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September 09, 1988 - Image 180

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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D avid L. 5ierkamp

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BARRY'S
LETS RENT
IT

(313)

478-3510

PARTY RENTALS
OUR NEW LOCATION

May The New Year Bring
Health, Happiness & Peace To You All

4393 ORCHARD LAKE RD. N. OF LONE PINE
IN CROSSWINDS (FORMER PINE LAKE MALL)

I 855-0480 I

HERSCH'S LAWN SPRAY

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anniversary of service to the traveling
public possible.


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Regina & Reuven Goldstein and staff

GOLDSTEIN TRAVEL

27080 Evergreen Rd.
Lathrup Village, MI 48076



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Gail S ~ aplro

SUMMIT
TRAVEL

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wishes a
happy & healthy
New Year
to all our
friends & customers

559-2770

PATTY RATLIFF

!TERRY ROTENBERG

-K 28859-A Orchard Lake Rd.
+4 Between 12 & 13 Mile Rd.

489-5888
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LEE ALPERN

Terry Rotenberg

and

CATHY HALFMANN-CORNISH

The Staff of Gemini Travel
Want to Wish
Our Friends, Our Families
and our
Valued Clients
a Healthy, Peaceful,
Joyous and Prosperous
NEW YEAR

RUTH ISCA

Gemini Travel

855-3600

HEIDI RUSHFORD

"WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS"

AGI RUBIN

172D

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1988

JANE E. BERGMAN

Retreat Set
For Officers

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NEW YEAR
• Thank you for making our 13th •

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I YOUTH I

SHARON RESNICK

MARLENE OLESHANSKY

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Michigan State Temple
Youth (MSTY), a Reform
Jewish youth group, an-
nounces its regional executive
board will host an officers
retreat for all youth groups
and executive boards in
MSTY on Saturday.
The responsibilities and dif-
ficulties of each board posi-
tion will be discussed. Any of-
ficer of the youth group af-
filiated with Michigan State
Temple Youth is invited. For
details, contact Robert
Weiner, 661-5475.
On Saturday at 8 p.m.,
Michigan State Temple Youth
will host its annual "Back to
MSTY Party." All Reform
Jewish high school students
are invited. For details, con-
tact Weiner.
On Oct. 23-25, Temple
Shomer Emunim in Toledo
will host an out-state con-
clave. The weekend will be
spent examining Jewish
teens' relationships with
their families. This function
is open to all Reform temple
youth outside the Detroit
Metro Area. For details, con-
tact Ian Flashner, 661-5255.
This year's MSTY Ex-
ecutive Board includes:
Weiner, president; Yael Hoff-
man, general vice president;
Flashner, conclave vice presi-
dent; Scott Barkan, liaison
vice president; Debbie Weins-
tein,. religious and cultural
vice president; Peter
Schwartz, social action board
member; Jenni Werber,
secretary; David Robins,
treasurer; Marcy Schart-
zman, ex-officio; Alison Op-
per, ex-officio; Mark
Goldman, ex-officio.

tionship with the Jewish
world in today's society.
The chairmen for the Shab-
baton are Abby Eisenberg
and Nicole Mantel. Chapter
President is Joey Selesny. For
information, contact Selesny,
354-3494; or adviser Stuart
Sandweiss, 557-1471.

JETS To Have
Orientation

JETS, Jewish Teens in Ser-
vice, will have an orientation
7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center.
JETS is a program for in-
dividuals in grades 10-12
which combines a volunteer
work experience in a Jewish
communal service agency
with workshops helpful
toward leadership and career
development.
For further information,
contact Allison Katz, teen
director, 661-1000, ext. 269.

Teen Group
Has Kickoff

Teen Connection, the new
Jewish youth group for grades
seven and eight, sponsored by
B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion and the Jewish Com-
munity Center, will have a
kickoff dance Sept. 17 at 8:30
p.m. at the Jewish Communi-
ty Center, Maple/Drake
Building.
Open gym, use of the pool
and refreshments are includ-
ed. Admission is free to all
Then Connection members.
There is a fee for non
members.
For information, contact
Allison Katz, teen director,
661-1000, ext. 269.

Campfire Girls
Cubs To Meet

Youth Groups,
Advisers Named

The Beth Shalom Campfire
Girls and Cub Scouts pro-
grams will begin at 7 p.m.,
Sept. 15 in the social hall.'
Both prgrams are open to
members and non-members.
For information, call the
synagogue office, 547-7970.

Karen Knoppow, Beth
Shalom youth director, an-
nounces the youth groups
that will be meeting and their
advisers.
They are: Yachad, Joyce
Lang; Kadima, Kathy
Brickner; U.S.Y., Sari
Shapiro; Campfire Girls,
Sharon Levine; and Cub
Scouts, Cary Adelman and
Terry Brown.
A brochure describing what
each group has to offer is
available by calling the
synagogue office, 547-7970.

NCSY Group
To Gather

National Conference of
Synagogue Youth, Emes
Chapter, will sponsor a
membershp Shabbaton Sept.
16-17 at Young Israel of
Southfield. The theme for the
weekend is "Why Be
Jewish?" The group will ex-
plore different aspects of
Jewish identity and discuss
the need to maintain a rela-

Beth Shalom
Juniors' Meet

Junior Congregation at
Congregation Beth Shalom
will begin Sept. 17 at 10 a.m.

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