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April 02, 1982 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, April 2, 1982

Youth News

RENT-A-FRIEND

ADAT SHALOM Mig-
dal Tzion United
Synagogue Youth will hold
its Prince and Princess
MTUSY' at a social 8 p.m.
Saturday in the home of
Bruce Frank, 6947 Merry
Brook, West Bloomfield.
Ballots for nominations are
due at the door.
The youth and education
department will sponsor its
second semi-annual youth
main sanctuary service

Need someone to just listen? Want a presentable
friend for lunch? Too busy to take your mother-in-
law shopping, visit friends in the hospital?

RENT-A-FRIEND

a cheerful and sincere person who will listen, talk
or shop!

Call Lillian
646-2567

March 29th, 1982

TO THE DETROIT AREA JEWISH COMMUNITY

The following kosher meat dealers wish to advise the Jewish community that
they no longer are affiliated with the Council of Orthodox Rabbis of Greater
Detroit.

We will continue to serve yob with the finest kosher meats and services as in
the past. We have available for your inspection certificates of rabbinical
slaughtering.

FRANKLIN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY

32930 Middlebelt Rd., Farmington Hills
855-1020 Ben Smith, Don Barder

. SINGERS KOSHER MEAT MARKET



13721 W: Nine Mile, Oak Park
LI 7-8111 Philip Swarin

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

21780 W. 11 Mile, Southfield
356-5110 John Katz

COHEN & SON KOSHER MEAT MARKET

26035 Coolidge. Oak Park
LI 7-4121 Jack Cohen

NEW ORLEANS KOSHER MEATS
and LOUIS COHEN & SON

Allan Cohen & Michael Cohen
15600 W. 10 Mile Rd. 569-1323
New Orleans Mall, Southfield

While quantities last and we also reserve right to limit quantities.

The Closeness of being together

in thankful celebration.
The peace, the warmth
of. sharing.
,
The grace of the Seder table.

This is the happiness

Chatham wishes you and your family!

A HAPPY PASSOVER

QQAQQ AQ

April 10. Following services
there will be a luncheon
sponsored by the Ronnie
Posen Youth Fund. For
reservations by Monday,
contact the youth office,
851-5100.
Migdal Tzion will go to
the Federation Apartments
April 11 to help the resi-
dents do odd jobs. To volun-
teer, call Libby Alpern,
626-7667.
Nitzanim and Makor
meet their respective
leaders at 10 a.m. Satur-
day outside the
sanctuary to go to the
nursery for stories and
services.
Garinim meet at 10 a.m.
for services in the chapel
while Shoresh and Migdal
Tzion USY join for services
in the board room. A special
kidush follows.
* * *
BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES Youth
Department will sponsor a
"traveling Seder" Sunday,
meeting in the synagogue at
12:30 p.m.
The youth lounge will be
open for a hot dog dinner
and games at 6:15 p.m.
Tuesday.
Junior congregation will
see, the Harlem Globetrot-
ters Sunday, meeting at
noon at the synagogue.
Children should bring a
bagged dairy lunch.
Junior congregation
holds Shabat services 10
a.m. Saturdays.
* * *
BETH ACHIM Lahav
United Synagogue Youth -
who want to attend regional
convention should pick up
an application form in the
youth office.
- Delegates to -the conven-
tion are: Mark Hubert,
Stuart'Sherman, Amy Can-
tor and Michael Weinraub.
Alternates are Beth Phil-
lips and Gail Greenspon.
Kochavim and Bnai
Mazal will go to Prentis
Manor Sunday, meeting at
1 p.m. at the synagogue.
Drivers are needed. For de-
tails, call Bonnie Kolnierz,
545-2650; or Robin Fried-
man, 642-8041.
Shabat services are held
10 a.m. Saturdays for youth
of all ages.
* * *
SHALOM
BETH
Yeladim and Yachad-junior
congregation still have tic-
kets available for the April
25 trip to see the Southfield
Ice Co. show. The children
will meet at 12:15 p.m. at
Beth Shalom and they must
bring a bagged dairy lunch.
There is a charge. For de-
tails, call Heidi Press, ad-
viser; 424-8833, weekdays.
* * *
BNAI DAVID youth will
meet for Shabat services at
10 a.m. Saturday. Story
Hour will meet in the school
building to hear Passover
stories, play games and
have kidush. Everyone is
welcome.
Junior congregation will
conduct their own services
in the chapel. Children who
would like to have a part in
the service should call ad-
viser Ruth Moss, 356-8412.

Chalutzim adviser Jeff
Danto, 356-4788.
Talit and Tefilin Club
will meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday
in the chapel for services
and discussions, followed by
breakfast and bowling. This
week Denise Goldman from
the Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice will discuss "Career
Planning." Everyone be-
tween the ages of 13 and 18
are welcome. There is a
nominal weekly charge and
the group goes bowling at
Hartfield Lanes. For infor
mation, call Rosenblum.
Youth services for
ages will meet at 10 a.m.
Saturday, beginning with
the
Shabat nursery pro-
* * *
gram. The group is open for
BNAI MOSHE Senior anyone up to age 3, reserva-
"Moshe Mouse" United tions are not required and
Synagogue Youth, Kadima, there is no charge. Story
Talit and Tefilin Club, and 'Hour welcomes anyone be-
Chalutzim will go to see the tween the ages of 3 and 6
Harlem Globetrotters Sun- and has Shabat stories,
day, meeting in the board songs and games. Both
room at 12:30 p.m. There is groups meet in the school
a group rate charge, and wing.
everyone .should bring a
Youth between the ages
bagged dairy lunch. For re- of 7 and 13 meet with the
quired advance reserva- junior congregation in the
tions, call Moshe Mouse ad- chapel for services and dis-
viser Marianne Jelinek, cussions. USY Services wel-
968-2083; Kadima adviser comes anyone in grades
Betty Elster, 398-3284; T seven-12 and are held in the
and T adviser Walter board room. Refreshments
Rosenblum, 352-2307; or are served.

A special kidush of bagels,
cream cheese and juice will
follow.
Ruach and Haor will meet
1 p.m. Sunday in the youth
lounge.. They will make
Passover cards and go to
Borman Hall to distribute
them and sing Passover
songs. An ice cream social
will follow. For details, call
Youth Director Tobye Bello,
552-0183. .
Talit and Tefilin will
meet 9 a.m. Sunday for serv-
ices, breakfast and bowling.
Everyone is welcome. There
is a nominal charge. For in-_
formation, call Zolman
Rube, 968-2654.

BBYO Activities

The AZA Basketball
League continues play this
Sunday at Oakland Com-
munity College. This week's
games will feature Benny
vs. Herzl and Ruach vs.
Rose at 12:30 p.m. and
Akiba vs. L'Chaim and
Kennedy vs. Jolson at 1:30
p.m. Rose AZA continues to
lead Division I with a 4-0
record while Division II
shows a three-way tie for
first place between Samson,
Hart and Beber AZAs, all
with 4-1 records. League
scoring leaders are Dave
Winkler, Posen AZA, with a
22 average and- Mark
Goldberg, L'Chaim AZA,
with a 21.6 average.
The next meeting of the
Great Lakes AZA Council
will be held at 7 p.m. Mon-
day in the Dubin Meeting
Room at the Bnai Brith
Building. Council President
Kevin Gersten will present
his recommendations for
the next programming year.
Declarations and nomina-
tions will also be held for
council positions. Elections
will take place May 14-16 at
the Elections Training Con-
clave at Camp Maas.
Elections were recently
completed for the newest
BBYO chapter, Aviva BBG,
of Birmingham-Bloomfield
Hills. President is Marilyn
Schwartz. Other officers
are: Sandy Hauser, and
Stefanie Stern, vice
presidents; Julie Gitlin,
treasurer; Felicia Rubens-
tein, recording secretary;
Lauren Shapiro, corre-
sponding secretary; and
Jeri Kane, reporter. Ad-
viser to the new chapter is
Audrey Barris. Member-
ship to the new

Birmingham-Bloomfield
Hills chapter is still open.
Those interested should -
contact the BBYO office,
552-8260.
Openings will exist for
the BBYO Israel Summer
Institute, a six-week
study tour of the state of
Israel. Two departure
dates have been set for
the eight individual
BBYO tour groups —
June 25 and June 27. The
groups will return Aug. 6
or Aug. 8. The trip is pre-
ceded by a two-day orien-
tation at the Bnai Brith
Perlman Camp in Star-
light, Pa. Applications
are available at the
BBYO office. All mem-
bers of AZA and BBG are
eligible to attend. Appli-
cations are also available
for BBYO Summer Lead-
ership Programs.
The four-week Judaism
Kalla 'and three-week In-
ternational Leadership
Training Conference will be
held at the Bnai Brtih
Perlman Camp beginning
June 29 and July 26, respec-
tively. The two-week Chap-
ter Leadership Trainir
Conference and 10-d(
Shirkada (Israeli Song and
Dance) programs will take
place at the Bnai Brith
Beber Camp in Muk-
wanogo, Wis., beginning
July 21 and Aug. 5, respec-
tively. Scholarships are
available for all BBYO
summer programs.

There are more miscon-
ceptions in circulation
about the Jews than about
any other people.
—Theodor Herzl

,—)

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