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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-09

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46 Friday, December 9, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth News

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ERIC
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BETH SHALOM Kadima

evening. Admission
includes popcorn, and bev-
erages will be available. Co-
sponsoring the event will be
Cong. Bnai David's Masada
group and Cong. Bnai
Moshe Kadima group.
Alecia Goodman is presi-
dent of Beth Shalom Ka-
dima. For information, call
the synagogue, 547-7970.
Kadima will have a Ha-
nuka Candle Blow-Out
dance 7 p.m. Dec. 18 in the
home of board member
Laura Moore. 21911 Kipling,
Oak Park. Marla Magy is
adviser.
Beth Shalom United Syna-
gogue Youth will meet 10
am. Saturday in the daily
chapel for services, fol-
lowed by a study luncheon.
Rabbi Max Weine will speak
on "Conversion to
Judaism." The chapter will
attend a movie party that
night at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek.
BSUSY participates in the
intercongregational basket-
ball league at the Jewish
Center. High school-age
teens wishing to join the
chapter to play on the bas-
ketball team may call Ka-
ren Knoppow, adviser, 356-
5343.
* * *
BNAI DAVID Masada
youth group- (grades 7-8)
will join with Congs. Beth
Shalom and Bnai Moshe
youth groups for a disco-
dance, with Marc Anker-

out the

will hold an all-city disco
party 8 p.m. Saturday in the
synagogue. A local disc
jockey will provide music
for dancing, and there will
be prizes awarded through-

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man as disc-jockey, 8 p.m.
Saturday at Beth Shalom.
Refreshments will be avail-
able, and prizes awarded.
Admission may be paid at
the door. For information,
contact adviser Danny
Kaplan, 398-7422, or social
vice president Julie Traub.
Masada will go roll-
erskating Dec. 18, meeting
6:30 p.m. at the synagogue.
For information, contact
secretary Helayne Shaw,
967-4415.
Talit and Tefilin Club will
hold election of officers dur-
ing its weekly meeting 9
a.m. Sunday. Any person
interested in running for a
position should contact ad-
viser Alan Hurvitz, 557-0821.
The group also will sponsor
a father-son bowling tourna-
ment Dec. 18, meeting 9
a.m. at the synagogue. Boys
and girls, age 13-17, are
invited to join the group.
For information, contact
Hurvitz.
Ha-or (grades 5-6) will
hold a - Hanuka party for
members and their friends
at 1:30 p.m. Sunday in the
synagogue. Latkes will be
served. For reservations,
call adviser Steve Kideckel,
968-1765.
Ruach (grades 3-4) will
celebrate Hanuka with can-
dlelighting and gift-giving
ceremonies during a pro-
gressive dinner on Sunday,
meeting 5:30 p.m. in the
synagogue youth lounge.
Each course of the meal
will be served at the homes
of group members. Drivers
are needed. For reserva-
tions, contact adviser Deni
Warsaw, 352-3632, or com-
mittee chairman Howard
Cohen.
Atid (senior group for
grades 9-12) will hold a hay-
ride party Dec. 18, meeting
1:30 p.m. in the youth
lounge. Drivers are needed,
and reservations must be
made in advance. For infor-
mation, contact adviser
Hartley Harris, 967-0735, or

secretary Diane Shaw, 967-
4415.
Shabat junior congrega-
tion members who attend
Saturday morning services
for youth age 11-14 received
awards for regular attend-
ance Dec. 3. They are:
Greta Bernard, Ken Ber-
nard, Marc Betman, Lisa
Chatlin, Riva Dines, Steve
Dines, Sandra Freedman,
Lilly Glancy, Alan Gosman,

Cheryl Gosman, Marci
Grossman, Kim Maneli, El-
liot Maness, David Nathan,
Stuart Nathan, Lisa Orech-
kin, Scott Schubiner, Gary
Schwartz and Jay Weiss.
Groups for youth age 4 to 14
meet 10 a.m. weekly.
For information on the
youth program at Bnai Da-
vid, call the synagogue
youth-line, 557-8325, or li-
brary, 557-8211.

Teenagers Explore Kentucky Caves

Thirteen Camp Tama-
rack teenagers spent
Thanksgiving weekend in
Renfro Valley, Ky., explor-
ing the area's caves.
Participants included De-
nise Arfa, Marc Cantor,
Madelyn Dinnerstein, Art
Edelstein, Greg Kepes,
Elizabeth Koblin, Marc
Lowenthal, Debbie Ring,
Robert Schwartz, Richard
Shifman, Sherrie Silver,

Danny Weberman and Beth
Wolfe.

The trip leader was Bob
Lipsitz, who will direct
Camp Kennedy Winter
Week, Dec. 25-Jan. 1.
Twenty-four campers will
ski cross-country and camp
out near the shore of Lake
Superior. For details, call
the Camp Tamarack office,
661-0600.

Singles Brighten Hanuka
for Haverim Home Residents

Hugs and kisses of grat-
itude were the rewards vol-
unteers from the Michigan
Jewish Singles Council re-
ceived Sunday as they pre-
pared a Hanuka party for
the residents of the Haver-
im Home for the Jewish
retarded. The residence is
sponsored by the parents
Association for the Jewish
Retarded.
Israeli dancing, Hanuka
songs, charades and re-
freshments highlighted the
Hanuka party. Beginning
with the traditional blessing
over the candles in the din-
ing room of the home, the
party moved downstairs for
the balance of the celebra-
tion.
Uri Segal of the Israeli
Student Organization led
Hanuka songs and dances,
as MJSC members Laura
Weinberg, president; and
Heidi Press, Linda Kahn,
Sharon Bargman, David
Klein, Marcia Eston and
Bob Schorr helped the resi-

dents and their friends with
the words and dance steps.
Following the dancing,
the group gathered in a
circle for a game of cha-
rades, and the residents and
their friends acted out
names of famous persons,
with a little extra help from
the MJSC members.
Houseparents Mr. and
Mrs. Ken (Pat) Beck, and
daughter, Carrier, were on
hand to assist with and su-
pervise the festivities,
which concluded with the
distribution of small gifts to
the Haverim residents and
their friends.
Grateful that the singles
came to make the party for
them, many of the residents
hugged and kissed the
MJSC members and said
they hoped they could come
back again.
The MJSC is an organiza-
tion dedicated to providing
social, cultural, religious
and educational activities
for Jewish singles age 18-40.

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Michigan Jewish Singles Council President Laura Wein-
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right, and David Klein, left, join the residents of the
Haverim Home for the Jewish retarded in a special Hanuka
candle march. The singles group sponsored a Hanuka party
with games, refreshments and gifts Sunday at the home.

Spain Will Not Recognize Israel

TUNIS (ZINS) — On a
trip to Saudi Arabia to buy
oil for Spain, King Juan
Carlos said Spain would not
recognize Israel as long as

Israel controls "the occu-
pied Arab territories and
refuses to recognize the le-
gitimate rights of the Pales-
tinian people to their own
state."

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