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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 25, 1979

50

Youth News

ADAT
SHALOM
Garinim (fifth and 'sixth
grades) will hold Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the chapel.
Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) and Migdal
Tzion (ninth-12th grades)
• will conduct Shabat serv-
ices 10 a.m. Saturday in the
board room.

services will be held at
sunrise followed by
breakfast.
For information about the
tikun or other youth activi-
ties, call the youth depart-
ment, 851-5100.
* **
BETH ACHIM'S Lahav
United Synagogue Youth
group announces the dead-
line for registration forms
for the June 18-20 USY
summer boards at Beth
Achim are due June 1. Per-
sons who are able to house
an out-of-town USY'er
* * *

Members of both
groups also will partici-
pate in the tikun lail
Shavuot sponsored by
Adat Shalom Synagogue
10 p.m. to dawn Thurs-
day. The all-night study
session will feature
speakers from the Detroit
area and cover a wide
range of topics. Shaharit

Births

May 19 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Don Kruse (former De-
troiter Eileen Hitsky) of Mt.
Vernon, Wash., a son, Jesse.
* *
May 18 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Nagelberg
(Sandra Richter), former
Detroiters of Highland
Park, Ill., a son, Robert
Michael.

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You're
Invited

May 15 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Lipson
(Nancy Lipshaw) of Oak
Park, a son, Aaron Ryan.
* **
May 15 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Richard A. Barkin
(Marilynn Lucht), 27646
Pierce, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Lauri Michelle.
* * *
May 15 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Cohn (Deborah
Smulyan) of Detroit, a son,
Matthew Charles Smulyan.
* * *
May 14 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Krupkin (Mari-
lyn Bloom) of Oak Park, a
son, Bradley Sean.
* **
May 13 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Silverman
(Gail Freedman), 2417 Em-
pire Dr., West Bloomfield, a
son, Steven Jay.
* * *
May 12 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Porter (former
Detroiter Janice Berkowitz)
of Reston, Va., a son, Noah
Chaim.
* * *
May 10— To Dr. and Mrs.
Henry Hirsch (Caryn Ful-
ler) of Southfield, a son,
Ryan Aron.
* **
May 7 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Feldman (Randa
Weinstein) of Southfield, a
daughter, Carolyn Jean.
* * *
April 18 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Beznos (Bar-
bara Lansky), 3847 Wabeek
Lake Dr., West Bloomfield,
a son, Samuel Mandell.

20%

Students Win
Art Contest

The United Hebrew
Schools have announced the
winners of the UHS city-
wide art contest for pupils in
all of the local Jewish
schools. UHS art director,
Daniella Peleg, coordinated
the contest.
Winners are: Scott Et-
tinger, first prize, Hillel
Day School; Jeremy Shere,
second prize, Hillel Day
School; Naomi Berkove,
third prize, Beth Achim
UHS; and Shira Solomon,
Beth Achim UHS, fourth
prize.
A special award went
the following Hillel Day
School students: Orit
Gur, Adva Kessler, Chad
Zamler, Steven Kleiff,
Jimmy Kollin, Eric
Siegal, Nita Beurer,
Melissa Stern, Stacie
Isenberg, Laurie Nemeth,
Grad Freedman, Jeffrey
Sudakin and Ann Wolok.
Other winners are: Jeffry
Marcus, Beth Achim UHS;
Gregg Wiser, Bnai David
UHS; Jennifer Levin, Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses,
Religious School; and Paula
Hirshhorn and Dena Berns-
tein, Jewish Parents Insti-
tute.
* * *

Disco for Teens
at Main Center

The Jewish Community
Center and Hashachar will
sponsor a "galactical sounds
teen disco" 7:30 p.m. Satur-
day in the main Jewish
Center complex.
Teens age 13-18 are in-
vited. There will be a dance
contest and prizes. There is
a charge.

Off

•invitations
- centerpieces
• sta.tionery

Phyllis Billes
559 - 4343'

Fri. & Sat., May 25th & 26th

30% OFF

All Maternity Jeans & T Shirts

(other sale items 20-30% OFF)

and

INFANT and MATERNITY

24901 Northwestern Hwy.
at Evergreen
Suite 100 - Heritage Plaza
Southfield, Mich. 48075

OPEN MON—SAT
10 A.M. 5 P.M.

356-7050

should indicate same on the
form.
Bobby Goldsmith was
elected president of Lahav
USY for 1979-1980. Other
officers are: David Mintz,
Liz Kripke and Lillian
Katz, vice • presidents; De-
bbie Fink, treasurer; Jill
Rich and Susan Friedman,
secretaries.
Nitzanim, youth age 3-7,
meet 10 a.m. Saturdays in
the board room for stories
and games. Junior congre-
gation meets 10 a.m. Satur-
days in the Hebrew school
wing for services, while
young adults, age 13-18,
meet in the chapel.
* * *
BNAI DAVID youth has
opened registration for its
end-of-year trips to Cedar
Point and Bob-Lo for young
people in grades three to 12.
Children in third and fourth
grades (Ruach) will spend a
day at Bob-Lo June 22. Fifth
and sixth graders (Ha-or)
will go to Cedar Point June
22.
All-day excursions to
Cedar Point will also take
place for youth in grades
seven and eight (Masada)
on June 19, and for teens in
grades nine to 12 (Atid)
June 21. Persons who have
participated in group events
during the year and in
fund-raising activities will
receive special discounts.
For information, contact a
youth leader at the
synagogue, 557-8325.
Atid senior group invites
ninth to 12th grade teens to
go horseback riding June 3,
meeting 1 p.m. at the
synagogue. Eighth graders
who will be eligible to join
the group next year also are
invited. For reservations by
Thursday, contact adviser
Hartley Harris, 967-0735,
or Steve Dines, 557-1977.
Masada group mem-
bers who are participat-
ing in the group candy
sale are asked to turn in
all monies from the sale
by Wednesday to the
synagogue office or li-
brary, or to adviser
Danny Kaplan, 398-7422.
Participants will receive
extra Cedar Point trip
discounts.
For information on youth
program activities, contact
youth directors Kaplan or
Harris on the synagogue
youth-line, 557-8325 or
557-8211.
** *
DAY
HILLEL
SCHOOL violin students
will perform in the annual
Suzuki Talent Education
Violin Recitals Monday and
Tuesday in the school au-
ditorium.
At 1 p.m. Monday, the
kindergarten students will
hold their recital. They in-
••* * *

Model Airplane
Program Set

A program on model
airplane building and flying
will be held 2 p.m. June 9 at
the Farmington Hills, Li-
brary, 32737 W. 12 Mile,
Farmington Hills. The pub-
lic is invited free of charge.

elude: Lisa Loewenthal,
Heather Kahn, Roselene
Rosenberg, Rachel Rosen
and Jonathan Rosenbaum.
Justin Gold will be the
guest soloist.
At 4 p.m. Tuesday, the
first through sixth
graders will perform.
They are: Jason Blum,
Jeremy Pepper, Jason
Biederman, Gabi
Fleischer, Ari Charlip,
Mark Leuchter, Anthony
Schrom, Rona Schaver,

*

Reva Nelson, Jeremy
Shere, Jeffrey Faudem,
Jeffrey Sudakin, Gary
Weisserman, Kenny Wit-
tenberg, Stacey Valen-
tine, Jeffrey Wittenberg,
and guest artists Jeffrey
Lupovitch and Jennifer
Dell.
The program will consist
of Bach minuets and double
concerti, selections fror-
"Fiddler on the Roof," qut
tets, trios and duets. Thei.
teacher is Sadie Braver.

*

Temple Israel Youth Win
JCCouncil Klein Award

The Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit awarded its 12th an-
nual Walter E. Klein Youth
Award to Temple Israel's
youth group. Honorable
mention awards were pre-
sented to Cong. Beth
Shalom's United
Synagogue Youth Chapter
and to Jack Benny AZA of
the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization.

The Walter E. Klein
Youth Award is given for
excellence in social action,
education and Jewish iden-
tification. The award hon-
ors the Council's retired
executive director.
The winning project was
the involvement of the
Temple Israel youth group
with the Association for the
Jewish Retarded.

Last year, 10 members
of the youth group held a
Hanuka party for the 12
residents of the AJR's
residential homes. After
a buffet dinner, menorot
were lighted by each of
the residents and
Hanuka songs were sung
by the entire group. Each
resident received a
Hanuka gift from a "grab
bag." This was followed



by disco dancing and
sing-along.
The youth group spon-
sored a six-hour dance-a-
thon, which raised $1,000
for the AJR. The highlight
of this event was the par-
ticipation, during the final
two hours of the dance, by
the residents of the associa-
tion's homes.
At Beth Shalom USY's
annual Camp Tamarack
Retreat, each member of
USY and Kadima USY
made a stuffed pillow which
was donated to a children's
ward at a local hospital.
Jack Benny AZA sponsored
a 24-hour dance marathon
for the benefit of muscular
dystrophy. More than
$1,200 was raised.
Rhea Appelman, trea-
surer of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, presented
the awards. Selection of the
winning nominations were
conducted by the Council's
Youth Awards Committee,
a subcommittee of the
Council's Internal
Relations-Culture Commit-
tee. Jack J. Bodzin served as
chairman of the subcommit-
tee, with members Ms. Ap-
pelman, Dorothy Kripke,
Jeanne Korsh and Esther
Rosenblum.

be-

BAHM Honors Jack Schon

at June Israel Bond Dinner

Cong. Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses will honor
Jack Schon, outgoing con-
gregation president, "for his
many years of service to his
synagogue and to Israel," at
an Israel Bond tribute
dinner 6:30 p.m. June 7.
The honoree is a past- na-
tional chancellor of Tau Ep-
silon Rho legal fraternity, a
past president of South
Oakland Bar Association
(1969-1970), past president
of Tam-O-Shanter Country
Club (1974-1975), and a
32nd degree Mason, with
membership in Mosaic
Lodge and the Detroit Con-
sistory.
He- is, also a member of.
MauriCe Zeiger Lodge of
Bnai Brith, first vice
president of the Synagogue
Council of Greater Detroit
and an active participant in
the Israel Bond campaign.
Schon will be pre-
sented with Israel's Lion
of Judah Peace Award.
Dinner co-chairmen are
Mrs. Arthur Smith,

JACK SCHON

Menasche Haar and Dr.
Harris Mainster. -
A leadership reception'
will be, held at the - home of
Mr: and Mrs. Irving Nus-
baum 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Special guest at the recep-
tion will be Dr. Arieh Plot-
kin, authority on interna-
tional law for the Israel
Foreign Ministry.
For, information and
dinner reservations, call Is-
rael Bonds, 557-2900.

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