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May 20, 1977 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-05-20

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413 Friday, May 20, 1977

TIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth Camp Seeks Summer Campers

Applicaitons are being ac-
cepted by Camp Yehudah,
the Zionist youth camp of.
Masada and the Zionist Or-
ganization of America,
which is celebrating its 15th
anniversary this year.
Located in Leonidas,
Mich., the camp provides a
program of Jewish subjects
as well as regular camp ac-

tivities for youth age 12-17.
Kashrut is observed.
For information and appli-
cations, contact Camp Yehu-
dah, 6328 North California
Ave., Chicago, Ill., 60659
(312-973-3232). Applications
also are available by con-
tacting the ZOD, 569-1515.

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Doctor of Podiatric Medi-
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Youth News

BNAI DAVID Junior Con-

gregation will reward mem-
bers who attend Saturday
morning youth services
with a trip to a Detroit
Tigers baseball game on
May 29. Members will meet
12:15 p.m. at the youth
lounge, and proceed by bus
to Tiger Stadium. Special
ticket prices are available
for members, with extra dis-
counts for those who have
attended services 10 times
or more. Reservations for
tickets must be made by
Thursday. For reservations
and information, call the
synagogue youth-line, 557-
8325, or president David
Nathan, 967-3347. Junior con-
gregation members recent-
ly 'honored for regularly at-
tending services were Ally-
son Imber, Lisa Behar and
Michael Lipsitz.
Atid senior group (grades
9-12) will join with National
Conference of Synagogue
Youth (NCSY) groups from
around the Detroit and To-
ledo area to attend the De-
troit Tigers baseball game
May 29. Members will meet
at noon at Bnai David to
join with the other groups.
For reservations, call advis-
er Hartley Harris, 968-3563,
or president Steve Dines,
557-1977.
Masada (grades 7-8) in-
vites all members and
friends to a bowling party
on Sunday at the West
Bloomfield Lanes. The
group will gather at 1:30
p.m. in the youth lounge.
Refreshments will be serv-
ed, and drivers are needed.
The activity will also serve
as a bowl-a-thon to raise
money towards a year-end
trip to Cedar Point. For in-
formation, call chairman El-
liot Maness, 557-6269, or ad-
viser Danny Kaplan, 398-
7422.

Masada will hold an exec-
utive board meeting for all
officers at noon Sunday, in
the youth lounge. Topics to

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be discussed include an up-
coming oneg Shabat pro-
gram, Cedar Point, and
plans for next year. For in-
formation, contact adviser
Kaplan.

Ha-Or (grades 5-6) will
also attend a Detroit Tigers
baseball game on May 29,
meeting 12:15 p.m. at the
synagogue. Bus transporta-
tion will be provided, and
refreshments will be served
to members at the game.
Reservations must be made
by May 26. For informa-
tion, contact adviser Steve
Kideckel, 968-1765.
Ruach (grades 3-4), will
attend a surprise movie on
Thursday. The group will
gather at 6:30 p.m. and pro-
ceed to a nearby movie
theatre. Drivers are
needed. For reservations,
contact adviser Marla
Magy, 356-5749.
For further details on
youth activities at Bnai
David, call the synagogue
youth-line, 557-8325.

Irving Leber
Representative

Sheldon Moggel
Representative

Jack Lebowitz
Representative

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services at 9:30 a.m. Sun-
day, to be followed by a
baseball game.

PARIS (JTA )—Baron
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France's United Jewish Wel-
fare Fund. His son, David,
was re-elected treasurer of
the orgaization.

The YI Teens will hold
their annual Torah Fund
concert, featuring the Eliat
Duo Orchestra, Richie
Starr and Stuy Billiaur,
7:30 p.m. June 12 at Young
Israel of Greenfield. There
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BNAI MOSHE youth de-
partment is cancelling its
activities indefinitely, due
to the death of Rabbi Moses
Lehrman.

* * *
BETH SHALOM

USY
held elections at the mem-
bership meeting May 12.
Elected were Scott Littky,
president; David Medow,
Ron Lederman, Darryl
Leff, Terry Schwartz, vice
presidents; Lisa Goldstein,
treasurer; Carolyn Sklar-
chyk, secretary.
Installation of officers
will take place 8:30 p.m.
tonight at the synagogue.
Ricky Schostak, CRUSY
president, will be installing
officer.
Following services 10
a.m. Saturday, there will
be a study luncheon, with
Rabbi Max Weine to speak
on conversion.

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Otcfizltza.

YOUNG ISRAEL TEENS

received the Torah Achieve-
ment Award at the Central
East regional convention of
NCSY last week in Cleve-
land. Advisers Milton Neu-
man and Terri Leiderman
received the outstanding
leadership award, while
Shira Shuchatowitz re-
ceived the special service
citation. Other honorees
were Janet Fink, - merit-
orious leadership award,
and Michael Schwarzberg
and Dena Greenbaum,
NCSYer of the year award.
The YI Teens will hold a
Shavuot program Sunday
evening through Monday
morning.

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3073.
Jewish teens in grades
nine-12 who are interested
in joining Young Israel
Teens may call the presi-
dent, Janet Fink, 967-3073,
or vice president, Michael
Eisenberg, 399-3989.

Joan Raider
Manager

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9:30 p.m. at the synagogue,
featuring the Phoenix band.
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