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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

I Youth News

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD announces
there will be a minyan for
boys and girls age 3-9 at 10
a.m. Saturday.
Kvutzat Shabat group for
children in nursery school
through second grade will

Energy Center

meet at 6:50 p.m. Saturday

TEL AVIV — Tel Aviv
University has opened its
Gordon Center for Energy
Studies.

The 613 Mitzvot (Sefer
Hachinuch) and Pirke Avot
will be the focus of study for
the Young Israel 613 Club
for boys age 8-12 at 7:30
p.m. Saturday.

The two maxims of any
great man at court are, al-
ways to keep his counte-
nance, and never to keep his
word.
—Swift

BBYO Activities

Twenty-one Michigan
Region BBYOers attended
the BBYO Midwest
Machon, held at the Bnai
Brith Beber Camp in Muk-
wonago, Wis. The conven-

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Reasonable rates—
Fast service.

Days, Eves., Weekends

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Superior electric

C ompany

OF
GREATER
DETROIT

Free
Estimates

7

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FINEST CUSTOM
PAINTING

Drywall and plaster repairs.
Wallpaper removal. Wall wash-
ing. Work myself at competitive
prices. For details call eves.

544-3118

PIANO TUNING-REPAIRS

Graduate of "Detroit
School for Piano Techni-
cians"

Reasonable Rates
Laurence Eisenberg
534-5657

53—ENTERTAINMENT

VIOLINIST. All occasions. $20
hour. 542-3359.

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. Call 893-9667.

BIRTHDAY PARTIES

And other Special Occasions.

273-6716

Clowns, juggling; magic,
music dance, Puppets,
balloon sculpture.

CARTOONS
CARICATURES
BY

JULIUS
293-1723

FOR ANY OCCASION

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For your summer party.
Need a piano? I'll bring
mine. Dance, sing-a-long.
Have your own piano-bar.

646-9531

tion featured inter-regional
run-offs for BBYO Interna-
tional Contests. In all,
Michigan BBYO captured
21 awards, the most of any
region present.
Michigan BBYO won first
place as follows: Sheri Ben-
koff, Shoshanna BBG, BBG
Oratory; Ida Schuster, Sav-
age BBG, BBG Literature;
Missy Remer, Shoshanna
BBG, BBG Art; Lisa Chat-
lin, Shalom Aviv BBG, BBG
Handicrafts; Fanny Brice
BBG, BBG Scrapbook; and
Gen. Maurice Rose AZA in
AZA Newspaper.
Second place achieve-
ment was won by Mark Le-,
yin, Akiba AZA, AZA
Storytelling; Dora Savage
BBG, BBG Newspaper; and
Chavayrim BBYO, Grand
Rapids, BBYO Newspaper.
A third place award was
presented to Brian Kolen-
der, Hart AZA, in the AZA
Oratory category.
Michigan Region also
became first place reci-
pients in 11 program of
the year categories. Herzl
AZA, Windsor, won in the
AZA cultural category
for its chapter "Leader-
ship for the Future" pro-
gram; Rose AZA won in
AZA social for its road
rally and in AZA athletic
for its work with the
Jewish Association For
Retarded Citizens in
bowling and softball;
Shalom Aviv BBG won in
the BBG recreation di-
vision for its gym and
swim program; and
Shoshanna BBG won in
BBG sisterhood division
for its farm excursion.
Other program of the year
winners were Brice BBG
and Beber AZA, BBYO cul-
tural for their "World Reli-
gions" weekend at the
BBYO Milan Conference
Centre; Rose AZA and
Yachad BBG, Windsor,
BBYO religious for their
"Middle East Awareness'
weekend at the Milan
Centre; Savage BBG and
Hart AZA, BBYO social for
their Milan weekend fo-
cused on "The Unknown";
and Herzl AZA, Windsor,
and Aliyah BBG, BBYO so-
cial for its Milan weekend
focusing on "The Jewish
Teen: What Makes Us
Unique?"
The Great Lakes BBG
Council won a program of
the year award in the BBG
citizenship category for its
"Get Out the Vote Drive" in
the fall of 1982, and another
in the BBG sisterhood di-

Corruption is a tree,
whose branches are of un-
measurable length; they
spread everywhere.

vision for its BBG-BBW
program on the theme of
"Human Sexuality."
The AZA Softball League
will play Sunday at South-
field High School. At 9 a.m.,
Brandeis/L'Chaim will play
Rose AZA 1 and Beber AZA
will play Samson AZA. At
10:30 a.m., Jolson AZA will
play Wallenberg AZA; Rose
AZA 2 will play Hart AZA;
and Benny/Herzl will play
Ruach AZA. Currently,
Samson AZA holds first
place with a 5-0 record
while four other chapters
are tied for second with 4-1
records.
The Great Lakes AZA
Council announces the
selection of Neal Zipser of
Benny AZA as chairman
of the 1983 BBYO Kickoff
Dance, which will take
place Oct. 1.
BBYO is seeking volun-
teer advisers for chapters
throughout the metropoli-
tan Detroit area. To volun-
teer, contact Brian Acker-
son for AZA or Debrah
Klein for BBG at the BBYO
office, 552-8260.
Four Michigan BBYOers
are attending the first ses-
sion of the BBYO Chapter
Leadership Training Con-
ference — a two-week lead-
ership program held at the
Bnai Brith Beber Camp in
Mukwonago, Wis. Those
attending are Staci
Goldman of Glazer BBG,
Hilary Olson of Maehar
BBG, Nancy Gladstone of
Dalyah BBG and Nancy
Eskin of Yachad BBG,
Windsor.
In addition, three Michi-
gan BBYOers will attend
the second session of the
CLTC, which begins July
20. Those attending are
Marsha Beresh of Shemesh
BBG; Emily Burns of
Ahavah BBG, Annat Apel
of Glazer BBG.

Readers Forum

Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief. The writer's name will be
withheld from publication upon request. No unsigned letters will be published. Materials
will not be returned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is enclosed.

Attacks on Hasidim Condemned

Editor, The Jewish News:
The Jewish nation has
always previously exhibited
the traits of compassion,
modesty and benevolence.
We have always despised
evil traits and acts of vio-
lence. Hooliganism and
murder have always been
considered to be the worst
possible behavior. "With
your sword shall you live"
was not the blessing given
to the Jews. Quite the con-
trary, there is no greater
shame than that of a mur-
derer.
Therefore, we are shocked

and filled with anguish and
pain to hear that which has
occurred most recently be-
tween people who call
themselves Hasidim,
namely, the merciless at-
tacks against other Jews
and shaving off their be-
ards. These are acts which
are reminiscent of the Nazi
era.
We condemn these acts of
hooliganism and appeal for
a stop to these acts of terror.
We ask the guilty to discard
their evil ways.
There are many channels
through which disagree-

ments can be reconciled.
"The ways of Torah are
pleasant and all its paths
lead to peace."
We pray that the Al-
mighty through his infinite
benevolence will bring
peace and love between all
Jews wherever they may
be.

Rabbi Leizer Levin,
Rabbi Chaskel Grubner,

The Council of Orthodox
Rabbis of Greater Detroit

* * *

War Survivors'
Directory Formed

Editor, The Jewish News:
I was one of the over
New Jewish Agenda Criticized
10,000 people who attended
Editor, The Jewish News:
the Washington area of the ingathering for
Holocaust Survivors in
The following is a direct NJA, signed a fund-
Washington, D.C., last Ap-
quote from a letter to the raising appeal for this
ril. One of the most forceful
United Jewish Appeal of fund.
messages that was trans-
New York by Rabbi Michael
Although the fund claims
mitted in both word and
A. Robinson, in the recent to be charitable and
deed is the fact that for
issue of Shalom, published humanitarian, it is used for
many survivors, the night-
by The Jewish Peace Fel- political purposes as ex-
mare of those horrible years
lowship:
posed in Rabbi Robinson's
continues to the present
"... Until there is a clear letter. It is a direct chal-
day.
American Jewish protest lenge to UJA's efforts and
Thousands of survivors
against the war and occupa- commitments and siphons
gathered for one week with
tion in Lebanon and a call much needed funds from it
one primary goal, searching
for a freeze on settlements by misusing the emotion-
on the West Bank, I shall and love-laden name Israel for hints and clues about the
not (contribute to the UJA). in its name, thus mislead- possible survival of loved
ones. It started with the
I do not feel I am contribut- ing generous American
identification labels which
ing to the cause of peace of Jews.
humanity when I contribute
The Washington area of all the participants had
pinned to their coats, and
to the UJA, but helping to the NJA delivered to the
could be seen on the bulletin
perpetuate powers and es- Embassy of Israel (and to
tablishments that do not the PLO) on June 8, 1982 a boards with requests for in-
serve the values I hold dear statement which called for: formation regarding names.
It is because of this
... I have just mailed my
• Israeli withdrawal from
check to the New Israel Lebanon (unilateral ? What human tragedy that the
Chamber of the
Fund ... I cannot support Is- about Syrian forces?);
rael through the UJA ..."
• .Both Israel and the PLO Holocaust in Jerusalem
The writer is a member of to declare their recognition recently established a
the New Jewish Agenda, as of full sovereign rights and computerized directory
is Lee Levin (whom you determination for both of Holocaust survivors,
the first comprehensive
quoted extensively in The peoples; and
Jewish News, and thus of-
• Israel and the Palesti- collection of its kind in
fered a mantle of credibil- nians to begin negotiating a the world. Its purpose is
ity to the New Jewish peace treaty, which may re- to serve as a repository of
Agenda), who, among sult in the creation of a all known survivors, and
others, signed an infamous Palestinian state alongside its success depends on
ad under the imprint of the' Israel (thus equating the our ability to bring its
NJA in the New York Times PLO with the Palestinians, existence to the attention
of June 30, 1982.
suggesting that there is a of as many people as
NJA newsletters (#2, need for validating Israel's possible.
It will help survivors
Winter, 1980 and #3 status
and
self-
track down their missing
April/May, 1980) in- determination, etc., etc.).
formed its readers about
One cannot help but loved ones, and will hope-
the New Israel Fund, and interpret the statements fully reunite families which
Carla Cohen, a leader in and the actions of the NJA have suffered from the curse
as attacks on Israel's sover- of uncertainty.
We are therefore turning
eignty, or their support of
the New Israel Fund as an with a heartfelt plea to all of
alternative to the UJA, at our readers: Rabbis, com-
least as long as Israel does munity and lay leaders,
Farmington High School, not implement NJA politi- organizations and indi-
Jeffery portrayed the role of cal aims, as legitimate and viduals and all those who
"Howie" in the school's reasonable; nor accept their are either survivors them-
production of "Our Town" criticisms as just dissent selves or know survivors,
this past spring, while re- within the Jewish commu- with a request that they
taining his membership in nity couched in terms of contact us in Jerusalem so
the National Honor Society. "love and devotion for the that we can send them the
Jeffery will enter Univer- Jewish people here and in questionnaire form.
Sadly, we no longer have
sity of Michigan in the fall. the state of Israel" (accord-
the luxury of time and pa-
Troop 23 is sponsored ing to Rabbi Robinson).
While they have prob- tience, as the day is soon ap-
by its alumni and meets
in Temple Beth El. lems with the present gov- proaching when the genera-
Nathan Trager has ernment of Israel, their tion of "survivors" will have
served as scoutmaster for statements and activities to passed on entirely. That is
Troop 23 for the past 50 date serve as ammunition to why it is so urgent that all
all detractors of Israel, possible respondents con-
years.
The elder Trager said non-Jewish and Jewish tact us as soon as possible.
David Landau
that the troop is currently enemies, against the state
Executive Director,
conducting a membership and people of Israel.
Chamber of the Holocaust
Louis Panush
drive. For information, call
Mt. Zion P.O. Box 6426
Zionist Organization
him at 553-4896.
Jerusalem 91063, Israel
of America

* * *

Family Marks 3 Generations
of Eagle Scout Honorees

Jeffery Allen Trager .is a
third-generation member of
his family to be awarded the
Eagle Scout Award. Jeffery
is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Gerald Trager and the
grandson of the Scoutmas-
ter of Troop 23, Nathan
Trager.
His community service
project, a requirement for
the Eagle Award, began
with the creation of a pam-
phlet on fire prevention that
was ultimately distributed
to 500 persons. He com-
pleted the project with a
presentation on fire safety,
given at the Farmington
Hills Branch Library.
A graduate of North

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