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May 16, 1975 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-16

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Friday, May 16, 1975 45


BBYO Business

The Bnai Brith Youth
Organization will appear on
the program "It's Your
Turn," 11 p.m. Wednesday
WTVS-Channel 56. Mem-
bers and staff of BBYO will
report to the community
about the organization and
° the activities in which its
more than 1,000 members in
Michigan Region are in-
The Great Lakes AZA
cil announces the ap-
ent of Mitch Epstein
ndeis AZA as softball
league coordinator for this
summer. The AZA Softball
League is scheduled to run
from June through August
and play on Sunday
The Great Lakes BBG
— Council announces the ap-
pointment of Linda Nosan-
chuk of Disraeli BBG as in-
stallation coordinator. The
combined AZA and BBG
Council installations will
take place June 19 at Tem-
ple Emanu-El. For informa-
tion, call Conrad Koller,
AZA program director,

1 1

Jolson AZA, Livonia; Lisa
Steinberg, Chavayros
BBG; Sheryl Richlin, La-
zarus BBG, Grand Rap-
ids; and Susie Stollman,
Shalom Aviv BBG.


Masada BBG of Oak Park
will sponsor its third annual
fashion show 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at Einstein Ele-
mentary School. Proceeds
, will go to Muscular Dystro-
Brandeis AZA will play
Jolson AZA, Livonia, in a
60-hour softball. marathon.
The program will take place
Memorial Day Week -end,
May 24-26, at the Southfield
Civic Center. Proceeds will
benefit Muscular Dystro-
The members of Manning
Sporn AZA have begun
planning for the chapter's
20th anniversary celebra-
tion, which will take place
this fall. All past members
of Sporn AZA are invited to
submit their names so that
they may be contacted for
the program. For informa-
tion, call Marc Goldstrom,
968-5028, or Vic Moss,
New AZA and BBG 398-3056.

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Aaron Rosen, Akiba AZA;
Marc Goldstrom, Sporn
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Youth News 1 1

Bnai Moshe Youth. to Have
Annual `Mitzva Work Day'

Bnai Moshe Senior United Representing Bnai Moshe
Synagogue Youth will spon- were: Linda Alter, Helene
sor its annual fund-raising Goldberg, Sheila Lichten,
"Mitzva Work Day" 1-5 p.m. Mark Lowenthal, Lori Mar-
Members will be available to kowitz and Amy Robbins.
Kadima will 'sponsor a
perform odd jobs through-
bowling party following a
out the community, includ-
1:30 p.m. general meeting
ing housework, gardening,
Sunday in the youth lounge.
shopping and babysitting.
Sixth grade Halutzim mem-
Anyone willing to make jobs
bers who will be eligible to
available may call adviser
Monte Schloss at the syn- enter the Kadima group
next year are invited. For
information and reserva-
Kadima (grades 7-8) tions, contact Kadima ad-
members attended a city- viser Sharon Landau,
wide Kadima "shul-in" May 545-6951 or Halutzim ad-
9-10 at Cong. Beth Shalom. viser Diane Goldring,'

Adat Shalom
Will Honor
UHS Students

Temple to Confirm
Youth at Services

Temple Beth Jacob of
Pontiac will honoY 14 confir-
mands from its religious
school during Shavuot serv-
ices this weekend in the
The confirmands are:
Mitchell Adelman, ,Ci
Katzman, Bruce Margolis,
Sheri Dickstein, Kerrie
Kroot, Joanne SchwartZ,
Debra Gash, Jonathon Kast,
David Mayer, Eric Schreier,
Alan Fanger, Scott Simon,
Deborah Snyder, David Ger-
sten and Richard Sovel.

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Adat Shalom Synagogue
will honor its United He-
brew .Schools' Dalet classes
and their teachers at Shabat
morning services May 24 in
the synagogue. -
Mrs. Chana Greenfield
and Mrs. Sarrah Grinwald,
teachers, and their students
will be called to the Torah
for aliyot, and they will pie-
sent a medley of Hebrew
songs. Rabbi Jacob E. Segal
will conduct an informal
dialogue with the students.
The students are:

For information on Bnai
Moshe youth activities, con-
tact Danny Kaplan at the
synagogue office, 548-9000.

YI Teens Attend
Regional Parley

Shelley Adler, --Robin Chosid,
Lisa Edelheit, Janet Feldman,
Jeffrey Fox, Mary Freedman, Ju-
lie Greenberg, Amy Horwitz, Ste-
Young Israel Teens and
ven Horwitz, Elise LaRose, Arlene
the Kochav youth group
Linden, Frieda -Mandelbaum,
Dennis Neuvirth, Rhonda Neu-
were in Cleveland May 2-4
virth, David Parker, Leslie Rock-
at the Central East annual
len, Brian Sandler, Michael Sil-
regional convention for the
verstein, Margo Shorr, Daniel
Spilman, Susan Webber, Arthur - ---National Conference of Syn-
agogue Youth.
Also Bernard Alpern, Robyn
At a Saturday night ban-
Barnett, Eric Brown, Robert
Cornfield, Debra Freedman,
quet, Young Israel Teens
Marla Gold, Michael Goldring,
received a Torah service
Kenneth Granader, Neal Katz,
award, while Kochav re-
Howard Krass, Laura London,
ceived a chapter of the year
Ruth Markovitz, Abigail Shifman,
Billy Slobin, Steven Weinberg,
award. Individual awards
Jonathan Weissler, Robert Weis-
went to Robert Zimberg and
Susan Kendler "for out-,
Also Bryan Aidem, Andre
standing leadership." Ron-
Berk, Sandra Charnes, Jeremy
Cohen, Wendy Cohen, Randy De-
nie Schwartzberg, Carol
Roven, Darryl Fink, Sheri Gold-
Greenwald won meritorious
berg, Daniel Goldman, Stuart
leadership awards. Sheldon
Lebenbom, Marc Lieberman,
Mandelbaum was chosen as
Rhonda Leshman, David Perl-
man, Nancy Rosenfeld, Andrew
NCSY'er of the year.
Sallan, Richard Shorr, Gregg
Warren and Eric Wexler.
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Dennis Blitz (Teri Kerner), Mile, Southfield, a daugh-
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April 14 — To Mr. and
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April 29 — To Dr. and Mrs. Allan S. Berger (Ronna
Mrs. Norman Leaf (Marilyn Mandell), 32438 Bonnet Hill,
Kay Grossman of Detroit), Farmington Hills, a son,
of Woodland Hills, Calif., a Jeffrey Scott.
* * *
son, Jeffrey Adam.
• April 12 — To Mr. and
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kaplan (Barbara
April 27
Mrs. Zvi Burstyn (Marge Finsilver of Birmingham),
Adelsberg), 1445 Pelissier, of Columbus, Ohio, a son,
Bradley Michael.

Young Israel
Youth Events


Admissions accepted
through June 1st.




Junior Young Israel
Teens (grades 6-8) will
gather for an "old fashion
bingo and movie night" 7
p.m. Sunday, meeting at
Young Israel Of Oak-Woods.
Prizes will be awarded, and
there will be refreshments.

Junior Young Israel
Teens will host a regional
convention of the Junior Na-
tional Conference of Syn-
agogue Youth May 23-25 at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Youngsters, grades 6-8,
from the Central East re
gion will attend.
Halutzim (grades 3-5) will
hold a bowling party 1 p.m.
Sunday meeting at Young
Israel of Greenfield. Re-
freshments will be served.

Allan Platt were chosen as
candidates for 1976 mem-
bership in the Ezra Light-
man honor society. Teri Lei-
derman and Nina Novetsky
were inducted into the so-

Kol Ami to Honor
10th Grade Class

An enrichment program in the visual
arts, with an exposure to literature
- and the performing arts through the
appearance of guest artists.

1000 Cranbrook Road
Bloomfield Hills

Junior congregation
(Saturday morning serv-
ices for ages 9-13) mem-
bers will play a baseball
game 7 p.m. Sunday in
Victoria Park, behind the
synagogue. Refreshments
will be provided. Forinfor-
mation, contact Danny
Kaplan at the synagogue
office, 548-9000 or Steve
Kideckel, 968-1765. Future
events for Junior congre-
gation include a Tiger
baseball game, and a year-
end youth luncheon.


Temple Kol Ami will have
an affirmation service for
its 10th grade religious
school class 8:30 p.m. today
in the temple.
Conducting the service .
will be David Abramowitz,
Steven (Brandeis) Foland,
Claudia Lynn, Nancy •Perl-
mutter, David Roer, Caro-
lyn Schwarz and Andrea
Zeme. The temple choir will
entertain, and an oneg
Shabat will follow.

A "Cartoon Day" will be
held for 4-7 year-olds 2:30
p.m. May 25 meeting at
Young Israel of Greenfield.
Refreshments will be
For information on junior
Young 'Israel youth events,
contact co-ordinator Har-
tley Harris, 968-3563.


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