THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, October 7, 1966
Youth Advisers Picked
by Agudath Israel
Rabbi William Schostak, youth
director of Agudath Israel, an-
nounces the appointment of Mrs.
Jacob Levi and Mrs. Samuel Adler
as advisers to the Bnos groups.
The groups are led by head
counselors Miriam Posner and
Miriam Schloss and counselors
Denise Abraham, Debby Blumen-
kopf, Yaffa El'Chonen, Shulamis
Greenbaum, Chavie Grubner, Kri-
endy Grubner, Surie Grubner,
Esther Kahana, Judy Lane, Esther
Oppen, Merle Shoenig, Rochelle
Silverstein, Miriam Spitzer and
The leaders of the Pirhei groups
are David Fain, William Schostak
and Tzvi Silverstein.
The groups will meet Saturday
afternoons at Congs. Beth Tefilo,
Emanuel Tikvah, Bnai Zion, Bnai
Israel and Shaarey Shomayim.
Girls gather at 2:30, boys at 3 start-
ing Oct. 15.
Brandeis Day Slated
for Thursday; Study
Groups Are Set Up
Miss Rubin to Direct
Rubin, formerly of
Windsor, has been named program
supervisor for the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization, Michigan Re-
Miss Rubin's duties relate di-
rectly to the
serving of the
Brith Girls units
in the metropol-
itan Detroit area.
She serves on a
of Michigan Re-
gion BBYO and
Melvin Y, Clay-
ton, assistant director.
Miss Rubin holds an MA in edu-
cation from Wayne State Univer-
sity. Her past experience has been
in the elementary school system,
the Windsor Jewish Community
Center and the Detroit Jewish Cen-
Brandeis Day, honoring the De-
troit Chapter of the Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's Com-
mittee, will be observed at the De-
troit Public Library, Main Build-
ing, 10 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Thurs-
(It was erroneously reported
last week that the group would be
* * *
Mrs. Max Warren, study group
chairman, announces that new
study groups are now being formed
by the Detroit Chapter. Volunteers
are group leaders. The courses of
study prepared by the faculty of
Brandeis University include such
subjects as great novels. the
United States in world affairs;
the Golden Age of the Jews in
Spain; literature of music; mas-
ters of French painting and civil
liberties in America.
There is no charge for these
study groups, only membership
in the Greater Detroit Chapter.
Orchestra and Entertainment
For further information, call
Mrs. Warren, 353-3915.
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Mrs. Jay Allen, general chair-
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Youth Services Begin
have been named as semi-finalists
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tinuing every week thereafter, the Appleblatt and Neil Hiller are
regular youth Sabbath service will among them.
be held at Beth Aaron Synagogue.
Although it's been in existence
Services will be held for three only five months, the Birmingham-
PRIVATE MEETING ROOM
age groups: the youth congrega- Bloomfield Teen Center was sel-
COMPLETE FACILITIES FOR PARTIES,
tion for boys and girls age 12-17 at ected by Scene Magazine as one
BANQUETS, STAGS SPECIAL RATES
9:30 a.m. at the small chapel, with of the top teen-age spots in the
Irwin Rose and David Kaplan as nation. The "Long Hot Summer,"
leaders; junior congregation for an album made by four local
boys and girls age 9-12 at 10:30 bands is now on sale, proceeds
a.m. in the small chapel, with Ir- from the album to go toward air-
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win Rose as leader; and Tikva conditioning the Teen Center.
STEAM ROOM • MASSAGES ; SUN BATH
congregation for children age 5-8
Try-outs for the fall production
EXERCISE ROOM • SLUMBER LOUNGE .
at 10:30 a.m. in the Jospey Room, of "Thieves Carnival," were held
RECREATION LOUNGE with- RESTAURANT
with Joan Elk as leader,
this past week. The play will be
COOLIDGE HWY. at CAPITAL • OAK PARK
(bet." 8 and 9 Mile) Phone 544-3611
The young worshipers will un- presented Nov. 16-18.
Although • the football season
ite with the adult congregation for
kiddush immediately after the serv-
started on a low note with a loss
to Seaholm, the team came back
These services are open to all with a win over Cranbrook 19-18.
Groves is one of the first public
young people in the community.
schools in Michigan to have soc-
cer as a varsity sport. The
Stamp Club to Hear Talk team
had its first meet this
Dr. Albert Friedberg of Cleve- week.
land will present his award-win-
Vicki Babbin, Nancy Kadushin,
ning collections of early Holy Land Maxine Rosenburg, Irise Fried-
forerunners in an illustrated lec- man, Rick Segall, Ellen Erman,
ture at the meeting of the Detroit Gary Sallan, Ande Moheit, Scott
Oak Park Chapter of the Society Greer, Nancy Perlmutter and
of Israel Philatelists, 8:30 p.m. Allan Miller were some of the
Tuesday at the Oak Park Com- many Birmingham teens who
marched Sept. 18, for ALSAC
(Aiding Leukemia Stricken Child-
ren.) The teens collected over
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Youth Groups to Plan
There will be a citywide Jewish
Youth Planning Committee meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, at the Jew-
ish Center. A representative of
each Jewish youth group in the
area is asked to attend this meet-
ing to plan the youth Hanuka cele
bration to be held 8:30 p.m. Dec.
10 at the Center, and the youth
observance of Israel's 19th Inde-
pendence Day, May 21 at the
The Oct. 11 meeting will be held
in the center board room.
For information, call Allen Gel-
fond of the youth division, DI
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We Accept All Utility Bills
The Young Adult Group of Beth
Aaron Synagogue will be inaugu-
rated at a mixer-social 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Beth Aaron's social
All single people age 21 to 37
are invited at no charge. There
will be dancing and refreshments.
For information, call Mrs. Monte
Masserman, adviser, 646-61138, or
Loretta Weintraub, LI 8-9430.
LOIS ROBERTS, dramatc sopra-
no, will give a concert 3 p.m. Sun-
day at the Detroit Institute of Arts'
lecture hall. Ida K. Cordes will be
Miss Roberts' accompanist.
Al Beigler, Your Host
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