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January 10, 1975 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-10

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36—Friday, January 10, 1975 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Kol Yisroel Ensemble to Sing
in 'Judaism in Concert' Jan. 26

The Kol Yisroel Ensemble,
Hebrew and English folk
group, will appear in "Juda-
ism in Concert," 7:30 p.m.,
Jan. 26 at Cong. Bnai David.
The concert is co-sponsored
by Bnei Akiva-Galil Detroit,
the religious Zionist youth or-
ganization, and Kochav Chap_
ter of the National Confer-
ence of Synagogue Youth:
The ensemble i n c l u de s
Marty Liebman, end Mark
Goldenberg. They have per-
formed- extensively in the
Detroit and Midwest area, on
college campuses, and for
various youth organizations
in the area.
Liebman, a second - year
music and linguistics student
at Oakland University, is the
group's lead guitarist and
pianist. He formerly was a
member of the Dor Chodosh
Singers, and has appeared in
concert on numerous occa-
sions.
Also featured is Mark
Goldenberg, a graduate stu-
dent at Wayne State Univer-
sity, who is lead singer and
rhythm guitarist for the
group. Goldenberg, a former
member of the Avnei. Hako-
tel Trio, has performed
throughout the Detroit area,
both in solo appearances and
as a member of the Kol Yis-
roel Ensemble.
Drummer and percussionist
for the group is Keith Mon-
ast, a second-year pharmacy
student at WSU.
Osh Sebro w will perform
his original Jewish-English
folk songs.
Guest speaker at the pro-
gram will be Yeshaayahu
Tadmor, chief of the Gadna,
the training arm of the Israel
Army. Tadmar was formerly
the assistant director of edu-
cation for the Israel Defense
Forces, and the director of
Israel Television.
Humorist Max Sosin will
be master of ceremonies. For
ticket and group rate infor-
mation, c ont a c t Shelley
Stein, 424-8279, or Sarah
Ryba, 548-0692.

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Junior Young Israel Teens
(grades 6-8) will hold a
mystery bus ride with Cong.
B e t h Abraham-Hillel Chai
Chapter meeting 7 p.m. Sat-
urday at Young Israel of
Greenfield. Refreshments
will be included.
Junior Young Israel Teens
will hold a Shabat meeting
2:30 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Robert Kelman,
24331 Blackstone, Oak Park.
There will be games and a
guest speaker.
Halutzim (grades 3-5) has
rescheduled its Shabat lunch-
eon for Saturday to follow
9 a.m. Sabbath services at
Young Israel of Greenfield.
Kidush will follow. Hartley
Harris and adviser, Sandy
Singal, will lead games and
singing.
The Halutzim and 4-7-year-
old groups will feature the
children's movie "The
Shaggy Dog" 1:30 p.m. Sun-
day at Y o u n g Israel of
Greenfield. Refreshments
will be served. Nominal
charge.
For information, call Hart-
ley Harris, 9683563.

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Marty Liebman, left, and
Mark Goldenberg will per-
form with the Kol Yisroel
Ensemble in a special
"Judaism in Concert" 7:30
p.m. Jan. 26. at Cong. Bnai
David. Liebman is a second.
year music and linguistics
student at Oakland Univer-
sity, is the group's lead gui-
tarist and pianist. Golden-
berg, a graduate student at
Wayne State University, is
lead singer and rhyth,m gui-
tarist for the ensemble and
has performed throughout the
Detroit area.

Yehuda vs:
News Notes

OBeth

By MARK HERSCHFUS
and
ZEV NADLER
Six months ago the
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah de-
cided to build a new addition
to their present building.
This new addition will house
the ever-growing number of
Pre-1A and nursery students.
Now near completion, the
addition is divided into two
rooms. The first room will
be carpeted and will serve
as a classroom. The second
room will be a tiled play-
room.
On Dec. 5, the sixth-grade
boys went on a field trip to
the Channel 2 TV station,
WJBK-TV. Their tour guide
showed them all parts of the
station.
They visited • the control
room where the video-taped
programs are stored. They
also saw a stuntman jump
out of a coffin. They visited
the commercial studio where
they saw the props for a soft
drink commercial being set
up.
Towards the end of their
tour,- t h e y previewed the
Mike Douglas show and saw
the complete list of the pro-
grams and commericals that
were to be shown that day.

Ski Weekend Due
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Registration is now open
for a Teen/Tween Ski Week-
end to be held Feb. 7-9 at
Camp Tamarack, Ortonville.
Tobogganning, i c e skating
and hiking also are featured.
Skiing will take place on the
slopes of Pine Knob.
Ski Weekend fee includes
transportation, lodging ,
meals, all-area tow tickets
and full equipment rental.
The fee is reduced for per-
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For information, or to reg-
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