100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

March 03, 1972 - Image 32

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-03

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

1

Business

glig
7 AQW
.:'itte—liZA“-:*•tutell -announces a
Karl Zipser- will be the first tuBainatkof activities for March.
cub scout-in Miehhgan to receive - The.,_Conncil will hold an open
GrINSBURG
a new award,' the Aleph, given couneitnieeting to which all na-
(0/MM/1/14
Wiwi ter the 5th Grade)
for religious -experience. The
tionally_ registered members of
A recent activity at Akiva was award will, be presented Saturday
AZA, are'-invited, 1 p.m. Sunday
the grade -spelling bee, which was during services at Temple Beth
at the BBYO Council office.
held in the 5th-8th grades. Winners El.
On March 12, the AZA Council
are 5th, Abbi Applebaum; 6th,
Karl is the.son of Mr. and Mrs. wilitbegin its AZA basketball tour-
Deal Gree.nii-aum; 7th, Joey Zlek; Burton. Zipser of Roanoke
and_Hth,- Matthew Levin. Runners- Ave.. Oak Park. He is a Webelos nament, concluding it March 26.
up- are Sarit - Ribaek, Nathan Big- scout in Pack 1512 at Jackson All competition will be at the
Jewish Center in Windsor, begin-
man, Daniel Kamins and Joel School in Ferndale.
ning 10 a.m. and running through
Big.
5
p.m. All members of AZA are
Preparation for' the award re-
These studiats will participate
in the school .spelling bee Wednes- quires attendance and participa- eligible to compete through entry
of
their chapters.
day. The winner ,will participate tion in the activities of the tem-
* *
in the district spelling bee March ple and its religious school, an
The AZA Council is planning a
understanding of the Jewish reli-
special
spring
membership drive
Joel Bigman, Benny Micznik, gion and a knowledge of its his- bowling day March 19. Each AZA
Allen Platt and -I:are busy study- tory and important figures.
member is encouraged to bring
ing for _the'. -Detridt Bible Contest,
Karl has received awards at one prospective member to Oak
which ivill be -held March 12.
Temple Beth El for excellence in Park Lanes for the bowling tour-
The Akiva hockey team will both scholarship and Hebrew nament, beginning at 12:30 p.m.
play a return floor hockey game studies.
The tournament will be followed
against Yeshivallt. Beth -Yehuda
by program presentations by the
team 6:30 p.m. -JIB-arch 13 in the
AZA Council. All interested boys
Detroit Jewish center.
are welcome.
*
*
-Ail grades -wilt. participate in
The weekend of March 3-5 will
the school science fair in the
see the Bnai Brith Girls executive
LaMed Atiditorium March and
committee and chapter presidents
By HARVEY LEFKOWITZ
participating in a winter retreat
(Harvey is 15 and in the 10th Grade)
at the BBYO Conference Center
The school spelling bee was held in Belle River, Ont. The weekend
nn February 23. Boys in grades
program is related to a mid-year
5-8 participated. The winner of
evaluation of the program of
the bee was Mayer Kahn from the BBYO. The girls will make plans
7th grade; the runner-up was
BARBARA YOUNG, a senior at Hairy Ziskind from the 8th grade. and revise programs covering
BBG activities for the spring and
Southfield-LathrupHigh School, has
Rabbi George Weiss' 10th grade early summer.
won that schoors.title in the "Betty
Hebrew
class
presented
a
Purim
Arragements have been made
Crocker Search for Tomorrow's
American Homemaker". contest play, patterned after a popular TV for a contingent of Ohio BBYO
She is now- an automatic conten- show. it depicted the trials and members to join with Michigan
der in the state competition spon- tribulations ot the Bunkerminwitz for the projected BBYO-European
sored by General Mills. The daugh- family. Cast members were Danny Israel Excursion '72. Spaces are
ter of IL Yotmg Jr. of Oldham Dr., Deal, Sam Grayba r, Bernard available for teen-agers to sign
Southfield, iiarbara is service Kamens, Harvey Lefkowitz, David up for the tour.
The March meeting of advisers
chairman of her. Bnai Brith chap- Leopold, Sandy Margolis, Arthur
ter and spends her summers doing Rabinowitz, Robert Stern and to AZA and BBG chapters will
Peter
Weiss.
The
executive
pro-
take
place Thursday. Anyone in-
voluntary work at Providence
ducer was Bruce Bolton..
terested in working with Jewish
Hospital as, a dietetic aide.
youth may call or write the BBYO
Visitors to the sixth grade room office.
may be shocked to find worms on
_VSEJ Unit to Co-Host
the wall. Let us hasten to add
- they are not the garden variety, Registration Opens
14iiy China Confab
but rather book worms. Each boy
A transnational conference on designed head-for his worm and for Camp Gan Israel
China, bringing together- leading when he his read a book, he adds
Rabbi Moshe Polter, associate
Chinese, Canadian and U.S. schol-
a portion of the body._ At the end director of Camp Gan Israel of
arswill .be Itekl..:* Wednesday Ilf
the
MidWeSt, announces the open-
Viejtetni:lhe student with the
7 - 11-1:4141C5Mitrch 11 at Wayne -Stale longest
worm will win a prize. At ing of- registration for the 1972
University - and the- University of this
summer
season.
writing, David Mittleinan is
Windsor.
Camp Gan Israel in Linden,
in the lead, but everyone is read-
Genser, - director of the ing diligently, and we expect con- Mich., is located 60 miles from
Center for Teaching About - Peace siderable - growth.
Detroit on Pine Lake. Its 22 build-
and. War . atWSU, said the con-
- ings are spread over 27 acres.
ference _is desig
ned to provide a
Daily activities include swimming,
more -in-depth understanding of Folk Dance for Family,
boating, baseball, arts and crafts,
the. Significance of -China in to- Hebrew Camp Weekend, tennis, b a sketball, music, motor
-
7 day's world. There is no admis-
boating and horseback riding.
afolt:s 'eharge,- and the _public -is Slated, by Center
Dedication of the new dining
invited.
An International Folk Dance hall and dormitory building, to be
The conference, co-hosted by Drop-In for the entire family will completed soon, is planned this
the Center for Teaching About be held 3-5 -p.m. Sundays at the summer.
Peacij and - War at WSU, and Jewish Center. -
Parents interested in the Camp
Iona .Toliege- Of the University
Phillip Litt will teach the native Gan Israel program may contact
-oL-1119diser,..; will open - with an
Rabbi
Polter, 398-0951. for infor-
.'-irfiiiipif:;:hY 21 Dr. :Vittartiliel, dances of 'Yugoslavia, Romania mation, call the camp office,
and Bulgaria, as well' as Mace-
chief if 'the depart* if is. donia and Russia.
398-2611.
Beginners -and experienced danc-
ers are invited., There- will be a
Iffe*lferk.-
m
charge
at the, door. For informa-
Sided
ear atilfr9
tion, call the Center -educational
Chjn
b'
the ° Chinese lMedical -Aniodtalion services department, 341-4200, ext.
for one month. He will 4Paltiv on 289 or 237.
-
* *' •
medicine in 'China
' The,aroup services- and Hebrew
L;n0servatYons$or the
departments
of
the Jewish Center
_IKOCture M *er -0O31P1ffiltlf. A
- rts are combining efforts to sponsor
'Auditorium , aSi , , "
a-Hebrew Family Camp Weekend
_Other sPe &
„ will
7in
.__ , iilchide
at 'Camp TeensiAclicOrtonvgle„
A iexanderAZ
-..4.7
.ettatrmarir„..of -APrilk28-30,
the bbilielf,;-' -
' - ;1/16thkat-
Somi activities will be conducted
tee on U.K-China Itelati0P3-
in Enghlsh for those whose knoWl-
edge of Iebrew is minimal. The
Criterion Club Plans
program will include an oneg She-
bat, interest groups, sports and
'Kovod Night" March 18 lectures.
„ '
triteriOn Club for single adults
For "brochures and application
willhotior eight, of its members for
forms, call tIpt -getter, '341-4200.
outstanding service at Kovod Night,
to b celebrated with a dinner-
-
-
dande 6 :31 P.M:March 18 at North. - Omnibus. Film Scheduled
Omnibus Children's Film Series
171a Putdia:kwaleat9a. with ad - of the Jewish ,Center will p
mission by. !reservation only.
Walt D4sney's Mie Shaggy Dog"
PeatillatiatcAan BettYWeln- 2 pats? Watley. Tickets are on
-issesist.'in7-2505:
-
at tise _Center.
it, s.itei
71/ 4111i1Eirovi s-eflieltar-44•41iiVia

Autton Line

alley Made

Yout
, , . . ki

Friday, March 3, 1972-33

THE DETROIT JEWISH - NEWS

:mews

4irea Seaways:I
/2 to 4

MARSHA GOLD
, -,- - of

Couture
Women's Apparel

' CREATIVE INVITES

Thurs. & Fri. Niles till 9
Mon., Tues., Wed., & Sot. till 5

Party Planning — INVITATIONS,
8. Misc. Party Accessories for
all occasions.
For Appf. Call. .

BankAmericard • Master Charge
Coolidge at 9 Mile, Oak Pork

557.0254

FASHION'S BEST

A

DL8R. &

FINE JEWELERS
One of Michigan's Largest Selections of Pierced Earrings

REMOUNTS ARE OUR SPECIALTY a WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR

• Rinmonds
• Winches

• Charms
• Mon'. Rings
• Ponds
• Wogoing gg„th
Pendnt. o cut, unm
• Guardngs • &easier, • Engogomont Rings

• er....i.rs



Come In or Call

,968-0303

Why Pay More?

NOW ALL BRANDS

MAJOR DISCOUNTS

Special For March

20% ABOVE SALE

Call tio Dwells

Unique Furniture

559-6334

DECORATING ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE

-

MAXIM'S

25040 Southfield Rd.

-

at 10 Mile

Southfield, Mich.

Mrs. Lillian Collins

of - Oak Park has found the answer
to beautiful eyes

DURALASH by ardell inc.

Take a swim, sauna or whatever

"THE WON'T COME OFF"

Guaranteed 4-6 wks.

FOR FURTHER INFO PLEASE CALL

557.6044

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan