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Dance ProgramSet at Center
An original program of entitled "Heir." The main
dance and music is scheduled work of the evening "The
for 8:30 p.m. April 7 at the Mediator," will feature the
Jewish Center. Festival Dancers. Newhouse Israeli Teens
Denise Szykula, assistant will conduct his own compo-
in Slated Sessions
dance coordinator for the sitions, which were commis- Address Youth
Jewish Center and director sioned especially for this per-
Teen-agers who will havC
in. Area Schools completed
of the Grosse Pointe Dance formance.
the 10th grade by
Theater has collaborated with
Tickets are on sale at the
Four high school seniors June and are interested in
composer Dana Newhouse to Center cashier's office,
representing a cross-section summer camp work are in-
produce three dances exe-
of Israel's youth movements vited to enroll in the 10-
cuted by the Festival Dan-
are in Detroit until April 13 week counselor-in-training-
cers and the Young Dancers Socialites Plan as part of Israel's celebra- junior counselor training
Guild, both under the direc-
of 25 years of statehood. workshop to be held in April,
Annual Auction tion
tion of Harriet Berg.
The four are staying in the 'May and June on Thursday
Miss Szykula has choreo-
homes of local young people evenings at the 10 Mile Jew-
graphed "Sanctuary" to be for Israel Fund and visiting in their schools. ish Center.
danced by the Young Dancers Detroit Socialites will soon- They will address students in
The workshop is open to
Guild, and will herself per- sor its fourth annual auction other public schools on re- both Center members and
forth a duet with Jan Messer for the Israel Emergency quest.
nonmembers. For informa-
Fund 8 p.m. April 8 at Berk-
For arrangements to speak tion, call group services,
'Bar Mitzva-Wedding-Etc. ley Masonic Temple.
at schools or before youth 341-4200.
Cochairmen Bess Kutnick organizations, contact the ex-
and Tillie Burnstein, an- ecutive director of the De-
nounce that contributions of troit Zionist Federation, Raya Camp in Wisconsin
goods and services are need- Jackson, 547-8844.
for Slow Learners
for the auction.
Camp Ramah in Wiscon ,
Greeting Cards -
Art Kutnick will be auction-
will open a branch of the
eer, assisted by Meyer Green
Tikva Program for children
and Bill Sorokin.
with learning disabilities for
Refreshments and 'dancing
the 19'73 summer season. The
will be on the evening's agen-
program is jointly sponsored
da, and the public is invited. By ALBERT ABOULAFIA by the United Synagogue
Call Lee or Hilda
For' information, call Mol- and LESLIE GROSINGER Commission on Jewish Edu-
On a recent Saturday
557-4486 lie Stern, 342-2791, or Shirley
night, the students of Hillel cation and the National
Day School and many of our Ramah Commission.
Applications will be con-
alumni assembled at school
sidered from boys and girls
to celebrate the Sabbath.
The program consisted of age 1248.
hasidic tales, humorous quips
For information and ap-
and • stories, Israeli singing plications, contact the Camp
and dancing and refresh- Ramah Office, 72 E. 11th
ments. The folklore surround- St., Chicago, Ill. 60605, area
ing the occasion was both 312: 939-2393.
interesting and entertaining.
The evening turned out to
be a great success due to
the excellent supervision and
preparation by Menahem
You Won't Be Bared.
Glaser. The music for the
MMHG CO-ED SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL AND Israeli dancing was provided
ANDREA LOUISE YOK-
COLLEGE STUDENTS... PLUS CAMP PROGRAM' FOR YOUNG PEOPLE by Mrs. Goldie Eskin.
ICH, daughter of Mr. and
Contestants in the school Mrs. George P. Yokich of
AGES 10-12: Full camp program with Israeli children. Supervised
spelling bee were the grade Edgemont Rd., Southfield,
winners of the 5th through graduated with honors from
AGES 12-14: Interesting educational and recreational program + 14
8th grade, plus the six run- Michigan State University
days of sightseeing. Celebrate your Bar Mitzvah at the Western Wall.
ners-up in each grade.
with a 'major in education of
AGES 1417: Choose from 6 exciting programs ranging from actual
The grade winners who the emotionally disturbed.
_ kibbutz work to touring Israel and visiting Europe. Personal contact
competed were Melissa Kra-
with Israelis year own age. Hi sightseeing, social activities.
kauer, Wayne Karbal, Lisa Weekend Shabatorr
COLLEGE STUDENTS: Interesting programs that combine sightseeing
Kempler and Stewart Wayne.
in depth, actual kibbutz experience and travel to Europe.
The school champion is Lisa at Camp Tamarack
. Call, Visit or Write for ler Bar:More: "Sower Alternatives 1973"
r 1 Lampert of the 7th grade who Forty members of the
will represent the school at Beth Abraham-Hillel Youth
Hisuomn A:d 8d5 ieti,
the Detroit News District Group will be on a weekend
retreat and Shabaton today
Lisa Steiner of the 5th troug Sunday at Camp Tam-
grade came in second, follow- arack wit adviser Gary Gut-
ed by Andrea Mames of the man.
Shabaton guest will be
Rabbi 'Israel I. Halpern,
spiritual leader of Cong-
Youth Programs Set Beth Abraham-Hillel.
Special interest programs
for 4th-6th graders will start Bnai Moshe USY
4:15 p.m. Monday and con-
tinue Mondays through Thurs- Setting Up Carnival
days at the 10 Mile Jewish
'Bnai Moshe Senior United
Center. There is no fee to Synagogue Youth will span-
youngsters who are Center sor a carnival 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
members or students of the April 8 at the synagogue.
United Hebrew Schools.
That evening, the group
All children who live in will see the Rauch Revival,
Oak Park, Berkley, Ferndale a Hebrew folk and rock
or Royal Oak may ride the group from New York.
UHS buses to the 10 Mile
7:00 p.m.—The Ron Maxwell Show: Ron Maxwell plays your
`The Immortal Story'
dedications and ' requests until • 11:00 tonight. Call him at
For information or an ap-
352-WSHJ or 352-9745.
plication; call group services,
The Jewish Free School
6:30 p.m.—Hear Tonight: Hosts 'Mike Gordon and Tim Downey
This program is sponsored and the Michigan Associa-
by the Jewish Center and tion of Jewish College Stu-
along with WSHJ newsman Dick Shafrar interview Deano
Day from WDEE radio.
the United Hebrew. Schools. dents will present "The
Immortal Story" 8 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Jewish Center
Bnai Moshe USY
6:30 p.m.--Entertainment Plus:Esther Wein reviews the TONY
award winning play "APPLAUSE" with Lauren Bacall.
to Hold Carnival
The film stars Orson
Bnai Moshe Senior United Welles. "Hey Cab" and
6:30 p.m.—City Council
Hichlights: Steve Ross reviews and
Youth Chapter will hold a "Black Thumb" also are
comments on Southfield'; i,nportant city council meetings.
carnival 11 a.m. 4 p.m. featured. There is an admis-
April 8 in the synagogu so- sion charge.
6:30 p.m.—NASA Progress Report: Host Willard Scott talks
A Bet Cafe will be held 8
about the upcoming events in space exploration.
T h e carnival includes p.m. Tuesday at 16845 Muir-
6:45 p.m.—American Forest Institute: Phyliss Rock talks about
games and prizes. Refresh- land. There will be games,
ecology and the conservation of and in
ments will be served. Harold and refreshments will be
Youra is carnival chairman. served
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