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September 04, 1981 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-04

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THE DETROIT Brim NEWS

Help for Unwed
Mothers 'Offered
by Jewish Group

Youth News

BETH ACHIM Youth stories, sings Hebrew
Director Marc Ankerman songs and plays games.
announces a new program There is a lddusb. and the
set up this year is the com- youth help lead the con-
bination of membership in gregation in Adon Olam
the youth group and a ticket at the conclusion of serv-
for the High Holidays.
. ices. For information,
Lahav United Synagogue contact Mrs. Elster. •
You_th (grades nine-12) will
Junior congregation (age
meet for services in the
7-13) will meet 10 a.m.
Klein Chapel. College stu- Saturday in the chapel.
"dente are invited to this Mark Eichner will begin his
service.
21st year as adviser to the
Kadima USY (grades group. The group conducts
seven eight) also will meet its own Shabat service.
in the Klein Chapel. Bnai Everyone is welcome to par-
Mazal (grades four-six) will ticipate in the Hebrew and
join junior congregation
English parts. The group
(age 10-12) in the double
concludes Shabat serv-
classroom.
ices by helping to lead the
Kochaviru (grades two
main congregation in Adon
and three) will meet in Olam. This week there will
room 1. There is no be a "Super-Duper Kidush."
charge for Nitzanim (age
Junior congregation will
3-7), but reservations are see "Little Johnny Jones" at
required. '
the Fisher Theater Sept. 15,
Tickets for all other meeting at the synagogue at
groups are available at the 6:30 p.m. There is a nominal
synagogue office. For de- fee, and all are welcome.
tails, call Ankerman at the Drivers are needed. For
synagogue, 352-8670.
reservations and informa-
• • •
tion, contact Eichner, 358-
BNAI MOSHE Senior 0065.
"Mcishe Mouse" United
USY Services (grades
Synagogue Youth (grades seven-12) will meet 10 a.m.
nine-12) announces the ap- Saturday in the board room.
pointment of. Marianne Services are led entirely by
Jelinek as the group's ad- the group. Everyone is wel-
viser. Mrs. Jelipek has a de- come to participate in lead-
gree in art from Wayne ing the Hebrew and English
State University.
parts. Anyone interested in
Moshe Mouse's new learning the service or lead-
president is S. J. Cherrin. ing the service should con-
The group is interested in tact, Religious Vice
any new members and any- President Howard Weiner,
one interested in serving on 851-1584; or adviser Mrs.
planning committees. For Jelinek, 968-2083.
information, contact Cher-
The youth department
rin, 855-9371; or Mrs. announces the Second An-
Jelinek, 968-2083.
Kadima USY (grades
seven-eight) announces its
new adviser is Betty Elster.
Mrs. Elster attended Nas-
sau Community College in
"Sam Beber AZA won the
New York, where she AZA softball league cham-
studied education. For pionship for the second con-
members-hip information, secutive year by defeating
call Mrs. Elster, 398-3284.
Gen. Maurice Rose AZA•in
Chalutzim (grades the championship game.
-- four-six) announces Jeff The league trophy was pre-
•- Dante
return as ad- sented by softball league
viser. Dante is a student - coordinator Ed Rivkin and
at WSU For information, each member of the winning
contact Dento,.3156-4788.
team received an AZ _ A
Rishonim (grades one- softball medallion.
three) announces Robin
The .Great Lakes BBG
Hutton will return as ad- Council announces the ap-
viser. Ms. Hutton has a.BS pointment of the following
degree from Michigan State new chairmen: Sheri Ben-
University and is a master's koff of Shoshanna BBG, to
degree candidate at WSU. coordinate the BBYO Kic-
For information, contact koff Dance, which will be
held Oct. 3, and Aileen Katz
Ms. Hutton, 661-4212.
Talit and Tefilin Club of Machar BBG, to coordi-
(age 13-18) announces its nate the Leadership Train-
new adviser is . Walter ing Institute, which will be
Rosenbloom. Rosenbloom held at Camp Tamarack
has a degree from WSU in Oct. 23-25.
The first meeting of the
history and will complete
his master's degree in sec- Great Lakes AZA Council
- ondary education at WSU will take place 7 p.m."
this winter. T and T will Thursday in the Dubin
begin meeting 8:30 a.m. Meeting Room of the Bnai
Sept. 20 in the chapel at Brith Building, 25835
Southfield Rd., Southfield.
8:30 a.m. The program will
The first BBYO adviser
include services, dis-
cussions, breakfast and group meeting of the new
program
year will take
bowling. There is a'nominal
charge. For information, place 7:30 p.m. Sept. 17 at
the BBYO office. Openings
call Rosenbloom, 352-2307.
for advisers still exist for
Story, Hour (age three-
AZA and BBG chapters in
, six) will meet 10 a.m.
Saturday in the school Southfield, Farmington
wing. The new adviser is - Hills, Huntington Woods,
Mrs. Elster. Each Satur-
Livonia and West Bloom-
day the group hears holi-
field. Volunteers should call
day, Bible,- and cultural
the BBYO office, 552-8260.

PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
— The Association for
JeWish Childr has an-
nounced a speciaTrogram
of services for unwed pre-
gnant Jewish girls and
women in Philadelphia.
Joseph Taylor, of the
organization, said the help
will include assistance with
medical care; care with a
private physician; living ar-
rangements during preg-
nancy; hospital delivery
with a semi-private room;
counseling; temporary care
for..the infant while the
mother makes plans for
herself and her baby; help
with adoption; and help
after the adoption.

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GRAND OPENING, SEPT.. 21

nual Family Picnic will be
held Sept. 13 at 1:15 p.m.
The groups will meet in the
Oak Park Major Park, by
the pavillion. In case of rain
of picnic will be held at
James N. Pepper Elemen-
tary School in the activities
room. The picnic is free, and
the activities include con-
tests and prizes for everyone
of all ages. There will be
water balloon toss, relay
races, watermelon eating
cc ntests, penny searches
and a family volleyball
game. Hot dogs and pop will
be sold. All families are wel-
come. For information, con-
tact Youth Director Sharon
Levine, 548-3123 or 547-
3369.


Scout Troop 23
Meets at Beth El

Boy Scout - Troop 21; the
only Jewish scout troop in
Michigan, will now meet 7-9
p.m. Wednesdays in Teinple
Beth El's youth lounge. The
troop, formerly met at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Corn-
vnunity Center.
The troop, formed in
1912, has been' headed by
Scoutmaster Nate Trager
for 50 -years. For informa-
tion about joining Troop 23,
call Trager after 3 p.m.,
553-4896. .

Crypt-Jews Live-
'Inquisition-Type'
Life in Portugal

JERUSALEM' (JNI) —
Some 1,500-Crypt-Jews live
in Portugal, attend church,
and pray to "Little Saint
Moses" and "Saint Queen
Esther," according to Prof.
Amilcar Paulo, president of
the Institute for Cultural
Relations Between Por-
tugal and Israel.
The Crypt Jews are a
. closed community which,
despite history, in the five
centuries since the Inquisi-
tion, "keeps its Jewish tra-
dition alive in total sec-
recy," Paulo said. .
The small communities of
Crypt-Jews, he said, are
very poor culturally and
economically. Their mem-
bers support themselves as
transient merchants of
goods in the public markets.

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