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April 10, 1981 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Floats Are Planned for Independence Parade

Preparations are continu-
ing for the local celebration
of Israel Independence Day
on May 10, which will begin
with a parade and continue
with festivities at the
Southfield Civic Center.
According to Al Yost,
chairman . of the parade
committee, - Stuart
Sandweiss of United
Synagogue Youth, Floyd
Glenn of Habonim, and
Michelle White and Andy
Berlinberg of Bnai Brith
Youth have worked from
the beginning to assure an
exciting and impressive
parade.
The theme of the parade
is "Israel — Past, Present
and Future" and according
to Sybil Mintz, Cong. Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses' float
will be titled, "Learning
Through The Ages." The
float will have paper mache
characters representing
Jewish educators from
different periods in history.
Another group which
will be participating in
the parade will be the
students at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. According to
Bea Kretchman, _princi-
pal of United Hebrew
Schools branch at Adat
Shalom, the UHS classes

have adopted different
Israeli cities and their
participation in the
parade will be based on
the costumes indigenous
to these cities.

Parade prizes will be
awarded on the basis of orig-
inality, compliance with the
theme and over-all excel-
lence. More than 20 organ-
izations representing adults
as well as children have al-
ready indicated that they
will participate in the
parade: Any individual or
group interested in par-
ticipating can call Al Yost,
851-5100.
After the parade, accord-
ing to Mira Eisenberg, pro-
gram chairman, there will
be greetings from political
dignitaries followed by an
original musical produc-
tion, "Israel Alive and Sing-
ing." Co-produced by E.
Toby Lantz and Batia
Kleinbort, the show will in-
clude solos, choruses and
dancing groups and will fea-
ture both amateur and pro-
fessional artists.
Adding to the festivities
will be booths and exhibits

* * *

MISS TENNEN

Judge and Mrs. Harvey F.
Tennen of Franklin an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Marcie El-
len, to Seth David Petok,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Petok of Pittsburgh, Pa.
was
• Miss Tennen
graduated from Connec-
ticut College and the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Her
fiance was graduated from
U-M and attends the Car-
dozo School of Law, New
York City.
A spring wedding is
planned. -

Campers List
aw Schedule

Chai Campers have an-
nounced their schedule for
the spring and summer sea-
son:
Mdy 1, Haas Lake; May
22, Walnut Hills; June 26,
Washeekee; July 3, Tim-
berwolf; July 24, Holiday
Harbor (Canada); Aug. 28,
Groveland Oaks; and Sept.
25, Metamora.
For information, call
President Geoffrey Steb-
bins, 557-3943.

Who thinketh to buy vil-
lainy with gold, shall find
such faith so bought, so sold.
—Marston

RELIGIOUS SCOPE:
10:20 a.m. Sunday, Channel
9, Rabbi Jonathan V. Plaut
will moderate a program of
Jewish interest.

* * *

JEWISH COMMU-
NITY COUNCIL: 11:30
a.m. Sunday, Channel 2, as
part of "Sunday in Detroit,"
pre-empted this week.

* * *

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Shown preparing the "King of Ur" for the Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses float in the Israel Indepen-
dence Day parade are, in front, Becky and Brian
Gastman, and standing from left, adviser Sybil Mintz,
Adam and Amy Treitman, Carl Raboi and David Co-
hen.
featuring Israel products importance of enlarging
the number of people
and information.
willing to become
According to Shelley patrons or sponsors of
Komer Jackier, general the celebration.
chairman of the celebra-
For information, call the
tion, the list of enthusias- Jewish Community Center
tic supporters is growing Cultural Arts Department,
rapidly. Mrs. Jackier 661-1000 ext. 250.
emphasized however, the

(1090), a program of inter-
est to the Jewish commu-
nity, moderated by Hy
Shenkman.

* * *

YIDDISH IS HEIMISH:
6:30 p.m. Monday, WCAR
(1090), an all-Yiddish pro-
gram of music, news, inter-
views and other features
with Hy Shenkman.

* * *

Arthritis Topic
of Program

Woodland Medical Cen-
ter will have a community
health information pro-
gram on arthritis 7 p.m.
Wednesday at the medical
center.
Dr. Raymond Weitzman,
internal medicine and
rheumatology specialist,
will speak. Admission is
free, but pre-registration is
required.
To register, call the medi-
cal center, 348-8000 or
855-3222.

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* * *

IF NOT NOW: 12:40
p.m. Thursday, WDET-FM
(101.9), author Susan
Fingeroot Adler discusses
her new book, "Judy Asks
the Question," a Passover
story for children.

Peiss Seeking Re-Election
to Oak Park School Board

Nathan Peiss has an-
nounced his candidacy for
re-election to the Oak Park
Board of Education. The
election is June 9.

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* * *
RELIGION IN THE
NEWS: 9:05 a.m. Sunday,
CKWW (580), Rabbi
Jonathan V. Plaut is the
moderator.

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