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November 23, 1979 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-23

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Friday, November 23, 1919 61

Junior congregation (age
7-13) will meet 10 a.m.
Saturday in the chapel for
services and discussions.
Everyone is welcome. For
information, call adviser,
Mark Eichner, 358-0065.
Story Hour (age 3-6) will
meet 10 a.m. Saturday in
the school wing for Shabat
stories - and games.
Everyone is invited. For in-
formation, call adviser,
Roberta Warshaw, 399-
- The youth groups are
invited to the showing of
the film, "Odessa File," 8
p.m. Dec. 2 in the
synagogue social hall.
Tickets are available at
the synagogue office and
the door.
For information about
youth programs at the
synagogue, call Sharon
Levine, youth director,
548-3123 or 547-3369.

GREENFIELD youth (age
7-11) will hold a minyan
9:15 a.m. Saturday. Ira
Berkowitz, leader of the mi-
nyan, will continue teach-
ing the Haftorah cantilla-
tion. Kidush follows Musaf.
Story Hour for children
age 4-7, is held 10 a.m.
Saturdays . at Young Israel
of Greenfield and Young Is-
rael of Southfield.
(nursery-grade two) and
Chalutzim (grades three-
five) will meet 4:30 p.m.
Saturday at Young Israel of
Greenfield. Following the
oneg Shabat, there will be
Minha services and Shalosh
Seuda at which time new
songs will be taught. Lead-
ers of these two groups are
Janet Fink, 967-3703, and
Alan Gordon, 546-7524.
Rabbi Feivel Wagner will
address the children at
Shalosh Seuda.


Youth News

groups will join their
families in the main
sanctuary for Shabat serv-
ices Saturday.
Six members of Migdal
Tzion will attend the Cen-
tral Region Fall Board
meeting in Cleveland, Ohio,
today through Sunday.
For information about
youth activities, contact
Cheryl R. Kovsky, youth di-
rector, 851-5100.
* * *
youth group (age 8-9) will go
bowling Dec. 2 at West
Bloomfield Lanes, meeting
12:30 p.m. at the
synagogue. Participants
should bring a bag lunch.
There is a charge. Parents
are needed to drive. For re-
quired reservations or in-
formation, call Debbie
Engel, youth adviser, 851-
6880 or 398-3075.
Dor-Chadash Youth
Group (age 13-15) will go to
Roy's Ranch Dec.. 9, meet-
ing noon at the synagogue.
The afternoon will in-
clude a hayride, bonfire and
marshmallow roast. Reser-

vations are limited to 20,
and there is a charge. For
reservations and informa-
tion, call Sima Abramovitz,
356-6282 or 851-6880.

* * *

Synagogue Youth will par-
ticipate in the Central
Region USY fall boards con-
ference today through Sun-
day in Cleveland, Ohio.
Representing Beth
Shalom are: Chuck Pearls-
tein, Stuart Sandweiss and
Terry Schwartz.
USY will have an oneg
Shabat 8 p.m. Nov. 30 in the
home of Ron Leff, 21700
Gardner, Oak Park. For
reservations, call Diane
Lederman, 546-7291.

* * *

BNAI DAVID youth in-
vites third and fourth
graders (Ruach) to a vaca-
tion day open youth lounge
noon today in the
synagogue. Movies will be
shown, and games and re-
freshments will be avail-
able. Election of officers also
will take place. There is no
charge for members. For in-
formation, contact adviser
Burt Kideckel, 968-1765.
The group also will spon-

Dr. Maxmen Is Honored
by Alpha Omega for Bonds

Shown at the Israel Bond luncheon of the Detroit
Alumni Chapter, Alpha Omega dental fraternity, are
from left, guest speaker Abbi Ben-Ari, Mrs. Harold A.
Maxmen and Dr. Maxmen, the honoree, Mrs. Leo
Shipko and Dr. Shipko and Dr. Ronald Miller.

Rabbi to Cite OP Residents

Rabbi Leo Jung of New
York will honor two Oak
Park residents at the tes-
timonial dinner in his honor
6 p.m. Dec. 2 at Young Is-
rael of Oak-Woods.
The Orthodox rabbi, who
will be guest of honor at a
dinner sponsored by the De-
troit region of the Rabbiii-
cal Council of America and
the Jewish National Fund,
plans to acknowledge a
ate to him by Abraham
_Jin and his sister Cypo-
The Gubins planted a for-
est of 18,000 trees last year
in Israel in the Rabbi Leo
Jung Forest which was es-
tablished by the Rabbinical
Council of America. The
Gubins' gift is in memory of

Ours is not an age of rea-
son, but one of anxiety and
feelings of frustration.
Educators can help in crisis
by substituting courage for
fear and intellect for emo-
—Eric Severeid

their parents, the late Dov
and Etta Gubin of Warsaw.
For dinner information,
call the Jewish National
Fund, 557-6644.

Jews of Spain

ing the Spanish Civil War,
most of the Jewish popula-
tion living in Spain sup-
ported the Republicans. Fol-
lowing Franco's victory,
however, the largest
number of Jews left the
country. Of the 5,000 Jews
who had lived in Barcelona
there remained approx-
imately only 100.
However, during World
War II, especially when
France was occupied by the
Nazis, some 12,000 Jews
fled to Spain. Many were
permitted to enter without
Today there are in Spain
about 8,000 Jews, most of
them dwelling in Barcelona
or in Madrid. A small
number of Jews are also to
be found in Malaga.

sor a mystery car ride Dec.
2, meeting 1:15 p.m. at the
synagogue. Friends are
welcome, and parents are
needed to drive. For reser-
vations by Thursday, con-
tact Kideckel.
Masada (grades seven-
eight) elected Dean Weiss
president at recent elec-
tions. Howard Spinner is
vice president. Michael
Menczer is secretary, and
Liz Sherbin is treasurer.
The group will attend a
Shabat luncheon Dec. 1, fol-
lowing 10 a.m. junior con-
gregation services in the
chapel. For information,
contact adviser • Laura
Lazarus, 541-5213.
Atid senior group is
currently seeking ninth
to 12th grade members
interested in playing on
the group basketball
team which will join the
Basketball League.
Games begin in De-
cember. For information,
contact Ken Bernard,
Rabbi Morton Yolkut will
speak to Talit and Tefilin
Club members 9 a.m. Sun-
day. Breakfast and bowling
follow. The program is
sponsored by the synagogue
Men's Club. Teens age
121/2-17 are invited.
Junior congregation will
meet during the Thanksgiv-
ing vacation for weekly
Shabat youth services.
Groups for children age 4 to
16 meet at 10 a.m.
The youth program in-
vites any young person over
the age of 13 to take part in
a planned Youth Shabat to
be held in the synagogue on
May 3, 1980. Parts are now
being assigned. Any person
interested in learning a part
for the special Sabbath serv-
ice should contact the youth

leader or the synagogue
Youth program mem-
bers are invited to a spe-
cial Hanuka workshop 10
a.m. Sunday at Bnai
David, sponsored by the
United Hebrew Schools.
The program, under the
direction of Rabbi Sidney
Green, will feature crafts.
Refreshments will be
For information on youth
events, contact youth direc-
tor Danny Kaplan at the
synagogue office, 557-8325
or 543-1021, evenings.

* * *

United Synagogue Youth
(grades nine-12) will attend
the Central Region USY fall
board convention today
through Sunday in Cleve-
land, Ohio. For information
about the group's activities,
call President Michael Un-
gar, 557-1481; or adviser,
Michael Sabes, 356-1823.
Talit and Tefilin Club
(age 13-18) will meet 8:30
a.m. Sunday in the chapel
for services, discussions,
breakfast and bowling.
Everyone is welcome, and
there is a nominal fee. For
information, call President
Brian Hammer, 542-2939;
or adviser, Marc Behar,
Chalutzim (grades four-
six) will go ice skating and
hold an ice cream social at
the Fairlane Town Center
meeting 1:15 p.m. in the
youth lounge. Friends are
invited, and drivers are
needed. There is a nominal
charge. For reservations or
information, call adviser,
Tedd Schneider, 968-2324.
USY (age 13-18) will
join services in the main
sanctuary 10 a.m. Satur-
day. The group will hold
its own Shabat services
10 a.m. Dec. 1 in the board

BBYO Activities

Ronald L. Posen AZA
will host its third annual
Turkey Day Rock 'N' Roll
Disco 8 p.m. Saturday at
Cong. Bnai David. The
dance is open to all Jewish
youth, and dress is casual.
Featured at the dance will
be "Cat and Company" and
admission will include re-
freshments. For informa-
tion, call Mike Saxe, 357-
5644; or Barry Stern, 557-
Yachad BBG of Windsor
will present its an-
nual fashion show, "The
Main Event," 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Windsor
Jewish Community Center,
1641 Ouellette. All AZA
and BBG members and
their parents are invited:
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Amy
Whiteman, (519) 969-6069.

The Great Lakes AZA
Council announces the ap-
pointment of Michael Weil
of L'Chaim AZA as coor-
dinator of the forthcoming
Judaism institute with
Chicago Council BBYO.
The institute will be di-

rected to BBYO's senior
(12th grade) members and
is scheduled to take place
March 7-9 at Camp Chief
Makisabee in Eau Claire,
The AZA Council has also
appointed Josh Davis of
Jack Benny AZA as coor-
dinator of its forthcoming
AZA basketball league. The
league is scheduled to begin
Jan. 27.
The AZA and BBG Coun-
cils will participate in the
Solidarity Day with Op-
pressed Jews, sponsored by
the Jewish Community
Council, 1:30 p.m. Dec. 9 at
Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Marcy Lichterman and
Lenny Berman, coor-
dinators of the forthcoming
Michigan BBYO Regional
Convention, have an-
nounced that auditions for
the Regional Talent Show
will take place 1 p.m. Dec.
16 at the BBYO office. Any
chapters wishing to enter
an act must appear for an
audition at that time. The
convention will take place
Dec. 23-27 at the main
Jewish Community Center.



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