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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

I

Youth News

Bnai Moshe USY to Hold
Dinner and Oneg Shabat

Cong. Bnai Moshe's Ka-
dima United Synagogue
Youth group (grades 7 and
8) will have an oneg Shabat
today in the home of youth
coordinator Hartley Harris,
following 6:30 p.m. Shabat
dinner.
The topic of the oneg will
"Assimilation of the Jew
in America." Singing, danc-
ing and games will highlight
the evening. For informa-
tion, call adviser, Sharon
Landau, 545-6951. Chair-
men for the event are Debby
Lewin and Lisa Liznov.
Kadima will go duckpin
bowling Sunday in Windsor,
meeting 3:15 p.m. at Bnai
Moshe. For information,
call Miss Landau.
Chalutzim USY (grades
5 and 6) will meet 1:15 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue
for a mystery bus ride.
There is a nominal charge.
For information, call the
adviser, Steve Kideckel,
968-1765.
Giborim USY (grades 3
and 4) will meet 2 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue to
see a new Walt Disney
movie at the Main Theater.
For reservations, call the

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adviser, Marla Magy,
548-9055.
Reservations are still
being taken for the Kadi-
ma kinnus weekend to be
held March 5-7 at area syn-
agogues. Bnai Moshe youth
will host the March 5 Sha-
bat services and dinner.
Also participating are
Congs. Beth Shalom and
Shaarey Zedek and Adat
Shalom Synagogue. For in-
formation, call Miss Lan-
dau.
For senior USY (grades
9-12) information, call Ron-
nie Anstandig, 968-1146.
For younger youth informa-
tion, call Harris, 968-3563,
or the youth line, 548-3123. _

GIVE YOUR INVITATION
A "NAME"

HAL
GORDON

Musical Entertainment
Big Bands or
Small Combos

DeMolay Unit
Installation Set

Mosaic Chapter, Order of
DeMolay, will hold its semi-
annual installation of offi-
cers 8 p.m. Saturday at the
Southfield Masonic Temple.
The public is invited.
Officers to be installed
are: Master Councilor, Carl
Berlin; Senior Councilor,
Howard Rabotnick; and
Junior Councilor, Michael
G. D. Schwartz.
Preceding the installation
will be a dinner, beginning
at 6:30 p.m. Following the
installation will be an
awards presentation, and a
"Flower Talk" for all the
new DeMolays.
DeMolay members are
public-minded citizens.
Boys age 13-21 years are eli-
gible to join and participate
in social, athletic, civic, fund
raising, Masonic, and other
activities. For information,
call Paul Magy, 547-3552;
Berlin, 353-6290; or Rabot-
nick, 557-8652.

All friends and followers of the
Gurer Yeshivoth are cordially invited
to a parlor meeting

in honor of

Rabbi M. Feldman

of the Gurer Yeshivoth in Israel

at the home of

Dr. and Mrs. Leon Herschfus
17090 Jeanette Avenue
Southfield, Michigan

Sunday, February 29, 1976

8:30 P.M.

CAMP SHOMRIA

Hashomer Hatzair

KIBBUTZ STYLE LIFE — EXPERIENCED STAFF

• outdoor sports
• Israeli dancing
• stimulating talks
• nature trails

• swimming
• hebrew songs
• boating
• arts & crafts

WHEN: June 27th-July 24th
COST: $380 (discount for early registration)

For further information and registration forms
contact camp director:

JOSHUA TABAK

559-6032

BBYO Activities

Planning has begun for
the March 20-21 AZA-BBG
Leadership Development
Program. AZA Coordinator
for the program is Bruce
Gorosh, council aleph mo-
reh, and BBG Coordinator is
Linda Wolk, council MIT
mom. The staff coordinator
for the program is Linda
Scheinker.
Disraeli BBG will spon-
sor an oneg Shabat on
"Black Judaism," 4:30 p.m.
March 5 at the BBYO office.
Prince Crawford, president
of Cong. Isek Abraham, will
speak. Refreshments will be
served.
The Great Lakes AZA
Council will hold its March
meeting 7 p.m. Monday at
the BBYO office. The Great
Lakes BBG Council will
hold its March meeting 7
p.m. Thursday in the BBYO
office.
Zangwill BBG makes
monthly Friday visits to the

Births

Meyer Prentis Home for the
Aged. Group members sing
and talk to residents. The
chapter is interested in de-
veloping new projects with
other organizations. For in-
formation, call Beth Stein-
bruck, president, 358-4059.
Elayne Katz of Sabra
BBG was appointed chair-
man of the Elections Train-
ing Conclave, which will
take place May 14-16 at
Camp Tamarack.
The AZA Basketball
League will meet 3:30 p.m.
Sunday at the 10 Mile
branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center. Brad Row-
ens of Jolson AZA is the
league top scorer with an av-
erage of 23.3 points per
game. Second place is held
by Brian Guz of Samson
AZA with 18-point average.
The public is invited.

Hillel First Grade
Program Planned

The children of the Hillel
Day School first grade will
be honored at a "sidur
party" sponsored by the
Parent-Teacher Organiza-
tion 7 p.m. Thursday at the
school.
The children have mas-
tered Hebrew reading and
each child will be presented
with his own sidur. Mrs.
Betsy Newman, president of
the PTO, will make the
presentation.
Following words of wel-
come by the headmaster,
Rabbi Robert Abramson,
the children will present se-
lections from the daily serv-
ice.
The community is invited.

Tween Program
Open at Center

The Jewish Community
Center will host a sports
night for youth in grades 7-9
7:45 p.m. Saturday in the
tween lounge at .the Maple
Center.
There will be team sports
competition, Israeli dancing
and refreshments. A special
shuttle bus is available from
the 10 Mile Center, and the
charge is nominal.
Gym shoes and member-
ship cards are required to
participate. For informa-
tion, call the group services
office at the Center,
851-7300.

Hashachar Plans
Evening at Concert

Hashachar, the Hadas-
sah-sponsored Zionist youth
organization, will attend a
concert performed by the Is-
raeli rock group, Poogy,
March 6 at the Jewish Corn-
munity Cneter.
The group has invited out
of town members and is
seeking housing for those
persons. Anyone wishing to
house a guest may call Dan
Levy, 356-5199. A brunch
will follow on March 7.

Friday, February 27, 1976 43

YI Teens Oneg
Shabat Nears

Young Israel Teens will
have an oneg Shabat 3:30
p.m. Saturday in the home
of Elyse Adler, 23661 Mar-
low, Oak Park. There will be
a guest speaker, refresh-
ments and singing.
Reservations are still
being taken for free tickets
to the Akiva Hebrew Day
School Concert Sunday, fea-
turing Peter Nero. For tick-
ets, call Sheri Mandel,
542-3067.
Applications for the Cen-
tral East Regional Shaba-
ton, to be held March 5-7 at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods,
are needed immediately.
The weekend will include
meals, discussion sessions,
special presentations, rol-•
lerskating and entertain-
ment by the Ruach Revival.
For applications and infor-
mation, call Dena Green-
baum, 547-7169.
Young Israel Teens will
have a Purim carnival
March 21. To join a commit-
tee call Janet Fink,
399-0668.

Lahav Sets Events

Lahav United Synagogue
Youth group will have a gen-
eral membership meeting,
egg sale and box dinner 1:30
p.m. Sunday at Cong. Beth
Achim. There is a nominal
charge.

1

Jan. 28 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Feb. 23 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald J. Stoneman Lawrence Edelman (Bar-
(Gail Marks), 17560 Rain- bara Fealk), 5152 Vincennes
Ct., Bloomfield Hills, a
bow Dr., Lathrup Village, a
daughter, Marisa Faith.
daughter, Heather Rose.
* * *
* * *
Jan.
22
— To Mr. and
Feb. 18 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Gerbs Mrs. Gerald L. Order (Ro-
(Susan Wiener), 14271 Borg- chelle Greenwald), 23511
man, Oak Park, a son, Brad- Marlow, Oak Park, a daugh- v
ter, Lisa Michelle.
ley Justin.
* * *
* * *
Jan.
8

To Mr. and Mrs.
Feb. 16 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Shapiro (Niki Lanny Jacobs (Susan Mar-
Singer), 15120 Nine Mile, cus), 17161 Madison, South-
Oak Park, a son, Corey field, a daughter, Kimberly
Neal. Erin.
* * *
Feb. 13 — To Mr. and
Cantor SAMUEL
Mrs. Allen Goldsmith (Fran
GREENBAUM
Averbach), 23280 Harding,
Certified
Oak Park, a son, Bradley
Eric.
* * *
Serving Homes 8 Hospitals
399-7194 — .547-7970
Feb. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Carney (Mar-
garet Portnoff), 14460 La-
Belle, Oak Park, a daughter,
Robin Caryn.
* * *
Feb. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Allyn Ronald Stearn (Nita
Rafales), 15241 Marlow,
Oak Park, a son, Miles Na-
than.
RABBI S.ZACHARIASH
* * *
Specialized
Jan. 28 — To Mr. and
MOHEL
Mrs. Alan Sorkow (Gloria
In Home or Hospital
Rodriguez), former Detroit-
ers of Sepulveda, Calif., a
557-9666
son, Jaren David.

RABBI DR. LEO

GOLDMAN

Volunteer Corps
Meets at Center

Expert Mohel

The Teen Volunteer Corps
will meet 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center. The group con-
ducts seminars and field
work to learn about people. -
There is a charge for non-
members. For information,
call Group Services,
851-7300.

Serving Hospitals and Homes

LI 2-4444 547-8555.

CANTOR SIDNE

RUBE
Certified Mohel

358-1426 or357-5544

B'NAI DAVID NURSERY OF
THE UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS

Announces Registration for September, 1976

for children — 3 to 5 years old
Afternoons-12: 45 to 3:30 p.m. (2, 3 or 5 days)
Time: 9 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. 1-3:45 p.m.
afternoon bus takehome available.

Meets at the B'nai David Synagogue

24350 Southfield Road

Teachers: Sara Singal, Bella Frank

For information call

557-2198 or 547-9023

BABY WORLD has grown to
'N TEENS

"The Largest Display Of
Baby & Teen Furniture
In Michigan"

126 E. 14 Mile

1 Mile West of Oakland Mall

588-2333

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