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September 19, 1980 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-19

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48 Friday, September 19, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

■ Ilmommemi

WE WISH OUR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES A
HAPPY, HEALTHY

Youth News

NEW YEAR

EVELYN and AL BROOK

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES' Yachad
(age 15-17) group will go
rollerskating at Bonaven-
ture roller rink 4 p.m. Sun-
day, meeting 3 p.m. in the
synagogue youth lounge for
refreshments and carpools.
There is a charge. For de-
tails, call Heidi Press, ad-
viser, 355-5447, evenings.
The group will have a
general membership meet-
ing 4:30 p.m. Sept. 28 in the
youth lounge. Prospective
members are invited.
The Machar group (age
9-12) is seeking youth who
wish to join in social, cul-
tural, religious and educa-
tional projects. For informa-
tion, call adviser Tedd
Schneider, 968-2324.

WE WISH OUR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES A
HAPPY HEALTHY

NEW YEAR
DR. aid MRS.
BARRY FELDMAN & DUSTIN

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WE WISH OUR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES A
HAPPY. HEALTHY

TO ALL OUR
FAMILY AND FRIENDS

R. and MRS. H. GREENSPAN

WE WISH OUR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES A
HAPPY, HEALTHY

NEW YEAR
MR. aid MRS. MORRIS IERRIS

* * *

BETH ACHIM'S Lahav
United Synagogue Youth
will begin Kol Niche serv-
ices 6:45 p.m. today in the
Klein Chapel with Michael
Fox as hazzan. Services will
begin at 10 a.m. Saturday
with the Shaharit portion
led by Jeffrey Spinner and

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TO ALL OUR
FAMILY AND FRIENDS
MR. aid MRS. ZOLTAN RUBIN
Vicki, Amy & body

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SAM. and DORA KANER & FAMILY

would like to wish all our family
and friends a healthy and happy
New Year

Wishing all our friends
and relatives a happy and
healthy New Year

Emma Toy

From Scottsdale, Arizona

Wishing all our friends and
relatives a year of health
and happiness

ELAINE and MANNY SARKO

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Louis Sugarman. Joel Ben
Moche, Mark Hubert, David
Mintz and Robbie Udman
will read the Torah.
Lahav adviser, Howard
Mitz, will chant the Musaf
service. A brief sermonette
will be given by Youth Di-
rector Jackye Drapkin.

The junior high school
aged group, Kadimah, will
join Lahav for religious
services on Yom Kippur,
and for the weekly Sabbath
service held in the youth
lounge of the synagogue.
Shelley Kieran is the ad-
viser for Kadimah.
Junior congregation
services for Yom Kippur
will begin 10 a.m. Satur-
day in the double-
classroom of the Hebrew
school annex, under the
leadership of Barry Lip-
pitt. Birchat Ha-shachar
(preliminary morning
service) will be led by
Joseph Zeff. Noah Siegel
will perform the Torah
service, with the actual
reading from the Torah
by Barry Lippitt. Barrett

Zeff will chant the Musaf
portion.
Kochavim's service will
be led by Michael Fox, as-
sisted by Esther Lipenholtz,
10 a.m. Saturday in Room
One of the Hebrew school
annex. This service for eight
and nine year olds will in-
clude learning enrichment
activities, Yom Kippur
stories and an English
summary of the Torah por-
tion.
Nitzanim (age 3-7) will
meet in several classrooms
of the Hebrew school annex
10 a.m. Saturday. Adviser
Beth Norman will be as-
sisted by Helene Baker,
Liza Bez, Emily Burns,
Felissa Burns, Diane
Lugosi, Lauri Phillips, and
Elena Udman.
Perah Burns and Jennifer
Trabin will be available as
"floating" staff to aid in
rooms with larger groups.
Signs will be posted on each
room denoting the age
group.
Youth groups will par-
ticipate in a sukka-
decorating contest 1-3 p.m.

BBYO Activities

BBYO will hold its an-
nual kickoff dance 8:30 p.m.
Oct. 27 at Southfield-
Lathrup High School. The
dance will be free to all'reg-
istered AZA and BBG
members. Non-registered
members will be admitted
at a nominal fee. A live band
will, be featured, and re-
freshments will be served.
The entire Jewish youth
community is invited.
The theme of the dance is
"Gat-to-Get-You-Into-the
Life of BBYO," and AZA
and BBG chapters are par-
ticipating in a poster con-
test on this theme. The
deadline for poster contest
entries is Monday. Coor-
dinators for the dance are
Michael Linn of L'Chaim
AZA and Karen Cash of
Savage BBG. For informa-
tion, call the BBYO office,
552-8260.
Sam Beber AZA won the
AZA Softball League cham-
pionship by defeating Al
Jolson AZA. The league
trophy was presented by
softball league coordinator
Brian Papo and each
member of the winning
team received an AZA
softball medallion.
BBYO announces the
appointment of Laurie
Cohen as adviser to
Fanny Brice BBG. Volun-
teer advisers are ur-
gently needed for BBYO
chapters in West Bloom-
field, Southfield and
Bloomfield Hills. To vol-
unteer, call Brian Acker-
son or Arnie Weiner,
552-8260.
At the recent BBYO In-
ternational Convention
held at the Bnai Brith
Perlman Camp in Starlight,
Pa., Michigan Region was
recognized with several
awards. Ten chapters
received All-Around Chap-
ter Awards.
Chapters receiving the

Henry Monsky Award were
Sam Beber AZA, Sen. Philip
Hart AZA, Theodor Herzl
AZA of Windsor and Gen-
eral Maurice Rose AZA. Re-
ceiving the Miriam Albert
Award were Dalyah BBG,
Ernai BBG, Dr. B. Benedict
Glazer BBG, Dora Savage
BBG, Shalom Aviv BBG,
Yachad BBG of Windsor.
Michigan Region also re-
ceived four program of the
year awards: Rose AZA and
Glazer BBG received a first
place award in the social
and athletic category for
their "All-in-the-Family"
weekend at the BBYO
Milan Conference Centre;
Hart AZA and Tikvah BBG
received a first place award
in the social action — cul-
tural category for their
Soviet Jewry oneg Shabat.
Herzl AZA of Windsor re-
ceived a second place award
in the category of Jewish
awareness for their op-
pressed Jewry service and
oneg Shabat; and the Great
Lakes AZA and BBG Coun-
cils received a second place
award in the social action —
cultural category for their
"Magic Kingdom of the
Presidency" program at the
1980 Elections Training
Conclave in May.

Sunday in the sukka.
Bagels will be served, and
decorating materials will be
provided. Completed deco-
rations will be judged by
members of the Youth
Commission. Parents are
urged to meet the advisers.
For details, call he
synagogue, 352-8670.

NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS. CHARLES CHAPIN

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TO ALL OUR
FAMILY AND FRIENDS
THE FELD FAMILY
Leon, Sylvia & Sherry

izrzri =a min

TO ALL OUR
FAMILY AND FRIENDS
MR. and MRS.
SOL TYNER & SON

WE WISH OUR FRIENDS
. AND RELATIVES A
HAPPY. HEALTHY

NEW YEAR

THE LEWIN'S

Barbara, Jerry, Erika & Jennifer

HELEN and JOE GOODSTEIN
GAIL, STUART GOODSTEIN
and Franci - Lynne

wish all their family and

friends a year filled with

health, happiness, joy

and peace

MORREY and MARLENE KATZ
Steven & Nancy
JUDI and HOWARD FRIEDMAN
Leslee & Lori
wish all their family and
friends a year filled with
health, happiness, joy
and peace

A very Happy, Healthy
and Prosperous New Year

.

to all our family and dear friends

LARRY, VIVIAN, MARK,
- RANDY -& ELISA SCHECTER
_a_
Ilappif neuf we;

Numismatic
Society Meets

The Israel Numismatic
Society will meet 8 p.m.
Tuesday in Room 13 of the
Morris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center. Re-
freshments will be served.
The evening will include
an exhibit and lecture by
Dr. Alex Friedlaender on
"Israeli Stamp Replicas —
20th Anniversary of Israel."
Jack Schwartz will speak on
Zeev Jabotinsky and Sol
Colton will focus on the ori-
gin and use of the Yehud
coin.

HARRY and SARAH LAKER

wishing all of our friends and
the community a year of health,
happiness, prosperity and peace
in this modern World.

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