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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-23

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Lights! Action!

MACK PITT

Orchestra



Youth News

SHALOM
ADAT
Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades) will hold Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the chapel.
Shoresh (seventh and

eighth grades) will conduct
Shabat services 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board room.
The group also will meet for
a progressive lunch 1:30
p.m._ Sunday in the home of
Jeffrey Lupovitch, 6707
Edinborough, West Bloom-
field. There is a charge for
the social. For reservations,
call the youth department,
851-5100.
Migdal Tzion (ninth-12th
grades) will have an oneg
Shabat 8 p.m. today in the
home of Gail Nachman,
20225 Winchester, South-
field. The group also will
have its weekly Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the board room. Jonathan
Levy will read from the To-
rah.
Migdal Tzion also will
join the Greater Detroit
United Synagogue Youth
at a cabaret night star-
ring Phil Marcus Esser
and Tony Hayes 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at Cong. Bnai
Moshe: The program is
part of Regional Rally.
There is a charge.
For information, call the
youth department, 851-
5100.

is Dennis Polonich of the
Detroit Red Wings.
Final tryouts for the Beth
Stereophonic Dolby
SOund!
Achim youth chorale will be
Pop-Soul-Top 40
2 p.m. Sunday in the
synagogue. Children be-
358-3642
tween the ages of 11 and 18
are welcome. Refreshments
will be served.
* * *
DISCO IS THE POPULAR WAY TO GO
BNAI DAVID will be the
scene of a cartoon and ice
-Wedding-Graduation or Special Event.
cream party for young chil-
A Complete Program, including *Music *Lighting *Disco
dren age 4 to 7 at 2 p.m.
Dance Demonstrations and Disco Dance Lessons
Sunday in the synagogue.
There will be games, movies
By ART & JAN
and a performance by Tele-
Guest teachers of the 1978 Dance Masters
fano the clown. Admission
Convention of the state of Mich.
is free and all young chil-
call early forBvailable open dates
dren are invited. For infor-
852-8971 or 652.9736
mation, contact Story Hour
leader Michelle Goldman,
559-3584. The Story Hour
FENBY—STEIN
group also meets 10 a.m.
Saturdays for Shabat
TALENT AGENCY
stories, games and kidush.
Presents.
Youth in grades seven
and eight and teens in
• JERRY FENBY
• SHELBY LE
grades nine-12 will go to the
• GEORGE BROOKS • ERIC FREUDIGMAN
• TOM PLOEGER
Shrine Circus Sunday,
• INNOVATIONS
• KROSSWINDS
Meeting 1 p.m. in the youth
• TOUCH OF CLASS
• SOUNDS OF JEEP SMITH
lounge. Friends are invited.
For reservations, contact
LET OUR PROFESSIONALS
youth
directors Hartley
CONDUCT YOUR PARTY
Harris, 967-0735, or Danny
B55-1400
Kaplan, 398-7422.
Children in grades three
* * *
six will attend the circus
BETH ACHIM Lahav to
April
1, meeting 1 p.m. at
United Synagogue Youth the synagogue.
Transporta-
will attend the regional tion will be provided,
and
Jewelry Designer
rally cabaret 8 p.m. Satur- participants may bring
a
day at Cong. Bnai Moshe. bag lunch. Friends are in-
There
is
a
charge.
is happy to announce
vited. To reserve a ticket,
Shabat youth services contact
Debi
she will now be located in
begin at 10 a.m. Junior con- Chinsky • advisers
Harris, 967-0735,
gregation
will
meet
in
the
One of A Kind at Applegate Square.
968-7260.
Hebrew school wing this or Marsha Katz,
** *
week. The children's service
A Shabat luncheon will
She will be-happy to use
and young adult service will take
following 10
be held in their usual a.m. place
her creative talents in designing
yduth services
places.
March 31 for all young
a vnique and distinctive
people age 4 through 17.
Talit
and
Tefilin
Club
piece of jewelry,
will meet 9 a.m. Sunday in Awards will also be pre-
made especially for you.
the Klein Chapel. Services sented in the main con-
will be led by David Mintz. gregation to junior con-
.4 i . 29983 Northwestern Highway
358-1280
Services will be followed by gregation members who
a breakfast prepared by the have attended weekly
Southfield, Michigan 48034
356-2393
Men's Club. Guest speaker services. For luncheon
reservations, contact a
youth leader.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will hold a parent-teen
breakfast and bowl 9:30
a.m. April 1. The group is
open to young people age 13
to 17. For information, con-
tact adviser Alan Hurvitz,
557-0822.Persons wishing
to participate in youth pro-
gram activities should con-
SPEND A DAY AT CAMP -
tact
the Bnai David youth-
CAMP SHOMRIA, CAMP YOUNG JUDAEA & HABONIM CAMP TAVOR
line, 557-8325 or 557-8211.
SUNDAY; MARCH 25 from 12 NOON until 4:00 P.M. at the
• * *
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT
BNAI MOSHE Talit and
6600 WEST MAPLE ROAD, WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI. 48033
Tefilin Club will meet 8:30
a.m. Sunday for services
For your convenience, representatives from all the above camps
and breakfast, followed by
will be available to answer your questions.
bowling. Brian Hammer,
religious vice president,
will conduct services. To
participate in services, call
Brian, 542-2939. Youth age
OTTY LAKE, PERTH, ONTARIO
12-17 are invited. For in-
formation on Talit and Tefi-
FOR INFORMATION CALL.
lin activities, call Joe Aller,
UZI GREENVALD 313-424-8078
publicity chairman, 968-
8648, or Mark Cymerint,
president, 547-1348.
Tickets are available for
the youth group trip to a De-
troit Tiger baseball game
slated April 27. For tickets,
call Mark Eichner, junior
congregation adviser, 358-
FOR INFORMATION CALL:
FOR INFORMATION CALL:
0065, or the synagogue,
DETROIT OFFICE 313-661-1038
548-9000.
ESTHER TAL 313-557-0162
For information on youth

And His
_ DISCO MACHINE

DISCO

.



Susan Fox

THE BEST SUMMER
FOR YOUR CHILD!

CAMP SHOMRIA

CAMP YOUNG JUDAEA

HABONIM
CAMP TAVOR

department activities, call
Hanan Weizman, youth di-
rector, 626-2355, or the
synagogue, 548-9000.
* * *
HABONIM will hold its
annual neshef (party) 8:30
p.m. Saturday in the Labor
Zionist Institute. The eve-
ning will include short
plays, Israeli folk dances
and refreshments. All are
invited. There is a charge.
For information, call Alisa
Schreier, 642-0142; or
Alicia Klein, 352-3644.
* * *
UNITED HEBREW
SCHOOLS' high school
will hold its annual "shul-
in" Saturday and Sunday in
the main UHS building.
At 8 p.m. Saturday, Mr.
and Mrs. Morton (Naomi)
Eden will speak on "Cults."
Ruth Raimi, president of
the United Hebrew School's
Woman's Auxiliary, will in-
troduce the speakers.
Workshops will be con-
ducted by Dr. Jay B. Stern,
Rabbi Sidney Green, Renee
Wohl, Bea Kreichman and
Daniel Schwartz.
The PTO will serve
dinner at 10. A disco will fol-
low at midnight. Featured
will be "Tootie and the
Frooties" and Sheldon Yel-
len.

'

The "shul-in" will feature
refreshments, movies, sere
ices and breakfast. There is
a charge.

Absence diminishes little
passions and increases
great ones, as wind extin-
guishes candles and fans a
fire.
— La Rochefoucauld

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Admission $2.00
For info call 548-9000

For Jewish youth ages 14 18

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