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October 20, 1989 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-20

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I TEENS I

Isram Travel, the largest U.S. tour
operator to Israel, introduces new
money-saving packages to Israel this
winter. Now available with TWA's
non-stop service to Tel Aviv on
Fridays.


Choose from 10 or 15 day tours to Tel
_Aviv, Haifa, Tiberias and Jerusalem.
Sightseeing, breakfast and hotel
accommodations included.

Or mix and match from select hotels
in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv on one of
our 6 night hotel packages ,and we'll
provide you with a free car during
your stay.

To find out more about Isram's new
TWA Friday packages and wide
selection of quality tours to Israel, ask
your travel agent or call:

(212) 477-2352 • (800) 223-7460

*Packages must be purchased with air tickets ,
utilizing the lowest applicable airfares.

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MARGUERITE'S

Fall & Winter Sale

30%°50% OFF

ON ALL

MERCHANDISE

Now Thru Saturday, October 28th

all previous sales and layaways excluded

"ORIGINALE”

Sizes 4-16

AT Oraf----
MALL

"PRIMA DONNA"

355-3388

Sizes 14-26

355-0139

29555 Northwestern Hwy • Southfield, Mich.
Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30, Thurs. till 7

GTH ANNUAL NATIONWIDE JEWISH SINGLES SUPERCRUISE '90
FEBRUARY 25-MARCH 4, 1990 (Leavin from San Juan)

aboard Norwegian Cruise Lines' STARWARD'
Sails to Five Enchanting Ports:
*BARBADOS *MARTINIQUE*ST.MAARTEN*ANTIGUA*ST.THOMAS
Prices: $1360 Economy Double Inside (very limited space)
$1475 Double Inside $1590 Double Outside
$200 deposit is required to hold your space. Book Now and Save!
Prices increase after November 15, 1989. Full payment is due by December 15, 1989.

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One Price Includes EVERYTHING: *Roundtrip Airfare from most major U.S. & Canadian
Cities *Port Taxes *Prepaid Gratuities *Roundtrip Airport Transfers
*Daily Singles Activities Exclusive to Our Group *All Ship Entertainment *All Meals & Snacks
For more information, call Melissa Freeman, JCCA, (314) 432-5700 ,
FAX (314) 432-5700, ext. 202 or Mark Mallen or Denny Rubin of Den-Mark Travel at
1-800-444-0285 , (314) 878-1100 or FAX (314) 878-0262.

Hosted by the St. Louis Jewish Community Centers Association

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1989

Ship's Registry: Bahamas

BBYO Conclave
To Help Mazon

The B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization will help
MAZON, A Jewish Response
to Hunger during its fall con-
clave, titled, "Adventures in
BBYO-Land."
Each participant will pay
an extra $1.20 admission to
the conclave, which will take
place Oct. 27-29 at Camp
Maas. The total raised for
MAZON will be almost $250.
The adventures BBYOers
will experience include lear-
ning how BBYO's origin,
rituals and structure unlock
the doors to spirit, en-
thusiams, Jewish identity
and summer leadership ex-
periences, according to Lisa
Klein and Todd Wolfe, youth
coordinators for the program.
Programming will include
games, role-playing, seminars
and discussions.
The youth coordinators
have organized committees to
plan the programs for fall con-
clave. All committees are
supervised by the professional
staff and the conclave will
have adult supervision by the
staff and chapter advisers.
The Mazon program was
chosen to highlight fall con-
clave as an opportunity for
the members of BBYO to
learn about current social
needs.
Local organizations which
MAZON helps support are:
The Wellness House, serving
low-income AIDS patients in
Detroit. The Wellness House
received a $7,500 grant to
establish a food pantry that
distributes free nutritional
supplements to AIDS clinics
and other organizations; The
Pontiac Area Lighthouse in
Pontiac, which wsa the
beneficiary of a $5,000 grant
to buy fruits and vegetables
for their food pantry; and
Community Food Depots,
Society of St. Vincent DePaul,
in Oak Park, which received
a $5,000 grant to support the
12 Detroit-area food banks
which they operate.
Fall conclave is open to na-
tionally registered members
ofBBYO. Applications may be
obtained through chapter
presidents or by calling the
BBYO Chapter Service
Center, 788-0700.

BBYO
Lists Events

Michigan BBYO — 1989 fall
conclave, "Adventures in
BBYO-Land", will be held
Oct. 27-29 at Camp Maas. It
is open to members of BBYO.
For information, contact Lisa
Klein, 661-5818, or Todd
Wolfe, 489-4273.

Great Lakes BBG Council
will hold a general board
meeting 4 p.m. Nov. 1. It is
open to all BBG chapter
presidents. For information,
contact Beth Cousens,
353-1919.
Great Lakes AZA Council
monthly meeting will be held
7 p.m. Nov. 1 at the West
Bloomfield Jewish Communi-
ty Center. It is open to all
members of AZA and new
members will be honored. For
information, contact Jason
Porth, 855-4432.
Great Lakes BBG Council
will hold its monthly meeting
7 p.m. Nov. 2 at the West
Bloomfield Jewish Communi-
ty Center. It is open to all
members of BBG. For infor-
mation, contact Beth
Cousens, 353-1919.
Great Lakes Adviser
Association adviser group
meeting, will be held 10 a.m.
Nov. 5 at the BBYO Chapter
Service Center. For informa-
tion, contact Arnie Weiner at
788-0700.

I BUSINESS

Israel-Egypt
Trade Agreement

Israel and Egypt have sign-
'ed a memorandum of
understanding to promote in-
dustrial cooperation between
the two countries.
The agreement is expected
to result in stronger economic
ties between the two coun-
tries in the coming months,
especially in agriculture.
The memorandum was
signed in Cairo on Wednesday
by the director general of the
Egyptian Ministry of
Agriculture, Dr. Dessouki,
and Uzi Netanel, outgoing
chairman of the Israel
Manufacturers Association,
who headed a delegation of
Israeli businessmen and
industrialists visiting the
Egyptian capital.

JAY STARK has been ap-

pointed director of the
General Motors marketing
and produce planning staff.
Stark, who has been ex-
ecutive director of North
American vehicle operations
since 1987, also assumes
responsibility for overseas
marketing and product plan-
ning. This follows the transfer
of the overseas business
development activity from
the MPP staff to several GM
overseas operating units.

IRA MONDRY, the 36-year-

old grandson of Highland-
Superstores Inc. founder,
Harry Mondry, has been nam-
ed the next president and
chief executive officer of the
appliance chain.

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