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April 09, 1965 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-09

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Hebrew High School Students Adopt
8250 Goal for AlliedJewish Campaign

The student body of the United

IIIUMFORD

Harris; Daled II, Gloria Klein and

Students of the United Hebrew
Schools practice Zedakah (charity)
through their Keren Ami project.
Keren Ami (My People's Fun) is
modeled after the Jewish Welfare
Federation and through its organ-
ization, the students learn to
assume responsibility and with the
Jewish community in Detroit, as
well as Jews all over the world.
BY LARRY DEITCH
Approximately 80 per cent of the
children's contributions are to the
Nine Mumford students were
Allied Jewish Campaign; the re- among those selected as National
mainder to causes of the students' Merit Scholarship finalists for
1965. They include Neal Bruss,
Efrem Goldberg, Ellen Gross, Joel
More Youth News, Pages 35, 36 Hencken, Roy Jacobstein, Gary
Krieger, Babette Krolik, Terry
Lewis and Steve Wildstrom.
own choosing, such as educational
Finalists are chosen on the basis
and youth institutions and United
of their National Merit test
Foundation. Under the auspices of
scores, college boards and vari-
Keren Ami, the children also plant ous character attributes. Four-
trees in Israel on Tu b'Shevat.
year college scholarships will be
The annual inter-school Keren awarded to the most capable stu-
Ami Officers' Conference will be dents. The National Merit Scholar-
held 9:45 a.m. May 2 at Adas ship Corp. also donates a grant to
Shalom Synagogue Social hall.
the colleges the winners attend.
Three hundred student - dele- The amount of the scholarships
gates and alternates will discuss will be determined later on the
their allocations to the Allied basis of the recipient's financial

Harold Friedman; and LTTI, Mary
Hartman and Janet Agranoff.

Jewish Campaign, and to various
other Institutions.

Hebrew High School will aim at a

goal of $250 for the 1965 Allied

Jewish Campaign.
General chairman of the cam-
paign is Renee Siegan. Class chair-
men are: Aleph, Louise Goldstein;

Bet, Ilene Grossman; Gimel, Ken

Kornheiser; Daled, Paula Gantz;
and LTTI, Rhetta Pollock.
Two representatives from each
of the five class units were elected

by their classmates and will assist
the executive committee in ac-
quainting the student body with
pm-poses of the campaign and rais-

ing the quota set for this year.
The class representatives are
Aleph 1, Elaine Zaks and Doris
Seligson; Aleph II, Wendy Richie
and Barbara Hornug; Aleph III,
Neil Chapin and Shelley Shackett;
Bet I, Susan Newman and Leila
Gantz; Bet II, Laurie Farber and
Robert Roth; Bet III, Lisa Morri-
son and Sharon Milinsky; Gimel I,
Michele Sinkoff and Gaye Aver-
buch; Gimel II, Sara Lee Landy
and Howard Terebelo; Gimel III,
Jeffrey Zaks and Daniel Panush;
Daled I, Paula Gantz and Barbara

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hi Youth Page

Council Theme: Jewish Brotherhood

"Unity Through Diversity —
Brotherhood Between Jews” is the
theme of this year's Detroit Jew-
ish Youth Council (DJYC) Confer-
ence to be held at the Jewish Cen-
ter Saturday and Sunday.
DJYC, co-sponsored by the Cen-
ter and the Jewish National Fund,
is an organization comprised of all
the Jewish teen groups in the com-

His before-lunch talk will concern
youthful indifference toward rele-
vant aspects of Jewish life.
A socio-drama, a motion picture
and discussions on such topics as
Jewish assimilation, Jewishness in
the home and the community and
getting along with other Jews, will
also be featured on the two-day
conference agenda.
munity.
Registration for the conference
Irwin Shaw, executive director will be at the Center today. For in-
of the Center, will be conference formation, call Laurie Stein, LI
keynote speaker 1 p.m. Saturday. 7 - 5272, or Richard Becker UN
2-0631, conference chairmen.

ZOA

14: 1

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CAMP
IN ISRAEL

at

Kfar Silver, Agricultural Training
School

JULY 1st

-

AUGUST 19th, 1965

Non-Profit Educational Project

Activities include Conversational He-
brew, Seminars, Israeli Songs and
Dances, Sightseeing throughout Israel,
land and water sports, etc.

Total Cost

$975.00

Charges cover all educational and rec-

reational activities, field trips, lodging,
food, (dietary laws observed) medical
care, and transportation from New
York City to Israel and return.

need.
Senior-class activities are now
moving along in full swing. Plans
are now being made for the an-
nual senior trip to Washington
D. C. sponsored by the Mumford
Parents Club May 21-24. Another
of the coming activities will be

the basketball game between the
seniors and the faculty. Admission
receipts from the game will go
towards the banquet to honor
Mumford athletes.

Twenty Mumford students will
take part in the annual model
UN General Assembly to be
held the weekend of April 23
at the University of Detroit
Memorial Building.

Each of the 112 countries in
the UN will be represented by five
student delegates. The Mumford
delegates will represent Malawi,
Malta, the Ukraine, and the Su-
dan. As they debate and discuss
the major problems facing the UN
today the students will be gaining
a better understanding of the role
* * *
the UN plays in world affairs.
Singer, English instructor Jona-
than Swift will forsake his peda-
The–Jewish Center's Youth Di- gogic position on the Mumford
vision will sponsor a Passover faculty to begin a performing
bake contest for teens and tweens tour of England and Scotland. Mr.
at the Center 4 p.m., April 21. Fol- Swift, who has starred with the
lowing the contest, all entries will Detroit Grand Opera Company
be auctioned off, and proceeds will and done much recording work,
be donated to the Mo'os Hitim or- will appear on the BBC, in night-
clubs and at the Gaiety Theater
ganization, a group that this year in
Ayr, Scotland.
will provide over 700 needy Detroit
Jewish families with money for
Passover matzo and other kosher
foods.
Entry blanks—for both the boys
and girls divisions—are available
to members at the Center's youth
department. All food items enter-

Matzo Bake-Off

T een Pianists Close
ConcertSeason

ed in the contest must be kosher
for Passover.

For Information write or call

ZOA

Youth Dept., 145 East 32nd St.
New York City, N.Y. 10016
MU 3-9200

or
Zionist Organization of Detroit

25219 Southfield Road
Southfield, Mich.
Phone 353-3636

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Dalia Junior Hadassah will hold
its "Blossoms for Spring" annual
fashion show 1:30 p.m. April 20

at the Southfield Civic Center
Auditorium. Proceeds will go to-
ward support of Meier Shfayah,
children's youth village in Israel.

For tickets and information, call
Carol Lesson, EL 7-0480, or Enid
Bienstock, 356-7973.

To Rehearse for Show

A talent show rehearsal will be
held by the Freshman USY Chap-
ter 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the
synagogue.



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The Hillel Day School Choir,
directed by Mrs. Herbert Eskin,
was cited by judges as among the
finest of any school presentations
made this year at the Internation-
al Language Festival of the Inter-
national Institute.

'Dallas' Will Present
`Sprinc, Blossom' Show

Cynthia

Ruth

Pianists Cynthia Raim, 13, and
Ruth Sandweiss, 14, appeared with
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
for the final Young People's Con-
cert of the season, performing solo
parts in Saint-Saens' "Carnival of
the Animals."
Both girls are students of Mis-
cha Kottler.
Ruth is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sheldon Sandweiss, 6110 W.
Outer Dr., and Cynthia's parents
are the Jack Raims of 20176 Hart-
well.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34—Friday, April 9, 1965

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