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June 11, 1982 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

58 Friday, June 11, 1982

It is of the utmost impor-
tance to season the passions
of the young with devotion,

Youth News

which seldom dies in the
mind that has received an
early tincture of it.

Wedding, Rehearsals and Ceremony Assistance

Sharon Padzensky

559-4757

BETTY and MARV
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!

For 30 years you have been wed
Since those two little words, "I DO," were
said.
We want you to know, so we're printing it
here,
That as parents do go, you're both very
dear!

All Our Love, Cindy and Debbie

craft day 1:30 p.m. JUne
ADAT SHALOM'S board room.
27 at the synagogue. Ad-
Shoresh group will go to
Cass Lake Sunday, meeting
BETH ACHIM'S youth mission is free.
Tickets are available for
at 2 p.m. at the synagogue. department trip to Cedar
Admission is free. Drivers Point will leave by bus at the men's club trip to a De-
are needed. Volunteer driv- 7:30 a.m. Sunday. Families troit Tiger game June 29.
ers should call adviser Heidi are invited, and space is For details, call Harold
Wilhelm, 476-1187; or Can- limited. There is a charge. Baker, 399-6553.
Junior congregation trip
tor Earl Berris at the For details, call Youth Di-
synagogue, 851-5100.
rector Mark Ankerman, to a Tiger game will be July
19. For details, call Barry
The annual youth group 352-8670 or 546-5797.
Lippitt, 353-4477.
installation and awards
Rabbi Milton Arm will
dinner will be held 6 p.m. conduct a special ceremony
Camp CRUSY forms are
June 18 at the synagogue. at Shabat services Saturday available in the youth
The evening will begin with for youth who will go to Is- office. The camp will be held
Kabalat Shabat services, rael in summer. They are:
Aug. 16-23.
and dinner will follow.
Stewart Sherman was
Mark Hubert, Stuart Sher-
There is a charge. For man, Beth Phillips and elected president of
reservations by Tuesday, Felissa Burns.
Lahav United Synagogue
call the youth office.
A busload of United Youth. Other officers are:
Nitzanim and Makor will Synagogue Youth members Mark Hubert, religious
hold Shabat services at 10 from the USY on Wheels vice president; Michael
a.m. Saturday in the nur- tour will come to Beth Weinraub, cultural vice
sery. Garinim will meet for Achim on June 30. Youth president; Michael
services 10 a.m. Saturday in who are interested in meet- Nachman, social action
the chapel. Shoresh and ing the group should contact vice president; Joel
Migdal Tzion United the youth office.
Ben-Moche, social vice
Synagogue Youth will hold
Kochavim will have a president; Julie Peritz,
services at 10 a.m. in the
* *

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She has been a member of
Fanny Brice BBG for four
years and served last year
as chapter president. This
year she served as BBG
coordinator of the Michigan

Nifty gift for
FATHER'S DAY
SUNDAY
JUNE 20

Sharon Rich, center, accepts the Arlene Vivian
Moss Israel Scholarship from sponsors Ida Moss and
Sol Moss.

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Phillip Goren came to this
BBYO Regional Conven- country from Russia in
1922.
tion.
In the interim he also
She will participate in the
lived
in Jaffa, Israel, for
BBYO Israel Summer Insti-
three years.
tute.
Upon his recent retire-
The Arlene Vivian Moss
Israel Program Scholarship ment from the plumbing
was established in 1970 by business he turned to
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Moss to sculpting. He studied at the
perpetuate the memory of Birmingham - Bloomfield
their daughter. The schol- Art Association.
In recent weeks he was
arship is presented an-
nually to a member of a selected for honors by
Michigan Region AZA or this association and its
BBG chapter who will directors have publicly
attend the BBYO Israel commended him as espe-
cially accomplished at
Summer Institute.
the age of 77.
Goren is also winning
acclaim as a poet, some of
his verses having appeared
in the Beth Achim bulletin.

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YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD will have a
youth minyan for boys and
girls age 6-11 at 10 a.m.
Saturday.
Boys in grades four-six
will meet at 7:45 p.m
Saturday to study Mi;
hnayos Avos. Kvutzat
Shabat (nursery to second
grade) will meet at 6:45 p.m.
Saturday.
Young Israel Teens will
have an oneg Shabat 3 p.m.
Saturday in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Kowalsky,
28105 Shenandoah, South-
field.

Seeking Data
on Relative

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Sharon Rich, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rich,
is the 1982 recipient of the
annual Arlene Vivian Moss
Israel Program Schol-
arship. A graduate of
Southfield - Lathrup High
School, Miss Rich will
attend Michigan State Uni-
versity in the fall.

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BBYO Announces Winner
of Moss Israel Scholarship

treasurer; and Amy Can-
tor, secretary.
Mike Weinraub will
attend the summer boards
convention June 21-23 in
Grand Rapids.
Youth Shabat services
are held 10 a.m. Saturdays.

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Biology
"Molecular
Comes of Age," will be dis-
cussed by Dr. Myron A.
Leon of Wayne State Uni-
versity School of Medicine
at the public meeting of the
-American Technion
Society, Detroit Chapter, to
be held 7:45 p.m. Wednes-
day at the main United He-
brew Schools building.
Chairing this meeting
will be Dr. Joseph N. Epel,
president of the Detroit
Chapter, American Techn-
ion Society.
Dr. Leon is professor of
immunology and microbiol-
ogy and the director of the
central hybridoma labora-
tory at the WSU medical
school. Prior to his ap-

pointment at WSU, Dr.
Leon was associate head,
pathology research, St.
Luke's Hospital, Cleveland,
Ohio, and adjunct professor
of pathology, Case-Western
Reserve University.
Also on the program
will be a short film
"Museum on the Hill."
The lecture is free and
open to the public. For in-
formation, call the Techi-
non office, 559-5190.

Named to Court

Attorney David W. Rus-
kin has been selected as
Standing Chapter 13 Trus-
tee for the U.S. Bankruptcy

Court in ,Detroit.. t

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Raymond Mag of
Newington, Conn., is seek-
ing photographs of the
town, dress, schools, syna-
gogues, cemeteries, and
other information relating
to the town of Oshmyany
(Oszmiana), Lithuania.
He also is seeking the
whereabouts of persons who
may have known his grand-
father, Elias Aaron
Mogilevker (Mag) who
came to the U.S. in 1889,
from Oshmyany.
Mag can be contacted at
247 Reservoir Rd.,
Newington, Corn. 06111.

Allan Repertoire
Adds Concerto

Esther Allan's growing
repertoire has a new addi-
tion.
The many compositioi\
for piano by Esther (Mrs.
Norman) Allan now have an
additional title, "The Nor-
man Concerto."
Mrs. Allan introduced it
as a piano selection at the
dinner at Adat Shalom,
June 1, in honor of her hus-
band's 70th birthday.

I think. Therefore I am.
—Descartes

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