100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

February 21, 1975 - Image 38

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-21

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

38 Friday, Febniary 21, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shaarey Zedek USY to Help
Set Up for Purim Carnival

Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
-junior congregation will
help set up for the syn-
agogue's Purim carnival
8:30 p.m. Saturday. Persons
wishing to help may call
Danny Kurzmann,
356-7757, or Larry Lipnik,
356-1869.
Junior congregation will,
attend Shabat services to-
day and Saturday, and have
a luncheon for . junior con-

Births

a

Feb. 17 — To Mr: and
Mrs.. Alan J. Goldbaum
(Elaine Fleishman), 22425
Cranbrook Dr., Novi, a
daughter, Lesley Nicole.
*-- -* *
FEB. 14 —'To Mr. and
Mrs.. Mark D. Manhoff
(Carol Shapiro), 27361 Hy-
stone, Farmington, a daugh-
ter, Jill Stacey.

Feb. 13 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Lee J. Heiman (Jo-
Anne Rice), 24031 Meadow-
lark, Oak Park, a son, Rob-
ert Dean.
* *
Feb. 10 — To Mr. 'and
Mrs. Richard Green (Judy
Shulman), 24411 Bashian
Dr., Nevi, a daughter,
Sherri Nicole.
* * * -
Feb. 1, -- To Mr. and Mrs.
Chuck Chupack (Susan Pen-
ner), 28430 Everett, South-
field, a son, Nick Douglas.

Jan. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert Allen Getz
(Nancy Jean Israel), 14501
Park, Oak Park, a daughter,
Alissa Nell. -- -

To Mr. and Mrs. Mervin
Aronoff (Sheila Miller),
14820 Talbot, Oak Park, a
daughter, Stacy Lynn.

RABBI S. ZACHARIASH

Specialized

fn

MOREL -

Home or Hospital

557-9666

RABBI DR. LEO

GOLDMAN

Serving Detroit Since 1948

. Expert

Mohel

Serving Hospitals and Homes

LI 2-4444

547-8555

CANTOR SIDNEY

RUBE
Certified Mohel

358-1426 or 357-5544

Cantor SAMUEL

GREENBAUM
Certified

MOREL

Serving Homes 8 Hospitals

399-7194 — 547-7970

REV. HERSHI.

'ROTH

Certified MolteL

557-0888

557-3186

r

HILLEL

HAPPENINGS

gregation and their families By DAVID GOTTFRIED
following Shabat service
Hillel Day School held its
Saturday.
annual
science fair Feb. 11.
The group will -play bas-
Winner of the grand prize
ketball and volleyball March for the entire school' was
2 at Southfield Lathrup
Frank with her vis-
High School, boys and girls. Nancy
ual exhibit of "Microscopic
are invited. _
Second prize was
Applications are avail- Helpers."
awarded
to
David Raizman
able for the USY regional
convention. For applica- for his entry on "Which
tions, call Sander David- Mouthwash is Really Best?"
went to Steven
son, 358-4283. Applications Third prize and
Steven Levy
for the 1975 USY Summer Lupovitch
for
their
Work
on the Afri-
pilgrimage to Israel also
can
saint
paulia
plant.
are available. For infor-
were also awarded
mation call the synagogue in Prizes
each grade 'category.
office, 357-5544.
.
Ninth
grade winners were
Kadima youth wishing to - Harvey
Weiss (1st); Steve
help for the Purim carnival Weiner and Marc Baker
may call Heidi Baruch, (2nd), and Michael Fox
, 642-0825, or Jon Winston, (3rd). Honorable mentions
.557-7981. The group will went to Joel Schwartz, Av-
have an arts and crafts ery Gottfried and Mark
program March 2 and an Spalter.
,oneg Shabat March 7.
In the eighth grade,
Avery Lampert captured
first prize for his work on
"Fossils," while Michael
Burlant and Michael Thir-
man were awarded second
place for their project,
"Polymerization_ of an
Alkyd Resiri''. Molly -
By ZEV NADLER and
BindeS and Gail Wiener
- MARC HERSCHFUS
won third prize in the
This past Monday the pre- eighth grade. Honorable
1A and the nursery classes, mentions were awarded to
moved into the new addition Leah Icikson, Marcia Til-
of the yeshiva. This addi- chin, David Ran, Annette
tion has been split into two Weiss, Ellen Cash, Adam
large classrooms by a wall: Baker, Esther , Schwartz,
one for the pre-1A students DaVid Berkal, Susan
and one for the nursery Kling and Joel Young.
students.
Seventh grade winners
The floors of both -rooms were: Ruth- Gilbert and
have been covered with red Abby Robinson (1st); Eyal
carpeting and the walls have Tzeel (2nd), and Lisa Pad-
been painted with cheerful zensky (3rd). Honorable
pictures. The latest games 'mentions 'went to David
and toys have been added to Gottfried, Michal Hershkov-
the two rooms, Gym equip- itz, Lisa Charlip and Alicia
ment, such as jungle-gyms, Bias.
also have been added to the
In the sixth grade Sheila
rooms. There is also a li- Kramer and Andrea Reider--
brary of-books for the use of won first place; Carla Mintz
the students.
and Anita Liwazer won sec-
The -winner of the-school ond; and Susan Klein won
spelling bee was Mordechai third. Honorable Mentions
Kraus, a seventh grader, were awarded to Phil Ross
and the runner-up - was and Jeff Weiss.
David Wolfson, a -sixth
Finally, fifth grade win-
grader. Mrs. DesHarnais,
the sixth grade teacher, ners were Susan Berkal
read off the words to the (1st); -Suzanne Katz (2nd);
and Lisa Soleymani (3rd).
contestants.
A standing ovation was Honorable mentions went to
given to Mr. and Mrs. Sey- Talya Horowitz, Marsha
mour Rabinowitz Satur- - Bednarsh, and SharonUn-
day at the yeshiva's sixth gerleider. A
annual melava malka.
Rabinowitz is a supporter Beth Shalom USY
of the yeshivra, who do-
nates his time to _many of Study Session
the yeshiva's projects.
Beth Shalom Senior
The Beth Yehudah choir,
under the direction of Rabbi United Synagogue Youth
Aaron Davidson, enter- will have a study session fol-
tained the guests. At the lowing Shabat services Sat-
conclusion of the evening, urday at the synagogue. The
Dr. Arnold Eisenman pre- theme for the - day is
sented, on behalf of the "Songs." Singing and dis-
yeshiva, a Havdalah spice cussion will follow services,
box to Rabinowitz and a and luncheon will be served.
crystal vase to Mrs. Rabi-
The group will take a bus-
nowitz.
ride to Roy's Ranch for a
sleigh ride March 1. After
the sleigh ride, the group
Bayit to Have
will return to the synagogue
for singing, dancing and re-
Purim Program
freshments.

Beth Yeliuda
News Notes

The B'ayit will have a
Purim program 8 p.m. Monday
at the Bayit, 16845 Muirland.
Guests are invited to bring
gregers. Refreshments will be
served. For information, call
the Bayit, 861-1929.

Youth are invited to parti-
cipate in. Shabat services
9:30 a.m. Saturdays at the
synagogue. For informa-
tion, call • Ed Hurvitz,
557-0821.

Young Israel Plans Events

Hashachar Youth
to Have Meeting

'Hashachar, the Zionist
youth movement sponsored
by Hadassah, will hold its
opening meeting for 4thr7th
graders March 2, at the 10
Mile branch of the Jewish
Community Center.

The program. will allow
new members to affiliate
with the oldest and- largest
Zionist youth movement in
the country. An educational
Zionist youth movement,
Hashachar seeks to educate
and involve American Jew-
ish youth in issues concern-
ing ISrael and Judaism.

The program for the
younger age groups con-
sists of twice monthly
meetings. The meetings
feature games, stories,
arts and crafts projects,
Israeli singing and danc-
ing, and occasional discus-
sions and socio-dramas.
Special programs include
a field trip, scouting day,
or tobogganing party.

Hashachar sponsors nu-
merous summer programs,
Israel tours and work-study
programs. Camp Young
daea, in Chelsea, is_ forJew-
ish-youth- age 9-14. Camp
Tel Yehudah, the national
Hashachar camp, is located
in Barryville, N.Y.

The Michigan director for
Hashachar is Lenny Mar-
cus. For information, con-
tact the Hadassah Youth
Commission chairman, Mrs.
Maxine Schiller, 353-2591,
Hadassah House, BR
3-5441, or Marcus, director,
in Ann Arbor, 761-5751. For
information on the high
school group, contact Reva
Soberman, president,
342-3656.

r

BBYO

Business

Young Israel Halutzim
(grades 3-5) - will hold a
Purim Shabat meeting 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home
of David and Jenny Mandel-
baum, 24260 Gardner, Oak
Park. There will be games
and refreshments.
The Halutzim group will
sponsor an afternoon of
movies and treats, featuring
a full length Walt Disney
movie, 2:30 p.m. March 2, at
Young Israel of Greenfield.
Refreshments will be
served. There will be a small
charge.
A special afternoon of
arts and crafts will be
presented for 4-7 year olds
12:30-2 p.m. March 2 at
Yourig _Israel of Green-
field. There will also be
games and refreshments,
free of charge.

Young Israel will resume
its weekly Shabat meetings
for 4-7 year olds with a
Purim-party March 8. Meet-
ings are held 2:30 p.m. every
Saturday-at Young Israel of
Greenfield. Games and re-
freshments are featured.

For more information on
Young_ Israel junior group
events, contact co-ordinator
Hartley Harris at 968-3563.

ANTIQUE.
FLEA
MARKET

Free Admission

Feb. 23rd, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

BOYS & GIRLS
thAti

Vtw' Center
10 1 /2 Mile & Greenfield

Roma Hall E. Detroit
Gratiot nr. 10 Mile

Schaupeter
Promotions
Info & booth space

282-0040 & 731-9560

GET LOST IN ONTARIO THIS SUMMER

and find yourself for life! !

a challenging program for teenagers camping with the Arts, led by a
distinguished faculty of qualified professionals

and for Tennis
playing Adults ...

MUSIC

PHOTOGRAPHY

The Inn & Tennis Club

THEATRE

PRINTMAKING

at Manitou

DANCE

TENNIS

821 Eglinton Ave., W.,

FILM

RIDING

Toronto M5N 1E6

PAINTING

SAILING

POTTERY

WATERSKIING

SCULPTURE

at Manitou-wabing

(4161 783-6168
Detroit Area Rep
Joel Verbin (Windsor)
Coll collect
(519) 735-3157

Sports & Arts Centre

Parry Sound Ontario

d

N1P.,

k'r- T'F'4466!"11.1 '

I.

'4 A

4

:11 )* -

Samson AZA will play a
team of disc jockeys from
radio station WWWW 8
p.m: March 1 at Norup Jun-
ior High School, 14450.Man-
hattan, Oak Park. Funds
raised from the game will be
donated to the BBYO Inter-
national Service Fund. For
information, call Alan or
Burt Kideckel, 968-4857.

THE JEWISH

# # #
The AZA Basketball
League will play 9 a.m. Sun-
day at the Windsor Jewish
Community Centre. Divi-
sion 1 leader is Herzl AZA
with 2 wins and 1 loss, and
Division 2 leaders are Ein-
stein AZA and Goode AZA
tied at 3 wins and no losses.
The league scoring leader is
Harry Glanz of Einstein
AZA with a 20.6 points per
game average.-

JULES and MARY ABRAMS

# # , #
The name of Mike Rosen
of Rose AZA . was inadver-
tently left out of the re-
gional convention report.
Rosen won both the left-
and right-handed arm-wres-
tling at the convention. Con-
vention coordinators were
4arbara Bank -of Zangwill
BBG and Paul Chatlin of
Goode AZA.

IN H EVE

WITH

News, Interviews and Beautiful Music

Monday through ThUisday,
9:00. to 10:00 a.m.

"ROZHINKES
mit MANDLEN"

ON RADIO 1090 Am

No.I AM
FoRlION
LANGuligE
LAIDIO STATION

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan