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December 04, 1970 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-04

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III--Fridey, Osseeshse 4, 1970

THE DETROIT JBVISN NEWS

Beth Jacob Girls Visit Washington, NY

Services, Football Set at Beth Achim

Akiva
Action Line

By SHELDON KLEIN
(Sheldon, 14, and in the Stit grade,
t
Is president of Akira's
darer organ.
His special interests are
piano and sports.)

The sealer dens of Beth Jacob School, accompanied by their
principal, Rabbi Shalom Goldstein (rear center), and faculty mem-
bers Mrs. Jacob Levi (rear, far left) and Rabbi Levi meet with
Congressman William Broomfield of Oakland County in the Capitol
Building. The 38 coeds paid the visit during a tour of the Hare of
Representatives and the Senate. They stopped in Washington briefly
en route home from a New York sightseeing trip.

• • •

HILLEL
HAPPENINGS

By IISA GREENBERG
On Nov. 17, at 1 o'clock, two
buses waited outside of Hillel Day
School. After being filled with the
school choir and students of the
junior high school, the buses de-
parted for Bnai Moshe Synagogue
where a meeting of the Women's
Auxiliary of the Jewish National
Fund was already in progress.
Mrs. Goldie Eakin, our music
teacher, had been preparing the
students for weeks to perform
at this meeting. Our presentation
consisted of a brief historical pic-
ture of the Jews and events taking
place in Israel today. All spoken
parts were tied together by ap-
propriate songs sung by the choir.
To end the program, a slide of
the Israeli flag was shown while
the audience joined us in singing
Hatikva.
The purpose of the meeting
was to raise mosey for a forest
to be planted In Israel in mem-
ory of the children who were
killed recently when a school
bus is which they were riding
was Mown up. Many contribu-
tions were made at the weeds&
and other esstributises were to
be sent in. The project is being
carried as nationwide.
Following the program, the par-
ticipants were shown to another
room where we were served re-
freshments. Then we returned to
the auditorium where Mrs. William
Levin, who was chairing the meet-
ing, addressed a few words to us.
The meeting was adjourned
soon afterwards, and once again
the buses were loaded and the
students returned to school.

Beth Yehudah
Mesifta Program

In September of last year, the
Yeshivah established a Messina
program. The Mesifta is an ac-
celerated' pr ogr am of Hebrew
studies including Humash, Tanakh
and a detailed study of the Talmud.
Night classes are held in which
we review the material which was
learned earlier hi the day. Also,
during certain nights of the week
special•study groups,•led by rabbis
of the Yeshivah, are held.
—Robert Goldman
(Robert is a 10th grader and
is part of the yeshivah Mesifta
program).

I Bnai Mitzva

Stewart Shifman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Sbifman of Goldwin
Dr., Southfield, observed his Bar
Mitzva at Cong. Bnai .David Nov.
28. The Jewish News regrets the
erroneous listing of his name last
week.

• •
Bnai Mitzva observed last week-
end at Cong. Beth Moses were
Bernard Kornheiser, Nov. 28; Rob-
ert Kimmel and Steven Freeman,
Nov. 28; and Richard Spalt.•r,
Nov: 29.

.

A group of Beth Jacob girls
from Detroit, while attending a
national Beth Jacob convention in
the East, met with the renowned
scholar, Rabbi Moshe Feinstein.
Rabbi Feinstein is the author of
six volumes of Response, in addi-
tion to books covering a variety of
contemporary Halakhic questions.
He Is dean and rash yeshiva of
the Tifereth Jerusalem seminaries
in Manhattan and Staten Island,
as well as chairman of the rab-
binical advisory board of Torah
Umesorah, a national foundation
for the establishment of day
schools.
Rabbi Feinstein addressed the
Beth Jacob girls answering
Ilalaidde questions put to him by
Phyllis Platt, Gaya Weider and
others regarding contemporary
problems concerning the teen-
ager and her world.
The group visited the UN Build-
ing, the Statue of Liberty and the
Empire State Building, and toured
the predominantly Jewish sections
of Williamsburg, lower Manhattan
and Boro Park.
• On the return trip, they stopped
in Washington, D.C., for a half day
of sightseeing which included a
visit with Congressman William
Broomfield.

Youth
News

Scouts Wanted
for Troop No. 23

New boys are being welcomed
into Boy Scout Troop 23. The old-
est Jewish scout troop in the
area, it has enjoyed extensive
camping and outdoor activities.
J. Buchanan, assistant scoutmas-
ter advises boys who wish to join
to attend an -introductory meeting
7 p.m. any Monday at Cong. Baal
Moshe.
Parents or boys wishing addi-
tional information, may call the
following officers: Nathan Trager,
scoutmaster, VE 8-3717; Martin
Baumgarten, VE 7-0138; or Buch-
anan, 838-5765,,

Center Cagers Set
One-Game Record

The Jewish Center basketball
team, led by Steve Hantler's 20
points and Dan Bernbaum's 18
points, rolled past the Windsor
squad 114-50, last Saturday night,
to establish a new one-game scor-
ing mark.
Other high scorers were Dennis
Cash, 12 points; and Marc Lan-
dau, Brad Davis and Steve Acker,
all 10 points. Mark Werner made
eight points, excelling in defense.
Other eager' who contributed to
the success of the game were Len
aiaia ch, Paul Zeman, Doug Craw-
l:I'M' Jae IttAnrrt •Nslarir.• • "

About 60 Akiva students, par-
ents and teachers attended the
recent touch football game be-
tween the junior high students of
Hillel and Akiva. Our junior high
girls led the crowd in cheering
Us M.
The score was tied 6-6 going
into the last few minutes of the
game, when a Billet touchdown
suddenly made it 12-6. The
dock ran out during Akiva's
final offensive drive at mid-
field.
We lost to a fine ffillel team,
and both teams played a great
game despite tremendous winds
and icy temperatures.
We look forward to future ath-
letic and scholastic competitions
between us and other local
schools. Our contests generate a
lot of school spirit at Akiva.

Combined School
Scheduling Events

Parents and students of the Com-
bined Jewish School will take part
in an open house at the Hillel
Building 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Bagels
and coffee will be served.

• •
A Hanuka program of Hebrew
and Yiddish playlets will take
place at the Workmen's Circle Cen-
ter 10 a.m. Dec. 20. Latices will be
on the menu.
• •

The Bat Mitzva of Hard Liwazer
will be observed Dec. 11 at the
United Hebrew Schools Building on
12 Mile Rd., Southfield. On Dec. 18,
the Bar Mitzva of Mark Beans will
take place at the UHS Building.

Diana Norman, president of
Lahav United Synagogue Youth
at Cong. Beth Achim, announces
weekly Shebat services are held
9:30 a.m. Saturdays at the syna-
gogue.
She invites youth age 12-18 to
attend.
For information, call Barry Lip-
pitt, religious chairman, 353-4477.
- Diana recently represented her
chapter at the annual USY fall
boards in Benton Harbor. She met
with presidents from other chap-
ters in the region to slate candi-
dates for regional office positions.

• • •
On Sunday, Lahav will have a
1 p.m. cultural luncheon at the
synagogue. The program is being

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• • •
Kadima, the Junior USY chap-
ter at Beth Achkn, is organizing
a touch football team to meet
2 p.m. Sundays at the synagogue.
Boys in grades 7-9 are invited.
For information, call Ben Miller,
Kadima football chairman, 353-
0375.

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Teens' Israeli Night
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All teen-agers are invited to an
Israeli Night, scheduled by stu-
dents of the United Hebrew Sigh
School, 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the
high school
Proceeds from the event, which
includes movies, refreshments and
dancing, will go to the Israel
Emergency Fund.
For information, call Alan Pes-
sin, 543-8277, or Mark Linton,
851-1536.

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