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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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Friday, November 20, 1981 69

Youth News

and Education Department
sponsors Shabat services 10
a.m. Saturdays. Nitzanim
and Maker meet in the foyer
outside the sanctuary.
Garinim meet in the chapel,
while Shoresh and Migdal
Tzion hold services in the
board room.
Shoresh will go bowling
Sunday, meeting 3 p.m. at
the synagogue. An ice
cream social will follow.
There is a charge. Friends
are invited.
Migdal Tzion will have a
sleep-over party Wednes-
day and Thursday, which
will culminate in a trip to
the Thanksgiving Day
parade. The party will be
held at the home of Marjorie
Winkelman, 30091 Cheviot
Hills, Franklin. There is a
charge, and a general mem-
bership meeting will be held
Wednesday evening.

service Nov. 28. Partici-
pants include: Eric
Siegel, Jeff Lupovitch,
Hadas Reiter, Michael
Rocklin, Howard
Goldkrand, Libby Al-
pern, Jon Greenberg,
Michael Nachman, Joe
Starkman, Gordon Be-
rris, Andy Rocklin,
Melissa Okun, Elanit
Weizman, Judith
Goldkrand, • Howard
Lupovitch, Adam
Helfman, Jason Stockier,
Pattie Lieberman and
Miriam Starkman.

- .
The class is limited and is
open. to youthtin grades
eight-12 who are members
of a Conservative
synagogue youth group.
• • •

the agenda. There is a per
representatives to the
family charge. Participants
CRUSY-Centei Area Kin-
should meet at the Center at
nus being held this weekend
in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Judaica Class and
Kadima USY will go to a
the youth department will
pinball arcade Sunday,
YESHIVAT AKIVA collect food for Russian im-
meeting in the youth lounge
announces two of its 12th migrant families through
at 1:30 p.m. Everyone is
grade students have Sunday. Pre-packaged
welcome, and there is a
achieved semifinalist status
nominal charge. Drivers are
in the National Merit lected in the religious school
needed. For reservations or
Scholarship Competition, office. For details, call Mike
information, call Program
Shani Schreiber and Joseph Klein, 851-6880.
Chairman Joel Davidson,
Junior congregation
398-6247; President
meets for services 10 a.m.
Richard Klarman, 358-
4169; or adviser Betty Els-
The youth louhge is open
ter, 398 - 3284.
Following services, there
6:15 p.m. Tuesdays for hot
Talit and Tefilin Club
will be a luncheon for youth
dog dinner and games. Ad-
will meet at 8:30 a.m. Sun-
group members, sponsored
mission is free.
The Jewish News has
day in the chapel for serv-
• • •
by the Ronnie Posen Youth
early deadlines for the
ices and discussions, fol-
Fund. Don Shane,
issue of Friday, Nov. 27.
BETH ACHIM Lahav lowed by breakfast and
The deadline for local
sportscaster for WDIV-TV,
Lynne Avedanka
United Synagogue Youth
news and display ad-
will speak on "Being Jewish
announces that in addition
will speak on "Calligraphy:
vertising is 2 p.m. today.
in the Broadcasting and
Hebrew and English." She
to its already named dele-
The classified display
Sports Field." All Adat
gates to the Center Area
also will bring practice
deadline is noon Mon-
Shalom youth are invited
Kinnus this weekend in
material. Boys and girls age
day. For all other
free of charge. For reserva-
13 - 18 are welcome. There is
classified ads, the dead-
Cleveland, the following
The youth and educa-
tions, call the youth office,
line is 2 p.m. Tuesday.
will - attend: Gail a nominal 'weekly charge,
tion department will
and drivers are needed. For
Greenspon, Beth Phillips,
sponsor its semi-annual
The conversational He-
information, call adviser
Marla Hitow, FellisaVurns,
Shani also was awarded a
youth main sanctuary
brew class will begin Dec.'8.
Walter Rosenblum, 352-
National Council Teachers
of English Achievement Youth Director Marc An-
Youth Shabat services
Award in Writing, one of
Lahav will go to the
are held at 10 a.m. Satur-
only 38 awarded in ,Michi-
day for youth of all ages,
gan. This marks the third
consecutive year that an Show" Nov. 28, meeting beginning with the
MONTEREY, Calif. — persons sensitive to the Akiva senior has won this 10:30 p.m. at the Shabat nursery program
synagogue. There is a
The American Jewish problem."
for children up to age 3.
coveted award.
Committe has called on the
There is no charge for
He explained that the
Yeshivat Akiva has also charge, and drivers are
radio industry to look into organization has received been informed that seven of needed. For details, call Al-
this babysitting service.
the "growing problem" of in-
Story. Hour meets for
complaints about these its graduating seniors have lyson Imber, 540-2272.
flammatory racial and reli- shows over the years, and as been selected as Finalists in
Kadima USY will have a Shabat stories, songs and
gious remarks on call-in a result 'had supported a the Michigan Competitive "wine" and cheese movie games in the school wing.
pilot study to investigate Scholarship Competition.
party 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Services for youth ages 7-13
Testifying before a meet- the contents of such shows. They are: Joseph Green- the synagogue. Electiops will meet with the junior
ing of The Radio Code of the
will be held. There is a congregation in the chapel.
baum, Aryeh Posner,
National Association of Racial Violence
Daniel Rosenthal, Shani charge. For reservations, Services for USYers are
Broadcasters, Hyman Termed Growing
Schreiber, Jeff Guyer, Gabi call adviser Gail Nachman, held in the board room. All
Bookbinder, the AJCom-
boys and gitls in grades
Levi and Gayle Selesny.
mittee's representative, Menace in U.S.
• • •
College-age youth will seven-12 are welcome. Re-
stressed that the AJCom-
ABRAHAM attend a pre - Thanksgiving freshments will be served.
subcommittee of the House HILLEL MOSES
mittee did not advocate in-
The youth department is
youth dance 9 p.m. Wednesday at
having a candy sale. Pro-
terference in the freedom of Judiciary Committee heard department will sponsor a
last week that family fun day Sunday at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. An- ceeds will go to help sub-
broadcasters to conduct
racial and religious violence
such shows.
the main Jewish Commu-
music for dancing. For de- sidize the Tamarack and
However, the agency does is a growing "menace" in nity Center. Racquetball,
tails, call the youth office, Cedar Point trips. Anyone
the United States and that
interested in helping or
believe that "steps are
swimming, basketball and 352-8670.
needed to prevent misuse of "hate groups such as the Ku luncheon are included on
Junior congregation will wanting more information
Klux Klan and Nazi-type
should call Youth Director
the airwaves by anonym-
organizations seem com-
Sharon Levine, 548-3123 or
ous; misinformed,
10 - 12 10 a.m. Saturdays.
mitted to keeping it alive." Iran Denounces
trouble-making individu-
• • •
The testimony came from
• • •
William Bradford Reynolds,
will have a
The AJCommittee is
assistant attorney general
NEW YORK — Iran hag
concerned about call-in for civil rights. Reynolds denounced the eight-point a.m. Saturday. Story Hour Kabalat Shabat service for
Bonim 8:30 p.m. today at
will meet in the school
shows, Bookbinder said,
said he was particularly Saudi Arabian peace plan
because of the "inter- concerned about reports of for the Middle East as "in- building for Shabat stories, the moadon, 25900 Green-
group relations dangers
"hate groups" operating consistent with Islam." An songs and games. Boys and field, Suite 205C, Oak Park.
paramilitary camps to train Iranian newspaper at- girls age 8-13 are invited to "Jewish Nationalism" will
inherent in call-in pro-
grams that are not pro- their members for racial tacked PLO chief Yasir a special Shabat service be discussed. All high
school-age youth are invited
Saturday, meeting in the
duced or moderated by
Arafat for backing the plan.
free of charge. •
small dining room. Bagels
The Iranians claimed
For information, call
that the Saudi plan, which and juice will be served fol-
Sharon Blumenberg, 557-
Israel rejects, would "estab-
Talit and Tefilin group
lish Israel as the master of
will meet 9 a.m. Sunday for
the Islamic and Arab
services, breakfast and
International United
bowling. Boys and girls age
Synagogue Youth Week
12-17 are invited.
will be celebrated through
Haifa University
The youth department
Sunday in the U.S. and
will have a name brand toy
Gets Synagogue
Canada. The celebration
sale- 2 p.m. Sunday in the
NEW YORK — Through synagogue. The public is in-
marks the 30th anniversary
the work of the Israel Coun- vited, and proceeds will
of USY, the youth contin-
cil of Young Israel benefit Bnai David youth
gent of the Conservative
Synagogues and the Na- activities. For details, call
tional Council of Young Is- Youth Director Tobye Bello,
Today and Saturday,
rael's Eretz Israel Commis- 552 - 0183.
USY members will lead
sion, a social hall in one-of
services in their synagogues
There are still a few tic-
Haifa University's dor- kets left for the Thanksgiv-
and Sunday will be the third
Members of the Detroit Friends of Shaare Zedek mitories is being converted ing Day Lions football
annual International
Hospital visited the medical center during a recent to serve as a combination game. For tickets, call Mrs.
Mitzvathon Day.
Israel Bonds mission to Israel. Shown are, from left, synagogue, lounge and so- Bello.
Proceeds from the
the late Joe Feldman and Mrg. Feldman, Mr. and Mrs. cial center under Young Is-
mitzvathon will go to the
Samuel Hechtman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Sosin, Sidney rael auspices.
BNAI MOSHE Senior Tikun Olam fund, which is
Schwarz, a member of the hospital staff and Max
The synagogue is set to - Moshe Mouse" United
used for scholarships to
open-in time for Hanuka.
Synagogue Youth will send
summer programs and to

AJCommittee Seeks Halt
in Racism Over Airwaves

Detroiters Visit SZ Hospital

2318; or Mikki Smith, 355-
Amelim and Chotrim will
have an activity 2:30 p.m.
Nov. 29 at the main Jewish
Community Center. For de-
tails, call Mike Poris, 626-
4093; or Smith.


youth department sponsors
Shabat services every -
Saturday. . Babysitting serv - .
ice for children up to age 3
is available in the Morris
Adler Hall at 10:30 a.m. and
is free of charge.
Nitzanim meet at 10:30
a.m. in room 110: Chaverim
services begin at 10:30 a.m.
in the Tikvah Chapel.
Kadima services will be
held at 10 a.m. in the small
chapel. Danny Kasoff will
read the Torah portion and
Jonathan Brode will read
the Haftorah. Marc Gould
will chant the Musaf. A
luncheon will follow serv-
United Synagogue Youth
services are canceled be-
cause of the Center Area

Nitzanim will meet 1
p.m. Dec. 6 at the
synagogue to make
Hanuka decorations.
Chaverim and Kadima
will have a Shabat
Hanuka celebration Dec.
12. Luncheon will follow

Kadima will play football
1 p.m. Nov. 27 at the
synagogue. On Dec. 5, the
group will participate in a
city-wide dance at Cong.
Beth Achim. Marc Anker-
man will be the disc jockey.
USY will attend the Center
Area Kinnus this weekend.
The group will go to a Piston
basketball game Dec. 5. For
reservations, call Youth Di-
rector Teri Bornstein, 357-
5544. Lisa Soleymani, Eric
Gould and Bonnie Tobin
will attend the fall board
meeting in Ohio Dec. 11 - 13.
The group will have an oneg
Shabat 8 p.m. Dec. 18 in the
home of Bonnie Tobin,
28370 Brooks Ln., South-
JCUSY will have a
STOMP (Start Training
Our Members Program)
Dec. 19 at Chuck E. Cheese,
meeting 8 p.m. at the
For details, call Mrs.

USY Week Celebrated

rabbinical students study-
ing in Israel.

USY is comprised of
30,000 members in 18
regions. Individual chap-
ters plan activities, while
the regional offices plan
camp programs, kin-
nusim and a convention.
International USY hosts
a convention, sponsors
an Israel pilgrimage and
USY on Wheels. Study
programs and Israel pro-
gramming are vital parts
of the USY agenda.

_ Local chapters are in
Ohio th:s weekend at the
Central Area Kinnus.

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