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November 08, 1974 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-08

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eth Achim Plans
Bnai Moshe Youth Plan Events
rogram for Youth Bnai Moshe United Syna- Halutzirn: President,

gogue Youth groups, Kadima
(grades 7-8), Halutzim
.(grades 5-6), Giborim (grades
3-4), Rishonim (grades 1-2),
and junior congregation . will
install this year's officers
and members at ceremonies
at an oneg Shabat '7:30 p.m.
today at the synagogue. The
Junior Choir also will be
honored,
Parents and friends are in-
vited,. A luncheon will be
The good family is one held for all members follow-
'hose members find both ing 10 a.m. Shabat services
trength and enjoy _ ment in Saturday,
ach er.
Youth group officers for
Kadima are: President, Ron-
EATHER WEATHER
nie Demak; vice presidents,
Julie Rosen, Michael Thir-
Man and Joel Ungar; sec-
SUEDE & LEATHER
retaries, Lisa Stein and Mar-
CLEANERS
cie Zumber g; treasurer,
576-0575
543-5700
_10612 W. 9 Mile 4503 N. Woodward
Ralph Naftaly. Adviser is
O.P.
R.O.
Sharon Landau.

Cong. Beth Achim will Are-
nt the Berry Puppet The-
r with cartoons and re-
eshments 2:30 p.m. Sunday
the synagogue, sponsored
y the youth commission.
There is a charge per child,
ayable at the door. Parents
nd grandparents accom-
ied by children will be
itted free: - Children age
10 are- invited.

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DEWITT

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The Whole. Family

eicornei

DEBORAH ANN
HORTICK

Daughter of

$100,000 in Bonds

Marilyn .& Harvey Hortick

Oranny. & MOrn
Uncles:" Barry, 'Leslie,

Bill & Do'n

r

Michael Ungar; vice presi-
dent, Michele Ungar; secre-
taries, Susie Klein and Gary
Naftaly; treasurer, Jeff Guy-
er. Adviser is Diane Gold-
ring.
Giborim: President, An-
drew Lippa; vice president,
Lori Goldberg; secretary,
Debbie Stein; treasurer, Jen-
nifer Dupnack; mailing chair-
man, Iffia Katz. Adviser is
Steve Kideckel.
Junior congregation: Pres=
.ident, Richard Demak; vice
president, Michael Ungar;
secretaries, Mark Baumgar-_
ten and Scott Cranis; pro-
gram chairman, Joel Ungar,
Adviser is Mark Eichner.
Halutzim and Giborim will
attend a children's play at
. the Jewish Book Fair,- Sun-
*day at the Jewish Center.
Members' are asked to meet
at the synagogue at 1:15 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
Kadima member s who
have been collecting money
for Soviet Jewry are asked
to turn it in to the Bnai
Moshe office or to a youth
adviser.
Talit and Tefilin Club will
hold a membership drive. for
youngsters age 13 and over
who wish to join in bowling
and breakfast every Sunday
morning, following 10 a.m.
services. Anyone interested
may call adviser, Ralph
Goren, 546-5446.
For information on Bnai
Moshe youth activities, con-
tact, Danify Kaplan at the
synagogue office , 548-9000,
or at home, 398-7422.

Aunts: Judy, Natalie

Cousins: Gregg, Terri

Raised_ at-Dinner

Shaarit Haplaytah, Survi-
vors of the Holocaust, pur-
chased $100,000 in I s r-a e 1
Bonds at a banquet Oct. 27
in advance of a dinner-dance
honoring Isra'el's 26th -anni-
versary.
The dinner, held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Einhorn, marked a record
total of funds raised by the
organization.

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Bnei Akiva Sets
Youth Activities

Bnei Akiva will have a
Shabat gathering for youth in
grades 4-7 9 a.m. Saturday
at Young Israel of Oak-
Woods. Luncheon and a spe-
cial "snif" will follow serv-
ices.
-
At 7 p.m. there will be a
special program for youth in
grades 4-7, and there is . a
charge. Youth are asked to
bring their dues in the corn-
ing weeks. The 100th person
to pay--dues from the aleph
or bet group will win a prize.
Bnei Akiva will have a
series of courses for youth
beginning 2 p.m. Sunday at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Classes will center on scout-
ing, photography, dancing,
sports and arts and crafts.
- The 11th grade group will
participate in a Shabaton
during the Thanksgiving
weekend in Pittsburgh. Per-
sons interested in attending
may call. Shmuel Barchad,
shaliakh, 544-1549; or Joel
Bigman, 968-0398.

• BankAmericard
• Master Charge

International contest topics
Kaye been set for the 1975
Bnai Brith Youth Organiza-
tion forensic and creativity
competitions. The AZA ora-
tory contest topic is "And
Thou Shall Teach Them Dili-
gently." Entries in the BBG
youth forum may select any
topic involved with the in-
terest of Jewish youth today.
Tge AZA and BBG story-
telling topic is "Joining
Hands across the Nations."
The topic for the AZA and

Young Israel Teens
to Have Hayride

Junior Young Israel Teens ;
grades 6-8, will hold a roller
skating event Sunday meet-
ing 1:30 p.m. at Young Israel
of Greenfield. Refreshments
will be served.
Halutzim, 'grades 3-5, will
go to the Jewish Center to
see the children's p 1 a -y
Mazel and Shlimazel" as
part of the Jewish•Book Fair
Nov. 17. Youngsters will
meet 1:15 p.m. at Young Is-
rael of. Greenfield. For res-
ervations, c a 11 Hartley
Harris, 968-3563.
Story Hour is held 10 i.m
Saturday mornings • for chil-
dren ages 4-7 during Sabbath_
services at both Young Is-
rael of Greenfield. and Oak-
Woods synagogues. Shabat
groups are _held for 4-7-year-
olds 22:30 p.m. eery Satur-
day afternoon- at Young Israel
of Greenfield. Friends are
invited.
For informalion, call Hart-
ley Harris, 968-3563.

Lobbyist to Speak
at Bayit Tuesday

The Bayit will host Doug-
las Ross, director of the
Michigan Citizens' 'Lobby at
a Belt Cafe 8 p.m. Tuesday
at the Bayit, 16845 _Muirland.-
Ross will speak on "Populism
—the Right and the Left."
Refreshments will be
served. For information, call
the Bayit, 861-1929, -

Menora Singles will have
a dance party for adults, age
18-35, 8 p.m. Sunday at Al-
varo's. -
Music will be perfomed by
Odessa. Refreshments will
be served. Tickets are avail-
able at the door.
For information, call Grace
Levett, 557-5447, or R o n
Chess, 255-0727.

Classifieds Get Quick Results

BBG originality plus contest,
which includes literature, art
and handicraft -divisions, is
"Working to Tomorrow To-
gether."
Chapter competition to de-
termine a regional winner
will be held Dec. 22-26,- at
Michigan's BBYO regional
convention.

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BBYO - advisers will meet
7:30 p.m. Thursday at the
BBYO office. This meeting
will deal with helping AZA
and BBG chapters ,prepare
for the regional convention.

BO-JANGLES
PRESCHOOL

Young Israel Teens will
have a hayride leaving 7
p.m. Saturday from Young
Israel of Oak-Woods. There
is a_ charge.
The group will participate
in an oneg Shabat 3:30 p.m.
Saturday at Young Israel of
Greenfield. Rabbi -Samuel
Prero will be guest speaker.

Now Taking Applications
-
for January

"God is for man what the
sun is for the flowers."
—Heinrich Heine

545-838a

Junior YI Teens
Plan Activities

Menora Singles
Announce 'Dance

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