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December 29, 1978 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Teens' Hanuka Spirit Aglow; Host Retarded at Celebration

By HEIDI PRESS

group's social action com-
mittee, the affair was high-
lighted by traditional re-
freshments, a candlelight-
ing, dancing and singing.
Barbara Bornstein, who
with her husband, Norman,
are advisers to the youth
group, provided musical ac-
companiment.
Each of the residents who
attended the party were
treated to a grab bag gift
and Hanuka gelt.
Youth group social ac-
tion committee members
who participated in the
party by making most of
the refreshments them-
selves were Sue Borns-
tein, co-chairman; and

A bubbie's tears and the
warm glow a person emits
when lending a helping
hand marked the Hanuka
party Tuesday given by the
Temple Israel Youth Group
(age 15-18) for the residents
of the Meadowlark and
Evergreen homes of the
Association for the Jewish
Retarded.
Held in the Southfield
home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold (Sylvia) Weingart,
who*ughter Lisa ar-
range party with the

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ing a party for the retarded
in their home, the Wein-
garts said they were
"enthusiastic." Mrs. Wein-
gart said she'd like to do it
again.

Following the party,
Lynn Medow, social work
liaison and program direc-
tor for the AJR, headed a
"debriefing" session during
which the high school stu-
dents discussed their feel-
ings about working with-the
retarded. Most said they felt
terrific, but admitted that it
was depressing too. How-
ever, they agreed they
would like to continue the
community service project.

Jewish Units Relieve Gentile
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Paula Schayne, Kim
Zisholz, Marsha Way
ne,
Michael Lask, Steve
Greckin and Jeff Ginter.
Mrs. Weingart contrib-
uted her time for the prep-
arations, and her mother,
Molly Halberg, prepared
more than 100 latkes for the
guests.
Although involved in the
festivity, Mrs. Halberg
withdrew into the kitchen
briefly in tears. She never
had contact with the re-
tarded before Tuesday's
party, and found their con-
dition "heartbreaking."
Asked how they felt when
their daughter approached
them with the idea of hav-

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Senior Adults Set
Party for Holiday

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will hold a
New Year's Eve party 8 p.m.
Sunday in the 10 Mile
branch of the Center.
Freddy Sheyer will
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There is a charge. For in-
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967-4030.

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CONG. BETH ACHIM
will hold auditions for its
all-city Jewish youth choir 7
p.m. Jan. 9 and 7 p.m. Jan.
15 in the synagogue. Youth
age 12-18 are invited. Can-
tor Earl Berris will conduct
the choir. For information,
call Cantor Berris, 352-
8670.
Lahav United Synagogue
Youth will hold a progress-
ive dinner 7 p.m. Jan. 6, be-
ginning at the home of Liz
Kripke, 1412 Fairway Dr.,
Birmingham. There is a
charge. For information,
call Ilene Mitz, 642-6195, or
Susan Friedman, 968-4558.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29

mas with their families.
The Temple Beth El
Men's Club continued its
traditional practice of work-
ing. at Providence Hospital
in Southfield. The Met-
ropolitan Detroit Council of
Bnai Brith'initiated a simi-
lar program this Christmas
at William Beaumont Hos-
pital in Royal Oak.
The Department of
Michigan - Jewish War
Veterans hosted a Christ-
mas party at the Veterans
Hospital in Battle Creek,
and provided a Hanuka at-
mosphere and presents for
Jewish patients as well.
In East Grand Rapids,
Bnai Brith volunteers con-
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by taking over some patrol
duties for the 21-man East
Grand Rapids police. Some
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