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44 friday, February 24,1118

Israel Programs
Guide Available

ri3irths -)

Feb. 18— To Dr. and Mrs.
William Solomon (Linda
Berg) of Southfield, a son,
Jeffrey Matthew.
* * *
Feb. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce Berry (Linda
Cole of Southfield) of Chap-
paqua, N.Y., a son, David
Arthur.

Information Unit
Open in Illinois

SKOKIE, ILL. — The
Hebrew Theological College
Student Council has opened
a Jewish Information
Center, a project to assist
Jews in understanding and
relating to their Jewish
heritage.
The Center and its ser-
vices are designed to answer
inquiries of both observant
and non-observant Jews in
the Chicago metropolitan
community. All services re-
ndered are confidential and
without charge.

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THE TETROITIEWISWNER

NEW YORK — The 13th
edition of the annual "A
Guide to Israel Programs"
has been issued by the
World Zionist
Organization - American
Section, with a listing of
almost 200 programs rang-
ing in scope from three-
week study tours to six-
month work programs Sand
one and two-year high
school and university
courses as well as extended
yeshiva study oppor-
tunities.
The guide may be ordered
from the Publications De-
partment, World Zionist
Organization-American
Section, 515 Park Ave.,
New York 10022.

Ladino Course
at Bar-Ilan U.

RAMAT-GAN, Israel —
In an effort to preserve the
rich lingual tradition of
Sephardic Jews, the first
university-level studies in
the Ladino language are
now being instituted at
Bar-Ilan University.
The course is conducted
under the auspices of the In-
stitute for Research in the
History of the Jews in the
East, with the support ofthe
Israel Ministry of Educa-
tion and Culture.

Tough Question

JERUSALEM (ZINS)—
In response to questions
posed by Hebrew Univer-
sity Prof. Simon Herman,
62 percent of young Israelis
said they preferred to be
born as Jews. in Israel, if
given the choice, while only
32 percent said they would
prefer to be Jews if born ab-
road.
All of the Orthodox
youngsters polled preferred
Judaism whether in Israel
or abroad.

Emunah Month

NEW YORK—February
has been designated
Emunah Women of
America Month by the state
and the city of New York in
recognition of the name-
change of the organization.
The organization was
formely known as Hapoel
Hamizrachi Women.

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Youth News

ciMartizci

MRS. LIEBOWITZ

Susan Ruth Turkel and
Michael L. Liebowitz were
married in a recent double-
ring ceremony at Cong Beth
Shalom. Rabbi David Nel-
son and Cantor Samuel
Greenbaum officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr_ and Mrs. George
Turkel of Oak Park. Pa-
rents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Liebowitz
of New York.
Maid of honor was Mar-
garet Friedman of
Beechwood, Ohio. Brides-
maids were Gloria Jaslow
and Sandy Kraus. Ushers
were Dr. Barry Jaslow and
Harvey Turkel, brother of
the bride.
The couple is living in
Farmington Hills, following
a Toronto honeymoon.

Junior Division
Lecture Slated

gaitfi

Gerry Viedrah, president
of Consumers for Pure Food,
will speak on "The Dangers
of Everyday Eating" at an
open meeting of the Jewish
Welfare Federation Junior
Division 8 p.m. Wednesday
in the United Hebrew
Schools main building.
The meeting, the latest in
the Junior Division's 1978
lecture series, is free and
open to all Jewish men and
women of post-college. age
through their mid-30s.
Jeffrey N. Bonin is presi-
dent of Junior Division.
Marc. G. Whitefield is
chairman of the lecture
series. For information, call
Lilian Bernstein, division
director, at the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, 965-3939.

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BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES' Dor
Hadash Teens will have a
membership meeting and
disco dance lesson 7 p.m.
March 6 in the synagogue.
The BAHM Bulls will
play the Temple Emanu-El
team in the intercongrega-
tional basketball league
6:15 p.m. March 12 at the
main Jewish Community
Center building.
The team practicei 5:15
p.m. Thursdays at Ealy
Elementary School. For
information, call Danny
Minkus, 851-2628. For in-
formation on Dor Hadash
activities, call Denise
Fruman, adviser, 354-
6184, weekdays.
The Machar group (age
9-12) will hold tryouts for
the annual talent show
noon Sunday in Kaufer
Hall. For information, call
Andrea Rogoff, adviser,
531-1418, evenings.
* * *
_
BNAI DAVID Talit and
Tefilin Club will sponsor its
second father-son bowling
tournament 10 a.m. Sunday
at Ark Lanes West. Fathers
are invited to join with
teens, age 13-17, for morn-
ing services and breakfast
followed by bowling. For in-
formation, contact adviser
Alan Hurvitz, 557-0821.
Saturday morning Story
Hour will hold a special
lunch-and-games day
Saturday, immediately fol-

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fect-2s, to c.4avt3

MISS WINKLER

Mrs. Esther Winkler of
Oak Park announces the
engagement of her daugh-
ter, Judith, to Frank
Rosner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Rosner of Oak
Park.
Miss Winkler was
graduated from Wayne
State University with a
BSW degree. Her fiance is a
senior at the University of
Detroit's dental school.
Miss Winkler, daughter
of the late Mr. Julius Wink-
ler, and her finance plan a
May wedding.

Marriages

4

Hui Nam (Nina) Kong of
Seoul, Korea, and Sp. 4
Barry Schlussel, were
married last month in
Seoul, where the bride-
groom is stationed with the
Eighth Army. The bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Schlussel of
Winchester Ave., Oak Park.

lowing its regular 10 a.m.
meeting. All children age 4
to 7 are invited.
Shabat junior congrega-
tion, for youth age 8-10, will
continue its discussion on
Nazism during 10 a.m.
youth services Saturday in
the choir room. Youth age
11 to 14 will gather in the
chapel. A special youth kid-
dush follows services.
Ha-or (grades 5-6) will
hold a mystery car ride
on March 5, meeting 7
p.m. at the synagogue.
Parents are needed to
drive. For reservations
by March 3, contact ad-
viser Steve Kideckel,
967-1765.
For information on youth
activities at Bnai David,
contact the synagogue
youth-line, 557-8325, or lib-
rary, 557-8211.
* * *
Cong. Bnai David's Un-
ited Hebrew Schools branch
was the scene recently of
several "braha bees" in
which students competed in
reciting the blessings over
all types of food.
Winner in the Bet II class-
was Tina Wais. Three Dalet
II students tied for second
place: Bonnie Fellows, Jeff
Morgan and Michael Rus-
kin. Gimel I winners were
Barbara Bennett, Scott
Berk, Mark Eliades, Steven
Ginns, Melissa Mandell and
Joan Wolf.
The students are seeking
students from other Hebrew
schools who wish to compete
in a braha contest.
* * *

BNAI MOSHE Senior
United Synagogue Youth
and Kadimah will join the
Toledo USY noon today at
Bnai Moshe to go on a
weekend retreat at Camp
Tamarack. Theme for the
weekend is "Television on
Jewish Subjects." There
will be discussions on the
Middle East, Shabat ser-
vices, an oneg Shabat, me-
als, a social, movie, hikes
and winter sports.
The junior congregation
will have regular Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in

the chapel with adviser
Mark Eichner. Youth age
7-13 are invited. Kidush
with the main congregation
follows.
Story Hour for children
age 2-6 will meet 10 a.m.
Saturday in the playroom
with adviser Marilyn
Freilich. There will be
prayers, stories, songs and
refreshments. The children
will join the main congrega-
tion for kidush.
Rishonim, for children
in grades one and tv
will visit a bagel fac
March 5 as part of the
study of Jewish foods.
For information, call Ms.
Freilich,-546-5285.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday
in the synagogue for ser-
vices, breakfast and bowl-
ing. Youth age 13-18 are in-
vited. There is a nominal
fee. For information, call
the adviser, Burt Kideckel,
968-4857, or the synagogue,
548-9000.

* * *
BNEI AKIVA will have

a Shabaton today and
Saturday at. Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. Chevraya Bet
will have an oneg Shabat 9
p.m. today in the home of
Frada Kelman, 15629
Jeanette, Southfield.
Chevraya Aleph and Bet
will meet for services at the
synagogue. Luncheon will
be served. Chevraya Bet
will have a snif 3 p.m.
Saturday at the synagogue.
Motzaie Shabat Chevraya
Bet will have a movie and a
kumsitz. Refreshments will
be served.
Galil Cleveland-will join
the local Bnei Akiva for the
Shabaton. Chevraya Aleph
will have a surprise tochnit
Sunday. There is a charge,
and housing is available.
Applications are being
accepted for Camp Stone
and Machaneh
Hachanah (grade 10) and
for the Bnei Akiva Scho-
larship Institute in Israel.
For information, call the
advisers, Nathan Bigman,
968-1499; Annie Kelman,
557-8596; or Debbie Sim-
kovitz, 541-8945.

* * *

Students to Attend Science
and Humanities Symposium

The 14th annual South-
eastern Michigan Junior
Science and Humanities
Symposium will be held at
Wayne State University
March 3-4.
Some 150 high school
students and 75 teachers
are expected to participate.
The annual program, spon-
sored by area colleges and
universities and the U.S.
Army, is designed "to
stimulate interest in the
sciences and humanities,
promote knowledge and un-
derstanding and stress in-
terrelationships between
the various disciplines."

Other participants in-
clude: Dr. Bernard M. Goldman,

WSU professor of art and art his-
tory and director of the WSU

Press; Dr. Abraham Liboff, pro-
fessor and chairman of physics
at Oakland
– fi r.
George B. Beard and Dr. T
S. Stein of the WSU physics fa-
culty; and Dr. Martin M. Her-
man, acting dean of Monteith
College and chairman of
humanities at WSU.

High school teacher
participants include: Rita

Benjamin, Detroit Western, Lil-
lian R. Hurwitz, Hamtramck;
and Helene L. Politzer, Berkeley.

Student participants
include: Michael H. Cohen,

North Farmington; Lawrence D.
Gluckstein, Cass Tech; Meredith
A. Goodwin, Lahser; Avery S.
Lampert, Berkley; Deborah A.
Land, Cass Tech; Barbara A.
Levine, Ann Arbor Pioneer; Ar-
thur J. Rossner, Oak Park; and
Susan J. Sherman, Oak Park.

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