100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

May 05, 1989 - Image 108

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

TEENS

JUST ARRIVED...BRAND NEW STYLES!

NICOLETTI & NATUZZI

IMPORTED

LEATHER

0,.

50 -OFF

SAT. & SUN. ONLY
• MAY 6 & 7
!WW2 =7

1mi

71,

i1 . ‘

P • tpx
/ -N
1. - 1 '.

direMal
ffAl
fill,
- ' •. - 4,;r

-



I

A COMPLETE
SHOWROOM OF
THE FINEST
LEATHER FURNITURE

-

SHERWOOD
,:)/WAREHOUSE

A

// FARMINGTON HILLS
INDUSTRIAL CENTER

N

.

8flerWCI)d. 411C1108

CLEARANCE CENTER

0

'

DAYS OF SALE 476-3760
PRIOR 354-9060
HOURS:
SATURDAY 10 - 5 SUNDAY 12 - 5

TEN MILE ROAD

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY - NOMINAL CHARGE

SPRING/SLIMMER
VACATIONS
E a n ad ian'li crd1 1.-- $2999°

COMPLETE PACKAGES FROM 499•
DEPARTS EVERY SAT.

fiend°

NEW

STARTS MAY 27 AM,

7 Nights Fr. $1139 9°

STARTS JUNE 15

tom ancorde/gE2

4

voTto

Continental

Charters

Non-Stop From Detroit

3 or 4 Nights $19990

From

COMPLETE PACKAGES FROM $259.
DEPARTS EVERY THURS., FRI., SUN. MON.

Crxvinental Charters

s229 90

L-1011 Widebody/Air America

Hotel
Packages

Canc
tlantic City

Fr. $34990

DEPARTS EVERY MORNING

Non-Stop L-1011 Widebody/American Trans Air Charters

:530 Quart
ter s, $15 Food,
n990
$20 Future
re Coin,
$10 Future Right.
.24. net .34. net .44. net From ZIP

:



..,4990 00

AUGUST 12-20, 1989

Las Vegas

(

Charters

3/4 Nights Fr. 814990

•COMPLETE PACKAGES FROM *259.
DEPARTS EVERY THURS. P. SUN.

INCLUDES 3 NIGHTS ENGLAND



( oiltittentiti

One-Day Fun Trips
MON, TUES, WED, FRI, SAT
April 28; May 1, 2. 5, 6, 8, 9
Special Arrangements For Groups

Overnight Trip

$15990

May 18-19; Includes Airfare • Hotel • $795$ Bonus Pak



A Positive Point
About Breast Cancer.

Now w•can see it before
you can feel it. When it's no
bigger than the dot on this
pa e.
An d when it's 90% cur-
able. With the best chance
of saving the breast.
The trick is catching it
early. And that's exactly
what a mammogram can do.
A mammogram is a sim-
ple x-ray that s simply the
best news yet for detecting
breast cancer. And saving
lives.
If you're over 35, ask
your doctor about
mammography.

Give yourself the
chance of a lifetime:"

Al above rates are capacity controlled Supertares and may not be avaAable on all dates. Operatodparticipant contract mewed for all trips.

Special Reductions For Groups — Reserve Early!

RESERVE
EARLY

108

Hamilton. Miller. Hudson & Fayne
Call Your
Travel Corporation
Travel Ag ent
the 'Lo.v-Cost r-avel Pe )0/e'
or (313) 827-4070 'MPAINSg
SoLdt.theqJ MI
NW

FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1989

AN9
L 11 1\

Students representing more
than a dozen area high
schools in the tri-county area
will gather for the 14th semi-
annual Interfaith Youth Sym-
posium on the Holocaust
Wednesday at the Holocaust
Memorial Center and the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center.

The symposium's par-
ticipants will tour the HMC
accompanied by docents, meet
with Holocaust survivors who
will share their personal ex-
periences of the Holocaust
and also hear eyewitness
reports from Marcus Bass, a
member of the U.S. armed
forces at the liberation of
Dachau concentration camp.
In addition, the par-
ticipants will hear Prof.
Henry W. Meyer, professor of
violin and chamber music at
the College-Conservatory of
Music of the University of
Cincinnati, who was a
member of the Men's Or-

chestra at Auschwitz-
Birkenau from 1943 to 1945.
Conveners of the event are
the Greater Detroit Interfaith
Round Table of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, the Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit and the Holocaust
Memorial Center. Cooper-
ating with them are the
Jewish Community Center
and the Shaarit Haplaytah
(organization of Holocaust
survivors). Dr. John Mames, a
member of the Jewish Com-
munity Council's Holocaust
subcommittee, will corrdinate
the survivors' presentations.
Closing ceremonies will
feature student participants
reading poetry selections
written in the Terezin concen-
tration camp. A candle-
lighting ceremony will
memoralize the victims of the
Holocaust.
For information about the
symposium, call the HMC,
661-0840.

USY Teens Win Awards
At Their Convention

r

8

24734 CRESTVIEW CT.
FARMINGTON HILLS

Youth Holocaust
Sympsoium Nears

AMERICAN

SOC

At the recent United
Synagogue Youth (USY)
Regional Convention, Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses USY
(BAHM USY) received several
awards. It received the "Best
Ongoing Social Action Pro-
gram" award for ongoing
Ongei Shabbat held with the
JARC and Fleischman
residents. The "Best Overall
Religious Event" award was
given for the chapter's
"regressive dinner."
For hosting the pre-Shabbat
portion of the Western Area
fall kinnus, the chapter
received a special award.
Special recognition went to
Stuart Shiland as overall
kinnus co-chairman and to
Mary Koukab for social
programming.
Mike Weiss received the
"USYer of the Year" award. It
is the second time in four
years that a member of the
synagogue's USY has won the
award. The award is given an-
nually to the USYer who best
demonstrates the attributes
of USY. Weiss also was
honored as a co-winner of the
"Polster Award" which
recognizes his volunteer work
on the chapter and regional
levels of USY for his involve-
ment with the Jewish com-
munity. Next year he will be
the international USY co-
chairman of Israeli affairs.
David Tessler was honored
as outgoing Central Region

United Synagogue Youth
president.
The Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses USY will host a
Detroit area Shabbaton May
12-14 on the theme "The
Jewish Perspectives on the
Disabled." To attend the con-
vention, contact Marc
Blackman. 851-5944.

m

l LOCAL NEWS hi

Workmen's Circle
Marks 50th

Workmen's Circle Branch
460 will mark its 50th an-
niversary with a banquet on
Saturday at the Furniture
Club in Southfield.
The Workmen's Circle
focuses on issues such as
discrimination and legisla-
tion to feed and house the
homeless, Soviet Jewry,
Ethiopian Jewry and Israel.

Yiddish Vinki
Plans To Gather

A Yiddish vinkl, sponsored
by the Workmen's Circle, will
be held on Sunday at 2 p.m.
at the Workmen's Circle
Center, 26341 Coolidge, Oak
Park.
The vinkl gives Yiddish
speakers an opportunity to
meet. The public is invited.
There is no charge.

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan