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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14 Friday, April 6, 1979

HAPPY PASSOVER

Youth News

Shabat services 10 a.m. named Nitzanim (blos-
Saturday in the board room. soms). The group holds
Refreshments and a pro-
Barry Frank will read from Shabat services for
gram will follow in the
youngsters age 3-7 10 a.m.
youth lounge. The two the Torah.
Migdal Tzion will go to Saturdays in the board
groups also will conduct
the Federation. Apart- room.
Nitzanim will meet 10
ments in Oak Park 2 p.m.
Sunday to help the resi- a.m. Thursday and April 13
dents with chores and er- in the synagogue for
rands. Those wishing to Passover services.
.* * *
April 2— To Mr. and Mrs. participate should con-
Cantor Sidney
Jerrold Bigelman (Lyne tact Elyse Jacobs, 557-
BNAI DAVID youth will
Geronemus) of Farmington 9464.
sponsor a hayride and bar-
Hills, a son, Joseph Aaron.
For information "about beque for seventh and
* * *
eighth graders Sunday,
youth activities, contact the
Certified Mohel
March 23 — To Mr. and youth department 851- meeting 6 p.m. at the
358-1426 or 357-5544
synagogue. Parents are
Mrs. Marshall Gordon 5100.
Henri needed to drive. There is a
(Ronna Nelson) of Hun-
Meanwhile,
Cantor SAMUEL
tington Woods, a son, Adam
Bizaoui, an Egyptian Jew charge. For information,
whose family was expel- contact adviser Danny Kap-
Nelson.
** *
Certified
led from Egypt in 1956, lan, 398-7422, or Masada
March 21 — To Rabbi and
will talk about the prob- group president Riva Dines,
Mrs. Yaakov Rivlin (former lems of the Jews in Arab 557-1977.
Hospitals
Ser ving Homes
Detroiter Reva Bakst) of
399-7194
Atid senior group basket-
countries at the Ronnie
Jerusalem, Israel, a son,
Posen Cultural Lunch- ball team will play its next
Chaim.
REV. HERSHt
eon, 1:15 p.m. April 14 at game 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
** *
Adat Shalom Synagogue. the Jewish Community
March 19 — To Dr. and
Bizaoui's lecture is Center. The April 1 hayride
Mrs. Joel Shavell (Helena
Certified Mohel
entitled, "Jews From Arab was postponed to May 6 due
Opatowski), 6754 Timber
Lands — A Forgotten Is- to rain.
Ridge, Bloomfield Hills, a
557-0888
1
Talit aad Tefilin Club
sue."
son, Daren Bahr.
557-7629
* * *
The luncheon will follow awarded bowling trophies
March 18 — To Mr. and
the synagogue's semi- at its special April 1
RABBI S. ZACHARIASH
Mrs. Jerry K. Stein (Susan
annual youth main parent-teen breakfast and
Specialized
J. Witt) of Berkley, a son,
sanctuary service which be- bowling tournament. Win-
Ralph.
MOHEL
ners were Richard Lampear
gins at 9 a.m.
* * *
In Home or Hospital
Members of the youth and Kevin Mendelson and
Feb. 23 — To Dr. and Mrs.
groups will conduct the their fathers. Teens age 13
Gary Galens (Barbara For-
557-9666
Shabat morning service in to 17 are invited to 9 a.m.
man) of Farmington Hills, a
its entirety for the congre- services, breakfast and
son, Jeffrey Steven.
** *
RABBI DR. LEO
gation. Leading the service bowling every Sunday. For
To Mr. and Mrs. Richard
will be Jonathan Levy, information, contact ad-
B. Weil (former Detroiter
Michael Nachman, Steven viser Alan Hurvitz, 557-
Expert Mohel
Carol Weltman) of Lupovitch, Howard 0822.
Serving Hospitals and Homes
Junior congregation pre-
Montclair, N.J. an adopted
Lupovitch, Sanford Vieder
547-8555
LI 2-4444 -
daughter, Sarah Beth.
and Lennard Jacobson. Ste- sented additional awards
van Levy and Mark Schos- for attendance at Shabat
youth services at its March
tak will read the Torah.
A special youth forum 31 luncheon. Honorees
on different aspects of were: Aneke Adler, Vivian
Passover will be pre- Adler, Debbie Beren, Alissa
sented by Steven Citron, Lisa Duchin, Gael
Lupovitch, Julie Green- Grossman, Felisa Krause,
Ken Krause, Wendy Levitt,
berg and Elyse Jacobs.
The luncheon is free to Steve Nakisher, Robby
youth group members. For Nakisher and Melanie
reservations, call the youth Newman. Shabat groups
meet 10 aim. Saturdays for •
department,851-5100.
* * *
young people age 4 through
correcti/
BETH ACHIM will start 14.
For information on youth
a new youth group in the
• bass
• dingo
fall for children in grades activities at Bnai David,
• keds
,..
• foot traits
three and four. Judy Goldis contact the synagogue
• converse
• hush puppies
f or
will be adviser. Parents youth-line, 557-8325 or
ebata
• dexter_
with children in grades 557-8211. * * *
danskin
• weber
three and four who wish to
the
• lazy bones
HASHACHAR,
join should call Mrs. Goldis,
• libildlife-tico
626-1181, or Cantor Earl Zionist youth movement
sponsored by Hadassah,
Berris, 352-8670.
The children's group led will hold its annual conven-
at carrningtontAfarpihstori hills
by Beth Norman has been tion April 20-22 at the main
Jewish Community Center.
Students in grades, four=
eight will participate.
Members are expected
from Benton Harbor.
Kalamazoo, Jackson, Lans-
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The convention will focus
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on Pesach, Israel Indepen-
dence Day and Holocaust
Remembrance Day, and the
roles children played in
these events throughout
history.
Five kosher meals will
be served, and activities
include Shabat services,
Israeli dancing, sports,
singing, games, swim-
ming, contests and more.
For information, call
Hashachar, 661-1038, or
the Jewish Center, 661-
1000, ext. 283.

SHALOM
ADAT
Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades) will hold Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the chapel.
Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) and Migd6.1
Tzion (ninth-12th grades)
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