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December 03, 1971 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-03

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Bnai JVIosir,--X-01#4 Local Cub - Scout Cited - forlier- aisiu
-
:-A-601pound cub scout saved a obi Wan up. antif-- he could be
Progrant-:
480.pound man from drowning last assisted out of the pool.
summer and as a result has been
Night, F .
A student at Key Elementary,
awarded a certificate of merit from

Oak Park; Raymond attends re-
Cong. Bnai Moshe, Yonth ,Com- the Boy Scouts of America.
ligious school at -Temple- Emanu-
j. mission is sponsoring n family
Raymond Yanitz, 9-year-old son El, where his parents are members.
ight for members and 'parents- Of Me. and Mrs. Myron Yanitz of
Although
be will not be a full-
_ '4 Sunday. The group- will meet-
Kenosha - Ave., Oak Park, was rec-
- 5:45 p.m. at the congregation and ognized for his meritorious action fledged boy scout until he is 12,
proceed on chartered buses to and "demonstration of scouting's Raymond automatically will receive
at that time the scout :life-saving
Olympia to watch the Detroit Red best traditions." -
merit badge. He has passed the
:= Wings play the St. Louis Blues.

The 'Boy 'Scout Detroit Area
Dr. Morton Demak is commis. Council made the presentation upon Red Cross beginners course.
sion chairman, and Herbert Ei-
. 4 72r0RX „.
recommendation of the council ad-
`• delman and Bert Stein are co-
vancement committee and in the
: chairmen. Seymour Kaplan is name of the National Court of
youth director.
Honor. Raymond, a member of
* * *
Cub Pack 1520, Den 2, was pre-
Bnai Moshe Senior United Syna-
sented the honor by Cub Master
gogue Youth is planning a "Fid- Norman Lowenstein.
dler on the Roof" movie night
Raymond was on vacation with
Dec. 11. The group will meet at
.1 the synagogue at 7:45 p.m. Harold his family in New. Orleans when
the incident occurred. While
Friedman- is adviser.
swimming at a yard pool, be saw
• * *
an
elderly man lose his balance
Election results: Freshman USY
—Joel Ungar, president; Carol on a floating chair and then
panic.
The boy held the 80-year-
Fischer, vice-president; Lisa Stein,
Cub Master Norman Lowenstein
secretary; and Fred Weiss, treas-
presents a certificate of merit to
urer. Joel Marwil is adviser.
9-year-old cub scout Raymond
Junior USY—Nancy Ankerman,
Yanitz in recognition of the boy's
president; Paula Shipper, vice
action in saving a man's life.

4 Young Center Actors
to Appear on Television

THE DETROIT - JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Decembei 3, 1971 41

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Irene Malin, drama coordinator
at the Jewish Center and acting

instructor for the young people's
classes, has selected four students
to appear in the Dec. 18 and 25
presentation of her Channel 7 tele-
vision show, "Mr. Patches," broad-
cast Saturday mornings at 10.
The four are Geri Zolkower,
Denise Meisel, Sheila replan and
Linda Nosanchuk, who will play
the roles of a Mexican mouse, a
Norwegian mouse, a Boy Scout
mouse and a penguin, respectively.

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HAPPENINGS

president; Michael Thirman, secre-
tary-treasurer. Avie Schwartz, ad-
By ROBERT MAMES
viser.
Grade 8
Sophomore USY — Mare Anker-
The
Jews in Russia are op-
man, president; Mark Hyman,
vice president; Judy Stein, secre- pressed just because they are Jew-
ish. They cannot worship in the
tary; and Steve Fink, treasurer.
way they choose. They are treated
as second-class citizens. They do
not have freedom of religion.
Something should be done! Our
Wad Day School is really trying
to do something,
Several weeks ago, our head-
master, Rabbi Joshua Kronenberg,
met with the executive board of
our student council concerning the
raising of money for the Jews in
Russia. Everyone was excited. It
was a very interesting prospect.
When our student council repre-
sentatives gave us the informa-
tion, each student began contrib-
uting as much of their own money
as they could. We have already
Temple Israel Youth Group will collected $250 and the campaign
present a religioul evening 8:30 for more funds is still going
p.m. today. After a Sabbath dinner strong.
at the temple, the congregation
More projects like this should
will be led by the Temple Youth in be started in more schools. It is
the "creative ;youth service."
a good idea and a worthwhile
The original Sabbath service, en- cause. As it is said in the Bible,
titled "GOD,". revolves around the "Let My People Go."
meaning of Crtid.'
*
A highlight Oflhe service will be
By JEFFREY SPILMAN
a special musical reading set to
Grade 7

Youth

News

Temple Israel
Youth to Conduct
Friday Services

the theme of the service.
There will-bna Congregational
oneg Shabaf following the youth
service at *itch there will be
discussion or.ther - theme.
The servieka* written by Lisa
Sommer iCitose anne Handles',
Brenda Goodman, Allen Silver
Daniel Barth: nd DanieLPerniek.
It is under tite4ireetion of Steffen
Fuller, religioni'Yiee. President of
the youth greup;-and Ra 44 Harold
Loss, religious -adviser.

,

Violinist Molinda
First in Stati

Seventeen-year:old
linda liock;',:dhighter
Mrs. Robert.
Ave., Oak Park:l'has beats--"- —
the first Michigan Mtisieattiitittl
,_
Association Whig wimieri:leile31s"
ganization held its annual tato*.
tition recently in Detroit and Lan-
sing.
Melinda, a pupil of Jerome Stas-
son, is a student' at Ferndale High
School. She zu.-coneertinistress of
the Shaarey Zezlek Youth Orches-
tra.
On Feb. 6, Melinda will per-
form in the East Central States
Division Competition in Milwau-
kee. Five state _winners from
nois, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and
Wisconsin will'participate.
Melinda alio will appear as
guest soloist at the MMTA state
convention in. April.

For the first time in Mittel ills-
tory, Mr. Weizman's 6th grade He-
brew class -wrote an- original Play
and::;: presented it in honor of
Thanksgiving.
p_Although Thanksgiving is an
-American holiday; the play was
Written in Hebrew.
- The se.hoolwide play was per-
formed along with a, special musi-
cal review on Nov, Pok our new
: idtramodern auditoriuni.

Bnos Group Holds
1st Melave Mania

Bnos, a girls organization di-
vided into nine groups, meets reg-
ularly on Saturday afternoons at
Cong. Bnai Israel-Beth Yehudah.
Suri and Chavie Grubner are the
coordinators.
The names of the nine groups
are: Ahava (love), Zedaka (char-
ity), Bina (understanding), Emes
(truth), Zerizus (alertness), Gev-
ura (strength), Kovod (honor) and
Bitochon (trust).
Over 110 children attended the
first melave malka of the season.

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'Requiem for Earth'
Title of Service by
Kol Ami Teens

Fine selection of

"Requiem for the Earth" is the
title of Temple Kol Ami Youth
Group's Sabbath Service 8:30 p.m.
today.
The service is under the direc-
tion of -Roberta Desmonde, assisted
by Elise Kohn and Corrine Abramo-
witz.

All three girls will participate in
the service, which includes a crea-
tive dance. Other members of the
youth group who will participate
include Elise Stein on guitar. Also
included is an original poem,
"Destruction," which begins, "On
the first day God destroyed . . .",
at BirMingbam Unitarian Church.
oneg Shebat will follow the
service. All are welcome.

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