THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 25, 1985
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THE JEWISH SOUND: 6:15
a.m. Sunday, WMJC-FM (95) and
11 p.m. Sunday, WNIC-AM
(1310). Rabbi Yitzchak Kagan is
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RELIGION IN THE NEWS:
9:05 a.m. Sunday, CKWW (580),
Rabbi Jonathan V. Plaut is the
TUCKER-GRANT LODGE is
looking for a few more bowlers for
the second half of its season,
which starts Thursday. The lodge
bowls at Strike and Spare Lanes
on Thursays at 8:30 p.m. Call
Dick Lulkin, 356-0440, days, or
553-8227, evenings, for informa-
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The B'nai B'rith Women's
Bowling Association of the East
Central and Land of Lakes
Region, consisting of bowlers from
Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Missouri and Michigan will hold
its annual bowling tournament
Feb. 9-11 at Ark Lanes West.
Headquartered at the Sheraton
Oaks, the tournament also will
include special activities. At 8
p.m. Feb. 9, there will be an Oneg
Shabbat at the Sheraton Oaks.
Hostess city bowlers will present
an original show writtenspecifi-
cally for the tournament.
Elections will be held 10 a.m.
Feb. 10 at the hotel. At 10 p.m.
Feb. 10, a late supper will be
served at the hotel and another
program will be presented:
The installation and awards
banquet will be held at 5 p.m. Feb.
11 at the hotel. Audrey Kozin is
coordinator of the tournament.
LADIES DEPARTMENT OF'
MICHIGAN will have a mah
_ jongg tournament on Feb. 7 at 7
p.m. at the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home, 16990 W. 12
Mile, Southfield. There is a fee.
All proceeds will go to veteran's
benefits, prizes and refreshments,
reports Mrs. Irwin Levy, senior
vice president and fund-raising
chairman. Reservations should be
mailed to Mrs. Levy, 28206 Red
Leaf Ln., Southfield, 48076. For
*details or to arrange tables, call
the JWV office, 559-5680.
LT. ROY F. GREEN AUXIL-
IARY AND POST will have a
joint social meeting at the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial Home on
Thursday at 8 pm. Refreshments
will be served and a special prd-
gram has been planned. A report
will be given at this meeting by
Commander Nate Zeron of the
Green Post and President Ruth
Klein of the Ladies Auxiliary. For
information, call the JWV Memo-
rial Home, 559-5680.
NATIONAL JEWISH TELE-
VISION: 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Cable
personalities visiting Jerusalem.
Channel 26, a program of interest
to the Jewish community. (Pro-
gram time is subject to change
without notice.) .
COFFEE. WITH HY: 8 p.m.
HA-KOL: THE JEWISH
VOICE: 4:30 p.m. Sunday,
YIDDISH IS HEIMISH: 8:30
p.m. Monday, WCAR (1090), an
all-Yiddish program of music,
news, interviews and other fea-
tures with Hy Shenkman.
WDET-FM (101.9), John Harold
reviews architect Albert Kahn's
early years; Robert Oppenheimer
tells Chasidic stories; Elaine
Lebenbom reviews the Bowling
Green Music Festival.
HELLO JERUSALEM: 5 p.m.
Sunday, Cable Channel 43 (SPN),
rare footage of famous American
Monday, WCAR (1090), a pro-
gram of community interest mod-
erated by Hy Shenkman.
CAFE SHALOM: 9 p.m. Mon-
day, WCAR (1090), music, news
and features from Israel plus
_community announcements, with
Bella Greenbaum, Fay Knoll,
Masha Silver and Marilyn Smith.
Resident Services Head
Named at Federation Apts.
Sheyna Wexelberg-Clouser has
recently joined the staff of the
Jewish Federation Apartments as
resident services co-ordinator.
She will work at both the Anna
and Meyer L. Prentis Towers in
Oak Park and the Lillian -and
Samuel Hechtman Federation
Apartments in West Bloomfield.
Her duties include the intake
and orientation of new residents
and she will work with all resi-
dents linking them to community
resources and helping with gen-
eral problem solving.
Ms. Wexelberg-Clouser is a na-
tive of Milwaukee, Wis., where
she received her master's degree
in social work from the University
of Wisconsin, Madison. She lived
in Israel for two years, where she
worked as a family social worker.
Ms. Wexelberg-Clouser worked
in Philadelphia for Jewish Family
Service as a resettlement worker,
was the hospice co-ordinator at
the Philadelphia Geriatric Center
and a technical assistant at Tem-
ple University, Institute on Aging
in the National Channeling Proj-
Prior to working at the Jewish
Federation Apartments, Ms.
Wexelberg-Clouser was a case
management consultant to the
Office of Services to Aging in
Dealing With Anger, Sibling
Rivalry Is Topic Of Parents
"How to Deal with the Problems
of Anger and Sibling Rivalry,"
will be the subject of a parent edu-
cation program, sponsored by
Temple Emanu-El Nursery
School, on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at
Guest speaker will be Dr. Joan
Firestone, whose presentation
will include a lecture and
Dr. Firestone is an associate
professor and director of the child
development program at Mercy
College of Detroit. She holds a
Ph.D. degree in developmental
psychology. In addition, Dr. Fires-
tone developed and continues to
supervise three child care centers
in the metropolitan area.
She is the author of an exten-
sive research project on children's
growth and development in the
first three years of life.
The public is invited. There is
no charge. For information on the
program or nursery school, call
the temple office, 967-4020.
The Southfield Cultural Arts
Division will continue its series of
Kids Koncerts, for children ages
3-10, Feb. 2, 10:30 a.m., at the
Parks and Recreation Building.
The program will feature The
Story Doers acting out English
and Irish stories in native
For information, call the Cul-
tural Arts office, 354-4717.