Temple Israel Honors Its Winners
of Ner Tamid Awards, 2 Eagle Scouts
Beth Shalom USY Springs Plan
for Its Third Annual Carnival
The United Synagogue Youth United Synagogue Youth's Build-
Chapter of Cong. Beth- Shalom in- ing Spiritual Bridges fund. For in-
vites the youth of-the community formation, call David Zimmerman,
to its third annual Spring Carnival LI 3-4060.
11--a.m: to 3 p.m. Sunday at the
_ Activities will include a magic
show and a midway of carnival
games and concessions. Refresh-
ments will be available, and a spe-
Beth Aaron Chapter, United
cial_ prize will be given away. An ;
added attraction this year will Synagogue Youth, will conduct the
sponge-throw, in , whic h I entire Sabbath morning service
I Saturday in the main sanctuary
adults will participate.
This annual event is being; for the second time this year.
in the USY service will
planned under the leadership of
b Richard Minkin, Gary Docks,
co-:chairmen David -Zimmermane
and. Marsha Israel of the senior Marc Friedman and Michael Lu-
yauth activities and the central betsky, hazzanim; Richard Min-
kin, David Kaplan, Allan Pinter,
Douglas Reisman, Jeffrey Shapiro,
Ronald Halem, Abraham Holtz and
Daniel Noveck, Torah readers;
Daniel Guyer, maftir; Aaron Fox
Four girls of the Beth Jacob and Daniel Panush, sermonettes.
School edged out a panel from Others participating will include
Mumford on WWJ-TV's "Quiz 'Em" Joanne Elk,- Linda Bell, Billy Lynn,
show last Sunday. Kriendy Grub- Roberta Wainer and Susan Levine.
ner, Anna Sauerhaft, Elizabeth
A national USY Award, won re-
Schonfeld, Shifra Stollman and cently at the national convention
alternate Esther Kahana repre- in Washington, will be presented
sented Beth Jacob. Mumford's par- by Blame Lynn, president of the
ticipants were Marcia Stamen, Har- USY,to Joseph Sulkes, president of
vey Deutch, Ken Knoppow and Ed- the congregation.
ward Zuckerman, and alternate
This service has been prepared
under the auspices of the synago-
Coached by Mrs. Susan Levitin, gue's youth commission, of which
Beth Jacob took an early lead in Paul Masserman is chairman.
the competition quiz, which is Norman Levin is director of the
based on news events of the pre- USY and Jay Masserman, director
vious week. The Mumford team, of the youth congregation.
coached by Aaron Gornbein, came
back strong in the second half, More Youth News—Page 29
but when time ran out, the final
score stood: Beth Jacob 450 —
As winner, Beth Jacob's prize
was a filmstrip projector. Mum-
ford won a record player. All
A. Arnold Agree, president of
of the contestants received "Forty the Fresh Air Society, announced
Documents of the American Free- that applications are now available
dom Train," a packet of facsimiles for its summer camping program.
of historical documents.
Fresh Air Society operates Camp
group, and Abby Waxenberg and Tamarack at Brighton for 8- to 10-
Robert Leider of the junior group. year-old children and Camp Tama-.
Proceeds from the carnival will rack at Ortonville for children 11-
be used to support synagogue 16. The program becomes increas-
ingly challenging as the camper
progresses from year to year.
Nature, camperaft, canoe trips,
aquatics, arts and crafts and other
activities are emphasized.
A particular goal of the Fresh
Air Society is to help the child feel
comfortable with his Jewishness,
whatever he decides it to be for
himself. Small camper groups and
skilled staff develop the program
k•-• 7 FULL AND
The pioneer program has de-
k.• FOR JEWISH
veloped to meet the needs of
teen-age campers. They live and
✓ AGES 15 to 18
plan in separate villages in
which the emphasis is on out-
✓ 3-DAY EURO-
door living,, extended canoe trips
and cultural excursions and ac-
In Israel, ITT
tivities. Selected teens will par-
ticipate in the Teen Trip
Program, one to New England
• Visits to Biblical landmarks
and holy places
States and Washington, D.C.,
• Meetings with government of-
and the other west to Yellow-
ficials and lectures on Israeli
• Gatherings with Israeli youth
Camp Kennedy, located near
• Trips through the length and
breadth of the land.
Munising, in the upper peninsula,
• Work period with kibbutz pio-
provides camping experiences for
15- and 16-year-old boys. The pro-
Shabbat and Kashrut Observed
USY to Take Over
Beth Aaron Service
Beth Jacob Girls
Quiz Em Victors
American Zionist Youth
In cooperation with the American
Zionist Youth Foundation, Inc., and
the Jewish Agency (Jerusalem) The
American Zionist Youth Commission
(JOINT AGENCY OF HADASSAH
AND THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
OF AMERICA) is an acknowledged
leader in Jewish education and
camping, and has conducted annual
summer courses in Israel since 1951.
Experienced and responsible Ameri-
can and Israeli leaders supervise
and guide the group ensuring expert
direction and care.
For brochure & further information
write or call Mrs. C. Stone
ISRAEL - TOUR
AMERICAN ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION
116 W. 14tli St. • New York 11, N. Y.
A combined toboggan, ski and
sled party sponsored by Hillel Day
School for children, parents and
friends will be held at the Dryden
Ski Club 10 a.m. Sunday. The
group will meet at the school at. 9
a.m. before going to the ski club.
6th Successful Season
Temple Israel this week paid honor to a group of Ner Tamid
award winners and to two members of its Scout Troop No. 146 who
won distinction by receiving the Eagle Scout designations. The two
Eagle Scout award winners are Marshall D. Mermell, who received
the Eagle Scout medal for 1965 and who was the Temple Israel Scout
of the Year medal winner for 1964, and Gary Cummis, recipient of
the Eagle Scout medal for 1965, winner of the 1964 Ner Tamid medal
in 1964 and a Wilderness Trail silver medal honoree. Marshall Mer-
mell, who is the son of Melvin W. Mermell, scoutmaster of the Temple
Israel Scout Troop, also won a Ner Tamid award in 1964, was a Ner
Tamid instructor in 1965 and received the Wilderness Trail silver
medal. The Ner Tamid medal winners for this year shown with
their scoutmasters are (from left) Saul Auslander, assistant scout-
master, Joel Mutnick, Alan Mutnick, Mark Factor, Neil Goldman,
Larry Auslander, Melvin W. Mermen, scoutmaster, Marshall Mermell,
Ner Tamid counselor.
for BOYS & GIRLS,
AGES 14 to 17
Chavarim Bnai Brith Young
Women will present "ISF A' Go
Go," 8 p.m. Saturday at the Labor
Musical entertainment will be
provided by "The Minor Keys,"
and there will be refreshments.
ISF, the International Service
Fund is a charity covering many
areas of Bnai Brith interest.
Tickets may be purchased at the THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
door. For information, call Presi- 30—Friday, February 18, 1966
dent Karen Heller, KE 2-0422, or
ISF Chairman Elaine Sadoff, 835-
Detailed information and appli-
cations are available by writing to
Fresh Air Society, 18100 Meyers,
or by phoning DI 1-5666.
Siddurim to Be Presented
to Aleph Bet Students
Aleph Bet students attending
Adas Shalom and Southfield
branches of the United Hebrew
Schools will be the recipients of
siddurim at a special ceremony
11:30 a.m. Sunday in the audi-
torium of Adas Shalom Synago-
Rabbi Jacob Segal will present
the siddurim to these students who
have completed their first reader
and are ready to begin the study
of the prayer book.
A member of the junior con-
gregation will extend greetings to
Sholom JWV to Give
his fellow-students, who are now
eligible to attend Shabbat services.
The Parent-Teachers Organization
Shalom Post and Auxiliary, Jew-
will distribute gifts.
ish War Veterans, are offering a
$250 scholarship to the son or
daughter of a member of Jewish Cagers Here to Compete
for MAAU Championship
The award will be given on the
The state basketball champion-
basis of need, and the scholastic ship games of the Michigan Ama-
aptitude of the qualifying candi- teur Athletic Union will be held
date. High school graduates and this weekend, with games 7:30 and
pupils who will graduate this June 9 p.m. today at Franklin High
are invited to apply.
School, Livonia, and 1, 2:30 and 8
A letter of application, recom- p.m. Saturday at Clarenceville
mendations and a sealed official High, also in Livonia.
transcript from the school should
Finals winners will compete for
be sent no later than April 30 to the U.S. finals in Denver, in con-
Shalom Scholarship Committee, junction with the Olympics. There
Labor Zionist Institute, 19161 is no admission charge to the
For full particulars
SUMMER CAMP in ISRAEL
19161 Schaefer Hwy.
Exciting 8 Week
IS R AEL EU R OPE
• 18 days of fruit-picking & Whet'
work in Kibbutzim or Moshaviro
• 10 day "Go Native" sightseeing
tour throughout Israel
I. 7 days of rest and recreation
• 3 day orientation seminar
• 14 day tour of Italy,
France or 14 day
tour of Denmark,
Sweden & Norway
gram emphasis is on conservation,
projects, and extended trips to the
great national forests, parks, Mac-
kinac Island and Isle Royal.
For the third year, the Fresh Air
Society and United Hebrew Schools
will operate a Hebrew-speaking
village, Kfar-Ivri, a camp for 24
selected youngsters. Hebrew classes
and informal study groups will be
conducted during the morning,
with afternoon and evenings de-
voted to activities of the regular
camp program. Counselors with
Hebrew-speaking proficiencies con-
duct this program.
• Camping, working with IsroIII boys
& girls in EFAR HAYAROK
• Field trips—hikes throughout Israel
• Classes in conversational Hebrew
• land & wafer sports, arts I crafts
• American and Israeli counselors
• Nutritious & strictly J uly - Au g . 1966
ISF A'Go Go
Fresh Air Society Readies Season
of Camp for Children, Teens, 'Pioneers'
Hillel Slates Snow Party
For further Information
and reservations contact:
19161 Schaefer Hwy.
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