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September 25, 1981 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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84 Friday, Sepkiier 25, 1981


Youth News

Howard Korman the 13-17
group. Yom Kippur services
Migdal Tzion United
be held 10:30 a.m. Oct-
Synagogue Youth and
8 for youth age 3-17.
Shoresh will hold Shabat
Atid and Talit and Tefilin
services in the board room
will sponsor a paper drive.
10 a.m. Saturday. The
For pick-up, call Tobye Be-
Torah will be read this
llo, youth director, 552-
Shebat by Jeffrey
Youth services for the
High Holy Days begin at
10:30 a.m. on Tuesday and "Moshe Mouse" United
Youth will have
Wednesday. The services
a board meeting 7:15 p.m.
are for children age 3
Thursday in the home of S.
through 12th grade.
J. Cherrin, 1985 Lone Pine
• • •
Rd., Bloomfield Hills. Pro-
gramming for November,
Synagogue Youth will have the youth Shabat and the
an oneg Shabat 8 p.m. today
city-wide 1960s dance will
in the home of Mike Wein-
raub, 19142 Greenspruce, be discussed.
Kadima USY will meet
Southfield. For directions,
1:30 p.m. Sunday in the
call Mike, 569-1512.
youth lounge to go roller-
Tickets are still available
skating. Everyone is wel-
for High Holiday youth
come, and there is a nomi-
services.. Specific groups
nal charge. Drivers are
will be available for youth
needed. For reservations or
age 2t2 through college.
information, call adviser
For ticket information,
Betty Elster, 398-3284.
call Youth Director Marc
Talit and Tefilin Club
Ankerman, at the will meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday
synagogue, 352 - 8670.
in the chapel for services
• • •
and discussions, followed by
BETH SHALOM United breakfast and bowling at
Synagogue Youth will have
Hartfield Lanes. The group
an oneg Shabat 8:30 p.m. will have nominations of
today at the Franklin Club officers for the 1981-1982
Apts. For reservations, call year. Elections will be held
Beth Korby, 355-3049 or Oct. 4. Everyone is wel-
come. Drivers are needed,
BSUSY will go to a De-
and there is a nominal 'fee.
troit Tiger baseball game
Those interested in running
Sunday, meeting noon at for office or wishing more
the synagogue. There is a information should call ad-
charge. For reservations, viser Walter Rosenblum,
call Ron Leff, 552-8165.
The group will visit the
residents at Federation Rishonim will have a
Apartments Wednesday, Shebat dinner and oneg
meeting at 3 p.m. at the Shabat 6 p.m. today in the
synagogue. For details, call home of Mr. and Mrs.
Beth Korby.
Paul (Sharon) Levine,
• • •
23025 Kipling, Oak Park.
BNAI DAVID youth will
Everyone is welcome,
meet for Shabat services 10
and there is a nominal
a.m. Saturday. Story Hour
charge. For reservations
will meet in the school
or information, call
building, children age 8-12 Chalutzim adviser Jeff
will meet in the small din-
Danto or Rishonim ad-
ing room and youth age viser Robin Danto, 356-
13-17 will meet in the 4788.
Chalutzim will have elec-
Talit and Tefilin elected
play pinball Oct.
Eric Lunsky president for tions and
4, meeting in the youth
the new program year. lounge at 1:30 p.m.
Other officers are Kevin
Everyone is welcome, and
Mendelson, vice president; those who have paid their
Ron Erman, secretary; and membership dues are in-
Rich Lampear, treasurer.
vited to run for office. Driv-
Elliot Maness will assist
ers are needed, and there is
Zolman Rube, adviser. Talit a nominal charge. Those in-
and Tefilin meets 9 a.m.
terested in running for
Sundays in the synagogue
office or wishing to make a
for services, breakfast and reservation should call
Haor and Ruach will meet
Rishonim will have elec-
1:30 p.m. Sunday at the
tions and go grape picking
synagogue to go rollerskat-
ing. There is a charge. For Oct. 4, meeting in the board
reservations, call Barbara room at 1:30 p.m. Everyone
Ravitz, 542-6968; or Ruth is welcome, and those who
have paid their membership
Moss, 356-8412.
Masada will go apple dues are invited to run for
picking Oct. 4, meeting office. Drivers are needed,
1:30 p.m. at the and there is a nominal
synagogue. For informa- charge. Those interested in
tion, call Gail Nachman , running for office or wish-
ing to make a reservation
Rosh Hashana services should call Mrs. Danto.
USY Service, junior
will be held for youth age
3-17 10:30 a.m. Tuesday congregation, Story
and Wednesday. Apples and Hour and the Shabat
honey will be served. Ko I nursery program will
Nidre services for youth age meet 10 a.m. Saturday.
8-17 will be held 6:30 p.m . Everyone is welcome.
Youth services for Bosh
Oct. 7. Greta Bernard wil
„,1 lia,b,anik,..9011,4ne,t, at ,10
lead theaga13.12

parking lot at 1:30 p.m.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call the youth

a.m. The nursery program
for youth up to age 3, Story
Hour for youth age 3 and 4,
and Story Hour for youth
age 5 and 6 will meet in the

department, 357-5544.

Junior Congregation
United Synagogue Youth
will have an oneg Shebat 8
p.m. today in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Kasoff, 21440 Constitution,
Southfield. The evening
will begin with Kabalat
Shebat services, followed by
Simhat Torah songs.
JCUSY will go to the
Time Zone pinball arcade
Oct. 10, leaving 8:30 p.m.
from the synagogue. There

school wing; junior congre-
gation for youth age 7 to 13
will meet in the board room;
and, USY Services for

grades seven to 12 will meet
in the chapel. For required

reservations for the nur-
sery, call Ann Wanetik,

There will be Kol Nidre
services for anyone over age
7. Everyone also is welcome

to participate in the annual
Havdala candlelighting
service following Yom Kip-

Sept. 19 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Steven Brotsky (Anna

Mandelbaum. Others on the
committee are Eddie
Kresch and Pia Ryba.

Counselors are: Frada Kel-
man, Ruth Snow, Deena

Schram and Nathan Big-
man. New counselors are:
Debbie Schreiber, Pia Ryba,
and Sara Broner. Sonya
Fishman is serving as the
head of the senior division,
while Naomi Millen heads
the junior division and the
Shabat afternoon groups
Bigman is on the
Hanhala Artzit for both De-
troit and Cleveland. Any
boys in grade nine or higher
interested in_ becoming
counselors should contact
Bigman, 968-1499. Persons
interested in joining Bnei
Akiva of Cleveland for
Simhat Torah should call
Sheila Kresch, 968-7025.
• • •


sponsoring a new program
on Shebat mornings for

Chaverim holds serv-
ices 10:30 a.m. Saturdays
in the Tikvah Chapel. The
group will go bowling at
West Bloomfield Lanes
Sunday, meeting at 2:30
p.m. at the bowling alley.
Kadima will have a mys-
tery bus trip Sunday, leav-
ing from the synagogue

Energy Boost

is to start shortly on the first
of a series of wind-powered
electro-turbines which it is
hoped will supply about 10
percent of Israel's electric-
ity needs by the end of the
The first turbine and
generator has been im-

_ ported from Holland.

- •

Thursday at the synagogue.
JIFY will hear Charles
Wolfe, executive director of
the Jewish Home for Aged,
9:30 a.m. Oct. 4 at the

synagogue. He will speak on
"Growing Older in the

The youth groups for boys
in grades four-six will meet

6 p.m. Saturday.
An afternoon group for
children in second grade be-
gins this week. The group
will meet every Shebat one
hour before Minha. This
week the group will meet 6
p.m. Saturday.

Cantor SMAUEL::':_

Jewish Community." There
is a charge. •


GREENFIELD will have a


youth minyan for children
age 6-11 10 a.m: Saturday.


Swaim Homes & Hospitals


Beth Samet) of Birming-
ham, a son, Aaron Matthew.
• • •
Sept. 18 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Erlich (Beverly
Moskowitz of Rochester,
N.Y.) of Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Elayne Hope.
• • •
Sept. 18 — To _Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Caradonna (Lynn
Rosen) of Oak Park, a son,
David Marc.
• • •
Sept. 15 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Levin (Elizabeth
Kutlov) of Huntington
Woods, a son, David Benja-
• • •
Sept. 14 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Berman (Cindy
Williams) of West Bloom-
field, a son, Brandon Scott.
• • Al:
Sept. 13 — To former De-
troiters Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Schaub (Barbara . Lynn
Adler) of Milpitas, Calif., a
son, Bryan Leonard.
• • •
Sept. 13 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Berman
(Marilyn Iskow) of West
Bloomfield, a son, Aaron
• • •
Sept. 11 — To former De-
troiters Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Klein (Rebecca
Plotnick) of Sacramento,
Calif., twin daughters,
Nekia Miri and Rachel
• • •
Sept. 11 — To former De-
troiter Rabbi Sheldon I.
Wrotslaysky and • Mrs.
Wrotslaysky (Pessie Fisher)
of Brooklyn, N.Y., a daugh-
ter, Chana Shire.
•• •
Sept. 11 — To Mr.- and
Mrs. Howard Stellar.
(Laurie Shumer) of Oak
Park, a son, Eric Justin.
• • •
Sept. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Rubinoff
(former Detroiter Arlene
Tilchen) of Toledo, Ohio, a
daughter, Sara Tamar.
•• •
Sept. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Clinton (Rona
Levin) of West Bloomfield, a
son, Bryan Jeffrey.



Sept:9—, To Dr, and Mrs.
James Newman (Lirldidi

Matlen) of Farmington
Hills, a daughter, Amy
• • •
Sept. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Shiffman (Alene
Yura) of Farmington Hills,
a daughter, Melissa Jo.



• • •








In Home or Hospital




Expert Moho'

S.V.ng Hort:Mrs sod Homes

Aug. 31 — To Mr. and
Ws. Steven Genden (Susan
Metiken) of Huntington
Woods, a son, Joseph Ben-
• • •
Aug. 26 — To Terry
Brown and Wendy Robins of
Huntington Woods, a son.
Peter Reuben Robins-

547-8555 .

LI 2-4444


194 OHEL

certified by chief rabbtnaie of isrsel

)l' r flr ,St, Im-,1-1=14.-Irt
rtrvicolo '.7rria

Cantor Sidney


Aug. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Maltz (Caro-
lyn Pacernick) of Oak Park,
a daughter, Debra Heather.

Music by




• •

Aug. 31 — To Mr. and
Mrs. .Michael Zaks (Paula
Kay $teinberger) of Hun-
tington Woods, a son, David




• • •
its new
board is headed by Jenny

children under age 3. A nur-
sery babysitting service will
be available 10:30 a.m.
Saturdays in the Morris
Adler Hall and lasts until
the conclusion of services.
Parents may stay with
their children or leave them
in the care of a babysitter.
Toys and baby furniture are
needed. Donations may be
dropped off at the youth
Nitzanim will hold
Shabat services-10:30 a.m.
Saturday in the library and
meet in room 110 for a story
and kidush.


is a charge. The social ac-
tion committee will make
decorations for the Sinai
Hospital sukka 4 p.m.

Certified Mohei

358-1426 or 357-6544

Sam Barnett

- Big or

small, we custom
the music to-your needs.


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