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June 22, 1973 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-22

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The 10th annual graduate
exercises of the Hebrew de-
partment of the Mishkan, Is-
rael Religious Schools will be
held '7:30 p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue.
The following will be grad-
uating:

The Best To You

HAL
GORDON

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Arthur Baker, Aaron Berk,
Bradley Berk, Jeffrey Berk,
Phillip Deal, Jay Eichler,
Lance Farkus, Gary Fried-
man, Irwin Goldstein, Danny
Greene, Keith Greener, Ro-
bin Jacobs,, Glenda Koby,
Jamie Liebowitz, Marty Pik-
stein, Mark Riger, Lee Rim-
er, Lee Sandles, Richard
Stein and Michael Summer.
Valedictorians are Glenda
Koby and Robin Jacobs. Sal-
utatorian is Arthur Baker.
Irwin. Goldstein will pre-
sent the class gift.

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The Great Lakes councils
of AZA and Bnai Brith Girls
installed Barry Hurwitz of
Herzl AZA, Windsor, and
Debbie Manela of Brice BBG,
as presidents of their respec-
tive groups.
AZA and BBG awards
were presented at the instal-
lations, held at Cong. Beth
Achim and attended by 200.
Assisting Hurwitz as aleph
godol will be Bruce Roberts
of Sporn AZA and Sam Gold-
man of Goode AZA, aleph
sgan rishon and shayee; Cliff
Dovitz of Goode, aleph mo-
reh; Steve Mondrow of Akiba
AZA, aleph gisbor; Stewart
Bobkin of Goode, aleph maz-
kir; Steve Cohen of Posen,
aleph sopher; and Barry
Margolis of Eilat BBYO, Ann
Arbor, aleph kohen
Serving with Debbie as
nsiah of the BBG council are
Debbie Olshansky of Ahavah

Registration is open to all
high school teens who wish
to participate in the Jewish
Center "Teen Work Camp"
at Maple and Drake Rd., the
120-acre site of the planned
center.
In four two-week sessions,
ecology - minded teen - agers
will have the opportunity to
work with a trained forester
in land clearing, tree plant-
ing and the building of
shelters. Dances and other
social activities also are
planned for participants.
Registration deadline for
the first session is today.

*
The Jewish Center's "Camp
Shalom" will get under way
July 2. Registration for the
first session ends today, but
a number of openings are
available.
"Camp Shalom" combines
the learning of Hebrew with
some summer recreation.
The program is open to all
7th and 8th graders. Young-
sters at all Hebrew-speaking
levels are invited to join the
all-day Monday-Friday pro-
gram. Door-to-door trans-
portation is provided.
There are two four-week
sessions.
* v *
Some openings are still
available for the Jewish
Center's summer "Camp of
the Arts," open to all fifth-
ninth graders, the program
combines summer fun with
the creative arts.
Those registering by today
for the camp's first session
will learn such skills as art,
photography, creative dra-
matics and sculpture.
At "jam sessions," artists
will talk with the youngsters
about their particular crafts.
Field trips also are held
throughout each session.
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"Teens on Wheels," a
travel and education pro-
gram for high school stu-
dents, will include such
activities as swimming and
industrial tours, as well as
community service opportun-
ities like working with the
aged.
For information on all pro-
grams, contact the group
services division, 341-4200.

from $5.00 to $ 1 5.00

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Friday, June 22, 1973-33

Yeshiva PTA Sets

Picnic for Sunday

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
PTA will hold its annual pic-
nic 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday,
at Bell Creek Park, Five Mile
and Inkster Rds. in Redford
Twp.
Mrs. Shlomo Sperka, chair-
man, invites the public.
An auction will be held at
1 p.m. Items include elec-
tronic equipment such as
stereo sets, eight-track re-
corder, cassette cases and

tape cassettes. Electric house-
hold and cosmetic appliances
also are among the items for
auction.
The PTA has planned
games with prizes, and base-
ball fields and tennis courts
are available. Fried chicken,
hot dogs and soft drinks will
be served.

MUSIC BY

LONDON, ENGLAND

BARRY HURWITZ AND
DEBBIE MANELA

BBG, program sganit; Lisa
Small of Brice, outstate sgan-
it; Jo-Ellen Kandel of Dis-
raeli BBG, mit-mom; Sheri
Aaron of Dalyah, katvanit;
Gail Shifman of Glazer, gis-
barit; Linda Glantz of Aha-
vah, orechet; and Maria
Parker of Ahavah, madriCha.
Installation chairmen were
Barry Gordon of Sporn AZA
and Shiela Monast of Savage
BBG.
Barry Margolis, Mike Nee-
man and Jeff Shifman, retir-
ing AZA council officers,
were honored with silver
Shield of David Awards, the
highest individual achieve.
ment given in Aleph Zadik
Aleph.
Marla Parker, retiring BBG
council president, was hon-
ored with the gold Star of
Deborah, the highest individ-
ual achievement given by
Bnai Brith Girls. Judy Walt
and Pammy Gilbert were
honored with silver Star of
Deborah Awards.
Selected for national BBG
chapter honor roll were Kad-
imah Glazer, and Ahavah
BBGs. The award for best
BBG scrapbook went to Dal-
yah BBG, and the award for
best BBG newspaper was
presented to Glazer BBG.
Individual awards in the
BBG "originality plus con-
test" went to Edee Ritten of
Chavayros BBG for handi-
crafts, Jody Aaron of Dalyah
for literature and Edee Rit-
ten of Chavayros for art.

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Kosher Co-op
Asks for Help

Organizers of Hebrew
House, the kosher cooperative
being formed on the campus
of the University of Michi-
gan, are in search of assist-
ance to furnish the kitchen.
Barbara Siegel, one of the
students who is leading the
effort to establish the coop-
erative, said the group would
appreciate financial donations
as they cannot be sure of the
degree of kosher contributed
items. In addition, they re-
quire commercial-size uten-
sils to accommodate all the
residents.
However, they also need
cleaning items and furniture.
For information, call Miss
Siegel, 665-6867.

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