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December 21, 1973 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-21

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36—Friday, Dec. 21, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Center Announces Winners
of Teme Skully Essay Contest

Winners in the Jewish Cen-
ter 1973 Teme Skully Essay
Contest on "The Middle East
Situation" have been an-
nounced.

field, is a student at Yale
University. Jane Marx re-
ceived a second place award
for "The Dew of Thy Youth
—the New Left in Israel,"
and Cary Schwimmer won
the additional second place
prize for "War in the Middle
East vs. American Competi-
tiveness."
In the 18-20-year-old cate-
gory, Richard Trohm an
placed first for "On Avoid-
ing Commitment — the Art
of Running in Place."
Marilyn Betman took first
place for "An Underground
Solution to the Middle East
Crisis." Second place win-
ner, Ralph Goren, titled his
essay "A Time for Peace."
Judges included Suzy Farb-
man, columnist; Norm a
Goldman, adjunct assistant
professor in Wayne State
University's department of
English; Leon Wayburn, ad-
vertising executive; mem-
bers of the Center's board of
directors; and Larry Berke,
Center director of public re-
lations.

First prize winners re-
ceived $125 in cash, and sec-
ond place winners received
$75. An additional second
prize was awarded in the
16-17-year-old category.
Winners include Debra
Rowe, first prize winner in
the 16-17-year-old category
for "The Arab-Israeli Con-
flict — Some Insights and
Solutions." Debra, of South-

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Youth Events
at Bnai Moshe

Cong. Bnai Moshe will have
a Shabat luncheon for college
youth following 9 a•m. serv-
ices Saturday at the syna-
gogue. Students will take
part in the services. Guest
speaker will be Gordon Sil-
verman.
*
*
*
Senior United Synagogue
youth will celebrate Hanuka
with a party 7:30 p.m. Satur-
day at the synagogue. Kadi-
ma USY will meet for the
last time this year Saturday
at 7:30 at the synagogue to
light the Hanuka candles,
and then join the Junior
Young Israel Teens for a
Hanuka Monte Carlo Night.
Parents are asked to pick up
their children at Young Israel
of Greenfield.
*
*
*
USY groups, grades 3-8,
will meet again in January.

Kochav Youth
Event for Charity

Denims, Scrubs ; navy, darks and
pastels, sizes 3 to 15 from $10.00.
Low and medium rise, straight legs
to bells ; cuffed and uncuffed.

Cong. Bnai David's Kochav
youth group will hold a
Coney Island Night to raise
funds for the Torah Fund, Na-
tional Conference of Syna-
gogue Youth charity fund,
7:30 p.m. Dec. 29 at the syn-
agogue.
There is a nominal charge,
and the public is invited. For
reservations, call Sue Kend-
ler, president, 531 - 5712, or
Ronald Schwarzberg, 557-
4157.

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Winter vacation at the Jew- taking place during that
ish Center will feature spe- time.
Dates of coverage will be
cial holiday activities for all
determined when the pass is
age groups.
LYNN MEDOW, daughter
The Mini-Camp for young- issued.
of Mr. and Mrs. Abram Me-
The special $5 pass may be dow of Ludlow Ave., Hunting-
sters Dec. 26-28 will feature
swimming, r oller - skating, purchased at the Center ton Woods, was in the cast
cooking, dancing, a presen- cashier's window, and proof of Michigan State Universi-
tation of "Pinocchio" and of student status must be ty's production of "Babes in
special Hanuka activities. demonstrated. For informa- Toyland" by Victor Herbert.
A shuttle bus service will be tion on all activities, contact Miss Medow is a senior ma-
the Center, 341-4200.
available.
joring in theater. She is a
graduate of Berkley High
Also on those dates, the
School.
Center will offer a Winter Bnos Chabad Party
Mini-Safari and Olympic Day
Girls of age 7-14 are invited
for 7th and 8th graders. to celebrate Hanuka with
The Best To You
Olympic Day, 1:15-4 p.m., Bnos Chabad Girls Group at
Dec. 28 at the 10 Mile Cong. Mishkan Israel 7:30
branch, will involve individ- p.m. Sunday.
ual competition, track and
There will be singing and
field and team sports.
dancing, latkes and other re-
* *
freshments.
A three day weekend at
Camp Tamarack is in store
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Weddings, Bar Mitzvas &
SMALL COMBOS
Dec. 28-30. Ice skating, to-
Other Occasions.
bogganning and outdoor-in-
door activities are planned.
474-7768
The fee includes transpor-
tation from the Center 10
Mile branch, lodging and
meals. Registration must be
in person or by mail.
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*
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guest pass, which entitles
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Ernie Weinstein has been
appointed by the Bnai Brith
Youth Commission as pro-
gram director for Michigan
Region BBYO. Weinstein, 23,
is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Michigan—Flint and
will have primary responsi-
bilities in the area of mem-
bership recruitment, chapter
service and new chapter
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Center Lists Holiday Activities

Junoir Young Israel Teens,
grades 6-8, will sponsor a
Hanuka Monte Carlo Night
7:30 p.m. Saturday at Young
Israel Center of Greenfield.
Admission includes games
and refreshments. For infor-
mation, call Hartley Harris,
adviser, 968-3563.

Unselfishness
The secret of being loved
is in being lovely; and the
secret of being lovely is
being unselfish.—J. G. Hol-
land.

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day at the yeshiva building.
Games, prizes, refreshments
and a gift shop will highlight
the annual event.
Mrs. Hilda Cohen is the
carnival co-ordinator, and
Rabbi Avraham Friedman
will supervise games and
prizes. The public is invited.

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Lahav USY Plans
Meeting Saturday

Cong. Beth Achim's Lahav
United Synagogue Youth will
hold a meeting 7 p.m. Sat-
urday at the synagogue.
A Games Night will follow.
There is an admission charge
and the public is invited. For
information, call Barry Lip-
pitt, 353-4477.

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