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February 17, 1978 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-17

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18 Friday, February 11, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Israeli Troupe to Perform
for Synagogue Dedication

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Cong. Beth Israel Sister-
hood will hold its annual
donor luncheon March 6 in
the synagogue.
The program will feature
the Festival Dancers of the
Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit in a

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They Ayalons, an Israeli musical, comedy and dance
group will perform at the dedication banquet for the
new Young Israel of Southfield building April 2 at the
Sheraton Southfield Hotel. Creators of their own
material, The Ayalons sing international versions of
songs ffom"Hair" and "Fiddler on the Roof." They also
include contemporary Israeli songs in their repertoire
and perform in the style of the Ritz Brothers. There is a
charge for the banquet. For information or tickets, call
Mrs. Abe Selesny, 354-3494, or Mrs. Ronald Berman,
352-2020.

Chamber Music
Concert Set

The works of several con-
temporary Jewish compos-
ers, including Bloch,
Milhaud and Haieff, will be
featured in a chamber
music concert by the Tipton
Trio 7:30 p.m. Feb. 26 at the
Birmingham Temple.
The trio is comprised of
Albert Tipton, former prin-
cipal flutist of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, Mary
Norris Tipton, pianist and
harpsicord artist, and Mario
DiFiore, cellist with the De-
troit Symphony Orchestra.
The group also will present
a program of solos, duets
and trios, including works
by Rameau, J.S. Bach and
Mozart.
This concert is the third
in the Vivace music series.
On April 16, Ars Musica of
Ann Arbor will present an
evening of 17th and 18th
Century entertainment
with period instruments
and costumes. For ticket in-
formation, call Richard
Margolis, 543-4661.

The pleasure of your company

is respectfully requested at the

Fourteenth Anniversary Dinner

of

Akiva Hebrew Day School

honoring

Dr. Leon Fill
Sunday, the fifth of March

nineteen hundred and seventy-eight

Congregation Beth Achim

21100 West Twelve Mile Road

Southfield, Michigan

Cocktails 6:00 p.m.

Scouts Receive
Ner Tamid Prize

Dinner 7:00 p.m.

Couvert $125.00 per couple

Ross Grossman and Jeff
Aichenbaum will be
presented with the Ner
Tamid Award, Jewish
scouting's highest honor, at
Shabat services Saturday at
Cong. Bnai David.
Rabbi Morton • F. Yolkut
will conduct the services
and make the presentation.
Cantor Hyman J. Adler will
chant the liturgy.
Ross will chant the Haf-
tara during services.

Guest Speaker: Rabbi SteVen Riskin
Spiritual Leader of the
Lincoln Square Synagogue
New York City
FOR RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION
CALL AKIVA OFFICE 354-4664

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Flint People
Make News

Joan Hallem has been
elected president of_ the
board of the Service Center
for Visually Impaired, Inc.
Bari D. Suber, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
(Laurie) Suber has been
named a finalist in the 1978
Michigan National Teen-
ager Pageant to be held May
13 on the Eastern Michigan
University campus.

Naomi M. Patek
Plans to Marry

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Patek
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Naomi
Marlene of Orlando, Fla., to
Wayne A. Morris of
Jacksonville, Fla., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morris
of Merritt Island, Fla.
was
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graduated from Michigan
State University. Her
fiance received his
bachelor's degree from the
University of Miami and
master's degree from Texas
A & M University.
A May wedding is plan-
ned.

Interfaith Shabat
Service Is Slated

Temple Beth El will hold
an Interfaith Shabat service
8 p.m. Feb. 24.
The community is in-
vited. Congregants are re-
quested to invite ' non-
Jewish friends to share a
Shabat dinner and attend
the service together. There
will be an oneg Shabat fol-
lowing the service.

Kashrut Seminar
Set at Beth Israel

Cong. Beth Israel will
sponsor a kashrut seminar
led by Rabbi Hilel
Rudaysky and Pinhas Fel-
lus 12:30 p.m. Feb. 28 in the
synagogue.
The seminar is open to all
interested people in the
community. Those who reg-
-ularly use the Beth Israel
kitchen or who plan to do so
in the future either on their
own behalf or for an organi-
zation are requested to at-
tend.

Lunch Planned

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Women's American ORT
will sponsor a fashion show
and luncheon March 3 at
the University Club. There
is a charge. For reserva-
tions, contact Carol Beni-
son, 233-0906.

Be wise enough to be si-
lent.
—The Talmud

entitled,
presentation
"Womensrites."
Sharon Schreiber is donor
chairman. Co-chairmen
are: Shirley Gaynor, invita-
tions; Carmen Rachwal,
Gert Wapner, Idelle Colish,
Anita Raboi and Laura
Grossman, tickets; Laurie
Suber, Barbara Schafer and
Dorothy Berman, decora-
tions; Judy Kasle and
Phoebe Stanzler, luncheon;
Pat Binder, program .
Bertha Feiler and Sara
Osher, journal; Mae Green,
book editor; and Sue
Himelhoch and Ruth Vin-
acow, directory.

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Saturday — Keren Or
bowling party, 7:30 p.m.,
Southland Lanes.
Sunday — Temple Beth
El Bar-Bat Mitzva Family
Class, 6:30 p.m.; and FJCC
Leadership Development
meeting, 8 p.m.
Monday — FJCC Junior
Boys basketball game, 7:30
p.m., Whittier Junior High
School; FJCC Community
Relations Subcommittee on
Social and Economic Jus-
tice, 8 p.m:; and Temple
Beth El Board of Education
meeting, 8 p.m-.
,Tuesday — FJCC Wo,
men's Communal Service
meeting, 10 a.m., Council
office; Temple Beth El
"Lunch with Rabbi," noon;
Bnai Brith board meeting, 8
p.m.; and FJCC Basketball
Teams practice, 8. p.m.,
Temple Beth El.
Wednesday — Cong.
Beth Israel adult Hebrew
class, 7:45 p.m.; FJCC
Holocaust Study Group, 8
p.m., Temple Beth El.

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Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club,
noon, Temple Beth El; and
FJCC Board of Governors
meeting, 8 p.m.

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