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Youth News

Britain Invaded by Israel Sports Team

By JESS SILVER

(Copyright 1968, JTA, Inc.)

Arthur Abraham Gold has been
appointed leader of the British
track and fiel _d team for the
Mexico Olympics. Secretary of the
British Amateur Athletic Board
since 1965, Gold, 51, is a former
high jumper who has coached the
field event for many years.
Britain was invaded this sum-
mer by a number of Israeli sports
teams. They included the track
and field, yachting and national
youth tennis teams. The track and
field squad of six men and five
women was led by manager and
coach Abraham Green and nation-
al coach David Kushnir. Israeli
records were set by Mrs. Hannah
Shizifi in the 8000-meter run,
2:08.5, and by Ural Visnizer with a
4:09.6 clocking in the mile. Mrs,
Shizifi was a gold medalist at the
1966 Asian Games.
During a recent visit to Israel,
Pierre Gildesgame, chairman of
the International Maccabia
Games Committee and the Mac-

World Zionist Congress
Topic of ZOD Talk

Louis Panush, president of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit, in-
vites the community to a meeting
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Zionist
Cultural Center.
Albert Best, program chairman.
said that Philip Slomovitz, edi-
tor and publisher of The Jewish
News, will report on the 27th
World Zionist Congress, which he
attended recently as a delegate
representing the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.
Slomovitz is a past president
of the ZOD and is a member of
the national executive committee
of the ZOA.
Delegates attending the 71st na-
tional convention of the Zionist
Organization of America in Wash-
ington, D.C., will report.
Refreshments will be served.
There is no charge. For further in-
formation, call the ZOD office,
353-3636.

Season to Get Going
for Oak-Woods Youth

cabi World Union, announced
that a record 1,87,* Jewish ath-
letes froin more than 30 nations
would compete in the Eighth
World Maccabia Games in Is-
rael, July 28-Aug. 6, 1969. West
Germany, Spain, Greece and a
number of Latin American na-
tions are expected to participate
in the games for the first time.
Samuel Hatoff, 43, a native of
New York City, has been named
executive director of the United
States Committee, Sports for Is-
rael. Hatoff has represented the
Joint Defense Appeal, the United
Jewish Appeal and other philan-
thropic causes. He served as east-
ern regional director of the City
of Hope for more than 10 years
and then became a management
and public relations executive for
private industry.
Poland's Irena Kirszenstein-Sze-
winska established a new national
long jump record with a leap of
21 feet 101/2 inches in Warsaw. She
held the old mark.
Morocco's youth and sports
ministry announced that they
would not participate in t h e
Olympic soccer championships
in Mexico City because of a
scheduled meeting with Israel
Oct. 13.
Willy Meisl, 72, one of Europe's
most famous sportswriters, died in
Lugano, Switzerland, in June. An
athlete in his youth, Meisi played
on Austrian national soccer teams
and was a national swimming and
water polo champion.

Youth Services Start
at Adas Shalom Soon

Adas Shalom Synagogue will re-
sume Sabbath youth services Sat-
urday. Junior Congregation Serv-
ices will begin 10 a.m. in the board
room for pre-Bar Mitzva youth,
ages 101/2-13, under the supervision
of Norman Levin.
The Young People's Congrega-
tion, post-Bar Mitzva a n d high
school age youth, will hold services
9:30 a.m. in the synagogue chapel
with Barry S. Bank, director of
youth education, supervising.
Services will continue on t h e
same schedule each S h a b a t h
throughout the year, and are open
to all youth. The synagogue also is
sponsoring Selihot Services 10:30
p.m., Saturday, for members of
the Young People's Congregation
as well as High Holy Day services
for all age groups
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Adas Shalom youth members
will meet 11:30 a.m. Sunday at the
synagogue to collect funds for the
fight against leukemia and other
chronic diseases. Those participat-
ing in this campaign will be
treated to a professional show at
a later date.

Youth activities at Young Israel
of Oak-Woods will begin Saturday.
The junior congregation for
youngsters age 7 12, under the sup-
ervision of Irwin Weisberg, will
meet in the chapel at 10:15 a.m.
The pre-school story hour will be
held by Bonnie Engel 10:15 a.m.
in Room 208.
Young Israel Intermediates, age
13 and 14 will meet in the youth
lounge for an oneg Shabat at 3
p.m. The teen group, age 15-18
also will meet in the youth lounge,
starting at 4:15 p.m. Weisberg will
serve as adviser to both groups.
Special Registration Day
A Mishna study group for boys
age 11-13 will be led by Ezra Ro- for WSU Students who
berg, starting at 6:15 p.m.
Observe Rosh Hashana
The youth minyan and breakfast
Because one day of registration
club and special activities for
younger people will begin after for the fall quarter at Wayne State
the High Holy Day season Oct. 20. University will fall Sept. 23, first
day of Rosh Hashana, Rabbi Max
Kapustin, director of the Bnai
Been Hearing Only
Brith Hillel Foundation, has made
arrangements for JeWish students
B a d?—WELL • • •
to register on Friday, Sept. 20.
ST. LOUIS (JTA) — Eighteen . These students are requested to
Jewish high sehOol students, one of secure the official form necessary
three work teams fielded this sum- for this early registration at the
mer by the American Jewish So- Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation, 4841
ciety for Service, spent four days Second, TE 1-0129.
here last week after a summer in
a four-county area of western Ken-1
tucky engaged on a community ac_ `Pied Piper' Is Coming
tion program to repair and paint
The appointment of Mrs. Bernard
homes in the area.
Schiff and Mrs. Ruben Wartel as
Jules Hirsch, a Brooklyn high co-chairmen of a concert featuring
school teacher who led the party, the Pied Piper of Greenwich Vil-
said the youngsters had completed lage and Jerusalem Oct. 26 at
work on 50 houses. The partici- Henry Ford High School is an-
pants are not paid for their work nounced by Gerald L. Goldberg,
and have to pay their own ex- chairman of the Detroit Chay Corn-
penses for the seven weeks, in- mission, advisory board to the
chtdin • 4ransportation.
Habonim Youth Organization.

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MSTY Elects
Joe Chafets

Michigan State Temple Youth
announces the election of Joe
Chafets as president and the other
officers as follows:
Joyce Lindenbaum and Joel
Siegel, vice presidents; Michael
Leavitt, treasure r; Stephanie
Frank, secretary; Cathy Okun and
Mark Smaller, national board
members; Rabbi David Jessel,
rabbinic al adviser; and Rabbi
Morton Kanter, social action ad-
viser.
The winter conclave of MSTY
will be held Jan. 31-Feb. 2 at
Temple Beth El.
MSTY is a federation of more
than 700 teen-agers from 15 Re-
form congregations in Michigan
and northern Indiana.
The is
point of its program
year is the annual five-day con-
clave of study, worship and recre-
ation at Camp Walden, Cheboygan,
which was held the last week in
August.
A total of 250 students attended
the conclave, theme of which was
the "Responsibility of the Amer-
ican Jew." The faculty consisted
of Rabbis Frederick A. Eisenberg
of Grand Rapids. Jessel, Kanter,
Milton Rosenbaum, Philip Rosen-
berg of Muskegon. three students
from the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion and
Irving I. Katz, executive secretary
of Temple Beth El.

Collegians Go Kosher
at U-M Dining Club

For the third successive year,
the Hillel-Young Israel Kosher
Dining Club at the University of
Michigan has begun operations.
A cooperative venture between
Young Israel and Bnai Brith Hil-
lel, the program has provided
daily dinners and Sabbath meals to
the many students interested in
kashrut. Last year witnessed the
expansion of this program into a
daily and Sabbath traditional
"minyan" under the supervision of
Dr. Joseph Reif.
The local committee is compos-
ed of Hyman Beale, Mrs. David
Dombey, Mrs. Jacob E. Goldman,
Rabbi and Mrs. Ernest Greenfield,
Sam Platt and Peter Weiss. Rabbi
James I. Gordon of the Young
Israel of Oak-Woods supervises
the program.

Beth Moses Senior USY
Plans 'Creative Selihot'

Lahav USY to Meet;
Plan Services, Dance

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 13, 1968-33

Lahav, United Synagogue Youth, Holy Days services and
seats aTe
will hold its first meeting of the still available.
season 2 p.m. Sunday at the
Southfield building, 21100 W. 12
Mile. - This year Lahav includes
both USY chapters of the newly-
merged Beth Aaron and Ahavas
Achim Synagogues.
Weddings, Bar Mitzvos
The main objective of the meet-
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ing will be to acquaint new mem-
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bers, age 14-18, with USY. Follow-
ing the meeting, "Panorama of
Israel" will be presented by mem-
bers who spent the summer in Is-
rael.
Lahav Will hold a dance 8:30,
Orchestra and Entertainment
Sept. 21 at the Southfield building.
"The Puppets" will provide the
music; all teens are invited. The
chapter is selling tickets-for High

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