THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 13, 1960 —
performance, when refresh-
ments will be served. I. Murray
Jacobs, Men's Club president,
invites members and their
friends to atend'. There is no
Shaarey Zedek Men's Club Slates Youth Awards Night
Citations for scholastic Tikvah congregations:
Lionel Allen, Sharon Bader, Jan
achievement, leadership and
ciealt?, Paula illeew
outstanding activity will be pre- Berris, Leon Hogr
sented to youth of Cong. Shaa- man,
l eoy r, s
ry Zedak at the annual Youth ivfarrsr'ialTiacy , Dav in Wolok,
r ■o■o■i ■
Di r Bader,
Awards Night sponsored by the Vole, Baker,
Men's Club at 7:30 p.m., Sun- Edc
Ia elnelan, EfaineFrieadiman,
day, in the synagogue social Isaacs, Connie Jacobs,
Lezell, Abby Moran, Nancy Reder,
Nancy Robert s, Rusty
Leadership medals and certi- Mark Shrager, Judy Wax, osen
ficates issued by the National
Sam Friedman, Barbara Hochman, I ,
Federation of Jewish Men's Cheryl Kraus, Jolene Lebou, Arthur
Clubs will be given to Stanley Lerner, Rhoda Levinson, Marlene
Lewis, Robert Meisner, Barbara
Rosenbaum and William Shio- Newman, Eleanor Prescott, Phyllis
Marty Somberg, Gail
vitz, selected at the recommen- Rosenbaum,
Schwarts, Robin Tanzman, Susan I A Co-Educational Camp
dation of the faculty.
Taylor, Elaine Weingarden, Doreen
For Boys and Girls 6-16
Kiddush cups will be pre- Weisberg and Elissa Zolkower.
A highlight of Youth Awards Night, an annual program
4 or 8 Week Sessions
Assisting Miss Capitol in pro-
of the Shaarey Zedek Men's Club, will be the presentation, in sented by the Men's Club itself ducing the show are the follow-
Hebrew, of "Annie Get Your Gun" by young members of the for scholastic excellence to one ing: assistant director, Naida
• Friday Evening Services
congregation. Shown rehearsing for the production are, left to student in each class from the Bader; choreography, Debby
• Fully Equipped Athletic
right, standing, CHERYL KRAUS, RENA DAITCH, JAN seventh through eleventh grade. Wolok and Jan Berris; musical
Recipients include Margaret director, Judith Gelfand; set,
BERRIS and LEON HOCHMAN; seated, DAVIN WOLOK,
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Auslander, David Fink, Judith Shelli Katz, Mel Katz, Leon
MARVIN ROSEN and SHARON BADER.
- 0Fink, Barbara Goodfriend, John Hochman, Alan Schwartz;
Harvith, Hannah Klein, Cheryl lights, Norm Robner; make-up,
Kraus, Marvin Rosen, Alan Mrs. Nathan Shur and Mrs.
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Schwarts, Marsha Taylor and Henry Berris.
The evening's program is
Kiddush cups also will be
The four Young Israel branches have resolved to pool given to the presidents of the being planned by the congrega-
branches of Metropolitan De- their resources, know-how and various youth groups. These in- tion's youth committee, under
troit will hold their annual energies through the Metro- clude David Krohn, intermedi- the co - chairmanship of Leo
banquet at 6 p.m., Sunday, at politan Council of Young Israel ate congregation; Stuart Grass, Weiner and Abe Katzman. Mrs.
the Latin Quarter. Some 500 in order to better serve the Tikvah congregation; Alan George Parzen is in charge of
members and guests will attend community in areas of adult Grass, junior congregation, and
A social hour will follow the Classified ads bring fast results!
this first combined annual af- education and youth activities Mitchell Shur, Leaders Train-
fair of the Young Israel move- as well as in connection with ing Fellowship.
Youth Awards Night will be
In keeping with the plan to
At the same time, the presi- highlighted by the presentation
consolidate all efforts in the dents emphasized that each of "Annie Get Your Gun," pre-
area of community planning, branch will maintain autonomy
pared in Hebrew under the di-
the presidents of the four local and govern its internal affairs.
rection of Gail Capitol, a
branches, Charles T. Gelman,
Rabbi Norman Lamm, of New Wayne State University student.
of Dexter; David I. Berris, of York, editor of Tradition, the
Oak-Woods; David Cern, of scholarly journal published by The cast consists of the follow-
Northwest, and Alex Kuhn, of the Rabbinical Council of Amer- ing members of the junior and
Greenfield, cited the waste in ica, will be guest speaker at
over-lapping effort and fund- Sunday's banquet.
A program of Israeli music
The statement read: "The will be presented by Cantor Concert Fetes Holiday
four existing Young Israel Hyman J. Adler, and there will
In honor of Lag b'Omer,
be a narration by youth from Cong. Gemiluth Chassodim is
each of the branches. Under the
direction of Sherrill Cohen, a and operatic music at 8 p.m.
Young Israel young adult, the Sunday, in the Davison Jewish
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Participating artists include
Avery Harris, Michael Butri-
Shoshana Freedman, soprano;
movitz and Manus Krasman.
Henry Greenfield, violinist;
Rabbi Yaakov I. Homnick, of Harry Siegel, cellist; and Lillian
Oak-Woods, will offer the bene- Zellman, pianist.
diction. The guest speaker will
A social hour will conclude
be introduced by Rabbi Samuel the program. Max Werner is the
H. Prero, of Northwest Young evening's chairman.
At Square Lake Road (18
Israel, director of the Young
Mile Rd.) opposite 52 store
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