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March 21, 1986 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-21

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50 Friday, March 21, 1986


Videotaping of
weddings, bar mitzvahs
and parties.


brute m. weiss


26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

Southeast corner Northwestern
Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
Thurs. 10-8:30


Neal Duchin
(313) 356-2772

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Bermuda Vacation
Available At Delta

Delta Air Lines has announced
new Dream Vacation packages to
Bermuda. Included in Delta's
Bermuda Dream Vacation pack-
age price are round-trip transpor-
tation, hotel accommodations and
bonus features.
Bonus features include two-
for-one admission aboard a two-
hour glass bottom boat cruise of
the coral reef and sea gardens,
two-for-one admission to "The
Club" disco; two-for-one admis-
sion to Disco 40 and The 40
Thieves Club; and discounts on a
half-day Alibi Dream Sail and a
six-hour East End excursion to St.
Package prices begin as low as
$489 for three nights and $629 for
seven nights. Rates are per per-
son, based on double occupancy
and the EP meal plan, and are
subject to change. The packageg
are available through Nov. 30.
For information, call Delta's
Vacation Center, 1-800-523-7777
or see a travel agent.

Hora Aviv Dance

Hora Aviv will perform in a
dance concert on Saturday at 8
p.m. The concert will be held at
the Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit in West
Members of the Hora Aviv
dance groups are: Belle Green-
baum, Fay Knoll, Moshe Borens-
tein, Shelly Komer Jackier, Avi
Krispin, Clayton Hornbuckle,
Ami Dagan, Barbara Silbersc-
hein, Uri Levy, Alex Voss, Anita
Costanzo, Anne Kovsky, Linda
and Shlomo Rabinowitz.
The group is currently under
the direction of Lori Lapides.

Advocates For Deaf
Form New Group

On Our Designer
and Brand Name
Spring Suit Collection

Take an additional
$10 to s30 off our already
low discounted prices.

Troy • Troy Commons, 16 Mile (Big Beaver)

The Michigan Society for Deaf
Children has recently established
the Parents for Power Wayne
County Chapter in Wayne
The objectives of the chapter
are to improve the education, rec-
reation, health and employment
opportunities for all hearing-
impaired children.
The next meeting will be held
on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at
Sinai's Professional Building,
room 262, 14800 W. McNichols,
Detroit. An interpreter will be

at Rochester, 1 miles east of Somerset,
off 1-75 • 089.4860

Oak Park • Lincoln Center, Greenfield at
10'/2 Mile • 968-2060

West Bloomfield • Orchard Mall,

Orchard Lake at Maple (15 Mile) • 855-9955

Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-8; Suit. 12-5
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Aleynu Announces
Lecture Series

Aleynu of Metro Detroit, an
adult education program, is offer
ing classes in Oak Park and West
In Oak Park, "The Power of
'Jewish Wisdom" series is pre-
sented. This includes such topics
as "Business and Life: Living Like
a Professional," "The Power of
Sex," The Art of Conversation,"
and "Laughing at Problems." The

class meets at 8:30 On. every
The West Bloomfield series is
"Principle Jewish Concepts." God,
the soul, and the imperative to be
rational are a few of the ideas
covered. The class is
i on Wednes-
day evenings at 8 p.m.
All classes are held in private
homes at no charge. For informa-
tion, call Shelley Dunn, 968-3293;
or Rabbi Alon Tolwin, 968-0179.

Senior Center
Plans A Trip

The Oak Park Senior Center
will host a trip for seniors to see
Liberace, take a cruise on Lake
Erie and visit Sea World July 13
and 14.
The trip includes deluxe motor-
coach transportation, accommo-
dations at the Bond Court Hotel,
all-day cruise with buffet meals
and a shopping trip.
Fee for the trip is $175, based on
double occupancy. For details, call
the Oak Park Senior Center,


will have its general administra-
tive meeting on Wednesday at 8
p.m. at the Jewish War Veterans
headquarters. • Lipshaw-
Hoberman Auxiliary will provide
hostesses. President Elaine Levy
will update her report on the na-
tional presidents coming visit and
give an NEC report. Junior and
senior officers will give reports on
their future activities. For infor-
mation, call the JWV office, 559-

Post and Auxiliary will meet on
March 29 at 12:30 p.m. at the
MCL Cafeteria, in the Tel-12
Mall, for luncheon. Friends are
invited. Anne Weinstein,
president of the auxiliary, an-
nounces that first nomination of
officers will be held.


Association Names
Jewish Veterans

Former Jewish War Veterans
Michigan department Comman-
ders Jack Berman and Jack
Schwartz were elected president
and vice president, respectively,
of the Joint Memorial Day Asso-
The association obtains Ameri-
can flags from the city of Detroit
for decorating all veterans graves
in the Detroit area.
Berman and Schwartz are the
first JWV members elected to
serve as officers of the organiza-
tion. The association is comprised
of all major veterans organiza-
tions in the state.

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