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March 31, 1972 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-31

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36—Friday, March 31, 1972

Youth 'Council Ask
nit' 10-

A Couple-of Good Scouts Honored -

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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I- aeration; scout,
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At its recent court of honor,
Troop 23 whiled Alan Siegel as attends Frost Junior IlighiSchooL
Ile is the- sow: of P-tifirf MfL
"scout of the year."
Scoutmaster Nathan Trager pre- Sidney Siegel of Morton Ave., Oak
-the
Plans are Under- : way'
sented this honor to Alan for his Park. Bis father, fornier scout, Jewish Youth Council of Metro-
is
a
member
of
the
troop
com-
unique accomplishments. In only
politan Detroit -for its 'observance
10 'months of scouting, Alan pro- mittee.
of Israel' Indeliendence
At the same time, Brian Levitt,
gressed from Tenderfoot to Life
Starting with a parade at Cong.
troop
senior
patrol
leader,
was
Scout and now is a candidate for
presented with the Ner Tumid, Beth Shalom, the celebration will
the Eagle Award.
religious award for Jewish scouts, continue at the 10 Mile Jewish
Center, 'Where there will be Sing-
along with Roasid-Eltna.and- Jor- ing,. dancing and 'other festivities.
don Chudnow.
Youth groups such as Selman,
Howard Levitt, also is a member
Hashahar, Hashomer
Bnei
of the troop committee.
Akira
and Shaarey 'Zedek United
In achieving the Ner Tamid
Synagog
ue
Youth
;gill
take
part.
MICHAEL BEZ, 14-year-old Award, the three scouts were re- The groups, which as members of
piano student of Betty Kowalsky quired to live a Jewish life at home the council meet 6:30 p.m. Sundays
Stasson, has won the Michigan and in the synagogue; study the at the 10 Mile Center, invite others
State Junior High School Piano Holy Scriptures and sacred litera- to join in the planning and par-
Competition sponsored by the ture, world and American Jewry; ticipation. For information, call the
Michigan Music Teachers Associa- and perform and participate in Jewish Center Hebrew department,
tion. Michael, a ninth grade stu- service projects for his synagogue 341-4200; Linda Schiff, 352-4754;
dent at West Bloomfield High and religious school.
Brian, who received the Eagle or Laurie Ruskin, 3967819.
School,- has been studying with Scout Award and Scout of the The council also is cooperating
Mrs. Stasson for the past five
one of the' in the presentation of "The Four
years. He is the son of Mr. and Year in MI, will be
-singing group April 22 at
Mrs. George Bez of Cottonwood few scouts participating in the. Voices"
-Jewish Center.
Knoll, Birmingham. He will ap- Ner Tamid and scouting program the
this
summer
in
Israel.
Counseling
pear as soloist at the state con-
No matter whether the Constitu-
vention of Michigan Music Teach- Brian were Rabbi Harold Loss of tion follows the flag or not, the _
ers Association Tuesday at Grand Temple Israel and Rabbi Moses 5upreme Court follows the election
Lehrman
of
Cong.
Bnai
Moshe,
Valley College, Allendale.
returns. - —F. P: Donne
where Troop 23 meets.
• • •

outh. News.

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.

Learning Young About JNF

.. .
They Made •
The Grade

Students of the Vatted Hebrew Schools nursery iielisol presented
to Percy Kaplan, director of the Jewish National Fund, a gift for
the purchase et trees in Israel. Kaplan, in turn, gave the children
a certificate for the bees.

Hillel Happenings

By GARY RAN and
DONNA KATZMAN
We received the exciting results
from the regional Bible Contest

Hashomer Third Seder
to Take Place April 8

Hashomer Hatzair. Zionist youth
movement, will sponsor its an-
nual third seder, 8 p.m. April 8,
at the Jewish Center.
The ldbutz-style seder will in-
clude Israeli folk dancing and sing-
ing, drama and refreshments,
followed by group , dancing.
For information, or to support
the journal, call Avrahaln Shur,
341-5448.
Tickets are on sale and will be
sold at the door. Students will be
admitted at half price.

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judges. Mel Junior High students
ranked in nine of the top 12 places.
We congratulate the following re-
gional winners from Hillel:
2nd plate—Orit Rees, 7th grade;
3rd=Elizabeth Licht, 7th; 4th—
Judy Gunsberg, 7th; 5th—Robert
Mama; (8th) and Beth Lupovitch
(7th); 8th—Steven Helical, 7th;
7th—Marty Pasternak, 7th; 8th—
Lisa: Lampert, 8th; 10th—Diana
Buriant*(8th); Lori Heiman (7th);
and • llth—Lenin Bar Levey, 6th.
The student body of HMI pre-
viously collected money and canned
goods as part of our Purim activi-
ties. These contributions were given
to Rabbi Gruskin for distribution.
In addition, 9100 was collected to
be used to purchase turkeys for
Passover. However, Peter Heiman
surprised us by donating sufficient
funds to pay for 12 turkeys. The
$100 we collected c.an - now be used
for other seder, expenses.
• By DAVID senosras and
.- RICK MARGOLIN
March 23 and 24 were the dates
for the model sedorim this year.
The 6th grade conducted the
seder for the younger grades.
Robert Nusbaum led the service
In his role as "father " and the
."mother" was Jill Davidson.
•A special prayer addition to this
model service' was dedicated to
our Jewish brethren in Russia-All
the elementary., classes partici-
pated.
The junior high seder was con-
dieted by Tom Colton, Rick Spa-
ter and Orna Ezikovie, with all
the junior high ,students , partici-
pating. Songs were sung by the 7th
grade, accompanied by Mr. Weiz-
man on the accordion.

'

JERI L. GOOD, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Roy S. Good of Vernon
Rd., Huntington Woods, w a s
awarded the Alpha Kappa Psi
Medallion at the University of
Michigan Honors Banquet recent-
ly. This award is given yearly to
the student graduating from U.
of M.'s school of business admin-
istration with the .highest scholas-
tic average. Miss Good is the first
woman ever to receive this award,
and has been invited to join Beta
Gamma Sigma, the national hon-
orary business administration frat-
ernity and Beta Alpha Psi, the
national honorary accounting frat-
ernity.
• • •
Four Southfield high school Stu-
dents have been recognized for
achievement in, the 15th annual
tion sponsored by
statewide competi
the Michigan Section of the Math-:
emetics Association- Of America.
More than 21,000 students Partic-
ipated, and the top 100 winners
were honored at &banquet at Mich-
igan State University.' - The four
area students are: Jim Rubber,
son , of Mr. and Mri. Joachim
Nachbar of Martha Washington
Ave.; Larry Moss, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Moss of LaGaronne
Ave.; Barb Jaffe,- daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Jaffe of Pleasant
Tr. and Bruce Tabashnik, son of
B. S.
' Tabashnik of Tavistock Tr.

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3rd-6th Graders to Join
in Tainarstek Weekend

The 'Jewish Center group ser,
vices division is sponsoring a week-.
end at Camp Tamarack for jun-
iors in-grades 2-8 April 14.10;-
Based on the theme of freedom,.
the weekend will include an °net,
Shebat, arts - and crafts, cookout,
hikes and a session recording the
sounds of wildlife in the forest.
- Campers will - sleep in .heated
cabins and have three hot meals-
and two snacks per day. Counsel-
ors are college students. - •
Registration deadline is April
8. For information, all. the. group
di vision, 3414200.
services

MORI LITTLE

JOE MILLER;
a nd

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Harry an. Ann Schwartz and all
the Girls of Small , Fry wish their
friends and customers a
Happy, Healthy Passover

STUART LEE 5711PKO, son of
Dr. and_ Mr*. Albert Shipko of
Jeanette Dr., Southfield, has been
selected- to participate in the in-
tegrated pre-medical program -tit
the UniVersity -of Michigan. The
program, to • be initiated this fall,
combines premedical and medical
studies, into a six-year program.

IRVING MANDELBAUM,. son of
Mr; and mtg.. Myer Mandelbaum,
(lea W. of Coolidge)
of Ridgedale Ave., Oak Park, has
been , named to the Dean's List of
498-2727 • JNF, Holiday Closings
honor students at Yeshiva Univer-
_ -
Jewish National Fund offices stty's - Erna Michael College of
will be closed Thursday and Fri- Hebraic Studies 'in New York City.
day and April 5 and 6. The-office
reit

is open 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday.
5464..Students to Attend
for/reedy of
IsraelLSoninseir Program*
Eloquence is logic on fire.
BIRMINGHAM
—Lyman Beecher "tti*.'irthitC4tielliir 5 .999 •high
OPEN . SUNDAYS
youth:WM in-
lithool.end
Israel --•eaperience..-tsillored
fo*
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they join the 39 differentprograms.
meant YOUR 11111.01.TOWNGRESTS - AT THE lEAuTmil
offered by the American Zionist
Youth • Foundation's 1972 Israel
S u atm er Programs, announced
.Mrs., Shirley -.Kalb, acting chali-
/deo* Lecateil:14 'Milo from
Man of the_AZYF board of trus--
tees.
Water
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This represents an increase of
more than 28 per cent over the
4.500
young People- who .Parlioilat-
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