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December 23, 1988 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-23

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!ANNIVERSARIES

I

When it comes to putting on a
great holiday jewelry sale ...

Some people just have the gift!

TIS THE SEASON TO SAVE UP TO

30%

AT BRUCE WEISS

Well, Bruce Weiss has the presents of mind
to have his December Sale just in time

Don't get boxed into ho-hum gift-giving
See Bruce Weiss, this Week
And Wrap up the Savings

44,

BRUCE
WEISS

26325 TWELVE MILE ROAD, SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN

IN THE MAYHFA1R SHOPS AT NORTHWESTERN HIGHWAY

11 1

CUSTOM JEWELRY
YOU HAVE IT MADE

HOLIDAY HOURS

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 10:00-7:30
FRIDAY and SATURDAY 10:00-5:30, SUNDAY 11:00-4:00

HAZEL,
HAPPY 25TH ON THE 25TH

Dear Hazel, this verse is
just for you.
It's 25 years since you
said I do.
On December 25th when
we celebrate, I want you to
know you're great.
To a devoted Mother and
a wonderful wife.
Happy Anniversary and
Lrhaim to life.
All My Love,
Len

90

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1988

Bessie and Ruben Katz

Katz 50th

Ruben and Bessie Katz of
Farmington Hills celebrated
their 50th wedding anniver-
sary on Dec. 18. Their
children, Dr. Allen and Ellen
Apfelblat and Ronald and

Toby Katz, held a dinner
celebration in their honor at-
tended by their grand-
children, Lisa, Julie and
Adam Apfelblat, and Kathy
and April Katz.

BBYO I

BBYO Convention Begins
Sunday At Jewish Center

B'nai
B'rith
Youth
Organization's regional con-
vention will begin Sunday.
More than 500 BBYO
members will go to the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center to participate
in 16 contests and competi-
tions, including for the first
time a BBYO Quiz Bowl,
which will consist of ques-
tions about Judaism, BBYO,
Israel and general trivia. The
conventioneers will conduct
business at their respective
monthly Great Lakes AZA
and BBG Council meetings
on Wednesday.
BBYO announces the elec-
tion of Steve Weingarden as
aleph godol (chapter presi-
dent) of Chalutzim AZA of
West Bloomfield, and of Dan
Berkove as aleph godol of
Samson AZA of Southfield.
BBYO has a variety of sum-
mer programs available to
teens. Taking place in Penn-
sylvania, Wisconsin, Israel,
Washington, D.C., and in-
Europe, BBYO's summer pro-
grams include chapter and
leadership training ex-
periences and several oppor-
tunities to meet BBYO

members from overseas.
The 1989 programs include:
International Leadership
Kallah at B'nai B'rith
Perlman Camp in Starlight,
Pa., from June 28 to July 26;
International Leadership
Training Conference at
Perlman Camp, from July 26
to Aug. 16; Chapter Leader-
ship Training Conference at
B'nai B'rith Beber Camp in
Mukwonago, Wis., from July
11 to July 24 and July 26 to
Aug. 8; Israel Summer In-
stitute from June 23 to Aug.
4 (this date is subject to
change); International Con-
vention at Perlman Camp
from Aug. 17 to Aug. 23; sum-
mer camp at B'nai B'rith
Perlman Camp from June 28
to Aug. 16 and at B'nai B'rith
Beber Camp from June 27 to
Aug. 17; and the Capital
Cities Ibur in Europe and
Washington, D.C., from July 5
to July 27.
Scholarship programs are
available to those BBYO
members who wish to attend
BBYO summer programs. For
information, contact the
Detroit BBYO Chapter Ser-
vice Center, 788-0700.

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