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January 09, 1976 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth Plan Mini Shabaton

Young Israel Teens will
hold a mini Shabaton this
weekend at Young Israel of
Greenfield and Young Israel
of Oak-Woods.
It includes services,
meals, special presenta-
tions, and a hypnotist for
the Saturday night activity.
The theme of the wekend is
"I Am a Zionist and Proud".
For information, contact
Sheri Mandel, 542-3067.
Young Israel Teens an-
nounces the second, semes-
ter of the Free Torah High
school program will begin
7:30 p.m. Monday at Young
Is* Oak-Woods.
es include 'Tutor-
ing in the Alef-Bet and
Rashi, Commandments of
Today, the weekly Torah
portion, An Insight Into
Jewish Prayer, an intro-
duction into Humash and
more. For class schedules,
registration and informa-
tion, contact Sharona Ko-
enigsberg, 968-7462.
The YIT room is open
7:30-10 p.m. Tuesday at
Young Israel of _Oakwoods

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CLEVELAND (JTA) —
The North American Jewish
Student Network adopted
by a narrow margin a reso-
lution at the close of its an-
nual convention last week
advising Israel to "take the
initiative" to find a solution
to the Palestine question,
including meeting with the
PLO under specified condi-
tions.
The resolution, passed by
a vote of 55-48 after pro-,
longed debate among thd
200 delegates from 'univer-
sity and college campuses
all over the U.S. and Canada
who attended the four-day
conclave at Case-Western
University, stated:
"Whereas there can be no
solution to the Middle East
conflict without Palestinian
recognition of the Jewish
right- to self-determination
and Israel's recognition of
the Palestinians' right to
self determination, we ad-
vise Israel to take the initia-
tive to find a solution to the

ZOD Invites
Young Adults

High school-age and col-
lege-age - young adults are
invited to the general mem-
bership meeting of the Zion-
ist Organization of America
— Detroit District 8 p.m.
Thursday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center.

Amos Carmeli, shaliakh
from the ZOA, will speak on
setting up a Masada youth
chapter. Participating in the
program with Carmeli are
Senta Josephtal, scholar-in-
residence for the Detroit
Zionist Federation and His-
tadrut's absorption director;
and Jonathan Siegel, who
will give a "ZOD Youth Re-
port on Israel" with slides.

Youth to Join
Teen Shabaton

°waive Pletegttapkg

Cong. Beth Abraham-Hil-
lel's Dor Chadash youth
group will participate in a
Shabaton today and Satur-
day with the Young Israel
Teens.
Members of the syn-
agogue's youth groups will
participate in the youth
Shabat Jan. 31. The youth
will lead and participate 'in
the services.
For information on the
Beth Abraham-Hillel youth
groups, call Risa Calm -en-
son, 626-3948, or Bonnie
Shapiro, 968-0666.

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Palestine question including
meeting with the PLO when
the following conditions are
met.:

.

of the state of Israel as a
legitimate political entity
as presently constituted; 2.
the PLO publicly indicates
its rejection of all acts of
violence and terrorism
against civilian popula-
tions and the PLO publicly
promises to refrain from
any actions of this na-
ture."
The convention contended
that Jewish communal life
in America is "largely unde-
mocratic" and that the Jew-
ish lay public "is largely ill-
informed and misin-
formed." It stated that there
were "few public hearings
on critical questions" and
"few genuine elections -to
communal office."

Alex Duke, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Duke of Li-
vonia and piano student of
Betty Kowalsky Stasson,
recently won honorable
mention in the Michigan
State Baldwin Junior Key-
Contribution
board Achievement Award
for young pianists.
True freedom means that
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landau own responsibility to act on
of Gardner Ave., Oak Park, such a level as will contrib-
was awarded the Eagle ute 'to the 'well-being of the
Award of the Boy Scouts of whole.
—Harry H. Epstein
America at the recent Troop
23 family dinner. At the
same time, Alan Stricof, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Stricof of Dartmouth Ave.;
Oak Park, was presented
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
with the Ner Tamid Award,
the highest religious award
968-2563
a Jewish Scout can receive.

.



SAM
BARNETT

Party Entertainment

Beth Shalom Senior
United Synagogue Youth_
will have a study luncheon
featuring a speaker follow-
ing 9:30 a.m. Shabat serv-
ices at the synagogue.
Beth Moses USY and
Beth Achim Kadima chap-
ters will join Beth Shalom's
Kadima Chapter in a. Camp
Tamarack Weekend Jan.
23-25. For information; call
Kayla Bodzin, 548-2236.
Kadima chapter, 7th-9th
grade, will also have a study
luncheon with the Senior
Chapter Saturday. The
group will hold a general
membership meeting Sun-
day. For information, call
Bruce Littky, 298-8375, or'
Aron Dusky 398-1124.

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Beth Moses USY
Sets Teen Dance

Cong. Beth Abraham-Hil-
lel's junior youth group will
join the youth of Adat
Shalom Synagogue for a
sleighride 1 p.m. Sunday at
the Hillcrest Riding Stables.
The youth will return to
Adat Shalom for snacks and
games. Drivers are needed.
Participants are re-
quested to pack a lunch. For
information or reservations,
call Andrea Rogoff,
535-8183, or Dianne Goldr-
ing, 851-3727. There is a
charge.

Beth MoseS United Syn-
agogue Youth will hold an
all-city dance 8:30-11:30
p.m. Saturday at the syn-
agogue.
Music for Israeli, rock and
slow-dancing will be pre-
sented by "Kol Yisrael," fea-
turing Mark Goldenberg.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Ronn Nadis,
534-6220, or Julie Frank,
537-3112.

Cong. Bnai David's youth
groups are seeking books in
all languages to send to
Garin Grofit, Israel, for a
group of new olim.
Donations are tax-deduct-
ible. For information or to
donate books, call Mark
Prussian, 557-2690, or
Mayer Fox, 557-5085.
The Chavayrim group,
age 13-18, will go to the auto
show Sunday, meeting 2
p.m. at the synagogue. Foi-
reservations, call Mark or
Mayer. There is a charge.

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Youth Events

Youth Will Have
Joint Sleighride

Youth Seek Books
to Send to Israel

16-18 at Camp Tamarack.
For information, contact
adviser Sharon Landau,
545-6951.
There will be a re-
hearsal for the Talent
Show, 7 p.m. Thursday in
the synagogue. The show
will be at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 25
in the social hall.
For information on youn-
ger youth activities, contact
youth coordinator Hartley
Harris, 968-3563, or the
youth lounge, 548-3123.
Senior USY will hold a
luncheon following 10 a.m.
services Saturday in the
small chapel. For informa-
tion and reservations, con-
tact Steve Geller, 531-3688.

They Made
the Grade

"1. The PLO publicly
announces its acceptance

,

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Cong. Bnai Moshe Chalut-
zim (grades 5-6) and Gi-
borim (grades 3-4) United
Synagogue Youth groups
will be on a weekend retreat
at Camp Tamarack today
through Sunday..
Kadimah USY (grades
7-8) will hold its retreat Jan.

Students Urge M.E. Solution

\ The public also is invited
at no charge. Refreshments
will be served.

MAGICAL MEL

Tamarack Weekend Slated for Youth

Youth News

for homework, socializing
and other activities. For in-
formation, contact Sheri.
Committees for the an-
nual Torah Fund concert,
which will be held April 4 at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods,
are now forming. For infor-
mation, call Janet Fink,
399-0668. -

January 9, 1976 43

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