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February 26, 1988 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-26

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th Anniversary!
years for the State of Israel!

Pictured is a scene from "The Wannsee Conference" to be shown at 5
and 7 p.m. Sunday at the Detroit Film Theater of Detroit Institute of Arts.
For tickets, call the DFT, 832-2730.

LET'S CELEBRATE TOGETHER!
Let us show you THIS YEAR IN JERUSALEM!

190/40d DETROIT ZOA MISSION
TO ISRAEL: June 23-July 8, 1988

INCLUDES: 15 Days, 5 Star Deluxe hotels. plus
kibbutz guest house all breakfasts, 3 dinners
and I lunch, all sightseeing, transfers.
porterage, entrance fees. Travel via El Al.

ONLY $1948 per person, from New
York roundtrip, double occupancy.

This mission is being done in conjunction with
the ZOA National Convention in Israel which will
be held in Jerusalem July 3-7. 1988. Every ZOA
paid-up member has an opportunity to travel as
a convention delegate and make use of the
applicable tax advantages.

190/40:1 ZOA NATIONAL YOUNG
LEADERSHIP MISSION: June 27-
July 10, 1988

190/40:1 MASADA SUMMER STUDENT
PROGRAMS IN ISRAEL
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program! 1987: 800 students — a
sellout! 1988: 10 programs for
students, ages 13-21

Open to politically aware active singles and
couples ages 22.40. Learn the facts behind the
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Price includes: 14 Days, travel, via El Al, 5 star
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briefings with Israeli leaders. 5 dinners and 3
lunches, Israeli breakfasts.

Prices range from $2250-$2850 for 30 and
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ONLY $1675 per person from New
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Every participant has an opportunity to travel as
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For information about all the programs call 569-1515.

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Benefit Due
For Hospice

Plans for the black-tie
charity ball to benefit the
Hospice Foundation of
Southeastern Michigan are
underway. The affair will be
held on April 30 in the
Mackinac Ballroom of the
Westin Hotel.
The Hospice Foundation is
the fund raising arm for
Hospice of Southeastern
Michigan, which serves needs
of terminally ill individuals
and their families in the tri-
county area.
For information, invitations
or reservations, call the
Hospice Foundation of
Southeastern Michigan,
552-1933, Monday through
Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Museum Friends
Begin Series

The Children's Museum
Friends will begin their se-
cond communication arts
series for Junior Leaders of
Detroit on March 5 at 10 a.m.
with a visit to WWJ Radio.
Junior Leaders of Detroit is a
program designed to offer
young people from 11-14
years of age an opportunity to
get back-stage at major
cultural and civic institutions
to learn more about them and
the career opportunities they
provide.
For reservations or informa-
tion, call the Children's
Museum, 494-1223.

Art Show, Sale
Marks 25th

The Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute Art Show and Sale
will celebrate its 25th an-
niversary March 11-13 at the

Shenandoah Country Club.
To help celebrate, many ar-
tists who began with the
show 25 years ago are retur-
ning for a special retrospec-
tive of their works. Included
are Carol Wald, Sheila Burns,
Sue and Russell Bolt, Evelyn
Raskin, Irving Berg and
Howard Weingarden.
A "sip and shop" will take
place at 8 p.m. March 11.
Hours are: March 11, 11
a.m.-10 p.m. March 12, 11
a.m.-10 p.m., March 13, 11
a.m.-5 p.m. Refreshments are
free. Admission is nominal.

Art Show, Sale
Starts Saturday

The first international
Jewish Art Expo and sale will
be held at the Jewish Com-
munity Center in West
Bloomfield Saturday through
March 9.
Artists will come from
around the world to the
Jewish Community Center
prior to their showing at
Artexpo at Javitz Center in
New York City. They will
come from Israel, Mexico,
Canada and the United
States. Media include
sculpture, ceramics, oils,
lithos, watercolors and wood.
A special reception will be
held Saturday at 7 p.m. at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Center.

Art Thieme
To Perform

Tickets remain for the
cabaret concert featuring Art
Thieme, master folk singer
and balladeer, at the Birm-
ingham Temple March 6 at
7:30 p.m. Refreshments will
be sold. For information and
reservations, call Joyce
Cheresh, 647-4632.

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