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January 30, 1981 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48 Friday, January 30 1981

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not scold; if you are ignor-
ant, they do not laugh at
you.
Richard de Bury

money. If you approach
them, they are not asleep; if
you seek them, they do not
hide; if you blunder, they do

Books are masters who
instruct us without rods or
ferules, without words or
anger, without bread or

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ilk 1

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As January comes to a close,
so does our once-a-year store
wide sale where we take 10-40%
off almost everything.

like brand new items and stuff
that's over-sold, that we don't
put on sale. (But then no one is
totally perfect.)

What's everything? All our
best stuff— and that includes our
butcher block tables, upholstery,
storage systems, music benches,
desks, bedrooms, chairs and
even marvelous accessories. Of
course, there are some things,

But what is on sale is amazing.
So come in right away because
on February 1 the prices go up,
and you'll have to wait until
1982 for another great store
wide sale. And by 1982, who
knows where prices will be.

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Youth News

ADAT SHALOM Nit-
zanim will hold creative
Shabat services 10:30 a.m.
Saturday in room 104.
Makor will have services
10:30 Saturday in room 105.
Garinim will hold Shabat
services 10:30 a.m. Satur-
day in the chapel.
Shoresh will partici-
pate in the 21st annual
Tamarack winter
weekend retreat today-
Sunday. Shabat services
will be held 10:30 a.m.
Feb. 6. in the board room.
The group will go to the
Detroit Piston-Indiana
Pacer basketball game
Feb. 8. For information,
contact the youth de-
partment, 851-5100.
Migdal Tzion also will
participate in the 21st an-
nual Tamarack weekend
today-Sunday. An oneg
Shabat will be held Feb. 6 at
the Franklin Club Apts.
Shabat services will be held
10:30 a.m. Feb. 7 in the
board room. A progressive
dinner is scheduled for Feb.
7. For information, contact
the youth departMent.

brew School Principal
Rabbi Abraham Zentman
urges all the boys to bring
their tefilin to be able to per-
form the mitzva of putting
on tefilin.
While the boys of the hey
class are putting on tefilin,
Mrs. Bracha Kupinsky, a
teacher at the Hebrew high
school, will meet with the
girls to discuss 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 the men's
club who will assist are: Dr.
Dennis Phillips, Asher
Ben-Moche, Aaron
Greenspon and Leslie
Hubert.
United
Lahav
Synagogue Youth will
hold rehersal services
Saturday for Youth Sab-
bath. Lahav's Religious
Vice President Mark
Hubert and Rabbi Milton
Arm have been training
* * *
members of the group in
BETH ABRAHAM their Hebrew parts, and
HILLEL MOSES junior Lahav adviser Gary
congregation coordinator Feinberg has been work-
Mike Sabes announces serv- ing with those with
ices will be held 10 a.m. English portions.
Lahav, Kadimah, Bnai
Saturday for youth up to age
Mazal, Kochavim and
15.
Dor Chadash adviser junior congregation will all
Sima Abramovitz an- meet in the main sanctuary
nounces places are still next week for Shabat Ha-
available for the Tamarack Noar, (Youth Sabbath)
weekend to be held Feb. when the entire service will
13-15. Cost of the weekend be conducted by the youth of
includes lodging, kosher the synagogue.
P'sukey D'zimra will be
meals, Shabat observance
and winter sports. For in- Louis Sugarman; Shaharit
formation,' call Miss Ab- will be chanted by Robert
Udman; the Torah service
ramoVitz, 356-6282.
* * *
will be conducted by Mark
BETH ACHIM'S junior Hubert; and Jeffrey Spinner
congregation President will be hazzan for the
Barrett Zeff announces that Musaf.
Torah readers are:'
the junior congregation has
begun keeping separate David Mintz, Stuart
attendance records for its Sherman and Scott Et-
members, beginning with tinger. The Haftorah por-
the January services. This tion will be read by Mark
is in addition to the personal Hubert.
Additional aliyot will be
records kept by individuals
in the stemp-attendance given to Joel Pen-Moche
booklets provided by the (Hagbah) and Michael
Weinraub (Gelilah). The
youth groups.
The junior congregation Ashrei prayer will be re-
records will be used to de- cited by Kadimah president
termine who is eligible to Emily Burns.
Participating in the
participate in the year end
activity. Members who wish English readings are: Au-
to qualify must attend two drey Lawson, Jeffrey Davis,
Beth Phillips, Felissa
out of three services.
The following members Burns, Gail Greenspon,
will participate in Satur- _ Amy Cantor, Pam Koby and
day's services: Robert Sari Perlman. The ser-
Bienstock, 'Aaron Siegel, monette will be given by
Beth Madorsky, Scott Hut- Lahav president Lillian
ten, Craig Efrusy, David Et- Katz. Members of
Kochavim will lead the Ein
tinger, Yale Goldis, Adam
Karp, Joseph Zeff, Doreen Kelohenu, members of
Tepman, Jimmy Sugarman, junior congregation will
lead the Aleinu, and mem-
Michelle Hubert, Barrett
bers of Nitzanim will lead
Zeff and Larry Tepman.
Junior congregation the Adon Olam prayer.
A luncheon will follow
meets 10 a.m. Saturday in
at 12:30 p.m. Reserva-
the youth lounge.
tions deadline for this
The hey classes of the
luncheon is Tuesday.
United Hebrew Schools,
There is a nominal
and the Lahav membership
charge for children,
have been invited to the
which is slightly higher
Beth Achim's Men's Club
for parents. For reserva-
Talit and Tefilin Club by
tions, call junior congre-
chairman, Joseph Silvers-
gation adviser Barry
tein. These services will
Lippitt, 353-4477; Bnai
take place, 11 a.m. Sunday
Mazal adviser Robin
in the Klein Chapel. He-

Friedman, 642-8041; or
youth director Jackye
Drapkin, 352-8670. The
Hamotzi and Birkat
Hamazon_ will be led' by
members of the junior
congregation. Everyone
is welcome.
Kadimah will participate
in the city-wide Kadimah
gym and swim at the Jewish
Community Center Satur-
day (correct date). For de
tails, call Kadimah advise
Shelly Kieran, 399-3287.
Sixth graders who are
members of Bnai Mazal are
invited. For details, call
Robin Friedman, adviser,
642-8041.

BETH SHALOM United
Synagogue Youth will have
a study luncheon following
Jan. 31 Shabat services.
Allan Gale of the Jewish
Community Council will
speak.
For details, call Ron Leff,
552-8163; or Jon Wide-
nbaum, 356-2338.
The youth group will
have an oneg Shabat 8 p.m.
today at the Franklin Club
Apts.

* * *

BNAI DAVID junior
congregation, including
Story Hour, will hold serv-
ices 10 a.m. Saturday in
rooms 101, 103 and in the
small chapel. Attendance
will be recorded.
Atid will meet 6:15 p.m.
Sunday in the youth lounge
to form carpools to go rol-
lerskating.
Ruach and Ha-or will par-
ticipate in the Shabat
luncheon following Feb. 7
services. For reservations,
call adviser Nancy Korn,
557-6481; or Denise Cohen,
youth director, 352-5438.
Reservations are also being
taken for a joint pizza party
to be held Feb. 8.
The youth groups will
see "Annie" at the Fisher
Theater 7:30 p.m. Feb. 22.
Priority for tickets will be
given to youth who
attend Shabat services
regularly.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will meet 9 a.m. Sunday for
prayers, followed by brunch
and bowling.
The group will see "Israel
Here I Come" 2 p.m. Feb. 15
at the main Jewish Com-
munity Center.

* * *

BNAI MOSHE Youth
Department announces the
appointment of Laura
Lazarus as adviser to the
Senior Moshe Mouse United
Synagogue Youth chapter.
Ms. Lazarus 'was
graduated from Wayne
State University, where she
earned a BA degree in pub-
lic relations. She has been
involved with the Bnai
Moshe Senior USY, worked
for the Detroit Zionist Fed-
eration and the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. She attended
the Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies.
She will meet with the
USY at services 10 a.m.
Saturday in the board room.
Moshe Mouse USY will
go cross-country skiing
Sunday, meeting 1:30
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