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October 22, 1971 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-22

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Sabbath Services Geared to Teens

Lahav Senior United Synagogue
Youth of Cong. Beth Achim spon-
sors Shabat services for young
people of post Bar Mitzya age to
age 17 9:30 a.m. Saturdays.
Future activities in conjunction
with Shabat services will include
walkathons to the synagogue and
luncheons with featured speakers.
Barry Lipitt, religious chairman,
invites all who are interested to
contact him at 353-4477.
* *
Lahav observed its annual Suk-
kot overnight Oct. 9-10 at the
Town and Country Day Camp,
Farmington. _
Accompanied by youth adviser
Monte Schloss, seven members
[ met at the synagogue Saturday
night for Havdala, then drove to
the campsite.
The following morning, the boys

Detroiter in Israel
Runs Student Course

Bezalel Gor•bai, son of Rabbi
and Mrs. *Ames I. Gordon of
Wales Ave., Oak Park, recently
left for Israel to - coordinate the
Young Judaea year course for
U.S. high school graduates.
The 80 students- in the program
will study for four- months on the
Mt. Scopus campus of Hebrew
University before being assigned
to kibutzim and mashavim
throughout Israel.

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OIL PAINTINGS

Bnai Moshe Youth Plan Hay Ride,
Services, Bowling and Installation

`ionnil of goutir activities is
in store this week at Cong. Bnai
Moshe.
, Bnai Moshe Junior Congregation
will hold its annual installation of
officers at Saturday shabat serv-
ices in the main sanctuary. The
following officerS will be installed:
Lori Heiman, president; Marti
Owens, vice , president; Amy Hei-
man, recording secretary; Julie
Miller, -corresponding secretary;
and Marty Pasternak, program
chairman. Mark Eichner is ad-
viser.
* * *
The Talis and Tefillin "ChM is
again under way. Boys age 13-
17 participate in services, break-
fast
and a bowling. league - S:30
James Martin Feld of Glen
a.m.
every Sund4y: -"he Baal
Cove Ave., Farmington, spent
Moshe Men's Chlb sponsors the
his summer holidays working as
group,
w',111(-- Sidney Burk as
a volunteer at the Hadassah He-
chairman -and Michael Goldman,
brew University Medical Cen-
adyiser.
ter in Jerusalem. The college
i.
* * *
student is shown in the cardio:/
-
The Sophomore USY Chapter
vascular research laborgtory;
will hold a - hayride Saturday at
where he worked.
Roy's Ranch, meeting 7 p.m. at
the synagogue.
Freshmen and Junior USY Chap-

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layed tefillin and davened, relating
the service to the beauties of
nature. After breakfast and lunch,
the group went apple picking. The
activity concluded with a hike.
Diane Landy is president of
Lahay.

Akiva
Action Line

By RONNIE SCHWARZBERG
(Ronnie is 12 and in the 7th grade)
Sunday marked the beginning of
Akiva's football season. Our first
football game was played between
a team of Akiva's 7th, 8th and 9th
graders and Millers 8th and 9th
graders. The game was •layed at
the 10 Mile Jewish Center - .41d.
After an afternoon of gag foot-
ball, Akiva could - not - penetrate
the strong defense of Hillel's able
football team. The final score was
24.0 in Hillel's favor.
Akiva is arranging sports com-
petition with various Hebrew day
and afternoon schools. Our next
game will hopeftillY bring• -vic-
The publication of a new booklet
tory for Akiva.
in the Judaism Pamphlet Series
has been announced by the Bnai
UNICEF `Beggars' -the
Brith Youth Organization -
Halloween to Help Others "The Rise of Israel and the Arab
The Ofidren of metropolitan De- Confrontation" by I. L. Kenen is
troit..4ho ring' doorbells on .lial- published for teen-agers as a con-
loween carrying UNICEF's orange tribution to the understanding of
Ind black canisters have chosen to the Israel-Arab conflict and the
share their fun so that other kids propaganda war being waged by
will have a- chance. for a better the Arab nations. Copies are avail-
future.
able at the BBYO office. Bulk
A single 'UNICEF • penny will orders may be ordered at discount
-provide six glasses of milk. A rates.
* *
nickel means • the pendcillin to
cure - a child yaws, a crippling
The annual meeting of the Michi-
tropical. disease.
gan Region BBYO board of direc-
Adults may obtain canisters for tors will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
their_ children at the Jewish Cen- in the BBYO conference room.
ter.
Julius Kahn, outgoing chairman,
will complete his term of office.
Treats - for Tots Sought
Members of the BBYO board of
The candy lady is at it again.
-For the 12th consecutive year, directors designated as delegates
and
alternates to the triennial con-
Mrs. Louis Landau and family are
collecting- Halloween candy for the vention included Lou Segel, Art
not-so-fortunate boys and girls at Schott, Harry Weinberger, Ber-
the -Oakland' County Children's nard Panush, Sol Moss, Herman
Home and the Maxey Boys Home. Kasoff and George Tarnoff.
Anyone wishing to donate any
unwanted Halloween candy should
The Great Lakes AZA and BBG
drop it off at 24231 Gardner, Oak Councils kick-off weekend has
Park, by. Nov. 12.
been set for Oct. 29-31. The three-
day program is to include leader-
ship training and social events
and will culminate in the partici-
pation of BBYO'ers in the annual
Halloween UNICEF March. Local
chairmen are Laurie Grandon of
Glazer BBG and Jerry Pelton of
Ohr AZA.

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Beth Moses USY
Schedules Activities

Beth Moses United Synagogue
Youth will launch an active week-
end with an oneg Shabat 8 p.m.
today at the synagogue. A cul-
tural program will follow services.
A mystery bus tour is sched-
uled for Saturday evening. Par-
ticipants will meet at the _syna-
gogue at 7:30. For reservations,
call Joe Kesner, KE 5-6866.
Sunday morning brunch is held
every weekend at 9:30 a.m.
The Senior USY group will hold
a general board meeting 6 p.m.
Sunday, followed by a general
membership meeting at 7:30 and
a program.

FOR THE BEST IN
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

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TOUR DIRECTOR

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TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 1971
at 8:00 o'clock:

CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM
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Two cadets from Detroit have
been promoted to the rank of
cadet officers a Castle Heights
Military Academy in Lebanon,
Tenn. They are RANDY KAPLAN,
son of Dr. Earl Kaplan of Ren-
frew Ave., who was promoted to
captain; and MAX SHERWOOD,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sher-
wood of St. Aubin Blvd. Cadet
Kaplan is commander of the honor
guard, treasurer of the DeMolan
and a cheerleader. Sherwood is a
cheerleader and a member of the
honor guard.

Volunteers Are Vital
Volunteers are- the heart of the
Torch Drive. They establish policy,
raise ftinds and- event- determine
w the funds are spent. These
volunteers, representative of our
whole community, donate their
time, talent and money in hundreds'
:t
of ways.

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ter's",plan'-a - hayride and wiener..
roast Sunday. The group will leave
for Roy's Ranch •from the syna-
gogue at 2 p.m. Advisers are Avie
Schwartz and Joel Marwil.

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