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June 10, 1988 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-10

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I FOR SENIORS I

117 GOING TO SUMMER CAMP?
MT SUMMER CAMP SPECIALIST

1

in the
WEST BLOOMFIELD PLAZA
6690 Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield, Michigan

851-6232

Boys' and Young Men's Wear

Official Camp Outfitters For

WE HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE AND KNOW HOW TO EQUIP
YOUR YOUNGSTER CORRECTLY FOR A FUN SUMMER AT
CAMP. WE ARE THE "ORIGINAL" CAMP OUTFITTERS.
• Official Cathp T-Shirts and Sweatshirts.
• Custom Printing On All Duffle and Laundry Bags while
you wait.

C WALDEN
SEA-GULL
A TANUGA
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P TAMARACK CAMPS
S WAHANOWIN

M

NEW PRICE POLICY FOR CAMP ITEMS
We will meet or beat any of our competition's
advertised prices.
WHY SHOP ANYWHERE ELSE!!

Michi n Mishnagas

ii ackassah 2% ls+ Youth Commission A
Report.
WONDERFUL summer is In store for these Young Judaeans at
colP YOUNG 3UDRSA

COryn Sirnon Aaron Wide:II:el Jena eddenbers $ Rebecca 1Cattrnan • miichell Jeff *Rachel Rue:hint
Sharon Dothmn * Corr% Dorfman *Amy Sok:bora • elie schoehet .lonna Berkman *Melissa EllStin*
Deborah Rayburn * Rebekah Rayburn * Julie Rugs . ° * Lauren %loge* Lit grAliainbers*Ari4 Wet-fon*
Peerle vietlen* Sara Beck'* Lori Kasle ..sef; - potierson Morn ayburn *Set\ Lando Michael
sndelrnan * Lisa 131eckermari Yoe% Vaechor *taan Golds-teen * A,riA yen, Hams * - mina 6urn
tici4tort iel 'Berman * Al mon law** „tenni-E'er ch mon d * Yrette hur.hn * Lecl e Beck * Jenny
Chirnovit%- * Moro, Flarnenbaum s Davi mesonhack Rosen
-Dart der Welnberiaer *
Kyle vioRe * JoheriVian SeoButl * Warren Allttlebencin I Daniel Menchi * Jemmy Atencliik*
Jenri► . fer s itmi Cook * Mar-1. 1(444* vana tewiii
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Karin wager * Joseph IOC w Debi Zorn *Donny Shulman * SUSie lom*
Renee Shciraloarii * Don Ooneton * Sheryl Kt:6'mm James Motsels* stoma Harris
torfrnan t tbtten Koaan * Any Berns icricsialtioeuri *
4+l-on aosen'oaum

Bony Techor

}1ADRA1HA seminar In ISRAEL

Miri Bernard * Andrew Sank * Annette POWCTS * Jenny deck *

tortsy chtmovsi+ .1.

Any narnenburn-*

... and a. wander-NI WAR, in ISRAEL for these 3udaems
going on ....

YEAR COURSE
Amanda maisaT * Judy

Bass * Seth

Vcinbner * Mary Stone *

An exCitim _new year is to -follow .with ovr rnerter
Central Slia= *** M TUNED FOR MORE DIFORMAIION

Respect Culhi Submitted ,

Steven lowenstin , iZeVcnol Diyed-or

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FRIDAY. JUNE

10.

RAtA

1988

our Wonderful

recrna) eitt4T !it

Yiddish Class For Seniors

Helga Plonskier has a new
set of Yiddish textbooks and
tapes to use in her Yiddish
class at 1:15 p.m. in room 2 of
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
About 90 volunteers to the
JPM will be honored Sunday
for their many hours of
assistance as club presidents
and aides, office workers,
library assistants, hospitality
workers, teachers and group
leaders, nutrition site and kit-
chen helpers, program
assistants, servers, High Ho-
ly Day helpers, movie projec-
tionist, trips coordinators and
entertainers. Max Sosin and
Celia Dzodin will entertain
following a meal in Jaffe Hall
at 12:30 p.m.
The Book Fair video, "The
Ritual Bath" with Fay Keller-
man, will be shown in the
JPM lobby at 10 a.m. Monday
and Thursday.
Frances Weinberg will
review the book, "Very Much
a Lady" by Shana Alexander,
at 11 a.m. Tuesday in room 4
of the JPM.
Herman Chapin, Detroit
Symphony Orchestra docent,
will present "Choruses from
Great Operas" at the Tuesday
Lecture Series in the JPM
assembly hall at 1 p.m.
Following the lecture, the
first part of the movie, "Blue
Hawaii," will be shown.
The Moadon, a Hebrew
language discussion group
led by Israel Klaymer, will
take place in room 2 of the
JPM at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday.
The Culture Club program
will feature violinist, Jack

Ballin, at 12:30 p.m. Thurs-
day in Jaffe Hall of the JPM.

Temple Beth El
Installs Officers

Rabbi Richard C. Hertz will
install the officers of the Beth
Elders group for the year
1988-1989 on June 21 in
Handleman Hall at the in-
stallation luncheon. Officers
are: President, Gerry Barr;
First Vice President, Gordon
Seedberg; Second Vice Presi-
dent, Robert Amberg;
Treasurer, Louis Cohen;
Recording Secretary, Edna
Greenwald; Corresponding
Secretary, Elaine Lumberg;
Commissary Co-Chairmen,
Betty Jane Fisher and Jean-
nette MacWilliams; Office
Representative, Henrietta
Sofer. Board of Directors are:
Hy Frank, Lee Goldhoff,
Celia Jacobson, Erna
Leopold, Lee Waldbott,
Dorothy Willis and Laura
Wise. Ex-Officio are: Robert
Harris, James Marks,
Stephen Fox and Dr. Harry
Sand.

Current Events
Talk For Seniors

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, Maple/Drake
Building, will present Iry
Lichtman who will lead a cur-
rent events discussion focus-
ing on the attitudes of major
party candidates towards
Israel in the Maple/Drake
library at 1 p.m. June 20.
There is no charge.

I LOCAL NEWS

`World Of Difference'
Joins Summer Festivals

"A World of Difference," a
prejudice-reduction program
sponsored by the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, will take part in
several summer festivals.
On June 29, "A World of
Difference" will participate in
Detroit's International
Freedom Festival Kid's Day.
A highlight will be a perfor-
mance of an original song by
Stuart Rogoff entitled "A Lit-
tle Understanding Is the
Answer." It will be sung by a
chorus of children from Bur-
ton International School at 11
a.m. at the Festival Show
Wagon.
Also included is a con-
tinuous showing of "Behind
the Mask," an eight-minute

ADL film about individual
differences. Mask forms and
materials will be provided for
children to create their own
masks.
Several local festivals are
on the "A World of Dif-
ference" agenda. On June 26
at 10 a.m., there will be a
booth at "Hand in Hand," the
Oak Park International
Ethnic Festival. The same op-
portunity will be offered to
children at the Southfield
Summer Fun Festival on Aug.
14 from 1 to 7 p.m.
Volunteers are needed at
the Oak Park and Southfield
Festivals to staff the booth
and possibly to do face pain-
ting. 'lb volunteer,
call the ADL office, 355-3730.

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