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September 13, 1974 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
58—Friday, Sept. 13, 1974

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Happy
New Year

From

MR. and MRS.

LARRY M.
STERN
!All0

Dexter
Chevrolet

USY Establishes
a Football League

A Happy and Healthy New Year

Untied Synagogue Youth is
forming an inter-chapter
football league with two di-
visions for grades 0-8 and
9-12. Practices are being
held in preparation for the
scheduled opening game Oct.
20.

All games will be played
1 p.m. Sundays, Youth who
arc members of a USY
chapter or junior chapter
are eligible to join, For in-
formation, contact youth ad-
visers, Monte Schloss, Cong.
Bnai Moshe, 548-9000, or
Maurice Klein, Cong. Shaar-
ey Zedek, 357-5544.

DEAL) HEAT
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lieve the right of way belongs
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To All Our Family and Friends

out h News '.7.: i1E•

Dr. and Mrs. Morris S. Brent

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BBYO Names Internationa-1
Heads; Celebrates 50th Year

ALBERT EINSTEIN LODGE

STARLIGHT. Pa. — Bruce Ford at the White House
Houston, shortly after his election.
17.
Zimmerman,
and Janni Lehrer, 18, Sas-
The priorities for the com-
katoon, Sask. were, elected ing year were considered to
international presidents of be the enrichment of chap-
Aleph Zaclik Aleph and Bnai ter programs, reaching out
Brith Girls, respectively. The to the unaffiliated, and an
election was the climax of increase in the raising of
BBYO's golden anniversary funds for charitable and edu-
conventions, observing the cational purposes.
50th year of the existence of
More than 400 delegates
the Jewish youth movement. representing communities in
.Janni Lehrer. a freshman the United States, Canada,
at the University of British Ireland, Great. Britain, and
Columbia in Vancouver. is Israel assembled at Camp
the second Canadian to be Bnai Brith in the Poconos to
elected president of BBG. take part in programming on
She is past president of the an international scope.
district which embraces sev-
eral Midwestern .states and
.
provinces.
Bruce Zimmerman, former
president of Texas-Oklahoma •
region, along with presidents
Cong. Bnai Moshe United
of major youth organizations, Synagogue Youth will begin
conferred with President. its 1974-75 season Sunday
with the Ilalutzim (grades
5 6) and Gihorim (grades
3-4) picnic at Oak Park Mun-
icipal Park meeting 2 p.m.
at the synagogue. There is a
nominal fee.
Senior United Syagogue
Youth will have a hayride 8

p.m. Sept. 21, meeting at. the
USY
synagogue. Kadima
(grades 7-8) will hold a hay-
ride and weenie roast 4 p.m.
Sept. 22 at. the synagogue.
Youth services for High
Holy Days will he held for
all youngsters age 3 through
teens. Ilehre.w services will
be held and groups will also
he conducted for youngsters
who do not. have lIebrew
backgrounds.
I Saturday morning groups
meet 10 a.m. every Sabbath.
Junior congregation holds
services for ages 8.13 and_
Bnai David
Scout
story hour is held for ages
Boy
5-7.
Troop 135, headed by mi. 3-4 and
For information - on youth
Liam Singer, scoutmaster, an-
nounced the promotion of five activities, call the synagogue
of its members to the rank office, 548-9000, or Dan Kap-
of Eagle Scout. They include, I Ian, 398-7422.
Neal Suhar, bottom; Larry
Singer, left, and Stewart
Prog, right, second row; and
Craig Goldin, top. Not pic-
tured is Danny Solomon. The
Eagle Scout award was last
awarded 10 years ago to Dr.
Burton Leib who is now as-
sistant scoutmaster. Cantor
Hyman Adler, troop chap-
lain, helped I() of the troop's
scouts earn the Ner Tamid
medal, the highest religious
award in scouting. Boys be-
tween the ages of 11 and 13
who are interested in joining
are invited to the group's
meetings, 7:30 p.m. Mondays
at the synagogue.

of BNAI BRITH

extend best wishes for a happy,
healthy, prosperous New Year
to all their members and friends.

The Shel Dulberg Family

Bnai Moshe
Youth Events

Scouts Honored
at. Bnai David

Wish Their Friends &
Relatives A Healthy,
Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR

7\66 Happy ,

Healthy New Year
To All

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bring to all of
our friends
happiness,
prosperity
and good health

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NEW YEAR

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To All Our Relatives,

Friends and Customers

ROSE & IRVING GUTTMAN

(of Irving's Restaurant)

AND FAMILY

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It is the duty of
every Jew to visit
ISRAEL

Nioadon Ivri Tells
Fall Meeting Times

Moadon Ivri, the Hebrew
culture cluh, will open again
to the Hebrew speaking pub-
lic 7 - 9 p.m. Wednesdays
and 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. Satur-
days beginning Sept. 21 at
the 10 Mile Jewish Center.

Mrs. Yonina Mathis will
speak on the Second Book of
Samuel at the opening meet-
ing. Guests are invited.

31750 Lakeside Dr.
Farminhton Hills, Mich. 48024

Moadon Ivri is free to per-
sons wishing to gain profic-
iency in Hebrew language
and literature.

To All Our
Friends and Customers
A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR

Hermelin, Colburn & Colburn

314 Fisher Building

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