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February 28, 1975 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-28

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Friends of Late
Mrs. Widenbaum
Sought in Detroit


Beth Yehuda
News Notes

An article appearing in
last week's Jewish News
inadvertently stated that
Shimon Migdal_of Tel Aviv
was searching in Detroit for
relatives named Widen-
baum to attend a relative's
Bar Mitzva in Israel. The ar-
ticle should have stated that
he was looking in Detroit
for friends of the late Es-
ther Widenbaum. Migdal
can be contacted by writing
at 14 Moleliany, Tel
, Israel.


Beth Moses USY
to Have Activity

Beth Moses United Syn-
agogue Youth will have a
Chinese- Auction 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the synagogue.
Participants are asked to
bring a wrapped, inexpen-
sive gift. For reservations,
call Garry Frank, KE


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celebrated Purim. It was a
very exciting day. Each
class decorated its room and
dressed as different coun-
tries and places of fact and
fiction. They ranged from
Transylvania and Switzer-
land to heaven and hell. It
was a very successful event.
The annual Hillel fund-
raising concert will be pre -
sented 7:30 p.m. March 9 at
Ford Auditorium. This year ,
we have Bill Cosby, with/
special guest Marilyn Mi-'
chaels and the Don Palmer
The Hillel Science Fair
was held Feb. 11. It was the
best science fair the school
has had. The grand prize
went to 8th grader Nancy
Frank. Second place went to
David Raizman, 8th grade,
and 3rd prize to Steven Levy
and Steven Lupovitch, both
7th graders.

Parents to Start
Activities for
Disabled Teens


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Persons are being sought
who are interested in begin-
ning a social and cultural
group for multiply handi-
capped Jewish teenagers.
According to Rita Rubin,
a registered nurse, there are
several groups operating in
the city for persons with
specific handicaps such as
blindness and deafness, but
none for the teen with mo-
tor or physical disabilities.
Parents of teenagers who
are interested in starting
such a group may call Mrs.
Rubin, 557-8763.

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Bnai Moshe Youth to See Ice Capades at Olympia

Bnai Moshe youth invite.
all parents and children to
attend its second annual
family evening at the Ice Ca-
pades March 16. Partici-
pants will meet at 5 p.m. at
the synagogue, and proceed
by chartered bus to Olympia
Stadium. Participants may
bring dinner if they wish.
Tickets must be reserved be-

Nazi Survivor's
Best Seller Due

"A Book of Life: To Find
Happiness, Courage and
Hope" which has been a
best-selling sequel in Eu-
rope for two years to Martin
Gray's best seller "For
Those I Loved" has just been
released in the United
States. •
The author will be in De-
troit in mid-March to prom-
ote his new book, and will be
interviewed by The Jewish
"For Those I Loved" has
been translated into 18 lan-
_ ith the
guages, and deals w
author's way of handling
the loss of his family in an
accident after he had sur-
vived a Nazi concentration
camp 30 years before.
"A Book of Life" answers
the questions raised by au-
diences throughout the
world following publication
of the earlier book.

Student Wins
Math Award

Bruce Fleischer, a ninth
grade student at Roeper
School, took fourth place
and won a silver award, in
the 18th annual Michigan
Mathematics Prize Compe-
Bruce, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Fleischer of
Providence Dr., Southfield,
was the only freshman at
this year's award program.
He also won a scholarship to
be used for his college edu-

Center Has Group
for Handicapped

The Circle of Handi-
capped Friends, a program
for adult men and women
with physical handicaps,
meets regularly on the first
and third Monday of each
month at the main Jewish
Community Center.
Group activities include
discussions, speakers, trips,
and celebration of Jewish
holidays. Arrangements can
be made to provide trans-
portation. For information,
contact the Group Services
office, 341-4200.

Beth Shalom USY
Plans Sleighride

Beth Shalom United Syn-
agogue Youth will have a
sleighride at Roy's Ranch,
Saturday, meeting 1:30 p.m.
at the synagogue.
Kadima Group will play
basketball Sunday at the
Jewish Community Center.
For information, contact
Stuart Horowitz, 533-2515.

fore Thursday. Reservation
forms are available by call-
ing the synagogue, 548-9000.-

Senior United Synagogue
Youth holds Shabat services
10 a.m. Saturdays in the
chapel. Teens in grades 9-12
are invited to the service and
kidush following. Monte
Schloss is adviser.




The third grade visited
the Henry Ford Museum
recently. At the museum
they saw the type of cars,
planes, helicopters, trains
and coaches that were used
in the past. They saw how
people used to travel before
present-day autos and other
travelling conveniences
came into use. The children
were told the history of each
project and who invented it.
They were also told how
each one worked. The fourth
and fifth grades also went
on a field trip to the mu-
The children took note of
log roads made from the
abundance of trees in Michi-
gan. They saw the largest
train in the world called the
"Allegheny." The museum
had to dismantle part of a
wall to bring the train into
the building.
The children also saw the
"Duesenburg" that was
bought at an auction for
$200,000 and also the Presi-
dential cars.
Rabbi Lowy, a mesifta
rebbe, has organized a
special melave malke for
all mesifta students. So far
the melave malkas, which
are held every two weeks
on Motzai Shabat, have
been successful.
During the meal a stu-
dent gets up and gives a
Dvar Torah to the other stu-
dents. Yiddish songs usually
accompany the meal. After
the meal is over there is an
entertainment program.
For every melave malka a
different group of -mesifta
students are chosen to be on
the committee. This way
everyone has a chance to
participate in the organiza-
tion of a melave malka.

Ohio Synagogue
Has Camp Program
for Teenagers

Havurat Yisrael, a six-
week summer adventure in
Israel for teenagers from
Michigan and Ohio, is being
offered by Temple Bnai Is-
rael, Toledo.
The program includes
sight-seeing, kibutz and
youth village accomodations
and a total Jewish cultural
experience. Cantor Robert
Shapiro is supervisor.
Departure from Detroit is
June 30. For information,
write Havurat Yisrael, in
care of Temple Bnai Israel,
2727 Kenwood Blvd., Toledo,
Ohio, 43606.

Kadima (grades 7-8) will
sponsor a trip to a pinball
arcade March 9, meeting
1:15 p.m. at the synagogue.
Reservations may be made
by calling the group trea-
surer, Ralph Naftaly,
968-2354, or adviser, Sharon
Landau, 545-6951.
Halutzim (grades 5-6)
will hold an evening mys-
tery bus ride 4 p.m. Sun-
day. The group will meet
at the synagogue. A bag
dinner may be brought.
Halutzim member David
Drasnin is in charge of the
event. For reservations,
contact adviser Diane
Goldring, 851-3728.
Halutzim members are
preparing a fund-raising


event including a talent
show to take place in the
coming month. Adam Got-
tlieb is fund-raising chair-
man. Kenny Alter and Mar-
shall Abrin are event co-
Junior congregation holds
Shabat youth services for
youngsters, ages 9-13, 10
a.m. Saturdays in the board
room. Story Hour is held 10
a.m. Saturdays for ages 3-5
and 6-9 in the school build-
ing. Each group joins the
main congregation during
regular services, and has its
own special kidush.
For information, contact
Danny Kaplan at the syn-
agogue youth office,


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