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May 22, 1987 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-22

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as it is for the 60 residents who
participate. About 15 lodge
members will prepare a dinner
of hot dogs, salad and chips and
then serve the meal.
"It's a real threat for the
residents to sit down
somewhere and be served," said
Sheri Schmante, JARC's
residential programming coor-
dinator. "It's a real treat for the
staff too to be served."
Lodge member Jerry Weiner
was instrumental in
establishing the relationship
with JARC. Lodge dues pay for
the events. In thanks, JARC
has choosen the Oak Park
Masonic Lodge as recipient of
its 1987 Volunteer of the Year
award, to be presented at 7:30
p.m. June 23 at Groves High
School.
Not merely content to give
money, the lodge members are
actively involved in their
charitable activities, according
to Schamante. "It comes right
from their hearts, and they
really enjoy doing it."

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Paris, (JTA) — French Prime
Minister Jacques Chirac ap-
peared on Soviet television
Saturday night to urge the
Soviet Union to revise its
policies and allow Jews who
want to leave the country to do
so.
Chirac, who is visiting
Moscow, was interviewed on a
program broadcast throughout
the Soviet Union. French of-
ficials who monitored it in Paris
quoted Chirac as saying "There
are only two countries in the
world where Jews are not free
and which they are not allow-
ed to leave: Syria and the Soviet
Union."
According to French officials,
several prominent refuseniks,
including Ida Nudel, were
among a small group of Soviet
dissidents who were Chirac's
guests for breakfast at the
French embassy in Moscow.

Shinui Exit
Is Expected

Jerusalem (JTA) — Com-
munications Minister Amnon
Rubinstein announced Sunday
that he would advise his Shinui
Party to leave the Labor-Likud
unity coalition government in
which it has been a strong ally
of Labor.
Rubinstein indicated his
move was intended to spur
Labor to break its three-year
coalition with Likud and press
for early elections. The "last
straw," he said, was Likud's
negotiations with the ultra-
Orthodox Shas Party which has
four Knesset mandates that
could enable Likud to form a
narrowly based coalition
without Labor.

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Community Visiting Days 1987

Here's your chance to visit our wonderful campsites for a fun afternoon before the beginning of camp.
Facilities will be open for touring, boating and sports. Bring your parents, your friends, and a picnic
- we'll supply the lemonade. Staff will be on hand to answer any questions that you may have. What
a great opportunity to see camp!

Camp Maas

Monday May 25
1:00-4:00 p.m.

Camp Tamarack .

Sunday May 31
1:00-4:00 p.m.

Silverman Village

Sunday June 21
1:00-4:00 p.m.

Here's how to get to the camps:

CAMP TAMARACK, BRIGHTON

Chirac Appeals
For Soviet Jews

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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 expressway. 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
Highway to1-696 to 1-96, then following the above directions, taking 1-96 north
to US-23, and so on.

CAMP MAAS, ORTONVILLE/SIIVERMAN VILLAGE

From Detroit, drive north on 1-75 to Exit 101, follow Grange Hall Road east, past fire
station, 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 fire station). 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 Maas entrance. The Silverman Village
entrance is another 1/2 mile down the road.

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