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November 10, 1978 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, November 10, 1918

Beth Hayeled Open House Set; re1.4.4.**********444-40
Enrichment Classes Begun

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IN SUNDAY SCHOOL
class she taught before re-
turning here from Los
Angeles recently, Edith
Rosen tells of the children
just finishing studying the
Ten Commandments . . . On
a written test, Edith asked
what is meant by the word
"Adultery" . . . One little
girl'wrote, "Adultery is the
sin of saying you are older
than you really are."
ANOTHER BIG
PARTY at Raleigh House
for Judge Jim Clarkson .. .
and a lot of fun again .. .
Coordinated by Jim's trea-
surer, Janie Fields . . .
Harry Nelson, chairman of
his campaign, making sure
everybody knows each other
. . . He's a real non-political
"politician" . . . Ernie Sol-
omon, co-chairman, wear-
ing that slick grease on his
hair as in the Dexter Blvd.
days ... Sally Fields, only
woman on the legislative
anti-Nazi committee, look-
ing like Artie Fields' sister
instead of his mother . . .
Seemed. like biggest party
yet by Jim .. .
Mark Plotkin being beg-
ged not to shave off his fine
mustache . . . Southfield
magistrate Jeff Faintuck a
sharp dresser . . . Col. Ar-
thur Becker, Southfield
Civil Defense boss, cutting
up a storm on the dance
floor . . . Irwin Cohn walk-
ing about unnoticed .. .
Frankie Paul on accordion
doing a super job . . . accom-
panied by very good sax
man Al LeSage, and Don
Clarkson, Jim and Betty's
son, on drums . . . Al Reif-
man the first bachelor to re-
ceive the Golden Award in
96 years of Yeshiva.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
. . . to wife Frieda.
IF YOU WANT to see the
. wildest jacket in town, Rube
Zissman has it on every
Thursday at Tamaroff
Buick on Telegraph . . .
Says it brings him good luck
. .. No doubt a lot of atten-
tion too with all the old cars
printed on his one-of-a-kind
. jacket.
LOOK FOR Mary
Tamaroff to be opening
another dealership . . . a
Lincoln-Mercury to go with
his Buick, Opel and Honda
spot . . . Will be in another
part of town.
AN • UNUSUAL RE-
TURN to Cong. Beth
Shalom takes place Nov. 26
. . Stan Gill, son of Bernice
and Jackie Gill, sang in the
congregation choir while in
high school . . . Now he
comes back with his profes-
sional troupe, the Black
Sheep Repertory Theater
Company of Manchester,
Mich., for "An Evening
With Cole Porter" by the
Beth Shalom Sisterhood .. .
For tickets, call the
synagogue office, 547-7970,
or Jeanette Eizelman, 398-
2940.
Something for the kiddies
also . . . At 2 p.m., the group
will be doing a live perfor-

"Rumples-

mance of
tiltskin."
GET WELL WISHES
. . . to window washing wit
Allan Schwartz . . . into
New Grace Hospital this
Sunday, and operated on
Monday.
BEST BET OF THE
Weekend . . . Bnai David
Men's Club Pre-
Thanksgiving Feather
Party tomorrow night in the
synagogue social hall, 8:30
p.m.. . . Food and prizes ga-
lore.
MOLLY PICON, who
will perform as guest
speaker for the Helen
Rosenberg Cancer Fighters,
Nov. 15, at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, has been a failure at
only one endeavor during
her life — retirement.
"Touch Of Everything" is
number two by this very
fine organization (one of the
best) . . . beginning 10 a.m.
. . . with 32 boittiques and a
continental breakfast .. .
Lunch will be noon and
Molly Picon takes the stage
around 1:30.
For tickets or more info,
call Sylvia Epstein, 557-
3519, Barbara Schwartz,
332-1580, or Nora Kanat,
358-5538.
HOW FLEET fame
flyest away . . . And so Dick
"Night Train" Lane and
outselves were knocked out
in the first round of recent
billiard bash for Easter
Seals at Roma's of Birmin-
gham . . . Dick, the former
Detroit Lion, was last year's
winner, and we were
runners-up.
STEVE MILLER,
eleventh grader at Oak
Park High, was among top
prize winners at the annual
Halloween Magic Contest
held in Southfield . . . He
was one of five finalists and
took second place in the
senior stage division.
OVER 250 ARTISTS
will participate in Audrey
Levy's fifth annual Ann
Arbor Winter Art Fait; Fri-
day through Sunday at the
University of Michigan
Track and Tennis Building
on Ferry Field.
CAPSULE OF RE-
Businessmen's
CENT
Group, City of Hope affair at
Fairlane Manor . . . Comic
Freddy Roman very funny
. . . Hal Gordon good as
usual . . . Food left very
much to be desired in such
beautiful surroundings .. .
Excellent presentation by
chairman Andy Miller .. .
Speaker Prof. Aaron
Levenstein good combina-
tion of humor and serious-
ness . . . A worthy function
for an even worthier cause.
ASKED IF HIS little
baby brother could talk yet,
eight-year-old Bobby
Seligman, son of Jack and
Molly Seligman, rePlied
disgustedly, "Na.w, he can't.
And why should he learn?
All Davie has to do issyell a
lot and he can get 'every-
thing in the house worth
having."

The Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Beth Hayeled t nursery
school and kindergarten)
will hold zin open house for
parents and the public 7:30
p.m. Thursday in the school
wing of the synagogue.
Classroom exhibits will re-
flect the children's ac-
tivities. Staff members will
describe the school program
and policies. Refreshments
will be served.

The Beth Hayeled is now
accepting applications for
its winter semester and for
the fall 1979. The school ac-
cepts children between the
ages of 21/2 and 5. It also has
parent-toddler classes and a
kindergarten. Half day ses-
sions meet two, three or five
days a week..
The Beth Hayeled is in-
itiating a new kindergarten
enrichment program for
children who go to kinder-
garten elsewhere during
the other half of the day.
Classes will begin in
January and will meet two
mornings or two afternoons
a week. The program will
aim at enriching and rein-
forcing the child's "other
school" experiences and will
particularly emphasize sci-
ence and nature study,
cooking, gym, math and
language development. It
will also continue the child's
religious education.
A limited class size will
enable the teacher to de-
vote some time to indi-
vidual learning problems
and specific skills and in-
terests. A new class is
also being formed in
January for the 21-3-
year-old who will attend

HUNGARIAN
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for the first time.

The Beth Hayeled is
licensed by the state of
Michigan. For information
call Rosaline Gilson, Beth
Hayeljd director. :157-5544 :

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