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March 14, 1975 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-14

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52 Friday,
y, March 14, 1.1.1
1975

Teen House Due
at Center Branch

The Jewish Community
Center and Bnai Brith
Youth Organization will co-
sponsor an evening at Teen
House 7:36-10 p-.m. ThurS-
day at the 10 Mile branch of
the Jewish Center.
The evening will include
Israeli dancing with Uri
Segal, a cafe, featuring re-
freshments and dancing,
rap gioups and open forum,
an arts and crafts area, bas-
ketball, volleyball, trampo-
line and acrobatics and
•other activities.
A special feature of the
evening will be a meeting
with some Israeli teens who
are touring the United
States meeting American
teenagers. The Teen House
is open to teenagers in the
9th-12th grades. Nominal
charge. For information,
call group services at the
Center, 341-4200.

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7 TO T7

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WOMEN 18 AND OVER

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Stade nts Due Here

Two Israeli high school
students, Tel Band and
Sonia Goren, will arrive in
Detroit Sunday for a week-
long visit to area high
schools to talk about their
lives in Israel.

dancing, expecially modern
and classical ballet, and en-
joys doing volunteer work.

TAL BAND

Tal, 17, is a sixth7gener-

SONIA GOREN

The two, rho will be
hosted here by the Detroit
Zionist Federation, are visit-
ing the U.S. under a pro-
gram authorized by the Is-
raeli Foreign Office. This
year, for the first time, a
group of American youth
will go to Israel for a similar
visit.
Sonia, 16, lives on Kibut z
Bet Ha'emek with her Bri-
tish-born parents. She likes

MICHIGAN-OHIO SUMMER -ADVENTURE

SIX WONDERFUL WEEKS IN ISRAEL

AGES: 14-18 YEARS AND
COLLEGE LEADERSHIP GRQUP.
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$1336.00

ation Israeli whose family
was one of the 60 which
founded Tel Aviv. A stu-
dent at Herzlia High
School, Tal studies mathe-
matics and physics. He
likes sight-seeing, music
and is interested in poli-
tics, law, history, psychol-
. ogy and literature.
- The two will be at Berkley
High School 9 a.m.-2:50
p.m., Monday; Farmington
High School 8:40 a.m.-2:15
p.m., Tuesday; Seaholin
High School 9'a.m.-3:10 p.m.
Wednesday and Southfield
High School 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Thursday.
For information, call
Raya Jackson, 547-8844 or
968-1044.

HAZZAN ROBERT SHAPIRO

Beth Yehudal
News Notes

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Mark Baumgarten was
Senior United Synagogue
Youth will hear a sermon by recently elected to the posi-
Rabbi Joel Roth of the Jew- tion of social vice president
ish Theological Seminary, of Kadima.
during Shabat services Sat-
Giborim (grades 3-4) will
urday at Cong. Bnai Moshe. hold an oneg Shabat pro-
Fannie Brice Chapter,
Rabbi Roth is a former gram 8 p.m. March 21, at Bnai Brith Girls, will have a
United Synagogue Youth the home of adviser Steve BBYO Passover seder 4:30
member of Bnai Moshe.
Kidekel, Oak Park. Friends p.m. March 21 at the Bnai
Senior USY will hold a are invited. For informa- Brith' Council Office, 21711
general meeting 7:15 p.m. tion; •contict Steve, W. 10 Mile, Southfield.
Saturday in the synagogue. .968-1765.
There is a nominal charge,
Following the meeting, the
Talit and Tefilin, for and the Sabbath oneg Sha-
group ,will proceed to the .boys, age 13 and older, will bat is open to all BBYO
Regional Rally being held at hold regular services, members.
Cong. Beth Moses.
breakfast and bowling
The group has resched- 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Prior to
uled its social action service the breakfast, the group
project for 1:30 p.m. Sunday will hear a guest speaker,
in the youth lounge._
and discuss the upcoming
BOYS & GIRLS
Bnai Moshe youth, educational trip.

Lincoln
For information on youth
grades 1-8, is sponsoring
- WettLI Ceiiter•
its second annual family activities at lErnai Moshe,
10 1 /2 Mile & Greenfield
evening at the Ice Capades contact the youth office at
on Sunday meeting 5 p.m. the synagogue, 548-9000.
at the synagogue. Bus
transportation will , be
provided.
AKIVA HEBREW DAY SCHOOL
Kadima (grades 7-8) will
STUDENT COUNCIL
hold a social 4 p.m. MarCh
presents ,
'23 at the synagogue. For
information, contact adviser
Sharon Landau, 545-6951.

.

ISRAEL YOUTH TOUR

A SEPERATE
17 DAY

Bnai Moshe Youth Events

33 1-1. %dant.. Detroit

B _ y MARC HERSCHF/US
and
ZEV NADLER

The Studerit Organization
of the yeshiva has opened a
canteen for selling candy.
All types of strictly-kosher
candy is available for the
students at special low
prices. Baruch Kelman who
runs the canteen opens it
during every free-period.
The profits of the candy
sales go to the yeshiva, and
to other charitable organi-
zations.
In addition to our Hebrew
studies, our Rosh Yeshiva,
Rabbi Leib Bakst-, gives a
special speech on ethics,
commandments of humil-
ity, the love for HaShem
and getting along with other
people.
Sessions are given every
two weeks - on a Tuesday to
the students of Rabbi
Lowe's and Rabbi Litwak's
class. These speeches are
usually given right after
prayers.
Harav
Following
Bakst's speech the stu-_
dents eat their breakfast.
After breakfast the stu-
dents go to their class-
rooms and learn Gemara
with their respective rab-
bis.
• The sixth grade English
class , has displayed on the
school bulletin board, arti-
cles of people they inter
• viewed. The purpose of the
interviews is to teach the
children how to take notes
and how to use correct
grammar. This-project was
a tremendous success.

TEVYE AND HIS DAUGHTERS

Date: March 18 IL 20, 1975

Place: Akiva Hebrew Day School -
21550 W. 12 Mile Road
Southfield, Michigan 48075
DONATION
Lamed Auditorium
ADULTS: $2.50
Time 7:30
STUDENTS: $2.00


Akiva
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The halls of Akiva were
filled with festivity re-
cently. The elementary
school was treated to two
plays presented by the kin-
dergarten and the fourth
grade.
The junior and senior
high schools attended an
assembly in which each
class sang their respective
songs. Following the assem-
bly, each shiur returned to
their classroom to set up
their booths for the carni-
val.
Shiur Gimel Boys served
hot dogs, pickles and pop.
Shiur 4.1eph Girls distrib
uted popcorn. A horror
'house was set up by Shiur
Bet Girls. Shiurs Aleph and
Bet goys presented a play.
Shiur -Gimel Girls had a
mother-daughter fashion
show Monday.

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LAST CHANCE
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FOR SPRING
CLASSES

YI Junior Groups
to See. Ice Show

NEW 4 WEEK
INTRODUCTORY DANCE
CLASSES IN . .
TAP, BALLET, JAZZ AND
ACROBATICS
Ages 3 Thru High School

Young Israel junior
groups will sponsor a family
afternoon at the Ice Ca-
pades Sunday at Olympia
Stadidm, meeting 1 p.m. at
Young Israel of Greenfield.

Junior Young Israel
Teens (grades 6-8) will hold
a special Youth Shabat this
Saturday at Young. Israel of
Greenfield. Group members
will lead services, and then
participate in a luncheon in
their honor.
The Halutzim (grades
3-5) will hold a mystery
road rally March 23, meet-
ing 1:30 p.m. at Young Is-
rael of Greenfield. There
will be surprises and re-'
freshments.
For information on
Young Israel junior group
events, call co-ordinator,
Hartley Harris, 968-3563.

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CLASSES START
IN FEBRUARY

NO CONTRACTS
NO ENROLLMENT, FEES
FREE TRANSPORTATION

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CALL 588-0300 OR 357-1215
FOR INFORMATION



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