bEtiolT tiviN NEWS
Laker Family Scholarship
Applications Made Available
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Cong. Beth Achim is tak-
ing applications for its an-
nual Harry and Sarah
Laker Israel Youth Schol-
The $1,500 award is given
to a young person for a
year's study ata recognized
Applicants must be resi-
dents of Michigan and pre-
sentaly attending a college
or university in the U.S. or
For applications, call the
Beth Achim office, 352-
Marriage Unit Picks Officers
Michigan Jewish Mar-
riage Encounter elected Mr. Stettner, couples-at-large.
and Mrs. Stephen (Mary)
Keys as its executive couple Couple Mr. and Mrs. Shel
at its recent election meet- (Sharon) Rocklin will re-
main on the board for one
Other officers are Mr. and year,
and Mrs. Dan (Sue)
The group's next open in-
Mrs. Jerry (Beverly) Vied-
rah, vice-executive couple; formation night will be held
Mr. and Mrs. Al (Sharie) 7:30 p.m. Jan. 11 at the
Gladner, treasurer couple; main Jewish Community
Mr. and Mrs. Joel (Shirley) Center.
For details, call Mr. and
Silber, secretary couple;
and Mr. and Mrs. Marty Mrs. Mark (Diane) Voight,
(Gladys) Rabinowitz and 649-3567.
Dec. 12 — To Rabbi
Henry Karp and Cantor
Karp (former Detroiter Gail
Posner) of Lincoln, Neb., a
daughter, Shira Leah.
RABBI S. ZACHARIASH•
In Home or Hospital L
RABBI DR. LEO
Saving Hospitals and Homes
Serving- Homes & Hoggtals * _
Dec. 11 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Mark Rosenberg (Lauren
Lutz) of West Bloomfield, a
daughter, Jodie Layne.
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Dec. 5 — To former De-
troiters Dr. and Mrs. Gary
Schneider (Marjorie Beth
Friedman) of North Hol-
lywood, Calif., a daughter,
Nov. 28 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Storchan
(Lorraine Cohen), 24321
Condon, Oak Park, a son,
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Nov. 27 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Silvarman
(Candice Slagle) of Far-
mington, a son, Jeffrey Is-
Nov. 23 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Michael J. Redmond
(Judith Canvasser) of Bir-
mingham, a son, John
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Nov. 19 — To former De-
troiter Rabbi Zev
Wrotslaysky and Mrs.
Wrotslaysky (Heidi From-
mer) of Monsey, N.Y., a
daughter, Chana Estie.
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Nov. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jay H. Brody (Helene
Brodsky) of West Bloom-
field, a son, Stuart Samuel.
THE MIDRASHA COLLEGE of JEWISH STUDIES
in cooperation with
CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM
the Conservative Rabbis of Metropolitan Detroit
"WHAT IS A CONSERVATIVE JEW?"
Dr. Gerald A. Teller and Guest Instructors and Lecturers
Beginning Thursday Evening, January 8, 1981
for Ten Consecutive Weeks, 8:00-10:00 P.M.
Congregation Beth Shalom
For Further Information
Call 352-7117 or 547-7970
Nitzanim will continue Kadima USY and the Talit West. Prizes will be
their Sabbath games and and Tefilin Club are seek- awarded, and drivers are
enrichment activities ing people to help plan their needed. Persons who are
every week during the annual Tamarack Winter able to drive should call Fit-
school vacation. Nit- Weekend, to be held Feb. zerman.
* * *
13-15. To volunteer, contact
zanim meets 10 a.m.
Moshe Mouse Tamarack Teenage Social
Saturdays and joins the
senior congregation in Chairman Nancy Jacobs,
559-7792; Kadima adviser Set Wednesday
the main sanctuary to
Cong. Beth Abraham
lead the "Adon Olam" Ellen Taylor, 353-7108; or T
and T adviser Marc Behar, Hillel Moses' Yachad, Cong.
Shaarey Zedek Junior Con-
Kochavim adviser Judy 557-8551.
Talit and Tefilin Club gregation and Cong. Bnai
Goldis has provided the de-
corations and lettering for will meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday Moshe Senior "Moshe
the new bulletin board dis- in the chapel for services Mouse" United Synagogue
play outside the synagogue and discussions, followed by Youth will co-sponsor an ice
office, and photographer Joe breakfast and bowling. The cream social for youth age
Silverstein, the pictures. group will continue distri- 14-17 at 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
bution of candy for its sale. day at Beth Abraham Hillel
BNAI DAVID'S junior The T and T group will re- Moses.
The evening will feature
a.m. Jan 3 in will
cess for the week of Dec. 28,
BETH ABRAHAM congregation
and will resume full pro- ice cream sundaes, movies,
HILLEL MOSES' junior
music and a caricaturist.
congregation will hold serv- chapel. Parents are invited. gramming on Jan. 4.
There is a nominal charge.
ices 10 a.m. Saturday, coor- All junior congregation
members will join the con-
dinated by Mike Sabes..
gregation at 11:45 a.m. Par- graders from Rishonim
Junior congregation an- ents interested in having have begun plans for their
nounces that tickets are their child join Saturday annual Tamarack Winter
still available for the Jan. morning services should Weekend. The theme for
21 performance of "Annie" contact Denise Cohen, their retreat is "Jewish Life
at the Fisher Theater. The youth director, 352-5438. Styles." Anyone interested
group will meet at 6:30 p.m.
There will be an open in helping with the plans
at the synagogue.
The Lapeer Visiting
Persons who have games afternoon at 1:30 should contact Rishonim Committee of the Flint
attended Shabat services 10 p.m. Jan. 4 in the student adviser Diane Shaw, 967- Jewish Federation provided
times will go free of charge, lounge. Hebrew school chil- 4156; or Chalutzim adviser a Hanuka party recently for
otherwise there is a nomi- dren are asked to bring a Jill Camen,
Rishonim will have a the Jewish residents of the
nal fee. Reservations are
Oakdale Center. Assisting
required. For information served druing the after- Shabat dinner and oneg Esther Harris, chairman,
and reservations, call
discussion on Soviet Jewry, home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul were Ruth Braun, Sarah
Akner, Blanche Dunayer,
Atid will have an arts and the children will write (Sharon) Levine, 23025 Ki- Bessie Ring an d Sonia
and crafts day 12:05 p.m. to the child of the Russian piing, Oak Park. Everyone Schafer.
welcome, and there is a
Sunday. There is a family that Bnai David has is nominal
charge. For reser-
Reservations are being vations or information, call
Machar will go to the De- taken by the Atid group adviser Diane Shaw, 967-
troit Historical Museum
and "Emily's Across the which will join Cong. 4156.
USY services, junior con-
Street" Sunday, meeting Shaarey
group to see the movie, gregation, Story Hour, and Millie Leiter
12:15 p.m. at the "Flash Gordon," to be the Shabat nursery pro-
Millie Leiter, a member of
synagogue. There is a
Flint Jewish organizations,
charge. For reservations,
died Dec. 10.
call Tedd Schneider, 968- The event will take place Saturday. Refreshments
Born in Germany, Mrs.
Leiter lived 40 years in
Mrs. Cohen adviser, 352-
SHAAREY ZEDEK Flint. She was a member of
Yachad will co-sponsor 5438 or 355- ,9392.
an ice cream social with the
Talit and Tefilin Club junior congregation will Cong. Beth Israel and its
Shaarey Zedek junior con-
will meet 9 a.m. Jan. 4 for l oin the Adat Shalom sisterhood and Hadassah.
She is survived by her
gregation and the Bnai prayers, brunch and Synagogue group for serv-
Moshe Senior "Moshe bowling. On Jan. 11, ices and a luncheon 10 a.m. husband, Ben; two daugh-
Mouse" United Synagogue
there will be a father and Saturday in Shaarey ters, Mrs. Martin (Irma)
Munster of Buenos Aires,
Youth group' 8:30 p.m.
son tournament. For de- Zedek's small chapel.
Junior congregation will Argentina, and Mrs. Frank
Wednesday at Beth Ab- tails, call Alan Hurvitz,
meet 9:30 a.m. Sunday for (Judy) Kasle; a brother, Sig
raham Hillel Moses. The
evening will include ice
Talit and Tefilin will go its last minyan and break- Koch of New Jersey; and
cream sundaes, movies, tobogganing at Kensington fast until Jan. 3.
Chaverim and Kadimah
music and a caricaturist. Sunday after breakfast.
There is a charge. Friends Parents and friends are in- will have Shabat services
vited. Toboggans are 10:30 a.m. Saturday, their
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needed. There will be no last services for the year.
BETH ACHIM'S Lahav Talit and Tefilin meeting Services will resume Jan. 3.
Monday — Temple Beth
At 8 p.m. today, El Board of Education meet-
United Synagogue Youth Dec. 28. There will be no
will be represented by junior congregation and Kadimah will have an ing, 8-p.m.
president Lillian Katz at Sunday programming Dec. oneg Shabat in the home
Tuesday — Keren Or
of Robert Levine, 29370 board meeting, 8 p.m.
the 80th annual convention 27 and 28.
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of the United Synagogue
BNAI MOSHE Senior There will be a guest
Youth Sunday-Thursday in
"Moshe Mouse" United speaker. For directions French Hear
Los Angeles, Calif.
Lahav's religious vice Synagogue Youth will co- or details, call Todd Fit- Moslem Views
president Mark Hubert an- host a city-wide ice cream zerman, 545-0883, after 5
PARIS (JTA) — Moro's
nounces that Robbie social with Shaarey Zedek p.m.
King Hassan and
Kadimah will go bowling
Udman will act in his stead junior congregation and the
during the winter vacation Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel Sunday, leaving 1 p.m. from
Ziaur Rahman have m
period, and that services Moses Yachad group 8:30 Shaarey Zedek. Bowling with French President Va
will continue as usual at 10 p.m. Wednesday at Beth will be held at Ark Lanes
ery Giscard D'Estaing to
a.m. Saturdays in the Klein Abraham Hillel Moses. * * *
"the Moslem case
The evening will include
on behalf of
Junior congregation, dancing, games and a Troop to Visit
the "Islamic Conference Al
under the direction of Barry movie. There is a nominal Planetarium
Lippitt, elected the follow- fee, and everyone is asked to
The Moslem delegation
Boy Scout Troop 23 will
ing officers for 1981: bring records. For informa-
will meet other West Euro-
President, Barrett Zeff; vice tion call Social Vice
pean leaders, including
president, Noah Siegel; and President S.J. Cherrin, the Cranbrook Planetarium British Premier Margaret
secretary, Beth Madorsky. 855-9371; President Linda for an introductory program Thatcher and West German
president, Ankerman, 544-0454; or on astronomy..
There is a charge. For de- Chancellor Helmut
Jimmy Sugarman will con- youth director Sharon Le-
call Senior Patrol Schmidt. The Al Qods con-
tinue his duties until the vine, 548-3123, and leave a
Mike Reiner, 967- ference represents 44 Mos-
special youth Sabbath- message.
installation Jan. 10.
ADAT SHALOM Nit-
zanim and Makor will
gather for services at 10:30
Garinim, Shoresh and
Migdal Tzion will hold
Shabat services 10:15 a.m.
Saturday. Garinim will
take a "Trip to Israel" Sun-
day, leaving the synagogue
at 1:30 p.m. For reserva-
tions and tickets, contact
adviser, Floyd Glen, 851-
Migdal Tzion will have an
oneg Shabat 8 p.m. today in
the home of Melissa Okun,
3309 Hartslock, West