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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-07

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56 Friday, March 1, 1'

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nazi Parade Threat in Ferndale

The city of Ferndale has
voted 3-2 to deny a parade
permit to the "SS Action
Group," a Westland-based
Nazi organization.
The organization says it
now may seek permission to
march in Ferndale's Memo-

rial Day parade.
Ferndale Mayor Bernard
F. Lennon has led opposi-
tion against the group. He
said the Memorial Day
parade is "a patriotic parade
to honor the dead of two
world wars against Ger-

ADAT SHALOM NURSERY SCHOOL
EXPANDS PROGRAM

Now Registering
For Fall Program

Classes for 3 & 5 morning
or afternoon sessions
Also

Supplemental programs and extended lunch periods
Parent-Toddler Program also available

Interested or Know of Potential Students
Please Call the office at

851-5105

and speak to Janet Pont, director

P'TACH

is pleased to announce
our second open forum

We will present

Rabbi Avrohom Mondroivitz

Executive Administrator
of Yeshiva Bais Shalom Alternative School,
Brooklyn, N.Y.
who will explore with us
the symptoms of learning disabled children,
how we can recognize and educate them.

.Sunday, March 16, 1980

Young Israel Of Greenfield

A social hour will follow

Meet Rabbi Mondrowitz
and our teachers.

many, not the man respon-
sible for many of the
deaths."
The SS Action Group
distributed leaflets in
Ferndale in early Feb-
ruary protesting a fed-
eral court decision order-
ing the desegregation of
Royal Oak Township's
Grant School, which is
part of the Ferndale
School District.
The two members of the
Ferndale City Council who
voted in favor of giving the
Nazis a parade permit em-
phasized their opposition to
the organization but said
federal law could make the
council liable for denying
the Nazis their Constitu-
tional rights.
Meanwhile, the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee has
warned that another Nazi
group, the National
Socialist Party of America,
is planning to infiltrate
unions, citizens councils,
government and law
enforcement agencies
nationwide in an effort to
achieve their goals.
Shortly after the Jan. 10
arrest of former NSPA
leader Frank Collins,
charged with taking inde-
cent liberties with children,
NSPA leader Harold
Covington, in a report to
party members said, "It is
time to stop trying to bring
back the 30s and start
adapting the movement for
the 80s. We have always
lacked the numbers to make
confrontations meaningful
and I have always doubted.
the efficacy of making
clowns out of themselves in
public by waving signs and
shouting slogans on street
corners."

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1980.

O



Youth News

ADAT SHALOM Nit-
zanim (age 3-5) will hear
stories and learn prayers
from Anne Kovsky 10:30
a.m. Saturday in room 104.
Makor (age 6-9) will have
Shabat services 10:30 a.m.
Saturday in the youth
lounge with Marc Anker-
man.
Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades) will gather for serv-
ices 10 a.m. Saturday in the
chapel. The group also will
meet 1:30 p.m. Sunday in
the youth lounge to go bowl-
ing. There is a charge. For
details, call Sheri Traison,
adviser, 557-8257.
Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) and Mig-
dal Tzion (ninth-12th
grades) will conduct
Shabat services 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board
room. Migdal Tzion also
will participate in the
dance-a-thon sponsored
by Cong. Beth Shalom's
senior youth group 8 p.m.
Saturday. A general
meeting is called for 1:30
p.m. Sunday in the board
room to ratify a new con-
stitution. For details, call
Debby Vieder, adviser,
352-0213.
For information about
youth activities, contact
Cheryl Kovsky, youth di-
rector, 851-5100.

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES' Atid
youth (age 8-9) will-see "The
Art of Puppetry" at the
main Jewish Community
Center, following Hebrew
school Sunday.
Participants are re-
quested to bring a bag
lunch. Reservations are re-
quired and some tickets are
available. There is a charge,
and everyone is welcome.
For information, call De-
bbie Engel, youth adviser,
at the synagogue 851-6880,
or at home, 398-3075.
Dor Chadash Teens (age
13-15) will go to Roy's
Ranch for horseback riding
noon Mareh 16. For re-
quired reservations, call
Sima Abramovitz, 356-
6282.

BNAI DAVID will hold
junior congregation Shabat
youth services 10 a.m.
Saturday. Young people age
4-16 are invited.

* * *

BNAI MOSHE'S youth
department will show the
film, "Exodus," 7 p.m. Sun-
day in the social hall. Tic-
kets will be available at the
door. For information, call
the youth department,
548-3123.
Senior United Synagogue
Youth (grades nine-12) will
participate in the "World
Jewry Dance-a-Thon" 8
p.m. Saturday at Cong.
Beth Shalom. For informa-
tion, call President Michael
Ungar, 557-1481; or ad-
viser, Michael Sabes, 356-
1823.
Kadrma USY (grades
seven-eight) will go ice
skating Sunday at Hart
Plaza, meeting 1:15 p.m. in
the youth lounge. Skates
will be available to rent.
Drivers are needed, and
there is a nominal charge.
Friends are invited. For
reservations, call President
Ilana Stollman, 547-5891;
or adviser, Ellen Taylor,
353-7108.
Talit and Ter-din Club
(age 13-18) will meet 8:30
a.m. Sunday for services
and discussions in the
chapel, followed by
breakfast and bowling.
Friends are invited, and
there is a nominal charge.
For information, call
President Brian Ham-
mer, 542-2939; or adviser,
Marc Behar, 557-8551.
Junior congregation (age

7-13) will meet 10 a.m.
Saturday in the chapel for
services and discussions.
For information, call Mark
Eichner, adviser, 358-0065;
Daniel Weiner is the
president.
Story Hour (age 3-6) will
meet 10 a.m. Saturday in
the board room for Shabat
stories and games. For in-
formation, call adviser,
Roberta Warshaw, 399-
6837.
ut
For information
Bnai Moshe youth
ties, call Sharon Levine,
youth. director, 548-3123 or
547-3369.
CONG. SHAAREY
ZEDEK youth will conduct
services 9 a.m. Saturday in
the main sanctuary. Lunch-
eon will follow. Guest
speaker at the luncheon will
be Rabbi Herbert Kavon of
the Jewish Theological
Seminary.
There is a charge. For re-
quired reservations, call the
synagogue, 357-5544.
Persons who ordered
Passover candy should pick
up their orders at the
synagogue Wednesday.

* * *

Youth to Dance
for World Jews

Cong. Beth Shalom will
be the scene of Greater De-
troit United Synagogue
Youth's "World Jewry
Dance-a-Thon" 8 p.m.
Saturday.
Proceeds will benefit the
Detroit Committee for
Soviet Jewry and the USY
tzedaka fund. There is a
charge. Youth age 13-18 are
invited.

Edelman Poetry Reading
Among Center Activities

Businessman Bernard
Edelman whose poetry av-
ocation has allowed him to
publish six books of his
works will give a reading of
some of his compositions
2:30 p.m. Sunday at the
main Jewish Community
Center.
Musical interludes will be
BETH ACHIM'S Lahav
United Synagogue Youth provided by a quartet com-
(grades nine-12) will have prised of David Braude, vio-
an oneg Shabat 8 p.m. today lin; Eleanor Harlow, viola;
in the home of Tobye Bello, Harry Siegel, cello; and
15915 George Washington, Linda Dobertin, flute . Niece
Susan Edelman will be the
Southfield.
Junior congregation (age featured vocalist.
The public is invited free
7-12) will have a family
Shabat service 9:30 a.m. of charge. The author will
Saturday in the Klein autograph his books follow-
Chapel. In6tallation lunch- ing the program.
eon will follow. Parents are
Meanwhile, the Center
invited.
will present the Bob
Lahav services will be Brown Marionettes in a
held 10 a.m. Saturday in the program, "The Art of
youth lounge.
Puppetry," 2 p.m. Sun-
Lahav will join USY day in the main Center
groups from other con- complex.
gregations in a World
There is a charge. For in-
Jewry Dance-a-Thon 8
p.m. Saturday at Cong. formation about the poetry
Beth Shalom. There is a reading or the puppet show,
call the Center, 661-1000,
charge.
Talit and Tefilin Club ext. 250.
Dave
Photographer
will hold services 9 a.m.
Sunday, followed by break- Dombey will exhibit his
fast. There will be an ex- works on Israel Sunday
hibition of martial arts to through Wednesday at the
replace the postponed Ted main Center complex.
The Center Symphony
Lindsay visit.

BERNARD EDEL7' N

Orchestra will present a
family concert 3:30 p.m.
March 16 in the Aaron
DeRoy Studio Theater the
main Center comple
The program, conuucted
by composer Julius Chajes,
will feature violinist
Elizabeth Rowin, oboist
Eddie Benyas, flutist Pat-
rick O'Connor and the Fes-
tival Dancers of the Jewish
Community Center, di-
rected by Harriet Berg and
Margo Cohen, assistant di-
rector.
The dancers are: Carol
Lawrence, Bunny Nicka-
min, Eileen Polk, Elaine
Serling and Bonnie Stein-
gold.

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