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March 13, 1981 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, March 13, 1981

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BBYO Activities)

Shalom Aviv BBG will
have an ice cream social for
newly arrived Russian im-
migrants between the ages
13 and 17 1 p.m. Sunday at
the United Hebrew Schools.
Films will be shown during
the afternoon. Those who
need rides can call Laura
Greenberg, chairman,
851-3392 or 855-1751.
Michigan Region BBYO
will celebrate BBYO Week
March 21-28 honoring
BBYO "for 57 years of ser-
vice to Jewish youth." A
series- of activities has been
planned to which all mem-
bers of BBYO and Jewish
youth age 14-18 are invited.
Erani BBG is sponsoring a
Purim party and Spirit
Night 7:30 p.m. March 21 at
Thompson Middle School in
Southfield. There will be
greggers and hamantashen
for everyone. A nominal
admission will be charged.
The AZA and BBG Coun-
cil executive boards will
challenge the AZA and BBG
chapter advisers in an ex-
hibition basketball game 1
p.m. March 22 at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch of
the Jewish Community
Center.
An Adviser Recogni-
tion Night will be held
honoring those adult
volunteers who work
with AZA and BBG chap-
ters 7;30 p.m. March 23 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.

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synagogue building under
construction in an Atlanta,
Ga. suburb Feb. 20 and the
desecration of a synagogue
in Evansville, Ind. by van-
dals two days later has
aroused serious concern in
both communities and
among Jews generally, less
for the damage done than
over the implications of the
anti-Semitic acts.

According to Community,
a Jewish publication in
Louisville, Ky., uniden-
tified persons armed with
red paint sprayed swas-
tikas, "White Power" and
other racist slogans on the
walls of the Adath Bnai Is-
rael synagogue in
Evansville, a town in south-
ern Indiana with a Jewish
population of 1,200. The in-
cident occurred in the early
hours of Feb. 22. Children
reporting for Sunday_ school
classes at the synagogue
were confronted with the
hate messages.
It was the second incident
of its type in the past 18
months. It differed from the
first in that it was not fol-
lowed by hate letters and
telephone calls. Three days

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later, the home of Rabbi
Michael Herzbrun,
spiritual leader of the con-
gregation, was ransacked
by what police called "pro-
fessional burglars" who did
damage estimated at
$10,000.
The Southern Israelite
of Atlanta reported that
the cross-burning at Beth
Shalom synagogue oc-
curred in full view of 7F
members of the congre _
gation, including chil-
dren who were attending
special Friday evening
services at an elementary
school across the street.
A three-foot high cross
made of planking and fabric
and held together by a
coathanger was ignited on
the front lawn of the un-
finished synagogue. The
blaze was put out by con-
gregation members with
fire extinguishers before
„the fire department arrived.

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Glazer BBG will sponsor
an ice cream social 7 p.m.
March 26 at Thompson
Middle School. All
BBYOers who wear chapter
or regional BBYO T-shirts
to the program will get in
free.
BBYO will hold its mem-
bership "drive incentive
dinner 6:30 p.m. March 28.
Members who recruited
new members during the
membership drive and
those new members who
were recruited will receive
special invitations to
attend.
Rose AZA will conclude
BBYO Week by sponsoring
its annual spring dance 8
p.m. March 28 at
Southfield-Lathrup High
School. The dance will fea-
ture DJ Mark Roberts of
WDRQ and is open to all
Jewish youth. A nominal
admission will be charged.
Overall coordinators for
BBYO Week are Aileen
Katz and Michael Weil,
third vice presidents of the
BBG and AZA Councils, re-
spectively. For information,
call the BBYO office, 552-
8260.
The AZA Basketball
league will meet Sunday
at the Windsor Jewish
Community Center. At 1
p.m., Beber AZA will play
Jolson AZA. At 2 p.m., the
Posen-Hart-Benny team
will play Samson AZA. At
3 p.m., Akiba AZA chal-
lengesL'Chaim
AZA, and
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at 4 p.m. Herzl AZA takes
on Kishon AZA. Beber
AZA leads Division I with
a 5-0 record and Jolson
AZA sits atop Division
III, also at 5-0. The top
scorers for the league are
David Karp of Beber AZA
with a 29.8 average; Scott
Kalt of L'Chaim -AZA
with a 24.8 average and
Bob Blumberg of Kishon
AZA with a 22.5 average.
Four Michigan Region
BBY0ers will attend the
District 6 BBYO spring
executive board today
through Sunday in Mil-
waukee, Wis. Michele
Ungar and Marc Bakst,
presidents of the BBG and
AZA Councils, respectively,
will represent Michigan
Region at the meeting while
Cheryl Raimi and Michael
Wais will attend as the -
overall coordinators of the
upcoming District 6 conven-
tion to be held in June at
Schwartz's Resort in Elk-
hart Lake, Wis. Arnold J.
Weiner, BBYO director,
who will serve as program
director of the District 6
convention.
The Great Lakes AZA
Council announces the
selection of David Icikson of
Beber AZA as the Michigan
Region District 6 conven-
tion coordinator.

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