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March 18, 1977 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-18

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48 Friday, March 18, 1977

CARS TO BE DRIVEN
TO ANY STATE
M C 12598..
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!DRIVEAWAY SERVICE

4713 Horger at Michigan Ave.
P.O. BOX 1264
Dearborn, Mich. 48126
Tel. 584-5000

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BNAI DAVID junior
congregation will attend
a Detroit Pistons basket-
ball game Wednesday,
Meeting 6:30 p.m. in the

The r ► est
Musical Entertainment

WHAT'S UPSTAIRS AT MODERN?

HERE'S JUST SOME OF WHAT YOU'LL FIND UPSTAIRS:






DESKS & DESK ACCESSORIES
CHAIRS S. SOFAS
FILES & MACHINE STANDS
TABLES FOR EVERY NEED

• ORIGINAL PAINTINGS
& GRAPHICS

EL -

• SCULPTURE — Ceramic,
metal A plexiglass

• DRIED FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS
• ARTIFICIAL PLANTS & TREES
• DIGITAL CLOCKS & WALL CLOCKS

• LAMPS & SPECIALTY LIGHTING

• PORTABLE BARS & BAR
ACCESSORIES
• MIRRORS • SMOKING
ACCESSORIES

"UPSTAIRS" SPECIAL

All Stocked

OCCASIONAL TABLES

25%

to 50% OFF

one week only, now through Mar. 25th

M odern Office Supply Co.
,y our p,

Office „If
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Youth News

31535 SOUTHFIELD ROAD

(between 13 & 14 Mile Rds.)

t "Your
Office
Girt"

youth lounge. Tickets are
available at discount
rates for all members.
Bus transportation will
be provided. Deadline for
' reservations is Monday.
For reservations, call the
synagogue youth-line,
557-8325, or group presi-
dent David Nathan, 548-
1006.
Atid senior group
(grades 9-12) will attend
an over-night shul-in in
Toledo, Ohio on March
26-27. The program is
sponsored by the -Na-
tional Conference - of
Synagogue . Youth
(NCSY). Members will
meet 8 p.m. March 26 at
the synagogue, and re-

Two Win High
Scout Honors

Jeffery Aichenbaum
and Daniel Weinstein
were accorded the Eagle
Scout honor at the recent
Court of Honor and fam-
ily dinner' sponsored by
Boy Scout Troop 23.
Larry Steinberg, Barry
Landau and the honorees
were appointed senior pa-
trol leaders. Advanced to
the rank of life scout were
Loren Allen, Ken Cook,
Tom Barth, Mark Wolin
and Steven Weinstein.
Larry Steinberg and Jeff
Blake were advanced to
the rank of star scout.
Scoutmaster Nathan
Trager presented Alfred
A. Klunover, chairman of
the Troop Committee,
with an American flag.
Members are sought.
The troop meets Mondays
at Pepper School during
the school year, and at
the 10 Mile 'branch of the
Jewish Community Cen-
ter in summer.

Fabulously French. Stretch
Terry suit in Green with
White stripe or Red with White stripe.
Sizes 6 months, 1 year and 2 year.
From $15.40. Absorba baby club
dresses from $14.40.

Just one in our collection
of Absorba for Spring.
In sizes Infants to 14.

turn noon, March 27.
Round-trip bus transpor-
tation will be provided.
Reservations must be re-
ceived by Wednesday. For
information, call adviser
Hartley Harris, 968-3563.
Masada (grades 7-8)
weekly youth lounge
drop-in will resume March
30, with movies and new
games. The group will hold
a mystery bus ride 3 p.m.
March 27. For informa-
tion, call adviser Danny
Kaplan, 398-7422.
Ha-Or will hold a - roller
skating party for 5th and
6th graders Sunday. The
group will meet 1:30 p.m.
in the youth lounge.
Drivers are needed. For
reservations, contact ad-
viser Steve Kideckel,
968-1765, or group
member Stuart Nathan,
548-1006.
For details on youth ac-
tivities at Bnai David,
call the synagogue
youth-line, 557-8325, dur-
ing the day or on Wednes-
day and Thursday nights.
* * *
YACHAD USY will
have a regional rally 8:30
p.m.-11:30 p.m. Saturday
at Beth Moses
synagogue. Disc jockey
Marc Ankerman will pro-
vide music. There is a
charge. For information,
call Diane Goldring, 851-
3728.
* * *
NATIONAL CONFER;
ENCE OF SYNAGOGUE
YOUTH'S junior group
will participate in a
Shabaton this weekend in
Toronto and spend
Shabat at Camp Reena in
Orangeville, Ontario.
The Greater Detroit
NCSY consituent groups
will ._participate in the
first NCSY shul-in March
26 and 27 at Cong. Etz
Chaim in Toledo, leaving
8:30 p.m. March 26 from
Young Israel of Green-
field. There is a charge.
For in-formation, call
Zerach Greenfield, 557-
0130 or 968-1839.
Members of NCSY will
open their homeS to Jews
needing a place to spend
Passover. For informa-
tion, call Greenfield.
David Sussman was
elected president of the
newly formed Livonia
chapter, based at the
Livonia Jewish Congre-
gation. Other officers are
Gary Bruer and Steve
Goldfarb, vice presidents;
Danny Hallbe, treasurer
Helen Mitchell and
Janice Levitt, sec-
retaries; and Steve Sol-
omon, chairman of the
telephone committee.
* * *
SHAAREY ZEDEK
youth will hold services
for its Chaverim, Kadima
and junior congregation
groups 10:30 a.m. Satur-
day in the youth lounge,
Tikvah Chapel and the
junior -congregation
chapel.
The youth will partici-
pate in a United Syna-
gogue Youth regional
rally 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at Cong. Beth Moses.
Junior congregation
will hold a minyan and
breakfast 9:30 a.m. Sun-
day in the synagogue.

Kadima will hold a bowl- youth sponsor a free
ing. party Sunday, meet- Torah high 7:30 p.m.
ing. 1 p.m. at the syna- Tuesdays at Young Israel
gogue. Bowling will be of Greenfield. The laws of
held at Plum Hollow Shabat and other relev-
Lanes. There is a charge. ant topics are discussed.
For information on
For information on YI
youth activities, call' Teens activities, call
Eddie Edelstein, youth Janet Fink, 399-0668,- or
director, 357-5544.
Sherri Mandel, 542-3067.
* * *
* * *
ISRAEL
YOUNG
BNAI MOSHE Talit and
TEENS will have a board Tefilin Club will meet 8:30
meeting 7 p.m. Sunday. a.m. Sunday in the daily
Everyone is welcome. The chapel. Breakfast and
* * * •
bowling will follow serv-
ScholOrship Fund
ices led by Mike Schyndel
Steve Fischer. Talit
Applicants Sought and
and Tefilin members are—
Applications are still selling tickets for the MaY.
being accepted for the 8 community breakfast. -
Samue,1 Linden Israel Youth who wish to join
Scholarship Fund of the the bowling team may
Jewish Community call the adviser, Paul
Center.
Levine, 354-3845, or the
The Linden Scholar- synagogue, 548-9000.
ship Fund provides for an
annual study trip to Is-
rael for a local student. ,
To qualify for the scho-
larship the applicant
Edward Charles Tan-
must have completed
10th grade or be in un- ner has been
dergraduate school, suc- memorialized by the
cessfully completed the planting of a garden of
first year of tho- Center 100 trees in Israel
ulpan program or its through the Jewish Na-
equivalent and de- tional Fund.
Mr. Tanner, who died
monstrated interest in
last November at age 22,
Israel.
Resumes including the was an artist with a local
applicant's educational advertising agency.
The garden was
qualifications, interests
and activities may be sent planted by his mother,.
to Samuel Linden Scho- Mrs. Raundie Tanner; his
larship Fund, Jewish grandmother, Mrs. Louis
Community Center of Weingerden; and' rela-
Metropolitan Detroit, tives and friends. The
6600 W. • Maple, West garden is located in the
Belle and Bernard Isaacs
Bloomfield, 48033. Dead-
Forest near Jerusalem.
line is April 15.

Garden Named
for Local Artist

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To Ava and Fred

A PRINCESS IS BORN

Proud Grandparents
Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Katz
Mr. & Mrs. Murray Pollack

COURTNEY LYNN KALBFELD

Welcomes Her Baby Brother

JONATHAN RYAN

Weighing 6 lbs 7 1/2 oz

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24th

The proud parents
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kalbfeld

TALENT

SEARCH
ilirri

The prouder grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Guttenberg

Singers, Dancers

Fencers, Chemists

Acrobats, Puppeteers

Gardners,

Guitar - Players

Water Safety Instructors

and Sailors

call WILLOWAY DAY CAMP

Counselours for all groups
High School Seniors — College Students

356-8123

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