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September 05, 1975 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, September 5, 1975

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Restoration Work

LONDON — Work has
been proceeding on restor-
ing the memorial tablets at
the Pinkas synagogue of
Prague inscribed with the
names of the 77,000 Jewish
Nazi victims of Bohemia
and Moravia.
According to the Czecho-
slovak Jewish Aid Trust, the
synagogue and its memorial
tablets have been affected
by dampness from the
nearby Vltava river.
Restoration work has also
started at the Old Jewish
Cemetery of Prague with
the renovation of the tomb-
stone of Joseph Shlomo Del-
mediga (1591-1655) by the
Czech sculptor Jiri Lendr.

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YI Teens Seek
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Young Israel Teens of the
National Conference of Syn-
agogue Youth announces it
is seeking members for
1975-1976.
The group has social, reli-
gious and community serv-
ice activities for Jewish
youth in grades 9-12. For
membership information,
call Michael Schwarzberg,
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542-3067.

Happy
New Year

DEPARTMENT OF MICHIGAN *
LADIES AUXILIARY
JEWISH WAR VETERANS *
OF THE UNITED STATES
OF AMERICA

Robert J. Perliss

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Tess Kominars, Auxiliary President

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BODZIN POST NO. 414

YETZ-COHEN POST NO. 530

David S. Tanzman, Commander

Charles Glass, Commander
Diana Joffe, Auxiliary President

BLOCH-ROSE POST NO. 420

Louis Wagner, Commander
Belle Latzer, Auxiliary President

Harry A. Davidoff, Commander
Marion Blondy, Auxiliary President

ROBERT J. RAFELSON POST
NO. 431

ELI LEVIN POST NO. 230

Ralph Epstein, Commander
Corrine Oppenheim, Auxiliary President .

Jay Chosen, Commander
Helen Dresser, Auxiliary President

4( FLINT POST NO. 231

'4( Max Linder, Commander
.4 0( Ilene Wiseman, Auxiliary President

k RAYMOND ZUSSMAN POST
r' No. 333
Sye Gorman, Commander

Martha Hauptman, Auxiliary President

SHOLOM POST NO. 537

Louis Weinstein, Commander

HARVEY DATER POST
NO. 559 (Lansing)

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Adele Lipson, Auxiliary President

Donald Mann, Commander
Alice Rosen, Auxiliary President

ROY F. GREEN POST NO. 529

Jerry Fine, Commander
Ruth Weiss, Auxiliary President

DORAN GOLDFARB POST
NO. 727 (Saginaw)

Dr. Lewis (merman, Commander

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Israelis Favor
New Agreement

Youth News

Essay Contest Winners Cited

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
latest public opinion poll,
conducted by the Institute
of Applied Social Research
and the Hebrew University
Mass Communications In-
stitute, showed 55 percent
of Israelis supporting the
new interim accord, 38 per-
cent opposed and 17 percent
having no opinion.

The Weisses

Wish You and Yours
A Happy

NEW YEAR

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George M. Zeltzer, fourth from left, presents a Joint
Anniversary Committee award certificate to Hillel Day
School student. Michael Burlant at the recent ceremony
honoring the JAC's historical essay contest winners.
Junior High category winners are, from left: third-prize
recipient Nancy Frank, first-prize awardee David Raiz-
man, both Hillel students, and second prize winner Pa-
tricia Seyburn of Temple Israel. Top honors in the senior
high category went to Shaarey Zedek's Richard Korn.
Congratulations were extended by Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration executive vice president William Avrunin and
contest chairman Beverly Peterman, at right. The essay
contest is one of many projects sponsored by the JAC in
honor of UJC's 75th anniversary and Federation's 50th
year of communal service.

Youth Program at Adat Shalom

This year Adat Shalom
Synagogue is offering a
program for its youth with
emphasis on the Jewish reli-
gious experience. The pro-
gram runs from kindergar-
ten through high school and
is open to all who are inter-
ested. The United Hebrew
Schools also have a branch
at the synagogue.
Among the opportunities
for the coming year are the
following: . religious school, a
two-hour program on Sun-
days for kindergarten
through second grade,
youth community study for
the high school students in-
terested in continuing their
Jewish education and a con-
firmation program, held in
conjunction with the United
Hebrew High School for
girls in grades eight through
10.
Weekly Shabat services
for the various youth groups
and monthly meeting of the
Bar and Bat Mitzva Break-

Teens Pay Tribute
to 'Six Million'

The Teen Work Corps and
Camp Shalom, two divisions
of the Jewish Community
Center's summer program,
erected a monument to the
Six Million, enhanced by a
small tree, to pay tribute to
the fallen and to the living.
The monument stands at
the 10 Mile Center branch.
Members of the work
corps are Neil Goodman,
David Noble, Heidi Linovitz,
Ricky Trosch and Joel Fel-
senfeld. Participating in the
tree planting were Esther
Burg, Stan Berenbaum,
Steve Berenbaum, Wendy
Cohen, Ira Finkelstein,
Amy Gold, Danny Kalef,
Lisabeth Kalish and Mar-
shall Zweig.
Supervisors are Rick
Kaxzander, Teen Work
Corps: and Marcia Miller,
Camp Shalom. Beth Lupov-
itch, counselor-in-training,
also assisted.

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