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February 04, 1977 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-04

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18 Friday, February 4, 1977

•MOVING?



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



• HOUSEHOLD SALES :
: IN YOUR HOME :
ESTATES LIQUIDATED

IRENE EAGLE

•14526-4769 626-8907:

BNAI MOSHE senior
United Synagogue Youth
will have a social 8 p.m.
Saturday in the syna-
gogue. Yciuth in grades
9-12 are invited. For in-
formation, call the sy_na-

gogue youth offica, 548-
3123.
Senior USY executive
board will meet 7 p.m.
Monday in the synagogue
board room. To join, call
Hanan Weizman, 626-
2355, or the synagogue
youth office.
Kadimah USY, grades
7-8, will have a general
meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday in
the home of Terri Moss,
25405 Catalina, South-
field. The Tamarack
weekend will be on the
agenda. Those who wish
to attend the Tam'arack
weekend on Feb. 11-13,
may contact Mrs. Moss at
557-0496, or the syna-
gogue youth office.
Senior USY will join
Kadimah at Tamarack.
They will meet noon Fri-
day at the synagogue for
rides. Anyone interested
in joining may call the syn-
agogue.
Halutzim USY, for boys

and girls in grades 5 and main sanctuary. Kadima
6, will meet 2 p.m. Sunday and Lahav members who
at the synagogue for an will participate include:
afternoon of rollerskat- Eric Weiss, Robert Wein-
ing. Boys and girls in feld, Michael Fox, Barry
grades 5 and 6 are invited. Pearlman, David Law-
There is a charge. For in- son, Robert Levine, Mic-
formation, call Gail Kes- hael Burlant, Robert
sler, 352-8127, or the syn- Goldsmith, Jerry Fried-
Abe Cherow, Says:
agogue youth office.
man, Ilene Mitz, Rochelle
Giborim USY, for boys Mark, David Tugender,
and girls in grades 3 and Susan Friedman, Jodi
I'VE PROBABLY BUILT FURNI-
4, will meet 2 p.m. Sunday Newman, Lorin Subar,
TURE FOR YOUR PARENTS,
in the synagogue for an Cindy . Cantor, Lisa
YOUR CHILDREN, YOUR
afternoon of bowling. Taylor, Carol Subar and
NEIGHBORS OR FRIENDS.
I'VE BEEN AROUND A LONG
There is a charge. For in- Pam Lippitt. For lunch-
TIME. YET YOU WON'T FIND
formation, call Nancy eon reservations, call Be-
ONE CUSTOMER I HAVEN'T
Ankerman, 546-5797, or verly Mitz, chairman of
SATISFIED. THAT'S QUITE A
the synagogue youth of- the youth commission,
STATEMENT, BUT IT'S TRUE.
fice.
544-7449.
CALL ME FOR FREE HOME ES-
Halutzim will meet 2
Kadima will go bowling
TIMATE.
p.m. Feb. 13 in the youth 2 p.m. Sunday at Plum
lounge. Refreshments Hollow Lanes. For infor-
will be served. There is a mation on Kadima ac-
charge. For information, tivities, call Jody Jacobs
ARTISTIC
call Gail Kessler or the at the synagogue, 352-
UPHOLSTERERS INC.
synagogue office.
- 8670.
5755 SCHAEFER RD.
* * *
(1 block North of Ford Rd.)
Talit and Tefilin Club
ABE CHEROW, President'
CHALOM ATID United
LU 47 5900
Dearborn
will hold its mid-year bowl-
CALL LIJ 4-5900
Open Daily 8 a.m. to 5 p„m.
ing play-offs this Sunday. Synagogue Youth group
The top four teams will will hold a sing - a - long
compete for the champion- 1:30 p.m. Feb. 13 in the
ship. All the other teams Livonia Jewish Congre-
will bowl as usually sched- gation. An ice cream so-
cial, will follow. There is a
uled.
The annual Father charge. For information,
Son-Dauditer Tourna- call Carolyn Gordon,
ment will be held 8:30 a.m. 476-2408. * * *
Feb. 20th in the
BETH SHALOM will
chapel Minyan, breakfast
and bowling are included. sponsor a Shabat lunch-
Trophies will be awarded eon following services
to the winning teams. Saturday to honor those
Registration forms will children in the school.who
BET WE'VE GOT THE BEST
be available Sunday: participate in the junior
Selection of Backgammon Sets in town!
congregation.
There will be a charge.
The junior congrega-
(at a price that's nice)
Talit and Tefilin Club
meets 8:30 a.m. Sundays tion meets every week
YOU ALREADY KNOW WE HAVE THE BEST SELECTION OF JEWELRY!
in the chapel for services, and holds a specially
followed by breakfast, planned service designed
discussions and bowling. to meet the level of the
Membership cards are young people who par-
given to all members who ticipate. The nursery-
have participated in the kindergarten group is led c

DJAMONDS • FINE JEWELRY • GIFT BOUTIQUE
program at least three by Lynn Tarnoff who is
assisted by Marcy Pianin.
. Manu-facturers of Original
times during the year.
and. Unusual Creations
For information, con- Janice Dror is the leader
tact the group's adviser, of the first and second
grade group, assisted by
AUTHORIZED APPRAISERS
Paul Levine, 548-9000.
ESTATE LIQUIDATORS
Amy Burk. The third and
* * *
JEWELRY DESIGNERS
BETH ACHIM youth fourth grade group is led
Sabbath will be marked by Alicia Nelson, assisted
- Suite109
31313 Northwestern Hwy.
Farmington Hills
i151-7333
by Ron Lederman. Mark
8:45 a.m. Saturday in the Terebelo
leads the fifth
and sixth grade group,
assisted by Alan Pearls-
_ tein.
The nursery-kinder-
garten group will lead the
Commercial'
grace before meals. The
Industrial
Residential
Burglar
Fire
first and second grades
will lead the kidush and
the third and fourth
grades will lead the grace -
after meals.
* * *
BNAI DAVID youth
Tamarack winter
weekend retreat for chil-
dren in grades, 3-6 has
been re-scheduled for
today due to - last week's
snow storm. , Young
Marvin Check
Marvin Rosen
people in Ruach (grades
3-4) and Ha-Or (grades
5-6) will spend the
weekend at Camp
Tamarack in Ortonville.
Theme for discussion dur-
ing the-weekend is "What
Makes a Jew?"
Junior congregation
Automatically Notifies
services will be held dur-
within seconds Police Dept. &
ing the Tamarack
Fire Dept. Central Office
N O IFONE
emergency reporting system
weekend. All groups will
gather at 10 a.m. Satur-
day in the chapel. Story
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room.
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Youth group activities
have been re-scheduled
due to the change of date
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Atid seniors (grades

9-12) will meet 7:30 p.m.

Feb. 12 at the synagogue
for a gym and swim night
at the main Jewish Com-
munity Center. The group
will then return to the
synagogue for a dance. For
information, contact ad-
viser Hartley Harris, 968-
3563.
Masada (grades 7-8)
will have agym and swim
night Feb. 12 at the
Jewish Center, meeting 7
p.m. in the youth lounge.
Drivers are ,needed. For
reservations, contact Ad-
viser Danny Kapl
398-7422 (evenings).
Masada will begin a
youth lounge drop-in 7
p.m. Feb. 16. Friends are
invited. For information,
contact adviser Kaplan.
Ha-Or (grades 5-6) will
attend the Shrine Circus
Feb. 19, meeting 6:45 p.m.
in the youth lounge. Tic-
kets are-limited. For re-
servations, contact ad-
viser Steve Kideckel,
968-1765.
Ruach (grades 3-4) will
go to the Shrine Circus
Feb. 13,3neeting 1 p.m. in
the youth lounge. Tickets
are limited and must be
reserved in advance. For
information, contact ad-
viser Marla Magy, 356-
5749 or 356-2146.
For information on
youth activities at Bnai
David, contact the
synagOgue youth line,
557-8325.

Youth Discuss
Effect of Cults

LOU GORDON
Temple Israel's Michi-
gan State Temple Youth
chapter will host the an-
nual winter conclave of
the youth organization
today through Sunday in
the temple.
Theme for the weekend
is "The Phenomenon of
Modern Religious Cults."
TV talk show host and
columnist Lou Gordon
will speak 8:30 p.m. today
to the youth on "Cults as
They Relate to Judaism."
Saturday's program
_include Shabat servic
classes and workshop ses-
sions that will probe the
Children of God, Jews for
Jesus, Hare Krishna and
Unification- Church sects
to determine their effect
on Jewish youth.
Evelyn Orbach, and
Jim Wilhelmson, a "de-
programmer", will pre-
sent vignettes on brain-
washing and depro-
gramming. Classes will be
taught by the rabbis, can-
tors and educators of the
local participating Re-
form congregations.

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