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May 23, 1975 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-23

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38 Friday, May 23, 1975


Bnai Moshe Youth Groups Plan Day at Local Camp

Bnai Moshe Kadima
(grades 7-8) and Halutzim
(grades 5-6) will meet 1:30
p.m. Sunday for an after-
noon of swimming and
games on the grounds of
Willoway Day Camp. Activ-
ities will also include boat-
ing, a picnic, tennis and
baseball. There is a charge.
Halutzim members in
charge of the Willoway
event are Laurie Chudnow,
Lori Shapiro and Linda

Open Sunday 12 to 4

Ankerman, chairman of the
social committee.
There will be one addi-
tional event for each group
before the close of the year.
For information, Kadima
members may contact ad-
viser Sharon Landau,
545-6951, and Halutzim
members may contact ad-
viser Diane Goldring,
Giborim (grades 3-4) will
hold its final group event of
the season with a hayride
June 1, meeting 1:30 p.m. at
the synagogue. For infor-
mation, contact adviser
Steve Kideckel, 968-1765.

Rishonim (grades 1-2)
will hold its last outing for
the year, a trip to the De-
troit Zoo, Sunday, meeting
1 p.m. at the synagogue.
For information, contact
Tobye Shipper, 557-2543.

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Junior congregation will
hold a youth luncheon fol-
lowing 10 a.m. Shabat serv-
ices on June 14. Officers and


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members will be honored,
and attendance pins will be
distributed. All United Syn-
agogue Youth members in
grades 1-8 are invited. Jun-
ior Congregation will attend
a Detroit Tiger baseball
game June 22.
Talit and Tefilin will
sponsor an educational trip,
leaving Sunday to visit a
youth group in Kalamzaoo.
The three-day trip will in-
clude social, religious and
educational activities. For
information, contact adviser
Ralph Goren, 546-5446.

Bnai Moshe youth ad-
visers request that youth
program questionnaires
sent • to all members in
grades 3-8 and their par-
ents be returned to a youth
adviser or to the Bnai
Moshe office.

Temple Emanu-El
Lists Graduates -

Temple Emanu-El will
honor its Hebrew school
graduates at graduation
services May 30 in the tem-
The graduates are: Daniel
Applefield, Richard Isaacs,
Steven Rotter, Robert Rus-
sakoff and Ruth Stone.


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For information on youth
activities at Bnai Moshe,
contact Danny Kaplan at
the synagogue office,

Junior YI Teens
Convention Nears

Registration will begin at
3 p.m. today at Young Israel
of Oak-Woods for the Junior
National Conference of Syn-
agogue Youth convention to
take place this weekend at
the synagogue, sponsored
by the Junior Young Israel
Delegates from Pitts-
burgh, Toledo and Cleveland
are expected to-attend. Yeh-
ezkel Fagan, regional direc-
tor, also will attend. Activi-
ties will begin with services
7:30 p.m. today in the syn-
Junior YI Teens and Hal-
utzim (grades 3-5) will spon-
sor a family picnic 12:30
p.m. June 1 at Oak Park Ma-
jor Park's pavilion. There
will be games for children.

Children age 4-7 will
have an afternoon of car-
toons and refreshments 2
p.m. Sunday at Young Is-
rael of Greenfield. There is
a charge.

The final youth activity
before the summer recess
will be a Detroit Tiger base-
ball game June 15. For in-
formation, call Hartley
Harris, coordinator,


Youth News

Essay Contest Deadline Nears

The deadline for entering
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion-United Jewish Chari-
ties historical essay contest
is June 15, according to es-
say contest chairman Mrs.
Nathan Peterman.
Sponsored by the Joint
Anniversary Celebration
Committee of JWF and
UJC, the contest is one of
several projects commemo-
rating the 50th year of serv-
ice by Federation and the
75th anniversary of the
The contest is open to stu-
dents in grades 7-9 (cate-
gory 1) and grades 10-1
(category 2). Essays must
deal with the history or
some aspect of UJC, Federa-

They Made
the Grade

GARY DEMBS, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Dembs
of Adrian Rd., Southfield,
has been named sports di-
rector of station WIDR, the
student-operated radio sta-
tion at Western Michigan
University. A graduate of
Southfield High School,
Dembs worked at the stu-
dent-run radio station,

* * *

ter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Jacob of Brooks Ln., South-
field, has won the intra-
mural department of the
University of Michigan's
most outstanding, all-ar-
ound female athlete of the
year award, the Marie P.
Hartwig award. Elyse
placed in the top four of ev-
ery women's competitive
racket-sport this year.


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USY Will Have
Annual Installation

Cong. Beth Moses Senior
United Synagogue Youth
affiliate will have its instal-
lation of officers 8:30 p.m.
today in the synagogu.
The installation will be
preceded by services. A
state of the chapter address
will be delivered, and an
oneg Shabat will follow.

tion, or one of its member

The contest rules have
been distributed to Jewish
schools with students in
the eligible grades. First,
second, and third prizes of
$75, $50, and $25, respec-
tively, will be awarded to
the winners in each cate-

Entries should be type-
written, at least 500 words
in length, and include the
name, address, teleph—Q,
grade and school of ..
students. All essays should
be mailed to the Anniver-
sary Essay Contest, 163
Madison, Detroit, 48226 no
later than June 15.
For information, contact
JAC coordinator Walter
Klein, 965-3939, or contest
chairman Mrs. Nathan Pe-
terman, 626-0347.

SZ Youth Pick
New President

Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
junior congregation elected
Ken Levin president at its
recent election meeting.
Other officers are: Paul
Hamburger and Beth Sand-
weiss, vice presidents; David
Steinberg, treasurer; Bar-
bara Lewis and Karolyn
Wallace, secretaries.
Elected to the board were
Dana Baruch, Mike Rais-
man, Judy Gunsberg, Rick
Korn, Lynn Isenberg, Heidi
Baruch, Todd Fitzerman,
Donna Katzman, Morrey
Smerling, Janis Fishman,
Steve Lover, Leslie Born-
stein, Nancy Gorelick, Jeff
Resnick, Lori Isenberg and
Julie Tauber.
Shaarey Zedek youth re-
ceiving Shabat attendance
awards include: Bene Brick-
man, Jimmy Daitch, Joan
Fand, Dana Gross, Daniel
Hamburger and Faith Tam,
10 stamps; Karen Altman,
Elise Gendloff, Jonathan
Goldstein, Steve Lis, Eddie
Pont, Janet Williams and
Craig Winkleman, 20
stamps; Yale Cohen, Andrea
Frazein, Bobby Glen, Eric
Gould, Brad Levin, Ronnie
Teller, Shira Teller and Ka-
rynne Tencer, 30 stamps;
and Harleigh Mandel and
Lillibeth Mandel, 40

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Hillel Day School of Metroplitan Detroit students
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fair of metropolitan Detroit at Cobo Hall are, top row,
from left: Yonit Hoffman, Jala Soleymani, Nancy
Frank, David Raizman, Leah Icikson, Michael Burlant
and Michael Thirman. Pictured in bottom row, from left,
'are: Mark Baker, Steven Weiner, Marcia Tilchin and
Annette Weiss.

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