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February 15, 1980 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

X Friday, February 15, 1980

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Dalyah BBG will spon-
sor a "rock 'n' roll dance7.8
p.m. Saturday at the
Jewish Cetturaikity
The dance is•iging:.
'conjunction with ttieMitt-
west Regional JCC Basket-
ball Tournament and is
open to Jewish teens age
14-18. Dress is informal,
and music will be by "High
Voltage." Admission will be
charged, and refreshments
served-. For information,
call Sandy Zoldan, 424-
8248; or Heather Arnold;
477-1941.
The Great Lakes AZA
Council and Pisgah Lodge
Bnai Brith will hold a joint
bowling tournament 9 a.m.
Sunday at West Bloomfield
Lanes. The program is open
to all AZA seniors free of
charge. Following the tour-
nament, Pisgah members
will host the AZAers at a
brunch at Stafford's. For in-
formation, call Joel Ungar,
AZA coordinator, 557-1481.
Jolson AZA claimed its
second victory and Beber,
Kishon and L'Chaim AZA
their first in the second
week of competition in the
AZA basketball league. Bob
Ernst of Akiba AZA is the
leading scorer with an av-
erage of 30 points per game
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Applications are being
taken for the annual $1,500
Harry and Sarah Laker Is-
rael Youth Scholarship
awarded under the auspices
of Cong. Beth Achim.
The cash award is given
for the purpose of pursuing
a year of academic study at
an accredited Israeli in-
stitution of higher learning.
Applicants must be resi-
dents of Michigan and
attending a college or uni-
versity in the U.S. The
applicant also must have
applied to an Israeli institu-
tion of higher learning.
Deadline is March 1. For
an application; contact
Cong. Beth Achim, 21100
W. 12 Mile, Southfield
48076, 352-8670.

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AZA second with an aver-
age of 25. The AZA basket-

league will meet 1 p.m.
day at the Windsor
h Community Centre.
, self BBG will spon-
sor a rollerakating night
7:30 p.m. Feb. 25 at the
Bonaventure roller rink.
All AZA and BBG members
are invited. There is a
charge. For information,
call Janet Feldman, 851-
9398.
Tikvah BBG was re-
cently inducted as the
newest chapter in Michigan
Region BBYO. Officers are:
Jenni Newman, president;
Leslie Cohen, vice
president; Cindy Rosenfeld,
Mit-Mom (Teacher); Marla
Eder, treasurer, Traci Wolf,
recording secretary; and
Lori Freedland, correspond-
ing secretary. Tikvah BBG
serves the Birmingham-
Bloomfield Hills area. Any
one interested in joining
should contact Jenni New-
man, 851-5349.
BBYO announces the ap-
pointment of Robin Hutton
as adviser to Shira BBG and
Cathi Firsht as adviser to
Tikvah BBG. Advisers are
still needed for AZA and
BBG chapters serving
Southfield, Oak Park, Far-
mington Hills and West
Bloomfield. To volunteer,
contact Hope Brandis or
Brian Ackerson at the
BBYO office, 354-6113.
The Bnai Brith Men's and
Women's Councils and the
BBYO board of directors
will hold a BBYO Adviser
Recognition Night 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 27 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. All AZA, BBG
and Bnai Brith members
are invited. ,The program
will honor the volunteers to
the 35 chapters of Michigan
Region BBYO.
Akiba AZA and Kishon
AZA will sponsor a basket-
ball marathon 4 p.m. March
8 at the 10 Mile Jewish
Center. The program will
run through noon March 9.
Proceeds from the
marathon will go to the
BBYO International Serv-
ice Fund and to the Ameri-
can Cancer Society. Anyone
wishing to be a sponsor or
seeking information should
contact Steve Shanbom,
855-2672.
Masada BBG will spon-
sor its fourth annual No-
Talk-A-Thon March 30.
Anyone interested in judg-
ing the event is asked to
contact Joanna Salomon,
chapter president, 642-
5884.

JCCouncil Takes
Nominations

The nominating commit-
tee of the Jewish Commu-
nity Council of Metropoli-
tan Detroit is now in forma-
tion. Suggested nominees
for Council officers and
Executive Committee are
welcome.
Nominations should be
submitted in writing to:
Jewish Community Coun-
cil, Marian Shifman,
President, 163 Madison,
Detroit 48226.

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Akiva Banquet Includes
Tribute to Late Tomkiewicz

A memorial tribute to Zvi
Tomkiewicz, a founder and
supporter trAkiva Hebrew
Day School, will be part of
the program at Akiva's 16th
annual anniversary ban-
quet to be held 7 p.m. Feb.
24 at Cong. Beth Achim.
Mr. Tomkiewicz was an
active proponent of Jewish

Ross to Address
AJCongress

State Sen. Doug Ross will
address an open board meet-
ing of American Jewish
Congress 8 p.m. Wednesday
in the home of Neal
Grossman, 4331 Compton
Way, Bloomfield Hills. For
reservations, call the AJ-
Congress, 357-2766.

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its Beit Midrash "Baia Zvi."
The banquet also will
be the occasion to honor
Dr. Llojd" - Paul. Guest
speakgr will be Malcolm
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