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February 07, 1975 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-07

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Youth News:

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AZA Boys Raise Funds for JNF

Junior Young Israel Teens skating party Feb. 16, meet-
(grades 6-8) will hold a roller ing 1:30 . p.m. at Young Israel
of Greenfield. There will be
a charge. Refreshments will
be served.
By Popular Demand
The group will hold a Sha-
bat meeting 2 p.m. Feb. 15.
For information, contact Har-
The Finest
Reg. $135-$250
tley Harris, 968-3563.
The Halutzim (grades 3-5)
NOW

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will attend the Shrine Circus
Sunday, meting 1:15 p.m. at
Young Israel of Greenfield.

The junior groups 'at Young
Israel have expanded their
religious and social .activities.
Children in grades 3-8 who
Members of the Bnai Brith Youth Organization's Mau-
wish to join may contact
youth co-ordinator, Hartley rice Rose Chapter, AZA, are shown at Lincoln Center, Oak
Park, where they set up a table to sell trees for planting
Harris, 968-3563.



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Joen Young, Bruce Littky
and Lisa Olit led the ser-
vices.
The United Synagogue
Youth group also attended
the service. Michael Good-
man, an attorney from the
Youth Parole and Review
Board of Michigan, ad-
dressed the group.
Kadima and USY Shabat
morning services are held 10
a.m. Saturdays at the syna-
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Al Jolson AZA of Livonia,
has become the first AZA
chapter in Michigan Region
to qualify for the District 6
Chai Club.
The Chai Club was estab-
lished for chapters who par-
ticipate in 18 or more hours
of community service. Jolson
AZA qualified by participat-
ing with Zangwill BBG in
four canned food drives for
the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service and by partici-
pating in drives for ALSAC
and UNICEF.

The Great Lakes BBG
Council will sponsor a birth
defects seminar 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at the BBYO council
office. A movie from the
March of Dimes will be shown
on Tay-Sachs disease. AZA
and BBG members are in-
vited.
The BBG Council invites its
members to the Tay-Sachs

Screening 10 a.m.-5
Feb. 23 at Cong. Beth Achim
Yachad BBG will have if
annual Beau Dance 7:30 p.12/
Feb. 22, at Shaar Hashoma
im Synagogue, Windsor. Liv
entertainment is planner. F
information, call She ,or
ner, 1-519-969-6143.

If there is room for ques
tion, something is wrong.

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The 11th annual Southeast-
ern Michigan Junior Science
and Humanities Symposium
will be held Feb. 21 and 22 at
Wayne State University's Mc-
Gregor Memorial Center.
The symposium, whose
theme this year is "Research
in Progress—Science in the
Making," will feature about
150 high school students from
public, parochial and private
high schools in the Macomb,
Monroe, Oakland, Washtenaw
and Wayne County areas who
will present papers on topics
in the sciences and humani-
ties.
Major speakers at the sym-
posium include Dr. Alfred T.
Sherman, chairman of the
department of obstetrics and
gynecology at Sinai Hospital
of Detroit; Dr. Martin M.
Herman, professor and chair-
man of the division of human-
istic studies in Monteith Col-
lege at WSU; Dr. Abraham
R. Liboff, chairman and pro-
fessor in the department of
physics at Oakland Univers-
ity; and Dr. William P. Ber-
es, associate professor of
physics at WSU.

Lahav Chapter, United Syn-
agogue Youth, will take a
winter retreat in Canada Feb.
28-March 2. Participants will
join in religious, cultural and
social events. For informa-
tion, call Jerry Friedman,
968-4558. Lahav has services
10 a.m. Saturdays at Cong.
Beth Achim.
Beth Achim will dedicate
is synagogue Feb. 14-16. La-
hav is seeking the names of
all its presidents for the dedi-
cation. Persons with informa-
tion on the whereabouts of
any of Lahav's past presi-
dents may contact Howard
Mitz, 548-0947.

rector, Wayne State Univers-
ity Press; and Dr. Albert Sie-
gel, professor of biology,
College of Liberal Arts, WSU.
Louis Panush, retired princi-
pal of Western High School is
coordinator.

Teacher participants in-
clude Sheldon P. Decker,
Henry Ford High School;
Rita B. Emmer, Western
High School; and Allene M.
Sonntag, Pioneer High School,
Ann Arbor.
Among the student partici-
pants are Richard S. Chusid,
Pioneer High School, Ann
Arbor; Richard A. Margolin,
Berkley High School; Diane
L. Mendelson, Southfield
High School; Lisa Pincus,
Kingswood School, Bloomfield
Hills; and Phillip D. Shapiro,
Southfield - Lathrup High
School.
The symposium is spon-
sored by Michigan universi-
ties and the U. S. Army.
For information, call Pan-
ush, 577-0955, or 356-5330.

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in the Maurice Rose AZA Garden in the Bnai Brith Mar-
tyrs Forest in Israel. Working through the Jewish National
Fund, the boys set up the table on Tu b'Shevat, Israel's
Arbor Day, and set a goal of 100 trees. About 40 additional
members went house-to-house collecting for the project.
This is the first time such a project has been sponsored
by the local AZA chapters. Shown are, from left: Jeff
Lowenthal, Wayne Sonkin, Jeff Adler and Marshall Philka .

Members of the sympos-
ium's advisory committee in-
clude Irving Appelblatt, di-
rector of engineering, Cadil-
lac Gage Co. and president of
the Association U. S. Army—
Detroit Chapter; Dr. Bernard
M. Goldman, professor of art
and art history, College of
Liberal Arts, WSU, and di-

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Solitude

By ZALMAN SHAZAR

Translated from the Hebrew
by Joshua Joyrich
For man to be alone is good
occasionally.
Not a book, a friend, nor public,
nor another individual;
Except himself besides his
conscience solely.
It is good for man to be alone
occasionally.
It is valuable sometime to exit
from his own possessions,
Whether house, or business—not
desired, nor culpable.
Man should only hearken to his
heart and be inaudible.
It is good for him to part from
his possessions.
To hearken to his heart, his
life perceive;
To know what he incurs and
what he possesses.

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By DUVA
The silky coiling words sliver
from the cruel full mouth
Pouring sweet sticky talk to
entwine the rational minds
Blinding memory to the
terrorists' acts; maiming man
and child, athlete and mother
Embalming life—so cheap the cost
For attaining illegal rights
for bloody banditry.
So this arrogant murderer is
auspiciously invited
To air his soft caresses in front of
U. N. assembled
Tantalizingly swaying the oil can
Whose odors serve to penetrate
the energy pressured states.
• • •
Thus the double talk
wheeler-dealer threatens us
with HIS olive branch or
HIS rifle gun.

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