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February 22, 1980 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth News

ADAT SHALOM Nit-
zanim (age 3-5) will hear
stories and recite prayers
10:30 a.m. Saturday in room
104. Anne Kovsky is the
leader of the group.
Makor (age 6-9) will
gather for services 10:30
a.m. Saturday in the youth
lounge under the supervi-
sion of Stuart Rogoff.
Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades) will have Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the chapel. Sheri Traison is
the adviser.
Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) and Migdal
Tzion (ninth-12th grades)
will conduct weekly Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the board room. Shoresh
also will meet 2 p.m. Sun-
day at West Bloomfield
Lanes for an _afternoon of
bowling. There is a charge
for the event. For details,
call Sue Goren, adviser,
557-3289.
• • •
BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES' Atid
youth (age 8-9) will hold
auditions for the March ta-
lent show following Hebrew
school Sunday in the
synagogue. Persons who
audition are requested to
bring a bag lunch. For in-
formation, call Debbie
Engel, youth adviser, at the
synagogue, 851-6880, or at
home, 398-3075.
Machar youth (age 10-12)
will go rollerskating Sun-
day at the Bonaventure rol-
ler rink, following Hebrew
school. Participants are re-
quested to bring a dairy
lunch. Everyone is invited.
For information, call
Miriam Coffman at the
synagogue.
Dor Chadash Teens (age
13-15) will see a Detroit
Lightning soccer game
Tuesday, leaving 6:45 p.m.
from the synagogue. For
reservations, call Sima Ab-
ramowitz, 356-6282.
• • •
BETH ACHIM Nit-
zanim (age 3-6) will meet
10:30 a.m. Saturday in the
conference room for Shabat
stories and prayers, di-
rected by Beth Norman.
Junior congregation (age
7-12) will meet 10 a.m.
Saturday in the youth
lounge under the direction
of Barry Lippett. Kidush
will follow. For information,
call Lippett, 353-4477.
Lahav United Synagogue
Youth will hold Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the Klein Chapel. For in-
formation, call Tobye Bello,
adviser, 552-0183.
The synagogue's Purim
carnival will be held 5-9
p.m. Thursday in the social
hall. A costume pageant
and Megilla Reading will
take place 7:15 p.m. March
1 in the main sanctuary. For
information, call Debbie
Fink, 968-5075; or Bobby
Goldsmith, 559-4434.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will meet 9 a.m. March 9 in
the Klein Chapel. Detroit
Red Wing General Manager
Ted Lindsey will be the
guest speaker.
For information about

Beth Achim youth activi-
ties, call Barry Ulrych,
youth director, 352-8670
• •
BETH SHALOM United
Synagogue Youth and
Kadima will have their an-
nual Tamarack retreat to-
day, Sunday. Bruce Littky
of USY and Kim Yellen of
Kadima are the overall
chairmen.
The theme for the
weekend is The Jewish
Life Cycle." Rabbi David A.
Nelson, Cantor Samuel
Greenbaum, Alicia Nelson
and Gary Torgow will lead
the discussion groups.
USY committee chair-
men are: Chuck Pearlstein,
Sander Wechsler, Lisa
Ruby, Steven Littky, Caro-
lyn Sklarchyk, Lisa Golds-
tein, Jay Schwartz and
Stuart Sandweiss.
Kadima committee
chairmen are: Karen
Finstein, Susan Knop-
pow, Edward Solomon,
Shari Mickel, Michael
Slovis, Amy Gold, Cheryl
Rope, Julie Finstein and
Lynn Schwartz.
USY will participate in a
Greater Detroit USY Coun-
cil meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
• • •
BNAI DAVID youth in-
vite parents and children to
a Purim family dinner 6
p.m. March 2 in the Roten-
berg Social Hall, sponsored
by the men's club and sis-
terhood. There will be
entertainment. There is a
charge. For reservations,
contact a youth leader or
Youth Director Danny Kap-
lan, 543-1021 or 398-7422,
evenings.
Megilla reading for youth
will take place 7 p.m. March
1. Young people age 4-16
will gather in assigned
rooms for the march into the
main sanctuary. A party for
children only will follow,
and prizes will be awarded.
Ruach (grades three-four)
will go rollerskating Sun-
day, meeting 1:30 p.m. in
the youth lounge. Parents
are needed to drive, and
friends are welcome. There
is a charge. Photos and
movies of the recent
Tamarack winter weekend
will be shown. For reserva-
tions, contact adviser, Burt
Kideckel, 968-1765, eve-
nings.
Atid (grades nine-12)
will hold a hayride and
marshmallow roast at
Roy's Ranch Saturday,
meeting 7:15 p.m. in the
youth lounge. Limited
space is available and
reservations must be
made in advance by con-
tacting President David
Nathan, 967-3347; or Sec-
retary Helayne Shaw,
967-4415.
The Atid group basket-
ball team will play Adat
Shalom Synagogue team
6:15 p.m. Sunday at the
main Jewish Community
Center. Group members
may meet at 5:30 p.m. at the
synagogue to attend the
game and have dinner at
the Jewish Center. For
reservations for rides, call

David Nathan or Ken Ber-
nard, 569-5605.
Junior congregation will
resume regular Shabat
youth services 9 a.m. Satur-
day. Story Hour (ages 4-6)
will meet with leader Joyce
Lang to study the Purim
holiday, while older groups
(age 7 to 16) will discuss the
holiday with games and
stories.
For information on youth
events at Bnai David, con-
tact Youth Director Kaplan.
• • •
BNAI MOSHE Senior
United Synagogue Youth
(grades nine-12) will join
Beth Shalom USY at Camp
Tamarack today through
Sunday. For information,
call President Michael Un-
ger, 557-1481; or adviser,
Michael Sabes, 356-1823.
Senior USY will have an
oneg Shabat at 8 p.m. Feb.
29 at the Federation
Apartments. There will be
services, singing and re-
freshments. Everyone is
welcome and there is no
charge. For reservations or
information, call Social Ac-
tion Vice President Howard
Lupovitch, 851-2055.
Senior USY will have a
Seuda Purim 1:30 p.m.
March 2 in the school wing.
Friends are invited, and
there is a nominal fee.
Kadima USY (grades
seven-eight) will go five-
pin bowling in Windsor
on Sunday, meeting 1:15
p.m. in the youth lounge.
Everyone is welcome,
and there is a nominal
charge. Drivers are
needed. For reservations
or information, call
President liana
Stollman, 547-5891; or
adviser, Ellen Taylor,
353-7108.
Kadima USY will have a
Seuda Purim 1:30 p.m.
March 2 in the school wing.
Friends are invited, and
there is a nominal fee.
Talit and Tefilin Club
(age 13-18) will meet 8:30
a.m. Sunday in the chapel
for services and discussions,
followed by breakfast and
bowling. Friends are in-
vited, and there is a nomi-
nal charge. For informa-
tion, call President Brian
Hammer, 542-2939; or ad-
viser, Marc Behar, 557-
8551.
Chalutzim (grades four-
six) will have a Purim cos-
tume party and magic show
2:30 p.m. March 2 in the
school wing. Refreshments
will be served, and prizes
awarded for the best cos-
tumes. Friends are invited
and there is a nominal
charge. For reservations or
information, call adviser,
Tedd Schneider, 968-2324.
Rishonim (grades one-
three) will have a Purim
costume party and magic
show 3 p.m. March 2 in
the school wing. Re-
freshments will be served
and prizes awarded.
Friends are invited, and
there is a nominal charge.
For reservations or in-
formation, call adviser,
Roberta Warshaw, 399-
6837.

Junior congregation (age
7-13) will meet 10 a.m.
Saturday in the chapel for
services and discussions.
Friends are invited. For in-
formation about the group
call adviser, Mark Eichner,
358-0065.
Story Hour (age 3-6) will
meet at 10 a.m. Saturday in
the board room for Shabat
stories and games.
Everyone is welcome. For
information, call Ms. War-
shaw.
Story Hour will have a
Purim costume party and
magic show 3 p.m. March 2
in the school wing. Re-
freshments will be served,
and prizes awarded.
All the youth programs
will participate in the
Purim festivities 6:45 p.m.
March 1 in the main
sanctuary. Youth are re-
quested to dress in cos-
tumes, and noise makers
will be provided for the
Megilla reading.
Chaverim will provide
refreshments for all the
youth. Everyone is wel-
come.

Woman Seeks
Detroit Kin

A Salt Lake City woman
is trying to locate any of her
relatives who live in the De-
troit area.
Her father, the late
Ruben Levinson, was a De-
troiter who moved to Salt
Lake City many years ago.
His parents were Simon
Levinson and Mollie
Saperstein.
The woman believes
that her father's parents
owned a restaurant or de-
licatessen. She believes
her father may have had
sisters named Mollie and
Marie, a brother named
Jack and possibly other
brothers and sisters.
Mollie at one time lived in
Zanesville, Ohio.
Anyone with information
about the family can write
to Joanne Peterson, 1444
Tomahawk Dr., Salt Lake
City, Utah 84103.

Friday, February 22, 1980 49

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For information about ices March 8 in the
Bnai Moshe youth pro- synagogue.
• • •
grams, call Sharon Levine,
UNITED HEBREW
youth director, 548-3123 or
SCHOOLS students in the
547-3369.
• • •
aleph, classes at Adat
HABONIM will hold re- Shalom Synagogue will be
hearsals for its forthcoming honored 10 a.m. Sunday in
Neshef 2 p.m. Sunday in the the synagogue chapel for
moadon, 25900 Greenfield, completing their study of
Room C205, Oak Park.
the aleph bet and Hebrew
Youth age 10 and older reading skills.
who sing, dance or act are
The students are taught
invited to perform.
by Annie Friedman,
Habonim meets 8:15 p.m. Daniella Peleg, Jordana Go-
Fridays and 2 p.m. Sundays lan, Rachel Carmi and
ih the moadon. For informa- Linda Feigelman. Parents
tion on the Neshef or are invited.
Habonim, call Lisa
Schreier, 642-0142; Char-
lotte Levy, 357-0424; or Project JOIN
Sharon Blumenberg, 557-
Seeks Applicants
2318.
• • =
Jewish Vocational Serv-
SHAAREY ZEDEK'S ice and Community Work-
Chaverim (grades two-five) shop (JVS-CW) announces
will hold Shabat services applications are being
10:30 a.m. Saturday in the taken for Project JOIN
youth lounge.
(Jewish Occupational
The group will partici- Interns).
pate in the synagogue's
students
University
Purim youth carnival to be selected for Project JOIN
held March 1, following the will be placed as summer
reading of the Megillat interns in several Jewish
Esther and a special Purim communal agencies
musical, "The Dickens With throughout the metropoli-
Haman."
tan Detroit area. The 10-
A youth Shabat luncheon week internships are of-
will be held following serv- fered in the areas of social
• • •
work, teaching, health pro-
fessions, program develop-
UHS Nursery
ment or :other agency con-
Helps Emigres
cerns.
Interns also participate in
The United Hebrew
Schools have made a special a weekly educational pro-
gram concentrating on the
effort to attract the children
of the incoming Russian structure of the Jewish
community. Interns will be
Jewish emigrants to the
paid a tax-free stipend.
schools.
This is the seventh year
For example, Reva
Klaymer, a teacher at the of operation for this spe-
UHS nursery school at cial program which is
Temple Emanu-El who funded by the Jewish
speaks Hebrew and Rus- Welfare Federation.
Some of the cooperating
sian, has helped many of the
children and parents make agencies providing in-
the transition to their new ternships are the Jewish
Family Service, JVS-CW,
homeland.
Other teachers at the Jewish Community Cen-
nursery school are: Sylvia ter, Sinai Hospital and
Handler, Anita Jacobs and ' the Fresh Air Society.
Interested college stu-
Marlene Galperin. The nur-
sery program is geared dents should contact the
toward children age 3 and 4 JVS-CW, 967-0500 to ar-
and classes are available range an interview. Dead-
two, three or five mornings, line for submitting applica-
tions is March 21.
afternoons or full days.

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1980.

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