Salomon AZA, Marc Siegler; and
Sporn AZA, Doug Kahn.
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The BBYO "Music" mini-con-
ference will take place May 14-16
at the BBYO Conference Center
in Belle River, Ont. Coordinator
for the weekend is Bob Gutten-
berg of Posen AZA.
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Volunteers interested in becom-
The recently announced BBYO- ing BBYO advisers are asked to
sponsored Israel-European Tour call the BBYO, 354-6100.
(see separate ad in this issue) is
taking registration for a 31-day
special excursion originating in
Detroit. The tour consists of .,16
days in Israel, as well as extend-
ed stops in London, Amsterdam,
and Rome. Information is avail-
able by calling 354-6100.
Hillel Day School, in connec-
tion with its studies of Jewish his-
tory, is focusing on the Holocaust.
The Detroit AZA Council an-
On April 21, a program was pre-
nounces the following appoint- sented in tribute to the Six Mil-
ments to chairmanships: Mike
Colton of Sporn AZA as AZA lion.
Proclamations were read from
over-all coordinator to Michigan
Mayors Norman Feder of South-
Region's elections training con-
clave, May 7-9 at Camp Tama- field and David Shepherd of Oak
rack; Ken Hershenson of Posen Park, declaring April 21 the "26th
AZA, coordinator for the AZA Anniversary-End of World War
II and Nazi Holocaust Day."
Softball League, which will We-
Sen. Philip Hart sent a written
gfn June 6; and Ed Brasch of
message, as did Gov. William Mil-
Brandeis AZA, Michigan Region
AZA coordinator for the District liken, Supreme Court Justice G.
6 BBYO convention, June 24-28 Mennen Williams, Mayor Roman
at Schwartz's Resort in Elkhart S. Gribbs, Congressman Emanuel
Celler of New York and State Sen.
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Sister Vincent Joseph of Our
Recent AZA elections resulted
Lady of Sorrows School in Farm-
in the following presidencies: ington brought her eighth grade
Brandeis AZA, Rick Kay; Dreyfus class to the program.
AZA, Sandy Rochkind; Einstein
Sculptor David Bergman, him-
self a survivor of the Holocaust,
AZA, Barry Simon; Ohr AZA,
Mark Rubin; Posen AZA, Bob Gut- told of observing his Bar Mitzva
on a train which was on its way
tenberg; Rose AZA, Alan Kantor;
to an extermination camp.
Pastor James E. Garrison of St.
Peter Lutheran Church spoke of
the necessity of racial harmony.
Cantor Louis Klein and the Hillel
choir sang several selections.
Dr. John Mames, a Holocaust
Playing leading roles in the
Southfield-Lathrup ' High School survivor and parent of Hillel stu-
musical "Guys and Dolls" are dents, told about the Gentiles who
Karin Figlen, Candy Peak, Ted aided those Jews who survived.
Zusman and Steven Seigle as
A photographic display was set
Nathan Detroit. The production up by Shaarit Haplayta, an organ-
opens 8 p.m. Saturday in the new ization of survivors of 1945.
school auditorium. For tickets, call
the school, 353-8300, ext. 482.
BBYO's participation in the May
2 communitywide Israel Independ-
ence Day celebration will include
a game-information booth. Zang-
will BBG and Sporn AZA chapters
are coordinating BBYO efforts for
this program. Mrs. Sylvia Elkow-
itz, adviser to Zangwill BBG, is
working with the groups on this
Eyes of Survivors
Ex-New Leftists Find a New Challenge : Kibutz
TEL AVIV (JTA) — A settle-
ment called Admit was inaugurated
near the Lebanese border last
week amid scenes that resembled
a rock festival. The settlers, for-
mer adherents of the New Left
from various Western countries,
took their training at Hashomer
Hatzair kibutzim and decided to
establish their own settlement in
Gen. Uzzi Narkiss, head of the
Jewish Agency's immigration de-
partment, suggested that if Admit
ever runs short of money, it could
raise it by staging a Woodstock
Absorption Minister Nathan
Peled, a member of Mapam, also
was on hand.
As the young people twisted and
shook to the rock rhythms bouncing
over the hills, he expressed delight
Hashomer iatzair will hold its
annual third seder 8 p.m. Saturday
at the Jewish Center.
Featured will be a play and
Eric Arnold Goldstone was
Israeli singing and dancing. There called to the Torah as a Bar
will be a charge. The public is M i t z v a Sunday at Cong. Bnai
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Homes are as different as the people who live in them
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1. CENTRAL WARM AIR FURNACE Very compact. In it are
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3. BASEBOARD UNITS These are installed along outside
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any other room.
Beth Jacob Girls Elect
New officers of the GO Student
Organization of Beth Jacob School
have been elected by the student
body and will be installed at the
annual mother - daughter dinner
Elected were Rebecca Abrams
of the class of 1972, president;
Susan Gittleman (1973), as secre-
tary; and Miriam Unger (1974),
They will serve through the
MINDY SCHWARTZ, daughter school year of 1971-'72.
of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour and
Hattie Schwartz, of Independence Teens Eenter Bible Center
Dr., Soutthfield, is the newly
NEW YORK (JTA)—Six Amer-
elected president of Henrietta ican
teen-agers, among the win-
Szold Bnai Brith Girls. Recently ners in the 11th National Bible
inducted as a member of the Contest, held in New York last
National Honor Society from South- May under the aspices of the
field-Lathrup High School, Mindy American Section of the Depart-
will be appearing this week in the ment of Education and Culture of
school production of "Guys and the Jewish Agency for Israel,
competed at the 12th annual Inter-
national Bible Contest for Jewish
Youth, held in Jerusalem on the
occasion of Israel's 23rd anniver-
Holding Third Seder
PUPPET & MAGIC
your heart is
STUART SHIPKO, junior at
Southfield High School, has been
selected to attend the High School
Honors Science Program this sum-
mer at Michigan State University.
Last summer, Stuart participated
in the chemistry-mathematics pro-
gram of the second annual Summer
Science Institute at Lawrence
Institute of Technology. He is the
son of Dr. and Mrs. Albert Shipko
of Jeanette Ave., Southfield.
that these "rebellious youth" had
"discovered their Jewishness."
According to Peled, the new
settlement and the fact that nearly
10,000 Jews from the United States
and Canada settled in Israel this
year encouraged the hope "that
many more youth will find a new
challenge in the Zionist ideal."
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, April 30, 1971
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