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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-30

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32—Friday, August 30, 1974

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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YI Youth Services for High Holy Days

Young Israel Teens, an af-
filiate of the National Con-
ference of Synagogue Youth,
will sponsor Rosh Hashana
and Yom Kippur services for
youth age 8-18 beginning 9
a.m. Sept. 17 and 18, and
9 a.m. Sept. 26 at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods.
For tickets and reserva-
tions, call Sheldon Mandel-
baum, 547-0794, or Howard
Ginsburg, 398-7820.
Meanwhile, the chapter an-

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nounces that the Central
East Region of NYSY, will
have its sixth annual leader-
ship training seminar Sunday
through Tuesday at the New
Hope Synagogue in Cincin-
nati.
The seminar will help teen-
agers from five states, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, Michigan, In-
diana and West. Virginia, de-
velop skills in organization,
programing, memb e r ship,
publicity and social action.
Youth interested in attend-
ing the seminar may call
Sheldon, 547-0794.

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U.S. Jews From Poland Offer Youth Essay Contes ton Holocaust

The Congress of American
Jews from Poland in Los
Angeles, a philanthropic, non-
profit corporation, announced
it will hold its second essay
contest on "A Study on How
to Prevent a Recurrence of
the Holocaust."

The contest is open to stu-
dents of high schools, col-
leges, universities and other
educational institutions. The
contestant must agree to the
enumerated rules.
Each entry must reflect the
independent research efforts
of the contestant and contain
no less than 4,000 and no
more than 7,000 words. Three
copies of each entry must be
submitted, and should be
typed, double-spaced and on
one side of the paper only.

Center Swim
Club Popular

The Red Cross—Swim and

Stay Fit Program at the main
Jewish Center is gaining
popularity because of its re-
laxed physical fitness regi-
men •
According to Audrey Holm-
berg, aquatic director at the
Center, the program has 68
members, almost more than
it can handle.
The program is designed
to encourage individuals to
swim on a regular basis to
improve circulation, strength-
en abdominal muscles, in-
crease movement within the
joints and to relieve physical
and mental tension.
Persons participating in
the program are required to
swim 1/4 of a mile (18 laps)
during each visit, and are
allowed to rest between
laps if they wish. Each per-
son may record his distance,
and every two months his
mileage is computed and sub-
mitted to the Center News.
Top distance swimmers are
Bettie Eichenhorn, 8261/2
miles; Dr. B. Katz, 619 1/2
miles; and Irving Collen, 600
3 /4 miles. Other top swimmers
are Frances Gothelf, Lou
Issacs, Evelyn Silverman and
Ira Gantz.
New members include Ben
Gorney, Jewish News adver-
tising salesman, who at age
81 swims 3 /4 of a mile two
or three times a week; How-
ard Chak, Betty Shapiro,
Burt Applebaum, Doris Good-
man, David Goodman and
Pearl Sherman.
Red Cross certificates are
issued upon the completion
of 50 miles. Patches and pins
also are available. The Cen-
ter awards trophies to swim-
mers who reach the 500 mile
mark. For information on
the program, call Mrs. Holm-
berg at the Center, 341-4200,
ext. 270.

Zionist Group Plans
Fund-Raising Dinner

Branch Seven, Labor Zion-
ist Alliance, will hold its an-
nual fund-raising dinner-5:30
p.m. Sept. 8, at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Chaim Milinsky,
32467 Evergreen, Beverly
Hills.
Irving Tukel will speak on
"Problems of the Middle
East." For information, call
. Mrs. Tom Tannis, 557-5538.

All a fellow has to do to
live to a ripe old age is just
keep right on living.

Manuscripts are to be
marked by a code only in-
stead of signed. The identical
code must be marked on the
sealed envelope attached to
the submitted manuscript.

The envelope should include
the name and address of the
contestant, a short biography,
name of the school he/she
attends and a bibliography of
resources used.

They Made I
The Grade

BBYO
Business

The 1974 AZA summer
softball league concluded re-
cently at Webster Park,
Southfield, with a champion-
ship game, all-star game and
picnic. Champion of the
league was Al Jolson AZA of
Livonia. Alexander D. Goode
AZA came in second place.
Gail Shifman of Glazer
BBG has been appointed to
the position of international
service fund chairman by the
District Six BBG Association.
Last year, Gail served as
treasurer of the Great Lakes
BBG Council. She is vice
president for outstate areas.
The first BBG Council
meeting of the 1974-75 pro-
gram year will be held 7 p.m.
Thursday at the BBYO Coun-
cil Office. The first AZA
Council meeting of the year
will be held 7 p.m. Sept. 9,
at the BBYO Council Office.

Bnai Moshe Youth
Set Shabat Services

Cong. Bnai Moshe will be-
gin its Saturday morning
Youth Sabbath groups 10
a.m., Sept. 7.
The junior congregation,,
ages 8-13, will be led by Mark
Eichner. Story Hour will be
divided into two groups; 3-4
yera lods, led by Toby Ship-
per, and 5-7 year lds, led by
Steve Kideckel.
Senior United Synagogue
Youth will hold services in
the chapel. High Holy Day
youth services will be held
for youngsters ages 3 through
teens. For information, call
the synagogue, 548-9000.

Food for thought is the only
kind that hasn't risen in
price.

Livonia Student Gets
Bnai Brith Award

All entries remain the prop-
erty of the congress which
reserves the right to publish'
any of them in their entirety
or in part. The names of the
winners of the prizes will be
publicized in the press on
Oct. 1, 1975. Five cash prizes
will be awarded.
The panel of judges con-
sists of the following experts
in the field of Holocaust lit-
erature: Dr. Bernard Cohen,
Dr. Judah Pilch and Dr.
Abraham Zygielbaum.
Deadline for submitting en-
tries is April 30, 1975. Manu-
scripts may be addressed to:
Benjamin Grey, Chairman;
Contest Commission, Mon
gress of American Jews )1.1
Poland, 6534 Moore Dr., .cos -
Angeles, Calif. 90048.

DATING SERVICE 1

SINGLE ADULTS 18-40

THE YENTA

Box 5185
Orchard Lake, Mi. 48033
enclose stomped envelope

Karen Weisfeld of Hill-
brook Ave, Livonia, is the
1974 recipient of the Lawr-
ence Berk Memorial Scholar-
ship that is awarded annually
by Brotherhood Lodge of
Bnai Brith. Mr. Berk was a
founding member and past
president of the lodge. The
scholarship is awarded to a
graduating senior of a Livonia
high school whose academic
and extracurricular activities
best exemplify the ideals of
Bnai Brith benevolence,
brotherly love and harmony.

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