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Men's Basketball League
Begins; Branch Bash Sunday
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BETH ABRAHAM HILLEL MOSES
• Outstanding kindergarten and early elementary pro-
gram designed to help today's youngsters identify with
the values of their heritage.
• Fully certified, experienced and creative teachers who
have been carefully selected for their classes.
• Full Sunday morning and weekday Hebrew program.
• Individualized Bar and Bat Mitzvah studies, Graduation
• Sunday morning Judaica Seminar for post Bar - Bat
• A variety of youth programs for all age levels.
• Synagogue skills, music, art enrichment, dance, choir,
remedial and tutorial assistance, Junior congregation
weekly .. .
RESERVE YOUR PLACE NOW
Barry V. Levine, Director of Education and Youth
Congregation Shaarey Shomayim
announces that our
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
Will Be Held At Pepper School
Dartmouth at Church (1 blk. s. of 10 Mile) Oak Park
DENNIS M. EISENBERG &
REB. MOTTEL WEISS
will officiate - traditional liturgy
DR. LEO Y.
will deliver the sermon
DENNIS M. EISENBERG
for reservations call the office LI 2-4444 or LI 7-8555
or members of the ticket committee
Samuel Kreisman 399-4893 Julius Cigler 968-3544
Jenoe Roth 541-9139
Michael Weiss 837-1930, 399-5388
Alex Friedman 547-2895
Traditional Hebrew-English Prayer Book Available Free.
Our Daily Services and Classes Throughout The Year Are Held
Every Morning and Evening At 15110 West Ten Mile Rd., Oak
"The Best Music in Town"
Parties, Dances &
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LIGHTS - SOUND
Finalizing plans for Sunday's "Branch Bash" at
the Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center, are, from left: Sally Krugel, Janet
Levine and Marcy Feldman.
The Jewish Community
The afternoon will in-
Center will offer a four on clude carnival games and
four adult men's basketball prizes for children, re-
league Wednesday eve- freshments and a bake sale.
nings beginning Sept. 22. Ron Coden of "Hot Fudge"
The number of games will will entertain, and there
be determined by the will be music, clowns and a
number of teams in the hayride.
league. All games will be 35
Registration will be
minutes or 25 baskets.
taken for classes at the
Rosters are limited to five branch, among them Suzuki
players and interested par- piano and violin, tap dance,
ticipants may sign up as an flag football and Sunday
individual or team by Mon- family sports activities. A
day at the center's physical 10 percent discount will be
education office. There is a offered on classes, except for
fee. For information, con- parent-toddler.
tact the physical education
For details, call the Mor-
department, 661-1000, ext. ris Branch, 967-4030. Janet
Levine and Marcy Feldman
are chairmen of the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch Ac-
Plans have been finalized tivities Committee. Sally
for the Jimmy Prentis Mor- Krugel is program chair-
ris Branch "bash" slated for man.
4 p.m. Sunday at the Jewish
Center's Oak Park facility.
A SYNAGOGUE IS MORE THAN BRICKS—IT IS PEOPLE
CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE
14390 W. 10 Mile Rd., Oak Park, Michigan 48231
— reduced fees for young families, singles,
and senior citizens
—free babysitting during services
— group activities for children and teens
Join Us For Services This Shabbat!
For membership information call:
THERE HAS NEVER BEEN
A BETTER TIME
to Hear Milosz
NEW YORK — Czeslow
Milosz, 1980 Nobel
Laureate for literature, will
be the principal speaker at
awards presentations of the
Janusz Korczak Literary
Competition for the best
books about children, writ-
ten for children and for
The presentations will be
held Sunday at the national
headquarters of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith in New York.
The competition was con-
ducted by ADL in coopera-
tion with 10 Jewish and
Polish organizations as a
memorial to Korczak, a
Polish Jewish physician,
teacher and administrator
of two Warsaw orphanages
who sacrificed his life to re-
main with the children
when the Nazis transported
them to death camps.
According to Hadassah
Rosensaft and Stanislaw
Bask-Mostwin, chairmen of
the competition committee,
the object "is to ensure that
Korczak's nobility, wisdom
and self-sacrifice continue
to serve as an inspiration
and motivation for future
Michigan's oldest Reform temple
has a limited number
of memberships available.
Temple Beth El offers a full
• Beth Elders — Monthly
program of religious and social
programs for those over 60
activities for everyone. Reform
• Michigan's most extensive
Sabbath Services Friday even-
Library of Judaica (Large
ing and Saturday morning.
print books for the sight-
• Mother/Toddler Program
• Nursery School
• Media-Center — Sabbath
• Classes K-8
Services and general
• Bar/Bat Mitzvah if desired
literature on cassettes
available to shut-ins on loan
• High School - YPS Program • Michigan's finest Archive
• Adult Education Classes
Center for Judaic research
• Varied activities sponsored
by the Sisterhood/
Group and Singles
Membership dues ($150.00 - $650.00 based upon age of applicant)
include tickets for the High Holy Days
Senior Rabbi - Dannel I. Schwartz
Executive Director - Marvin S. Watts
Telegraph at 14 Mile, Birmingham, Mich. 48010 (313) 851-1100
If thou take delight in idle
mayest be qualified to com-
bat with the sophists, but
will never know how to live