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December 12, 1975 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-12

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Zionist Youth Foundation
Has Israel Teens Program

WEST

Our Ancestry_

ONE .=M N
ORCHESTRA

One of the major respon-
Bar Mitzva's
sibilities of our lives is to
— Candle Lighting
NEW YORK - - Today's
problems and triumphs of choose our ancestry with
An niversaries-Weddings
Israelis who are strug;- care — to decide which trad-
high school student is more
House Parties-Dances Etc.
gling to create a city or to ition and heritage from our
worldly than his predeces-
Standards to Rock
built up a kibutz. By living past should claini our loy-
sor and is not content to idle
$20.00 Wedding Ceremony
among
the
Israelis
and
away six months- of his life.
alty and allegiance. s
Freddy Sheyer 398-2462
working with them —
He is searching for a con-
—Bernard L. Berzon
picking fruit, milking
structive and challenging
way to spend : the last six. cows, building houses,
staffing day care centers
months of high school — A
— the graduates become
period found to be boring by
• intergrated into Israeli
most high school seniors.
society and get to inti-
The American Zionist
mately know Israelis from
Youth Foundation has de-
two different walks of life.
veloped a new program to
Departure date for the
meet this need. Called Pro-
ject "Etgar", which means
early high school-graduates
- or for any high school
"challenge" in Hebrew, it of-
fers the early graduate the
graduate up to the age of 25
CHARTER SERVICE TO
opportunity to make a real
in this program is tenta-
PONTIAC STADIUM & RETURN
contribution while gaining a
tively scheduled for Feb. 10.
valuable 'life expel fence be-
The American Zionist
fore entering college or the
Youth Foundation is a na-
work world.' -
tional agency which spon-
In this program, he would
sOrs educational programs
Leaves 9 Mile & Coolidge, Oak Park, 2:15 p.m.'
and services for American
spend six months in Israel
Jewish youth.
learning Hebrew, living and
4 p.m. Kickoff
$3.75
per person
For information, write
working on a kibutz and in a
American Zionist Youth
development town and tour-
ing the land.
Foundation, Inc.,,515 Park
Ave., New York City, N. Y.
Participants become
personally -involved in the '10022 (212-751-6070).

TIMES ROLL

WHERE THE

URember 17,-1975 37

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Saturday 6 p.m. - 2:30 a.m.

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FREE Makeup Demonstration

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Youth to Conduct Shabat Services

Gong. Bnai David will
have Shabat services for
high - school-age youth 10
a.m. Saturday in the Block
Chapel.
Regular junior congrega-
tion services will be held
concurrently in the board
room. Beginning Dec. 20,
services for youth age 4-8
will be held in the youth
lounge. -
Raffi Poupko was elected
president of the Maccabee
group at its recent election
meeting. Other officers are:
Alex Abramson and Karen

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Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. 9-6
Fri. 9-9; Sat 8-7; SUN. 8-4

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9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday thru Saturday

KE 4-7522

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Winter Day Camp

From 1 to 8 Days

ages 3 thru 7

Dec. 22 - Jan. 2 - 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Lunches Included—Trans. Optional

Call 857-4666

- Culture Luncheon
Planned by Youth

2313 West 12 Mile Rd., Berkley
1 /2 Blk. E. of Coolidge

FELDBRO QUALITY MEATS

Burg, vice presidents; Janet
Kresch, secretary;. -and
David Burg, treasurer.
Gibborim (grades 3-5)
will have elections Sun-
day, followed by a roller-
skating party at the Am-
bassador Rink. Youth are
asked to bring a dairy
lunch, and will meet 1:30
p.m. in the board room.
Chavayrim (grades 9-12)
Will meet 2 p.m_. Sunday at
the youth lounge to go duck-
pin bowling. There is a
charge. For information,
call Mayer Fox, 557-5085;
Paul/ Levine; 354-3845; or
the youthline, 557-8325.

orroww"ftvr"livier-No.

The Cong. Beth Moses
United Synagogue Youth
group will have a culture
luncheon following 9. a.m.
Shabat services Saturday in
the synagogue. Rabbi Wil-
liam Blank of the Wayne
State • University Hillel
Foundation will speak.

The group will have a pin-
ball and dinner social 2:45
p.m. Sunday, meeting at the
synagogue. A party will fol-
low at 5 p.m. There is a.
charge. For reservations by
today, call Julie Frank,
537-3112.

The youth will sponsor an
all-city dance featuring
Mark Goldenberg and the
Kol Yisrael ensemble 8:30
p.m. Jan. 10 in the syn-
agogue. There is a charge.

1• • •
Activities
1
in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Louis
(Bessie) Bromberg, former
Detroiters of North Miami
-Beach, Fla., will celebrate
their 60th wedding anniver-
sary Tuesday. The Brom-
bergs were married in De-
troit. They_ have one
daughter, one grandson and
one great-grandson.

There's no mistaking your
feelings when you present one of
these uniquely designed
pendants. Stars of Love. Three -

sizes in 14 carat gold. A
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starry eyed. From $45. Also in
sterling silver from $20.

Open Evenings

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869 West Long Lake Road, just east of Telegraph .. 646-0973

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