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February 07, 1975 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-07

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Bnai Moshe Senior USY to Join Central Region Youth c ondrnrorriturrawwwws----
The Megillat Esther will be Feb. 22. Mark Eichner is
Bnai Moshe Senior United arack wekend, to be held Feb.
Israeli Bible Scholar to Speak
Synagogue Youth will join 14-16 at the Ortonville camp- read to youngsters on Purim leader. Mark Baumgarten
routh chapters from Central site. The weekend will focus evening, 7 p.m., Feb. 25, at and Scott Cranis are group
to Young Adults at 10 Mile Center
Region for the USY regional on the "Palestine Liberation the synagogue. Friends are secretaries.



invited.
Lt. Colonel Itzhak Itzhaki, program through which young
Junior congregation will For information, call Danny
Israelis became familiar with
discuss Purim in stories dur- Kaplan at the synagogue of- one of Israel's foremost bibli- the history. and geography of
cal scholars and a sixth-gen-
ing 10 a.m. Shabat services fice, 548-9000.
eration Sabra whose family their land.
For information, contact
has lived continuously in
Israel since 1790, will speak the Center Group Services
to college-age young adults office, 341-4200. Admission is
8 p.m. Feb. 16 at the 10 Mile free.
Jewish Center. He will speak
to
the
Detroit
Institute
of
Arts
By ZEV NADLER and
on "The Human Quest For Classifieds Get Quick Results
to see "The Emperor's New Freedom: Jewish Wars For
MARC HERSCHFUS
An assembly was held Jan. Clothes."
Independence.
Last week, Steve Horn, a
27 in honor of Tu b'Shevat,
Col. Itzhaki recently retired
naturalist
from
Kensington,
the Rosh Hashana of Trees.
The classes that attended in- came to the yeshiva and from the Israel Defense
cluded grades one through Showed all the children from Forces, following 21 years of
kindergarten through sixth active service. During the
six.
for your party
grade movies on nature. He 1948 War of Independence,
Free Admission
The assembly began with a showed the kindergarten and Itzhaki was a platoon com-
question-answer period with 1st grade a movie called "No- mander in Jerusalem. In 1949,
Feb. 9th 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
By
Rabbi Lieberman and the stu- ticing Nature's Neighbors." he was appointed education
Roma Hall Livonia
dents. Some of the classes
He showed the second and officer of an entire brigade,
Schoolcraft nr. Inkster
presented short skits. First third
grades a slide presenta- and in 1950 as education offi-
grade sang some songs and tion called "Circling Sea- cer of the Territorial Com-
each child recited a few sons." To the fourth, fifth mand. He also was command-
words about Tu •b'Shevat. and sixth grades he showed er of the Central Military
Grade 2 presented a play a movie called "Exploring a School of Education.
about the seven fruits of Is- Pond."
Info & booth space
Col. Itzhaki helped devise
rael, their corresponding bra-
The 10th grade has elected
282-0040 & 731-9560
hot. Grade 3 also sang songs. its two representatives to the and implement the Yediat Ha-
Each child received a bag Student Council; Yitzchak aretz (knowledge of the land)
full of dates, figs and as- Segal, senior representative;
sorted candies.
and Yosef Zack, junior repre.
Toward the end of the ap- sentative.
ple season the Pre-1A class
visited the Blake Apple Or-
Lessons for Beginners
chard and Cider Mill in Ar-
mada. They also had a hay-
Strategy Lessons for Experienced Players
ride, a picnic and took pic-
Afternoon & Evening Classes Forming NOW!
tures. Their teachers, Mrs.
N. Brewster Broder, presi-
Widenbaum and Mrs. Mosko- dent of the Jewish Commun-
Backgammon Sets At A
vitz, along with two room ity Center, was in New York
mothers, Mrs. Treblow and recently to attend the winter
Discount Of Course
Mrs. Josephs, 'accompanied meeting of the National Jew-
them.
ish Welfare Board's board of
Recently the Pre-1A went directors.
At the meeting, Broder, a
former Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration board member and
adviser to the real estate di-
vision of the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency
Presents a Fun Filled Evening with
Fund, saw the establishment
of a task force to help Jew-
ish centers deal with the cur-
rent economic situation.
The JWB board of directors
also adopted a resolution
LONG EVENING GOWNS
calling for the undoing of the
damage caused by UNES-
CO's "unjust sanction upon
Israel." The board called
values to $200
upon Jewish centers to con-
tact their elected officials to
protest the anti-Israel deci-
sion and appealed to intellec-
COATS
DRIVING GLOVES
tuals, artists and scientists
around the world to protest
$ 1 9° $ 2 5°
the UNESCO action.
val. to $
145
val.
to
$
A new project linking
North America Jewish cen-
ters and Israeli Jewish cen-
ters was established, and 20
PANT TOPS
KNIT PANTS
U. S. centers requested to
$790
$890
participate. The board also
adopted a set of guidelines
wit to pig
for JWB and its affiliated
.axgagEgo v ; INIar:.
Jewish centers in aiding per-
sons who are interested in
KNIT
JUNIOR PANTS
settling in Israel.

bonvention, to be held March
-23 at the Sheraton-Cadil-
lac Hotel. Members wishing
to attend must submit forms
adviser Monte Schloss,
4421 Oak Park Blvd., Oak
ark.
Kadima (grades 7-8) is pre-
paring for its upcoming Tam-

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Organization and Its Impact
on Israeli Life," with socio-
dramas and re-created raids
to highlight its significance.
Michael Thirman is religious
vice president in charge of
the weekend.
The group will hold its fi-
nal Tamarack meeting 5 p.m.
Sunday, at the home of ad-
viser, Sharon Landau, 24231
Gardner, Oak Park. Clothing
lists and final details will be
given out.
The Kadima group will at-
tend an evening performance
of the Shrine Circus Sunday,
meeting 6 p.m. at the home of
.adviser Sharon Landau. For
reservations, contact her at
545-6951.
The Halutzim (grades 5.6)
will go to the Shrine Circus
Sunday, meeting 1 p.m. at the
synagogue. Bus transporta-
tion will be provided. For
tickets, which must be reserv-
ed in advance, call adviser,
Diane Croldring, 851-3728.

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gogue. State Senator Jack
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