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May 08, 1981 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-08

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42 Friday, May 8, 1981

Mack Pitt

and his

Orchestra

plus

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Music just for you

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Clubs

HOW SWEET IT IS! inc.

HOW SWEET IT IS!

Libyan Helpers

HAMBURG (ZINS) —
The West German News-
paper Der Spiegel reports
that the Chadian army has
been monitoring Libyan
army radio messages dur-
ing their war and finds that
conversations can be heard
in Russian, German and
Spanish.
The radio messages and
eyewitness accounts prove
that the Libyans are being
aided by Russians, East
Germans and Cubans.

HOW SWEET IT IS!

Box 632
Birmingham, MI 48012

Distinctive Sculptured Chocolates

Specializing in: Weddings, Bar Mitzvas
Adult Chocolates, Children's Partys,
Holidays and many more

Come see them at:

The Jewish Community
Center pool is offering a
summer swim team pro-
gram for all swimmers age 6
through 18. Competition
will be against other local
swim teams. The swim team
sessions include: June 22-
July 9, July 13-July 31 and
Aug. 3-Aug. 20.
To register, call the Cen-
BIRMINGHAM,
ter physical education
FARMINGTON,
FRANKLIN, HEIGHTS office, 661-1000.
The Center is making
AND - HUNTINGTON
GROUPS, available a new summer
WOODS
Hadassah, will hold a joint swim club membership,
meeting noon Thursday in which will include the use of
the Sutton Place Apts. club several new outdoor
house. The program "An Af- facilities: basketball court,
ternoon on Broadway" will shuffleboard courts, vol-
feature Susan Borofsky and leyball court, tetherball,
Robert Grossman in musi- play area, table game area,
cal and dramatic pre- snack bar and lounges. This
sentations. Sen. Doug Ross limited membership is
will speak on topical issues. available from May 30 to
Luncheon will be served. Sept. 6.
The Summer Swim
There is a charge. For
reservations, call the Club Membership also
Hadassah office, 357-2920. includes use of many
regular Center facilities:
racquetball, squash and
platform tennis courts
(no fees), gymnasiums,
indoor and outdoor

ects.
For reservations, call
Mrs. Norma Segal, 626-
6344; or Mrs. Alspector,
.626-4199. For information
about the note and greeting
cards, call Mrs. Sandor
Breiner, 626-8415.

sing and play selections
from the new season's pro-
gram.
The meeting also will be
the occasion to kick off the
sale of note and greeting
cards by artist Aviva Robin-
son. Proceeds from the sale
will support Hadassah proj-

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views of the coming season
of the Michigan Opera The-
ater will be presented by Dr.
David DiChiera, director of
the opera theater, who will

TALLY HALL

May 8th-10th

Orchard Lake and 14 Mile, Farmington

Call : 546-0023

Swimming Focus of Center
Summer Program Activities

Sleep is tired nature's
sweet restorer.

track, weight room,
locker rooms, free slim-
nastics classes, special
monthly programs, re-
duced rates for summer
class offerings, plus
babysitting (fee charged).
Both the indoor and out-
door pool will be open to
Summer Swim Club mem-
bers during regular hours;
the outdoor pool is
scheduled to open June 14.
For information, call the
Center, 661-1000.
The Center will present
the 1981 Young People's
Dance Program May 20 and
21. A mixed bag of modern,
jazz and ballet styles will be
performed, featuring stu-
dents in grades one-three on
May 20 and grades four-
nine on- May 21. Direction is
by Harriet Berg and Karen
Freedland of the Center
staff.
Both performances are at
7:30 p.m. at, the Center's
main facility. There is a
charge. For information,
call the Center, 661-1000,
ext. 164.

Young Harpist to Entertain
at BAHM Sisterhood Event

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KIRSTEN AGRESTA

piano,
plays
also
marimba, violin and
guitar .
The public is invited at a
charge. For reservations,
call the synagogue office,
851-6880.

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Beth Shalom Donor Nears

Cong. Beth Shalom Sis-
terhood will have its 25th
annual honor roll-donor
luncheon noon May 21 in
the synagogue.
Members of the Michigan
Opera Theater will provide

Ex-Detroiters
Bnai Mitzva

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Ten-year-old harpist
Kirsten Agresta will
entertain at the annual
Mother and Children's
Dinner, sponsored by the
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses Sisterhood 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the
synagogue.
Kirsten attends Cran-
brook Brookside School and
is a member of the Bir-
mingham Musical Merry .
Makers and the American
Harp Society National
Chapter. She has appeared
on TV and received four
superior ratings from the
Michigan Federation of
Music Clubs for piano solo,
piano concerto, harp solo_
and composition for harp.
Kirsten will be joined
by her mother, Valerie,
who holds a master's de-
gree in music. Kirsten

The Jewish News re-
cently reported that a De-
lray Beach, Fla. couple, in
their 60s, were Bnai Mitzva
in a joint ceremony at the
Reform Hebrew Congrega-
tion of Delray.
The rabbi said at the time
that he _thought it was the
first such ceremony.
Former Detroiters -Alvin
and Pearl Rosenbloom were
Bnai Mitzva together in
1978 at Cong. Ohabai
Sholom in Nashville, Tenn.
The Rosenblooms, former
members of Detroit's Tem-
ple Beth El, moved to
Nashville in 1973.

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entertainment. Proceeds
from the luncheon will be
used to refurbish the
synagogue's social hall.
There is a charge, and the
public is invited. For reser-
vations, call co-chairmen
Freda Mendelson, 352-
8037; or Myra Goodman,
546-8089.

Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Mechanic of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Susan
Cheryl Mechanic, to
Rabbi Peter Eric Hyman
of Sarasota, Fla., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Warren Hyman of
West Hartford, Conn. Miss
Mechanic was graduated
from Michigan State Uni-
versity. Her fiance was
graduated from the Hebrew
Union College in Cincin-
nati, Ohio. A June wedding
, is planned.

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