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September 21, 1973 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Reva Shwayder to Show Work

Twenty - five paintings by
Michigan artist Reva Shway-
der will be exhibited in a
one-woman show Oct. 9-27 at
Rubiner Gallery.
In this show, the 70-year-
old artist reflects on land-
scape and nature in the
world around her, through
the use of acrylic paint and
gold and silver leaf collage
applied to canvas. She also
works with an aluminum
background.
Her works hang in more
than 500 private collections,

as well as important corpor- t x,
ate collections.
The opening reception for
"The World Around Me" will
be held from 7 to 10 p.m.
Oct. 9.


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Adat Shalom Synagogue
youth are invited to a Shabat
afternoon of study 3:30 p.m.
Saturday at the home of
Rabbi Seymour Rosenbloom,

Beth Moses USY
to Install Officers

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Beth Moses Chevra Junior
United Synagogue Youth will
hold its installation of offi-
cers today at the synagogue.
New officers are Edward
H u r v i t z, president; Scott
Monchnick, vice president;
Jackie Green, secretary; and
Mark Spalter, treasurer.
This group is open to all
boys and girls in grades 7-9.
On the following night, at
8:30, Chevra will have a
party in the youth lounge, fol-
lowed by Slihot services con-
ducted by the youth.
For information, call Ed-
ward, 557-0822 or 557-0821.

They Made
The Grade

Among the Oak Park High
School students who were
named semifinalists in the
1974 National Merit Scholar-
ship Program are Avi Black,
James Golden, Richard Gold-
farb, Elliott G-oldstick, Rob-
ert Schloss, David Witten-
berg and Karen Wrubel.
They will compete for about
3,100 merit scholarships to
be awarded in the spring. In
the 18 annual competitions
completed to date, more than
$95,500,000 in scholarships
have been awarded to 34, 450
students.
* *
MATT HOFFMAN of the
University of Michigan was
named Midwest coordinator
of Yavneh, the national re-
ligious Jewish university stu-
dent association, at its recent
convention in Indian Orch-
ard, Pa. Aaron Reichel is
national president.

29644 Middlebelt, Farming-
ton Twp. Maimonides' "Laws
of Repentance" will be dis-
cussed.
Students will be able to
participate in role-playing
sketches. Mrs. Sandra Rosen,
d i r t o r of education and
youth, invites newcomers.
For information, call the
synagogue office, 851-5100.

Sephardic Division
Plans 1st Conclave

NEW YORK (JTA)—The
first national conference of
the youth division of the
American Sephardi Federa-
tion will be held Nov. 20-23,
at Cong. Or VeShalom in
Atlanta, Mati Ronen, execu-
tive director of the American
Sephardi Federation, said.
"The convention," said
Ronen, "will be devoted to
defining the ways in which
we can best implement the
objective of the youth di-
vision."
These objectives, according
to Ronen, include strength-
ening the unity of Sephardic
Jewry in America and Is-
rael, and strengthening and
preserving the Sephardic
heritage, tradition and cul-
ture here and throughout the
wor ld.

Habonim to Host
Dinner Meeting

Friday, Sept. 21, 1973-39

Action Committee to Hold Gathering

The Detroit Action Com-
mittee for Soviet Jewry will
meet 8 p.m. Oct. 8 at the 10
Mile Jewish Center. The pub-
lic is invited.
For information, call Ar-
nold Michlin, co-chairman,
626-1570.
Michlin was in Washington
last weekend to deliver a
report on Detroit activities
at a meeting of the Union of
Councils for Soviet Jewry.
The local group is now for-

mally affiliated with the
union.

Our people is a people only
by virtue of its Torah.—Saa-
dia.

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Habonim, the Labor Zion-
ist youth movement , will
meet '7 p.m. Sept. 28 at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Din-
ner will be served.
Among the evening's acti-
vities are a short presenta-
tion, discussions, games, He-
brew singalong, Israeli danc-
ing and slides of Israel.
Youth in grade five and
up are invited. For informa-
tion, call Steve Gorosh, 557-
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Bnai Moshe USY
Plans Car Wash

Bnai Moshe Senior United
Synagogue Youth will hold a
car wash 8:30 ,a.m.-2 p.m.
Sunday in the synagogue
parking lot.
Selihot youth services will
be held 10 p.m. Saturday
highlighted by special read-
ings and Hasidic folktales.
Refreshments will follow.

Officers Installed

New Michigan State Tem-
ple Youth (MSTY) officers
installed at the Camp Sea-
Gull summer conclave are:
President, aDn Leven; vice
presidents, Beki Dorman and
Ron Rosenberg; national
board members, Don Share
and Steve Gretchko; secre-
tary, Nancy Greene; and
treasurer, Nancy Reinheimer.

The OAK PARK CIVIC
CHORUS directed by Charles
Weiner has openings for ad-
ditional singers. The chorus,
in its sixth season, will begin
rehearsals in October and
will meet 8 p.m. Mondays at
Oak Park High School. For
information, c a 11 Marian
Bates, 968-1074.

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