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June 23, 1978 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-23

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mg NEWS

_Newsman Evans to Speak
at BAHM Bond Reception

Births

June 13 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Klein (Sharon
Dorn), 29969 Green Acres,
Farmington Hills, a daugh-
ter, Jodie Allison.
• • •
June 13 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Blauer (Ad-
rienne Hacker), former De-
troiters of Virginia Beach,
Va., a son, Eric Jason.
• • •
June 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Lyons, 16965
Cregcent, Southfield, a son,
Jay Norman.
• • •
May 22 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Scott (Jac-
queline Krieger), 25419
Briar Dr., Oak Park, a son,
Bryan Philip.
• • •
May 1 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Malkin (Marlene
Katz) of West Bloomfield, a
son, Ryan David.

Cong. Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses will be the set-
ting for a cocktail reception
on behalf of State of Israel
Bonds at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday.
Hosting the event, which
will mark the congrega-
tion's commemoration of Is-
rael's 30th anniversary
year, are synagogue mem-
bers Max Blum, Alfred
Bricker, Nelson Dembs,
Leonard Edelman, Leonard
Farber, Abe Feinstein,
Jules Feldmesser, Nat
Fishman, Sheldon
Fishman, Menasche Haar,
Simon Indianer, Bernard
Kaufman, Judge Nathan J.
Kaufman, Ben Kinzer,
Irwin Klar, Doris Levin,
Bernhard Lichtenstein,
Max Lonnerstater, Dr. Har-
ris Mainster, Henry Mar-
kus, Leon Mondry, Robert
Naftaly, Irving Nusbaum,

Beth El Children
Get Maalot Flag

The fathom's inflience af-
fects the life of his son. It is
seen in his beauty, his
strength, his wealth, his
wisdom, and his years.
—The Talmud

The children of Temple
Beth El have been pre-
sented with the Israeli flag
of Maalot as an expression
of solidarity.
Rabbi Dannel I. Schwartz
of the temple asked Ami
Spektor of El Al Israel Air-
lines about the flag several
months ago.
The flag flew at the
Maalot school in May 1974
when terrorists attacked
the school.
Spektor, El Al district
manager, spoke to the
secretary of the moshav,
Benny Stern, about the
Beth El children's in-
terest in the flag,
The flag was sent to Spek-
tor who presented it to the
children June 9.

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4

Youth News

BETH JACOB Temple
Youth elected Jordan
Schreier president for the
1978-1979 program year.
Other officers are Amy
Mayer, Brad Ressler and
Bruce Welford, vice presi-
dents; Chuck Bienenfeld,
state board representative;
Marjorie Zupmore, secret-
ary; and Lisa Livon, trea-
surer.

ROBERT M. EVANS
Dr. Robert Schlaff, Jack
Schon, Arthur Smith, Dr.
Myron Spalter, Dr. Jack
Stattmann and Dr. Warren
Tessler.
Reception
co-
chairpersons are Irwin Klar
and Dr. Harris Mainster.
Guest speaker will be
Robert Mayer Evans,
former correspondent and
bureau chief for CBS News
in Moscow.
Evans served for three
years as special assistant to
Edward R. Murrow when he
directed the U.S. Informa-
tion Agency. At the height
of the Yom Kippur War
Evans made a week-long
visit to Israel to issue an
eye-witness report on the
key aspects of the war.
He has spent several
months in Israel with tele- .
vision film crews: in 1971 he
made a series of TV news
features for Westinghouse
Broadcasting, and again
last year under the auspices
of the Israeli Foreign Minis-
try he made three television
programs on Israel for
broadcast on his own,
nationally-syndicated tele-
vision series.

Habonim Set
Camp Sessions

Habonim Camp Tavor in
Three Rivers, Mich. will
have three sessions this
summer. The first will be
from June 21 to July 17, the
second will run July 17 to
Aug. 14 and the full session
runs from June 21. to Aug.
14.
For information about
this Israeli-inspired sum-
mer camp, write or call
Ethel Silberg, 15420 Ken-
wood, Oak Park, 968-8726.
Camp Tavor is an affiliate
of Habonim— Labor Zionist
Youth with camps through-
out North America.

Past president Elliott
Dater was elected treasurer
of the Michigan State Tem-
ple Youth organization
while Lee Winkelman was
elected religious vice presi-
dent.

At Shavuot services June
11, the following students
were confirmed: Gregg
Adelman, Robert Barnett,
Alison Fish, Adrienne
Gersten, Paul Schwartz,
Adam Stein, Bruce Welford
and Marjorie Zupmore.
• • •
YOUNG ISRAEL
TEENS of the National
Conference of Synagogue
Youth will hold their an-
nual installation and
awards banquet 6:30 p.m.
Thursday at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods.
Officers to be installed
are: Cheryl Ginns, presi-
dent; Jay Jubas, Rachel
Flatt, Aryeh Koenigsberg,
vice presidents; Joel Stor-
chan, treasurer; Lynn
Eisenberg, Carol Subar and
Sheryl Zuroff, secretaries.
Everyone is invited. For re-
servations, call Joel, 968-
6967.
YI Teens received the
highest award at the NCSY
regional convention in
Cleveland, the "Chapter of
the Year" award. Members
who won awards include
Debbie Engel, Torah service
citation; Michael Eisen-
berg, Kesser Shem Tov
award; and Janet Fink,
NCSY'er of the Year award.
The installation will be the
occasion to recognize the
award winners.
• • •
BNAI DAVID Junior
Congregation presented
awards to members who
have attended the most

Talit and Tefilin Club
awarded a high series
trophy for bowling to
Robert Ring. Other
trophies were presented
to Diane Shaw for high
game, Howard Korman
for high over-average,
and Fred and Steve
Brown for father-son
competition. Any teen,
age 13-17, interested in
joining the group in Sep-
tember should contact
adviser Alan Hurvitz,
557-0822.
Youth groups for young
people in grades three
through 12 have recessed
for the summer months. Ac-
tivities will resume in Sep-
tember. Any young person
who would like to be on the
mailing list may contact the
synagogue youth-line,
557-8325.

'Up With People'

The singing, dancing and
musical company, Up With
People, will present a prog-
ram 7:30 p.m. July 2 at
Meadow Brook. Tickets are
available at Hudson's
Montgomery Ward and
Sears stores and at the
Meadow Brook box office.

Dan Yessian
Associates

is pleased to
announce the exclusive
representation of

THE

Israeli Students
Slate Workshop

The Israeli Student Or-
ganization will conduct a
workshop on "The Middle
East Triangle: Israel, the
U.S. and the Arabs," 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the Muir-
wood Apts. club house,
24689 Muirwood Dr., Far-
mington Hills.
Guest speaker will be
Prof. Arthur Mandel of the
University of Michigan's
department of history. Re-
freshments will be served,
and admission is free. For
information, call Uri Segal,
352-8047, or the Israel
Aliya Center, 968-1044.

Shabat youth services dur-
ing the year at its year-end
luncheon on June 17.
Awards were given to:
Ethan Berkove, Betsy Ber-
nard, Greta Bernard, Marc
Betman, Lisa Chatlin, Rob-
bie Chatlin, Steve Chud-
now, Rive Dines, Craig
Freedman, Sandra Freed-
man, Gael Grossman, Marci
Grossman, Lilly Glancy,
Jeff Kaufman, Andrea
Lampear, Richard Lam-
pear, Esther Lipenholtz,
Kim Maneli, Elliot Maness,
David Nathan, Howard
Nathan, Lisa Orechkin, Jeff
Roth, Marilyn Schwartz
and Jay Weiss. Outgoing
Youth Commission co-
chairmen Arthur Chaims
and Meyer Berman also
were recognized. Junior
Congregation groups will
resume Shabat services in
September, following a
summer break.

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