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September 30, 1983 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-30

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Friday, September 30, 1983 53

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

When Jacob was born, he
held onto the heel (Hebrew
"akev") of his twin brother
Esau. And so he was called
Jacob, which means. "one
that takes by the heel."

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Youth News

ADAT SHALOM youth
department will sponsor a
hayride for its Migdal Tzion
(grades nine-12) on Oct. 8,
meeting at 8 p.m. at the
synagogue. There is a
charge. For information and
reservations, call Ethan Gi-
lan, 855-4296.
Migdal Tzion will have a
pick-up football game 2 p.m.
Oct. 9 at the synagogue. All
are welcome.
Garinim (grades four-
five) will have a sticker-
trading social 2 p.m. Oct. 16
at the synagogue. There is a
charge. For reservations,
call Heidi Wilhelm, 476-
9532.
Shabat services for all
youth are held at 10 a.m.
Saturdays.
For information on Adat
Shalom youth activities,
call director Marc Anker-
man, 851-5100.

* * *

Center Area Kinnus to be
held Nov. 10-13.
Theme for the gathering
is "Combatting Cults
Through Judaism." Two so-
cials also are planned.
There is a fee. Member-
ship dues must be paid to
attend. Members should
make checks payable to
Beth Shalom USY and mail
them to Karen Knoppow,
28669 Lowell Ct. N., South-
field 48076.
* * *
BNAI DAVID holds
youth services 10 a.m.
Saturdays.
Shalom/Story Hour (age
3-7) and Ruach (age 8-11)
will be entertained by Mag-
ical Mel 1:30 p.m. Sunday in
the synagogue. An ice
cream social will follow.
Friends are invited and new
members are welcome. Re-
servation deadline is 11

BETH SHALOM United
Synagogue Youth have set a
deadline of Oct. 9 to return
registration forms for the
The BBYO Kickoff Dance
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••
• will take place 8:30 p.m.
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Saturday at Southfield-
Lathrup High School. The
theme of the dance is "A
Circus of Fun!" Admission
is free for all registered
members of AZA and BBG.
There is a nominal fee for
non-members. Music will be
Conveniently
located
at

provided
by Jim Michaels of
32980
Middle
Belt
at
14
Mile

WAAM radio in Ann Arbor,
• Broadway Plaza, Farmington Hills
and refreshments will be
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served. All Jewish youth
are invited. Coordinators
an thru
for the program are Neal
114:30 pm •
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* *

Zipser of Benny AZA and
s We buy and sell almost new designer clothes and furs..
851 -7022, Nancy Fink of Brice BBG.
' Judy Verona, Eleanor Heyman
BBYO will hold its fall

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a.m. Sunday. For reserva-
tions, call the synagogue,
557-8325.
Masada (age 12-13) and
Atid (age 14-17) will have
an organizational meeting 1
p.m. Sunday in the youth
lounge.
For information, call the
Bnai David youth hotline,
557-8325.
* * *
the
HASHACHAR,
Hadass4h - sponsored
Zionist ybuth movement for
children in grades three-12,
will have a meeting of its
Ofarim (grades three-six)
and Tzofim (grades seven-
eight) groups at 3:30 p.m.
Sunday at the main Jewish
Community Center.
For information, call city
director Leslie Dickstein,
682-1177; the Hashachar of-
fice at the Center, 661-1038;
or Marcia Harris, 355-4320.

BBYO Activities

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Membership Awareness
Conclave (MAC) Oct. 21-23
at Camp Maas in Orton-
ville. The goals of the
weekend are to train new
members, teach members
more about BBYO, promote
regional unity, and to teach
members how BBYO fits
into the larger Jewish
community. The weekend
will feature an oneg Shabat
on prejudice, a program on
learning team skills and
cooperation, spirit sessions,
sports and a dance.
Applications are availa-
ble from chapter presidents
and the BBYO office. Coor-
dinators for the weekend
are Brian Dubrinsky of
Rose AZA and Staci Singer
of Shalom Aviv BBG.

The next meeting of the
Great Lakes AZA Council
will take place 7 p.m. in
the Dubin Meeting Room
of the Bnai Brith Build-
ing. The BBG Council will
meet 7 p.m. Thursday in
the same facility. Each
council will discuss and
vote on its fund raiser for
the year.
BBYO announces the ap-
pointment of the following
new advisers: Laurie
Rotblatt, Golda Meir BBG;
Judy Lang, Sabra BBG-
Sharon Stein, Shalom Aviv
BBG; and Judy Levy,
Yachad BBG, Windsor.
Several openings still re-
main for volunteer advisers
to AZA and BBG chapters.
AZA openings exist in
Southfield, Farmington
Hills and Huntington
Woods, while BBG openings
remain only in Huntington
Woods. Anyone interested
is encouraged to contact
Brian Ackerson for AZA
and Debrah Klein for BBG
at 552-8260.
The Great Lakes BBG
Council announces the
selection of Karen Sklar of
Machar BBG as coordinator
for the forthcoming BBG
Volleyball League. The
league will begin in
January and will be played
each Sunday through April.

Friedmans Cited for Support
of Yiddish Studies Programs

The Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute will honor Mr. and
Mrs. Moshe (Sarah) Fried-
man at an oneg Shabat 8:30
p.m. Oct. 7 at Franklin
Pointe Apts. club house.
The Friedmans have
sponsored and supported
Yiddish studies at several
universities.
Aaron Lansky, founder
and executive director of the
National Yiddish Book
Center in Amherst, Mass.
will present an illustrated
lecture on `The Yiddish Re-
vival: Adventures of a Book
Collector."
Lansky holds a BA de-
gree in modern Jewish
History and an MA de-
gree in East European
and Jewish Studies from
McGill University, and is
a graduate of the Uriel
Weinreich Yiddish Prog-
ram at Columbia Univer-
sity.
For the past year, the

Sholem Aleichem Institute
has collected 3,000 Yiddish
books to ship to the Center
in Amherst.
The public is invited. Re-
freshments will be served. .

JACK
ZIDE

wishes to thank his

wife, children, grandchildren,

relatives & friends for

their good wishes during

his recent surgery and

stay in the hospital.

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