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November 13, 1981 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-13

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Friday, limier 13, 1981


(Continued from Page 57)
Director Tobye Bello, 552-
Bnai David Youth De-
partment will sponsor a
fund-raising event 2 p.m.
on Nov. 22 at the
synagogue. Name brand
toys may be ordered to
give as Hanuka gifts.
Proceeds will go to Bnai
David Youth Depart-
ment. For information,
contact Mrs. Bello.
Reservations are being
accepted for the Thanksgiv-
ing Day Lions football
game. Reservations may be
made by contacting Mrs.
. . .

chairman Joel Davidson,
398-6247; President
Richard Klarman, 358-
4169; or adviser Betty Els-
ter, 398-3284.
Kadima will have a board
meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday
meeting in the home of ad-
viser Betty Elster, 24201
Ridgedale, Oak Park.
Everyone is welcome, and
refreshments will be served.
The group will work on pro-
Rishonim will go to the
Jewish Book Fair at the
Jewish Community Cen-
ter Sunday, meeting at
the youth lounge at 1:15
The group will see the
Rainbow Celebration per-
forming "Don't Give Up the
Ship," and have a chance to
browse through the books.
The group will have a snack
in the Center restaurant.
Everyone should bring
extra spending money.
Drivers are needed, and -
there is a nominal charge.
Everyone is welcome. For
reservations or informa-
tion, call Chalutzim adviser
Jeff Danto or Rishonim ad-
viser Robin Danto, both at
Talit and Tefilin Club
will meet at 8:30 a.m. Sun-
day in the chapel for serv-
ices An
lowed by breakfast and
bowling. Cantor Sam
Greenbaum will speak on
"Life Cycles: Part One."
Boys and girls age 13-18 are
welcome. Drivers are


Youth News

"Moshe Mouse" United
Synagogue Youth will go
rollerskating at Bonaven-
ture, Saturday meeting at 8
p.m. at the home of Howard
Weiner, 28000 Danvers Dr.,
Farmington Hills. Drivers
are needed, and there is a
nominal charge. Everyone
is welcome. For reserva-
tions or information, call
Social Vice President Bryna
Freilich, 543-3703;
President S.J. Cherrin,
855-9371; or adviser
Marianne Jelinek, 968-
Kadima USY will go to
play pinball Nov. 22, meet-
ing in the youth lounge at
1:30 p.m. Everyone is wel-
come, and there is a nomi-
nal charge. Drivers are
needed. For reservations or
information, call Program



Nov. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Weiss (Grace Keila)
of Oak Park, a son, Jordan

• • •

Nov. 4 — To Dr. and Mrs.




In Home or Hospital




Expert Mohel

Saving Hosprtats and Monies


U 2-4444


Cantor Sidney


Certified Mohel

358-1426 or 357-5544






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Edward Stern (Rebecca Per-
lin) of Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Emily Esther.
• • •
Nov. 4 — To Dr. David
and Dr. Adrea Benkoff
(Adrea Globerman) of
Southfield, a daughter,
Reesa Nicole.
• •
Nov. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Fred H. Freeman (Evelyn
Wecker) of Southfield, a
son, Daniel Joshua.
• • •
Nov. 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Betts (Elizabeth
Harrison) of Farmington
Hills, a daughter, Lindsay

needed, and there is a nom-
inal weekly charge. For in-
formation, call adviser Wal-
ter Rosenblum, 352-2307.
Youth Shabat services
are held at 10 a.m. Satur-
days for youth of all ages,
beginning with the Shabat
nursery program for chil-
dren up to age 3. There is no
charge for this babysitting
service and no reservations
are required.
Story Hour meets for
Shabat stories, songs and
games. The group is
supervised by Betty Els-
ter. Both groups meet in
the school wing. Services
for youth age 7-13 meet
with the junior congre-
gation in the chapel.
Services for USYers will
meet in the board room.
Services are conducted
by Howard Weiner. Re-
freshments are served,
and everyone is welcome.
The youth department is.
having a candy sale. All the
proceeds will go to help sub-
sidize the Tamarack and
Cedar Point trips. Anyone
interested in helping or
wanting more information
should call Youth Director
Sharon Levine, 548-3123 or
• • •
HABONIM will have a
Kabalat Shabat for Bonim
8:30 p.m. Nov. 20 at the
Moadon, 25900 Greenfield,
Suite 205C, Oak Park. The
topic of discussion for the
evening will be "Jewish
Nationalism." The activity
is open to all youth of high-
school age. Admission is
free. For information, call

Sharon Blumenberg, 557-
2318; or Mikki Smith, 355-
0543. •
Amelim and Chotrim will
participate in a seminar
this weekend at Habonim
Camp Tavor. The topic for
the seminar is "Social Jus-
tice" and will include trans-
portation, oneg Shabat,
games, kosher food and dis-
cussion. Participants at the
seminar include: Deborah
Berlin, Jonah Bookstein,
Rachel Berlin, Edith
Fleischer, Gabrielle
Fleischer, Eva Rosenwald,
Tamar Kopperl, Aviva
Kopperl, Todd Lowy, Adam
Lowy, Edit Shamir, Doron
Eisenberg, OH Kantor,
Galit Kantor, Avi Kantor,
Marc Kogen, Ellana Kogen,
David Menczer and Miriam
Staff for the weekend will
include: Floyd Glen
(regional director), Mikki
Smith (local chapter head),
Ayala Roudstein (activity
leader), David Chatin
( midwest shaliakh), - Ami
Cohen (Detroit shaliakh).

• • •

youth department sponsors
Shabat services for children
every Saturday. Babysit-
ting nursery services are
available for children up to-
age 3 at 10:30 a.m. in the
Morris Adler Hall. There is
no charge.

Nitzanim meet 10:30
a.m.in room 110 to hear
stories, sing songs and hold
services. Chaverim meet at
10:30 in the Tikvah Chapel.
This week, Al Burke's -hey

•• •
Beth Shalom USY- Observes
25th at Services, Dinner

Cong. Beth Shalom's
United Synagogue Youth
affiliate will celebrate its
25th anniversary at special
services 9 a.m. Nov. 28
(Youth Shabat) and at a
dinner-dance at 8:30 p.m.
that day.
Current President Ron
Leff will give the sermon on
"The 25-Year History of
Beth Shalom USY." Past
presidents and current
members will lead parts of
the service.
Among them are: Steve
Gaynor (president 1965-
1966) and Karen Knoppow,
adviser and president
1966-1967; Chuck Pearls-
Nov. 1 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Andy Zack (Helaine Mor- tein, Jodi Rope, Amy Gold,
Alicia Goodman, Alan
ton) of Huntington Woods, a
Zussman, Diane Lederman,
daughter, Julie Nina.
Julie Satz, Shari Mickel,
• • •
Lisa Roth, Kim Yellen and
Oct. 31— To Dr. and Mrs.
Cheryl Rope. Ron will be a
Mark Rottenberg (Linda
Torah reader and conduct
Shapiro) of West Bloom-
the Musaf service.
field, a daughter, Cari
At the dinner-dance,
music will be'provided by
• • •
George Brooks. The eve-
Oct. 25 — To Mr. and Mrs.
ning also will include a
Gary Gray (Jan Green),
candlelighting cere-
former Detroiters of San Di-
mony, conducted by Ron,
ego, Calif , a daughter..Mar-t.. aeoka program on the his-
tory ,of the chapter. All
• 4)astk • presidents and-
Ott. 18-
•Eoe- members will
PiliterS Dw. and Mrs. Arnold ored.
J. tankages (Susan Kushel)
Persons who:date not yet
of Connecticut, a son, Brett
been contacted, should call
Ms. Knoppow, 569-8008; or


the synagogue, 547-7970.
Reservation deadline is
Nov. 20.

•• •
Scout Troop .
Plans Campout

Boy Scout Troop 23, the
only local Jewish Scout
troop, will have a winter
campout Dec. 11-13 at the
Charles Howell Scout
The troop holds regular
meetings 7 p.m. Wednes-
days at TentRla ;Beth -El.
Boye between- age 103' end'
18 amiekited tojoin."-
TIU#2 iliCeafifte for the
camPout. Fathers" and sons
are invited. For details, call
Lyle Hochman, 355-5190.

class will lead the services.
Participants are: Michael
Berman, Robert Hoff, Jen-
nifer Kraft, Marc Provisor,
Ari Schwedel, Danny Slaim
and Nathan White.
Shabat services for
Junior. Congregation
United Synagogue 'Youth
and Kadima are held 10
a.m. Saturday in the small
chapel. Teenagers who wish
to read Torah, -Haftorah or
have an aliya should call
the youth office, 357-5544.
Nitzanim will meet at 1
p.m. Dec. 6 in the youth
lounge to make Hanuka
decorations. Children
age 3-7 are invited.
Kadima will have a
dinner-meeting for its
executive and general board
6 p.m. Wednesday in the
youth office. The group will
have a Shabat luncheon fol-
lowing services Nov. 21.
Reservations are required
and there is a charge.
Kadima will have a foot-
ball game against another
chapter Nov. 27 at Shaarey
Zedek. Refreshments will
follow. Kadima will join a
city-wide dance for all
sixth-eighth graders Dec. 5 ,
at Beth Achim. Marc An-

Kerman will be the disc joc-
JCUSY will go to a Red
Wing hockey game Dec. 5 at
Joe Louis Arena. Reserva-
tion deadline is Nov. 21. For
reservations, call the youth
The men's club will spon-
sor a Thanksgiving college
dance 9 p.m. Nov. 25 at the
synagogue. All college stu-
dents are invited. Marc An-
kerman will be the disc joc-

• • •

NCSY Opens
Local Office

An administrative office
for the Central East region
of the National Conference
of Synagogue Youth
(NCSY) - has been estab-
lished in Oak Park.
Under the leadership of
Regional Director David
Seidemann, the office will
service NCSY chapters and
Orthodox Union affiliated
synagogues in the Detroit,
Pittsburgh, Indianapolis,
Louisville, Cleveland, Cin-
cinnati, Columbus, Dayton
and Toledo areas. The new
NCSY office can be reached
at 547-8357.

BBYO Activities

nity Center.
Herzl AZA, Windsor,
BBYO announces the ap-
will hold its annual
pointment of Barbara
Sweetheart Dance 8 p.m.
Guttman as adviser to
Saturday at Shaer
Machar BBG. Several ad-
Hashomayim Synagogue ip
viser positions still remain
Windsor. Dress is semi-
for AZA chapters in South-
formal. The dance is open to
field and Bloomfield Hills
all members of AZA and
and BBG chapters in West
BBG. There is a charge, and
Bloomfield. To volunteer,
those attending may come
contact the BBYO office,
dated or stag. For informa-
tion, contact David Gerson,
president, 1-519-969-3341.
Benny AZA will hold its Alzheimer Group
second bagel delivery day in
Meeting Planned
Oak Park and Southfield on
The Detroit Area Chapter
Sunday. Five varieties of
of the Alzheimer's Disease
bagels and cream cheese are
offered. To order a bagel de- and Related Disorders
Association, Int. will hold
livery, contact Richard
an open meeting 7:30 p.m.
Levitsky, president, 967-
Wednesday in the Fisher
Center Auditorium of Pro-
Beth Berman and Kevin
vidence Hospital.
Gersten, BBG and AZA
The evening's program
Council presidents, respec-
will include a video tape
tively, will speak at the
from "People and Causes," a
Bnai Brith International
public affairs program of
Humanitarian • Award
KTCA-TV in St. Paul,
Dinner Tuesday at the Wes-
Minn., on Alzheimer's Dis-
tin Hotel at the Renaissance
and its effects on
Center. The award recipient
this year is Rodkey .families. Members of the
Detroit Chapter's board of
Craighead, and funds raised
directors, including Co-
from the dinner are used to
Chairmen Nancy Lombardo
support the BBY.O and
and Sarah Glover, will be
Hillel programs.
preSent to lead the dis-

Sharon Rich and Gary
Naftaly, 1981 regional con- , cussions and help answer
questions about Al-
, vention coordinators, have
zheimer's Disease and how
announced that Cong. Beth
to cope with it.
Shalom has been chosen as
For details, call Ms. Lom-
the site of this year's com-
bardo, 646-2582; or Ms.
munity Sabbath service and
oneg Shebat, which are part
of the regional convention.
The service and oneg will
Lipset Named
take place Dec. 25, with the
NEW YORK — Seymour
cooperation of Rabbi David
Martin Lipset, professor of
-Nelson and Cantor Sam
political science and sociol-
-- Greenbaum. Alt parents of
ogy and senior fellow of the
regiettli -convention' dele-
Hoover Institution at Stan-
tat4007.1113e b*Uie par-
ford University in CaLifoi-
ticipete ih the et4inine'S
piiigrarn. The: convention ' niQ, , has Keen named ihaft-
man of the United Jewish
will take place bed. 24-29 at
Appeal Faculty Cabinet. _
the main Jewish
, Commu-

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