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December 24, 1976 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-24

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46 FriAtay,,December 24, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Local Rhodes Scholar a Member
of Family Active in Jewish Affairs

AI DAVID junior
congregation members
who have attended
Shabat services 10 times
were presented with spe-
cial awards in the main
congregation 2 - during
Shabat services Satur-
day. Boys who received
specially inscribed yar-
mulkes were: Steve Di-
nes, Craig Freedman,
Alan Gosman, Joel Kollin,
Elliot Maness, David
Nathan, Stuart Nathan
and Dean Weiss. Pre-
sented with Israeli rings
were: Barbara Bennett,
Betsy Bernard, Greta
Bernard, Lisa Chatlin,
Laurie Chudnow, Riva
Dines, Sandra-Freedman,
Cheryl Gosman, Gael
Grossman, Marci
Grossman, Kim Maneli
and Lisa Orechkin.

-

Atid senior group, for
9-12 graders, will travel to
a pinball arcade Jan. 2.
The group will meet at
2:30 p.m. in the youth
lounge. The group bas-
ketball team will play in
the inter-congregational
basketball league at the
Jewish Community
Center that evening,
leaving the synagogue at
7 p.m. For reservations
and information, contact
adviser Hartley Harris,
968-3563.
Masada (grades 7-8) will
hold a gym and swim night
at the Jewish Community
Center main buliding on
'Saturday, meeting 7 p.m.
in the synagogue youth
lounge. There is a charge,
and drivers are needed.
For reservations, contact
adviser Danny Kaplan,
398-7422, or group presi-
dent David Nathan, 548-
10Q6.

Masada will hold a -spe-
cial meeting at 2 p.m. on
Jan. 2 for all members in-
terested in attending the
group's Tamarack winter
weekend Jan. 21-23. For
information, contact Kap-
lan.
Ha-Or (grades 5-6) will
celebrate the opening of
the synagogue's new
youth lounge at an open
youth lounge 2 p.m. Sun-
day. For information,
contact adviser Steve
Kideckel, 968-1765.

Ruach (grades 3-4) offic-
ers are Sherri Bachaiov,
president; Dean Weiss,
vice president; Betsy
Bernard, secretary; and
Deanna Serling, trea-
surer.
For information on
Bnai David youth ac-
tivities, call the
synagogue youth line,
557-8325. _

* * *

BETH
ACHIM'S
Kadima group will join
the Cong. Bnai David-
youth for a gym and swim
night Saturday at the
Jewish Community
Center, meeting 7 p.m. at
Beth Achim. There is a
nominal charge. For in-
formation, call Jody
Jacobs, adviser, 642-9884.
Beth Achim will have a
drop-in for Jewish youth
age 14-18 at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday t in the
$ynagogue.

& 7

YACHAD
United
Synagogue Youth group
will have a bowl-a-thon
fund raiser noon Jan.-9 at
Plum Hollow Lanes.
There is a charge. For in-
formation and sponsor
sheets, call Shari Wen-
ner, 534-8096.

And It Shall
Be in the
End of Days

BY ABRAHAM MARTAN

Translated from the Hebrew

BY JOSHUA JOYRICH

(Freidenreikh)
Long
ago
arrived the
prophecies
Already they became the mar-
vels.
In the end of days
No one will further urge the
Providence

Erewhile the end has chanced
The Messianic days arrived.
And with the coming of the
mood
The wind removed.

The fortunes came-behold
The end of days arrived.
The earth is tilled with all the
best
As water compensates the sea.

Already guards have sprouted
And the end of days ap-
peared.
There is Security and Plenty in
the Land-
The Heaven is void.

Denise Thal, the Hun-
tington Woods student
who became one of the
first women winners of
the Rhodes scholarship
prize, comes from. a fam-
ily actively involved in
Jewish communal causes.
A graduate of Berkley
High School and an eco-
nomics major at Harvard,
Miss Thal was confirmed
at Temple Israel where
she was active in the
temple's Michigan State
Temple Youth chapter.
She attended Fresh Air
Society camps and later
was a counselor at Camp
Agree. On campus, she
participates in the Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation's
activities.
Miss Thal was a National
Merit Scholar at Berkley
and treasurer of the stu-
dent council. She made
headlines at age 16 when a
Federal court ruled she
could play Berkley's boys'
tennis team. She captained
the team as a senior and
was captain of the women's
tennis team at Radcliffe.
Established in 1903 by
the will of British philan-
thropist Cecil Rhodes, the
award provides an alloca-
tion of more than $5,000

'Fisher Bill' Spurs
Detroit Housing

Of the days gone-it's-the end,
And for each mortal-it's the
end.
The spirit shall return to the one
who had it donated
And dust-to the End.

Israeli Competes
in Golf Tourney

PALM SPRINGS, Calif.
— Among the players on
48 teams from around the
world competing -in the
24th World Cup golf tour-
nament is 19-year-old
Barry Mandel, the Israeli
open champion from
Caesarea Country Club.
"I went out of my way
to shake hands with the
Egyptian players and the
Moroccan players,"
Barry said of the two
Arab nations competing.
"That is the purpose of
this tournament — inter-
national good will. But on
the golf course, I want to
beat them more than any
other nation."

Egypt, Syria Will
Exert Pressure

WASHINGTON (ZINS)

— Political experts have
said that although Egypt
and Syria seem to have
reconciled their differ-
ences, this is only a tern-
porary compromise to
exert pressure on the
coming Carter Adminis-
tration to renew the Am-
erical political offensive
in the Middle East. -

MAX FISHER
A tax break approved
by the state legislature
will stimulate housing
development on the river-
front, especially a project
in which financier Max
Fisher is a partner.
The legislation, infor-
mally known as "the Max
Fisher bill" because of

the Detroit financier's
involvement in the river-
front project, Interna-
tional Towers, provides a
12-year property tax
exemption to stimulate
the building of new hous-
ing in downtown Detroit.

NEW YORK — The
newly elected officers and
members of the executive
committee of the Rabbin-
ical Alliance of America,
were installed Monday.
The following were in-
stalled: Rabbi Abraham
B. Hecht, president. Rab-
bis David Bergstein,
Manfred Gans, Hershel
Kurzrdck, Menachem
Rokeach, Abraham
Stone, Michael Fine,
Boruch Leibowitz, Has-
kel Kindenthal, vice pres-
idents. ,

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DENISE THAL

for two years of study at
Oxford University.
Miss Thal will attend
the Oxford honors school,
where she will study poli-
tics, philosophy and eco-
nomics.
Her father, Bruce Thal,
a certified public accoun,
tant, is the past president
and a board member of
the Jewish Vocational
Service, of which he is a
former treasurer. He is
the current president of
the National Association
of Jewish Vocational
Services. He also served
as treasurer of the Jewish
Family Service.
A member of the Fed-
eration board of gover-
nors, Thal also is a board
member of Federation's
Endowment Fund and a
vice chairman.
His Allied Jewish Cam-
paign activities include a
vice chairmanship in the
current pre-Campaign ef-
fort, membership in the
Campaign's Community
Services Division, past
chairmanship of the Pro-.
fessional Division and a
directorship in the Detroit
Service Group. Thal is a
_member of the Campaign
Cabinet and serves on the
cash collection committee.
Mrs. (Ileane) ' Thal
served on the boards of
the JFS and the Federa-
tion Women's Division.

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-

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And no one yet was scared
Of the contended.

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Under the supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

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