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October 15, 1982 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-15

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58 Friday, October 15, 1982



Oct. 11— To Mr. and Mrs.
Paul H. Levine (Sharon
Landau) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Elisheva Gael.
* * *
Oct. 11— To Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Richard Shapiro
(Judy Housman) of Oak
Park, a son, Brian Marc.

* * *

Oct. 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Michael H. Traison (Datia
Tamus) of West Bloomfield,
twin daughters, Shira
Tamus and Aliyana Esther.
* * *
Oct. 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford (Sandy) Jay Berris
(Amy Jo Bernstein) of Pon-
tiac, a son, Aaron Lee.





Serving Homes & Hospitals




* * *




In Home or Hospital



Oct. 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Shelby M. Koss (Lora
Hayes) of Southfield, a
daughter, Alaina Rose.
* * *
Oct. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Gary Waters (Karen Silver-
stein) of Dearborn Heights,
a daughter, Jacquelyn
* * *
Oct. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas Etkin (Linda Was-
serman) of Birmingham, a
daughter, Stephanie Elise.
* * *
Oct. 4 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Gary Schneider (former De-
troiter Marjorie Beth
Friedman) of North Hol-
lywood, Calif., twins
Michael Bret and Kimberly
* * *
Oct. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Kloc (Eleanor
Altman) of Pleasant Ridge,
a son, Brian Andrew.



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358-1426 or 357-5544

Oct. 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Solomon (Debbie
Fineman) of Lake Orion, a
son, Daniel Mark.
* * *
Oct. 1— To Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Sklar (Sherry Zuc-
kerman) of Southfield, a
son, Ryan Bradley.
* * *
Oct. 1— To Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart Epstein (Susan Wal-
lace) of Southfield, a son,
Jason Matthew.

Youth News

Sept. 30 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Ruby (Ad-
rienne Stone) of West
Bloomfield, a son, Eric L.

* *

Sept. 30. — To Dr. and
Mrs. Hendrie ,Weisinger
(Lorie Beth Fagin), former
Detroiters of Santa Monica,
Calif., a daughter, Briana.
* * *
Sept. 27 — To former De-
troiter Philip Bloch and
Mrs. Bloch (Fern Pelzner of
Chicago, Ill.) of Dayton,
Ohio, a daughter, Rifka Et-
* * * •
Sept. 24 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Garelik (Kathy
Fischer) of Farmington
Hills, a son, Evan Laurence.
* 5 *
Sept. 22 — To Dr. Michael
Dorfman and Shelli Lieb-
man-Dorfman of South-
field, a son, Richard Daniel.

* * *

Sept. 14 — To Mr. and
Mrs. William Levine (Cindy
Bittker), former Detroiters
of Arlington, Mass., a
daughter, Katie Michelle.

* * *

Sept. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Sheldon Mandelbaum
(Mindy Hirsch) of South-
field, a son, Moshe Aryeh.
* 5 *
Aug. 22 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Lanny Lesser (Christ-
ine Bogusz) of Southfield, a
daughter, Renee Lauren.

Barbara Si lverstone to Speak
at 'Accent on Aging' Program

Dr. Barbara Silverstone
will be the keynote speaker
at the Jewish Home for
Aged's "Accent on Aging"
day Oct. 24 at the main
Jewish Community Center
from noon until 5 p.m. She
will speak on "Accent on the
Family and the Aged."



Send A. Balloon Bouquet
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master charge

Dr. Silverstone is the
executive director of the
Benjamin Rose Institute in
Cleveland, Ohio. She re-
ceived her doctorate in so-
cial work from Columbia
University in 1973. In 1982,
Yeshiva University hon-
ored her with its Distin-
guished Human Service
Award "for her work in the
field of gerontology."
Dr. Silverstone co-
authored, with Helen Kan-
del Hyman, "You and Your
Aging Parent."
The community is invited
free of charge. For registra-
tion information, call the
Jewish Home for Aged,

Scout Honoree

Eagle Scout Daniel J.
Feigelson, 15, of Ann Arbor,
has received a $1,000 schol-
arship as a finalist in the
1982 National Youth Lead-
ership in America Award
competition, sponsored by
the Boy Scouts of America.

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Garinim will have a rol-
lerskating party Oct. 24 at
Bonaventure, meeting at
the synagogue at 2:15 p.m.
There is a charge.
Shoresh will hold an oneg
Shabat 8 p.m. today at the
synagogue. The group will
have a video game day Sun-
day, meeting at the syna-
gogue at 6 p.m. Drivers are
needed. There is a charge
for the video game day.
Migdal Tzion United
Synagogue Youth will have
a Saturday Night Bath
Party 8 p.m. Saturday in the
youth lounge.

The youth choir will
meet 7:30 p.m. Monday in
Cantor Earl Berris'
office. Openings are still
available. Boys and girls
age 10-18 are eligible.

Shabat services for youth
of all ages are held 10 a.m.
For information on Adat
Shalom youth activities,
call Cantor Berris, 851-

* * *


United Synagogue Youth
will go to the cider mill
Sunday, meeting at the
synagogue at 2 p.m. For de-
tails, call Carolyn Cutler,
540-8028; or Stuart Sher-
man, 352-2681.
Kadima will have its first
oneg of the year 8 p.m. today
in the home of Gail
Nachman, 20225 Winches-
ter, Southfield. "Ethical
Wills" will be discussed.
Bnai Mazal will have a
bowling party Sunday at
Oak Park Lanes, meeting at
the synagogue at 1:30 p.m.
There is a charge. For de-
tails, call Bonnie White-
man, 352-5640.
Shabat services are held
10 a.m. Saturdays for youth
of all ages.
* * *
BETH AHM youth de-
partment has arranged a
horseback riding trip for
Sunday, meeting at 12:30
p.m. at the synagogue.
Children should bring a
dairy lunch. There is a nom-
inal charge. For details, call
coordinator Phil Weber-
man, 542-6460, evenings.
An open youth lounge
will be held 6:15 p.m. Tues-
day. Hot dog dinner will be
served. The second half of
"The Life of Golda Meir"
will be shown. For details,
call Sharon Kesner, 851-
Junior Congregation will
meet at 9:45 a.m. Saturday.
Services will be held for
youth of all ages. Rachel
Tessler and Jocelyn
Seitzman will lead the serv-
ices for the 7-9-year-old
group. Everyone celebrat-
ing a birthday in June
through October and their
parents will be honored. For
information, call coor-
dinator Mike Sabes, 355-

* * *


Yachad-Yeladim group
(kindergarten through
grade five) will have a
games afternoon noon Oct.

31 in the synagogue yotith
Children will be met at
Avery School and walked
across the street to the syn-
agogue. Luncheon will be
provided. Participants are
requested to bring board
games to share.
Admission is nominal.
For reservations by Oct. 28,
call adviser Heidi Press,
352-6858, evenings be-
tween 6 and 10 p.m.
* * *
and Education Department
holds Shabat youth services
10 a.m. each Saturday for
youth ages 4-14. Reserva-
tions are still being taken
for the Shabat luncheon fol-
lowing services Oct. 23 for
elementary school-age
youth. For reservations, call
adviser Laura Lazarus,
evenings at 541-5213.
The Middle School Youth
Group will have a' hayride
at Roy's Ranch Sunday.
Youth in grades five-eight
are asked to meet at the
synagogue by 12:30 p.m.
The children may bring a
dairy lunch (drink and
snack are provided) or eat at
home. The group will also
have a movie party 12:30
p.m. Oct. 24 at the syna-
gogue. The film "Exodus"
will be shown. There are
nominal fees for both
events. For reservations
and information, call ad-
viser Burt Garber, evenings
at 681-1014.
The High School Youth
group will resume its Sun-
day morning service /
breakfast programs Sun-
day. Services begin at 9 a.m.
The breakfast is sponsored
by the Bnai David .Men's

Club. A video game social
will follow. For reservations
and information, call ad-
viser Stu Rogoff, days at

* 5*


Camp Tavor will host a
seminar Oct. 22-24 at the
camp in Three Rivers, leav-
ing from the main Jewish
Community Center at 3
p.m. Oct. 22.
The topic of the seminar is
"Youth Movements in Is-
rael." Youth in grades four
to six are invited. There is a
charge which includes
transportation and food.
Participants are re-
quested to bring warm clo-
thing and sleeping bags.
For information, call
Scott Ettinger, 356-6336;
Lisa Tann, 643-0145.

* * *


United Synagogue Youth
will have an ice cream social
and movie party 8 p.m.
Saturday in the synagogue.
There is a nominal charge.
SZUSY will attend the
Center Area kinnus Oct.
22-24 in Toledo, Ohio. There
is a charge, and advance
reservations are required.
USY will have its first
Shabat service 10 a.m. Oct.
30 in the small chapel.
Luncheon will follow. The
ltincheon will be the occa-
sion to meet Rabbi Lee Pas-
kind, assistant rabbi.
Reservations are required.
There is a nominal charge.
Grandparents will be
admitted free of charge if
accompanied by a USY
member. For information
on any Shaarey Zedek USY
events, call the synagogue,

BBYO Activities

Theodor Herzl AZA

will sponsor its an-
nual Sweetheart Dance 8
p.m. Saturday at Shaar
Hashomayim Synagogue,
115 Giles, Windsor. The
dance will be semi-formal
and participants may come
dated or stag. Refreshments
will be served.
Jack Benny AZA will
hold a parent-youth bowl-
ing tournament 10 a.m.
Sunday at Yorba Linda
Lanes. The program will in-
clude three games of bowl-
ing and a continental break-
fast. All AZA and BBG
members and their parents
are invited.
The Great Lakes AZA
Council will hold a general
board meeting 3:30 p.m.
Monday in the Dubin Meet-
ing Room of the Bnai Brith
Building. All AZA chapter
presidents are invited.

BBYO will hold its Fall
Conclave, "BBYO U.:
Learn To Grow With
BBYO," Oct. 22-24 at
Camp Maas in Ortonville.
Coordinators are Sheri
Benkoff of Shoshanna
BBG and Jon Lybeck of
Samson AZA. Prepara-
tion meetings will take
place on Thursday at the
BBYO office. Dorm lead-

ers will meet at 7 p.m.,
steering committee at 8
p.m. and convention staff
at 9 p.m.

The first meeting for
regional convention chapter
chairmen will take place 4
p.m. Oct. 27 at the Bnai
Brith Building. Steering
committees will be ex-
plained and contest work-
books distributed. Overall
coordinators for the conven-
tion are Bonnie Borkin of
Brice BBG and Brian Bin-
der of Rose AZA.

Akiba AZA will hold its
annual Halloween Dance
8:30 p.m. Oct. 30 at
Thompson Middle. School.
Participants are asked to
come in costume. There is a
charge. For information,
contact Bryan Kahan, chap-
ter president, 626-1077.

Gen. Maurice Rose
AZA will sponsor its annual

road rally 7:30 p.m. Nov. 6,
beginning at Thompson
Middle School. It will cul-
minate with a dance featur-
ing the band, Street Kid.
Participants must bring a
map, phone book and dic-
tionary to decipher the
clues. For information, con-
tact David Saltzman, chap-
ter president, 548-1653.

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