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May 17, 1974 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, May 17, 1974

Beth El Singles to Show Oldies

Night of Hasidic Culture

outh
ews

to Be Staged by Habonim

girth,s

May 13—To Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald S'herr (Linda Fried-
man), 27618 Westcott, Farm-
ington Hills, a daughter,
Dawn Elizabeth.
* * *
May 12—To former Detroit-
ers Capt. and Mrs. Marc A.
Grainer (Diane Cohen) of
Falls Church, Va., a son,
Richard Scott.
* *
May 10—To Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Scheinker (Marsha For-
man), 15020 Northfield, Oak
Park, a son, Jeffrey Warren.
* * *
May 9—To Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Golding (Beth Levitt
of Detroit), of Toronto, a son,
Jordan Blair.
* * *
May 4—To Mr. and Mrs.
Lowell A. Schultz (Shelly
Handelsman), 4762 South
Knoll, West Bloomfield, a
daughter, Micole Lesley.

LARRY FREEDMAN

647-2367

WXYZ disc jockey Johnny Randall, seated, is pictured
with, from left, Wendy Snyder, Gerry Hart and Carol
Dunitz, members of Beth El Singles, which will host a
social gathering 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the temple. "I'm No
Angel," starring Mae West, will set the theme for an eve-
ning of old-time movies, hosted by Randall. Also on the
program are W. C. Fields in "The Dentist" and Buster
Keaton in "The Blacksmith." Refreshments will follow the
films. Entertainment passbooks will be given as prizes.
There is an admission price. The Beth El group plans other
social activities for Jewish singles age 21-40. These in-
* * *
clude a beach party in July, a concert at Pine Knob in
May 3—To Mr. and Mrs. August and a "Night at the Radio" with local celebrities
Mel Gitler (Lois Leaderman), in October. An informal coffee gathering will be held at
29513 Brentwood, Southfield, the temple on alternate Wednesday evenings. For informa-
tion, call Pauline Snyder, 626-0340; or the temple office,
a son, Aaron Matthew.
851-1100.
* * *
April 25—To Mr. and Mrs.
Norman J. Rubinoff (Arlene
Tilchen of Detroit), a son,
Dani Doron.
Activities for the entire exhibit-sal& of knitting, art
_ * * *
family will highlight the corn- sented by senior adults and
April '24—To Mr. and Mrs.
munitywide lag b'Omer cele- there will be a flea market.
Mark Lavetter (Elaine Fried-
bration Sunday at the 10
man), 22120 Church, Oak
Also scheduled are parent-
Mile Jewish Center. The
Park, a son, Shawn David.
toddler field games, the
events
will
start
at
10
a.m.
* * *
and continue throughout the showing of a W o m e n's
April 17—To Dr. and Mrs. day.
American ORT movie on Is-
Michael J. Berman (Brenda
Parents and children can rael, a presentation of the
Veach), 1781 Brentwood, test their skills in field events Fresh Air Society's marion-
Troy , a daughter, Michele and archery contests, or par- ette production, "If Not High-
Leann.
ticipate in singing, dancing er," and a series of events
* *
and other group activities. An sponsored by the Detroit
March 19—To former De- and woodcarving will be pre- Jewish Youth Coalition.
troiter Dr. Saul Goldston and
Mrs. Goldston (Jacqueline
Kreisler of Fort Worth), of
San Diego, a daughter, Cory
Registration is still open mics, weaving, jewelry and
Beth.
for youngsters for any of 16 metalcraft, music, modern
programs offered by the Jew- dance, dramatics and photo-
RABBI HERSHL ish Center's 1974 Summer graphy. Half-day tours to
Program.
places of cultural interest in
Among the programs is the area are also offered.
Other programs include
Camp of the Arts, designed
Certified Mohel
for the creatively inclined Camp Shalom, a Hebrew
7th-10th grader, while Camp speaking day camp for 4th,
557-8210
of the Arts Jr. is designed 5th, and 6th grade young-
for fifth and sixth grade sters; Sports Skills Camp for
5th-9th graders; and a vari-
youngsters.
RABBI LEO
Camp of the Arts combines ety of travel Programs for
development of cultural arts 5th-12th grade youngsters.
skills with traditional sum-
This year's summer pro-
mer fun. Participants may gram is divided into two ses-
Expert Mohel
choose from drawing and sions, beginning June 24 and
Serving Hospitals and Homes
painting, sculpture and cer-a- July 22.
LI 2-4444
LI 1-9769

Lag b'Omer Celebration

Summer Youth Programs Open

ROTH

557-0888

GOLDMAN

RABBI S. ZACHARIASH

Specialized

MOHEL

In Home or Hospital

Four plays centering
around legends from ancient
*
0

557-9666'

REV. SIDNEY

A "Camping Clinic" in-
cluding an exhibit of the
latest and most advanced
camping equipment available
on the market will be held
1-5 p.m. Sunday at the Jewish
Center.
Camping experts Richard
Marks and John Graham will
discuss camping, back pack-
ing and survival training, as
well as the proper handling
and use of tents, sleeping
bags, cooking gear and cloth-
ing. This program is open to
the community at no charge.

Mohel

358-1426 or 357-5544

Cantor SAMUEL

GREENBAUM

Certified

MOHEL

Serving Homes 8 Hospitals

399-7194 — 547-7970

ki

.

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS

They Made
The Grade

JEFFREY D. SACHS, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Sachs of Dartmouth Ave.,
Oak Park, has been awarded
a John Harvard scholarship
in recognition of academic
achievement at Harvard Uni-
versity during the 1972-1973
Japan will highlight the Jew- academic year. Sachs, who
ish Center's Young People's is completing his second year
Theater performance 7:30 at Harvard as a junior,
p.m. Sunday in the Aaron maintains a straight A aver-
age. He was valedictorian of
DeRoy Theater.
Each of the four plays delv- - his 1972 graduating class at
es into the folklore of ancient Oak Park.
Japan through stories, sets,
costumes and music.
Camaraderie Plans
Performers will be Philip
Silverman, Beth Feiger, Talk on Astrology
Camaraderie Singles will
Richard Goldfarb, Marcia
Jaffe and Ralph Benaim. have a social 8:30 p.m. Tues-
Also appearing will be Cher day at the Zionist Cultural
Sussman, Ilene Moskovitz, Center. Sid Astourian will
Roz Hurwitz, Maureen Weis- speak on "Astrology and the
serman, Peter .Morris and Zodiac."
Refreshments and dancing
Ken Strause.
Tickets are on sale at the will follow. There is an ad-
Center ticket office. For in- mission charge. For informa-
formation, contact the cul- tion, call Sylvia Cooperman,
tural arts department, 341- 273-7727, or Bertha Sonshine,
968-7635.
4200.

Center Actors F ocus on Japan

Center to Sponsor
Clinic for Campers

RUBE

Habonim, the Labor Zionist hef", as "A Hasidic Event,"
youth movement, is planning 8 p.m. Saturday at the Labor
the annual program, or "Nes- Zionist Institute.
Habonim requests small
donations, which will help
HILLEL
fund scholarships to send
Jewish youth to summer
HAPPENINGS
camps and to Israel on var-
Orchestra and Entertainment
By MARTY PASTERNAK ious programs.
The Neshef will feature the
The eighth grade of Hillel
Day School will have a rum- Habonim Dancers and Make-
mage sale 10 a.m.-5 p.m. lah, singing both traditional
and contemporary Jewish
May 26 at the school.
songs.
MICHAEL KAPUT
The presentation of
Performed by members of
"Shaw's Fair .Lady," a com-
Photography
edy-musical in two acts will Habonim age 8-20, "A Hasidic
Weddings • Bar Mitzvas
be presented 2 and 7 p.m. Event" has had the support
Sunday at the school. The of parents and the Tzvika
642-1039
students have worked very Z i d n e r family, Habonim
shlikhim.
hard getting ready for the
"A Hasidic Event" intro-
show and are looking for-
WANT TO SELL YOUR HOME?
ward to a full house for both duces the audience to the cul-
ture of the Hasidim and their
performances.
way of looking at life.
EXCLUSIVE
Among those in the cast
MATCHMAKER
Among the stories and
are Lisa Kempler, Michael
BROKER
Fox, Ben Lerman, Robbie plays is a special segment
Nusbaum, J i 11 Davidson, from the Israeli musical "Ish
CALL 559-8333
Marc Baker, Amy Heiman, Hasid Haya," which toured
Leora Bar-Levav, Steve in the U.S. as "Only Fools
AETNA
REALTY CO.
Weiner, Andrea Ma m e s, Are Sad".
24469 Greenfield Rd.
The
community
is
invited.
Mark Spalter, Lisa Mark
Southfield
Refreshtnents will follow.
and Ricky Schostak.
The Hillel basketball team
is alive and shooting. Be-
cause we are a parochial
Helen Zinberg R.E.
school, we went looking for
The hair you pluck will come back to haunt
a team to play outside of the
you. Before you tweeze agin, remember this
Yeshiva and Akiva. We came
Quotation from one of the foremost medical
authorities on the subject.of human hair:
up with the Alex Manoogian
"Plucking out strong hairs should never be
School on the Northland ser-
advised." Why not? Because the long term
vice drive.
- penalties for continued plucking can be sc
severe:
Our team members are:
Captain and coach, Steve
rides
that Air-cooled jet
T. You may -stimulate the
Berkal, Ricky Mark, Marty
Stream Electrolysis is avail-
growth of additional hairs
able to you. This is the. first
Pasternak, David Berkal,
around the one you pull
method of permanent hair
out.
Mitchell Medow, Leslie Gro-
removal with everything to
2. You may cause succes-
singer, Noam Gelfond, Al-
commend it. Air-cooled Jet
sive generations of hair from
bert Aboulafia, Steve Weiner
Stream
is faster, more corn-
the abused follicle to grow
and Yo•ef Rozwaski. Hillel
coarser, longer, darker.
fortable.
- Electrolysis is the only
3. You may cause skin irri-
won its first game March 31
medically approved method
tations, pits, scars.
against Manoogian, 47-33.
to remove hair permanently.
4. You may make eventual
High scorers for Hillel were
Investigate this suprior spe-
permanent removal slower
Steve Berkal (18 pts.) and
cialized
service for the per-
and costlier by pulling the
manent improvement and
Ricky Mark (14 pts.),
root and
follicle
out
of
confidence. You owe it to
place.
The second game was
yourself to look your best.
Such risks are needless
played at Manoogian. Hillel
finished off strong to win 47-
ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION
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Ricky Mark and Steve Ber-
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defeated, and we will accept
anyone who would like to
challenge that record.

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