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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth Shabat at Bnai David Cong. Bnai David to Honor
Cong. Bnai David will ob- David Icikson, Jeff Kauf- Asa Shapiro for Israel Bonds
serve Youth Shabat at serv- man, Eric Lusky, Mark

Cong. Bnai David will
honor Asa Shapiro at its
annual Israel Bond tribute
dinner, to be held 6:30 p.m.
June 16 in the synagogue.
Shapiro will be the recipient
of Israel's "Jerusalem City
of Peace Award."
A member of the Israel
Bonds
Prime Minister's
Soldier Killed
Club, he has been active in
TEL AVIV (JTA) — An many other humanitarian
Israeli soldier was killed causes. He is a board
May 11 when light arms fire member of the Holocaust
was directed at an Israeli Memorial Center and was
army position in Lebanon one of the founders of Bnai
from Syrian positions on the Brith's Albert Einstein
eastern sector, the army Lodge. He is a member of
said.
the Anti-Defamation
The army spokesman also League and has been active
IT'S TIME FOR
said there were no casual- in the Allied Jewish Cam-
FLOWERS
ties when rockets and light paign. Shapiro has been an
arms fire was directed at an active contributor to the
IDF vehicle at Souk El- Technion in Israel, Maryg-
Arab near Aleh southeast of rove College in Detroit, the
Beirut May 12.
Church of the Imaculate
Conception in Hamtramck
PETUNIAS ..
Confirmations
and the Chabad Center in
BEGONIAS .. .
Ann
Arbor.
at Beth Jacob
Israel Amitai, a leading
IMPATIENS . .
Temple Beth Jacob will Israel television producer,
Any flowers you want .
have a Confirmation Serv- will speak at a reception
By the flat
ice 8:30 p.m. today in the hosted by Shapiro's three
temple.
at reasonable prices.
sons, Mickey, Steven and
Confirmands are: Roger Edward, 8 p.m. June 1 at the
Delivered, planted
Abejean, Philip Appel, Claymoor Apartments club
and ready to grow.
Brian Erlich, Daniel Sachs house.
and Andrew Winkelman.
Bnai David will have a
MICHAEL BARRON'S
Rabbi Weiss will deliver a special Shabat service hon-
LANDSCAPING
sermon on "In a Class by oring Shapiro 8:30 a.m.
357-0294
Yourselves."
June 4. The speaker will be
D. Dan Kahn, general
chairman of Greater Detroit
Israel Bonds.
Bon in Poland, Shapiro
is a Holocaust
survivor who was in-
28585 TELEGRAPH RD.
carcerated in a Siberian
(313) 353-1300
Southfield
Across From Tel-12
prison camp for three
years, then was forced to
ALL MAKES & MODELS — DOMESTIC OR FOREIGN
serve in the Russian
Sam Scotella
army for another three
years. With the end of the
war, he was in a dis-
placed persons camp in
Germany for four years.
Married to the former
Sara Guralnick during

Lusky, Elliot Maness, Ste-
ven Mendelson, Jay Must,
Robert Nakisher, Steven
Nakisher, Charles
Schwartz, Howard Spinner,
Todd Stearn, Dean Weiss,
Mark Weiss and Lorne
Zalesin.

ices 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
Members of the senior
youth group of the
synagogue will conduct the
entire Sabbath service and
read the Torah portion in
the main sanctuary.
David Icikson will deliver
the guest sermon. Kidush
will follow, sponsored by the
congregation.
Participating in the serv-
ice are: Eric Abramson,
Jack Abramson, Miryam
Bernard, Rod Brown, How-
ard Freedland, Craig
Freedman, Steven Ginns,

I

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LeasinG CO

THE MENS CLUB
CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM

presents:

THE HY SHENKMAN -
FIFTH ANNUAL

VARIETY SHOW

featuring

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and

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and Songs

starring:
LOUISE LAZARUS—Musical Director and lyric soprano
EVELYN BURGER—Violinist NORMA RUDICK—Clarinetist
ZELDA KIEL—Pianist-Accompanist
THE JEWISH HERITAGE SOUL SINGERS ENSEMBLE
HY SHENKMAN—Master of Ceremonies
"FREE ADMISSION"

SO COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS TO
THIS UNFORGETTABLE PERFORMANCE

THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1983, 8 P.M.

WASSERMAN HALL

Congregation Beth Achim

21100 Twelve Mile Road
Southfield, Michigan

Aliya Campaign

NEW YORK — The Is-
rael Aliya Center of North
America has announced
plans to begin a professional
recruitment campaign in
North America United
States and Canada to fill
vacancies within the tax
department of the Israel
Treasury Ministry.

Friday; May 20, 1983 31

the card caterer

COMMERCIAL AND SOCIAL STATIONERY

25% OFF ALWAYS

on INVITATIONS, SOCIAL STATIONERY, INFORMALS

20% OFF on all accessories
call Vicki Barnett 855-3598

You are cordially invited to attend the

24th Anniversary Banquet

of

Young Israel of Greenfield

k,\1\
ASA SHAPIRO

this time, the couple and
their first son, Mickey,
emigrated in 1949 to the
U.S. and Detroit, where
sons Steven and Edward
were born.
Shapiro is the owner of
Asa Builders Supply and
Asa Cabinets, both in Wal-
led Lake. He makes it a
practice to hire as many
refugees, from countries
such as Russia and Poland,
as he can, and has helped
many refugees to establish
their own businesses.
Dinner chairman is Mic-
key Shapiro. Host Commit-
tee chairman is Meyer
Must; Dr. Harvey Zalesin
will be dinner toastmaster.
A Tribute Committee is in
formation. Jerome Soble is
Bnai David president.
For dinner reservations,
call Israel Bonds, 557-2900.

•••••••• •

honoring

Felina and Wolf Gold

Wednesday, June 1

Entertainment by

David Ellin

humot, folk-singer

Sheraton-Southfield Hotel

17017 West Nine Mile Road
Southfield, Michigan

Cocktails 5:45 p.m.
Dinner 6:30 p.m.
Couvert $80 per couple
Patron $120
Chai Patron $180

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Cantor anon Composer

Thursday, June 2, 1983
8:00 p.m.

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

27375 Bell Road. Southfield. Michigan

featuring

Doug Ross Due
for Temple Talk

Former State Sen. Doug
Ross will deliver a talk at
the Birmingham Temple at
8:30 p.m. Monday.
Ross will speak on "The
Economy and the Future —
How Can We Make It Bet-
ter?" The public is invited at
a charge.

Members of the Cantors Council of Metropolitan Detroit

Hyman J. Adler

Sholom Kalib

Earl Berris

Louis Klein

Sidney Rube

Samuel Greenbaum

Ben-Zion Lanxner

Max Shimansky

Israel Idelsohn

Chaim Najman

Jacob Sonenklar

Harold Orbach

Larry Vieder

and a 12 voice choir conducted by Cantor Fuchs
Piano accompaniment by Sholom Kalib

Affirmation
Service Set

Temple Kol Ami will
have Affirmation Services
at 8 p.m. today.
Affirmands are: Robert
Baker, Sharon Beerman,
Caryn Nessel and Bryan
Pollak. Parents of the af-
firmands will sponsor an
oneg Shabat in their honor.

Sidney Resnick

.

Donation $5.00

Sponsored bv•

FOF

ticket information.
phone 851.6880

The Men's Club

and

The Cultural Committee

Tickets available
at the door

of

Congregation Beth Abraham-Hillel Moses

and

The Cantors Council
of Metropolitan Detroit



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