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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-05

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52 Friday, March 5, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth News

0 7:30 Danny Kaplan is student
Synagogue Youth and Tikvah Chapel at 10:30 a.m. have an oneg Shabat
ADAT SHALOM'S pre-Purim set-up party 7:45 Kadima will meet at 1:30 Nitzanim meet in room 10 p.m. March 19 at the council adviser.
Student council members
youth and education de- p.m. Saturday in the
at 10:30 a.m. A babysitting synagogue.
are also engaged in fund-
* * *
partment sponsors Shabat synagogue. All are wel- p.m. Sunday to go to Prentis service is available for chil-
Manor to distribute their
raising activities for the
services at 10 a.m. Satur- come.
UNITED HEBREW event, including a bake
homemade hamantashen dren up to age 3 at 10:30
Application
forms
for
days. The Nitzanim and
SCHOOLS
HIGH
a.m.
in
Morris
Adler
Hall.
sale at Harvard Row mall
Makor meet their respec- regional convention are and shalakh manot pack-
On March 13, children SCHOOL will have its an- on Saturday and cocoa and
Everyone is welcome
tive leaders in the foyer out- available in the youth ages.
and encouraged to wear cos- who are celebrating birth- nual overnight shul-in bagel sales during school
side the sanctuary and are office.
tumes. Drivers are needed, days in March will receive a March 13-14 for students
taken to the nursery for - - BETH * * *SHALOM and there is no charge. For birthday blessing on the and all area teens at the hours. Parents are needed
to help prepare food and to
stories and services.
Yeladim will make Purim information, call Moshe bima from Rabbi Irwin main UHS building. The chaperone the evening. To
Garinim meet in the masks and greggers 12:15 Mouse adviser Marianne Groner.
program will begin at 8:30
volunteer, contact tb -
chapel
Shoresh
and p.m. Sunday in the youth Jelinek, 968-2083; or
JCUSY will have a the- p.m. March 13 and includes - school office, 352-7117.
Migdal and
Tzion
United
lounge. Children should Kadima adviser Betty Els- ater party March 20,, a speaker, dinner and
Synagogue Youth meet in bring a bagged dairy lunch. ter, 398-3284.
when the group will go to breakfast and ice cream so-
the board room. Kidush fol- Hamantashen will be
RABBI DR. LEO
Talit and Tefilin Club the Bonstelle Theater to cial. There will be a dance
lows.
Migdal Tzion will play served. Admission is free, will meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday see "The Importance of and a full-length feature
GOLDMAN
in the chapel for services Being Earnest." There is movie and cartoons.
Expert Mohel
volleyball 6 p.m. Sunday at and The
friends
are
invited.
Yachad group will-- and discussions, followed by a charge, and reserva-
The event is sponsored by
Serving Hospitals ana Homes
the main Jewish Commu- have a pizza party 12:15 breakfast and bowling. All tions are required.
547-8555
the high school student
LI 2-4444
nity Center.
p•m. March 14 in the youth boys and girls between the
council. In charge of plan-
JCUSY
will
have
an
oneg
Application forms for lounge. There will be ages of 13 and 18 are wel-
ning are:- Robbie Chatlin,
the Central Region USY movies and cartoons. There come, and there is a nomi- Shabat for parents and Lori Eisenberg, Patti
convention slated April is an admission charge. . nal weekly charge. Drivers USYers 8 p.m. March 26. Lieberman, Lori Malter, [ Cantor Sidney
23-25 at the Sheraton Reservations are required. are needed. This week the The oneg will be held in the Brian Menczer, Hillary
Southfield Hotel are For reservations and infor- group will hear the first of a youth lounge.
Kadima will have an- Olsen, Debbie Reifler,
Certified Mohel
available by contacting mation, call Heidi Press, two-part presentation on
night
shul-in beginning Randi Ruskin, Caren Stal-
358-1426 or 357-5544
Cantor Earl Berris at the adviser, 424-8833, week- "The Holocaust." For in-
8:30 p.m. Saturday. Break- burg, David Steinger, Ilana
synagogue, 851-5100.
formation, contact adviser fast will be served. There is Stollman, Rhonda Strauss
Shoresh and Migdal days.
* * *
Walter Rosenblum, 352- a charge. The group will and Louis Sugarman.
Cantor SAMUEL
Tzion will see the film,
BNAI DAVID will have 2307.
GREENBAUM
"Ticket to Heaven" Thurs- youth Shabat services 10
Chalutzim and Rishonim
Certified
day, meeting at 6:30 p.m. at - a.m. Saturday. Story Hour will meet 1:30 p.m. Sunday
the synagogue. There is a for boys and girls age 3-7
in the youth lounge to go to
MOHEL
charge. For details, call will meet in the school the Jewish Home for the
Serving Homes & Hospitals
M7-7970
Patti Lieberman, 626-1504; building for Shabat stories,
399-7194
Aged to distribute their
Mrs. Roy Evans (Joan Rus-
March
2

To
Mr.
and
or Bruce Frank, 855-2268. games and kidush.
homemade hamantashen.
* * *
Junior congregation will Everyone is welcome and Mrs. Sheldon Rosenberg sell) of Huntington Woods, a
REV. HERM.
BETH ABRAHAM meet in the chapel for serv- should dress in a costume. (Debbie Shapiro) of South- son, Jason Russell.
* * *
field,
a
son,
Jordan
Scott.
junior
ices
and
kidush.
Boys
and
HILLEL MOSES
Drivers are needed, and
* * *
Jan. 24 — To Mr. and
congregation holds Shabat girls age 8-13 are welcome.
or in-
Talit and Tefilin will there is no charge. Futzim
Certified Mohel
March 1 — To Dr. and Mrs. Fred Leeb (former De-
services 10 a.M. every
Saturday. Youth age 7-15 meet at 9 a.m. Sunday to as- formation call Chal
Mrs. Robert (Lillian) Sala- troiter Lauri Keil) of Los
557- 0888
are invited. For details, call semble the booths for the adviser
Jeff Danto
or mon of Southfield, a daugh- Angeles, Calif., a daughter,
nim adviser
Robin
Jessica Keil.
coordinator Mike Sabes, Purim carnival. Anyone Risho
ter, Julia Irene.
* *
* * *
wishing to help should con- Danto,
356-4788.
355-0891.
RABBI S. ZACHARIASH
There
will be Shabat
.
Junior congregation is tact Youth Director Tobye
Jan.
7

To
former De-
Specialized
Feb.
27

To
Mr.
and
services Saturday at 10
taking reservations for the Bello, 552-0183.
a.m. for youth of all ages, Mrs. Jeffrey Owen Tapper troiters Dr. and Mrs. Steven
MOHEL
Applications are now beginning with the (Debra Levine) of south- Wolf (Radyne Pleasant) of
April 4 Harlem Globetrot-
In Home or Hospital
ters game. There is a available for the Tamarack
Chicago, Ill., a son, Lee
Shabat Nursery Program field, a son, Ryan Scott.
557-9666
charge. For reservations, weekend to be held March which is open to all chil-
** *
Michael.
Ipw
call Jennifer Newman, 12-14. Boys and girls in dren up to age 3. There is
Feb. 22 — To Mr. and
851-2273; or Marla Zabel, grades three-eight are elig- no charge and reserva- Mrs. Jeffrey Low (Andrea
851-7624; or Sabes. ible.
tions are not required. Shapiro), former Detroiters
* * *
* * *
Story Hour is for of Scottsdale, Ariz., a son,
BNAI MOSHE Senior youngsters age 3-6 and Aaron Paul.
BETH ACHIM youth
department will hav'e a "Moshe Mouse" United includes Shabat stories,
* * *
songs and games. Both
Feb. 21 — To Mr. and
groups meet in the school Mrs. Thomas Fixler (Janice
wing.
Onickel) of Oak Park, a
Services for youngsters daughter, Lisa Erin.
** *
During the week of age 7-13 meet with the
The AZA Basketball
March
7-14 BBG chapters junior congregation in the
Feb.
19

To Mr. and
League will meet Sunday at
chapel. USY Services meet-
Oakland Community Col- will distrihute flyers in the board room and wel- Mrs. Stephen M. Wirt (Dena
lege, Orchard Ridge cam- promoting Healthy Baby comes anyone in grades Jaffe) of Bay City, a son,
pus. This week's games will Week co-sponsored by seven-12. Refreshments are Daniel Jordan.
* * *
feature Akiba vs. Benny the March of Dimes and served.
and Goode vs. L'Chaim at Bnai Brith Women.
Feb. 18 —To Dr. and Mrs.
*
*
*
The Great Lakes AZA
12:30 p.m. and Kennedy vs.
SHAAREY ZEDEK'S Arnold M. Podolsky (Lynn
Posen and Samson vs. Jol- Council and the Metropoli-
Schachter) of Huntington
son at 1:30 p.m. Rose AZA tan Detroit Bnai Brith youth department holds Woods, a son, Gabriel Re-
Shabat
services
10
a.m.
Council
will
co-sponsor
an
currently leads Division I
uben.
with a 3-0 record while AZA-Bnai Brith program 9 Saturdays. Junior Congre-
gation
United
Synagogue
a.m.
March
14
at
Hartfield
Samson AZA continues to
Feb. 15— To Dr. and Mrs.
Youth and Kadima meet in
lead Division II also at 3-0. Lanes. The program will the small adult chapel at 10 Steven Lash (Carol Stutz) of
begin
with
breakfast
and
Scoring leaders are Jeff
West Bloomfield, a son,
Mayer and Mark Goldberg will feature a presentation a.m.
Matthew Stutz Lash.
Chaverim
meet
in
the
by
Eli
Zaret,
sportscaster
of L'Chaim AZA with 33
* * *
for
WDIV-TV.
The
program
and 29.5 averages, respec-
Feb. 14 — To former De-
will
conclude
with
bowling.
tively.
Ampal Annual
troiters Mr. and Mrs. Doug-
Yachad BBG of_Windsor Applications - have been
las Batchelder (Karen Wolf)
mailed
to
all
registered
Brunch Set
will hold its annual fashion
13425 Capital Ave.
of Chicago, Ill., a son, Jason
show 7 p.m. Sunday at The members of AZA. For in-
Michael Jaffe, president
Oak Park, Michigan 48237
Other Place in Windsor. formation, contact Marc of Ampal-American Israel Nathaniel. * * *
There is a charge. All AZA Landau, AZA coordinator, Corp., will address Ampal's
Phone: 548-2890...for appf.
Feb. 14—To Dr. and Mrs.
and BBG members are in- 642-9689.
Invitation for Tuesdays
annual
brunch
meeting
at
The Great Lakes BBG
Norman Michael Kline
vited.
the Michigan Inn April 4 at (Barbara Lynn Margolis) of
Starts March 16
Council
has
selected
Cheryl
BBYO chapters will par-
5:30
p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
11 a.m.
Slutzky
of
Shoshanna
BBG
Detroit, a. son, Bradley
ticipate in the BBYO shul-
The hosts for the meeting Aaron.
as
BBG
coordinator
for
the
in for Purim Monday. Each
Women's Day
are Morris Lieberman,
** *
AZA and BBG chapter will forthcoming Elections Abram Medow, Alex
Training
Conclave,
May
Feb. 13 — To Mr. and
go as a group to the
$10 per visit
Blumenberg and Emma
Mrs. Allen Kessler (Phyllis
synagogue or temple of 14-16 at Camp Tamarack. Schaver.
The
program
will
feature
SAUNA • MASSAGE - WHIRLPOOL '
their choice and participate
For reservations to the LewkowiZz) of Troy, a
in services. Coordinators leadership training for complimentary brunch, call daughter, Lindsey Sarah.
TANNING
ROOM - DINING ROOM BUFFET
* * *
are AZA and BBG Council newly elected chapter offi- Lieberman, 358-0760; or
cers
as
well
as
Council
elec-
Vice Presidents Marc
Feb. 10 — To Mr. and
Histadrut, 967-4720.
tions.
Landau and Andrea Berk.

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