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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-30

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66 Friday, October 30, 1%1

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth News

SHALOM
ADAT
Garinim will hold Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturday in
the chapel while Shoresh
and Migdal Tzion will hold
their services at 10 a.m. in
the board room.
Migdal Tzion will go on a
hayride Saturday, meeting
at 7 p.m. at the synagogue
for carpools. The movie,
"Halloween," will be shown
following the hayride in the
home of Libby Alpern, 5946
Cherry Crest, West Bloom-
field.
A limited number of
spaces are available for the
hayride, for which there is a
charge. All are invited to
the movie free of charge. For
reservations and informa-
tion, call Marjorie Winkle-
man, 626-8925.
Enrollment is still being
taken for this year's confir-
mation class. Ihterested
persons should contact

COHEN

Oak Park Council

Paid for by Ceszens
for Cohen

Youth Director Cantor Earl
Berris or Rabbi Efry Spectre
at the synagogue, 851-5100.
• • •
BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES junior
congregation holds Shabat
services 10 a.m. Saturdays.
The youth lounge is open
every Tuesday at 6:15. This
week a hot dog dinner will
be served. Games, singing
and folk dancing will follow.
Admission is free.
The youth department
and Judaica class are pre-
paring food baskets for Rus-
sian immigrant families.
Kosher packaged foods are
being collected by the reli-
gious school. For details,
call Mike Klein at the
synagogue, 851-6880.
• • •
BETH ACHIM Lahav
United Synagogue Youth
will have an oneg Shabat
with the Cong. Shaarey
Zedek USY 8 p.m. today in
the home of Lisa Soleymani,
22825 Pontchartrain,
Southfield.
USY Week will be ob-
served Nov. 18-22. Persons
interested in volunteering

Here's what we've been up to at

FENBY-STEIN TALENT AGENCY:

We've been getting together the BEST BANDS
with the best music in town for your
special event!

We want to brag about and present:

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Shelby Lee
Eric Freudigman
The Primo's
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Carl Ryding
Johnny Griffith

Captain Woodwind
Jerry Fenby
Stryder
Tom Ploeger
George Brooks
The Strolling Strings
Ursula Walker-Buddy Budson

Plus 20 other great groups

We've got them and we're eager to share
them with you!

call

855-1400

P.S. Ask us about our newest sounds of
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LOEHMANN'S OF
HUNTERS SQUARE MALL

14 Mile and Orchard Lake Rood
Farmington Hills - 855 4488

-

HOURS Mon , Tues & Sat 10-5 30,
Wed Thurs , Fri , 10-9. Sun , 2-6

should call President Mark
Hubert, 355-0626.
Kochavim and Bnai
Mazal will have a rol-
lerskating party Nov. 8,
meeting at 1:30 p.m. at the
synagogue. There is a
charge. For details and
reservations, call Bonnie
Kolnierz, 545-2650.
Shabat services for all
youth are held 10 a.m.
Saturdays.

••

BNAI DAVID youth
Shebat services are held 10
a.m. Saturdays for youth
age 3-17. Story Hour for
youth age 3-7 meets in the
school building for Shabat
stories, games and a youth
kidush. Services for youth
age 8-12 are held in the
small dining room. Services
for youth age 13-17 are held
in the chapel.

Talit and Tefilin will
meet 9 a.m. Sunday for serv-
ices, breakfast and bowling.
Boys and girls ages 12 1/2-17
are welcome.
T and T and Atid are
sponsoring a paper drive.
Newspapers may be drop-
ped off at the synagogue
Nov. 8 from 9 a.m. until 5
p.m. The group will also
pick up newspaper for those
unable to drop it off. For a
paper pick-up contact T and
T adviser Zolman Rube,
968-2654.

Masada will go on a
hayride Sunday, meeting in
the youth lounge at 1:15
p.m. for elections prior to
the hayride. There is a
charge. Drivers are needed.
For information, contact
Ruth Moss, 356-8412.
• • •
BNAI MOSHE Senior
"Moshe Mouse" United
Synagogue Youth will go to
Prentis Manor Sunday,
meeting in the youth lounge
at 1:30 p.m. Everyone is
welcome. To volunteer, call
Social Action Vice
President Nancy Jacobs,
557-9464; President S.J.
Cherrin, 855-9371; or ad-

viser Marianne Jelinek,
968-2083.
Kadima USY elected
Richard Klarman
president. Other officers
are: Howard Marcus, vice
president; Joel Davidson,
program chairman; Miriam
Weiner, secretary; Michelle
Hartman, treasurer; and
Adam Berg to the general
board.
Chalutzim will go to a
pinball arcade and to the
cider mill Sunday, meeting
in the youth lounge at 1:30
p.m. Everyone is welcome,
and there is a nominal
charge. Drivers are needed.
For reservations or infor-
mation, call adviser Jeff
Danto, 356-4788.
Rishonim will go on a
mystery car ride Sunday,
meeting in the youth
lounge at 1:30 p.m. Mem-
bers should bring a bag-
ged dairy lunch and
dress warm. Everyone is
welcome, and there is a
nominal charge. Drivers
are needed. For reserva-
tions or information, call
adviser Robin Danto,
356-4788.
Rishonim
elected
Jonathan
Rosenbaum
president. Other officers
are: Carin Rockind, vice
president; Ilana Rosen-
baum, secretary; and Ann
Tishkoff, treasurer. Elected
to the •board of directors
were: Seth Berg, Tracy Els-
ter, Jeff Hersh, Marla
Hersh, Lauren Marcus and
Jeremy Taitelbaum.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will meet Sunday in the
chapel at 8:30 a.m. for serv-
ices and discussions, fol-
lowed by breakfast and
bowling. Alan Hitsky, news
editor of The Jewish News,
will speak on "The Effects of
a Jewish Media." Everyone
is welcome, and there is a
nominal charge. Drivers are
needed. For information,
call adviser Walter
Rosenblum, 352-2307.
Junior congregation
elected Cindy Friedman
president. Other officers
are: Adam Weiner, vice

Holocaust Memorial Center
Parlor Meeting Set Tuesday

A parlor meeting to dis-
cuss the latest develop-
ments in planning for the
Holocaust Memorial Center
of Detroit will be held Tues-
day in the Southfield home
of Irving Laker.
Henry Dorfman, chair-
man of the HMC's capital
and endowment campaign,
said the meeting will be
attended by organizers and
major contributors to the
project, and his appointees
to a committee planning the
upcoming groundbreaking
ceremonies.
The Holocaust Memorial
Center will be built on a site
adjoining the Jewish Com-
munity Center, at Maple
and Drake roads in West
Bloomfield.
Dorfman said there will
be a report at the meeting
on the results of the cur-
rent solicitation phase

for the Holocaust Memo-
rial Center, which began
this summer. To date, he
said more than $900,000
has been raised for the
capital and endowment
fund. Additional assign-
ment cards will be dis-
tributed as the committee
makes a final effort to se-
cure contributions for
the HMC. Attendees will
be encouraged to make
or increase their own
pledges.
For information on the
Holocaust Memorial Cen-
ter, contact director Rabbi
Charles H. Rosenzveig,
559-3649.

As it is the characteristic
of great wits to say much in
few words, so it is of small
wits to talk much, and say
nothing.
—Rochefoucauld

president; Josh Berg and
Lowell Friedman,
secretaries; Emily Klar-
man, program chairman.
The board of directors in-
cludes: Adam Berg, Jeremy
Berg, Josh Cutler, Joel
Davidson, Sean Elster,
Mark Feldman, Ron
Meisler, Seth Meisler,
Carin Rockind, Sandy Roc-
kind, Ilana Rosenbaum,
Jonathan Rosenbaum,
Rachel Schey and Miriam
Weiner.
USY Services, junior
congregation, Story
Hour
and the Shabat
,
nursery program will
meet 10 a.m. Saturday.
Everyone is welcome,
and refreshments will be
served.
The youth department
will have its annual Youth
Installation Shabat and
family luncheon Nov. 7.
Everyone is welcome, and
there is no charge. For re-
quired reservations, call the
synagogue office, 548-9000.

The youth department

will have a candy sale be-
ginning Nov. 8. Candy may
be picked up between 1 and
2 p.m. in the board room.
Proceeds will be used to
subsidize Tamarack and the
Cedar Point trips. To volun-
teer, call Youth Director
Sharon Levine, 548-3123 or
547-3369.



• •

SHAAREY ZEDEK'S
youth department sponsors
Shabat services for youth of
all ages, beginning with
nursery babysitting serv-
ices for children up to the
age of three. There is no
charge for the babysitting
and no reservations are
needed. The toddlers meet
in the Morris Adler Hall at
10:30 a.m. Services for chil-
dren age 3-7 are held in
Room 110 at 10:30 a.m. The
children also hear a story
and have supervised play
activities.
Chaverim has services for
children in grades two-five

in the Tikvah Chapel at
10:30 a.m. Kadima and
Junior Congregation
United Synagogue Youth
plan and run their own serv-
ices at 10 a.m. in the small
adult chapel. This Shabat
Eddie Pont will read the
Torah and Jeff Lupovitch
will read Haftorah.
First graders will partici-
pate in an induction. This
Shabat Marvin Karbal's
Vov class will lead services
for all children in the
Chaverim service. Par-
ticipating in services are:
Brian Satovsky, Scott
Small, Nathan Wolfe, Scott
Matasar, Felice Nida, Julie
Grant and Andy Loffmane
Nitzanim will meet
Nov. 8 to learn about
Shabat observance. The
3-4 year olds will meet at 1
p.m. The 5-7 year olds will
meet at 3 p.m. Reserva-
tions are needed. For
reservations, call Teri
Bornstein in the youth
office, 357-5544.
Chaverim will go rol-
lerskating at Bonaventure
Nov. 8, meeting at the rol-
lerskating rink at 3:45 p.m.
Reservations are needed by
Monday. For reservations,
-call the youth office.
Kadima will have a meet-
ing to elect officers 2 p.m.
Sunday. The group will
attend the first "Active
Stage" production spon-
sored by the PTO.
JCUSY will have an oneg
Shabat 8 p.m. today at the
home of Lisa and Janine
Soleymani, 22825
Pontchartrain, Southfield.

Beth Achim Lahav USY
will attend. The program
will focus on role playing.
On Nov. 8, JIFY will meet
in the youth lounge at 9 a.m.
for daily minyan, followed
by breakfast at 9:30 a.m.
and then Dr. Jonathan
Fishbane, high school coor-
dinator at Shaarey Zedek,
will show a film on the Nazi
Skokie trials and lead a dis-
cussion.

BBYO Activities

Akiba AZA will hold a
special Halloween Dance 8
p.m. Saturday at Thompson
Middle School, Southfield.
Refreshments
will be
served, and prizes will be
given for the best costumes.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Andy Kollin,
president, 540-0988.
The Great Lakes AZA
Council will meet 7 p.m.
Monday in the Dubin Meet-
ing Room of the Bnai Brith
Building, The Great Lakes
BBG Council will meet 7
p.m. Thursday in the
Dubin Meeting Room.
Both meetings will focus on
the AZA and BBG Council
fund raisings as well as up-
dates on the approaching
regional convention.
Rose AZA will holds its
fifth annual road rally Nov.
7, starting at 7 p.m. at
Thompson Middle School. It
will conclude with a dance
at the rally destination. Re-
freshments will be served,
and prizes will be awarded.
. ...... .

There is a charge. For in-
formation, contact Ted Ef-
ros, president, 968-3765.

AZA and BBG mem-
bers will participate in
the third annual Youth
Symposium on the
Holocaust which will
take place 8:30 a.m.-12:30
p.m. Nov. 9 at the Wayne
State University Student
Center. Students will be
excused from school for
this program. The cost of
the program is free, but
BBYO may charter a bus
which will leave from the
office, and this will re-
quire a small deposit. In-
terested BBYOers should
register at the BBYO
office by Monday. For in-
formation, contact Eva
Tugman, BBYO coor-
dinator, 559-2788
Advisers are still being
sought for AZA chapters
cated in Southfield and

West Bloomfield. For de-
tails, contact Brian Acker-
son, 552-8260.

• •





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