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December 13, 1974 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-13

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Bnai Moshe Youth Groups Plan Hanuka Programs, Activities

Bnai Moshe Senior United
Synagogue Youth will have
a Haunka cultural presenta-
tion 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the

An Oneg Shabat will be
youth lounge. A grab-bag
auction will follow, with pro- held for members of Senior
ceeds to go to charity. Re- USY and Talit and Tefilin
8 p.m. Dec. 20 at the home of
freshments will be served.
Ralph Goren, 13421 North-
field, Oak Park. Topic for
discussion will be "The Con-
cept of Prayer."
10 Mile branch library. Barry
Teen-age Shabat services
Jaffe leads a discussion of are held 9:45 a.m. every
topics and issues of concern Saturday. Services this Sat-
to youth.
urday will include a discus-
At 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays, sion on the festival of Han-
Bob Hausman leads the uka and Torah explanations.
"Communications Skills Rap"
Kadima (grades 7-8) will
which helps youth learn to hold its second oneg Shabat
communicate effectively.
program 8 p.m. today at' the
On Thursdays at 7:30 at home of Danny Kaplan, 25070
the 10 Mile branch, there is Kenosha, Oak Park. Refresh-
a Teen House, a drop-in cen- ments will be served. There
ter for teens. Teen House of- will be stories and games.
fers sports, games, discus-
Kadima members will have
sion groups and arts and a social action Hanuka par-
crafts. Center members are ty 2 p.m. Sunday in the
admitted free.
youth lounge. Senior citizens
from the Federation Apart-
ments will be invited for
latkes, games and stories.
Halutzim (grades 5-6) will
sponsor a - movie night, fea-
turing the comedy hit 'Who's

Youth to Have Rap Sessions

The Jewish Community
Center invites high school
students in grades 9-12 to
either of its discussion-orient-
ed rap groups held on Mon-
days and Wednesdays at the
10 Mile branch.
"The _Rap Group" meets
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Young Israel Halutzim
(grades 3-5) will gather 2:30
p.m. Saturady for a group
Shabat meeting, at the home
of Deena Schram, 15915 Jean-
ette, Southfield. There will be
games and food.
Junior Young Israel Teens
(grades 6-8) and Halutzim
will hold a Hanuka latke
party with a surprise full-
length comedy movie at 12:30
p.m. Sunday at _Young Israel
of Oak-Woods. There will be
games, prizes and food.
A luncheon will be held for
Dec, 21, following Sabbath
services at Young Israel of
Greenfield. There will be a
speaker, followed by singing
and dancing,
Story Hour is held for 4-7
year olds at 10 a.ni. every
Saturday morning during
Sabbath services at both
Young Israel of Greenfield
and Oak-Woods congrega-
tions.
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NEW YORK — The first
Pan American Jewish Stu-
dents' Conference will take
place Jan. 5-9 at Camp
Ocala, Fla., and will involve
300 Jewish students from
North, South and Central
America.
Major sessions will include
"The Quality of Jewish Life
in the Americas", "Images
and Stereotypes Between the
Jew's of North America and
Latin America," "Alterna-
tive Life Styles for the Jew-
ish People in the Americas",
and "The Relationships Be-
tween Israel and the Ameri-
can Jewish Communities."
Workshops , will be run in
coordination with the major
session of each day and will
deal with a variety of
themes, both theoretical and
practical. There will be equal
numbers of workshop lead-
ers, lecturers and resource
people from Latin America
and North America.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH MEWS
42—Friday, Dec. 13, 1974

Minding the Mint' and an old
fashioned ice cream social
as the group's first fundrais-
er, at 7 p.m. Saturday at the
synagogue. Other youth
groups are invited, There
will be a charge.
for your party
Talit and Tefilin meets 8:30 a.m. Sundays for serv-
ices, breakfast and bowling.
Members will join with the
By
HILLEL.
Senior USY for an oneg Sha-
bat 8 p.m. Dec. 20 'at the
HAPPENINGS
home of adviser, Ralph
Goren. For information, con-
By MICHAEL SCHVVARTZ tact Goren, 547-5447.
8th grade
For information on youth
Curriculum Night for the activities at Cong. Bnai
elementary and junior high Moshe, contact Danny Kap-
divisions was held in No- lan at the synagogue office,-
vember. Teachers explained 548-9000, or at home, 398-
to the parents what is being 7422.
taught and how the subjects
are being handled. The work
of the students was displayed.
The eighth and ninth
ma ,
grades are selling candy. The
money we make will go
ary0 *TT - -Cnanrviagsiensal
towards our class trips. To
help subsidize these trips, we
will be having many more
fund raising activities
We will have fantastic custom canvas, great
throughout the year.
bargello patterns and super latch hooked rugs.
Currently in rehearsal is a
We're Even Going To Have Classes!
talent show, in which both
We'll be in the Durbin Bldg., just across from the Orchard
the eighth and ninth • grades
Mall at Orchard Lake and Maple Roads.
will p'r es e n t scenes and
6346 Orchard Lake Rd.
songs from many popular
movies.
Several weeks ago our
school had a book sale for
the Israeli Emergency Fund.
Students, parents and teach-
ers brought in used books
For
and sold them to other stu-
dents and teachers. We made
YOUR GIFTS AND PARTY NEEDS
$150.
plus
Student Council officers for
STATIONERY — FAVORS — INVITATIONS
the 1974-75 school year are:
SYDNEY BOGG CANDIES
Barton Charlip, 8th grade,
president; Mark Gorge, 9th
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grade, vice president; Sheila
Kramer, 6th grade, secre-
9:30-4:30 Mon.-Sat.
357-3111
tary; and Anita Liwazer,
6th grade, treasurer.
Student Council representa-
tives for the 1974-75 school
year are: 4th grade. Ricky
Mintz, Mark Weiss; 5th
grade: Steve Wolfe, Lisa
Soleymani, Andy Rockland;
6th- grade, Sheila Kramer,
Anita Liwazer; 7th grade,
This Anniversary let our distinitive
Steve Levy, Mark Schostak;
trend-setting de'signi, diamond expertise_
and fine jewelry craftsmanship help
8th grade, David Ran, Bar-
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ton Charlip; and 9th grade ;
the romantic way -
Mark Gorge.
a
Wikh
Advisors to the Student
Council are Mrs. Marilyn
_Lievy and Mrs. Ceil Taylor.
The Parent-Teacher con-
ferences, which were origi-
nally scheduled' for Dec. 2
and 3, were cancelled be-
cause of "the big snow."
They are presently being re-
968-0303 ,
scheduled and will probably
LINCOLN CENTER • OAK PARK
be held after winter recess -.
We honor Master Charge and BankAmericard
'The Junior High football
team played Akiva recently
at the Jewish Center. Hillel
won the game 12-6.

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