THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 25, 1971-15
District 6 Bnai Brith Youth Or- Camp Bnai Brith will be Lisa Dorf- Barclays, Israel Discount
ganization convention delegates man, president of the council, and Are Forming New Bank
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from Michigan left on Thursday Sherrill Kurland, first vice presi-
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for Elkhart Lake, Wis., where they dent. The three-week program dur-
will take part in numerous BBYO ing July and August offers leader- D.C.O. and Israel Discount Bank
activities and programs devoted to ship opportunity experience for 160
topics for the coming year. These youth leaders of BBYO throughout in principle has been reached for
the formation of a new Israel bank
will relate to 'the role of Judaism North America.
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for teen-agers today, Israel, pollu-
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The new bank will be equally
morality. Leading the Michigan into its third week. The leaders of
in High School Poll
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delegation will be Jeff Shifman Division A are Goode AZA (De- owned by Barclays Bank D.C.O.
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NEW YORK (JTA—Fresh proof and Lisa Dorfman, AZA and BBG troit) and Ohr AZA (Southfield), and IDB Bankholding Corp. Ltd.
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that the Orthodox community has presidents.
and the leaders of Division B are and will have capital funds of
not 'been left untouched by the
Brandeis AZA (Southfield) and 50,000,000 pounds. -
Jewish youth rebellion has emerged
Barry Simon and Gorden Siegel, Shalom AZA (Livonia). The league
at one of the nation's best Jewish members of Albert E. Einstein will continue throughout the sum-
day high schools, the Ramaz school AZA, will be among 100 BBYO mer at Angling Rd. School on
members from around the country Franklin Rd., Southfield.
:The ferment at the elite coeduca- participating in the BBYO Israel
Michigan BBYO announces the
tional day high school, sponsored Summer Kallah, an eight-week
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appointment of I. Leon Etelman
by Kehillath Jeshurun, a leading study tour of Israel.
as adviser to Louis D. Brandeis
Orthodox synagogue, was made
AZA. New positions will be opening
manifest in a poll of 167 high
Among the leaders of Michigan for advisers, and interested per-
school students about their opinions
attending the National Sum- sons may contact the BBYO office,
of the Judaic courses at the
AT TEL-TWELVE MALL 354-3300
school, which comprise about half mer Leadership Conference at 354-6100.
of the class load.
Conducted by the Rain Page,
the student publication, the poll
found that one of four of those
participating considered t h e
Judaic studies "uninteresting" or
LET US WORRY ABOUT THE THINGS YOU'RE WORRIED ABOUT.
A round-table discussion on the
You always told her to
same issue, concluded that many
Ramaz high school teachers "are
look both ways and cross at the corner.
either not dedicated enough or the
lacking certain qualities necessary
You're concerned about her,
for good teaching.".
her future, your family's future.
'Headmaster Rabbi Joshua Bakst
said that while he did not neces-
And of all the things you worry about,
sarily agree with the recorded
estate is surely
views of the students in the poll
and at the roundtable, he felt such
one of the most important.
student-sponsored evaluations were
It's the dollars and cents reality
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Marathon Puts Quartet
on Wheels for 100 Hours
By now—with some luck and
sheer grit—four area teen-agers
should have just about completed
their 100-hour bicycle marathon
against air pollution.
Harry Levine, Dan Silverman,
Jerry Strauss and Larry Gelfund,
all going into the 10th grade at
Berkley High School, have been
peddling since noon Monday, part-
ly in hopes of beating the Michi-
gan bike marathon record but
mostly to draw attention to the
ecological and physiological bene-
fits of bicycle riding.
(One benefit is the discovery of
muscles the boys never knew they
had. All are sore.)
A fifth young man, Fred Dobro-
witsky, had to drop out because
Each of the quartet rides one
hour and rests for three in a tent
set out on Harry's front lawn.
They can't ride very far because
inevitably they come to a stop
sign, and stopping isn't allowed,
according to the marathon rules.
Th4 riders' mascot, Nancy Dorf-
man, is their moral support.
Dr. JAMES B. LESSER, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Morton B. Lesser of
Southfield Rd., Southfield, is intern-
ing at the University Hospital, Ann
Arbor, where he lives with his
wife, the former Joan Brandes,
and his new daughter. A recent
graduate of the University of
Michigan Medical School, Dr.
Lesser was vice president of the
Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fra-
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