on US 24 to US 10 (Dixie
Hwy. ). Turn left and proceed on US 10 for approximately 17 miles to
Grange Hall Road (at Sheriff's Department). Turn right on Grange Hall Road
and proceed for 3 miles to Barron Road. Turn left (north) 1 1/2 miles to Per-
ryville Rood. Be sure to make a right turn onto Perryville Road and proceed
1/2 mile to camp entrance.
Camp Tamarack, Brighton
Take the Lodge Freeway to the Lansing exit (696) to 1-96. Follow 1-96
west for about 23 miles. Take the US-23 NORTH exit and follow US-23 north
for 8 miles. Take the M-59 exit (marked PONT1AC-HARTLAND). Follow M-59
west (left from exit ramp) for a very short distance, until you come to a traf-
fic light. This is the old US-23, which is parallel to the new US-23 ex-
pressway. Turn left on US-23 (which is almost like a service drive on the ex-
pressway) and go about 2 miles. Then, turn right (west) onto the Camp
road. You may also take Northwestern Highway to 1-696 to 1-96, then fol-
lowing the above directions, taking 1-96 north to US-23, and so on.
Apply now. Spaces still available.
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