YI Teen= : Group
Young :Israel Teens has an-
nounced its caJentlar-Tor the com-
The group will hold a Purim
carnival 2-5; p.m., Sunday at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods. The
public is invited.
Purim festivities will continue
on Feb. 26 when the teens will
hold a Purim masquerade party.
The Mikva Mermaids and other
artists will perform.
Members will conclude their
shalakh manot campaign when
refreshments are delivered to sen-
ior .adults on Feb. 27.
On the • weekend` of March
3-5, Young Iirael Teens will at-
tend a Sbidaattioi witMiaar' Ma-
shomayint Syisagogne in Wind-
,Also planned for March will be
a 'slide presentation := on - Soviet
Jewry, a scavenger haat to the
zoo and several Friday night onegs.
For information, call Marcy
Bnai Moshe Clubs
Bnai Moshe Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth will hold an oneg
Shabat service today in the small
chapel. Following the services, a
program- of Israeli singing - lad -
dancing wilrhe held in the social
• • •
Bnai Moshe Junior Congregation
will hold an oneg Shebat Saturday
following morning services. A pro-
gram of instructional Israeli
dancing will be led by Boni Snow
and Sandy Sussman.
Lori Heiman is president, and
Mark Eie.hner is adviser to the
group. Mrs. Louis Landau is in
charge of food arrangements.
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Representatives of Senior USY
will be guests at services of the
Talis and Tefdlin Club 8:30 a.m .
Sunday in the chapeL Following
services. breakfast will be served
y the men's dub.
The Tails and Tefillin Club has
a bowling league.
Seymour Kaplan, youth director
of Baal Moshe, announces that
Cynthia Leven lias been appointed
arts and crafts instructor for the
youth- activities program. Miss
Leviit is associated with the art
department of Federal Department
for Youth Listed
Scouts to Receive
Natiiin Trager announces that
Boy Scout Troop 23 will hold the
annual court- of honor 7:30 p.m.
The next few weeks will be Monday at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
very exciting and interesting for
The coveted "Eagle Award"
teachers and students at Hillel.
will be presented to scouts David
Miss Zabel's first grade class has
been studying prayers since the Barth and fordan Chudnow. The
beginning of the year. Next week Ner Tamid religious award for
their hard work will be rewarded. Jewish scouts will be presented to
In a special ceremony, the first Ronald Efros and Jordan.
Scout projects will be on display
grade will receive prayer books to
while pioneering and camping
On the athletic side, the fourth badges will be -exemplified.
and fifth graders are busy, too.
Troop 23, which has been spon-
They have split into teams and sored by its alumni association
are now engaging in fierce battle since 1929, now is accepting mem-
as they compete for leadership of bers of the third generation—sons
the Newcomb tournament. From and grandsons of former scouts.
religion to sports, "Hillel is hap-
By LESLIE GROSINGER
THEDETROIT .1EV/191 IBM 7 ".
Friday, Fehreery •1!1, 1972-39
By ELI MOSKOWITZ
(Eli is 12 and in Grade 7)
Last week Rabbi Norman Kahn
took his Hebrew class bowling at
Oak Park Lanes. Jay Landau was
high scorer with a most respect.
able score of 158. The boys who
took part in the outing were: Da-
vid Mittleman, David Levitin, Ben
Seligson, Joseph Ribiat, Mark
.Weiss,. Zev Nadler, Boruch Kell-
man, Mordechal Terebello and Jay
We are happy that classes in
arts and wood working are again
being offered to boys in Grade 5
and up. Classes are held on Sun-
day under the direction of our
instructor, Mr. Harold Josephs.
On Feb. 10 the kindergarten
through third grade classes at-
tended the Shrine Circus. A great
time was reported by all who
Class spelling bees were held
on Feb. 8 to determine grade
champions. The class winners
were: Grade 5—Schmuel Halon;
Grade 6—Barry Gardyn; Grade 7
—Mayer Kahn, and Grade 8—Sid-
ney Fordonski. The school spelling
bee will be held Feb 23.
Plan Art Auction
Hashahar, a Zionist youth move-
ment supported by Hadassith, will
sponsor in art auction and exhibit
3 p.m. Sunday at the Gallery Arts
An art preview will begin at 2
p.m., during which time individ-
uals may select any art works
they would like to have auctioned
Tickets are available at the door
United Synagogue Youth of Livo-
nia Jewish Congregation will spon- or can be reserved by calling Linda
ticket chairman, 352-4754.
sor a Purim carnival noon-4 p.m.
A prize will be given away.
Feb. 27 at the Hebrew school.
will go to Hashahar
• • •
Bnai Boshe Parents-Teachers to help support its educational ac-
Organization will sponsor a Purim tivities as well as providing schol-
arship funds for their many pro-
carnival 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Feb. 27
grams both in the U.S. and Israel.
at the 10 Mile branch of •the Jew-
Refreshments will be served
ish Center. There will be games,
refreshments and prizes.
• • •
Beth Moses United Synagogue
Youth will hold a Purim carnival
11 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 27 at the syna-
The group services and- Hebrew
gogue. There will be games, food departments of the Jewish Center
and prizes. Tickets are available announce the first Hebrew Fam-
at the door, or call Linda Glantz, ily Weekend will be held at Camp
Tamarack April 28-30.
• * *
Each family will have its own
Adas Shalom Synagogue youth cabin. Most activities will be in
will present a. Piirim carnival noon- Hebrew, but there will be pro-
4:30 p.m. Sunday at Hillel Day grams in English for those who
School. Young and old are invited do not have a working knowledge
to join in games, prizes and re- of Hebrew.
The weekend will feature songs,
games, dances, lectures, boat-
ing and nature hikes. Staff for
the weekend will consist of Is-
Brochures are available to Cen-
S■ , :.1- up , :or
ter members and nonmembers.
U. S. Saviros Bonds
For information, call the Hebrew
department 5841-4200. ,
to Be m Hebrew
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Jewish Center is planning an eve-
ning of entertainment 7 p.m., Feb.
27, in the Aaron Deroy Theater.
The actors, directed by Irene
Malin, will present four short one-
act plays; two of them are cameo
incidents from "Plaza Suite."
Paddy Chayefsky's one-act play,
"Holiday Song," dealing with the
inner conflicts of a Cantor on the
eve of the High Holy Days will
'be Presented, and also a tradi-
tional piece, "The Billy Club Pup-
pets," written by Spanish Play-
wright Garcia Lorca will be per-
Karen Wachter, Audrey Schiff-
man, Ellen Rosen, Lori Lewis,
Ilene Moskowitz, liana Bar Levey,
Cher Sussman, Mike Stern, Cary
Schwimmer, Sheldon Stern; -Iliillip
Silverman - and Franklin Sterns
Admission is free, and all are
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