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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JNF Women Plan 53rd Donor

Youth News

ADAT SHALOM'S
youth and education de-
partment sponsors Shabat
services for youth 10 a.m.
Saturdays.
Shoresh will have an oneg
Shabat 8 p.m. Dec. 3 in the
home of Marty Kaye, 5644
Apple Ridge Tr., West
Bloomfield. For directions,
call Marty, 851-7010.
The group will go bowling
at West Bloomfield Lanes
Dec. 5, meeting at the
synagogue at 2 p.m. Reser-
vation deadline is Wednes-
day. Children should be
picked up from the bowling
alley. For reservations, call
the youth office, 851-5100.
Migdal Tzion will go to
the Federation Apart-
ments for their monthly
social action project at 2
p.m. Dec. 5. Members
should meet at the
apartments. For details,
call Audrey Lawson,
354-0745.
Registration forms for in-
ternational pre-convention
are available in the youth
office.
For information on Adat
Shalom youth activities,
call Cantor Earl Berris at
the synagogue, 851-5100.
** *
BETH ACHIM'S Lahav
United Synagogue Youth
will send Stuart Sherman
and Mike Weinraub as
representatives to the USY
fall boards this weekend in
Canton, Ohio.
Pre-convention forms are
available in the synagogue
office. The convention will
run Dec. 22-25.
Plans are under way for
the first annual in-
synagogue retreat to be held
Jan. 28-30.
All youth Hanuka parties
will be held 1:30 p.m. Dec.
12 in the youth lounge.
Youngsters interested in
participating in Shabat
Hanoar (Youth Shabat)
should call Mark Hubert at
355-0626.
Youth services for Shabat
are held 10 a.m. each Satur-
day.
** *
BETH
SHALOM
Yachad-Yeladim will take

reservations
through
Thursday for its Hanuka
celebration to be held noon
Dec. 5 in the synagogue.
Children will be met at
Avery School and walked
across, the street to the
synagogue where lunch will
be provided. A magic show
by "Magical Matt" Jacobson
will highlight the after-
noon.
There is a charge. For
reservations and informa-
tion, call Heidi Press, ad-
viser, 352-6858, evenings
between 6 and 10 only.
The Talit and Tefilin
Club will not meet Sunday,
but will resume 9 a.m. Dec.
5. Services and breakfast
will be followed by a pro-
gram, "Year of the Tigers,
1968." For information, call
Chuck Pearlstein, 352-0482
or 352-0483.
** *
BNAI DAVID youth and
education department con-
ducts services every Satur-
day at 10 a.m. Youth age
4-14 are welcome.
This Saturday there will
be a special Shabat lunch-
eon for youth in grades six,
seven and eight. Rabbi
Morton Yolkut will speak
on "Hanuka Is Not a Jewish
Christmas." For required
reservations, call Burt
Garber, 557-8325.
The Sunday Morning
Breakfast Club meets to
daven every Sunday at 9
a.m. The service is followed
by a continental breakfast
and a bowling special.
Atid, the senior-high
group, will see the Detroit
Pistons Dec. 4. For informa-
tion, call Gary Herman, so-
cial chairman, 557-4487.

* * *

HASHACHAR
will
celebrate the Bar Mitzva
Year of its Camp Young
Judea in summer.
In preparation for the cel-
ebration, Bini Silver, camp
director will present a slide
program about the camp
7:30 p.m. Dec. 5 at the main
Jewish Community Center.
He will show slides of last
summer's camping program
and talk about the forth-

Technion Fete Honors Maas

coming celebration.
Past campers and coun-
selors will be on hand to
share their experiences. In-

terested youth and their
parents are invited. For in-
formation, call Donna
Rosenblatt, 661-1038.

BBYO Activities )

The next meeting of the
Great Lakes BBG Council
will take place 7 p.m.
Thursday in the Dubin
Meeting Room of the Bnai
Brith Building. Updated in-
formation on regional con-
vention will be presented by
BBG coordinator Bonnie
Borkin. The Council fund
raising and the BBG Vol-
leyball League will be dis-
cussed.
The Great Lakes AZA
Council will meet 7 p.m.
Dec. 6 in the Dubin Meeting
Room. The AZA regional
update will be presented by
coordinator Brian Binder.
Information will be pre-
sented on the AZA Basket-
ball League and the Council
fund raising.
Committee chairmen
have been selected for the
annual MiChigan Region
convention, which will take
place Dec. 26-30 at the main
Jewish Community Center.
Chairmen are: alter-
nate programs, Silvia
Kieer, Dalyah BBG; bake,
Dan Plotnick, Ruach
AZA, and Amy
Guggenheim, Brice BBG;
dance, Marla Peiss,
Shoshanna BBG; film
and photography, Alan
Blatnikoff, Rose AZA;
athletics, Harold Silver-
man, Samson AZA;
forensics, Ken Silver-
man, Samson AZA, and
Julie Callton, Shalom
Aviv BBG; t-shirt and
newspaper, Gail Zemmol,
Shira BBG; opening pro-
gram, Mark Levin, Akiba
AZA; mixer, Larry Shul-
man, Posen AZA; judges,
Sheri Benkoff,
Shoshanna BBG; Origi-
nality Plus, Barry De-
mak, Samson AZA; theme
programs, Francie Lopa-
tin, Rishonah BBG; song

and cheer, Nicki Traute,
Brice BBG; talent show,
Jill Garvin, Brice BBG;
transportation, Neal
Zipser, Benny AZA; hous-
ing, Julie Weil, Savage
BBG, and Kevin Wolf,
Kishon AZA; registra-
tion, Jackie Raznik,
Shalom Aviv BBG.
AZA and BBG members
will participate in the 4th
annual Youth Symposium
on the Holocaust, 8:30 a.m.
Dec. 7 at Wayne State Uni-
versity Student Center.
Students will be excused
from school for this pro-
gram. The cost of the pro-
gram is free, but BBYO will
offer transportation from
the BBYO office at 7:45 a.m.
at a nominal charge. For in-
formation, contact Julie
Weil, 352-5080; or Kevin
Wolf, 661-0035.
The next meeting of the
BBYO advisers will take
place 7:30 p.m. Dec. 9 at the
BBYO office. The meeting
will feature an In-Service
Training Seminar on work-
ing with groups.
BBYO announces the ap-
pointment of Gary Goldin as
adviser to Wallenberg AZA.
Positions are still open for
volunteer advisers to chap-
ters in West Bloomfield and
Southfield. To volunteer,
contact Arnie Weiner or
Brian Ackerson, 552-8260.
Auditions will be held for
the BBYO regional conven-
tion talent, show 1 p.m. Dec.
12 in the Dubin Meeting
Room. All chapters wishing
to enter an act in the talent
show must be present at
that time.

NEW YORK — Julius
Berman, president of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Organizations of America
and chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations, will address
the union's 84th national
convention over Thanksgiv-
ing weekend in Vernon Val-
ley, N.J.

WASHINGTON — Avia-
tion Week and Space
Technology Magazine re-
ported that Saudi Arabia is
the largest customer in the
U.S. security assistance
program.
The Saudis have a total of
$39.4 billion in military
sales agreements through
June, including $12 billion
in fiscal 1982.

JNF Women Division Chairmen gathering to
finalize plans for their 53rd annual donor event are,
front row, from left: Sadye Forman, Belle Hordes,
Dorothy iker,
Pot Betty Silverman; middle row, Libbie
Posen, Reba Bloom, Eve Herman, Pearl Nosan, Helen
Rosenfeld; and back row, Sylvia Schneider, Fanny
Rosenblat, Helen Ring, Bea Feigelman, Sari Green-
field.
The 53rd annual donor Fund raising co-chairmen
event of the Women of the are Mrs. Feigelman and
Jewish National Fund will Betty Silverman. For in-
be held noon Dec. 14 at formation, contact the JNF,
Cong. Beth Achim.
557-6644.
The donor will mark the
conclusion of the women's Conservative
project to raise $250,000 Congregation
toward rebuilding Kiryat
JOHANNESBURG
Shmona and will be the oc-
(JTA)
— South Africa's first
casion to pay tribute to
group's division chairmen, Conservative Jewish con-
announced Shirley Kraft, gregation, Har El, has been
established at Sandton, a
president of JNF Women.
The division chairmen suburb of Johannesburg,
are: Selma Lifsitz, Belle with an initial membership
Hordes, Helen Rosenfeld, of 60 families.
The spiritual leader is
Sari Greenfield, Reba
Rabbi
Ben Zion Isaacson, a
Bloom, Dorothy Potiker,
Sadye Foreman, Fannie native of South Africa who
Rosenblat, Sylvia studied for the pulpit in.the
Schneider, Helen Ring, United States.
Jean Klafer, Bea Feigelman Mizrachi Member
and Eve Herman.
Guest speaker will be Drive Begins
Rabbi Isaac Swift, author
NEW YORK — Novem-
and orator, and former ber has been designated of-
vice president of JNF of ficial American Mizrachi
Australia and New Zea- Women Membership
land. Guest artist will be Month. A nationwide mem-
Margelee Greene-Ruby, bership campaign for the
accompanied by organization which main-
Rochelle Barr.
tains a network of 13 educa-
Doris Markel is vice tional and social welfare
president and program projects in -Israel is cur-
chairman of JNF Women. rently under way.

HANUKA

Orthodox Union
to Hear Berman

Largest Buyer
of U.S. Arms

Benard L. Maas, left, receives a plaque of appre-
ciation from Technion student Ehud Saly at the 34th
annual dinner of the Detroit Chapter, American
Technion Society, at Adat Shalom Synagogue. Maas
was the major benefactor of the Michigan Dormitory
which bears his name on the Technion campus.

Friday, November 26, 1982 61

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