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June 09, 1978 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-09

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40 Friday, kw 9, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MI YOU NMI OF
nit GOLD AU

RALPH YAMRON'S
Orchestra

DIAMONDS

Youth News

are invited to see Detroit synagogue. Cost of the trip
Pistons coach Dick Vitale at will include all rides, dinner
a Bnai David Sports Night, and transportation, with
8 p.m. June 20 at the special discounts for per-
synagogue. Refreshments sons who participated in the
CUSTOM JEWELERS
will be served. Tickets are group bowl-a-thon. Space is
LAWYERS TITLE BLDG.
now
available. For informa- limited. For reservations,
SUITE 105
(Formerty The
tion, contact a youth leader contact adviser Steve
SHEFFIELD OFFICE PARK
Kadima
will
have
a
swim
Joe ?Mier
3270 W. BIG BEAVER
or the synagogue office, Kideckel, 968-1765.
party and barbecue dinner
Orchestra)
TROY
557-0820
5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Ha-or members who took
JUST WEST OF COOUDGE
Atid senior group (grades
home of the Fred Sklar-
643-6440
nine-12) will end its year part in the group bowl-a-
chyks, 21640 Meadowlane,
•*-
thon
fund-raiser on June 4
with a group trip to Cedar
Birmingham. There is a
The wonderful FEAST OF WEEKS, SHAVUOT is upon us,
Point June 19, meeting 7:30 should turn in all monies by
nominal
charge.
For
re-
the Season of the Giving of the Torah!
a.m. at the synagogue. Spe- Sunday. Funds may be
, quired reservations, call
cial discounts are available turned in to .the synagogue
Stephen Gold, 546-5654, or
Mount Sinai is called, among other names, Har Gaununim,
for members. Reservations office, library or to adviser
the Mount of Cheese. The reason for this is that three days " Marla Magy, 356-2146.
are now being taken. For in- Kideckel.
prior to the Great Revelation at Sinai, the Children of Israel
•• •
Ruach (grades three-four)
formation, contact adviser
were bidden to abstain from meat and to eat only dairy foods.
BNAI MOSHE youth
Hartley Harris, 967-0735, will spend a day at Bob-Lo
That is why the BLINTZ has become the symbol of this
June
22, meeting 9 a.m. at
groups will combine for a
or group president Steve
festival.
the synagogue. Parents are
youth Shabat service
Dines, 557-1977.
Celebrate in style, with the finest in Kosher Dairy Foods
needed
to drive to the boat
Saturday in the main
Masada
(grades
from the Queen of Kosher Products:
sanctuary. The youth will
seven-eight) will hold its dock. Reservations should
read from the Torah and
year-end trip to•Cedar be made by contacting ad-
conduct the prayers.
Point June 20, leaving viser Deni Warsaw, 352-
7:15 a.m. from the 3632, or the synagogue
synagogue. Young youth-line.
people who participated Talit and Tefilin will
Available For All Occasions
in the candy sale fund- not meet Sunday. The
25 years expoioncv
raiser will receive special group will hold its final
discounts.
Space is li- meetingoftheyear with a
MAGICAL MEL
mited, and reservations father-son tournament 9
547-2464

should be made by a.m. June 18. Trophies
Thursday. For informs- will be awarded. For in-
tion, contact adviser formation, contact ad-
Danny Kaplan, 398-7422, viser Alan Hurvitz, 557-
or trip chairman Stuart 0821.
Cohen,
547-0780.
For information on youth
Bnai Moshe youth group
Ha-or (grades five-six) activities, contact the
members and their families
If I can't Beat Your Best Deal
will go to Cedar Point June will conduct its year-end synagogue youth-line,
18, meeting at the trip to Cedar Point June 16, 557-8325, or library, 557-
synagogue at 7:30 a.m. meeting 7:15 a.m. at the 8211.
••
There is a fee. For reserva-
tions by Tuesday, call
Weizman.
at the Some
•• •
Students in the United Feldman, Avery Goldstein, Harry
Green, Arlene Hearshen, Rodger
BNAI DAVID Junior Hebrew Schools high school Hyams, Marilyn Jonas, Allen Katz,
6mile, l Ilk. W. ef Woofer
and
branches will graduate Brian Kolender, Richard Lampear,
ARNOLD MARGOUS
Congregation will observe
the Shavuot holiday during at commencement exercises Michael Mandell, Kim Maneli, El-
liot Maness, Steven Markel, Ben-
10 a.m. Shabat services 8 p.m. Wednesday at Cong. jamin
Meisner, Michael Nachman,
Saturday. All groups for Bnai Moshe.
Michele Olson, Randy Otis, Craig
High school graduates in- Pollack, Rennie Rubinstein, Ed-
children age 8-10 and youth
clude:
ward
Sendler,
Helene Shapiro, Paul
age 11-14, as well as Story
Lawrence Acker, Naomi Bank,
Bonnie Sherr, Gary
Hour (age 4-7) will receive Beth Bayer, Ronald Demak, Made- Shapiro,
Sinclair, Eva Tugman, Brian Wale,
• SCHOOLRELD *AUG •SIMMONS •SEALY •SERTA •SPRING AIR *LA-Z.
attendance awards at a lyn Dinnerstein, Cheryl Eisenberg, Mark Wein, Tracy Wolf, Barry Zeta
BOY •STIFFEL LAMPS •KROEHLER •AMERICAN •BURLINGTON •BASSETT
year-end luncheon June 17. Susan Friedman, Clyde Glen, Floyd and Marshall Zweig.
Elise Leopold, Daniel Levy,
• BARCALOUNOER •LANE •UNIQUE
For reservations, by Thurs- Glen,
David Medow, Marcia Pruchno,
day, contact a youth leader. Toba Rubenstein, Maureen BNAI MOSHE BRANCH
13703 W. McNichols 342 - 5351 Hrs. Mon thru Sat. 9:30 til 5:30
Sheryl Berenbaum. Paul Byck,
Young people of all ages Schreiber, Heidi Wilhelm, Martin

Duo, Trio & Quartet
Music For All
Occasions

BETH SHALOM United
Synagogue Youth group
will have its installation
dinner 6:30 p.m. today in
the synagogue. The instal-
lation will be held at 8 p.m.
services in the daily chapel.

NMI Of

WASSERMAN

968-0021

MAGICIAN

5 lbs. of MATZO

Outgoing Senior United
Synagogue Youth President
Nancy Ankerman will
speak, and the new officers
will be installed. Parents
and friends are invited.
A kidush for the congre-
gation will follow, and the
Bnai Moshe youth will be
tendered a luncheon.
Story Hour will meet 10
a.m. Saturday in the
playroom with adviser
Marilyn Freilich. Chil-
dren age 3-6 are invited to
join in prayers, songs,
stories, games and re-
freshments. The group
will join the other youth
groups for kidush and
luncheon.
Senior USY, junior con-
gregation and Story Hour
will conduct Shavuot ser-
vices Sunday and Monday
in their respective meeting
rooms.
, Senior USY and junior
congregation will hold
Shabat services throughout
the summer. Adviser for
Story Hour will be Nancy
Ankerman.
For information on
youth group activities
call Mark Eichner, 358-
0065, or Hanan Weizman,
626-2355.

Margolis Household Furniture
30 YEARS
OLD - STAND
SHARPENING the PENCIL

UHS Names June Graduates

On.All Name Brands

Furniture and Bedding

DcoysErhop

"WE COVER INTERIORS"

WE COVER INDOWS
25 to 30% OFF

BLINDS &

WOVEN

WOODS

30% OFF

• 1" Horizontal
Blinds
• Vertical
Blinds
• Woven
Wood Shades

LP soh

Custom Drapery
Fabrics

• Large Selection
• Quality in Design &
Workmanship

Mr

• Ready mades
with matching
fabric
• custom made
spreads

Freight will be added

Sale Ends 6/23

542-6040

KULL

- jib.

- I. S. 10 - 2

ADAT SHALOM
BRANCH

Susan Aides, Elizabeth Alpern,
Ronald Bittker; Howard Bleiwas,
Mark Buchalter, Leslie Cohen,
Daniel Deitch, James Engelhardt,
Jeffrey Fantich, Blair Freedman,
Isabel Goldfaden, Marc Gordon,
Michael Gordon, Eric Lumberg,
Lori Matter, Steven Muskovitz,
Wendy Nathanson, Melissa Okun,
Steven Richmond, Richard Ross,
Mark Rotenberg, Randi Ruskin,
Geoffrey Saham, Brad Sandler,
Andrea Shanbom, Ruth Share,
David Stillman, Howard Stoller,
Richard Taylor, Michael Weingar-
den, Cheryl Weiss, Randy Willis
and Tom Wuethrich.

BETH ACHIM BRANCH

WALLPAPER

26% off 21-25 rolls
24% off 16-20 rolls
22% off 11-15 rolls
20% off 1-10 rolls

WE COVER BEDS
20% OFF

2745 Coolidge
S. of 12 Mile Berkley

WE COVER WINDOWS

Zoldan, Sandra Zoldan, Naomi
Blumenberg, Allan Fox, Ari Reubin
and Rebecca Tron.

We cover triton
10% OFF

• Re-upholstering
• Custom Slipcovers

Dcsayerrhop

Amy Baker, Larry Barron, Lisa
Bez, Helen Blumenthal, Pelisse
Burns, Amy Cantor, Randi
Chaffkin, Stacey Dobrusin, Leora
Druckman, Leon Elalouf, Jonathon
Fischer, Rena Glaser, Mark
Goldberg, Steven Harris, Marc
Herschelman, Mark Hubert, Beth
Jacobs, Steven Jaron, Harvey
Kamer, Scott Kline, Steven Kohl,
Jonathon Krome, Audrey Lawson,
Marc Lipton, Norman Malinas,
Rodney Masserman, Barry Meyer,
Jonathon Moss, Sheri Pickover,
Janice Plotnik, Robert Pruchno,
Gary Rabin, Stuart Sherman, Paul
Shrem, Daniel Sperling, Karen Su-
pian and Shawn Zimberg.

BNAI DAVID BRANCH

Jack Abramson, Marc Beitner,
Jeffrey Blum, David Budyk, Leslie
Citron, Rochelle Feld, Lawrence

Steven Chudnow, Joanne Cooper,
Julie Falbaum, Jill Freedman,
Heidi Greenbaum, Robert Green-
field, Ivan Katz, Jeffrey Kowalsky,
David Lederman, Andrew Lippe,
Jonathan Nachman, Alan Nus-
baum, Gordon Oliva, Stacey Olson,
Rhonda Orem, Aaron Rappaport,
Debra Reifler, Jeffrey Roth, Irwin
Sabbota, Eric Schultz, Evan
Shartsis, Laura Tennenhouse,
Mark Wolok and Arron Zack.

•• •

MSTY Elects
New Officers

Michigan State Temple
Youth elected Richard
Kutchai president at its an-
nual election meeting at
Temple Emanu-El.
Other officers are Nanci
Klein and Trese Warren,
vice presidents; Curtis
Kuttnauer, social action
board member; Lee Win-
kelman, religious and cul-
tural board member; Julie
Goldfarb, secretary; and El-
liot Dater, treasurer.

Liberalized Rules

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The Carter Administration
will allow Israel to spend its
$700 million in U.S.
economic aid outside the
U.S., which is a change from
past practice. -

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