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g-UJF--June 13, 1980 [ II II Camp Chaverim Welcomes Staff Karen Prupis and Mrty Fay will be Unit Heads at Camp Chaverim this summer. Their experience and enthusiam will bring new dimensions to camping fun. Karen Prupis was graduated from Springfield College in Massachusetts in 1978. She has been Assistant Director of Health and Physical Education of the Jew- ish Community Center of Tidewater since August of that year. Karen supervises physical education programs for the Early Childhood and Children's programs at the Center. She aches the Gymnastics Exhibition Team, leads senior adult exercise classes, and supervises the Women's Health Club. She has taught Aerobic Dancing at the Center. In the summer of 1979, Karen was the athletic specialist for Camp Chaverim. Marty Fay was born in New York City and spent his first 18 years there. He was active in the Boys Scouts of America, and attained the rank of Eagle Scout. Marty joined the U.S. Navy in 1955, serving on the island of Guam and in Rome, Hawaii, Viet Nam and aboard ship. He retired from the Navy in 1977. "Yiddisheh Kop" Of the Week The first five people to correctly iden- tify the person in the photo below will receive a free pass to Circle 6, Circle 4, Showcase Theaters, Hilltop and Tower Mail, Portsmouth. Relatives of the "Kop" of the week are ineligible. Call 489-8040 and ask for Sydney, no earlier than June 19th 10 A.M. --1 Do You Know This Person? J Last week's "kop" was Rabbi Malcolm Stern. .. .. Marry Fay Karen Prupis Marty received his B.S. degree in Sec- ondary Education from ODU; he is now a full-time graduate student. In addition to his studies, he teaches in the newly-created Virginia Beach Career Development Center. Back-packing and handball are Marty's hobbies. He has walked the entire Virginii::ii section of the Appalachian Trail, which !!:! about 540 miles in length. He is marrie:! has four children and resides in Virginia Beach. Annual HAT Auction The Hebrew Academy of Tidewater will hold its annual Auction on Saturday, June 14 at 9 p.m. under the leadership of Calvin Zedd, auctioneer. The doors will open at 9 p.m. Refresh- ments have been prepared at the school under the direction of Rachel Abboudi and will feature meat hors doeuvres and an array of taste tempting delicacies. There will be a cover charge of $2.50 per person which will entitle guests to sample the snacks, wine and desserts. i ELECTROLYSIS Sheri i  ' ,"" Kaye Nj L The Only Now Expert Permanent Presents Free Hair Removal Facials Consultation and Physician Make-up Call Now Recommended By 587-6880 Redkin Owned and bperated By Sylvia Stewart MOTOR SPORTS HONDA. TRIUMPH MG- HILLTOP TOYOTA 'Summertree' JCC June Production The Good Show Acting Company of the Jewish Community Center of Tidewater announces the opening of its summer production, Summertree, June 28-29, at the JCC Studio Theatre, 7300 Newport Avenue, Norfolk. Summertree, a war play written byron Cowen, projects the hopes and fears of a young draftee bound for the battlefield. Originally designed as a protest against the Vietnam War, Summertree offers a myriad of expressions apropos to modern time-- 1980. Company director Mickey Shiller's main focus of the work will concentrate on the projection of man's needs (physical, emo- tional, an d spiritual) during the crisis point of one's struggle to survive. The company will take Summertree and several other stage pieces on its regional tour of the Eastern U.S. during July. During its five-week road tour the troupe will perform at centers and camps in New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia. Playing the war-bound Young Man is Tim Dorsey, a graduate of Norfolk Col- legiate, now enrolled at Tulane University. Playing the Little Boy, his alter ego, is Debbie Stromberg, a freshman tlleatre major at VCU. Playing the Young Man's parents are Rene Diaz of Norfolk Col- legiate and Jan Presberg, a fall-bound student at the University of Pennsylvania. Faith Corey, a UVA freshman, will be playing the Mother's role on alternate evenings. Rounding out the cast are Robyn Reynolds and Elisa Sharf doubling in the role of the Girlfriend, and David Greenberg (also of UVA) and Evelyn Hearst as the Soldier. Tickets for Summertree ( $2 general admission) are available at the JCC front office, or by calling 489-1371. Golden Age Club officers are from left, (seated) Leonard Friedman, Fannie Terkeltaub and Lil Stoler. From left, (standing) are Victbr Terkeltaub, Gertie Wolman, Sayde Winthrop, EthelGoldblatt, Lee Galinsky, Lueille Treese and Alice Giancola. Golden Age Club Installs New Slate The Golden Age Club of the Jewish Community Center of Tidewater held its installation of Officers of 1980-1982, Wed- nesday, May 28. It was a festive occassion with the tables decorated in a blue and white theme. The first vice-president, Fannie Terkeltaub presided over the meeting in the  absence of president Lena Bord who was in the hospital. Alice Giancola, director of Senior Adult Services, conducted the installation and presented corsages and boutonnieres to the incoming officers: president, Fannie Terkeltaub; first vice president, Lillian Stoler; second vice president, Leonard Friedman; treasurer, Lucille Treese; re- cording secretary, Ethel Goldblatt; fin- ancial secretary, Gertie Wolman; corres- ponding secretary, Lee Galinsky; chaplain, Victor Terkeltaub and parliamentarian, Sadye Winthrop. Approximately 130 members attended the luncheon and joined in the singing and dancing. Music was provided by the Geriphonics. JFS Needs Items The Jewish Family Service is in great need of the following items: Air conditioners, fans, vacuum cleaners, televisions, furniture, linens and house" wares (working order, please). Also, large size women's clothing (16 and up) and children's clothing (boys' sizes 6,8,10,12 and 16, and girls' sizes 4 and 6). For further information, contact EUie Porter at 489-3111,