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May 21, 1976 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-21

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36 May 21, 1976


Bnai Moshe USY Names
Marty Pasternak President



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For Men

Cong. Bnai Moshe's Sen-
ior United Synagogue Youth
group (grades 9-12) elected
Marty Pasternak president
at its recent election meet-
Other officers are Mark
Owens, Joel Ungar, Ron
Demak and Nancy Wanker-
man, vice presidents; Julie

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Beth Achim Group
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Giborim will have a din-
ner oneg Shabat May 28 in
the home of youth coordina-
tor Hartley Harris, 25611
Colleen, Oak Park. There is
a nominal charge. Singing,
dancing and refreshments
will follow. For information
and reservations, call Miss
Giborim will join Chalut-
zim USY (grades 5 and 6)
for a swimming party May
30 in the Oak Park High
School pool, meeting 6:45
p.m. at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
For information, Chalutzim
members may call adviser
Steve Kideckel, 968-1765.
Chalutzim USY will have
an open youth lounge
Thursday in the synagogue.
For information and reser-
vations contact Steve.
The Kadimah USY To-
ronto weekend has been
postpoined until June
10-13. For information,
call Sharon Landau,
For information on youn-
ger youth activities, call
Harris, 968-3563, or the
.youth lounge, 548-3123.


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Cong. Beth Achim Lahav
United Synagogue Youth
group will hold its election
of officers for the 1976-77
year 2 p.m. Sunday at the
A membership meeting
will precede the election.
For information, call Jerry
Friedman, president,




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have scored in the National
Merit Scholarship program
and are eligible for recogni-
tion in the 1977 program.
The students are: Cheryl
Balban, Akiva Hebrew Day
School; and Richard Beck-
man, Beth Lipson, Edward
Hurvitz, Jeffrey Goldstein,
Neil Babitch, Jeffrey Fried-
man, David Durbin, David
Ziegelman, Julie Winston,
Jeanett Roskamp, Louis
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1976 Kalt Israel Scholarship
Award at Beth Abraham-Hillel

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Miller, treasurer; and Sta-
cey Abrin, secretary.
Senior USY will have an
oneg Shabat 8 p.m. today in
the chapel. Dancing will
highlight the evening. For
information and reserva-
tions, call the adviser, Ron-
nie Anstandig, 968-1146.
Giborim USY (grades
3-4) will have a hayride
followed by a hot dog roast
Sunday, meeting 3:30 p.m.
in the synagogue. Drivers
are needed. For informa-
tion and reservations, con-
tact the adviser, Marla

Youth News

Merit Scholarship
Winners Listed

Steven Kalt, shown left, presents the runner-up
award to Stuart Cykiert while Cong. Beth Abraham-Hil-
lel president Irwin Klar gives the $1,000 Sidney Kalt Is-
rael Scholarship Award to Naim Peress.

The 1976 Cong. Beth
Abraham-Hillel winner of
the Sidney M. Kalt Israel
Scholarship Award is Naim
Peress, 15-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Mwafak Per-
ess of Birmingham.
The award carries a
$1,000 cash prize to cover a
summer study tour of Is-
rael, given by Mrs. Bee Kalt
and her family in memory
of her late husband.
The panel of judges con-
sisted of Steven Kalt, Dr.
Joseph Jacobson, Mrs. Max
Klayman, Abby Scholnick
and Dr. Selma Moss, with
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern as

Naim is a student of the
synagogue's post Bar
Mitzva Judaica depart-
ment, is a member of the
Beth Abraham-Hillel
NCSY Teens and is on the
synagogue's team in the
Inter-Congregational Bas-
ketball League.
The runner-up receiving a
$250 State of Israel Bond is
Stuart Cykiert, 16-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Cykiert of West Bloomfield.
Stuart is a member of the
synagogue boys choir and is
president of his AZA chap-

Hillel Day School Students
Plan Bicentennial Program

Hillel - Day School will
present a Bicentennial play
Wednesday in the school
building, featuring parents
of Hillel students and the
students themselves.
The play will focus on the
changing life style in Amer-
ica and the effect of the ar-
rival of Eastern European
Jewry on life in the U.S.
The journalism class will
distribute their version of

Levanon to Speak
on Spanish Jewry

The Sephardic Commu-
nity of Greater Detroit will
present Yosef Levanon who
will speak on "The Golden
Age of Spanish Jewry" 8
p.m. Sunday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. The public
is invited at no charge, and
refreshments will be served.
Born in Turkey, Levanon
is the dean of Midrasha,
College of Jewish Studies of
the United Hebrew Schools.
He is the principal of the
United Hebrew High School
and teaches history, Bible
and Jewish philosophy at
Oakland University. He is
currently completing his
doctorate in history.
The Sephardic Commu-
nity, in conjunction with the
United Hebrew Schools, will
offer courses in Sephardic
culture in the fall. The top-
ics will include "Sephardic
Jews Around the Worgd,"
"Persian Jews," Ladino and
Hebrew — conversational
and reading.
For information, contact
Rabbi Samuel Betsalell,

an 1876 edition of the Hillel
Hotline. ---
On Thursday, the De-
troit Youth Theatre will
present a program, "Sing
America," 4,2 p.m. in the
gymnasium. The progfam
will focus on the fist 100
years of American history.
There is a nominal charge
for students.
The eighth grade class
will have a basketball mara-
thon beginning 9 p.m. May
29, with proceeds going to
the scholarship fund and for
the class trip. Sponsors are
needed. For information,
call Etta Zivian, 545-5902.

Center to Award
Linden Scholarship

Applications are now
being accepted for the Sam-
uel Linden Scholarship
Fund for high school and
college students with a dem-
onstrated interest in and
committment to the study
of Hebrew.
The Linden Scholarship
was initiated by Mr. Lin-
den's family in honor of his
many years of community
service. It provides for a
comprehensive annual
study trip to Israel by a
young Detroit scholar.
Interested applicants
should address their resume
of interests and education,
including name and ad-
dress, to: Samuel Linden
Scholarship Fund, Jewish
Community Center of Met-
ropolitan Detroit, 6600 West
Maple, West Bloomfield.
Deadline is June 15.

Representatives of Arab
countries, Palestinian or-
ganizations and West Euro-
pean parliamentarians and
businessmen met here last
weekend for a two-day
"Palestinian Conference"
which, many said, came as a
reply to the conference on
behalf of Soviet Jewry held
here two months ago.
Hebron exiled leader, Dr.
Ahmed Hamzeh, deported
by Israel just before the
West Bank municipal elec-
tions, was among the 20
Arabs from the occupied
territories who "testified"
before the conference. Other
"witnesses" came from in-
side Israel itself and from
Palestinian refugee camps
The Israeli Embassy in
Brusseels- released a com-
munique deploring the fact
that the conference had
not invited "representa-
tives from all the parties in
the Middle East," namely
It also stressed that it was
symbolically held on May
15, the
of the
creation of the state of Is-
rael, as if to underscore its
desire to destroy the Jewish
state. A British film,
"Betrayal of Trust," claim-
ing to retrace the "real his-
tory" of Palestine, was
shown at the conference.

Priest Denounces
Anti-Semitic Book

PARIS (JTA) — A new
edition of a Catholic book
containing vicious accusa-
tions against the Jews was
strongly denounced by Ora-
torian Father Pierre Da)-
ville in the May editio'
the newspaper Le Droit de
Vivre (The Right To Live).
The book by Father Ar-
minjon, "Fin du Monde
Present et Mysteres de la
Vie Future" (The End of the
Present World and Myster7
ies of Future Life) re-is
by the central office of ,.„e
Carmelite Order in Lisieux,
Normandy, contains
"scandalous accusations
against the Jews."
The newspaper Le Monde
asked why it had been pub-
lished again since it did
nothing but hurt the Jews
and 'humiliate the Chris-
tians who took Vatican II

Even if an ass is laden
with gold, he will seek his
food among- thorns.
— The Talmud

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