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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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70 . Friday, May 11, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Irene Berman
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Ann Chudler
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Ernie Deutsch
Lillian Epstein
Jean Faudman
Grace Finkel
Bertha Fischer
Sam Fischer
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Alan Gordon
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Aaron Landau
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B'NAI DAVID
Junior Congregation and
Story Hour groups will hold
a Shabbat luncheon Satur-
day following services. In
addition to luncheon, there
will be songs and games in
honor of Israel Indepen-
dence Day. There is no
charge for the event. F
reservations by 4 p.m
day, call the youth ofi_
557-8325.
Atid, for grades nine-12,
will hold a study luncheon
Saturday following serv-
ices. There is no charge, but
reservations should be
made by 4 p.m. today at the
youth office or to Monte
Schloss, 559-6399.
The Talit and Tefilin
Club, for boys age 13 and
older, meets every Sunday
at 9:30 a.m. for services,
breakfast, and bowling or
softball.
On May 20, Shalom (pre-
school - grade two) will have
a Lag b'Omer picnic. There
is a nominal charge. For
reservations by May 18, call
adviser Joyce Lang, 968-
2686; or the youth office.
Ruach (grades three-five)
will play miniature golf on
May 20. For information
and reservations, call ad-
viser Laura Lazarus, 541-
3582; or the youth office, by
May 18.
Masada (grades six-eight)
and Atid (grades nine-12)
will participate in the Israel
Independence Day celebra-
tion at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center on May 20. _

DAY
HILLEL
SCHOOL'S ninth grade
graduating class will pre-
sent the hit Broadway
production of "How to Suc-
ceed in Business Without
Really Trying" at 7 p.m.
Sunday and at 12:30 p.m.
Monday.
The production is under
the direction of Elissa Berg,
the school's drama teacher
and Diane Grossman, their
music teacher. The students
have been busy rehearsing
for the past three months.
Tickets may be purchased
prior to showtime at Hillel
Day School.

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SS veterans
get go-ahead
for gathering

Bonn (JTA) — A coy -
Braunchweig has over
a decision by the town coun-
cil of Bad Harzburg to ban a
reunion of veterans of a
division
SS
Waffen
scheduled to be held there
May 17-20.
The court upheld a mo-
tion against a ban filed by
HIAG, the umbrella organ-
ization of former members
of the Nazi SS and SA.
The reunion is expected to
attract some 700 SS vete-
rans and their families. The
town council had ruled
against it because the
gathering is likely to draw
mass counter-demonstra-
tions.

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