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January 18, 1974 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-18

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Yout

News

Kochav Youth
to Greet Rabbi

Cong. Bnai David Kochav
Youth will welcome Rabbi
Solomon Poupko to the con-
gregation at a luncheon fol-
lowing services Feb. 9 at
the synagogue.
Luncheon is free to youth
in the community. For reser-
vations, call Sue Kendler,
president, 531-5712, or Ron
Schwarzberg, 557-4157.

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Many men talk economy,
but few have the will to
pra ctice.

ERIC ROSENOW

and his

Continentals

398-
3664

Center to Have
Essay Contest
on Ecology

The Jewish Center will
have a new Teme Skully
Essay contest on "Is Ecology
a Jewish Question?" in con-
junction with the tree-plant-
ing holiday of Tu b'Shevat.
The contest deadline is Feb.
7.
The contest is open to
young adults age 14 17, 18-
20 and 21-23. Two cash prizes
will be awarded for each
age category.
Each essay must be typed
and double-spaced. On a
separate piece of paper at-
tached to the essay, the fol-
lowing information must be
included: "Teme Skully Es-
say Contest," name, address
and zip code, essay title,
age, birthdate, and telephone
number. Winners will he
notified. For information,
contact the Center, 341-4200.

Free Enterprise
The war has been a cru-
cible for all of the economic
systems of the world, for our
own, for Communism, Fas-
cism, Nazism, all the others.
And the American system
has outproduced the world.
—Bernard M. Baruch.

CALIFORNIA? WHY NOT!
I TICKETS TO EVERYWHERE! I
HAMILTON, MILLER,
I HUDSON & FAYNE TRAVEL
CORP. — CALL ME

:sukoaym

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557-5145

Waking up to a world filled with people
Whose minds and shadings differ
I walk towards the door and reach for the knob
Yet my arm will not extend that far
I am scared
I am weak
I am helpless
I wear a yellow star,
I am a Jew
Now waking up to a world filled with people
Whose minds and shadings differ
I walk towards the door and reach for the knob
But the door is already opened for me
I am brave
I am strong
I have power
My heart holds .a star,
I am a Jew.

TABLE PADS

PHONE 345-5350

PROMPT DELIVEkY

MADc IN MICHIGAN

UNITED TABLE PAD CO.

Our 30th Year

Rochelle Lea Grevnin and Women of Jewish National
Fund fund-raising co-chairman Mrs. Julius Feigelman hold
a framed certificate showing that a garden. of 100 trees
was planted in Israel by Rochelle's parents, honoring her
16th birthday. With them are the donors, Mr. and Mrs.
Ruben Grevnin.

They will speak on "The
Jew in the Legislature — a
Symposium."
Cantor Simon Bermanis,
the Cantors Club and the
Lahav youth group invited
the community to this annual
event. A kidush will follow
the service.

Bar Mitzva Boy Explains -What
His Special `Simha' Is All About

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synagogue — "connected with
my simha."
The invitation features a
stamp depicting Jerusalem
and the quotation "Pray for
the Peace of Jerusalem."
His Torah reading and the
stamp - illustrated souvenir
card to be distributed to the
guests "reflect the role of
learning in my life," Oren
explained.
Even Oren's thank - you
notes reflect his interest in
Jewish stamps; featuring a
photo of him at work on one
of his stamp albums.
An eighth grade student at
Maimonides School, Oren
said he believes that the Bar
Mitzva ceremony "should be
a time of thinking and not of
drinking . . . a time for com-
mitment and not a time for
frivolity. Bar Mitzva should
he a joyous occasion but the
joy should be the kind which
shows thanksgiving and a
true appreciation of the pri-
vileges of living a full Jewish
life in this great country."

Lahav Plans Service

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398-2727
13723 W. 9 Mile

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

968-2563

MICHAEL KAPLIT
Photography

Weddings • Bar Mitzvos

642-1039

NURSERY '-
DAY CARS

• Children 21/2 to 5 Years
Two to Five Days A Week

New term begins January 28

Call Now, For Summer and Fall



>

Southfield

SAM BARNETT

Some Morning Classes Available



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Get a scandal started and
the brakes always refuse to
work.

Children's
Nursery _

Former Detroiter 0 r e n

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Grad
will have a very special
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BarMitzva.
will reflect a background
--
filled with•Jewish interest, a
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Hebrew day school educa-
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tion, a love of Israel, a fas
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cination with the stamps of
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I Israel.
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Oren, son of Mr. and Mrs.
--
Eli Grad of Newton Center,
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-- Mass., will become Bar
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OUR
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— Mitzva Feb. 18 at Temple
—_
OPEN SUNDAYS
REGULAR PRICE
=
Emanuel of Newton Center.
USE YOUR BANKAMERICARD
=
12 to 5
E , His father, former education
OR MASTER CHARGE
--
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of Cong. Shaarey
-- = director
Zedek, is president of the
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— Hebrew College of Greater
—_
= Boston.
1
Oren explained that a
Monday morning had been
la chosen for the service so that
CHILDREN'S SHOPS
"there will be no hilul
NORTHLAND — OAKLAND MALL
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desecration of the
...e., Shabat"
No Layaways On Sale Merchandise
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KENNETH BRUSS, son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Bruss
of Shervilia PI., Southfield,
who is a student at James
Madison College, Michigan
State University, is serving
as an intern with Hillel in
Lansing, under the college's
field experience program.

Southfield

. WINTER CLEARANCE SALE . _ __
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Cong. Beth Achim's youth
commission will host State
Sen. Daniel Cooper, State
Rep. Joseph Forbes and
Martin Hollander, president
pro tern of the Southfield City
Council, at Shabat morning
services Saturday at the
synagogue..

CUSTOM STYLING

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, January 18, 1974

They Made
The Grade

Garden for a Sweet Sixteen

Beth Achim Youth Commission
to Host Legislators at Service

CUSTOM

HAND-CRAFTED

By ELYSE GOLDIN

(Elyse, a sophomore at Oak Park High School, wrote the fol-
lowing poem for a creative writing class.)

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Lahav United Synagogue
Youth will participate in Sab-
bath services 9 a.m. Satur-
day in the main sanctuary at
Cong. Beth Achim. Members
of Lahav and the Cantors
Club will conduct services,
followed by Kidush and a
special program. Friends are
invited,

557-5122
HUNTINGTON WOODS
NURSERY

10495 W. 11 Mile Road

Children 2 1 /2 to 5
2 to 5 Days a Week

New terms begins January 28
Some Morning Classes Available

Call Now, For Summer and Fall

541-5053

OPEN
SATURDAY
JANUARY 19th

THIS IS IT!!!

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SWEATERS
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10:30-4:30 P.M.

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