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September 15, 1978 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-15

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Youth News

age 4-7 will meet Saturday
for services. The morning
group, led by Nechama
Kupinsky, will meet 10 a.m.
at Young Israel of Green-
• field. All groups will meet
3:30 p.m. Saturday at
• Young Israel of Greenfield.
For information, call group
leader, Alissa Leiderman,
Young Israel Chalutzim,
for grades three-five, will
3:30 p.m. Saturday at
g Israel of Greenfield.
For information, call group
leaders, Michael
Schwartzberg, 557-4157, or
Anita Mandel, 542-3067.
Young Israel Teens of the
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth will hold
a special oneg Shabat Sept.
30 at Young Israel of Green-
- field. The group will discuss
various aspects of the High
a" Holidays. For information,
call Rachel Flatt, 399-2777.
* * *
and Tefilin Club, for youth
age 13-18, will hold an
organizational meeting and
breakfast 8:30 a.m. Sunday
in the synagogue. For in-
formation, call the adviser,
Josh Leopold, 968-3594.
Senior United Synagogue
Youth will hold kick-off
services for USY 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board room.
For information on USY ac-
tivities, call President Ron
Demak, 968-0474, or Steve
Cohen, adviser, 545-5348.
All Bnai Moshe youth
groups, Senior USY, junior
congregation, Kadimah,


attend an ice cream social - 2
p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue. There will be
games. •
For information on Bnai
Moshe youth programs, call
Hanan Weizman, youth di-
rector, 626-2355, or the
synagogue 548-9000.

* * *

BNAI DAVID youth pro-
gram directors for the com-
ing year are Danny Kaplan
and Hartley Harris. Marsha

Katz joins the staff as leader
of the Ha-or youth group,
and Michelle Goldman will
conduct the Saturday morn-
ing Story Hour.
Shabat groups will begin
the year at 10 a.m. Satur-
day. Story Hour will meet
for young children age 4-7,
with Shabat stories and
games. Junior congregation
will conduct youth services
for children age 8-10 in the
meeting room adjacent to
the social hall, and for youth
age 11-14 in the chapel.
Services will include games,
stories and discussions on
current topics. Members
also will attend a Detroit
Lions football game (Nov.
12) and will receive
attendance awards
throughout the year.
Talit and Tefilin Club (for
teens age 13-17) will begin
its year 9 a.m. Sunday, in
the chapel. The group meets
weekly to conduct morning
services, followed by break-
fast and bowling at Ark
West Lanes. Trophies will
be awarded, and fathers are
invited. The group will
attend a Detroit Lions foot-
ball game Oct. 22. For in-
formation, contact adviser
Alan Hurvitz, 557-0822.
Ruach (grades three
through four) and Ha-or
(grades five through six)
will begin activities after
the High Holy Days.
Masada (grades seven
through eight) will kick
off the year with apple
picking at 1:30 p.m. Sept.
Atid senior group (for
teens in grades nine


during January and Feb-
chairman is Dave Freed-
man; co-chairman is .Dr.
Henri Bernard. Youth ac-

tivities are open to all in-
terested young people. For
information, contact youth
directors Harris or Kaplan
at the synagogue youth-
line, 557-8325 or 557-8211.


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Amit Leaves Government
as DMC Break-Up Finishes

Meir Amit, the minister of
transportation and com-
munications, resigned from
government Wednesday
erve as a leader of a new
political group that has
broken away from the
Democratic Movement for
Change (DMC). Amit in-
formed Premier Menahem
Begin of his resignation in a
telephone call to Camp
The new group will be
known as Shai — an ac-
ronym for Shinooi (change)
and Yozma (initiative).


Under an agreement be-
tween Amnon Rubinstein,
leader of the dissenters and
Deputy Premier Yigael
Yadin, the DMC which
Yadin founded more than a
year ago to be a new force in

Israeli politics ceased to
exist on Thursday.
Of the DMCs 15 Knesset
members, seven, includ-
ing Rubinstein, will form
the nucleus of the new
faction which will not be
a member of Begin's coal-
ition government. Six
MKs will remain with
Yadin and one, Assaf
Yaguri, is expected to de-
mself a one-man
clare hi
Knesset faction but will
continue to support the
The break-up of the DMC
will reduce Begin's Knesset
majority from 76 to 69 seats.
Amit, former head of the
Histadrut-owned Koor In-
dustries, quit the Labor
Party before the 1977 elec-
tions to join with Yadin and
Rubinstein in the DMC

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