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Friday, March 4, 1977 25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Youth News

BNAI
MOSHE'S
Kadimah United Syna-
gogue Youth group will
have a Purim celebration
Sunday. Kadimah mem-
bers will bring specially
prepared Shalakh Manot
baskets to Jewish elderly.
The youth will meet 2 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue
to prepare the gifts and
deliver them. For infor-
mation, call Terri Moss,
557-0496:
Story Hour will have a
Purim party 1 p.m. Sun-
day in the synagogue.
Children age 3-7 are in-
vited. For information,
call Tobye Bello, 557-2542.
Giborim will have a
Purim party 2 p.m. Sun-
day in the synagogue. For
information, call Nancy
Ankerman, 546-5797.
Youth in grades 3 and 4
are invited.
Halutzim's Purim party
for youth in grades 5 and 6
will take place 2 p.m. Sun-
day at the synagogue. For
. information, call Gail Kes-
sler, 352-8127. There is a
- charge for the Purim par-
ties.
Junior congregation
will have a special
Megilla reading and dis-
cussion 10 a.m. Saturday
in the synagogue. Youth
age 8-13 are invited. For
information, call the
youth office, 548-3123.
Senior USY will have a
meeting 7 p.m. Monday in
the synagogue. Open
Moadon is held 7-9 p.m.
Mondays in the youth
lounge for all boys and
girls.

Talit and Tefilin Club Dulberg. There will be a
announces winners of the social at the last stop, and
Father Son/Daughter there is a charge. For re-
Bowling Tournament servations, call Ilene
are: first place, Joey and Mitz, 544-7449.
The nursery-kinder-
Edward Levin; second
place, Robert and Ernest garten group meets at the
Friedman. The following synagogue at- 10 a.m.
teams took the next four every Saturday, con- ►
places: Ken and Marty ducted by Beth Norman.
Gaynor, Steve and Dr. All 3-7 year olds are in-
Morton Demak, Larry vited.
* * *
and Herbert Bircoll, and
YACHAD United Syn-
Alan and Charles Mud-
- agogue Youth group will
ryk.
The group will-have its have a Purim scavenger
annual Community hunt 8 p.m. Saturday,
Mother's Day Breakfast, meeting at the home of
May 8. Money raised from Diane Goldring, 7434
the event goes to sponsor- Glengrove, Birmingham.
ing the group. Tickets will There is a nominal
charge. Participants are
be distributed Sunday.
On Sunday the group requested to dress in
will form new bowling Purim costumes. For rest-
teams. ervations, call Diane,
Talit and Tefilin meets 851-3728, or Sherrie
8:30 a.m. every Sunday Frank, 534-9376.
* *
morning in the daily
BNAI DAVID youth
chapel. The program in-
eludes services, dis- will hold their annual
cussions, breakfast and Purim carnival for all
bowling. The group is young people 1 p.m. Sun-
open- to young men and - day in the synagogue. For
women age 13-18. New information, contact the
members are welcome. youth line, 557-8325.
Tickets are still availa-
For information, contact
adviser Paul Levine, ble for the March 16 fam-
354-3545, or the syna- ily night at the Ice
Capades, sponsored by
gogue, 548-9000.
the youth program. Pa-
* * *
BETH ACHIM Lahav, rents and children will
.United Synagogue meet at 6 p.m. at the
Youth, will give a prog- synagogue, and proceed
ressive dinner 7 p.m. by bus to Olympia
Saturday starting at the Stadium. Tickets may be
home of Ilene Mitz, 14240 purchased by calling the
Northend, Oak Park, and youth line. Deadline is
proceed to the homes of Wednesday.
Junior congregation
David Tugender, Susan
Friedman and David members in the 8 - 10

.

year-old-group were hon-
ored Saturday for
synagogue attendance.
Awards were presented
by Rabbi Morton Yolkut
to Eric Abramson, Bar-
bara Bennett, Ethan
Berkove, Rod Brown,
Robbie Chatlin, Steve
Chudnow, Robert Disner,
Cathy Fink, Judy Fried-
man, Jill Kornwise,
.Kenny Krause, Eric
Lusky, Kevin Mendelson,
Robbie Nakisher, Stuart
Nathan, Gary Schwartz,
David Weiss, Jeff Weiss
and Marla Weiss.
Atid seniors (grades
9-12) who attended the re-
gional convention on the
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth at
Young Israel of Oak-
Woods were: Kin Ber-
nard, Steve Dines, Greg
Linn, Michelle Lynn,
David Otis, Diane Shaw
and Jane Sklar.
Masada will hold a
youth lounge drop-in 7
p.m. Wedndsday' in the
synagogue. All seventh
and eighth graders and
friends are invited.
A final planning meet-
ing will be held 8 p.m.
Saturday for all children
interested in working in
the Purim carnival.
Games will be planned,
and posters will be made.
For information, contact
a youth leader or the
synagogue youth line.
For details on youth ac-
tivities at Bnai David,
contact the youth line,
• 557-8325.

KHARTOUM, Sudan
Egypt, Sudan and Syria
agreed Monday to estab-
lish a joint command
aimed at coordinating
their policies with the aim
of eventual political unity
among the Arab coun-
tries.

The declaration came
at the end of a two-day
conference. President
Anwar Sadat of Egypt
was quoted as saying the
agreement was signific-
ant, for in the case of war,
Sudan would be able to
open an additional south-
ern front against Israel.

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