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October 10, 1980 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-10

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54 Friday, October 10, 1980


Youth News

zanim (age 3-5) will meet for
stories and prayers 10:30
a.m. Saturday in room 104.
Susan Victor will be the
leader of the group for the
coming year.
Makor (age 6-9) will
begin its Shabat program
10:30 a.m. Saturday in room
105. The group will be led by
Michael Neuvirth.

Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades) will gather for
Shabat services 10 a.m.
Saturday in the chapel. The
group will go rollerskating
1:30 p.m. Sunday. There is a
charge for the social and
permission slips are re-
quired. For information,
call Floyd Glen, adviser,
Shoresh (seventh and

* * *


Oct. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Hershel Cohen (Marsha Oz-
rovitz) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Lesli Arm.

* * *

Sept. 28 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Barry Somlyo (Cindy
Hogg) of Oak Park, a




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eighth grades) and Mig-
dal Tzion (ninth-12th
grades) will conduct
Shabat services 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board
room. This year's advis-
ers are Marc Ankerman,
Shoresh, and Debby Vie-
der, Migdal Tzion.
For information about
youth activities, contact
Cheryl Kovsky, youth di-
rector, 851-5100.

daughter, Rachel Elizabeth.

* * *

Sept. 28 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth B. Eserow
(Renee Barsh), former De-
troiters of Toronto, Ont., a
son, Evan Bradley.
* * *
Sept. 25 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Rosenthal
(Mary Ann Broome) of Oak
Park, a daughter, Kristin

* * *

Sept. 24 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jeffrey Last (8haron
Blank) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Rachel Tova.

* * *

Sept. 20 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Tali Skoczylas (former
Detroiter Dvora Weksberg)
of Flushing, N.Y., a son,
Moshe Menachem.

* * *

Sept. 7 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Gerald Kirshenbaum (Joan
Adelson) former Detroiters
of Denver, Colo., a son, Ste-
ven Ari.

* * *

Aug. 27 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Richard Loebl (Judy
Silberg) of Huntington
Woods, a daughter, Naomi

* * *

Aug. 19 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Marc Citron (Christine
Schnetzer) of Southfield, a
son, Evan $enjamin.

* * *

Aug. 4 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Jack Marx (Melanie
Bruell), former Detroiters of
Dallas, Tex., a son, Dustin

congregation holds services
10 a.m. Saturday. Youth
age 10-12 meet in the small
chapel, under the leader-
ship of Joe Kesner. Esther
Mermelstein leads the 7-9
group in the music room and
Story Hour, age 5-6, meets
in the youth lounge, under
the direction of Barbara
Persons who attend a
minimum of five services
are entitled to membership
and discounts on admis-
sions for events. Those who
attend services regularly
are entitled to free admis-
sions to events.
For information, call
Mike Sabes, junior congre-
gation coordinator, 356-
Dor Chadash will meet
2:30 p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue for a Detroit
Lions game.
Dor Chadash will go
bowling at the West Bloom-
field Lanes Oct. 26, meeting
at noon at the synagogue.
For information, call Sima
Abramovitz, adviser, 356-
6282; or the synagogue,
Yachad (age 15-17) will
go bowling at West Bloom-
field Lanes Oct. 19, meeting
1 p.m. at the synagogue.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Heidi Press,
adviser, 355-5447, eve-

* * *

United Synagogue Youth
will host the next Greater
Detroit USY meeting 7 p.m.
Thursday in the board room
at the synagogue.
Lahav will go to the
Red Wing hockey game Oct.
28, meeting at the
synagogue at 6:15 p.-m. and
driving in a caravan to Joe
Louis Arena to watch the
Red Wings play the Chicago
Black Hawks. Members
should contact David Mintz
557-2843, or Harvey Kaner
335-5357, for ticket infor-
mation and to volunteer to
drive. Tickets must be or-
dered before Oct. 22. There
is a charge.
The following members
participated in Lahav's
fund-raising bike-a-thon
Oct. 6: Joel Ben-Moche, Gail
Greenspon, Gary Herman,
Mark Hubert, Lillian Katz,
David Mintz, Howard Mitz,
Stuart Sherman, Robbie
Udman and Mike Weinrab.
Check points along the
bike-route were verified by
Mr. and Mrs. Al Ben-Moche,
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Greenspon, and Mr. and
Mrs. Stewart Silverman.
The group's adviser, How-

ard Mitz, raised the most
pledges for Tikun-Olam
programs. Eight of the 10
cyclists completed the
Lahav holds weekly
Sabbath services 10 a.m.
Saturdays in the youth
lounge at the synagogue.
Members of Kadimah are
invited to join this mi-
Kadimah (grades seven-
eight), has designed a spe-
cial "mazal-tov" card which
will be presented to Bnai
Mitzva at the synagogue
during the coming year. The
design was executed by Ms.
Barbara Kaufman.
Kadimah will meet 1 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue to
hold elections, and to see the
movie "Cinderfella". Call
group adviser, Shelly
Kieran, 399-3287, for in-
formation on the stamp pro-
Bnai Mazal will meet 1
p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue to hold elections
and to see the movie, "Cin-
derfella." There is a charge.
Refreshments will be
Members of Kochavim
(grades three and four)
will be making planters
for Hanuka gift-giving
under the guidance of
group adviser Judy Gol-
dis 1 p.m. Sunday at the
sytagogue. The group
will then join the movie
party in the youth lounge
at 2. There is a charge.
Members who wish
R.S.V.P. credit should
call, Ms. Goldis, 626-1181.
Nitzanim will have a spe-
cial meeting 1 p.m. Sunday
at the synagogue to re-
hearse for a program, which
they will present at the
synagogue. Group adviser,
Beth Norman, has arranged
for a props and costume-
making session, to be fol-
lowed by the movie "Cinder-
fella." The Nitzanim group
meets every Sabbath at 10
a.m. for enrichment activi-
ties in the nursery.
Junior congregation will
hold services 10 a.m. Satur-
day in the Klein Chapel,
under the direction of Barry
Lippitt. All members of
Bnai Mazal must attend
this service to receive the
attendance stamp, which
will not be distributed until
the refreshment period
which follows the prayer
service. The junior congre-
gation will join the senior
congregation in the main
sanctuary for the conclud-
ing prayers of the Sabbath
service. Torah honors which
were assigned last week
will be given Saturday to
Yale Goldis, Scott Hutton,
Noah Siegal, James
Sugarman, Larry Tepman,
Barrett Zeff, Joseph Zeff.
The story session will be ar-
ranged by Youth Director
Jackye Drapkin.
Lahav will participate in
the Central Region USY
kinnus Oct. 30-Nov. 2. Any
members who wish to regis-
ter for this event must pay a
registration fee due this
week. A special kinnus
T-shirt is being ordered and

must be paid in advance. To
register, call President Lil-
lian Katz, 968-0290.

* * *

(grades three-four) will go
on a hayride Sunday, meet-
ing 1:30 p.m. at the
synagogue. For details, call.
Burt Kideckel, 968-1765.
Massada (grade seven-
eight) will have a hayride
and bonfire Oct. 19. A mem-
bership drive is on and the
member who brings in the
most new members will win
a prize. For information,
call Jeff Danto, adviser,
Junior congregation
holds services 10 a.m.
Saturdays. Reservations
are being taken for the Nov.
2 Detroit Lions game. For
details, call the youth line,
Talit and Tefilin will
meet 9:30 a.m. Sunday in
the synagogue for serv-
ices; breakfast and bowl-
ing to follow. Talit and
Tefilin will join the men's
club at a Detroit Lions
game Sunday, meeting 2
p.m. at Cong. Bnai David.

For details, call Alan
Hurvitz, 557-0822.
For information on Bnai
David youth events, call the
youth hotline, 557-8325.

Jewish Institute for Youth
(JIFY) will hear Alan
Gould speak on "Jewish
Humor" 9:30 a.m. Sunday
in the synagogue.
At 9:30 a.m. Oct. 26
JIFY will present funera
director David Techner of
the Ira Kaufman Chapel,
who will speak on "Coping
With Bereavement."
For information, call the
youth office, 357-5544.
A talit-making work-
shop will be held 10 a.m.
Oct. 19 in the youth
lounge. Brunch will be
served. For information,
call Danny Cohen, 334-
6094. There is a charge..
Weekly Shabat services
are held 10 a.m. Saturdays
in the small chapel for
junior congregation. Sun-
day minyanim are held 9:30
a.m. in the small chapel.
Brunch is served following

Winkelman Professorship
Cites Leading Retail Family

The Isadore and Leon
Winkelman Professorship
of Retail Marketing is being
established at the Univer-
sity of Michigan, honoring
the founders of Winkelman
Stores, Inc.
Announcement of the pro-
fessorship was made during
the annual meeting of the
Presidents Club at the uni-
versity last weekend. The
professorship was made
possible by contributions
from the Winkelman
Brothers Apparel Founda-
tion, Inc., the Leon and Isa-
dore Winkelman families,
along with the officers, di-
rectors and friends of Win-
kelman Stores, Inc.
Claude R. Martin's name
will be submitted to U-M
Regents at their October
meeting as the first holder
of the Winkelman Profes-
sorship. A specialist in
marketing and retailing,
Martin has been a faculty
member of the U-M
Graduate School of Busi-
ness Administration since
Stanley Winkelman,
who was responsible for
spearheading the effort
to establish the chair, is
chairman of the board


and chief executive offi-
cer of Winkelman's.
The endowment will pro-
vide an annual stipend
above the chair holder's
base salary and an annual
research expense- fund
which will be used to help
support research activities
held by the Winkelman Pro-
An advisory committee
on retail marketing will be
established in the business
administration school to
work with the Winkelman
Professor in developing con-
tacts for research, discuss-
ing current trends in retail-
ing, and suggesting activi-
ties which promote student
interest in careers in retail-

Interfaith Unit
Meeting Slated


Greater Detroit Round
Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and
Jews, will feature Moslem,
Jewish and black American
musicians at its general
meeting noon Wednesday at
the International Institute.
For reservations, call the
NCCJ, 869-6306. There is a

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