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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-09

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44 Friday, May 9, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's League Cites Youth

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Youth News

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Beth Shalom Kadima Group
Plans Inter-City `Shul-In'

Cong. Beth Shalom's Ka-
dima group will sponsor its
first inter-city "shul-in" to-
day through Saturday jn the
synagogue, under the lead-
etship of Stuart Horowitz.
Kadima chapters from
Congs. Bnai Moshe, Beth
Moses, Beth Achim and
Bnai Israel of Toledo also
will participate.
The theme of the weekend
is "Anti-Semitism, Old and
New." About 60 partici-
pants will examine aspects
of anti-Semitism, past and
present.
Rabbi David Nelson, Can-
tor Samuel Greenbaum and
Howard Benenson will lead
discussion groups Saturday
afternoon. There also will be
a socio-drama, under the
direction of Bruce Littky,
which watake a close look
at the Holocaust.
Joel Young, religious
chairperson, is in charge
of conducting Shabat serv-
ices. Following Shabat

Bnai Moshe Senior USY
Plans Installation, Social

These five youth received engraved kidush cups as
"most outstanding nominees" in the League of Jewish
Women's Organization's 30th annual youth award cere-
monies Sunday at Cong. Beth Moses. The five, chosen
from among 27 Detroit-area youth, are, from left: San-
der Davidson, Cheryl Canvasser, Richard Isenberg,
Myra Kolin and Paul Magy. Also cited "for excellence in
Jewish studies, community service, scholastic achieve-
ment and extra-curricular activities" were: Linda
Abramson, David Barth, Ellen Eichen, Howard Epstein,
Robin Friedman, Scott Farber, Arlene Fishman,
Charles Kessler, Andrew Kirschner, Mark Lowenthal,
Howard Mitz, Keith Reich, Lori Sommers, Marc Tere-
belo, Daniel Weisberg, Nathan White, Leon Gold, Carol
Greenwald, Sandee Goldberg, Michael Good, Richard
Green and Fay Jansky. The students received the "Book
of Jewish Knowledge" in honor of the occasion. Marc
Terebelo received a framed copy of the Israeli Declara-
tion of Independence as a special "Best Essay" award.

HILLEL HAPPENINGS

Our daily minyan had a
special treat for the celebra-
tion of Lag B'Orner. We
Leah Icikson, who took were permitted to worship
first prize in the Lawrence- in outdoor services. The
Institute of Technology school day was spent with
Science Fair, received her various teachers taking
plaque recently at Ford their classes outdoors to
Auditorium. Others who learn.
Hillel will hold its spring
attended the presentation
ceremonies were Marc festival of music today,
Baker and Harvey Weiss. which will be presented by
Mrs. Peggy Clarke, our jun- the seventh, eighth and
ior high science teacher, re- ninth grades. Various songs
ceived a special teacher's and routines from "South
award for having so many of Pacific," "Oliver," and
her students winning "Oklandma" will be pre-
sented.
awards.
Eyal Tzeel, a seventh
grader, who was the met-
ropolitan winner of the
RABBI DR. LEO
National Bible Contest,
spent last weekend in New
York, competing against
Expert Mohel
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He was awarded a book
and a certificate compli-
CANTOR SIDNEY menting him on his
achievement.
In commemoration of
Yom Ha'Atzmaut, Israel
Certified Mohel
Independence Day, the jun-
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ior high was engaged in a
panel discussion and dia-
logue on Israel. Eighth
Cantor SAMUEL
graders David Medow, Mar-
cia Tilchin, Andy Dunsky,
Certified
Susan Altman, Adam
Baker, Barry Handler and
Floyd
Glen formed a panel
Serving Homes & Hospitals
of experts who were asked
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questions by some of their
fellow students. They all did
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their own research.

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Bnai Moshe Senior United
Synagogue Youth will hold
installation ceremonies for
newly elected officers dur-
ing an oneg Shabat 8:15
p.m. today at the „syn-
agogue. Rabbi Stanley Ro-
senbaum will install the of-
ficers. A reception will
follow.
An installation social will
take place for all Senior
USY members 9:45 p.m.
Saturday at the synagogue -.
Nancy Black was elected
president for the coming
year. Vice presidents are:
Steve Demak, religious;
Steve Geller, cultural; Louis
Thoryn, social action; and
Sue Acker, social. Marty
Pasternak was elected trea-
surer, and Debbie Linde-
menn was chosen as secre-
tary.
Talit and Tefilin will
hold its annual city-wide
community breakfast 11
a.m. Sunday in the social
hall. Tickets are being
sold to help raise money
for the coming year. For

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May 1 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall DeRoven (Rosanne
Meyerson), 25539 Briar Dr.,
Oak Park, a son, Jeffrey
Brian.
* * *
April 30 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Heller (Carol
Freedland), 24221 Manistee,
Oak Park, triplet sons, Cary
Joel, Mark Allen and Daniel
Seth.
* * *
April 26 — To Mr and
Mrs. Richard Kahl (Made-
line Miller), former Detroit-
ers of Rockwood, Mich., a
son, Joshua Seth.

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SEE THE SMART NEW MATERNITY APPAREL

EXPECTATION SHOP

April 19 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Kovskey (Anne
Cwaigen-berg), 16301 Addi-
son, Southfield, a daughter,
Deborah Tammy.
* * *
March 29 -- To Mr. and
Mrs. David Kaplan (Marcia
Burstein), former Detroit-
ers of Columbus, Ohio, a
son, Jeffrey Brian.
* * *
March 6 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Robert. H. Selwitz
(Sandy Schwartz), former
Detroiters of Lawton, Okla.,
a son, Jason Lawrence.

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Members of Cong. Adat
Shalom's United Synagogue
Youth affiliate will run
some of the booths at the
synagogue's Family Fun
Fair May 24-26 at the syn 7
agogue.
Hours are 9:45 p.m. May
24, and noon-11 p.m. May 25
and 26. The public is invited.

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Scott Littky, Beth Sh
om's Kadima president,
chairperson of the weeken
Lisa Olit is in charge of dec-
orations and Howard Stone
will oversee registration
which begins 4 p.m. today.
Area seventh and eighth
graders are invited. For in-
formation, call Stuart,
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GOLDMAN

information, contact ad-
viser . Ralph - Goren,
546-5446.
Kadima (grades 7-8) is
seeking articles and ideas
for its year-end newsletter.
Marcie Zumberg and Lisa
Stein are co-editors. For in-
formation, contact adviser
Sharon Landau, 545-6951.
Halutzim (grades 5-6) will
hold a mystery road rally
Sunday, meeting 2:30 p.m.
at the synagogue. The ride
will feature special treats
and surprises.
The group's executive
board will be in charge of
running the event. Officers
are: Michael Ungar, presi-
dent; -Michele Ungar, vice
president; Susie Klein and
Gary Naftaly, secretaries;
and Jeff Guyer, treasurer.
For reservations, which
must be made in advance,
contact adviser Diane
Goldring, 851-3728.
For information on youth
activities at Bnai Moshe,
contact the synagogue,
-548-9000.

services tonight, Uri Sie-
gel, an Israeli dancer, will
teach Israeli dances to the
youth. Audrey Krasnow ,is
in charge of cultural activ-
ities. David Ritter is in
charge of social events.
The film, "Cat Ballou,"
will be shown Saturday
evening.

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