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March 06, 1987 - Image 12

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-06

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How Would You Like to Spend
Your Summer in the Foothills
of the Allegheny Mountains?

LOCAL NEWS

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specializing:

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• exotic skins
• custom fashions
• repairs &
4254 N. Woodward alterations

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CAMP STONE

For Boys and Girls in Grades 3 thru 10
Where your child will enjoy an Israeli-style
Hebrew-speaking camping experience

RARE & BEAUTIFUL

BEADS

3 AND 7 WEEK CAMPING SESSIONS AVAILABLE

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Sports

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Instructional Swimming

*

Canoeing

*

Archery

*

Folk Dance

Horseback Riding

*

Drama

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Arts & Crafts

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Tennis

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Judiac Studies, Zionism

*

Hebrew Language

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385-acre camp
Located near Lake
Chautauqua in
western Pennsylvania

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Resident Physician

Largest selection in Michigan

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN • CAMP BROCHURE AVAILABLE

There will be a parlor meeting on
Mar. 9th 1987 at 8:30 P.M. at
The Sabotas

23220 Morningside Dr. Southfield. Mi 48034
for more information and reservations please call







216/382-5740 or 313/357-1114

Rhinestones
• Knotting &
Brisk Machines restringing service
Seed Beads
• Necklaces made
Crystals
to order or
Fashion Beads
Do-it•Yourselfl

BIRMINGHAM BEAD STORE

Yehuda Rothner, Camp Director

280 N. Woodward • Birmingham, MI

Operated by Young Israel of Cleveland and Bnei Akiva

In the Great American Bldg. next to Cro•ley's

(313) 644-7609

Member of American Camping Association

Preparing for the annual Beth Achim Sisterhood donor dinner to
be held at 6:30 p.m. March 16 in the synagogue's Wasserman Hall
are, seated, from left: Judy Goldis , Marcia Harris and Barbara
Berris; and standing, from left; Fredell Whiteman, Tobi Fox and
guest speaker Gloria Check.

Pelavin To Address
JCCouncil Assembly

One of Detroit's most
elegant men's stores
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CUSTOM
TAILOR

Going Out of Business

Permit # 2 - 1987

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$300,000 MENSWEAR
TO BARE WALLS

Michael A. Pelavin

Harry's Closing The Doors Forever!
mens

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unsurpassed famous & brand
dress shirts,

HARRY'S
suits, sportcoats, slacks, sport

raincoats and all accessories • .. now at

50-1610 OFF



Rubin • Be assini • Givenchg • Mario De Boma • •
Name brand merchandise
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di Benedetto

Sales Final
• All
No Layaways

No Alterations


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AMERICAN EXPRESS • DINERS • VISA
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545-3558 Mon.-Sat. 10.8, Sun. 12-5

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Michael A. Pelavin, chair-
man of the National Jewish
Community Relations Advi-
sory Council (NJCRAC), will
present answers to the ques-
tion "If We Are Not a Single
Issue Community, Then What
Are We?" at the Jewish Com-
munity Council's Delegate As-
sembly, 8 p.m. March 26, at
Cong. B'nai Moshe.
The keynote address will
focus on the many faceted
agenda of the Jewish commu-
nity, which reaches far beyond
concern for the survival of the
State of Israel.
Past president and cam-
paign chairman of the Flint
Jewish Federation, Pelavin
has served in many capacities
with the United Jewish Appeal
(UJA) including chairmanship
of the UJA Young Leadership
Cabinet in 1973.
He serves as a member of the
international council and the
executive of the world confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry. Pelavin

is also a board member of the
North American Jewish Stu-
dent Appeal, ORT, HIAS, and
the American Friends of He-
brew University, and is a
member of the commission on
social action of Reform
Judaism.
Among Pelavin's other vol-
unteer commitments are a
broad membership on the
Anti-Defamation League
Holocaust advisory committee,
a seat on the executive com-
mittee of the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee
(AIPAC), and a board of direc-
tors membership of the Council
of Jewish Federations.
The Jewish Community
Council Delegates Assembly is
open to the community and
free of charge.

Lingering Posters

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion has a few unidentified
posters from the recent poster
contest sponsored by the Fed-
eration and The Jewish News.
If anyone has not received his
poster or a certificate, please
call the Federation, 965-3939,
Ext. 179.

Unleavened

Washington (JTA) — The
Jewish War Veterans of the
USA want to flood the Soviet
Embassy here with matzah to
show that Americans have not
forgotten that Soviet Jews are
prohibited from leaving the
USSR and practicing their
religion.

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