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40 January 30, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

USY Plans Trip to Circus

Cong. Bnai Moshe's Kadi- China Jones, will be em-
mah United Synagogue cee.
Youth group (grades 7-8)
Story Hour nage 3-5) and
will go to the Shrine Circus Story--Hour II (age 6-9) are
Sunday, meeting 1:15 p.m. held 10 a.m. Saturdays dur-
at the synagogue. For infor- ing services in the syn-
mation, call the adviser, agogue. Junior congregation
Sharon Landau, 545-6951. meets in the board room,
For reservations, call the with services conducted by
youth lounge, 548-3123.
Mark Eichner.
Chalutzim USY (grades
Junior congregation is
5-6) will host an oneg Sha- conducting a membership
bat 6:30 p.m. Feb. 6 in the drive. Prizes will be
home of the adviser, Steve awarded to persons bring-
Kideckel, 23101 Wildwood, ing the most new members.
Oak Park. Shabat dinner Membership is gained by at-
will be served at a nominal tending three Shabat serv-
charge. For information and ices.
reservations, call Steve,
The younger youth tal-
968-1765.
ent show scheduled for
Giborim USY (grades 3-4) Jan. 25 was postponed due
will go to the Shrine Circus to inclement weather.
Feb. 8, meeting 1:15 p.m. at
For information on youn-
the synagogue. For infor- ger youth activities, contact
mation, call the adviser coordinator Hartley Harris,
Marla Magy, 548-9055.
968-3563, or the youth
A city-wide dance will lounge, 548-3123.
be sponsored by the Kadi-
mah group 7:30 p.m. at
Cong. Bnai Moshe. Yiddish Group
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Youth News

Beth Abraham-Hillel Youth
Will Lead Shabat Services

Cong. Beth Abraham-Hil-
lel's youth Sabbath will be
celebrated Saturday begin-
ning with 9 a.m. services in
the synagogue.
A hand-embroidered To-
rah mantle, honoring the
Bicentennial, will be pre-
sented the synagogue by
vIarci Levin on behalf of the
youth. Jack Schon, vice
president and chairman of
the board, will accept the
gift on behalf of the syn-
agogue.
Luncheon will be served,
and Rabbi Israel I. Halpern,
spiritual leader, will deliver
an address.
Participating in the Sha-
bat services are: Robert Nus-

baum, Ronald Boraks, Benjamin Per-
ess, David Peress, Larry Mondry, Fred
Smith, Stuart Cykiert, Gordon Smith,
Neal Cohen, Mark Kalt, Michael Levin,

YI Teens Slate
Oneg Shabat

Young Israel Teens will
have an oneg Shabat 8:30
p.m. today in the home of
Rabbi and Mrs. Fievel Wag-
ner, 14430 Northfield, Oak
Park. There will be singing,
refreshments and a guest
speaker.
Reservations for the Pis-
tons vs. Milwaukee basket-
ball game, which Young Is-
rael Teens will attend
Wednesday, are now being
taken. For information, con-
tact Julie Torgow, 548-0424,
or Sheri Mandel, 542-3067.
Young Israel Teens will
have their annual Torah
Fund Concert April 4 at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
For tickets and information,
call Janet Fink, 399-0668.
"YIT" room is held 8-10
p.m. Tuesdays at Young Is-
rael of Oak-Woods. Young
Israel Teens hold youth
services for anyone between
age 13-18 every Shabat
morning at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. For informa-
tion call Ronnie Schwarz-
berg, 557-2792 or Sheri.

Bnai David Juniors
Change Schedule

Neil Merzin, Jeff Merzin, Nairn Peress,
Scott Rosenberg, Jay Cykiert, Ronald
Segall, Joseph Silver and Steven Dub-
rinsky.

Also participating are:

Aaron Shapiro, Louis Colmenson, Jay
Levin, Margie Liboff, Arnold Levin,
Neil Appel, Jeff Rubin, Alan Rosen-
berg, David Waldman, Curtis Emmer,
Andy Cykiert, Bonnie Shapiro, Arlene
Mainster, Louis and Risa Calmenson,
Nancy Pickover, Stacy- Waldman and
Elizabeth Peress.

For luncheon reservations
and information, call the
synagogue school office,
851-6880.

Hashachar Plans
Special Dinner

Hashachar will have a
special bargain-priced,
home-cooked dinner 5 p.m.
Feb. 15 at Hadassah House,
16240 W. Seven Mile. For in-
formation, call Lisa Parel,
543-1074.
The Hadassah-sponsored
Zionist youth group will go
cross-country skiing,
weather permitting, Feb.
22. In case of inclement
weather, the group will go
bowling, meeting noon at
the home of Alan Havis,
27465 Harvard, Southfield.
There is a nominal charge.
For information, call Alan,
356-3905.
Members are requested to
turn in their fees for the
February convention. For
information, call Mike Levy,
Detroit area director,
869-1311.

Beth Achim Group
Sets Sleigh Ride

Cong. Beth Achim Lahav
group, United Synagogue
Youth, will have a sleigh
ride, meeting 7 p.m. Satur-
day at the synagogue.
There is a charge, which
will include transportation
to and from Real Life
Farms. For reservations,
call Pam Lippitt, 353-4477.
Lahav holds its own serv-
ices 10 a.m. every Saturday
in the daily chapel. The
group will conduct services
in the main sanctuary Feb.
14. It will be followed by a
luncheon given by the Beth
Achim Sisterhood.
For information on the
group's activities, call Jerry
Friedman, president,
968-4558.

Cong. Bnai David's junior
congregation has changed
its schedule. The group will
meet 9:30 a.m. Saturdays in
the Bloch Chapel, beginning
Saturday.
Maccabee youth group
will have an oneg Shabat Lahav USY Slates
Saturday in the synagogue
following Shabat morning Sleigh Ride Event
services. Youth age 10-12
Lahav Chapter, United
and all junior congregation Synagogue Youth affiliate
members are invited. The at Cong. Beth Achim, will
oneg, chaired by Alex have a sleigh ride Saturday,
Abramson, will feature meeting 7 p.m. at the syn-
luncheon, games, discussion agogue.
and dramatic presentation.
Cost of the evening in-
Maccabee and Gibborim cludes the sleigh ride and
groups will go to the Shrine transportation to and from
Circus Feb. 8. Chavayrim is the synagogue. Friends are
still seeking donations of invited.
books for its library-in-Is-
rael project. To make dona-
Who is happy? He that
tions, call Mayer Fox, sees a blossoming world
557-5085, or Marc Prussian, And gives it his blessing.
557-2090.
Who is strong? He that re-
For information on Bnai strains his grief And
David _youth activities, call teaches it to smile.
the youth line, 557-8325.
—Baruch Katznelson

OPEC Third World Aid Fails
to Match Increased Oil Costs

TEL AVIV — Maurice J.
Williams, chairman of the
Development Assistance.
Committee of the Organiza-
tion for Economic Coopera-
tion and Development, in a
recent article in Foreign
Affairs, analyzed the aid
program of the OPEC coun-
tries and their effect on
those Third World develop-
ing countries most severely
hit by the rise in oil prices.
"The World Bank has es-
timated that economic prog-
ress for many developing
countries for the remainder
of the decade will not be
possible without substan-
tially increased levels of aid.
"Whether measured by
the overall $13 billion in-
crease in oil costs, or the
still larger figures if one in-
cludes the added cost of
food, fertilizer and manu-
factured goods, the need for
additional capital assistance
is enormous.
"The deterioration in
the current account deficit
of non-oil developing coun-
tries was more than $20
billion in 1974. Recession
in the OPEC countries
(Western Europe, Japan
and North America) dur-
ing 1975 has added a fur-
ther $10 billion as the
Third World's terms ,and
volume of trade declined,
and the current account
deficit of the non-oil Third
World appears likely to go
from $11.3 billion in 1973 to
about $42 billion in 1975.
"Recovery in the econo-
mies of the industrial coun-
tries will see a revival of
trade markets in 1976, but
structurally higher prices
for oil, food and industrial
imports will result in an in-

creased average annual cap-
ital requirement of about
$20 billion for the non-oil
Third World for the remain-
der of the decade.
"Although OPEC has con-
tributed the bulk of the in-
creased flow of long-term fi-
nancing resources/ to
developing countries in
1974-75. this increased
OPEC flow is equivalent to
only about 25 percent of the
additional financing re-
quirements of the non-oil
Third World due to struc-
turally higher prices. The
OPEC effort is even less if
allowance is made for the
fact that much of OPEC aid
is directed to Egypt and
Syria, which are net export
ers of oil."

Places Available
at Camp Tamarack

Applications will be avail-
able beginning Monday
from the Fresh Air Society
for its summer camp pro-
grams, including those at
the society's two main
Camp Tamarack sites,
Brighton and Ortonville.
For information or appli-
cations, call the society,
851-7733.

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