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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-12

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TIE 11111MT =SI NEWS

Si Friday, May 12, MI

Program for Russians Due

A group of rabbis from the
central office in New York
of Friends of Refugees of
Eastern Europe (FREE)
will conduct a program for
Russian immigrants in the
Detroit area, 8 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Lubavitcher Cen-
ter in Oak Park.

The Detroit visit is part of
a 65-city, 20,000 mile tour of
the U.S. The rabbis will
show a movie about
Judaism, distribute Hebrew
books and pamphlets trans-
lated into Russian, and dis-
tribute Jewish articles such
as mezzuzot and tefilin
Four Russian-speaking
rabbis are making the tour,
using a motor home donated
by Marvin Tamaroff of
Southfield_
FREE has been work-
ing for 10 years in New
York, and has estab-
lished branches in Oak
Park, Chicago and Bal-
timore.
For information about the
program, call Mrs. Leah
Lipszyc, 968-2445.

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Featuring
T.V. a Recording Artist

VICKIE CARROLL

"Prchasionet Entertainment"

254599

354-0110

BETH EL BROTHER-
HOOD will be joined by the
temple's social action com-
mittee 9:30 a.m. Sunday in
the temple. Alvin Kushner,
executive director of the
Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit,
will be guest speakef.

It's illegal to lasso a fish
in Knoxville, Tennessee.

HAIR REMOVED FOREVER

Men & Women

Short Wave Method

Fast • Safe • Permanent

Any Part of Body
Free Consultation

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Formerly of Northland Center

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(Betty. Southfield & Greenfield)

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968-0820

will meet with adviser Fred
Fischer 2 p.m. Sunday at
the synagogue to go to the
Jewish Community Center
for an Israel independence
day celebration. For infor-
mation, call Fischer, 968-
2542.
Giborim, for children
in grades three-five will
meet 2 pan. Sunday at the
synagogue with adviser
Joan Fischer. The chil-
dren will go to the Jewish
center, where they will
join the festivities honor-
ing Israel's 30th birthday.
Friends are invited. For
information, call Ms.
Fischer, 968-2542.
All Bnai Moshe youth
groups will meet May 21 at
the synagogue to go to Tiger
Stadium for a baseball
game. For information, call
Eichner, 358-0065, or
Hanan Weizman, 626-2355.
•• •

YOUNG ISRAEL
TEENS of the National
Conference of Synagogue
Youth will hold an oneg
Shabat 4:30 p.m. Saturday
in the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Joel Zacks, 15221
Dartmouth, Oak Park.
YI Teens will meet 7:30
p.m. Tuesday in the
synagogue youth office for
"YIT Room." Refreshments
will be served.
YI Teens will be repre-
sented at the Central East
Regional convention May
26-28 in Ohio. Anyone in-
terested in attending the
conference or other activi-
ties should call the
president, Janet Fink,
967-3073.
•• •
SHALOM
BETH
KADIMA elected Jay

Young Israel of Oak-Woods
Grants Gordon Life Tenure

Rabbi James I. Gordon,
spiritual leader of Young Is-
rael of Oak-Woods for the
past 15 years, was granted
life tenure by the congrega-
tion, it was announced by
Morris Asher, chairman of
the board.
Rabbi and Mrs. Gordon
will be honored at the an-
nual installation banquet
June 7 in Stollman Hall of
the synagogue.
Meanwhile, the con-
gregation announced
that Wilbert Simkovi(z

Campaign
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United Synagogue Youth
will have Shabat morning
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the board room. All high
school-age youth are in-
vited. Kidush with the main
congregation follows.
The seniors will meet 8
p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue to celebrate Is-
rael's independence day.
They then will go to the
Jewish Community Center
for movies, Israeli singing
and dancing and Israeli
food. Friends are invited.
The seniors will meet for
a special oneg Shebat and
dinner May 19 at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Alan
Weiner, 28000 Danvers,
Farmington Hills.
For information about
senior activities, call ad-
viser Sandy Silver, 356-
0604, or President Nancy
Ankerman, 546-5797.
Junior congregation
will meet 10 a.m. Satur-
day in the chapel for
Shebat services. All boys
and girls age 7-13 are in-
vited. Adviser Mark
Eichner directs the serv-
ices and discusses the
Torah portion of the
week. A kidush with the
main congregation fol-
lows. For information,
call Eichner, 358-0065.
Story Hour, ,for children
age 3-6, will meet 10 a.m.
Saturday in the playroom
with adviser Marilyn
Freilich. Special Shabat
prayers, stories, songs,
games and refreshments
are included in the pro-
gram. For information, call
Ms. Freilich, 546-5285.
Kadimah USY for boys
and girls in grades six-eight

MD

JNF land supports the whole Israel
economy — it grows food — on it stands
lsraers reigibus, educational and welfare
institutions. A bequest to the NJF is a
bequest to Assent:. Jewish people, ink-
ing the nom* of the Testator with Israel in
perpetuity.

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11

Youth News

BNAI MOSHE Senior

The Muscular Dystrophy
Association is seeking vol-
unteers to participate in its
door-to-door drive to take
place 5-9 p.m. June 6 in
Wayne, Oakland, Macomb
and Monroe Counties.
Proceeds will help pro-
vide diagnosis, lab tests,
physical and occupational
therapy, braces, wheel-
chairs, genetic counseling
and miscellaneous medical
services free of charge to
MD patients in Southeast-
ern Michigan.
To volunteer, call the De-
troit office, 399-6320, or the
Oakland County branch
office, 544-7485.

RABBI GORDON
was elected president of
the synagogue at its an-
nual membership meet-
ing. Other officers are
Hyman Brown, Alex
Ungar and Robert Tor-
gow, vice presidents;
Manuel Levitsky, trea-
surer; and Fayga Dom-
bey, recording secretary.
Elected to the board of di-
rectors for a three-year term
were Asher, Dr. David J.
Berris, Nathan But-
rimovitz, David L. Fried-
man, Louis Horowitz, Dr.
Gerald Kirzner and Sonia
Ribiat. Larry Gormezano
was elected to fill an unex-
pired term to 1980. Honor-
ary board members are
Morris Flatt and Meyer
Eisenberg.

Schwartz president at its
recent general meeting.
Other officers are Steven
Littky, vice president;
Stephen Gold, religious
chairman; Karin
Weitzman, social chairman;
Sandra Hollander, secre-
tary; and Michael Smith,
treasurer.
Kadima will have its in-
stallation service 8 p.m.
May 19 in the synagogue.
An oneg Shebat will follow.
Everyone is invited. United
Synagogue Youth-Kadima
services are held 10 a.m.
Saturdays in the daily
chapel. Everyone is invited.
Beth Shalom Shiraleers
will sing at the Men's Club
Mother's Day Brunch 11
a.m. Sunday in the
synagogue. Participants in-
clude Susan Knoppow, Julie
Satz, Jonathan Katz,
Cheryl Rope, Julie Finstein,
Karen Finstein, Shari Katz,
Lisa Weitzman, Leigh
Dones, Felice Katzman,
Sheryl Katzman, Alex
Greenbaum, Harry Nelson,
Wendy Littky and Debra
Nelson.
• • •
BNAI DAVID Atid
senior youth group will hold
an oneg Shabat dinner and
program 7 p.m. today in the
home of adviser Hartley
Harris, 15270 Kenton, Oak
Park. Theme for the pro-
gram will be the 30th an-
niversary of the state of Is-
rael. Teens in grades nine-
12 are invited. For informa-
tion, contact adviser Harris,
967-0735, or secretary
Diane Shaw, 967-4415.
Atid will attend the
regional convention of the
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth to be held
May 26-28 in Cleveland,
Ohio. Discounts will be
given to group members,
and bus transportation will
be included in the applica-
tion fee. Interested persons
should contact adviser Har-
ris or president Steve Dines,
557-1977.
Ha-or (grades five-six)
will hold a bowl-a-thon 1:30
p.m. June 4 to help raise
money for a group trip to
Cedar Point. Portions of
money raised will be do-
nated to charity. Members
will seek sponsors for the
event. For information, con-
tact adviser Steve Kideckel,
968-1765.
Story Hour invites all
children age 4 to 7 to
attend a birthday ,party -
for Israel on Sunday, as
part of a trip to the Israel
Expo '78 at the Jewish
Community Center.
Children will meet with
leader Wendy Greenspan
at 1:15 p.m. at the
synagogue and proceed
to the Jewish Community
Center. A magic show
and refreshments are in-
cluded in the program.
For reservations, call the
synagogue youth-line,
557-8325, or library, 557-
8211. The group also
meets 10 a.m. Saturdays.
Junior congregation will
celebrate Israel's indepen-
dence through discussion
and games during 10 a.m.
Shabat youth services

Saturday. Children age
8-10 will meet in the choir
room while youth age 11-14
gather in the chapel. A spe-
cial youth kidush is held at
the conclusion of services.
Persons attending the
performance of "The Second
Time Around," starring
Yiddish actress Molly Pi-
con, should meet 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the
synagogue. Tickets will be
distributed at that time.
Bus transportation will be
provided.
For information on youth
activities at Bnai David,
contact the synagogue
youth-line, 557-8325, or li-
brary, 557-8211.

BBYO
Activities

Bnai Brith Youth Organ-
ization will hold its elec-
tions training conclave
today - Sunday at Camp
Tamarack. Windsor, Flint,
Mt. Clemens, Grand
Rapids and Detroit-area
teens will attend. The pur-
pose of the weekend is to
train newly elected chapter
officers and to elect new
AZA and BBG Council
leadership for the coming
program year. A special
guest at the weekend will be
Jodi Binstock of Denver,
Colo., international BBG
president. Coordinators for
the weekend are Rachel
Kamerman of Sabra BBG
and Larry Kosova of Benny
AZA. Staff coordinator is
Arnold J. Weiner, BBYO di-
rector.
Planning has begun for
the AZA Softball League
which will meet Sunday
mornings from June 4
through Aug. 27 at Cran-
brook Field in Southfield.
Coordinator for the softball
league is Mary Rotblatt of
Goode AZA. Staff coor-
dinator is Brian Ackerson,
program director.
The District AZA-BBG
Convention will be held
June 22-26, at Schwartz's
Resort in Elkhart Lake,
Wis. The theme of the con-
vention will be "Jewish
Survival: The Dangers
Within, The Dangers With-
out." About 60 Michigan
BBYOers will attend. Coor-
dinators for the convention
from Michigan Region are
Nancy Newman of Aliyah
BBG and Larry Bircoll of
Goode AZA.
The AZA and BBG
Council will hold its an-
nual installation June 19
at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. A disco
dance will follow. Coor-
dinators are Marcy
Lichterman of Disraeli
BBG and Roger Klein of
Goode AZA. Staff coor-
dinator is Bonnie Gor-
don, assistant director.
BBYO announces the
formation of two new chap-
ters: Simcha BBG of West
Bloomfield and Zero Mostel
AZA of Southfield. Anyone
interested in joining these
newly formed chapters may
call the BBYO office, 354-
6113.

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