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March 28, 1969 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48—Friday, March 28, 1969

Hillel Students Ready for Big Question

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Students at Billet Day School practice discussion of the famous
seder question "Why is this night different from all other nights?"
Sitting counter-clockwise are Gerald Chandler, Lisa Roth, Elaine
Webber. Judith Frank, Jeffrey Danzig and Oren Pious. A model seder
is set for 10:30 a.m. Monday for grades 2-6 and 12:45 p.m. that day
for the first grade, in the social hall of Bnai Moshe. The PTO of the
school will serve a Passover luncheon. Mrs. Franklin Siden is chair-
man. Parents are invited.

BBYO Teens Resol ve to Take Positive Acton as Jews

At Camp Tamarack last week.; Join Et-Gar to learn more about
end, 150 delegates from the Bnai Israel.
The regional Judaism Kallah,
Brith Youth Organization took a I
serious look at themselves in rela- convening delegates from
throughout the state of Mich-
tion to the crisis of their times.
igan and Windsor, was planned
Goal of the "Judaism Kallah"
by
Laurence Hart, - Great Lakes
was to give the delegates an op-;
Council, of Windsor; Karen

portunity to learn about three'
main areas of concern, Israel,
assimilation and anti-Semitism,
with presentations by experts.
The teen-agers read resource
materials, discussed how these
areas related to themselves and
at a Delegates Congress Sunday,'
each youth pledged himself to
take some action, including:
Start a discussion group in
school to discuss anti-Semitism
Plan a trip to Israel
Show that I am prouder of my
religion
Show I am concerned about
Israel
Encourage friends who dropped
out of Hebrew school to come
back
Confront a person whose com-
ments are anti-Semitic
Encourage elders to exert pres-
sure in the community when anti-
Semitism appears.

Birth ,Annou 17 cements

March 23—To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Acker (Ronne Lyn Wein-
garden). 29180 Fairfax. Southfield
a son. Kevin Phillip.

March 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Law
rence Cutler (Barbara Sisskind)
13405 Kenwood, Oak Park. a son
Howard Leslie.

March 21—To Mr. and Mrs.
Sydney Geller (Barbara Leibo-
vich), 19301 Magnolia, Southfield,
a son. Evan Andrew.

March 8—To Dr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Sage (Susan Gottfurcht,)
20295 Ledgestone, Southfield. a
daughter, Marci Ellen.

March 17 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Feb. 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
Dennis Frank (Peggy Meyer). man Block (Sharon Gershenzon),
20385 Winchester, Southfield, a 30228 Southfield, Southfield, a son,
daughter. Julie Michelle.
Matthew Aaron.

Zuckerstein, Detroit BBG; and
Ron Finegood, Detroit AZA, with

Youth
News

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the help of Fran Rubin, BBYO

assistant director.

Jew is to the survival of Judaism.
Emanuel Mandel, director of the

Michigan Region BBYO, kicked
off the weekend with a presen-
tation, "Who Am I as a Jew?"
Afterward, the youth had an op-
portunity to express their own
opinions in soap-box fashion.
Larry Stern, youth director of
Shaarey Zedek, in a discussion of
anti-Semitism, showed how anti-

Jewish feelings are still present
at home and abroad.
Staff also included Ellie Rothen-
berg, adviser to Galilee BBYO,
Trenton; Gloria Pleasant, adviser
to Dalya BBG, Livonia; and Joel
Stern, adviser to Posen AZA.
Special guest was District 6
BBG President Joan Meltzer of
Kenosha, Wis.

o ART LIGHTS

Rami Amitz-Lev, Israeli emis-
sary for Jewish National Fund
helped the delegates see the im-
portance of Israel for their own
survival , and Rabbi David Jessel
of the Jewish Conimunity Council
talked about assimilation and the a
question of how important each

Phillip Willis, Bride
Aran- led 60 Years



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March 13—To Mr. and Mrs.
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man). 27355 Selkirk, Southfield, a
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Feb. 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Sec Morris
Edelson (Joanne Grossman), 13340 celebrate their 60th wedding anni-
Wales, Huntington Woods, a son, versary at the second seder with
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ald A. Starr (Marlene Gold), 12790
Sterling, Oak Park, a daughter,: Than Teens Elsewhere
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March 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Nor- 10 and 17, belong to various youth
ton E. Stern (Sherrie Gross). movements, writes Dov Ben Meir
14261 Borgman, Oak Park, a son,: in his book "The Image of the
State of Israel," which was pub-
Kenneth Aaron.
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March 9—To Dr. and Mrs. Rich-; minority of the young people are
ard A. Weinberg (Rosanne Wil- affiliated with youth organizations,
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Tween Dance to Mark
Welcome to Spring

The Tween Dance Committee of
the Jewish Center will sponsor a
"Welcome Spring Dance" 1:30
p.m. April 6 at the main building.
Featured will be music by the
Hearts Band, and lead singer Mary
Gutzi, prizes, refreshments and
dance contests. There will be an
admission charge.
Members of the committee in-
clude: Ellen Gordon, Nurit Nee-
man, Nancy Bronstein, Debbie
Hords, Toba Cohn, Alise Lansky,
Andi Sternthal, Fay Krasden,
Linda Klachefsky, Paula Green-
span, Laura Burman, Cheryl Bur-
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Kaltman, Shelly Gilbert, Henry
Mayers. Brenda Gelman, Steven
Gelman and David Mariani. Group
adviser is Marsha Diem.

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