ENTENNIAL LODGE will
[ ld its annual Anti-Defamation
ague dinner 7 p.m. Thursday
Chuck Joseph's restaurant,
.rkley. Gene Farber, co-
airman of Michigan Regional
L's legislative affairs corn-
tee, will speak. There is a
arge. For reservations, call
n Davis, 855-9160; or Harold
CLIPPERY 1 ANY $ 4 SERVICE
19011 W. 10 Mile at Santa Barbara. Sfld.
Evening hours Wed. & Thurs.
Call for appointment
Providing nursing care in hospitals and homes
wishes to announce the location
of our new offices
28237 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington Hills, MI
Help Us Celebrate!
40th Anniversary Summer
P.V.C. PATIO SET SPECIAL!
5 pc. set Royale
Jolt Classic IV
The B'nai B'rith Golf Classic
will be held this year at
, m-O-Shanter Country Club
Ralph Miller will serve as
airman of the day-long event
aich raises funds for the B'nai
rith Youth and Service pro-
•ams in Michigan. As in the
tst, proceeds will go directly to
e Hillel Foundations at
.dyne State University, the
diversity of Michigan, Michi-
In State University and the
illel Counselorship at Western
ichigan- University. The local
nai B'rith Youth Organization
so will be a recipient.
Open to all, the B'nai B'rith
off Classic only will accommo-
te registered players. Tee-off
me is 12:30 p.m. Each golf tic-
t entitles the participant to:
let parking, all of the country
ab facilities, range balls, the
■ holes of golf preceeded by a
iffet luncheon, cocktail recep-
6 n and banquet in the evening.
ck Purtan will serve as the
Oster of ceremonies at the
new clients only)
hearing from you.
5 pc. Lattice Group
10976 Chambray Court
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
Both available in assorted colors
TEAR OFF AND MAIL
27030 Evergreen Road
Mon.-Sot. 10-5:30 • Immediate Delivery
open Sunday 12-4 for your convenience
N OSY VISIT/
Sherwin Tukel, president of
e Zionist Organization of
merica, Metropolitan Detroit
strict, will address the dele-
tes meeting of the B'nai B'rith
en's Council at 7:30 p.m.
ednesday at the B'nai B'rith
Daniel M. Frank, B'nai B'rith
strict 6 vice president and
6mbership chairman, will be a
ecial guest at the meeting, it
as announced by James D.
I rey, Men's Council president.
Council delegates and guests
e invited to the afterglow
, Ated by the Accountant's Unit.
B Tiger Night
Metro Detroit B'nai B'rith
--uncil announces that reserved
ats are still available for the
1-ath annual B'nai B'rith Fam-
'T Night June 10 at Tiger
le entire community is in-
Led to watch the Detroit Ti-
rs play the New York Yan-
Reserved seats must be pur-
r ased in person at the B'nai
rith office, 25835 Southfield.
ks transportation available for
formation, call B'nai B'rith,
This is your chance to see our wonderful campsites
before the beginning of camp. Facilities will be
open for touring and
— we'll supply the
lemonade. Staff will be happy to answer any ques-
tions you may have. Bring your family and friends
and spend a fun afternoon at camp. (It's not too
late to apply. Some spaces still available. Call 661-
camp for latest information.)
Monday, May 26, 1986
1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Camp Tamarack Sunday, June 1, 1986
1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Silverman Village Sunday, June 22, 1986
Directions to Ortonville and Brighton
Camp Maas, OrtonvillelSilverman Village
Camp Tamarack, Brighton
From Detroit, drive north on 1-75 to Exit 101, 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 camp 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 Perryville Road. Be sure to make a
right turn onto Perryville Road and proceed 1/2 mile to camp
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
PONTIAC-HARTLAND). Follow M-59 west (left from exit ramp)
for a very short distance, until you come to a traffic light. This
is the old US-23, which is parallel to the new US-23 express-
way. Turn left on US-23 (which is almost like a service drive on
the expressway) and go about 2 miles. Then, turn right (west)
onto the camp road. You may also take Northwestern High-
way to 1-696 to 1-96, then following the above directions,
taking 1-96 north to US-23, and so on.