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May 27, 1988 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-27

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I LOCAL NEWS

BAGEL DELI & PRODUCE CO.

6088 W. MAPLE AT FARMINGTON RD. • W. Bloomfield • 851-9666
SUNDAY 8 TO 3
OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 9 TO 6

THE PLACE FOR SMOKED FISH
THE FINEST SMOKED FISH & DELI TRAYS

We Specialize In

HANDOUT NOVA LOX

MAXWELL HOUSE® COFFEE
TOASTS ISRAEL
ON ITS 40TH BIRTHDAY...

Family and friends gathering together to cele-
brate Israel's 40th birthday...a great time to enjoy
the great taste of Maxwell House ® Coffee.

Regular or Decaffeinated, no other coffee cel-
ebrates tradition and gives you that Good To
The Last Drop® Feeling like Maxwell House

MAXWELL HOUSE® Good To The Last Drop®

AND FLIES YOU TO ISRAEL
FOR ALL THE FESTIVITIES

Win our sweepstakes. We'll give you $1,000
cash and fly you and a companion on Pan Am
from any one of over 30 U.S. cities to Tel Aviv,

Israel for this year's most glorious, emotion-
packed and historical celebration. For details
see official rules below.

FLY 0 PAN ANI.\

ROUND TRIP TO TEL AVIV,ISRAEL.

Pan Am flies to more places in Europe than all other U.S. airlines combined.

PLUS s1i3O00 CASH

1988, General Foods Corporation

OFFICIAL RULES

1. Each entry must be accompanied by the inner seal from any
size jar of Maxwell Houser Instant Coffee or Maxwell House'
Instant Decaffeinated Coffee, or a 2" square from the plastic lid
of a can of Maxwell House° Ground Coffee or Maxwell House.
Ground Decaffeinated Coffee, or the words Maxwell House'
printed in block letters on a 3" x 5" card and mailed to: Israel
Sweepstakes, P.O. Box 3660, Grand Central Station, New
York, N.Y. 10163.
2. NO PURCHASE REQUIRED TO ENTER SWEEPSTAKES.
3. Entries must be first-class mail, one entry per envelope,
postmarked no later than October 1, 1988.
4. Winner will be selected in a random drawing on October 15,
1988 from all entries received prior to the deadline. The
drawing will be conducted by Joseph Jacobs Organization,
Inc., an independent organization whose decision is final. In
the event the winner declines the prize or if for any reason the
prize cannot be awarded after the initial drawing, a supple-
mental drawing(s) will be held to award the prize. Winners will
be notified by mail. Taxes on the prize are the sole responsibil-
ity of the winner. The odds of winning depend on the number of
entries received.
5. Prize consists of round-trip airfare for two to Tel Aviv, Israel,
plus $1,000 in cash. Retail value is $2,300. Prizes are not
substitutable, transferable or exchangeable. Trip must be
taken before August 1, 1989.
6. This sweepstakes is open to all residents of the United
States who are 18 years of age or older, except employees (and

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FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1988

their families) of General Foods Corporation, its advertising
agencies, subsidiaries or affiliates, or Joseph Jacobs Organi-
zation, Inc. Sweepstakes subject to all federal, state and local
regulations. Void in Vermont and where prohibited by law.
7. For the name of the winner, send a self-addressed, postage-
paid envelope to Winner's Name, P.O. Box 3990, Grand Cen-
tral Station, New York, N.Y. 10163.

JPI Attends
Philly Meeting

lbachers, teens and parents
from the Jewish Parents In-
stitute will participate in an
international conference to-
day through Monday, spon-
sored annually by the Con-
gress of Secular Jewish
organizations, at the College
of Textiles and Science in
Philadelphia, Pa. The theme
for the conference is "Secular
Jewish Life — The Promise
and the Challenge!'
JPI Teen Leader, Alan
Binkow, will lead a workshop
titled "Leadership Training
for Teens." Teen Club
members Jenny Davis,
Heather Davis, Allison Berg,
David Ryan, Michael Jacobs,
Marc Waldman, Dave War-
shawsky, Jonathan Mandel,
Debi Goldstein, Shira Lurie
and David Lurie will lead a
workshop titled, "Ethics and
Ethical Choices:'
All participants will have
the opportunity to attend
workshops throughout the
weekend and to participate in
community folk-dancing and
sing-alongs.

Detroiter Wins
Internship

Gail Broder has been
selected as the first intern in
music therapy at the Jewish
Center for Aged in Chester-
field, Mo.
Miss Broder attended
Eastern Michigan University
for her undergraduate study.
The six-month internship
marks the final credit hours
necessary for completion of
the Bachelor of Music
Therapy degree, which will
enable her to apply to become
a Registered Music Therapist.
She wil sit for the board cer-
tification examination in
1989.
She is the daughter of
Eugene and Doreen Broder or
Huntington Woods and the
granddaughter of Reva and
Bernard Broder of Oak Park
and Pearl and Benjamin
Reifler of Margate, Fla.

Teacher Wins
School Award

C) CERTIFIED KOSHER

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ISRAEL SWEEPSTAKES

OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM

NAME

ADDRESS

CITY

STATE

MAIL TO: Israel Sweepstakes
P.O. Box 3700, Grand Central Station
New York, N.Y. 10163

ZIP

-
The Troy School District
has awarded Elaine Shapiro,
teacher of journalism,
English, and TV production
at Troy High School, the High
School Thacher of the Year
Award for the 1988-1989
school year. This honor is
presented annually to the
teacher who bests exhibits
"conscientiousness, creativity
and unswerving enthusaism."

Shapiro, a resident of Farm-
ington Hills, is faculty ad-
viser for the student
newspaper, "The Northend."
Shapiro is also a senior class
adviser and helps organize
graduation activities.

Machon L'Torah
Couples Meet

Machon L'Torah, the Jewish
Learning Network of
Michigan, announces its
springtime barbecue for
young married couples will be
held June 5 at 5 p.m. in the
backyard of Dr. and Mrs.
David (Marti) Beneson of
Southfield
There will be a video
presentation entitled "The .
Return!' The evening will be
geared toward young married
coules interested in enhanc-
ing their Jewish learning
experience.
For informaiton, call
Machon Irlbrah, 967-0888 or
967-0887.

Commencement
Is Planned

Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
Religious School announces
that commencement exer-
cises will be celebrated on
June 3. The evening will
begin with a traditional Fri-
day night family dinner for
the families of the graduates
and confirmands.
Immediately following the
dinner, the graduates and
confirmands will conduct the
Friday night Shabbat service
in the synagogue's sanctuary.
At the conclusion of the ser-
vice, the graduates and confir-
mands will receive their
diplomas and certificates. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow.
Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper
and Director of Education
Barry V Levine will conduct
the program.

Sketch Class
Slated To Begin

The Jewish Community
Center, Maple/Drake
Building, will offer an outdoor
sketching class, "Art in the
Park," on Monday and/or
Wednesday mornings start-
ing June 6. The class may
also meet at museums.
For details, call the Center,
661-1000, ext. 335.

Visit Planned

United Hebrew Schools'
special education classes will
visit residents of Borman
Hall on June 5. Students are
preparing flowers and cards
to present to the residents.

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