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February 13, 1976 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Births

Feb. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Bassin
(Ronna Kritzer), 23480
Church, Oak Park, a son,
Benjamin Scott.
* * *
Feb. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Wool (Barbara Lev-
ine), 13333 Lincoln, Hun-
tington Woods, a daughter,
Rebecca Ida.
* * *
Feb. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jeffrey Bradley (Beth Rad-
erman), 28129 Franklin Rd.,
Southfield, a son, Darrin.
* * *
Feb. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.

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* * *
Feb. 2 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Stephen Boodin (Lynda
Margolis), 14421 Elm, Oak
Park, a daughter, Natalie
Elizabeth.
* * *
Feb. 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Shapiro (Elaine
Yashinsky), 5024 Mansfield,
Royal Oak, a daughter,
Dana Jill.
* * *
Jan. 27 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Donald H. Burdick
(Rhoda Levinson), former
West Bloomfield residents
of Glenview, Ill., a son, Marc
Yale.
* * *
Jan. 12 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Brown (Sherry
Shepherd), former Detroit-
ers of Woodstock, Ill., a son,
Cameron Shepherd.
* * *
Dec. 23 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Werber (Margi
Miller), 14830 Borgman,
Oak Park, a son, Geoffrey
Scott.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Erik Leh-
mann (Ursala Sitzman of
Detroit), of New York City,
New York, a son, Avrohom
Shlomo.
* * *
To former Detroiter
Rabbi and Mrs. Y. Michael
Sitzman (Esther Schwab) of
Jerusalem, Israel, a daugh-
ter, Nechama Tova.

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Youth News

Bnai Moshe USY Dance Near

Cong. Bnai Moshe Kadi-
mah United Synagogue
Youth group will sponsor a
city-wide dance 8 p.m. Sat-
urday in the synagogue.
Proceeds will benefit the
group's annual educational
trip to Toronto. For infor-
mation, call Sharon Lan-
dau, adviser, 545-6951.
Giborim USY (grades 3
and 4) will have an oneg
Shabat at the home of Har-
tley Harris, 25611 Colleen,
Oak Park, following 10 a.m.
services in the synagogue
board room. The oneg will
include luncheon, singing,
dancing and games. For in-
formation, call Marla Magy,
548-9055.
Chalutzim USY will go to
the Shrine Circus Sunday,
meeting 1:15 p.m. in the
synagogue youth lounge.

Beth Shalom
USY Lunch Set

Beth Shalom United Syn-
agogue Youth will have a
study luncheon Saturday,
following 9:30 a.m. services,
in the synagogue. Andee
Tarnoff will speak on her
trip through Eastern Eu-
rope on the Western Euro-
pean USY Pilgrimage Trip
this past summer.
The group will go to Mt.
Vernon Nursing Home Sun-
day to spend some time with
the residents. On Feb. 20,
the chapter will hold an
oneg Shabat. The youth will
lead Kabalat Shabat serv-
ices, which will be followed
by a presentation dealing
with the history of USY,
which is celebrating its 25th
anniversary.

BSUSY will go roller
skating Feb. 28 at Ambas-
sador Roller Rink. All are
invited, and there is a
charge. Drivers are
needed.

Kadima will participate
in the city-wide kinnus on
March 5-7. The kinnus will
have participants from all
over the city, plus some
from Kalamazoo, Flint,
Grand Rapids and Benton
Harbor. The theme of the
weekend is "Jewish Hu-
mor." For information, con-
tact Stuart Horowitz,
533-2515.

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In Michigan"

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For tickets, call adviser
Steve Kideckel, 968-1765.

Junior congregation will
award prizes to the top
three members who bring
in the most new members
during the group's mem-
bership drive. Junior con-
gregation meets 10 a.m.
Saturdays in the board
room.

For information on youn-
ger youth activities at Bnai
Moshe, contact the coordi-
nator, Hartley Harris,
968-3563.

Volunteers Sought

for Israel 'Dig'

NEW YORK — The He-
brew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion is seek-
ing volunteers to participate
in its newest archeological
excavation at Tel Dan, Is-
rael for the summer.
The Nelson Glueck School
of Biblical Archeology,
HUC-JIR, in cooperation
with the Department of
Antiquities and Museums of
the state of Israel and the
Semitic Museum of Harvard
University, began the Tel
Dan "dig" in the summer of
1974.
There will be two sessions
this summer for those inter-
ested in working at the site
as volunteers, although ap-
plicants are encouraged to
participate for the full sea-
son, June 19 to Aug. 6.
The dig will be guided by
Dr. Avraham Biran, direc-
tor of the Nelson Glueck
School of Archeology and
adjunct professor of biblical
archeology, and a staff of
field supervisors and techni-
cal assistants, all of whom
have had extensive field ex-
perience and advance aca-
demic training in Syro-Pa-
lestinian archeology.
For information and ap-
plications, write Dr. Paul M.
Steinberg, Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, 40 W. 68 St., New
York City, N. Y. 10023.

Youth Groups Plan
Rollerskating Event

Cong. Beth Abraham-Hil-
lel's junior youth group and
the Dor Chadash group will
have a rollerskating party
Sunday, meeting noon at
the synagogue.
Participants are asked to
bring lunch and snacks will
be provided. There is a nom-
inal charge, and drivers are
needed. For information,
call Pauline Klein or An-
drea Rogoff at the syn-
agogue, 851-6880.
The junior youth group
will present a variety show
12:30 p.m. Feb. 29 in the so-
cial hall. The public is in-
vited. To participate in the
show, call Ms. Rogoff,
535-8183.

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