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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-23

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50 Friday, January 23,

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Youth News

Births

Jan. 18 - To Mr. and
Mrs. Joshua Weiner (former
Detroiter Laurel Lipsitt) of
Kalamazaoo, a son, Robert
Andrew.
* * *
Jan. 15 - To Mr. and
Mrs. James Pearce (Sharon
Wais) of Oak Park, a son,
Matthew Scott.
** *
Jan. 12 - To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Himelson
(Terri Glick) of Southfield, a
son, Robert Alan.
* * *
Jan. 11 - To Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Prohow (Fran
Goldberg) of Souhfield, a
daughter, Mikki Jaime.
* * *
Jan. 11 - To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Max (Karen
Chernick) of Bloomfield

Hills, a daughter, Kimberly
Beth.
* * *
Jan. 8 - To Dr. and Mrs.
Michael Gerber (Diane
Goodman) of Grand Blanc, a
daughter, Brooke Esther.
* * *
Dec. 31 - To Mr. and
Mrs. Stan Kent (Paulette
Feinstein) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Jessica Danielle.

Chai Campers
Elect Officers

Mr. and Mrs. Geoffery
(Miriam) Stebbins have
been elected co-presidents
of the Chai Campers.
Other officers are: Mr.
and Mrs. Chuck (Arlene)
Keys, vice presidents; Mr.
and Mrs. Neil (Ann) Fellan-
der, secretaries; Mr. and
Mrs. Norman (Anita) Moss,
treasurers; Cantor and Mrs.
Usher (Sherryl) Adler, sun-
shine chairmen; Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard (Dorothy)
Brightman, editors; and the
Brightmans, Galisons' and
Polsters, members-at-large.
Past Presidents are Mr. and
Mrs. Bill (Bev) Keller.
The Chai Campers will
hold their anniversary
dinner Saturday at the New
Garden Restaurant, 22106
Coolidge, Oak Park.
Openings for membership
are available. To join, call
Stebbins, 557-2784.

ADAT SHALOM Nit-
zanim will gather for chil-
dren's services 10:30 a.m.
Saturday in room 104.
Makor will have services
at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in
room 105.
Garinim will hold Shabat
services 10:30 a.m. in the
chapel
Shoresh will meet for
Shabat services 10:30
a.m. Saturday in the
board room. Tamarack
registration is due by
Sunday.
Migdal Tzion will meet
for Shabat services 10:30
a.m. Saturday in the board
room. Deadline for registra-
tion for the Tamarack Re-
treat is Sunday.

* * *

Rabbi Arm 3 p.m. Wed-
nesday to rehearse their
parts. Reservations for
the luncheon must be
paid in advance. For
reservations, call junior
congregation adviser
Barry Lippitt, 353-4477;
Bnai Mazal adviser
Robin Friedman, 642-
8041; or Youth Director
Jackye Drapkin, 352-
8670.
and
Mazal
Bnai
Kochavim will go rol-
lerskating at Bonaventure
1 p.m. Sunday. There is a
charge. The groups will car-
pool from Cong. Beth Achim
and parents who can volun-
teer to drive should contact
Kochavim adviser Judy
Goldis, 626-1181; or Bnai
Mazal adviser, Robin
Friedman 642-8041.
Beth Achim Men's Club
Talit and Tefilin Chairman
Joseph Silverstein an-
nounces that the next meet-
ing of the group will take
place 11 a.m. Feb. 1 in the
Klein Chapel.
Members of the hey
classes of the Beth Achim
United Hebrew School and
members of Lahav USY are
invited. While the boys of
the hey classes are putting
on tefilin, the girls will meet
with Mrs. Bracha
Kupinsky, a teacher at the
Hebrew high school, who
will speak on "The Role of
the Woman in Judaism."
After the groups combine
for Shaharit services, and a
bagel brunch, Dr. Stanley
Kupinsky, principal of the
Hebrew high school, will
address the participants on
"Jewish Education."
Members of Kadimah
will hold a gym and swim
at the Jewish Community
Center 1 p.m. Feb. 1.
Drivers are needed.
There is a charge. For
reservations by Thurs-
day, call adviser Shelly
Kieran, 399-3287.
Everyone is welcome,
and bonus mitzva credit
is available to those who
make reservations and
whose parents drive.
Junior congregation serv-
ices conducted by newly
elected President Barrett
Zeff, under the direction of
Barry Lippitt, will be held
in the Klein Chapel this
week. Lahav's minyan will
meet 10 a.m. in the board
room.

ing Feb. 1, meeting 6:15
p.m. at Bnai David. For
reservations, call Miss
Shaw, 967-4156.
Ruach will go rollerskat-
ing and have a sundae party
Feb. 8. For reservations,
call Nancy Korn, adviser,
557-6481.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will meet 9 a.m. Sunday for
prayers, followed by brunch
and bowling.

* * *

BNAI MOSHE Senior
"Moshe Mouse" United
Synagogue Youth will go
bowling Jan. 31, meeting at
the synagogue at 7:30 p.m.
Everyone is welcome, and
there is a nominal charge.
An afterglow will follow.
Drivers are needed. For
reservations...or informa-
tion, call Social Vice
President S.J: Cherrin,
855-9371; or President
Linda Ankerman, 544-
0454.
Kadima USY will go
cross-country skiing Feb. 1,
meeting in the youth lounge
at 1:30 p.m. Drivers are
needed. Refreshments will
be served, and there is a
nominal charge. Everyone
is invited. For information,
call Social Vice President
Mara Topper, 543-0763;
President Ilana Stollman,
547-5891; or adviser Ellen
Taylor, 353-7108.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday
in the chapel for services
and discussions, followed by
breakfast and bowling.
Everyone is welcome, and
there is a nominal fee. For
information, call adviser
Marc Behar, 557-8551.
Moshe Mouse USY,
Kadima USY, and T and T
still are taking reserva-
tions for their annual
Tamarack winter
weekend to be held Feb.
13-15. For reservations or

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES' Machar
youth group will go tobog-
ganing Sunday, meeting
RABBI S. ZACHARIASH•
12:15 p.m. in the
Specialized
synagogue. There is a
MOHEL
charge. Participants should
In Home or Hospital
bring a dairy lunch. For
reservations, call adviser
557-9666
Tedd Schneider, 968-2324.
Dor Chadash will have a
Super Bowl party for mem-
R ABBI DR. LEO
RA
bers only Sunday during the
football game at the home of
adviser Sima Abramovitz,
Expert Mohel
25701 W. 12 Mile, South-
Serving Hospitals and Hornes
field.
LI 2-4444
547-8555
The group still is taking
reservations for its
Tamarack weekend with
cRabbicAvraham S. Cohen
the Bnai Moshe group to be
MOHEL
Blood Shortage
held Feb. 13-15. Toboggan-
certified by thief rabbinate of israel
ing, social activities, Shabat
te.iin=t4
Deemed Critical
lrf=
r,involz bt-rrio,
observance, kosher meals
Cutbacks
in
production,
(313) 557 6350
and accommodations are all
delayed start-ups, and high included. For reservations,
unemployment have call Miss Abramovitz, 356-
created a critical shortage
Cantor Sidney
in the community's blood 6282.
The Yachad group is
supply
seeking teens who are in-
A spokesman for the
terested meeting new
Certified Mohel
American Red Cross Blood
people at social, cultural,
358-1426 or 357-5544
Services of Southeastern
educational and religious
Michigan said the shortage
activities. To get on the
of type "0" blood is the most
Cantor SAMUEL
mailing list, call adviser
acute, but all blood types
* *
Heidi Press, 355-5447.
are needed.
Certified
Mike
Sabes,
coordinator
Blood can be donated by
of junior congregation serv-
anyone in good general
Servihg Homes & Howiiais
health between the ages of ices, announces that Shabat
United Synagogue Youth
' 547-7970
services will be held 10 a.m.
399-7194
17 and 65 years. Parental
chapters from Toledo, Flint,
Saturday.
consent is necessary for 17
Cong. Beth Shalom and
* * *
REV. HERSH,.
year olds. For an appoint-
Cong. Beth Achim will join
BETH ACHIM Youth
ment, call the Red Cross,
for a weekend at Camp
Commission Chairman
833-4440.
Tamarack Feb. 20-22.
Charles Berris announces
Certified Mohel
Cost of the weekend in-
the
appointment
of
Gary
Doing good is the only
cludes round-trip bus
557-0888
Feinberg as adviser to the
certainly happy action of a
transportation from Beth
senior high school youth
man's life
Shalom, food, lodging and
group, Lahav United
activities.
Synagogue Youth.
Theme of the weekend is
A graduate of Oakland
* * *
"The Threat of the Cults."
University, with a BA de-
Reservation deadline is
BNAI DAVID Junior
gree in history, Feinberg
has been involved with congregation will hold serv- Jan. 30. Health, religious
youth and is a volunteer ices 10 a.m. Saturday'in and registration forms
worker in several Zionist rooms 101, 103 and the must be completed and
organizations. He is a stu- small chapel. Attendance at returned to Karen Knop-
tots ifirti t eens
dent at the Midrasha Col- the next six Shabat services pow, 28669 Lowell Ct. N.,
lege of Jewish Studies and will be taken and members Southfield, 48076, by the
director
of the teenage with good attendance will deadline. Cost of they trip
doctors shoe prescriptions
Jewish Community Center have first priority on tickets must be included with
for "Annie," to be seen Feb. forms.
Wonder Club.
correct!/ fitted
Feinberg will assign the 22 at the Fisher Theater.
Masada will go bowling
English portions of the
•dingo
•bass
Sunday.
For reservations,
Shabat
Ha-Noar
service.
•foot traits
keds
Correction
Lahav's Religious Vice call Adam Gotlieb, 352-
• hush puppies
heackuartett for • • converse
The
date of the Ars
President Mark Hubert has 2356.
dexter
data
Musica
concert at the Bir-
Atid
senior
group
an-
the
responsibilities
for
the
Car
fr-zio dancewedr • danskin
• weber
nounces its new officers are: mingham Temple appeared
Hebrew
portions
of
this
•ouldlife-tico
••lazy bones
service, which will be con- Helayne Shaw, president; incorrectly in last week's
ducted 9 a.m. Feb. 7 in the Elliot Maness and Greta Jewish News. The ensemble
main sanctuary. A lunch- Bernard, vice presidents; will perform 7:30 p.m. Sun-
eon will follow at 12:30 p.m. Riva Dines, secretary; and day at the temple. The
.11mile of iarrninitonkl •fariniagton hills
Jewish News regrets the er-
All participatns in this David Nathan, treasurer.
Atid will go rollerskat- ror.
service must meet with

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to help plan the weekend,
contact Moshe Mouse
Chairman Nancy Jacobs,
559-7792; Ms. Ankerman,
any of the participating
advisers, or youth direc-
tor Sharon Levine, 548-
3123 or 547-3369.
Chalutzim will have an
oneg Shabat 7:15 p.m. Jan.
30 in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul (Sharon) Levine,
23025 Kipling, Oak Park.
Everyone is welcome, and
there is no charge. F
freshments will be sere, _
For reservations or infor-
mation, call adviser Jeff
Danto, 642-9508.
Rishonim will have an
oneg Shabat 7:15 p.m. today
in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Levine. Everyone is wel-
come, and there is no
charge. Refreshments will
be served. For reservations
or information, call adviser
Diane Shaw, 967-4156.
USY services, junior con-
gregation, Stp,ry Hour and
the Shabat nursery pro-
gram will meet 10 a.m.
Saturday. Everyone is in-
vited, and refreshments will
be served.

* * *

ISRAEL
YOUNG
TEENS will sponsor a
Junior-Senior National ,
Conference of Synagogue
Youth mini-Shabaton today
and Saturday. At 8 p.m. to-
day, there will be an oneg
Shabat in the home of Rabbi
and Mrs. James I. Gordon,
13694 Wales, Oak Park.
Services Shabat morning
will be held at Young Israel
of Oak-Woods, conducted by
the teens, and followed by
lunch and a guest speaker.
Motzaei Shabat, the teens
will go to Young Israel of
Oak-Woods at 6:45 p.m. to
gather for a trip to a Detroit
Pistons game. Bus trans-
portation will- be provided to
the Silverdome.

*

USYers to Go to Tamarack

56e Shoes

5551401

Persons who wish de-
tailed information about
the weekend should enclose
a stamped, self-addressed
envelope. For information,
call Miss Knoppow, 569-
8008; or Barbara Dworin,
358-4494.

Films for Kids
at Beech Woods

The Beech Woods Read-
ing Center, 22200 Beech,
SOuthfield, will be the scene
of films for school-age cl
dren 1 p.m. Saturday.
Films to be shown are:
"Just Say Hic - Turkish
Folktale," "Steadfast Tin
Soldier" and "Why the Sun
and Moon Live in the Sky."
Admission is free. Pre-
schoolers may attend if ac-
companied by an older child
or adult.
For details, call the read-
ing center, 354-9513.

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Increase Slowed

JERUSALEM - Israel's
consumer price index rose
by six percent during De-
cember, according to official
statistics released last
week. This is the lowest fig-
ure for several months.

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