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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

52 October 11, 1980

Youth News

sisted in making props. Nit- least three times to be
Katz, 968-5411.
zanim meets 10 a.m. Satur- eligible to attend.
These members will re-
Atid members who
present Lahav as delegates days every week in the
to the Central Region board room. This group worked on the paper drive
United Synagogue Youth joins the congregation in were: David Nathan,
the main sanctuary for the Helayne Shaw, Elliott Ma-
kinnus Oct. 30-Nov. 2: Joel
ness, Fred Pollack, Jim
Ben-Moche, Amy Cantor, Adon Olam prayer.
For information about the Kovalsky, Stuart Nathan,
Harvey Kaner, Lillian
Katz, David Mintz and youth program, call Youth Kim Maneli, Esther Serour,
Director Jackye Drapkin, Ricky Pliskow, Ronnie Er-
Michael Weinrab.
man, Brian Wais, Ronnie
Mark Hubert, religious 352-8670. * * *
Fink, Gary Schwartz and
vice president, will assign a
Kevin Mendelson. Proceeds
Ruach
BNAI DAVID
Hebrew or English reading
part in Lahav's Sabbath (grades three-four) will will subsidize the Tamarack
service to anyone who meet 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Weekend.
For information on Bnai
wishes to participate. To the synagogue to go on a
volunteer, call Mark, 355- hayride and choose new David youth activities, call
0626. Lahav's services are officers. There is a charge. the new Youth Director,
* * *
held 10 a.m. Saturdays in Space is limited. For reser- Denise Cohen, 557-8325.
BETH ABRAHAM
the Youth Lounge. Mem- vations, call Burt Kideckel,
BNAI MOSHE Senior
HILLEL MOSES' Yachad
bers of Kadimah are in- 968-1765. A prize will be
(age 15-17) group will go
given to the member who "Moshe Mouse" United
vited.
(grades brings the most new mem- Synagogue Youth (grades
Kadimah
nine-12) will have a Shabat
seven-eight) announces bers.
Masada (grades seven- (Continued on Page 53)
its new officers:
■••■•■■:
President, Emily Burns; eight) will meet 5:30 p.m.
vice president, Laurie Sunday at the synagogue to
Phillips; treasurer, go on a hayride. There is a
Oct. 10 — To Mr. and Mrs. of Brooklyn, N.Y.) of Oak
Robert Bienstock; secre- charge. For information,
Stuart Lockman (Deena Park, a son, Daniel
tary,
Scott Hutton. call adviser Jeff Danto,
Jonathan.
Young) of Birmingham, a
* * *
Chairmen are: Religious, 642-9508.
daughter, Karen Allison.
Services are held 10 a.m.
Jimmy Sugarman; and
* * *
Oct. 4 — To Dr. and Mrs.
"Son of C. Trojan"
Camp Tamarack, Aaron Saturdays for children age
Oct. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs. David Kirsch (Sandy
CUSTOM FURNITURE
4-6 (Story Hour) and 7-17
Perlman.
Abe Kagan (Miriam Fuchs Stiebel) of Oak Park, a son,
Kadimah will go to the (junior congregation).
& CARPET CLEANING
Joel Howard.
* * *
Junior congregation
October Pumpkin Festival
ON LOCATION
RABBI DR. I.E0
at the Upland Hills Farm will see a Detroit Lions
Oct. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
TEE ESTIMATES
Oct. 26, meeting 1:30 p.m. football game Nov. 2.
Ed Hafner (Ilene Roberts) of
Phone
at the synagogue. There is a Members must attend
Rochester,a
son,
Neal
Eric.
Expert Mohel
* * *
576-1140
junior
congregation
at
charge for the trip, which
Serving Hospitals and Hcosiss
includes tour of the farm,
Sept. 30 — To Mr. and
547-8555
U 2-4444
hayride and haunted house.
Mrs. Mark Klein (Linda
For reservations„ call ad-
Schwartz) of Southfield, a
Cantor Sidney
viser Shelly Kieran, by
son, Adam Emery.
by Nanice Chayet
* * *
Thursday, 399-3281, to re-
degree in Dance Education
ceive an RSVP stamp
Sept. 24 — To Mr. and
University of Michigan
bonus. Mitzva credit will be
Mrs. Ronald T. Bean
Certified Mohel
given to members whose
through Dec. 16th
(Wendy Moss) of West
358-1426 or 357-5544 -
parents can drive.
Bloomfield, a daughter,
DAY & EVENING CLASSES
Members of Kadimah re-
Angela Heather.
* * *
Cantor SAMUEL
ceive stamp attendance cre-
dit at Lahav's Sabbath serv-
Sept. 22 — To former De-
Sfld. RACQUETIME Ctr.
Showers
ices or at the junior congre-
troiters Mr. and Mrs.
Certified
collier of 12 Mile Rd.
gation weekly services.
Richard Scherba (Karen
Lockers
aid
Northwestern, Sf1d.
_
Attendance stamps are only
Wenner) of Hamden, Conn.,
u rt 7 alswto
Serving Homes & H logr
Sauna
distributed by Barry Lip-
a son, David Jonathan.
399-7194
Call Nanice Chayet
pitt, junior congregation
adviser,
or
Jackye
Drapkin,
357-4744
REV. HERSHL
youth
director.
Radomer Society
* * *
Junior congregation,
Celebrates
60th
BETH ACHIM'S Lahav under the leadership of
elif
Certified Mohel
The Radomer Aid Society will see the Red Wings Oct. Barry Lippitt holds weekly
557-0888
will celebrate its 60th an- 28 meeting 6:15 p.m. at the Sabbath services 10 a.m. in
niversary at a banquet fol- synagogue. Tickets must be the Klein Chapel at the
lowing 6 p.m. cocktails ordered before Wednesday synagogue. Any member
RABBI Si ZACHARIASH
Sunday at Cong. Bnai from David Mintz, 557- who attends becomes eligi-
2843; or Harvey Kaner, ble for an attendance stamp.
Specialized
Moshe.
Bnai Mazal, under the
Sol Ager is banquet 335-5357. There is a charge.
MOHEL
chairman and toastmistres- Volunteers are needed to guidance of adviser
In Home or Hospital
ses are Rita Ager and Helen drive. To volunteer, call Robin Friedman, elected
Lahav President Lillian the following new offi-
557-9666
Greenberg.
cers: President, Amy
Krome; vice president,
Michelle Hubert; trea-
surers, Larry Tepman
and Barrett Zeff; secre-
tary, Amy Emmer. Vol-
BEDROOM FURNITURE FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES
unteers were Michael Be-
by FAMOUS brands like .. .
resh, Jennifer Travin and
30% to 50% OFF ON SELECT GROUP
Larry Wasser.
Bnai Mazal will visit the
OF SPORTSWEAR AND DRESSES
October Pumpkin Festival
OCT. 17, 18, 19
at Upland Hills Farm Oct.
26, meeting 1:30 p.m. at the
synagogue. Any member
OPEN
who wishes to attend should
RSVP prior to Wednesday
OAK PARK STORE ONLY
to adviser, Robin Friedman,
642-8041, to receive a stamp
SUN., OCT. 19, 11 to 5
for RSVP credit. Additional
OAK PARK
credits will be earned by
BLOOMFIELD
members whose parents are
23133 Coolidge
6527 Telegraph
willing to drive on Oct. 26.
North of 9 Mile
at Maple near Franks
Nitzanim members will
545-3242
644-4225
present a program during
34520 FORD RD., WESTLAND
October at the synagogue.
126 E. 14 MILE RD, CLAWSON
MON.-SAT.
10-6
2 BLKS. E. WAYNE RD.
1 MI. W. OAKLAND MALL
Adviser Beth Norman,
326-6110
388-2333
aided by Sarah Gordon, as-

ADAT SHALOM Nit-
zanim (age 3-5) will gather
for stories and prayers with
Susan Victor, 10:30 a.m.
Saturday in room 104.
Makor (age 6-9) will have
children's services 10:30
a.m. in the chapel. Floyd
Glen is the adviser.
Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) will host an
oneg Shabat 8 p.m. today in
the home of Eric Siegal,
31054 Oak Valley Dr.,
Farmington Hills. For de-
tails, call Marc Ankerman,
adviser, 546-5797. Shabat
services will be held 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board room.
The group will go rol-
lerskating 1:15 p.m. Sun-
day. There is a charge for

the social. Reservations can
be made by calling Patti
Lieberman, 626-1504.
Migdal Tzion (ninth-12
grades) will conduct
Shabat services 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board
room. The group will go
to the Federation Apart-
ments 2 p.m. Sunday, to
help the residents with
odd jobs and chores. To
volunteer, call Ellen
Sherman 851-8647.
For information about
youth activities contact,
Cheryl Kovsky, youth di-
rector, 851-5100.

Births

GOLDMAN

RUBE

.

GREENBAUM
MOHEL

ROTH

bowling Sunday at West
Bloomfield Lanes, meeting
1 a.m. at the synagogue.
There is a charge. For de-
tails, call Heidi Press, ad-
viser, 355-5447, evenings.
The group has launched a
can drive to benefit needy
Jews. Persons who bring a
can of food to contribute to
the drive will get a reduced
admission fee to an event.
The group will have a
"New Wave" party 8:30 p.m.
Oct. 25 in the school wing of
the synagogue. There will
be refreshments and music.
There is a charge. For de-
tails, call Miss Press.
Machar will go to
Greenfield Village Sun-
day, leaving 12:15 p.m.
from the synagogue.
There is a charge and
reservations are re-
quired. For reservations,
call Tedd Schneider, ad-
viser, 968-2324.
The group will go bowling
at West Bloomfield Lanes
Oct. 26, meeting 12:15 p.m.
at the synagogue. There is a
charge.
Dor Chadash will go
bowling at West Bloomfield
Lanes Oct 26, meeting noon
at the synagogue. There is a
charge.
Reservations are being
taken for tickets for the
Nov. 16 Detroit Lions game.
Tickets are limited. For tic-
kets, call adviser Sima Ab-
ramowitz, 356-6282.
Junior congregation will
hold services 10 a.m. Satur-
day. Youth age 10-12 will
meet in the small chapel,
under the direction of Joe
Kesner. The 7-9-year-old
group will meet in the music
room with Esther Mermel-
stein. Barbara Ravitz will
conduct Story Hour, age 5-6,
in the youth lounge.
For information on junior
congregation, call coor-
dinator Mike Sabes, 356-
1823.

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