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April 20, 1979 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, April 20, 1919

Allied Jewish Campaign Will
Close With Reception Thursday

Several hundred workers
for the 1979 Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel Emer-
gency Fund will celebrate
the formal closing of the
Campaign at a reception 8
p.m. Thursday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Guest speaker will be Ep-
hraim Evron, Israel's am-
bassador to the U.S.
Before assuming the am-
bassadorship earlier this
year, Evron was director
general of Israel's Foreign
Ministry. A member of the
foreign service since 1949,
he has been Israel's ambas-
sador to Sweden and
Canada and has held
ministerial positions in

Larry Gormezano, left, planning associate for the
Jewish Welfare Federation, spoke to the Senior Adult
Council of the Ten Mile branch of the Jewish Commu-
nity Center April 4. With him are Council President
Edward Stark, center, and Carl R. Lichtenstein,
chairman of the day.
Washington,
London and totals raised by their work-
The Sensational IN
ers. This year's Campaign is
Israel.
PEOPLE'S CHOICE
Rabbi Irwin Groner of expected to raise a record
Quartet
Shaarey Zedek will deliver peacetime amount.
• 4 Singers +Horns +Guitar
Reservations are re-
the invocation.
• Recent U.S. Tour •
General quired for the reception. For
Campaign
• Russian Shers to Disco
Chairmen David Handle- information, call the Jewish
man and Irving R. Seligman Welfare Federation, 965-
Cali for appt. to hear band
will preside over the meet- 3939.
699-3593
In a final effort to secure
ing, at which division
chairmen will report on the pledgeS, workers will hold a
telethon during the eve-
ning, Monday, Tuesday and
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Shomer Shabat
Baseball League

Registration is under way
for a Shomer Shabat
baseball program coordi-
nated by the Young Israel
Youth Commission. Appli-
cations are being taken
from children age 7-10.
They can be obtained at the
office of the Young Israel of
Greenfield, 15140 W. 10
Mile, Oak Park. There - is a
registration fee, payable to
Young Israel Teens.
Games will be played on
weekday evenings and
Sundays in May and June.

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Youth News

ADAT
SHALOM
Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades), Shoresh (seventh
and eighth grades) and
Migdal Tzion (ninth-12th
grades) will join the main
congregation in honoring
Rabbi Efry Spectre at
Shabat services 9 a.m.
Saturday in the sanctuary.
Steven Lupovitch will re-
cite the Shaharit service.
Michael Neuvirth and
Mark Weingarten will read
from the Torah. Michael
Rocklin will lead the As-
hrei. A luncheon will follow
the service. For reserva-
tions, call the youth de-
partment, 851-5100.
Migdal Tzion's basket-
ball team, the Ariot, will
play the Temple Beth
Jacob team 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at the main
Jewish Community Cen-
ter. Spectators are wel-
come.
For information about
youth activities, call the
youth department, 851-
5100.
* * *
BNAI DAVID Ruach
(grades three-four) will go
bowling in
duck pin
Windsor on Sunday, meet-
ing 1 p.m. in the synagogue
youth lounge. Cost will in-
clude bowling shoes and ice
cream. Friends are wel-
come, and parents are
needed to drive. For reser-
vations, contact adviser
Debi Chinsky Harris, 967-
0735, evenings.
Ha-or (grades five-six)
members who wish to make
.posters and help work the
car wash fund-raiser 10:30
a.m. April 29 should contact
adviser Marsha Katz, 968-
7260, by Thursday. Pro-
ceeds will go towards char-
ity and for the June 21 trip
to Cedar Point.
Masada (grades seven-
eight) will hold an oneg
Shabat dinner to celebrate
Israel's 31st anniversary,
following a miniature golf
outing April 27. Partici-
pants will gather at 4:30
p.m. in the synagogue.
Dinner and pick up will be
at the home of Hartley Har-
ris, 15270 Kenton, Oak
Park. For reservations by
Wednesday, contact adviser
Danny Kaplan, 398-7422,
or President Riva Dines,
557-1977.
Atid senior group
(grades ine-12) will meet
6 p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue to go watch its
team play basketball at
the Jewish Community
Center. A special gather-
ing will take place for
members and friends
immediately following
the game. Refreshments
will be provided. For in-
formation, contact ad-
viser Harris, 967-0735, or
Steve Dines, 557-1977.
Next group activity will
be a Detroit Tigers
baseball game May 13,
meeting 1 p.m. at the
synagogue.
Youth group members
entering the El Al Airlines
poster contest, com-
memorating Israel's 31st
birthday, should submit
entries by Sunday to youth
dirertors Kaplan or Harris.

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Awards will be presented
at the Israel Expo taking
place April 29 at the main
Jewish Center.
Shabat junior congrega-
tion and Talit and Tefilin
Club will sponsor a trip to
see the Detroit Tigers May
13. Special discounts will be
given to persons who attend
Shabat youth services
through May 12, as well as
weekly Talit and Tefilin
meetings (for teens age
13-17) at 9 a.m. Sundays.
For information, contact a
youth leader.
For information on youth
activities at Bnai David,
contact the synagogue
youth-line, 557-8325, or
557-8211.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE Talit and
Tefilin Club will meet
8:30 a.m. Sunday in
the chapel for services, fol-
lowed by breakfast and
bowling at Oak Park Lanes.
Boys and girls age 12-18 are
invited.
The T and T Mother's Day
breakfast will be held 11
a.m. May 13 in the
synagogue. A full-course
breakfast will be served.
Prizes will be awarded. For
reservations, call the
synagogue office, 548-9000.
There is .a charge.
For information on all
youth activities, contact
Hanan Weizman, youth di-

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rector, 626-2355.
* * *
BNEI AKIVA, grades
one-12, will have its annual
hike Sunday, meeting 9
a.m. at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. There is a
charge. Price includes: bus
fare, hot lunch, snacks and
admission. For reserva-
tions, call Annette Ryba,
548-0692. Advisers from
Bnei Akiva in Cleveland
will attend.
Applications for Camp
Stone and Bnei Akiva
Scholarship Institute in Is-
rael are still being accepted.
For information and appli-
cations, call Joel Bigman,
968-1499; or Debbie Sim-
kovitz, 541-8945.
* * *
YOUNG
ISRAEL
TEENS of the National
Conference of Synagogue
Youth will hold a bowl-a-
thon to raise money for the
Torah Fund May 15, meet-
ing 1 p.m. at Young Israel of
Greenfield. Sponsor sheets
are available. For informa-
tion, call Sheryl Zuroff,
626-8857.
The group will hold an
oneg Shabat 2:30 p.m. April
28 in the home of Edie and
Lenny Katz, 24701 Sussex,
Oak Park. Singing, dancing
and refreshments will high-
light the afternoon.
For information on .YIT
activities, call President
Cheryl Ginns, 559-1704.

* *

AZA Chapters' Tree Drive
Nets 1,463 Trees for Israel

40,
AZA chapters in the Michigan Great Lakes
Region of the Bnai Brith Youth Organization sold
1,463 trees in their successful drive to plant an AZA
grove in Israel. Leaders in the campaign, are, from
left, front row: Jeff Weisserman, president of Benny
Chapter; Daniel Weiner, secretary, Great Lakes
Council; Joel Stitelman, AZA "Walk for Israel"
chairman; and Larry Bircoll, Council vice president
of membership. Back row, from left: Brian Ackerson,
assistant regional director; Roger Klein, Council pro-
gramming vice president and coordinator of the
JNF/AZA trees campaign; Robert Ellman of Hart
AZA; and Gary Epstein, Great Lakes AZA Council
president.
tional Fund. Participation
Members of the AZA
in the tree planting drive
chapters in the Great Lakes
plays a large role in deter-
Region of the Bnai Brith
mining the winner of this
Youth Organization have
year's AZA Council Out-
reached their goal of plant-
standing Chapter Award.
ing an AZA grove through
AZA chapters in the
the Jewish National Fund
Great Lakes Council par-
in the Bnai Brith Martyrs
ticipating in the drive were:
Forest overlooking
Jerusalem. More than 400 Beber, L'Chaim, Mostel,
Posen, Akiba, Goode, Hart,
members of AZA in Met-
Benny, Rose, Samson,
ropolitan Detroit and out-
Kishon, Jolson, Strauss of
state have participated in
Mt. Clemens and Wasser-
the tree planting drive.
man of Grand Rapids. Hart
AZA sold 365 trees with
Roger Klein coordinated
Robert Ellman selling 260
the AZA tree planting cam-
himself.
paign with the Jewish Na-

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