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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-07

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Friday, March 7, 1975 45

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Regional Rally Jam for USY Groups

Greater Detroit United
,Synagogue Youth groups
will hold their annual re-

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gional .rally jam _8:30 p.m.
March 15 at Cong. Beth
Moses. _

There will be a band,
speeches by prospective can-
didates for regional offices
and other activities. There is
a charge, and everyone is in-
vited. For information, call
Marc Terebelo, 535-5198; or
Franklin Sterns, 353-3773.

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Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
junior congregation will go
to Federation Apartments
to service and entertain the
residents there Saturday.
For information, call Sherry
Smerling, 626-9169, or Les-
lie Bornstein, 352-8749.
Other activities planned
by the group are a co-ed bas-
ketball and volleyball corn-
petition March 16 at South-
field-Lathrup High School;
and Central Region United
Synagogue Youth conven-

tion March 21-23 at the
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
Persons interested in buy-
ing Passover candy, may
obtain order forms from
Sherry, 626-9169.
Kadima will have an oneg
Shabat today. For informa-
tion, call Yoram Dahav,
352-2678. The group will
participate, in an athletic
program 1 p.m. March 16 at
Southfield-Lathrup High
School.
U.S.J. Chaverim invites
1 youth to its Sabbath serv-
ices 10:30 a.m. Saturdays in
room 8 of the synagogue.
The group will have a lunch-
eon March 15.
Feb. 27 — To Dr. and Mrs. -• • .
Raymond Weitzman (Ro- Rabin Abolishes
chelle Berlin), 29341 Stella-
mar, Southfield, a son, Information Office
Aaron Howard.
* * *
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The ministry of Information
Feb. 26 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Alan Harvey Kaplan is to be scrapped under a
Cabinet decision taken Sun-
(Lynn Feuerman), 25375
day. Its departments will be
Basin St., Southfield, a
distributed among the var-
daughter, Amy Beth.
* * *
ious other ministries — for-
Feb. 22 — To Mr. and eign, education, and the
Mrs. J. Michael Morrison prime minister's office —
from where they were taken.
(Bobbie Marton), 18749
early last year to create the
Innsbrook Dr., Northville, a
ill-fated information minis-
daughter, Paige Rochelle.
* * *
try.
Information Minister
Feb. 20 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Scaglione Aharon Yariv resigned his
(Barbara Mann), 29260 post some weeks ago urging
Brooks Ln., Southfield, a that the ministry be
scrapped as an independent
son, Anthony Joshua.
• * * *
unit and rather incorpo-
Feb. 17 — To Dr. and Mrs. rated within the premier's
James Newman (Linda Ma- office.
Yitzhak Rabin, however,
tlen), 21621 Westhampton,
Oak Park, a son, Daniel is apparently not keen on
absorbing all the informa-
Aaron.
* * *
tion ministry's units — and
Feb. 16 — To Dr. and Mrs. he recommended to the Cab-
Michael Meskin (Barbara inet a scheme under which
Goodfriend), 173 S. Cran- virtually all the units would
brook Cross Rd., Birming- return to the ministries
from which they came.
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The Great Lakes AZA
Council announces the
election of Marc Hart of
Goode AZA as new council
sopher(reporter), and the
appointment of Bruce Go-
rosh of Posen AZA as

chairman for the elections
training conclave in May.
* * *
Aliyah BBG will host a
square dance 8 p.m. March
22 at the United Hebrew
Schools Center. For infor-
mation, call Nancy Kurland,
626-4267.
* * *
Einstein AZA remains
the only undefeated chapter
in the AZA Basketball
League as the chapter eked
out a narrow 41-40 win over
Goode AZA in recent com-
retition. The league will
play 3:30 p.m. Sunday at the
10 Mile branch of the Jewish
Community Center. The
public is invited.
4! * *
Applications and infor-
mation are now available
for the 20th annual BBYO
Israel Summer Institute.
This six-week study tour is
designed to give BBYO'ers
an understanding of and
commitment to Israel
through a wide variety of
activities including work,
study and sightseeing.
The 45-day program is
available at two departure
dates, June 23 and June 29.
For information, contact
the BBYO office, 354-6113.

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Rabbi William Marder of
Cong. Ahavas Israel in
Grand Rapids will keynote
the BBYO Outstate Con-
clave beginning tonight in
Grand Rapids. Rabbi Mar-
der will deal with the chal-
lenges facing Jewish youth
today.
The Masada organization
of Grand Rapids will pre-
sent a mock debate on the
future of the state of Israel
on Saturday morning. Sat-.
urday afternoon, Fred
Rubin, program assistant,
Illinois Region BBYO, will
introduce and conduct sev-
eral new leadership games
before the conclave dele-
gates.
The Saturday night social
will consist of a nightclub
atmosphere with games and
professional entertainment.
Allen Joseph of Wasserman
AZA and Elisa Joseph of
Lazarus BBG are overall
chairmen.

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NEW YORK — Bible,
Jewish history and modern
Israeli life, will be the
courses offered as part of
the new ATID Summer
School in Israel '75.
The six-week courses will
give three college credits
each, granted through the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America. Transfer
of credits must be approved
by the students' home uni-
versity.
The program is open to
students age 17-25, and in-
cludes round trip transpor-
tation from New York as
well as room, board, sight-
seeing and tuition. Courses
will be taught by faculty of
Israeli universities and the
seminary. Tours also are
included.
For information, write
Malka Kieffer or Rick
Stein, ATID Summer
School in Israel, 155 Fifth
Ave., New.York City, N.Y.
10010 (212-673-5900).
Meanwhile, ATID, a
youth arm of the United
Synagogue of America, will
present its sixth USY on
Wheels program in which
youth will spend the sum-
mer traveling the North
American continent. The
tour departs June 30 from
New York and returns there
Aug. 14.

Sponsored by United Syn-
agogue Youth, each group
includes 45 teenagers and
four adult staff members.
Travel is by air-conditioned
bus. Kashrut and Shabat
are strictly observed.

The trip visits national
monuments and includes a
day at Disneyland, the
French Quarter in New
Orleans, a meeting with a
senator in Washington and

more.

For information, write
Robert J. Leifert, director,
USY on Wheels, 155 Fifth
Ave., New York, N.Y. 10010
(212-673-5900).

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