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December 07, 1973 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-07

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Youth Events
at Bnai Moshe

Goode AZA Goes Arty for Israel

Goode AZA of the gnai gency Fund, according to
Brith Youth Organization will Mike Fink, president.
Lithographs, etchings, oil
The Bnai Moshe Senior hold a fund-raising art auc-
United Synagogue Youth will tion Sunday, starting with a paintings and sculpture,
sponsor a movie night 8 p.m. 7 p.m. preview, at the priced from $1 to $4,000, will
be auctioned. David Warsh
Saturday at the synagogue. Gallery Art Center.
is chairman. For information,
"Brian's Song" and a Marx
A portion of the proceeds call Dave evenings at 626-
Brothers movie will be fea-
will go to the Israel Emer- 5634.
,WitYX1/k;7 7.'

Bnai Moshe USY groups in 0:5:7.411k.MM.1..
grades 3-8 will install its of-
ficers and recognize its
members at a special oneg
Shabat ceremony 7:30 p.m.
today at the synagogue. Par- ft1D2K.M.:52052FMMateMill= zmalazimwsgagasat
ents and children are invited.
Refreshments and Israeli
singing will follow.
An "oil crisis" of another of December programs at the
Grades 3-8 will meet 1:30
p.m. Sunday at the syna- era will be recalled in the Bayit.
The Bayit (House), 16845
' for a visit to Henry observance of the Festival of
. Museum. All those who Lights, Hanuka, in a series Muirland, holds open house
for Jewish young adults each
wish to go must have a per-
Tuesday evening. Felafel is
mission slip signed by their
served. Next week, at 8 p.m.,
Cantor Harold Orbach of
At the last general meet-
Temple Israel, president of
ing, USY members chose
the American Conference of
new names for their groups.
Cantors, will converse with
Grades 3-4 call themselves
Hillel Day School's student the participants.
the Giborim (Heroes), while
At 8 p.m. Dec. 18, Prof.
the 5-6 graders are now council this year is actively
known as the Halutzim involved in community and Itzhak Galnor, visiting pro-
school affairs. More than fessor of political science at
$3,000 was collected by the Wayne State University, will
* * *
students and sent to Israel.
TOR and Tefilin Club will Besides community service speak on "The Israeli Politi-
cal Situation."
meet 8:30 a.m. Sundays at projects, social activities also
There will be a Hanuka
the synagogue. Following are planned. In the near
with food, games and
services, breakfast will be future there will be a week-
served, and there will be end at Camp Tamarack for music, 8 p.m. Dec. 25. Ralph
Goren, a music major at
bowling and discussion.
the high school students, Oakland University, will per-
For information on any of grades 9 and 10.
the groups or their activities,
The officers for 1973-74 are
For information, call the
call the Bnai Moshe office, Donna Katzman, president; Vicki
Rubin, vice president; Nancy Bayit, 861-1929.
Margolin, secretary; and Amy

Yoluith News ov

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Series of Events Set at `Bayit'

Heiman, treasurer. Adviser is
Mrs. Rochelle Iczkovitz.

Two students from each
grade, 4th and up, were
chosen as class representa-
tives. They are to carry ideas
from their classmates to the
council and keep them in-
formed about future activi-
Following two weeks of en- ties. The representatives are
thusiastic campaigning, Aki- as follows:
va held its student council
4th grade, Andy Cykiert and
elections. After two separate Robert Klyman; 5th grade, How-
ard Korman and Mark Klyman;
assemblies (both tape-record- 6th grade, Jeff Rollins and Eyal
ed to send to our 12th grad- Tzeel; 7th grade, Roberta Gold-
man and Michael Burlant; 8th
ers in Israel) the votes were grade,
Avery Gottfried and Benjy
tallied, and the two new Lerman; 9th grade, Judy Frank
and Cathy Dicker; and 10th
boards were chosen.
grade, Robert Mames and David
Junior and senior council Rozwaski.
officers are Sue Rothenberg,
president; Michael Schwartz-
berg, vice president; Shira
Shuchatowitz, secretary, and
Jonathon Wacks, treasurer.
Elementary council officers
are Akiva Goldman, presi-
dent; Jay Jubas, vice presi-
Jacob Lascu will star as
dent; and Zoe Levin, secre- ballet master "William of
Pesaro," Irene Swerdlow as
Many of the junior and forgetful "Lady Rosemary"
senior high students gave up and Michael Burden as
their lunch recess to watch "Capriol" in the performance
the elections of the younger of "The Little Lady Who
council. The councils hold Couldn't Learn," a Renais-
the majority of their meet- sance dance-drama perform-
ings after school.
ed by the Jewish Center's
During the war, our 12th Young Dancers Guild 2 p.m.
graders in Israel worked in Dec. 16 in the Aaron DeRoy
the hospitals to help the Theater.
wounded, while students here
There will be only one
raised more than $1,000 to public performance. Tickets
are on sale.
', se blood.

Action Line

Young Dancers
Will Stage

WZO Youth Map
Talks on Jerusalem

NEW YORK — Jerusalem
will be the major theme of
the fourth annual Yediat Is-
rael Program for religious
school students jointly spon-
sored by the departments of
education and culture of the
American Section of the
World Zionist Organization
and the department of youth
and education of the Jewish
National Fund.
The Yediat (Knowledge of
Israel) project presents the
Ami Award (Award of Merit
of Israel), which consists of
gold, silver and bronze pins,
to all students who sucess-
fully pass the noncompetitive
national test based upon in-
dividual achievement.

Leadership Event
Slated by MSTY

School to Start
New Trimester

Adat Shalom Youth Com-
munity School will begin its
second trimester with an ex-
panded roster of Judaic
study courses for students in
grades 8-12 at 10 a.m. Sun-
day and 6:45 p.m. Wednes-
day at the synagogue.
Students in the school are
eligible for confirmation at
Adat Shalom after three
years' study. .
Featured this trimester will
be courses by Rabbi Jacob
Segal in the Ten Command-
ments and by Rabbi Seymour
Rosenbloom in "What Can I
Believe?" "Israeli Dance,"
"Israel Today" and "Modern
Bible Study" are included.
The community is invited
to take part. For information,
call Sandy Rosen, 851-5100.

Young Israel Sets
Weekend Parley

Jewish Boston
Guide Issued

An interesting example for

other large Jewish commun-
Visitors in Boston seeking
guidance to Jewish public
buildings, institutions, restau-
rants, are guided by an in-
teresting 96-page pamphlet,
"Jewish Boston."
Subtitled "A Guide to Jew-
ish Life in the Greater Boston
Jewish Community, with a
Massachusetts Supplement,"
this brochure equips visitors
fully in their search for Jew-
ish public buildings, restau-
rants, the community's news-
papers, Zionist headquarters,
welfare agencies, the Welfare
Federation, etc.
Morey Schapira and Robert
Brauner are the co-editors of
this large-sized guide which,
serves a good purpose not
only for out-of-the-city visi-
tors but for Bostonians as
The schools are listed, the
institutions of higher learning
are described — including
the Hebrew College—and the
day schools can be located
through this medium.
Jewish Roston, Inc., is the
non-profit agency that pro-
duces these guides.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 7, 1973-43

Old Newsboys Due for Annual Drive

The annual Old Newsboys
Goodfellow Fund drive on
Monday will again seek con-
tributions to bring a happy
holiday to needy children of
A number of Jewish lead-

newspapers as young boys
are active in the organiza-
tion. They include assistant
treasurer George M. Stutz
and secretary Samuel W.

About 200 Old Newsboys

will sell special Goodfellow
editions of the metropolitan
daily newspapers in hopes of
The senior adult knitting raising $200,000 for 25,000

Knitters to Sell Items
as Aid to Israel

class of the Jewish Center children.
will hold a sale of hand-made
articles for gift items from
9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the 10 Mile Center.
Proceeds will go to the Israel


Emengency Fund.

Music For All Occasions

Classifieds Get Quick Results

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Degania Chapter, Pioneer
Women, invites the public to
a Children's Hanuka Carni-
val 1-4 p.m. Dec. 16 at the
Labor Zionist Institute. A
puppet show, games, refresh-
ments and prizes will high-
light the afternoon.
For tickets, call the Pio-
neer Women office, 851-0750.
Planning committee mem-
bers are Judy Holtz, Toby
Salinger and Jo-Ann Bloom-



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Evil propels me and reform
Young Israel Teens of the
Bank Americard & Master Charge Honored
evil propels me. — Walt
National Conference of Syna-
gogue Youth (NCSY) will
host a district convention for
200 of its members from
throughout the Midwest Dec.
14-16 at Young Israel of Oak-
A He b r e w folk-singing
group, Ruach Revival, will
participate in the weekend
activities along with rabbis
and advisers. Danny Butler,
regional director will speak.
For information, call Terri
Leiderman, 547-7460.
Junior Young Israel Teens,
grades 6-8, will take over
Shabat services Saturday at
Young Israel of Greenfield.
A luncheon will follow, with
Rabbi Abraham Zentman as
guest speaker.
Tel Aviv — Haifa
4 nights Tel Aviv
On Sunday, the group will
S nights Jerusalem
Kibbutz — Jerusalem
sponsor a mystery road rally.
Members will meet at Young
Israel of Greenfield at 1 p.m.
Includes: • Air transportation from Detroit (via NYC with EL AL ISRAEL AIRLINES)
For information, call Hartley
• Deluxe hotels • Daily Israeli breakfast • Transfers • 6 full days sightseeing
Harris, adviser, 968-3563.

Michigan State Temple
Youth (MSTY) will hold its
leadership conference today
through Sunday at the Kel-
logg Center in East Lansing.
The study-weekend is hosted
by the MSTY executive
The main topic of the week-
end, leadership, will be dis-
cussed by members of the
communications department
of Michigan State University.
The conference is held for the
benefit of sophomores and
juniors who are considering
leadership positions on their
Great is the man who ig-
own boards for next year.
nores his own dignity and is
not angered at affronts—Mi-
Classifieds Get Quick Results 1 drash Gadol u-Gedolah.


Special Hanukah

Pioneer Women
Plan Carnival

Shmuel Barchad, shaliakh
to the Bnei Akiva Religious
Zionist youth movement in
Detroit, said this week that
there is a great need for vol-
unteers to work on the re-
ligious kibutzim of Israel,
while their members are
serving in the army during
the crisis.
For information, call Bar-
chad at 544-1549.

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