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June 28, 1974 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-28

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Scholarship Winners Off to Israel

I Justice Dept. In on Redistricting

They Made That Splits Hasidic Community?
The Grade
Richard Scolaro, executive
NEW YORK (JTA) — Fed-

LISA GOLD, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gold of
Starlane Ave., Southfield,
has been awarded a scholar-
ship to participate in an
eight-week mathematics
seminar at Ohio State Uni-
Recent winners of the Fishman Israel Scholarship versity. Only 50 students
Award are shown with their benefactors at the recent pres- throughout the U. S. have
entation: From left, Richard Isenberg, Sandra Goldberg, been accepted to the pro-
Meyer Fishman, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Fishman, Heather gram, which is sponsored by
Haas, Rhonda Baruch and Nathan White.
the National Science Foun-
dation. Lisa is a 12th grader
FENCK:MX.;:IgeM 1 alefnalte4.1 46EXCK:g4V.C:g4Ealr.E2Z* at Southfield High School and
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s
maintains a 4-point average.
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Bnai Brith Clubs, AZA and BBG;
Pick Great Lakes Council Heads

eral District Court Judge
Walter Burchhausen has re-
served decision on a charge
by hasidic Jews that the
newly drawn state assembly
district lines that divide in
half their community of
35,000 persons in Brooklyn's
Williamsburg section dis-
criminates against them in
favor of Blacks and should
be thrown out as unconstitu-
tional.
Nathan Lewin, attorney for
the United Jewish Organiza-
tions of Williamsburg, an
umbrella group for more
than 100 Jewish groups in
the area, charged that the
U. S. Department of Justice
had "strong-armed" the State
Legislature to make the hasi-
dim the "victims of a racial
gerrymander" by insisting
that the new 57th Assembly
district in Brooklyn be at
least 65 per cent Black to
insure the election of a Black
assemblyman.

Girls Barred
From Minyanim
on USY Tour

Beth Yehuda
Has Graduation

,

Creative Party Planning

including

director of the legislative
committee that. drew up new
lines for 28 legislative and
congressional districts, ad-
mitted that the "sole reason"
the hasidim could not be
kept in one district was this
Justice Department demand..

Candy Centerpieces

Personalized Party

Favors

Invitations and Party

Accessories for all occasions.

MARCIA MASSEP'"N

MAIN INGREDIENT
All the world expects of
any college graduate is that
he has learned how to think.

aleph sopher; and Barry
Hurwitz of Herzl, Windsor,
aleph kohen godol.
Other BBG Council officers
Accordionists . Robert and
are Sherry Grossinger, of Anne Lalouf, children of Mr.
Masada BBG, programming and Mrs. Jack Lalouf of St.
s'ganit; Gail S h i f m. a n of Mary's Ave., will accompany
Glazer, outstate s'ganit; Lisa two French singers at the
Moore of Disraeli, MIT-Moth; French Festival Saturday
Sue Caplan of Glazer, kat- and Sunday on the Kern
vanit; Brenda Band of Ma- Block. Proceeds from the
sada, gisbarit;' Jody Craig of festival will go for a French
NEW YORK (JTA)—Lead-
Dalyah orechet; and Debbie room for the Wayne State ers of the United Synagogue
Manela of Brice, madricha. University Nationality Rooms of America's national youth
Installation 'chairmen were Project. Anne and Robert also commission have decided not
David Rosen of Rose AZA will appear on the Bob Hynes to call women for aliyot or
and Amy Garber of Gan Show 1 p.m. Saturday on count them in a niinyan dur-
Dafna BBG.
Channel 9. Anne, who studied, ing the United Synagogue
Honored with the highest accordion for nine years, is' Youth Israel pilgrimage
individual achievement award a former state champion. which leaves for Israel Sun-
of BBG, the Gold Star of Her brother, who has studied day and Monday, according
Deborah, were: Debbie 01- for seven years, placed sec- to Rabbi Paul Freedman, di- 4'
shansky of Ah a vah; Gini ond in state competition. rector of VSY.
The group of about 650
Kaufman, Mara Shapiro and Anne and Robert were grad-
Susan Mars ch of Dalyah; uated from the United He- American and Canadian
Carol Ingber, Debbie Manela brew Schools. Anne attended teen-agers on the pilgrimage
and Elissa Small of Brice; the Midrasha and earned a will continue to follow the
Karen Weisfeld of 'Rappoport; scholarship which enabled traditional Conservative prac-
and Edee 'Bitten of Chavay- her to study at the Hebrew tice despite a ruling by the
Rabbinical Assembly's com-
ros.
University in Jerusalem last mittee on Jewish law and
Honored with the Silver summer.
standards last fall which said
Star of Deborah were: Cathy
Conservative congregations
Silverman of Chav a yros
can, but are not obligated, to
BBG; Beth Morris of Aha-
allow the equal participation
vah;
Linda
Glantz
of
Aha-
LEWIS CHECK,
of men and women in the
vah; and Reena Zoldan of
SHERI AARON
minyan.
Dalyah. Selected for the No•
"We will continue the tra-
tional BBG Chapter Honor _ Recipients of Phi Beta dition of counting only men
and -other scholarship
gappa
Roll
were
Dalyah
and
Benj-
Romeo Ballplayer,
awards , were announced at in the minyan for three rea-
amin Disraeli.
the recent Bete Yehud a sons," said Rabbi Freeman.
Budding All-Star? ,
The award for the best Schools combined graduation "First, our pilgrimage groups
Jon Goldstein is following BBG scrapbook went to Gan of sixth-, ninth- and 12th- will be mixed—they will be
in the footsteps of Hank Dafna, • and the award for the grade students.
composed of some young peo-
Greenberg, Sandy Koufax best BBG newspaper was
ple who would be offended
Elected
to
Phi
Beta
Kappa
and Mike Epstein — he's presented to Benjamin Dis- were Emilia Unger, Dena by the inclusion of women in
making a hit in baseball.
the minyan.
raeli.
"Also, since we always ex-
Individual awards in the Carmen, Miriam Penfil, Lor-
Actually, Jon, the son of
raine
Reisman
and
Yocheved
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Goldstein BBG Originality Plus Contest Klein. Ervin Edelstein re- pect to have at least 10 males
of 37 Mile Rd., Romeo, is went to Beth Morris of Aha- ceived the annual Melvin for our services, the problem
making several hits, as his vah for handicrafts and Lisa Duchan Memorial Award for is not really operative. The
last reason is that the na-
.590 batting average proves. Small of Brice for literature. Scholarship.
tional youth commission and
A junior at Almont High AZA awards were presented
Four of the 12th grade I agree that women should
School, Jon has been a to Chuck Kinzer of Akiba for
Raider since his freshman the photography contest, and graduates will pursue their not be counted in the minyan.
"I am in effect the rabbi
year when he batted .275. As Akiba was honored with the studies in Israel.
Among the 78 graduates, of the pilgrimage, and since
a sophomore, he upped his AZA Chapter _Golden Year
many of whom were second- the Conservative ruling
average to .475 and in his Award.
generation Beth Yehuda stu- places the decision of whether
junior year hit the .590 mark.
dents, were nine Michigan or not to count women with
His coach, Bob Glavich, Lahav USY to Have
Competitive Scholarship and the individual congregation,
says of the young outfielder,
scholastic writing award it is the leaders of the pil-
"Jon's got a real good arm, Installation, Dinner
Lahav United Synagogue winners.
grimage who have the ulti-
he can throw the ball 300
feet on the line. And in hit- Youth will have its installa-
At the ceremony, at which mate decision."
Of the 650 young people on
ting, he's the best ballplayer tion of officers and barbecue Rabbi David Lieberman was
5 p.m. Sunday at the home of
the pilgrimage, approximate-
I've ever had."
the main speaker, the Beth
Among the honors he re- Judge and Mrs. Ben Fried- Jacob School dedicated its ly 280 will be male and 370
0
a
k
will be female. "There prob-
man,
25911
Stratford,
ceived for his baseball
yearbook to Mr. and Mrs. ably will be some young
achievements, Jon was the Park.
Seymour
Rabinowitz.
women who will challenge
Officers to be installed are
athlete of the week in the
Yeshiva students presented our ruling, but they must
Port Huron Times Herald Howard Mitz, president;
"Lessons of Fire," a slide realize that it was not made
and featured athlete for the Sheryl Rose, Dan Levy and show
describing the events of to offend, and we want to an-
Pam
Lippitt,
vice
presidents;
Macomb Daily, and was
swer their challenges," Rab-
named to the Regional 6 Jeff Cantor, treasurer; Jerry the Yom Kippur War.
First Team of the Michigan Friedman, religious c ha ir- , A number of newly arrived bi Freedman said.
High School Coaches Associ- man; and Beth Geller and Russian Jews attended the
Classifieds Get Quick Results
ceremony.
Diane Burlant, secretaries.
ation.

Lewis Check of Posen AZA
and Sheri Aaron of Dalyah
B•BG were installed as pres-
idents of the Great Lakes
AZA and BBG Councils re-
spectively, at the annual in-
stallations held at Cong. Bnai
Moshe.
Charles Milan, who estab-
lished a Bnai 'Brith camp in
Canada, received an honor-
ary Aleph Godol pin, making
him an honorary president of
the Great Lakes AZA Council.
AZA also installed J e f f
Sprague of Brandeis and
Richard Ka men of Herzl,
Windsor, 'aleph s'gan rishon
and aleph s'gan shaynee;
Jeff Edelstein of Jolson, aleph
moreh; Chuck Kessler of
Rose, aleph gisbor; Ken
Block of Jolson, aleph maz:
kir; Gary Fink of Goode,
way

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38—Friday, June 28, 1974

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