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December 23, 1983 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, December 23, 1983

Are You Thinking About Taking
The ACT Or SAT Test?

Individual instruction is available to improve your ability, review
subject matter and motivate you to learn. For more information
regarding this exciting program call
398-0116 after 4 P.M.

Will also tutor in all academic subjects.
Specializing in remedial reading and math.

HIT

Youth News

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
Bnei
GREENFIELD

Akiva youth groups will
meet at 3:40 p.m. Saturday
in the synagogue.
Girls in nursery through

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sixth grade will meet, while
boys in nursery through
fourth
grade gather.


BBYO

Activities

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Michigan Bnai Brith
Youth Organization will
hold its annual regional
convention Sunday through
Thursday at the main
Jewish Community Center.
The theme of the convention
is "Fulfilling the Cove-
nant," and this will be
explored through five
theme days focused on un-
ity, fraternalism, Jewish
identity, Israel and
achievement.
On Tuesday, workshop
electives will focus on Israel
and will feature: Esther Tal,
Israel Aliya Center, speak-
ing on "Travel and Study
Opportunities in Israel";
Maureen Broder,- "Living on
a Kibutz in Israel"; Berl
Falbaum, director of com-
munications, Perry Drugs,
"The Media and Israel";
Harriet Berg, director of
Young. Dancers, Jewish
Community Center, teach-
ing Israeli dancing; and Ar-
nold Michlin, past
president, Bnai 'Brith Met
ropolitan Detroit Council,
"Bnai Brith and Israel: How
We Relate."
On Wednesday, workshop
electives will focus on
Jewish identity and will in-
clude: Rabbi Stanley
Rosenbaum of Cong. Bnai
Moshe and Dan Fields, in-
ternational AZA president,
speaking on "Is the
Synagogue Valid to Today's
Jewish Teens"; Nancy
Frumkin, community con-
sultant, ADL, "Anti-
Semitism"; Aaron
Bergman, "The Holocaust";
David Hoptman, Jewish
Family Service, "The Social
Implications of Interdating
and Intermarriage"; and
Cantor Samuel Greenbaum
of Cong. Beth Shalom,
"Jewish Rituals and Their
Meaning."

Syrian Threats

BEIRUT (ZINS) — Sy-
rian Defense Minister Gen.
Mustafa Tlas told the mag-
azine Al-Kifah Al-Arabi re-
cently that if the U.S. at-
tacks Syria, the Syrians will
respond with suicide mis-
sions against the Sixth
Fleet.
He said that if Israel at-
tacks Damascus, Syrian
\ missiles will level Tel Aviv.
"We have missiles that can
strike anywhere in Israel
and every stone in the
Negev," Tlas said, including
. "Israeli nuclear installa-
tions."

In 1951, the average
Jewish family in Israel had
4.7 children. Today, the fig-
ure is 2.8.

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your organization.
club or private party

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Stage Shows
Close up magic

Audience
Participation
Mel Eisenberg
547-2464

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all sales final

sorry, no charges

KNIT SHOPS

9 Mile & Coolidge

Maple & Orchard Lake, Weit Bloomfield

Oak Park

Farmer Jack Center

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CLEARANCE!

In addition, delegates
will participate in var-
ious national • and
regional chapter compe-
titions;, including ath-
letics, forensics, creativ-
ity and baking. The con-
tests- will be highlighted
by the annual BBYO Ta-
lent Show which will take
place Tuesday.

The program will also
feature a mixer on Sunday,
with music provided by De-
signs in Music, and a dressy
dance. Wednesday night,
with music provided by
Chris O'Brien Productions.
Over 500 AZA and BBG
members are expected to
attend the convention from
chapters throughout the
Detroit metropolitan area
as well as from Grand
Rapids and Windsor, Ont.
Overall coordinators for the
program are Jeff Cymerint
of Rose AZA and Andrea
Jaron of Brice BBG.

SAVE

ENTRIEON STOCK!

WINTER & HOLIDAY

CHILDREN'S FASHIONS

BEST SALE OF THE YEAR

including Sweaters . . . Polos .. .
Slacks . . . Suits . . . Blouses .. .
Dresses . . . Jackets . . . Coats .. .
Snow Suits . . . and more!

The Lebanese mountains
are famous in the Bible for
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