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November 17, 1978 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

511 Friday, November 11, 1978

Youth News n

BNAI DAVID Rua ch sored by synagogue mem- Talit and Tefilin Club ac-
(grades three - four) will see bers Mr. and Mrs. Morris tivities, call Josh Leopold,
a children's play at the Fishman. The Abramson adviser, 968-3594.
Senior USY will sponsor a
Jewish Center Book Fair family tree dated back tc
Sunday, meeting 1:15 p.m. 1832, and is currently on dinner-theater event 7 p.m.
Saturday at the synagogue.
at the synagogue and pro- display in the library.
Theme for the event is
* * *
ceeding to the Jewish
"Dinner With Carlos Mon-
Community Center. Re-
BNAI MOSHE youth
freshments will be served, department announces tez." Following dinner, the
and children will have the Sharon Blumberg has been group will see Buffo at the
opportunity to buy books. named adviser to the Raven Gallery. There is a
For reservations, contact Giborim Chapter and charge.
Youth group members
adviser Karen Davidoff, Barbra Brown is the new
will participate in the
545-6232, evenings.
Kadimah adviser.
Ha-or (grades five-six)
Junior congregation Central Region USY fall
will hold a bowling party will hold Shabat services 10 boards conclave Nov.
Sunday, meeting 6 p.m. at a.m. Saturday in the chapel, 24-26. A city-wide social
the synagogue. Cost will in- led by adviser Mark Eich- will be held NoC 25 at
clude bowling shoes and re- ner. Boys and girls age 6-14 Adat Shalom Synagogue.
For information, call Ron
freshments. For reserva- are invited.
Demak, 968-0474, or the
tions, contact adviser
Story Hour, led by adviser synagogue youth line,
Marsha Katz, 968-7260, Marilyn Freilich, will meet
evenings.
10 a.m. 'Saturday in the 548-3123.
For information on Bnai
Masada (grades seven- nursery. Children age 3-6
eight) will join with Cong. are invited to join in songs, Moshe youth activities, call
Hanan Weizman, youth di-
Beth Achim to attend a gym prayer and games.
rector, 626-2355, or the
and swim night at the
United synagogue, 548-9000.
Senior
Jewish Center, Saturday,
* * *
meeting 7:15 p.m. at the Synagogue Youth will
BETH SHALOM youth
synagogue. Drivers are meet 10 a.m. Saturday in
needed. For information, the board room for serv- will be treated to a showing
contact secretary Helayne ices. Young adults age of "Rumplestiltskin," pre-
15-18 are invited. Ron sented by the Traveling
Shaw, 967-4415.
Atid seniors (grades Demak, president, and Smiles Children's Theatre 2
nine-12) will attend the Steve Cohen, adviser, p.m. Nov. 26 in the
synagogue. Refreshments
gym and swim night will lead the services.
Junior congregation, will be available. Admis-
Saturday at the Jewish
Center, meeting 7:30 p.m. Senior USY and Story Hour sion is nominal. For infor-
at the synagogue. Drivers join the main congregation mation, call Janet Eizel-
man, 398-2940, or Barbara
are needed. For informa- for kidush.
Talit and Tefilin Club Lefton, 547-0522.
tion, contact adviser
* * *
Hartley Harris, 967-0735, will meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday
in the chapel for services, Parley Postponed
evenings.
Atid members elected followed by breakfast and
The city-wide conference
Diane Shaw president at bowling at Oak Park Lanes.
their recent election meet- Talit and Tefilin will par- for Jewish high school stu-
ing. Vice presidents are ticipate in an intercongre- dents, slated Nov. 24, has
Ross Foner and Katie gational bowling tourna- been postponed because of
Lazarus. Secretaries are ment against the Cong. insufficient participation,
Bonnie Gould and David Bnai David group, and will announced Dr. Irving
Nathan. Treasurer is Steve see a Detroit Piston-Seattle Panush, chairman of the
Warriors basketball game 8 youth conference subcom-
Dines.
Shabat Junior Congrega- p.m. Jan. 13 at the Silver- mittee of the Jewish Com-
tion elected officers during dome. For information on m-unity Council.
recent youth services. The
group for children age 8-10
re-elected Robbie Chatlin,
president; Jeff Kaufman,
vice president; Craig
Freedman and Jeremy
The medical staff of Sinai Saul Sugar, "in recognition
Shere, secretaries; Todd Hospital of Detroit will be of his past service as chair-
Stearn, treasurer; Julie honored at the annual meet- man of the department of
Pritz and Debbie Beren, ing of the corporation 8 p.m. eye, ear, nose and throat
chairmen.
Monday in the Zuckerman from 1968 to 1977," and
Youth age 11-14 chose
Jane. Blumberg, "for her
Greta Bernard, Auditorium on the Sinai service and leadership as
campus.
president; Eric Lusky,
Five physicians who have past president of the guild
vice president; Betsy
served
as chief of staff for from 1976 to 1978."
Bernard, secretary; Rod
The meeting coin-
the
hospital
since its found-
Brown, treasurer; Lisa
memorates
Sinai's 25-
ing in 1953 will be recog-
Chatlin, chairman.
year history and will
nized
at
the
meeting.
They
For additional informa-
have a silver anniversary
v, tion on youth activities, are former Chiefs of Staff theme. A highlight of the
Drs.
Harry
C.
Saltzstein,
I.
contact the synagogue
Jerome Hauser, Hyman S. evening will be the pre-
youth line, 557-8325.
miere showing of a
Sher Rice, li'rarian at Mellen, Eli M. Brown, and documentary film
current
Chief
of
Staff
Dr.
Bnai David Gruskin Li-
entitled "Our Purpose Is
brary, announces that Lloyd J. Paul. A sixth Chief to Serve — The Record of
youth group member Eric of Staff, - Dr. Saul Sinai Hospital's First
Abramson was awarded Rosenzweig, is deceased.
Two persons will be hon- Quarter Century —
first prize in the Trace Your
1953-1978."
Jewish Roots contest, spon- ored at the meeting: Dr. H.
The nominating commit-
tee of the board of trustees
will also present six names
for re-election at the meet-
ing. Nominated for five-
year terms are: Martin E.
Citrin, William M. David-
son, Rose L. Greenberg, A.
Alfred Taubman and Ger-
From all over the world
trude Zemon-Gass.
ISRAEL: DAVID & ANDY
A reception in the Zuc-
CALIF.: DANNY
SOUTHFIELD: DEBBIE & JEFF
kerman Dining Room will
LANSING: JOANNE & BEN
follow.

Sinai Hospital Meeting Is
Occasion to Cite Physicians

HAPPY

10TH

BIRTHDAY

ZAIDE NATE

DETROIT: ROSE

WE LOVE YOU

Quarrel (if you must)
with someone above you.

Religious Schools Dinner
Will Honor Alvin Reifman

Alvin Reifman will re-
ceive the Golden Torah
Award of Beth Yehudah
Schools on Sunday at the
schools' 64th anniversary
banquet.
The annual affair will be
held 6 p.m. Sunday at Fair-
lane Manor.
Reifman will be honored

REMEMBER

cal college and an evening
extension program.
The school hopes to ac-
quire a new building in the
future to include dormitory
facilities.
Sunday's dinner is the
school's major fund-raising
event of the year. For ticket
information, call Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah, 557-6750.

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support of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah."
David B. Holtzman and
I. William Sherr are co-
chairmen of the dinner.
Guest speaker will be
Sen. Lowell" Weicker of
Connecticut.
The Beth Yehudah pro-
grams include the boys'
school; the Sally Allan Ale-
xander Beth Jacob School
for girls, which was donated
last year by Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Allan; the rabbini-

Health Agency
Sets Workshop

The Threshold Commu-
nity Mental Health Agency
will sponsor an all-day
workshop entitled, "Crisis
in the Life Cycle," 8:30 a.m.
Tuesday at the agency, 723
Woodward Heights, Hazel
Park.
Speakers include Dr.
Robert Abramovitz, associ-
ate professor of pediatrics
and psychiatry at Yale Uni-
versity; Dr. Bruce Danto,
director of Suicide Preven-
tion and Drug Information
Center; Dr. Lawrence Kol-
tonow, consulting psychiat-
rist; Preston Murray, direc-
tor, older adult services,
Catholic Social Services of
Oakland County; Sue-Ann
Stein, planner, Area
Agency on Aging Region
1B; and Mary Leonhardi of
the Suicide Prevention and
Drug Information Center.
There is a fee which in-
cludes lunch. Advance
reservations are required.
The public is invited. For in-
formation, call Rosalie
Schwartz at the Threshold
office, 543-4680.

LZA Branch 137
to Gather Sunday

Arlazaroff - Avrunin -
Weizman Branch 137,
Labor Zionist Alliance, will
hold a cultural meeting
noon Sunday at the Labor
Zionist Institute, an-
nounces Isadore Brown,
president. Brunch will be
served.
Teiler,
Mordecai
educator, will speak on the
life and work of I.L. Peretz.
Guests and friends are wel-
come.

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