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January 28, 1977 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-28

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TI W DETRb1Y JEWISH NEWS`

Youth News

The highest award pre-
sented at the annual
BBYO Regional Conven-
tion was the most distin-
guished chapter award,
presented to the AZA and
BBG Chapter that best
participates in the con-
vention. Winners were Al
Jolson AZA of Livonia,
and, for the second con-
secutive year, Benjamin
Disraeli BBG of West
Bloomfield.
Winners of Regional
>do competition in national
BBYO contests were:
AZA Oratory, Steven
Rosenbaum, Herzl AZA,
Windsor, AZA Story Tel-
ling, for the second con-
secutive year, Jeff Adler,
Rose AZA; , BBG Youth
Forum, Dana Wolfe,
Na'im BBG; BBG Story
Telling, Miriam Wolk,
Disraeli BBG; AZA
Newspaper, Herzl AZA,
Windsor; , BBG News-_
paper: Sabra BBG;
r
BBYO Newspaper, Levi
Strauss BBYO, Mt. Cle-
mens; BBG Originality
Plus-Literature, Cathy
Marks, Lazarus BBG,
Grand Rapids; Art, Susan
Stein, Naches BBG;
Handicrafts, Marcie
Oleinick, Sabra BBG.
Winners of regional
competition in district
contests were: AZA Song,
Levi Strauss BBYO, Mt.
Clemens; BBG Song,
Sabra BBG; AZA Origi-
nality Plus — Literature,
Stuart Cykiert, Goode
AZA; Art, Carl Weingar-
den, Herzl AZA, Windsor;
Handicrafts, Mike
Snyder, Akiba AZA; AZA
Film, Herzl AZA,
Windsor; BBG Film:
Chavayro-s BBG; AZA
Photography — black and
white, Mike Arnold, Jol-
son AZA, Livonia; AZA
Photography — color,
Bob Manela, Posen AZA;
BBG Photography —
black and white, Elaine
Plotnik, Glazer BBG;
BBG Photography —
color, -Cheryl Fell, N aches
BBG.
Regional contest win-
ners were: AZA Bake-
cakes, Marty Brown,
L'Chaim AZA; Cookies,
ShaWn Burk, Herzl AZA,
Windsor; Jewish Desserts,

Sam Ossepow, Strauss
BBYO, Mt. Clemens; BBG
Bake-cakes, Jamie Shevin,
RaMBaM BBYO, Flint;
Cookies, Sue Kushner,
Aliyah BBG; Jewish De-
sserts, Sheryl Perlmuter,
Glazer GGB; AZA Chapter
T-shirts, Posen AZA; BBG
Chapter T-shirts, Brice
BBG; BBYO Talent Show,
Kishon AZA.
In athletic competition
Rose AZA won the AZA
basketball tournament
while Jolson AZA,
Livonia, took the AZA
ping pong championship.
Ahavah BBG won the
BBG volleyball tourna-
ment, while Na'im BBG
won the BBG ping pong
championship for the sec-
ond consecutive year. The
winner in AZA bowling
for the second consecu-
tive year was Herzl AZA,
Windsor, while - the BBG
bowling winner was
Ahavah BBG.
* * *
BNAI
MOSHE
Kadimah
United
Synagogue Youth, grades
7-8 will meet 2 p.m. Sun-
day at the synagogue for
an afternoon of bowling,
and will return to the
synagogue 4:30 p.m.
Drivers are needed. For
information, call adviser
Terry Moss, 557-0496 or
the synagogue youth of-
fice, 548-3123.
The Talit and Tefilin
Club will. present mem-
bership cards to particip-
ants who have attended
the program at least
three times this year. The
cards will be presented at
the next regular meeting,

AZA Chapters
Mark Tu b'Shevat

Members of Bnai Brith
AZA Chapters will sell
trees Mr planting in Is-
rael, through the Jewish
National Fund, Sunday
at malls and shopping
centers in Oakland
County, including Har-
vard Row and Dexter-
Davison. -
The annual tree drive is
held to mark Tu b'Shevat,
the New Year \ of Trees.
Their goal is sell 613
trees, representing the
613 mitzvot in the Torah.

Labor ZioniSt Leaders Meet

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volunteering in Israel has
been issued by the
Philatelic Services Divi-
sion of the Israel Ministry
of Communications. The
stamp was designed by
22-year-old Lea Chlavin,
who immigrated to Israel
in 1967 from Riga, USSR.

board Seminar, "Israel
1977 — Options And Ap-
proaches," on Feb. 25-27
in Atlantic City, N.J.
Five major speakers
will address the gather-
ing. They are Dr. Judah J.
Shapiro, - Robert Salz,
Pinchas Rimon, Adir Zik
and Rose Lewis.
Among the topics to be
discussed are the Allon
Plan and other proposals
for peace_in the Middle
East. The participants in
the seminar will hear
from Gush Emunim and
the Socialist Zionist
Union, according to
Henry Stern and Fradle
Friedenreich, co-
chairmen of the seminar.

"Conversation between
Adam and Eve must have
been' difficult at
times—they had nobody to
talk about.
—Agnes Repplier

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8:30 p.m. Sunday. Ser-
vices will be followed- by
discussions, breakfast,
and bowling. There is a
nominal charge.
A father and son bowl-
ing tournament will be
held Feb. 20, following
minyan and breakfast.
For more information
contact the group's ad-
viser, Paul Levine at the
synagogue, 548-9000, or
at 354-3845.
* * *
BETH ACHIM Kadima
will attend the "Disco
Nite" at Cong. Bnai
Moshe Saturday. Kadima
will bowl at Plum Hollow
Lanes, Sunday. For in-
formation, call Jody
Jacobs, adviser, 352-8670.
Beth Achim 3-7 year
olds meet 10 a.m. Satur-
days for services. The
children sing Hebrew
songs, listen to stories
and learn about Judaism.
The leader of this group,is
Beth Norman. .
The synagogue spon-
sors a drop-in for all
Jewish youth, age 14-18,
every Wednesday even-
ing at the synagogue.
* * *
BNAI DAVID youth
will hold its
final
Tamarack
winter
weekend retreat today
through Sunday. Young
people in Ruach (grades
3-4), led by Marla Magy,
and Ha-Or group (grades
5-6), led by Steve Kidec-
kel, will conduct their
own Shabat services Fri-
day evening and Satur-
day morning. Theme for
Shabat discussion will be:
"What Makes a Jew?"
Junior congregation
will continue to hold regu-
lar Shabat services for
youth during the
Tamarack weekend. All
groups will gather in the
chapel at 10 a.m. Satur-
day. Story Hour for youth
age 4-7 will also be held in
its room.
Atid seniors (grades
9-12) will hold a sleighride
party on Feb, 6, meeting
6:30 p.m. at the
synagogue. The group
will also attend an open
youth lounge night 8 p.m.
Feb. 5 at the offices of the
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth. For in-
formation, contact ad-
viser Hartley Harris,
968-3563.
Masada 7-8th graders
will meet for an ice skating
party 7 p.m. Feb. 12 in the
youth lounge. Ice skates
will be included. Drivers
are needed.. Anyone in-
terested may call adviser
Danny Kaplan, 398-7422.
Ha-Or will meet at 1:30
p.m. Feb. 5, while Ruach
members will gather at
1:30 p.m. Feb. 12 in the
youth lounge. For infor-
mation, contact Ha-Or
adviser Steve Kideckel,
968-1765, or Ruach ad-
viser Marla Magy, 356-
5749 or 356-2146.
For information on
youth activities at Bnai
David, call the synagogue
youth line, 557-8325.

BETH SHALOM senior
United Synagogue Youth
will hold a disco,dance 8
p.m. Saturday in the syn-
agogue. There is a charge.

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For information, call
Scott Littky, 398-8375.
Kadima wil: hold an all-
city dance 8:30 p.m.
Saturday in the syna-
gogue. Disc jockey Marc
Ankerman will provide
entertainment. There is a
charge, and refreshments
will be served. For infor-
mation, call Stuart
Horowitz, 357-3563.
USY and Kadima
groups will have an oneg
Shabat 8:30 p.m. Feb. 4, in
the synagogue chapel.
Theme of the service will
be, "A Modern Evolution
of Man." For English
readings or information,
call Ron Lederman, 546-
7291, or Rick Rosenberg,
354-0122.

Kadima will join the
United Synagogue Youth
groups from Beth Shalom
and Beth Achim for a
weekend at Camp
Tamarack Feb. 18-20. Of-
ficiating at the weekend
are Jonny Widenbau,
over-all chairman; Steve
Lederman, 'religious
chairman; Diane Leder :
man, social; Ronn Leff,
registration; Alecia
Goodman, kits; Linda
Robbins, decorations;
and Rhonda Levine, arts
and crafts.
* * *
CHALOM ATID, United
Synagogue Youth, will
participate in Sabbath
eve services 8 p.m. to-
night at Livonia Jewish
Congregation. Services
will be led by Steven Fine,
Chalom Atid religious
vice president. A short
program will be pre-
sented during the_servic-
es, and an oneg Shabat
will follow.
* * *

Open House
at Adat Shalom

Adat Shalom United
Hebrew School will hold
an open house 10 a.m. -
noon Feb. 6. No regular-
classes are scheduled.
At 10 a.m. in the
synagogue social hall,
there will be a special
program featuring a chil-
dren's choir, after which,
classrooms will be visited

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PRESENTS

World of Jewish Entertainment

Sunday, January 30, 1977 7:30-9:30 P.M.

RABBI SHLOMO CARLEBACH

Sunday, February 20, 1977 7:30-9:30 P.M.

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Saturday, March 12, 1977 8:00-10:00 P.M.

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Donation: All Three Programs $5.00 • Individual Tickets $2.00 Sold At The Door

Beth Achim's Wasserman Hall

21100 W. 12 Mile Road Southfield, Michigan

For Tickets Call The Synagogue Office at 352-8670 or Co-Chairmen
Allen "Manny" Sterns 353-3773
Stewart Silverman 547-2329

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