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June 14, 1974 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 14, 1974-37

Bnai Moshe Youth Events

Bnai Moshe youth will end
Classifieds Get Quick Results activities for the year with
a family —outing to Cedar
FATHER'S DAY
Point Sunday, leaving 8 a.m.
JUNE 16
from the synagogue.
* * *
CONTINENTAL
Watch & Jewelry
Senior United Synagogue
Youth will sponsor a canoe
210 S. Woodward
(in the Continental Mkt.)
trip leaving 7:30 a.m. Sunday
642-0423 Daily 9:30-6
from the synagogue. Mem-

JUDIES

Fine Fashions

'udy Schultz

Arlene Gurecki

Fon information on Bnai
Moshe youth activities, call
the synagogue office, 548-
9000.

Judies— Exclusive Fashion
at Moderate Prices

Summer Fashions
Arriving Daily

Picnic Is Planned
by Beth Yehuda

• PANTSUITS • DRESSES • PARTY
PAJAMAS • TENNIS DRESSES
• SPORTSWEAR

Sizes for Juniors, Misses, Half Sizes
Sizes 3 to 241/2

14 Kt. Fine Jewelry — Dangle Rings
(with large-selection of charms)

2635 Coolidge (corner Catalpa)

548-0390

Starting June-20th
Open 10-8 Thurs.

BANKAMERICARD

master charge

Mon.-Sat. 10-4:30

ueleome tfete

bers must have turned in
consent forms to go.
* *
Junior Congregation (ages
8-13) will hold its last Sab-
bath service 10 a.m. Satur-
day morning. Final presenta-
tion of pins will be made to
members who have attended
regularly.
::
*
Parents interested in in-
volving their youngsters in
the Bnai Moshe youth pro-
gram next fall may do so by
sending in the child's name,
age and grade for next
year's mailing list. Youth
activities at Bnai Moshe will
resume with the High Holy
Days in September.

The Beth Yehudah Schools
will have a picnic 11 a.m.
Sunday at Belle Creek Park,
Five Mile and Inkster Rds.
There will be races, games,
prizes and a special Father's
Day baseball game. Refresh-
ments and drinks will be
served.
Larry Singal is chairman
of the picnic. Assistants are
Mesdames Bina Avtzo n,
Hilda Cohen, Esther Bakst,
Hannah Bakst, Harriet Halon
and Dorothy Hirsch. For in-
formation, call the Beth
Yehuda Schools, 557-6750,

Classifieds Get Quick Results

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Mrs. Kaufman
Heads MDA

Lillian L. Kaufman has
been elected president of the
Greater Detroit-Southeastern
Michigan chapter of Muscu-
lar Dystrophy Associations of
America, Inc. Mrs. Kaufman,
wife of Probate Court Presid-
ing Judge Ira G. Kaufman,
formerly served the chapter
as vice president. Active for
17 years as a dystrophy vol-
unteer, Mrs. Kaufman was
instrumental in approaching
the Holden Fund for sponsor-
ship of the annual Muscular
Dystrophy Summer Camp
and for the Holden Fund's
gift of a specially designed
van to transport dystrophy
patients in wheelchairs. Mrs.
Kaufman also initiated, and
continues to arrange, the an-
nual Christmas party for dy-
strophic youngsters.

*

50,000 Young Adults
Due to Participate in
Reform Programs

NEW YORK — The Union
of American Hebrew Congre-
gations announced that a
record number of 50,000 Re-
form Jewish high school and
college youths will partici-
pate in educational and self-
identification programs both
here and in Israel during the
1974-75 congregational year.
Reform Jewish laymen and
rabbis attending the annual
board of trustees meeting of
the .UAHC at the House of
Living Judaism, were told
that these youth activities
will assist in preparing these
young - Jews as future Jewish
leaders.
-- Rabbi Stephen A. Schafer,
director of the UAHC's youth
division, explained that these
varied programs are being
conducted in Israel, at the
UAHC camps, on the college
campus and in the synagogue
and "are designed to give
the young person the neces-
sary tools of 'knowledge and
community leadership to
tackle the problems of Jew-
ish life tomorrow."

Custom Wallpaper Hanging
Fully Insured and Neat

Carnival Kit
Helps Kids-
Help Others

Conceit may puff a man
up, but never prop him. —
John Ruskin.

Mrs. Harvey E. Sibrack,
pianist and teacher, recently
presented the following stu-
dents in solo and duo-piano
performances: Rebecca Her-
man, Cindy Goodman, Eileen
Smith, Michael Ninowski,
Julie Stark, Joanna Stark,
Anne Hoffman, Kai Christ-
ianson, Lisa Leopold, Gail
Shifman, Eric Silverman,
Lisa Ninowski, Susan Leo-
pold, Sue Friedman and
Daniel Stearns.
* * *
BENJAMIN MICZNIK, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Shlomo
Micznik of Fairfax Ave.,
Southfield, a graduate of
Southfield - Lathrup Senior
High, recently received
awards for National Honor
Society, participation in the
Detroit Metro Science - Fair
and excellence in the field of
English. Benjamin is serving
his second term as president
of the Jewish Center Radio
Club and will attend the Uni-
versity of Michigan in the
fall.

Walls Alive

*

Children looking for some-
thing to do this summer can
do a good deed and have a
good time in the bargain,
thanks to a free "how to do
it" carnival kit, available
from the Greater-Southeast-
ern Michigan chapter of
Muscular Dystrophy Associ-
ations.
The colorful, 12-page kit
contains complete instruc-
tions for staging a backyard
"Carnival Against Dystro-
phy," with proceeds going to
dystrophic children.
The kit , contains cut-out
tickets, badges, booth signs
and even ring-masters'
moustaches and bow ties. In-
structions for setting up a
ring toss, penny pitch, bal-
loon relay, marble shoot and
other games also are in-
cluded.
Colorful posters are pro-
vided to advertise the carni-
val to neighborhood friends
and relatives.
Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman,
president of the local MDAA
chapter, said "It really
doesn't matter whether the
child raises $2 or $200 . . .
the important thing is doing
something for someone else."
Proceeds from "Carnivals
Against Dystrophy" help to
provide medical care, ther-
apy, wheelchairs, braces and
other services, free of
charge, to dystrophy patients
throughout southeastern
Michigan.
Carnival kits may be ob-
tained by writing: "Carnivals
Against Dystrophy," P. 0.
Box 409, Royal Oak, Mich.
48067.

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The Grade

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