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May 20, 1988 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-20

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DOR L'DOR

Adat Shalom was the
recent site of the Dor L'Dor
concert featuring singers
from the Jewish
Community Center Senior
Adult Department and the
sixth grade students from
Hillel Day School. The
students and seniors
became pen pals before
singing together in the
concert. Some of the pen
pals were: MARA
REINSTEIN and REGINA
MANTEL, KEVIN
LUBASKI, DAVID
SIMMER and DAVID
RUSS, SYLVIA RUSS,
REBECCA KATZMAN and
EILEEN ISRAEL, LISA
ZAKS and OLGA TAUSIG.
The songs were in Yiddish,
English and Hebrew.

ISRAEL'S 40TH

One celebration at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods
sponsored by Akiva Hebrew
Day School, B'nei Akiva,
Mizrachi Hapoel
Hamizrachi of Detroit,
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth and
Young Israel of Greenfield,
Oak-Woods and Southfield
was the presentation of the
Louis Horowitz Award to
students JUDITH
SCHLUSSEL, NOAM
KOENIGSBERG and
ESTHER SPERKA. Some
of the students dressed in
blue and white were
waiters and waitresses for
the dinner. They included:
SARAH BERKOWER,
DAVID BERKOWER,
NAOMI BERKOVE, BATYA
LOPIN, NANCY BERMAN,
ABBY EISENBERG and
GABI ALBERT

SINAI GUILD

A fashion show by Bette
Appel and R.G.
Crumbsnatcher was the
program for the recent
installation of new officers
for the Sinai Hospital Guild
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Some of the officers
include: BOBBIE BLITZ,
LEAH SNIDER,
MADELON SELIGMAN,
HOPE SILVERMAN,
BARBARA CHAITIN, LEO
ASH, RUTH GT...TRWIN,
LAUREN LISS and
MARTY ROSENTHAL.
One model from Bette
Appel showed how easy it
was to change fnqn sweat
clothes to worki fig apparel
by switching shoes and
adding and subtracting
pieces from one group of
clothes.

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News, won first prize for
enterprise reporting in the
1987 Associated Press
Sports Editors' national
writing competition.
Orbach won the award for a
series of articles published
in the Ann Arbor News in
March 1987, which focused
on the academic life of
University of Michigan
student athletes. The series
won in the category for U.S.
newspapers under 50,000
circulation. Detroit Free
Press sportswriter MITCH
ALBOM won first place for
best column and fifth place
for best feature story in the
category for newspapers
over 175,000 circulation.

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LOCAL NEWS

Beth El Has
Kindergarten

Temple Beth El will extend
its nursery school to include
a kindergarten.
The kindergarten is open to
any child who is five years of
age on or before Dec. 1. The
curriculum will parallel the
surrounding school districts,
so the child will be prepared
to enter first grade.
The all-day kindergarten
will be enhanced with a
Jewish enrichment program
interwoven into the child's
school day. Tuition includes
the kindergarten day plus the
lunch fee. Extended hours can
also be arranged it needed.
For information, call Joy
Kaplan at the temple,
851-1100.

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The Center for New Think-
ing will present Rabbi Sher-
win Wine who will speak on
"Jews and Arabs, Com-
promise or Confrontation," on
Thursday at 10 a.m. in the
Somerset Mall Auditorium.
There is a fee. The program is
open to the public. For infor-
mation, call Susan Levin,
352-0264.

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Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine of
the Birmingham Temple will
present the last of three
reviews on the theme "New
York, Beijing and Washing-
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will review Freedom by
William Safire. Discussion
will follow. There is a charge.

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