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March 05, 1965 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-05

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Youth Page

Windsorites Will Host ‘Shabbaton'
of Orthodox Youth in U.S Canda

Three hundred teen-agers from
50 communities will attend the
Central East Regional Shabbaton
(Sabbath conclave) of the National
Conference of Synagogue Youth
this weekend at Cong. Shaar Has-
homayim, Windsor.
The Central East Shabbaton is
the first joint project in this area
under an agreement between the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregation of America and the
youth bureau of Yeshiva Univer-
sity's community service division.
The shab•aton seeks to promote
teen-age synagogue efforts on be-
half of Torah Judaism while pro-
viding for an exchange of cultural
and social experiences.
Teen-agers will be coming
from Michigan, Ohio, Indiana
and West Virginia. About '75
Windsor youth including mem-
bers of the Tefiliin Club and
Girl's Study group will take part
in dinner sessions to be catered
at the Shaar Hashomayim Syna-
gogue. Many additional guests
will be present at the Friday
eve and Sabbath morning religi-
ious services and cultural and
educational sessions Saturday
afternoon in the Kaplan Relig-
ious School Building.
Saturday night the guests will
view a specially arranged profes-
sional talent program at the Jew-
ish Center.
Rabbi Samuel S. Stollman and
President Charles Zalev will wel-
come eight guest rabbis and six
professional youth leaders from
Yeshiva University and other com-
munities, including Oak Park.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, March 5, 1965

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AGES 14 to 17

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The 1 week program features;

• Camping, working with Israeli boys
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• Field trips—hikes throughout Israel
• Classes in conversational Hebrew
• Land & water sports, arts & crafts

• American end Israeli counselors _
• Nutritious & strictly
July-Aug. 1965
kosher cuisine

• 3-Day Mediterranean

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Assisting in the preparation are
the Shaar Hashomayim sisterhood
and men's club members. Mrs.
Dene Tenenbaum is coordinator
and in charge of catering.
She is assisted by Mesdames
Janet Waltman, registration; Sarah
Kirzner, hospitality and accomo-
dations: Ruth Lazarus, transpor-
tation; Debby Stollman, entertain-
ment; and Mrs. Leah Bernstein
and Archie Hemrend.

Teens of 5 States Coming to Central Region USY Parley

Central Region United Syna- rome P. Cavanagh and Gov.
gogue Youth will hold its 12th George Romney proclaimed March
annual convention at the Shera- 5-7 "United Synagogue Youth
ton-Cadillac Hotel this weekend. Weekend" in Detroit and the State
Part of the national Conservative of Michigan.
Five-hundred and fifty teen-
youth movement. the region in-
eludes Michigan, Ohio, Indiana agers will participate in a week-
and parts of Pennsylvania and end of religiously and culturally
stimulating events: - Theme of the
West Virginia.
Prior to the conclave, Mayor Je- ,-convention, "613 and the Modern

Jew — a Rendezvous with Fate,"
will permit delegates to explore
the many aspects of the Jewish

community and dwell in depth on
personal Jewish identification
through mitzvot.

A specially written socio-drama
written by USY members Davin
Wolok and Donald, will be presen-
ted.

The recording of an interview
with Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum,
provost of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, will be pre-
sented to each guest.

Yeshivah Team Out-Points Foes

Chairman Jeffrey Weinstein and
his co-chairman, Susan Blum and
Arthur Lerner, are assisted by a

conventioning steering committee

Beth Abraham
Plans Carnival,
Young Adult Hop

of 50 or more Detroit teenagers.

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The annual Purim carnival of
the Beth Abraham Religious
School will be held 10 a.m. to
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah's team won another victory on the "Quiz
12:30 p.m. March 14 at the syna-
'Em" television program recently with a score of 580 to 340 against
gogue. Booths, refreshments and
Madison High School. In the _past five years, there was only one
hundreds of prizes, including a
occasion when the multiple-winning Yeshivah team did not participate:
By Mrs. Rosen
Custom Made
bicycle donated by Mrs. Hyman
when the taping of the show was on the Sabbath.
Goldstein, will be featured. All
DI 1-1000
18055 James Couzens
children and adults are invited.
Reva Hausman is in charge of Bnai Brith Youth Publish 'A Jewish View of God'
booths. and Mesdames Sabina Sin-
"A Jewish View of God" is the Jewish Concept of Man" by Rabbi
ger, Dottie Smith and Sarah Neu-
man are youth commission volun- title of the eighth writing in the William B. Silverman.
MUSIC BY
teers who are assisting. Co-chair- Bnai Brith Youth Organization
man of the religious school and Judaism Pamphlet Series.
Written by Rabbi Roland B.
youth commission are Philip Ros-
Gittlesohn of Boston, the newest
enzweig and Morris Beider.
* *
pamphlet was published in Feb-
The Beth Abraham Youth ruary and is now on sale by
Group, for persons 18-24, will hold BBYO, 1640 Rhode Island Ave.,
Corsets-Brassieres
His Continental Orchestra
a Purim hop 8 p.m. March 13 N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036.
Expertly Fitted
will
-
Other
writings
in
the
BBYO
in the synagogue. Donations
And Entertainment
be taken at the door. Single per- Judaism Pamphlet Series available
20127
W.
7
MILE
RD.
are "What is a Jew?" by Rabbi
sons and couples invited.
538-5575
* * *
Ira Eisenstein, "Judaism and
Parking in Rear
Beth Abraham tween girls, led Christianity" by Rabbi Samuel
by Chana Pr•ero, will meet for an Sandmel, "Ritual in Jewish Life"
afternoon with Rabbi Israel Hal- by Rabbis Robert Gordis a n d
when you core enough to remember .
pern 2 p.m. March 21 at the home David M. Feldman, "Judaism and
of Mrs. Sarah Neuman, 19721 Ethics" by Rabbi Norman E. Fri-
Cheyenne. Program plans will be mer, "The Sabbath" by Rabbi Ira
Eisenstein, "A Jewish View of
discussed.

PLASTIC
COVERS

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goundations
Ay %all

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Civil Air Patrol to Send
Flint Cadet Sergeant,
Jack Adler, Abroad

photography of distinction

Love and Marriage" by Rabbi
Stanley Rabinowitz, and "T h e

by HERMAN JAFFEE

Center Extends
Tween Deadline

Seventeen-year-old Jack I. Ad-
ler. a Civil Air Patrol cadet se•-
Jewish Center Youth Director
geant in Flint, has been named to
go abroad this summer in a CAP Allan Gelfond, announces an ex-
tra day of registration has been
exchange program.
One of three Michigan youths added to the new tween program
so honored, Sgt. Adler is cadet due to begin Wednesay at the Ten
commander of Squadron 631-1, the Mile branch.
The snow slowed registration
boys' unit of Foint Group 631,
CAP. A senior at Northern High Feb. 24, so registration has been
School, he is the son of Mr. and extended.
The 10-week Wednesday evening
Mrs. Joe Adler, 1703 Detroit.
At a meeting of all group squad- program includes a series of class-
rons recently, Sgt. Adler was es and interest groups for tween
awarded a certificate of proficien- Center members. Courses in danc-
cy, signifying he has completed ing, guitar, bridge and painting
three of four phases in the Civil are among the classes offered, as
are groups interested in scientific
Air Patrol training program.
exploration, chess, sports and folk
Better be met by a bear robbed music.
For information, call the Youth
of her cubs than by a fool in his
folly. —Proverbs Division, DI 1-4200.

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