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October 14, 1977 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth News

SHAAREY ZEDEK JUN-
„JOR CONGREGATION will
"hold Shabat services for
ninth-12 graders 10:30 a.m.
Saturday in the junior con-
gregation chapel. The group
will participate in a city--
wide United Synagogue
Youth dance 8:30 p.m. that
evening at Cong._ Beth
Achim. There is a charge.
. The juniors will participate
,41111 family minyan and
. • fast 9:30 a.m. Sunday
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. A
football game will follow.
- '`Admission is free.
Kadima. for sixth-eighth
graders, will hold Shabat
.services 10:30 a.m. Satur-
day in the Tikvah Chapel.
>_. Chaverim for second-fifth
graders will hold Shabat
3ervices 10:30 a.m. Satur-
day in the youth lounge.
* * *
BETH ABRAHAM HIL-
LEL MOSES National
Conference of Synagogue
2
- Youth group will have a
membership meeting 7 p.m.
Monday in the youth lounge.
Future events include a
hayride. dance and oneg
- Shabat. New members are
welcome. For information.
call the president. Ruth
Friedman, 851-0659,
or
Denise Fruman, adviser.
354-6184.
* * *
BETH ACHIM Lahav
.United Synagogue Youth
- will host a dance, featuring
the Phoenix band. 8:15 p.m.
Saturday in the social hall.
Refreshments will be
served. and there is a
charge. For information.
call Susan Friedman. social
_ vice president, 968-4558.
Lahav Shabat services will
take place 10 a.m. Saturday
in the daily chapel. For
information; call religious
vice presidents, Mike Bur-
lant, 356-2198, or Mike Fox,
559-7162.
Senior Kadima. for grades
seven and eight. will be led
by adviser Betty Kletter. To
get on the mailing list. call
her at 626-2054.
Junior „-K'adima. grades



five and six. announces
Judy Goldis will be its
adviser. To get on the .Jun-
ior Kadima mailing list. call
her at 626-1181.
Junior
congregation
meets 10 a.m. Saturdays in
the syngagogue. Beth Nor-
man conducts the nursery-
kindergarten program on
Saturdays.

* * *

BNEI AKIVA will have a
"people hunt” 2:30 p.m.
Sunday in Oak Park Major
Park. Grades one-seven will
"hunt" for members in
grades eight-12 who will be
dressed in costumes.
Refreshments will be
served. Members will be
admitted free of charge,
There is a nominal charge
for non-members. Members
are requested to meet in the
park shelter.
Shabat groups meet 3
p.m. Saturdays (grades one-
seven) and at 5 p.m.
(grades eight and up).
Games. refreshments and
study round out the
afternoon.
For information. call the
advisers. Nathan Bigman,
968-1499; Annie Kelman, 557-
8596: or Debbie Simkovitz.
541-8945.

* * *

SHOMREY EMUNAH
announces it has Shabat
Bnot groups available for
children. The groups meet 3
p.m. Saturdays in the syna-
gogue. Avigail Zachariash
directs a program of infor-
mal discussions on Jewish
topics, games, dances and
songs. Refreshments are
served. NeighbOrhood chil-
dren-are invited. For infor-
mation, call Ms. Zach-
ariash. 557-9666.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE Talit and
Tefilin Club announces the
appointment of Elliot Mar-
golis as adviser. The group.
for youth age 13-18. meets
8:30 a.m. Sundays at the
synagogue for services, fol-
lowed by breakfast and
bowling. There is a charge
for bowling. The youth also

Power Intends Senate Candidacy

Although not a formally
announced candidate, news-
paper publisher Philip H.
Power filed a statement of
candidacy with the Federal
;F'---- lion Commission last
NA Power has expressed
a desire to run for the U.S.
Senate in 1978 on the Demo-
--cratic ticket.
Registered as chairman
' of the Phil Power for U.S.
Senate Committee is former
U.S. Rep. Martha Griffiths.
John C. O'Meara. a Detroit
lawyer, is treasurer of the
group.
Power. 39, of Ann Arbor
served as an administrative
assistant to former U.S.
Rep. Paul H. Todd. Jr. of
Kalamazoo. and he worked
in the two Michigan guber-
Qatorial campaigns of
Sander Levin, plus the late
Robert Kennedy's campaign

conduct social events. For
information. call the syna-
gogue office. 548-9000, or
Margolis. 545-0236.
* * *
BNAI DAVID youth pro-
gram will start a Talit and
Tefilin club in November
for boys age 13 and older.
The group will meet Sunday
mornings for services. fol-
lowed by breakfast and
bowling. For information.
call youth directors Danny
Kaplan or Hartley Harris at
the synagogue youth-line.
5.57-8325.
Ruadi (grades 3-4) will
sponsor a hayride and hot
dog roast 3:30 p.m Sunday
at Roy's Ranch. Partici-
pants will meet in the youth
lounge, and all chilch:en
should dress warmly. For
information. contact adviser
Deni Warsaw. 352-3632.
There is a charge.
Ha-Or (grades 5-6) will go-
apple picking Oct. 23, meet-
ing 1:30 p.m. in the youth
lounge. Reservations must
be made by Friday by call-
ing adviser Steve Kideckel,
968-1765. There is a charge.
Youth group members are
invited to submit articles or
stories on any subject for
publication in the Bnai
David Post children's news-
' paper, published by the
Bnai David Gruskin
Library. Articles may be
submitted to a youth leader
or to librarian Sher Rice,
557-8211.
For details on the youth
program at Bnai David.
contact the synagogue

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youth-line. 557-8325.
* * *
JUNIOR
YOUNG
ISRAEL TEENS will have
an oneg Shabat Saturday.
meeting 3:30 p.m. at Young
Israel of Greenfield, and
proceeding to the home of
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph
Hirsch. The group will see
the film, "Brian's Song,"
1:30 p.m. Sunday at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods. There
is a charge. and refresh-
ments will be served. For
information. call the advis-
ers. Motie Poss. 867-4143, or
Mindy Hirsch. 967-3273. or
the president. .Joseph
Greenbaum, 355-1090.
Newly elected officers are
Joseph Greenbaum. presi-
dent; Alisa.Liederman, vice
president of programming;
Nancy Lesser. treasurer:
and Danny Rosenthal and
Mindy Speiser. secretaries.

C

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for the presidency.
Power is chairman of Sub-
urban Communications
Corp.. publisher of the
Observer & Eccentric
Newspapers in suburban
Detroit. plus other weeklies
in Michigan and Ohio.

MACK PITT
and
His Orchestra

The Suburban Investors,
which has been meeting
monthly for 17 years,
recently elected the follow-
ing officers: Helen Leib,
president; Sylvia Schneider,
treasurer; and Esther Sil-
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